Dual Admission Program Application Deadlines

  • Fall Term: February 1st
  • Winter Term: November 1st

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Dual Admission Viewbook

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Contact Dual Admission

Jessica Sanders
Coordinator of Special Programs

(954) 262-7997
jsanders@nova.edu

Undergraduate Admissions
Nova Southeastern University
Horvitz Administration Bldg.
3301 College Avenue
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33314

Speech Dual Admission Program

Dual Admission – Speech-Language Pathology

Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science and Master of Science Speech-Language Pathology

A dual admission program in speech-language pathology is offered to qualified freshmen. This program leads to a Master of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology (M.S.). This specialized career field is concerned with the identification, assessment, and treatment of speech-language and communication disorders in children and adults. Graduates of this program hold responsible positions in public and private schools, hospital and clinics, skilled nursing facilities, and private practices.

Students admitted to the program must major in Speech-Language and Communication Disorders (SLCD). Upon successful completion of the master’s application process, students will be admitted to the M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology if requirements are met. This program provides the required coursework and clinical experiences necessary to obtain Florida licensure. In addition, the student will be prepared to begin their clinical fellowship experience to earn the Certificate of Clinical Competence awarded by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).

OVERVIEW OF REQUIREMENTS
Degrees: Bachelor of Science in Speech-Language and Communication Disorders
Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology
Years to Complete 4+2.5
Undergraduate Admission Requirements
Freshman: ACT/SAT/GPA 25/1150/3.5
Student Type Day or Evening
Preadmission interview No
Dual Admission Deadlines Fall: February 1st
Winter: November 1st
College Requirements to Enter Graduate Program
Undergraduate Major Speech-Language and Communication Disorders
Cumulative GPA 3.2
GPA in the Major 3.2
Essay 2 essays required
Letters of Recommendation 3 required
Interview Yes
Degree Required Yes