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Professional Regulation

Audiology



 

General Information

When you have passed the national examination and received your certification from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), you may apply for an Audiology license based on your ASHA certification.

 

Requirements for All Applicants

  • Enclose the non-refundable processing fee by check or money order made payable to “State of Delaware.”
  • If you have ever held a license in another jurisdiction, arrange for the Board office to receive verification of licensure from each jurisdiction where you have held a license, sent directly from the jurisdiction to the Board office.
  • Arrange for the Board office to receive an official transcript from an accredited college or university, sent directly from the school to the Board office.
    • The transcript must show that that you earned a doctorate degree in audiology unless you were licensed before July 10, 2009.
    • If the final transcript showing your degree is not yet available, arrange for the Board office to receive a letter from a school official attesting to the degree that you will receive. Although the Board will review your application with only this letter, the Board office will not issue your license until it receives the final transcript.
  • Complete the Criminal History Record Check Authorization form to request State of Delaware and Federal Bureau of Investigation criminal background checks. Follow the instructions on the form to arrange to be fingerprinted.
  • Arrange for the Board office to receive an official score report showing that you passed the Praxis™ Audiology national examination, sent directly from the testing service to the Board office. If you did not order a score report for Delaware when you took the exam, see Praxis: For Test Takers: Scores to order an additional score report.

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