Admission to this program is contingent upon admission to the Graduate School. Applications must be made using the university's online application and the CSDCAS Centralized Application Service. Deadline for receipt of all application materials for fall admission is January 15.
It is essential that prospective graduate students in this area confer with an advisor in the area of Speech-Language Pathology concerning academic, clinical and professional programs to meet certification requirements as set forth by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
The Master of Arts degree is offered by the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders under the following options:
Plan A: 54 - 60 credits, including an eight-credit thesis.
Plan B: 54 - 60 credits, including a three-credit essay.
Plan C: 54 - 60 credits in course work, plus written and/or oral comprehensive examinations in the major (total credits determined by major area of study).