The George S. Osborne College of Audiology actively seeks individuals from every state in the nation as well as worldwide who bring diverse life experiences and who desire to become audiologists.

To be considered, an applicant must:

  • Submit a properly completed application to the Communication Science and Disorders Centralized Application Service (CSDCAS) (https://csdcas.liaisoncas.com/applicant-ux/#/login). Detailed instructions regarding the completion of the application and the essay are provided on the CSDCAS website.

  • Submit official transcripts from all colleges and universities attended (or currently attending) directly to CSDCAS.

  • Complete admissions prerequisites at the college level with a grade of ‘C-’ or better and a minimum of 90 semester hours or 135 quarter hours of credit from an accredited undergraduate college or university. It is recommended that students with less than a 2.8 grade point average should consult the Office of Admissions prior to applying.

  • Three letters of evaluation are required. Arrange to have forwarded directly to CSDCAS the following letters of evaluation:
    • Two letters must be written by teaching faculty members whom have taught you in a course. 
    • One letter must come from a practicing audiologist.
    • The references should be from persons familiar with the applicant's academic work, employment record, and/or personal characteristics. 
  • Satisfactory score results from the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) should be forwarded to the Office of Admissions.
    • Results may be submitted directly to CSDCAS (Designated Institution code is 7157). 
    • Completion of the GRE is required within three years of your desired entrance date to the Program.
  • It is highly recommended to shadow a practicing audiologist(s) in order to be familiar with the role of the audiologist as a member of the healthcare team. 

  • All credentials submitted on behalf of an applicant become a part of that applicant’s file with the University and cannot be returned.

Prerequisites

An applicant must have completed a minimum of 90 semester hours or 135 quarter hours of credit from an accredited undergraduate college or university.
These credits must include the listed prerequisite courses below completed with a 'C-' or better. An applicant need not have completed all prerequisites prior to filing an application but must be able to complete all outstanding prerequisites prior to enrolling.
  • English Composition or Literature – 1 year
  • Mathematics  –  1  year  (Calculus  highly  recommended;  1/2  year  of Calculus fulfills Mathematics requirement)
  • Statistics (Mathematics, Biology, or Psychology preferred) – 1/2 year
  • Basic Sciences (e.g., Biology, Chemistry, Physics) – 1 year
  • Physics or Hearing Science – 1/2 year
  • Social Sciences – 1 year

Additional Courses (highly recommended, but not required)

  • Hearing Science and Introduction to Audiology
  • Anatomy, Physiology and/or Neurobiology
  • Physics, Chemistry, and Biology
  • Pre-calculus (to include logarithms)
  • Psychology and/or Counseling
Prerequisite credits completed ten or more years prior to the anticipated entrance date will be reviewed for approval on an individual basis.