Visit our website www.health.txstate.edu/cdis, go to the Admissions tab, and select Course Equivalents. There you will find a list of universities. By selecting the university you attended, you will be able to view the course equivalents.
The admissions committee ranks the applicants by using a formula which takes into account: CDIS G.P.A., last 60 hours G.P.A., 3 letters of recommendation and letter of intent. The rankings range from 0-50; we start sending the letters of admission once the review process has been completed. Admissions letters are sent until our program is full. Letters of denial do not go out until the program is filled to capacity.
The deadlines are: January 15th for the Master’s Program if you earned an undergraduate degree in Communication Disorders from any university and April 1st for the Graduate Leveling Program if you do not have an undergraduate degree in CDIS.
The department of Communication Disorders program will not inform you of any missing items. However, the graduate college will send you an email containing a username and password with which you will be able to login in at the website below and view your application status, what items of your application were received and when they were received, and if you are missing any items of the application.