I have a Bachelor's Degree in another field and was wondering if the Master's program requires a degree in Speech-Language Pathology for admission?
We require students who have bachelor's degrees in other fields to first complete a series of leveling, or pre-requisite, courses prior to entering our graduate program. Please see the Admission Standards page of our website. Information on our post-baccalaureate program and the courses we offer here at UA is listed on our website under Post Baccalaureate Requirements. If you have specific questions regarding the post-
I am interested in receiving more detailed information regarding admission requirements and tuition.
How many students do you accept each year? How many have applied this year?
For the past several years, we have had between 250-300 applicants. We are able to admit a maximum of 30 students into our traditional (on-campus) graduate SLP program.
Do you have rolling admission or do you only accept people in the fall?
Our "traditional" on-campus program admits for Fall semester only; we also offer a distance-learning MA program, which admits for Spring semester. See the Collaborative Distance Learning Graduate Program section of our website for additional information about this option. Specific questions can be directed to Dr. Catherine Richards at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What are the requirements in terms of the GPA and GRE to get into the graduate program? On average what GRE scores do you look for?
A minimum GPA of 3.0 is required by our program. Please be aware, however, that admission to our program has been very
|Admitted Fall 2017||Admitted Fall 2018|
|Verbal GRE||50th percentile||47th percentile|
|Quantitative GRE||55th percentile||38th percentile|
If I take the GRE more than once, do you average the scores or take the highest?
We take the highest score in each area.