Admissions Process

Admission Requirements

  • Graduate Application
  • Bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited institution in the U.S. or a 4-year degree equivalent from a recognized institution of higher learning abroad, which reflects an overall minimum undergraduate grade point average of 2.5. 

NOTE: (GPA requirements can vary—per program.) The minimum undergraduate GPA for Speech Pathology is 3.0 overall with a preferred 3.2 in Communication Sciences and Disorders courses; and 2.75 for the Public Health program

  • Official college/university transcripts, including undergraduate and graduate work
  • Graduate Record Exam Revised (GRE) or Miller Analogies Test (MAT) vary by graduate program – See Below
  • Masters in Speech/Language Pathology (Required): GRE 280 or MAT 380
  • Theology (Required):  GRE 280 or MAT 380
  • Master of Arts in Counseling (Required): GRE No Minimum Score or MAT No Minimum Score
  • Master of Arts in Teaching (Required): GRE No Minimum Score or MAT No Minimum Score
  • Master of Arts in Educational Leadership:  Test Optional
  • Master of Public Health in Health Equity: Test Optional
  • Letters of Recommendation very by graduate program – See Below
    • Masters in Speech/Language Pathology and Master of Public Health in Health Equity – Three Letters of Reference either professional and/or academic
    • Master of Arts in Counseling, Master of Arts in Educational Leadership, and Master of Arts in Teaching - Two  letters of professional confidential references from former, or a current supervisor or instructor
    • Theology – Three Letters of Recommendation: Two letters from academic professors and one letter from a ministerial pastor or pastoral staff person
  • Statement of Interest

 

English Proficiency and Course Evaluation Requirements for International Students

Test of English as a Foreign Language

Internet-based test score of 80 total or Paper-based test score of 550.

The International English Language Testing System

Overall band score of 7.0

  • Course Evaluation

Course evaluation of any undergraduate or graduate coursework completed at a college or University outside of the U.S. (Recommended evaluation agencies are listed below)


2022 – 2023 Application Deadlines

ProgramFallSpring
Masters in Speech/Language PathologyJanuary 15No Spring Admit
Doctorate in Educational Leadership

April 1 -Priority

May 1 - General

No Spring Admit
Master of Arts in Counseling

October 1 – Priority

December 1 – General


Master of Arts in Teaching

Master of Arts in Educational Leadership

Master of Public Health in Health Equity




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