Elmhurst College's master's in communication sciences and disorders welcomes applicants who have completed:
Prerequisites courses may be completed as part of the student’s undergraduate coursework, transferred from another college or university or taken at Elmhurst College, prior to applying to the CSD program.
Prerequisite Courses at Elmhurst College
Students who wish to complete the required CSD prerequisite courses at Elmhurst College must apply to the College following all of the admission requirements for the undergraduate CSD program. All official college transcripts must also be sent directly to Elmhurst College for review.
To apply, go to the undergraduate application and apply as a second degree student. When completing the application, choose communication sciences and disorders as your major.
Note: You must apply as a second degree student, even if you wish to complete only the required prerequisite courses for the graduate CSD program, as the CSD department does not allow non-degree coursework to be completed. Several undergraduate CSD courses are only offered during the day and you will complete the coursework in approximately two years due to availability of courses offered.
How to Apply
The application deadline for fall 2015 was January 15, 2015, and applications are no longer being accepted for fall 2015 entry. We will begin accepting applications for fall 2016 entry in September 2015. It is the applicant’s responsibility to meet the deadline requirements.
To complete your application, go to the CSDCAS (Communication Sciences and Disorders Centralized Application Service) website and complete or submit:
To complete your application, go to the CSDCAS website and complete or submit:
All official transcripts should be sent to:
CSDCAS Verification Dept.
P.O. Box 9113
Watertown, MA 02471
NOTE: DO NOT SEND ANY TRANSCRIPTS TO ELMHURST COLLEGE.
In addition, if you are an international student, please submit the following to the School for Professional Studies at Elmhurst College:
CSDCAS customer service is available Monday through Friday from 9:00AM to 5:00PM EST.
Students offered admission to the master’s degree program will be asked to submit additional required documentation, including evidence of 25 hours of observation. The results of a background check prior to their first term on campus is also required. Information regarding this documentation and any other required documentation will come from the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders following admission to the program.
Applicants with native or near-native proficiency in a language in addition to English who are interested in the Multicultural/Multilingual Emphasis should send a letter of intent describing their interest in this emphasis and relevant background experience to firstname.lastname@example.org. In this letter of intent, please also indicate the language(s) that you speak fluently. Documentation of speaking proficiency in the other language at an advanced-low level or above (see ACTFL for a description) is strongly encouraged. All applicants must also complete the standard application via CSDCAS using the process outlined above. Applicants will be notified of a program admission decision, and separately of a decision on their acceptance into the Multicultural/Multilingual Emphasis. Capacity for this emphasis is limited.
For more information, please contact us.