Cohort Learning Groups
Candidates enter as a cohort, enabling control of class sizes and providing opportunities for participants to build relationships with other professionals.
Teacher Friendly Structure
The courses are offered in the evenings and during the summer, allowing candidates to continue their professional assignments while completing the program.
The Virtual Tympanometer is a product which will allow students to work with different tympanometric functions without having to actually having the instruments or patients to work with.
Product Coordinator: Lisa Kosanovich
Team: Professors David McPherson and Richard Harris
Rob Allen: Senior Production Designer
Greg Bodily: Senior Programming Developer
Contact: Lisa Kosanovich: Lisa_Kosanovich@byu.edu (801) 422-7686
The Virtual Audiometer was developed by the Department of Communication Disorders in conjunction with the Center for Instructional Design at Brigham Young University for the purpose of helping professors teach audiometric testing faster and more efficiently.
How many years of teaching experience do I need to apply to the School Leadership Program?
You need to have three years of teaching experience with a current level 2 license in Utah (or its equivalent).
How long are my GRE, MAT, LSAT, or GMAT scores valid?
Your test scores are valid for five years. If you need additional copies of them, contact the test provider or ETS.
Do I need to take all four tests?
No, only one is required.
Pure Tone Air Conduction
Speech Reception Threshold
*Program coursework is subject to change. Further information will be available pending university approval.
The aims of a BYU education are that it should be:
- Spiritually Strengthening
Leading to Lifelong Learning and Service