Before submitting the online application, applicants should review the individual program’s application process, admission requirements, deadlines, and transcript requirements. All required elements must be uploaded into the online application.
A conferred master's degree in speech-language pathology is required for full admission. Students can begin applying in the final semester of their master's program.
Official transcripts are required. A PDF of the unofficial transcript, however, may be used to accompany the online application. If official transcripts are not submitted at the time of application, students receive provisional admission. Official transcripts must be submitted to receive full admission. Such information is provided in the Graduate School’s admission notification; no additional reminders are sent. Failure to submit official transcripts by the end of your first semester results in a registration block. The Graduate School removes the block when official transcripts have been received. Send official transcripts to:
Enrollment Services Operation
0130 Mitchell Building
7999 Regents Drive
University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20742
Golden Identification Program
Golden Identification Program is not eligible for Continuing Education Programs (Graduate, Post-Baccalaureate, Non-Credit Learning) administered through Extended Studies. See Golden ID Program.
Program Specific Requirements and Deadlines
Bilingual Speech-Language Pathology for Practitioners, Online (Z167).
Graduate Program Application
Submit application in the Graduate School Application Portal. (Application Now Available)