- School of Allied Health and Communicative Disorders
- Admission Information
Au.D. Admission Information
The Doctor of Audiology degree program is a full-time course of study that begins in the fall semester. The application deadline is January 15; you can expect to start hearing from the admissions committee in the beginning of March.
An applicant for admission is generally expected to meet or exceed the following requirements:
- Bachelor’s degree
- Graduate School application
- Official transcripts
- Minimum 3.4 GPA
- GRE general test scores
- Verbal minimum: 150
- Quantitative minimum: 142
- Writing minimum: 4
- Three letters of recommendation
- Statement of purpose
If you received your B.S. degree in a field other than communicative disorders, you may find it helpful to take some of those course requirements before applying. The courses aren’t required, but they can help you build the foundation of knowledge needed to begin the doctoral program.
Assistantships are a great way to help fund your education while gaining workplace experience in your department. As a graduate assistant you’ll receive a tuition waiver and a monthly stipend. Submit your application directly to the School of Allied Health and Communicative Disorders.
If you are applying as international student, visit the Graduate School for possible additional requirements
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