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Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology

Program Requirements Graduate School Application Deadline  Program Application Deadline Additional Program Application Required?
Minimum combined score of 800 (converted) on the GRE* 

Minimum undergraduate GPA of 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale) 

Minimum formula score of 1875 (GPA x GRE)

30 undergraduate credit hours in speech-language pathology

For Fall 2016, apply by February 25, 2016

For Spring 2017, apply by September 25, 2016

For Fall 2016, apply by February 25, 2016

For Spring 2017, apply by September 25, 2016
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 *GRE test scores may not be more than two years old.


Frequently Asked Questions

How many students are admitted?
Typically we admit approximately 20 students for the fall semester and 5 students for spring semester.

Do you offer an accelerated program?
Students who have an undergraduate degree in a field other than speech-language pathology may be eligible for the accelerated program. Upon completion of the accelerated program, students are awarded the M.S. degree in Speech-Language Pathology and are eligible for ASHA certification and state licensure. Applications for the accelerated program are only accepted for the fall semester.

Are there graduate assistantships available?
A limited number of graduate assistantships are available. Contact us if you are interested in applying! 

When will decisions be made regarding program admission?
Applicants will be notified of admissions decisions by November 15 for the spring semester and April 15 for the fall semester.

Next steps...

Ready to apply?
We recommend that you submit your application, transcripts, and test scores well in advance of published deadlines. For more information about the Graduate School admission process, as well as the online application, click here.

Graduate Catalog
The catalog outlines university policies, tuition and fees, extensive program and degree information. Click on the link below for catalog information specific to the program.

Speech-Language Pathology, M.S.


Still have questions? 

Contact our program coordinator for more information:

Dr. David Irwin
Interim Program Director, Speech-Language Pathology
College of Health and Pharmaceutical Sciences 
Sugar Hall 155

318-342-1392
irwin@ulm.edu

Dr. Patti Calk
Graduate Coordinator, School of Health Professions
College of Health and Pharmaceutical Sciences
Caldwell Hall 111

318-342-1610
calk@ulm.edu


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