Admission to regular status in the Master of Arts program is contingent upon a bachelor's degree from an approved college or university, an academic grade-point average of 3.0 or better in the last two years of undergraduate study, and approval by the department. Three letters of reference (submitted on forms supplied by the department) attesting to the student's potential for graduate study are required. As part of the admission process, students must also submit a statement of purpose clearly specifying why they wish to earn a master's degree.
Students who hold undergraduate degrees in fields other than communicative sciences and disorders may be accepted in the program and may be required to complete course work in communicative sciences and disorders or other areas to meet American Speech-Language Hearing Association standards required for certification. This may require additional one or two semesters of course work.
The deadline for the receipt of all application material is Jan. 15. Students are admitted only in fall semester.Share via these networks: