Program in Communication Disorders
The application for admission to the M.S. program in Communication Disorders is a two-step process.
- By March 1, complete an application to the Graduate School at the University of Arkansas-Fayetteville.
Instructions for this application can be found on the Graduate School Web site at
- Please note your GRE score must be sent to the Graduate School using code: 6866
- By March 1, complete a centralized application that goes directly to the Program in Communication Disorders. Instructions for this application are outlined below.
Centralized Application to the Graduate Program in Communication Disorders
Applications to the M.S. in Communication Disorders will be administered through the Council of Academic Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders Centralized Application Service for Clinical Education in Audiology and Speech Language Pathology (CSDCAS). This web-based service for students has been created so prospective applicants may apply to multiple schools from one centralized program.
In order to apply for the master's degree program in Communication Disorders, prospective applicants should go to http://portal.csdcas.org. This link will allow you to make an application for the program and monitor your application's status. As part of this process you will need to supply the following:
- Official transcript(s) from each college from which you received course credit even if past course work appears on a later transcript. Please see instructions in CSDCAS for how to request transcripts and where to have them sent.
- Letters of recommendation - minimum of three. At least two of three recommendations should be from academic faculty members who know your work (see CSDCAS instructions).
- GRE scores are required for all applicants. The GRE CSDCAS code is 7579.
The Graduate School and Centralized Program Application must be completed by March 1. Incomplete applications will not be considered in the admissions process.
Questions and additional information: 479-575-4893