The two-year Graduate Program, housed in the Graduate Studies Program and in the College of Arts and Sciences, admitted its first students in August 1996. The program was accredited by The Council on Academic Accreditation of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association on May 1, 2000. Upon completion of all academic and clinical Program requirements, graduate students receive a Master of Science Degree in Speech-Language Pathology.
All admission materials are to be received by the institution by January 15th of each year for consideration for Fall admission. For spring admission (January start) materials must be received by September 15th. Admission consideration will not be considered until the institution has received all required admission materials. It is the responsibility of the prospective student to ensure that his/her file is complete by the deadline.
When evaluating applicants, we take into consideration the following - GRE Scores, Reference Ratings Scores, GPA (Overall gpa, last 60 hours gpa, and CSDO major gpa), and repeated courses (deductions will be made for courses repeated 2 or more times).
Candidates for the Fall Graduate Program will be notified of their admission status by April 15, or as soon after that date as is possible. Candidates for the Spring graduate Program will be notified of their admission status by November 1, or as soon as possible after that date.
CSDO Main Office
If you have any questions about our undergraduate or graduate programs, please feel free to contact our main office.
Mollie Haskell, Office Manager
This page was last updated on: October 24, 2012