Response to Hochberg Given the necessity of a prompt response to Dr. Hochberg’s letter and the focus of his criticism being placed on the restrictive or narrow nature of the proposed undergraduate curriculum in Audiology and Hearing Science at Indiana University, I have elected to respond individually to his letter, rather than attempt ... Letter to the Editor
Letter to the Editor  |   July 01, 1993
Response to Hochberg
 
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  • Larry Humes
    Bloomington, IN
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Letter to the Editor   |   July 01, 1993
Response to Hochberg
American Journal of Audiology, July 1993, Vol. 2, 77. doi:10.1044/1059-0889.0202.77
 
American Journal of Audiology, July 1993, Vol. 2, 77. doi:10.1044/1059-0889.0202.77
Given the necessity of a prompt response to Dr. Hochberg’s letter and the focus of his criticism being placed on the restrictive or narrow nature of the proposed undergraduate curriculum in Audiology and Hearing Science at Indiana University, I have elected to respond individually to his letter, rather than attempt a collective response from all of the authors of our article. I believe that Dr. Hochberg’s letter is based on a misconception regarding the contents of Table 1 of our brief article in which a “model” bachelor’s/master’s curriculum in audiology is described in detail. “Model” is used in that article as an illustration of one specific example of the curriculum. It is not, however, the only way in which the degree requirements for a BS in Audiology and Hearing Science can be met. Table 1 of our article represents just one of literally hundreds of ways in which the requirements for the BS degree could be met.
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