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CSD Second Year Grad

Fall Semester

I know I speak for all in saying how much we have all learned through our internship experiences. We have gained independence as clinicians through learning how to manage a case load and treating a wide variety of clients with various communication impairments. This has been a very rewarding experience and it has been exciting to actively be a part of the “real world” as a speech-language pathologist!

- Rachel

Tools of the Trade


See-Scape

The See-Scape detects nasal emission of air during speech and gives you an objective assessment of nasal emission immediately. See-scape gives an indication of air flow pressure rather than nasality but in so doing indicates a lack of velopharyngeal competence that is perceived as hypernasality. -Mayer Johnson

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Admission into the B.S. and M.S. Degree Programs

Admission into the 5-year degree track requires:

  • 1050 SAT scores (Verbal and Math combined)
  • 3.25 GPA for transfer students with 12 or more credits

Transition applications from pre-professional to professional phase require:

  • graduate transitional application
  • 3.25 GPA overall and within the major
  • personal essay

 

Admission into the stand-alone 2-year graduate program requires:

  • Bachelors degree
  • Submission of graduate application
  • Submission of GRE scores
  • Letters of recommendation
  • Personal Essay
  • Undergraduate transcripts
  • Completion of 1-year of CSD pre-requisite classes for students with out of field degrees
  • A minimum 3.25 GPA is required to be considered for application review, as seating for the stand-alone two-year graduate program is limited

Futhermore, all entrants must meet the following Eligibility Requirements and pass a Departmental Speech-Language-Hearing Screening.