During the first year of the program, most classes are held during the day, Monday through Friday. Once a student begins clinical rotations, many classes are in the late afternoon and evening in order to accomodate daytime clinic placements. Laboratory classes occur during the day, Monday through Friday. Some seminar courses, taught by national experts in the field, are taught during the day for several consecutive days. Many of our students are employed (less than 20 hours per week) while in the Au.D. program, but the employment hours have to be flexible to accommodate the class times, clinical assignments, and changes in schedule each semester.