Admission Procedures for TETN and On-Campus Master's Programs
Students must have completed a bachelor's degree in Communication Sciences or a bachelor's in another field plus 21 hours of prerequisite courses prior to beginning the graduate program.
Completion of prerequisite coursework does NOT insure admission to the graduate program. Admission to the graduate program is competitive.
COMS Policy for Non Degree Seeking Students:
The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders does not accept Non Degree Seeking Students in the graduate on-campus or TETN distance venues of the Speech Language Pathology program.
Students must be enrolled in the graduate program to take graduate SLP courses.
COMS Policy on Graduate Students Who Want to Re-Enter the SLP Program After Being Suspended:
- Students who receive 2 Cs or lower in the graduate on-campus and TETN venues of the Speech Language Pathology program are suspended.
- Students are no longer eligible to take classes or clinical practicum.
- Students are not eligible to return to the program for 6 years.
- At that time, the student must re-apply for entry into the program.
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