Originally Posted by rEliseMe
You'll probably be ahead of the curve for biological classes like Anatomy and Physiology of Hearing, but you'll still need the audiology intro class and some serious observation hours.
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Sure! The bio degree is great, and all the science background will make the technical part of audiology easy for you. But, yes, you may still need those other classes for some graduate programs.
But I would not say you need "serious" observation hours -- you can usually get these (it's 25 hours, I think) in your first semester of a grad program without much of a dent in your graduate student patient contact hours, of which you will need something like 1800, probably 1000-1200 of which you earn in the 4th year anyway. People who came into the grad program I am in without observation hours (one person came from a great CSD program but just forgot to record them!!) earned them easily in the first semester. If you want to earn them beforehand, there may be an audiologist near you that would let you observe.