Applicants must have an undergraduate degree in communication science and disorders
or have successfully completed the prerequisite courses in the field.
Individuals with a bachelor's degree in a different discipline are not eligible for
admission into the graduate program until completion of the undergraduate prerequisite
courses. They may be eligible for admission into the communication sciences and disorders
Students must meet clinical practicum eligibility requirements for participation in
the required clinical practicum.
You’ll need the following items to apply:
|Application form and fee
|GRE – General scores
|Three letters of recommendation
|Professional goal statement
|Video response to two interview questions
Requirements for International Students
Assistantship Application Deadline
Students who want to be considered for an assistantship must submit their application
by Feb. 1.
The department admissions committee will begin the review of the applications after
the Feb. 1 deadline. Each application and supporting materials are comprehensively
reviewed for admission consideration.
Students who are offered admission to the program will receive an assistantship application
at the time of their acceptance notification.
The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders adheres to the national deadline
of April 15 to extend offers of admission to applicants as set forth by American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Council of Academic Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders and the Council of Graduate Schools.