Fall Admission: February 1 is the recommended date for submission of all application materials for consideration for graduate assistantships
Spring Admission: December 1 is recommended for spring admission.
Early application increases the number of opportunities for financial assistance.
- master’s degree and/or AuD from an accredited college or university; post-baccalaureate applicants are eligible for a combined MS/PhD in Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences.
- evidence of high academic achievement in previous coursework, both undergraduate and graduate
- strong scores on the Graduate Record Examination (institution code 3028)
- at least three letters of reference from individuals familiar with your academic ability
The admissions committee considers each applicant’s experience, professional certification (if applicable), and personal statement of goals in the selection process.
To ensure that you will have a suitable mentor, you are strongly encouraged to meet with a research faculty member about your research interests prior to submitting an application. A personal interview by the doctoral program faculty is usually required.
Note: Students entering post-baccalaureate who are interested in speech-language studies and in obtaining clinical certification are eligible for the combined MS/PhD program in Speech-Language Pathology.