For the M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology, we utilize the Communication Sciences and Disorders Centralized Application System (CSDCAS) application service. The Fall 2014 Admission Cycle will open in September 2013. The deadline to submit applications is January 15, 2014.
INFORMATION SESSIONS: Information Sessions are held at Truesdail Center in room 114 on the University of Redlands campus. All Information Sessions begin at 5:00 p.m. and are approximately one hour. Upcoming Information Sessions for 2014 are as follows*:
|| May 12
|| September 15
|| September 24
|| October 14
|| October 23
|| November 10
|| November 19
|| December 2
|| December 4
* Dates subject to change.
Please note that these information sessions are for prospective students who have a clear understanding of the speech/language pathology field. If you think you may have an interest in speech/language pathology but have general questions about the field please review the "What is a Speech/Language Pathologist" located on our website.
Map to Truesdail
Requirements & Deadlines
The graduate program in the Department of Communicative Disorders for Speech-Language Pathology offers admission to applicants who appear to have the highest potential for graduate study and who are the most likely to contribute to their academic and professional field through research and/or professional practice.
Applicants must hold a bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited institution or a recognized institution in another country before applying to the program. An undergraduate degree in Communicative Disorders is not required. Qualified students from all backgrounds are encouraged to submit an application.
The length of the program may vary depending on the undergraduate background of the applicant. For instance, if you have a bachelor's degree in another field, it may take more than five semesters for you to complete the program. Students should expect to complete the full-time program within 5-8 semesters, which includes at least one summer term plus two May terms. Time for completion will vary depending on a student's individualized academic plan. Note that we do not offer a part-time or evening program. Most students who have a communication disorders background will complete the program in two years. The following courses, or their content equivalents, are required as part of the graduate program. If you have taken course equivalents that count toward the degree, please be prepared to provide documentation such as syllabi, assignments, etc.
- Speech and Hearing Science
- Introduction to Audiology
- Functional Anatomy & Physiology of Communication
- Early Language Development & Disorders
- Disorders of Articulation and Phonology (includes IPA)
Courses listed above may be taken prior to applying or can be taken concurrently with your graduate coursework if you are admitted. Once admitted, an academic advisor will review your academic records and develop a plan for you.
Current Catalog and Course Descriptions