Program Admissions | Communication Sciences & Disorders Post-Bacc
Students with a bachelor’s degree in a discipline other than communication sciences and disorders must complete a sequence of prerequisite courses to apply to graduate programs in speech-language pathology.
The School of CSD at Pacific University offers a post-baccalaureate program to allow students from diverse academic backgrounds to complete coursework in normal speech, language, and hearing processes in preparation for application to graduate programs in speech-language pathology or audiology.
The entire communication sciences and disorders post-baccalaureate course sequence may be completed through on-campus courses on our Forest Grove Campus or online via a blend of pre-recorded courses and virtual meetings with your professors. Additional information about the program is available in our frequently asked questions (FAQ).
To apply for admission into the Post-Baccalaureate Program, students must:
- complete and submit the Communication Sciences & Disorders Post-Bacc Online Application, and
- Submit one official transcript from each college/university attended, and
- Submit a personal statement (up to 200 words) which outlines why you are applying to the program and includes your professional goals. Please send personal statements to email@example.com.
Preferred Application Deadlines
For Fall Semester: August 12th
For Spring Semester: January 10th