Communication Sciences and Disorders

Graduate Program

Apply to the Master's Program

The Fall Application Deadline has been extended indefinitely, until the cohort is full.


We are excited that you are interested in the speech-language pathology program at Texas A&M University! The following is information about our program and the steps you will take to apply.

  • The Texas A&M University-Kingsville Communication Sciences and Disorders program invites you to apply to be a part of our community. We are located deep in the heart of South Texas and surrounded by rich history, culture, and natural beauty.
  • Our mission is to prepare knowledgeable professionals that can meet the needs of persons with varied communication disorders. 
  • Our program is a full-time five semester program. Coursework and on-campus clinic placement (with the opportunity to participate in outreach programs with local community centers and healthcare facilities) constitute the first three semesters. The final two semesters consist of completing a full-time externship and a thesis or faculty-mentored research project. More details may be found on our homepage


  • Application, payments, and transcripts must be  received by 11:59 PM ET on April 15 for full consideration. To ensure items arrive on time, try to send all documents several weeks before the deadline.
  • We will continue to review late applications until all positions are filled.

To apply applicants will complete the following steps:

  1. CSDCAS application
  2. Apply Texas Application.
  3. Official transcript and records: both CSDCAS and TAMUK will require separate transcript submissions. Please follow CSDCAS instructions for submissions to that portal and the following for submissions to TAMUK.
    1. You are required to submit official transcripts from each post-secondary university or college you attended. An official statement of the award of the degree or diploma is required for each degree completed. College work from one institution posted on the transcript of another institution will not be accepted.
    2. Degrees must be earned from schools that are accredited by one of the seven regional accrediting bodies recognized by the United States Secretary of Education or the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.
    3. Many universities in the United States use the electronic official transcript format. Texas A&M-Kingsville will accept transcripts sent electronically through SPEEDE, eSCRIP-SAFE, Parchment, or National Clearing House.
    4. You do not need to submit a transcript from Texas A&M-Kingsville if you are currently attending the university or have previously graduated from Texas A&M-Kingsville. 

The following are links that provide additional admission information and the transcript submission process to the university:

TAMUK Domestic Graduate Admissions
International Graduate Admissions