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Be sure to review the admissions information for both the university (step 1) and for your program (step 2). Most programs build upon the core requirements established by the university.

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Returning Applicants

Completed application due:
January 15, 2018

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Part 1: Apply to Graduate School

The Graduate School handles admission for all graduate programs at the University of Georgia, including those in the College of Education. The Graduate School website contains important details about the application process, orientation, and many other useful links to guide you through the process of attending UGA at the graduate level.

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Most programs have additional requirements* beyond the Grad School application. Review Part 2: Apply to Program for admissions information specific to the MA in Communication Sciences and Disorders.

*For example, you may need to schedule an interview and/or submit additional documents such as writing samples, a CV or resume, or a statement of purpose. Some programs require an official transcript, not just the unofficial transcript as required by the University.

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Part 2: Apply to Program

For the MA in Communication Sciences and Disorders

For qualified students, we will begin accepting applications through CSDCAS ("Program Application" link below) on October 1st. The deadline for applications is January 15, 2018.

The Designated Institution Code for UGA CSDCAS is 2434.

In your CSDCAS application, students must complete all sections in Personal Information, Academic History, Supporting Information, and Program Materials.

Eligible applicants must fit one of the following three categories:

  1. You must have completed a bachelor's degree in communication sciences and disorders, speech and hearing sciences, speech-language pathology, or equivalent by the end of the current academic year;
  2. If you have completed a bachelor's degree in another area, you MUST have also completed post-baccalaureate pre requisite coursework (judged by the program faculty to be adequate to provide knowledge and skills equivalent to those typically gained in a bachelor's degree program) by the end of the current academic year; or
  3. Students who can provide reasonable evidence at the time of application that they will meet one of the previous two requirements prior to enrollment in graduate courses.
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