When applying to the Communication Sciences and Disorders, M.S. program, you will need to submit several documents for review.
- Online application
- $50 application fee
- Goals statement (upload with the application) Our program requires a personal goal statement by all applicants. This statement should provide insight into your personal goals and why you are interested in our program as a vehicle to help you meet those goals.
- Resume (upload with the application)
- Three letters of recommendation (identify your recommenders on the application)
- Official transcript(s): minimum 3.0 undergraduate GPA
- Submit official transcripts from all colleges/universities attended either electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org, or by mailing directly to Georgia State University | Office of Graduate Admissions | P.O. Box 4018 Atlanta, GA 30302.
- GRE scores (minimum 50 percentile verbal; verbal/quantitative/analytical required):
- Institution code 5251
- Scores may not be more than five years old at the time of application.
If you do not meet certification requirements in Georgia, you will also need to complete the following prior to program admission:
- GACE Program Admission Assessment
- The program has a two-tiered application process. One application should be submitted in CSDCAS and one GSU Graduate Application with the required materials for the communication sciences and disorders program.
- The GRE is waived for all applicants this year. GRE scores sent to the department will not be reviewed or considered in the admission process in order to provide a level playing field.
- Accordingly, all students who are accepted into the Communication Sciences & Disorders program for Fall 2021 will be conditionally admitted.
- A disposition panel comprised of Communication Sciences & Disorders faculty will be developed to review each students’ progress and decide whether a student should be officially admitted into the program:
The panel will meet in late Fall 2021 semester for students admitted as 2-year students and in late April 2022 for 3-year admits.
- Factors considered by the panel for determining official admission into the program will be posted no later than December 2020.