Communication Sciences and Disorders

Graduate Program

Apply to the Master's Program

Fall 2023 application materials

will be accepted beginning in November 2022.

Applications will not be considered until all admission materials are received. It is the responsibility of prospective students to ensure files are completed by the deadline.

When evaluating applicants, we take into consideration the following: GRE Scores (284 minimum combined Verbal & Quantitative), GPA (overall, last 60 hours, and CSDO major GPA), and repeated courses.

References - We do not require recommendation letters.

Candidates will be notified of their admission status by April 15 or shortly thereafter.

To be considered for admission, candidates must complete all of the following:

  1. Apply through the Texas A&M University-Kingsville Graduate College.
    • Admission to the university includes the ApplyTexas application and submission of official transcripts.
    • The ApplyTexas application form is automatically forwarded to Texas A&M-Kingsville when completed.
    • Applications are not considered complete until the application fee is paid. We suggest you contact the Business Office (361-593-2616) to verify payment. [AND]
  2. Submit a request with ETS to forward your GRE scores to Texas A&M-Kingsville (school code: 6822). [AND]
  3. Email a letter of intent to with the subject line, "CSDO grad application 2022."
    • Include reasoning for choosing Texas A&M-Kingsville.
    • Describe any special skills or experiences that will aid you, the applicant, in completing graduate school and eventually obtaining the Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology
  4. For international students only, submit TOEFL or IELTS results to:
Graduate Admissions
700 University Blvd, MSC 128
Kingsville, TX 78363-8202
(361) 593-2548
Questions concerning the ApplyTexas application, admission to the university, and receipt of test scores and transcripts should be directed to Graduate Admissions (see contact info above).
General questions may be directed to the Communication Sciences and Disorders office at (361) 593-3493 or