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CSD Graduate Admissions

The Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD), Master of Science (MS)  program at Georgia State University is a Council on Academic Accreditation (CAA) accredited program that prepares students to become entry-level speech-language pathologists. This degree allows you to pursue a career in speech-language pathology.  Because of our location, you will receive excellent clinical experience.  Our faculty’s commitment to you will give you an exceptional learning environment.  Our cohorts of 30-32 students begin in the Fall semester. They receive individual attention and work together through the year.

Please note that the application process for the CSD program requires applicants to apply in two places: the CSDCAS Application system and the GSU Graduate Application system. The CSDCAS application portal opens August 2, and the GSU application portal opens mid-August. Applicants submit required admission materials to CSDCAS and to GSU’s graduate application system in order to be considered for admission.  For application instructions and submission, please click on the tabs above.

  • For more information about the program, visit our program page »
  • For more information about requirement and how to apply, use the navigation tabs above.