Speech Language Pathology
Applicants are accepted for the fall term only.
For admission to the graduate program in speech-language pathology, the applicant must have:
- Undergraduate GPA of 3.0
- Combined GRE scores of 1000 preferred with minimum scores of 500 on the verbal section and 500 on the quantitative section and a GRE analytical writing score of 4.0
- Three strong letters of recommendation
- Interview with speech-language pathology faculty by invitation only
- On-site writing sample
Students with undergraduate majors other than speech-language pathology must complete the undergraduate prerequisite course sequence before taking graduate level courses in speech-language pathology. Students planning to work in the P-12 setting must take 12 credit hours in addition to SLPA courses in order to obtain certification. Additional requirements may be incurred as the program of study is planned.