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Communication Sciences and Disorders (MS) College of Allied Health Sciences
Degrees or Certificates Offered:
On-Campus and/or Online
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*Applications not considered for admission in this term
All paperwork must be received by January 15th. International applicants must be a permanent resident of the USA for the entire duration of their program or they must enroll in the campus program; we are unable to provide clinical training in any country except the USA. DE students must live at least 75 miles from Greenville, NC (27858) to be eligible for the DE program. The Department CSDI (speech pathology & audiology) only enrolls non-degree students after permission of the Director of Master's or Doctoral Education is given in writing.
Application Materials Needed:
Application requirements for ECU: Complete application, application fee, official transcripts for all colleges/universities attended, supplemental application (can be found on the CSDI website), GRE scores (cannot be waived). Please visit the program's website for instructions on how to submit the application to CSDCAS and required supplemental materials.
Distance Education or Campus concentrations available. DE students must review http://www.ecu.edu/eai/compliance.cfm to ensure ECU is an approved distance education provider in the state of residence.
Graduate Program Contact
Kathleen Cox, PhD, CCC-SLP, Director of Master's Education
Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders, Mailstop 668, Health Sciences Bldg, Suite 3310, 600 Moye Blvd, Greenville NC 27858
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