- Is the speech-language pathology program accredited?
- What are the entry requirements for a career in speech-language pathology?
- Is an undergraduate degree in speech-language pathology or communication disorders required?
- What GRE score is required for admission?
- Will it help my application if I retake the GRE?
- How can I prepare for the GRE?
- How many students are accepted into the program?
- What prerequisite courses and experiences are required?
- What other undergraduate courses help to prepare applicants for the program?
- Do you accept out-of-state students?
- Is it possible to enroll in the program on a part-time basis?
- Is it possible to work while enrolled in the master’s program?
- Are faculty members active in research?
- Does the program specialize in a particular area of speech-language pathology?
- How can I learn more about the profession of speech-language pathology?
- Are graduates able to find jobs in the profession?
- What is the program’s passing rate on the PRAXIS exam in speech-language pathology?
- What should I do if I have additional questions?
The Speech-Language Pathology program assures equal opportunity for all applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, marital status, or veteran's status.