Minimum required: 120 semester hours
- Students are initially considered Pre-professional Communication Disorders majors. Once the student is accepted into the Junior/Senior sequence, the major becomes Communication Disorders.
- Admission to the CDIS Junior/Senior-level courses is competitive and selective. Enrollment is limited by student/faculty ratios in both academic and clinical components of the program.
- Students must be in overall good standing to apply.
- An overall GPA of 3.0 is required to be considered for admission.
The application for admission is submitted to the department by May 15th. Admission decisions are made after the end of Summer 1. All students will be notified by letter of the CDIS Undergraduate Admission Committee’s decisions. Student selection is made on academic performance and not on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, age, or national origin.
- Students must have completed a minimum of 50 hours of courses from the freshman and sophomore courses listed on the CDIS Degree Plan. The 50 hours must be completed by the end of the Summer 1 session in the same calendar year in which the student wishes to begin the Junior/Senior sequence.
- A minimum grade of C in support and major classes listed as part of the freshman/sophomore years on the Degree Plan:
8. Students are ranked by their GPA in the following five required classes and admittance in the Junior/Senior year is based on this ranking. Preference for admission is given to students who have not repeated any of the five courses. The following courses must be taken in the 50 hours to be considered for admission:
- This degree program requires admission to the university and admission to the program. Information about the program admissions can be found at: http://mycatalog.txstate.edu/undergraduate/health-professions/communication-disorders/#admissionstext
- Any student who did not complete at least two years of the same foreign language in high school is required to take 6-8 hours of the same foreign language.