Speech-Language Pathology Graduate Program Application
- Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology
- B.A. Pre-Professional Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology
- M.A. Speech-Language Pathology
- Doctor of Audiology
It is recommended that you begin your application process for the Louisiana Tech University graduate program in the fall quarter prior to the graduation from your undergraduate program. The completed application and all admission credentials (e.g., letters of recommendation, GRE scores, letter of intent, transcript) are due January 15th in the year that you plan to begin graduate school. Applications will not be considered for admission until all required documentation has been submitted.
Only those students who can demonstrate strong potential for completing all degree requirements will be recommended for admission into the program. Successful applicants typically have:
- a bachelor's degree in communicative disorders,
- a minimum GPA of 3.2 in communicative disorders courses (or in the last 30 semester hours of course work if the bachelor's degree is not in communicative disorders),
- a minimum GPA of 3.0 in all course work pursued at the bachelor's degree level,
- a Letter of Intent that is strong in content and demonstrates good written mechanics and organization and communication skills that are characterized by organization and clarity; and
- 3 letters of recommendation that provide strong support for the applicant's potential for success as a graduate student.
Graduate School Applications, Letters of Recommendation, and Letters of Intent are now completed on-line. You will need to submit contact information, an official transcript, and the registration number and date of the most recent or highest GRE test. These instructions are within the application. Visit http://www.latech.edu/graduate_school/ and click on Apply Now to begin the process.
If you have questions concerning the application process, please contact:
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