- Applicants must hold a bachelor’s degree (B.S., B.A.) in communication disorders or
speech-language pathology, or have completed a post baccalaureate program which includes
all lower and upper division requirements for the respective communication disorders
or speech-language pathology undergraduate degree.
- Submit application through CSDCAS
CAPCSD continues to fund a CSDCAS Fee Assistance Program for qualifying students. The Fee Assistance Program waives the CSDCAS fee for the first application submitted. To qualify, students must either be considered Low Income or McNair Scholars
Please be prepared to submit the following with your CSDCAS application:
- Official sealed transcripts from all colleges and universities attended
- Three recommendations: Two academic references from previous professors and one professional reference from a supervisor or other professional
- Resume including any relevant volunteer, field, or work experience.
- A comprehensive essay: minimum 500 words, maximum 1,000 words
- An overall minimum GPA of 3.0, as calculated by CSDCAS, is required
- Official GRE score report from ETS submitted directly to CSDCAS- CBU's GRE CSDCAS
code is 4130.
- Personal Interview—not all candidates are selected for an interview
- Students selected for admission will also be required to also submit the following
before they can begin the program: 1) evidence of a passing score on the Basic Skills
Requirement for the Preliminary Speech-Language Services Credential and, 2) Live Scan
(Certificate of Clearance)
- English Language Proficiency
Please also review this handout describing the eligibility requirements and essential functions for the Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology program.