Applying to Graduate School for Speech-Language Pathology
Rising Seniors in Speech-Language Pathology and/or Communication Sciences and Disorders programs think of one thing during the summer: Where will I apply for Grad School? At least that’s how it was for me. Questions begin forming as the impending nature of applications loom…
How much are application fees? Do they have an out-of-state tuition waiver for Audiology? Is my GRE score high enough? Will my GPA be good enough? How much is tuition? What are the professors like in each program? Is the program more medical or education based? Does the Master’s program require a thesis and/or completion test?
I wanted to share ideas and inspiration for those applying to graduate school and about to start a graduate program.
The presentation, What to Expect When You Are Expecting…To Graduate, covers the following topics:
- The GRE
- Applying to Graduate School – including a chart to keep track of applications to graduate school
- Factors to Consider When choosing SLP/AuD Graduate Schools
- Final Decisions
- Summer after Your Junior Year – What to Do
- Plan B – What if I don’t get in to graduate school?
- New SLP Graduate Students – things to keep in mind
Feel free to download and check-out the links and information. Some links to my school’s site, however many universities have similar information you can find for your own applications.
I had positive feedback from my peers and hope this can help others who happen to have similar questions and concerns.
Successful Strategies for Applying to Graduate School from the University of Wisconsin – Madison
Posted on April 22, 2012, in #slp2b and tagged Audiology, developing opinion, Education, grad school; speech pathology; university of west georgia, graduate school, master's program, Speech-Language Pathology, UWG. Bookmark the permalink. 10 Comments.