•ACAE Accreditation





•How to Apply


•Academic Programs




About ACAE Accreditation 
ACAE Accreditation Manual for Au.D. Academic Programs (PDF)

ACAE Standards (PDF)

ACAE CAP/Application Link

ACAE Accreditation Decisions 2010

Thoughts on Accreditation
Eligibility for ACAE Accreditation 
For a doctoral program to be eligible for accreditation by the ACAE, 
a department, school or college of Audiology must: 
•  Demonstrate the feasibility of an Au.D. degree program    
    in terms of demographics, public need, student interest,         
    and availability of an appropriate patient base;                
•  Be a nonprofit institution or part of a nonprofit institution          
    that is regionally accredited and devoted primarily to education.                
•  Be legally authorized to confer the Au.D. degree upon its graduates          
    in recognition of their successful completion of study in Audiology;                
•  Have appointed a Program Director responsible for the administration
    of the Au.D. degree program. 
How to Apply 

For an overview of the application process and fee structure, please select one 
of the following program descriptions:    

Initial Programs for Au.D. Programs:

   Overview of Application Process & Fee Structure for Initial Programs (PDF)
Ongoing Au.D. Programs: Overview of Application Process & Fee Structure for On-going Programs (PDF)
Inquiries should be directed to:                
Executive Director         
Accreditation Commission for Audiology Education (ACAE)
1718 M Street, NW  #297         
Washington, DC  20036-4504              

T • 202.986.9500       F • 202.986.9550        E •

acae  Telephone • 202.986.9500  or 202.544.9339   Email •