SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) Hi everyone, I'm considering applying to AuD programs for next year. I'm really happy to have found a profession that combines my longstanding interests (neuroscience, language, electronics, sound, healthcare), but here's the problem: my undergrad isn't in communication sciences/disorders--it's in music. (I graduated a few years ago.) I also took a lot of science classes in undergrad (including several neuroscience classes) and did well, but I didn't take, you know, phonetics or A&P of the hearing mechanism or whatnot. I have a great GPA and GRE scores (15xx) and about 100 hours of audiology volunteer time from a couple years ago. But now I have a full-time 9-5 job (so my free time is weekends/evenings, when audiology practices tend to be closed) and also can't afford to take new pre-reqs (I just moved so I'm not going to have in-state tuition anywhere for a year). Is there any way I can strengthen my application, since I can't volunteer or take more classes? Thank you guys!