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Communication Sciences and DisordersProfessional practice in Communication Sciences and Disorders involves working with people who have impairments and disabilities of speech, language and hearing.
310 N. Riverpoint Blvd, Box B
Spokane, WA 99202
Graduate Admission Process
Master of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders
(Graduate Programs in Speech-Language Pathology)
Students who would like to be considered for admission into the Communication Sciences and Disorders Graduate Program must meet the admissions requirements of both the EWU Office of Graduate Studies and the Communication Sciences and Disorders Graduate Program.
The application process is a two-part process. You need to apply to EWU Graduate Programs and you need to apply for the Master of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders through Communication Sciences and Disorders Centralized Application Service (CSDCAS).
The application deadline for fall 2017 is January 15, 2017. The CSDCAS application process will be available beginning September 15, 2016.
To complete your application:
- Apply online to EWU Graduate Programs at: http://www.ewu.edu/grad/application-procedures
- Apply online for the Master of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders at: http://www.capcsd.org/csdcas/
- GRE scores are sent to CSDCAS only. The GRE code for EWU is 1788
- Official transcripts are sent to CSDCAS only at:
CSDCAS Verification Department
P.O. Box 9113
Watertown MA 02471
- Three Letters of Reference that support the applicant's suitability for a career in speech, language and hearing. At least two of the letters must be from a university instructor or academic advisor. These letters will be sent to CSDCAS only.
- Typed 1½ page essay addressing why you want to pursue a graduate degree in Speech-Language Pathology. The essay will be sent to CSDCAS only.
Requirements to be Accepted into the Program:
- A baccalaureate degree or post-baccalaureate program in Communication Sciences and Disorders or Speech-Language Pathology from an appropriately-accredited college or university with a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 3.00 in the last 90 quarter-hour or 60 semester-hour credits.
- Participate in an interview. Applicants selected for an interview will be notified after the admissions committee has reviewed all applications.
- Although Graduate Programs does not specify a cut-off score for the GRE, the Communication Sciences and Disorders Graduate Program strongly recommends that the student earn a combined score of approximately 300 points. In addition, the student should earn a score of 4 or higher on the Analytical Writing section of the GRE.
Prospective applicants: For academic year 2016/17 we received 174 applications to our graduate program. Forty-five were offered admission and 25 enrolled in classes for Fall Semester 2016. The average GPA for these acceptances was 3.71. The average analytical writing score for the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) was 4.0; the average quantitative was 150 and verbal 152.
CSDCAS Customer Service information is available Monday thru Friday from 9:00am to 5:00pm (Eastern Standard Time) at 617.612.2030 or email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information regarding admission to the Communication Sciences and Disorders Graduate Program, prospective applicants are encouraged to contact the Graduate Program Director, Ms. Robbie Jackson by email at: email@example.com