Master of Science in Audiology (M.Sc. Audiology)

A Master of Science in Audiology (M.Sc. Audiology) prepares individuals for a career in diagnosing, managing, and treating hearing and balance disorders. Professionals with this degree typically work in various settings, including hospitals, clinics, schools, and research institutions.

Audiologists assess and treat individuals with hearing loss or balance disorders, prescribe and fit hearing aids, provide rehabilitation services, and offer counseling and support to patients and their families. They may also conduct research to advance the understanding of hearing and balance disorders and develop new treatment methods.

Overall, a profession in audiology offers the opportunity to make a meaningful impact on people’s lives by helping them overcome hearing and balance challenges and improve their overall quality of life.

  • Duration: 2 years


  • BASLP/BSC (ASLP) or equivalent degree
  • Minimum of 55% marks, for SC. ST 50%
  • Entrance Test by Osmania University.

Career Prospects:

  • Higher-level professional roles such as Professor, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor in Audiology
  • Opportunities in departments of ENT, Neurology, Paediatrics