The North Dakota Board of Examiners on Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology examines and licenses qualified audiologists and speech pathologists. The Board regulates the profession, and adopts and enforces standards of ethical practice.
The Governor appoints the members: two audiologists, three speech-language pathologists, one otolaryngologist, and one consumer. Members must be a resident in North Dakota for one year. Members must be providing public service, teaching, or research in the field of audiology or speech pathology at least three years prior to appointment. No person may serve more than two successive terms.
To learn more about licensing, please select one of the links to the right. If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact us.