As of the Fall of 2014, the Program in Speech-Language Pathology utilizes the Communication Sciences and Disorders Centralized Application Service (CSDCAS) in its application process.
- Click the links below to enter the CSDCAS webpages:
- Only completed and verified applications will be considered. Transcripts must be submitted to CSDCAS 8 weeks before the application deadline to allow time for verification. It is the student's responsibility to monitor progress of the application and to make sure that it is completed and verified by the due date.
An interview will be required prior to admission to the Speech-Language Pathology program.
Applicants must have a Bachelors degree in Communication Disorders from an accredited university. Transcripts must show successful completion of courses in psychology or social sciences, natural or physical sciences, biological sciences, and statistics. For specific course content areas please refer to ASHA Certification standards for Speech-Language Pathology by following this link. Those with an undergraduate degree in another field are eligible if they have completed the necessary prerequisite coursework including:
- Clinical Phonetics
- Language Acquisition
- Survey of Communication Disorders
- Speech Science
- Introduction to Audiology
A combined (verbal and quantitative) GRE score of 296, a written/analytical score of no less than 3.0 and GPA of 3.0 are the minimums for consideration in admissions. A combined GRE score of 300 or higher and GPA of 3.5 or above make the application more competitive. All applicants must submit GRE scores and undergraduate transcripts to be considered. The GRE code is 7538.