Graduate Programs


Our programs provide a small faculty-student ratio and academic and clinical opportunities.

Student Outcome Data

The graduate programs in audiology and speech-language pathology provide broad-based academic, clinical and research preparation to prepare professionals in the two disciplines.


Master of Arts (M.A.) in Speech-Language Pathology

A two-year, post baccalaureate program consisting of coursework and on-site clinical practica, followed by two semesters of full-time, external internship placements.

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Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.)

Provides students with the scientific and clinical knowledge and skills needed for the practice of audiology in an environment that values teaching and clinical excellence and mentorship.

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Admission Requirements

Application requirements can be found at Graduate School Admission Requirements and include:

  1. Completed Graduate Application
  2. $35 application fee
  3. One official transcript verifying receipt of an undergraduate degree in communication sciences and disorders (or completion of core prerequisites) and previous graduate credit earned
  4. Three letters of recommendation
  5. Statement of Purpose
  6. Official copy of GRE scores
  7. Applicants must successfully complete a criminal background check upon acceptance
  8. Additional requirements exist for international applicants.  For more information, visit International Admission Requirements

For more detailed admission requirements, please refer to Communication Sciences and Disorders in the current graduate catalog.

Application Deadline

  • Fall: January 15
  • Spring: September 15 (SLP program only)

Additional Requirements

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