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Communcation Sciences & Disorders Graduate Program
The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders offers graduate programs leading to the Master of Science degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders and the Doctor of Philosophy in Communication Sciences and Disorders. The master’s degree program has been accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology. A graduate degree is required if you are planning a career in speech-language pathology and audiology. Graduates with a master’s degree will meet the academic and practicum requirements for the Certificate of Clinical Competence of the Boards of Examiners in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology.
In order to pursue graduate study in Communication Sciences and Disorders at The University of North Dakota, it is necessary to be enrolled in the Graduate School of the University.
Enrollment in the Graduate School involves two separate steps for every student. The first step is an online application for enrollment which can be accessed through the Graduate School web site. If you are seeking a graduate degree, you must formally apply for admission as a DEGREE STUDENT. Applications for summer or fall enrollment must be completed by February 1. If you are not seeking a degree, but wish to enroll and register only for the purpose of taking selected courses, you must complete a one-page application to register as a NON-DEGREE, or TRANSIENT. After acceptance, the second step is the actual registration for courses at the prescribed pre-registration or registration times.