Master of Science
The Master of Science in Speech Language Pathology is designed to prepare individuals to work in clinical, educational, or medical settings. Our campus based students begin clinical practicum in their first semester of graduate education along with didactic courses. Each student is able to pursue a wide range of clinical assignments, with community practica in the summer and second year of study, culminating in an 8 week full time externship in the final summer semester. Students work with clients across the lifespan, as well as across multiple disorder areas. Our Online program is a part time three year program. Learn more about the online program
*Within the CSDCAS application, applicants will select a first and second program choice. The options are the Pocatello campus, the Meridian campus, and the Online Program. We currently accept 18 students for each program, for a total of 54 students.
Applying to the Graduate Program in Speech Language Pathology:
- Download and print the Speech-Language Pathology Application Instructions. This download includes complete instructions for applying to our Master's of Speech-Language Pathology Program
- Apply to the graduate school at ISU
- Apply to the Communication Sciences and Disorders Centralized Application Service (CSDCAS)
- CSDCAS Customer Service is available Monday thru Friday from 9am - 5pm EST, Phone # (617) 612-2030, Email - Help/FAQ
- CSDCAS Applicant portal link opens Tuesday, Aug. 2nd, 2016.
IMPORTANT! Prior to applying to an online program, please check to see if your state is served.
Minimum requirements for consideration:
- A BS/BA in Communication Sciences (or a BS/BA in another field + completion of pre-requisite coursework) Communication Sciences & Disorders coursework cannot be older than 10 years from the date in which you would begin the Master's Program if admitted.
Pre-Professional Program Information
Pre-Requisite Coursework Information
- A GPA of 3.0 or better on the most recent 60 credits of coursework
- At least one score in the 40th percentile or higher on the GRE. If you have one or more GRE score(s) with a single digit percentile, we highly recommend you retake them. The following website has a free review for the GRE test - http://www.mometrix.com/academy/gre-test/
- 3 letters of recommendation and personal essay (submitted through CSDCAS)
- Both the CSDCAS and the Graduate School applications must be E-submitted with fees paid by Feb. 1st of the year in which you wish to enter the graduate program. Please see the Speech-Language Pathology Application Instructions for more details.
- A minimum of 25 ASHA approved observation hours must be completed prior to beginning our SLP Master's Program. Documentation with supervisor signatures must be provided. Copies are acceptable.
Please see the information about our Pre-Professional Program if you do not have undergraduate coursework in a communication sciences program.
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