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Stephen F. Austin State University

Graduate Degree Program

Distance Education

The Speech-Language Pathology Graduate program is excited to announce a new distance education program

The coursework is not asynchronous, you must be able to attend all courses Livestream, via Zoom.

To Apply: You will apply using the same guidelines as if you were applying to the Master of Science residential program.

*Due to COVID-19, the GRE test has been waived for the 2020/21 admission cycle.

Graduate School Information

Admission Data:

The data has been taken from the 2020-2021 admission cycle:

Total number of applicants....................216
Average Overall GPA.............................3.49
Average Last 60 credit hours GPA..........3.70
Total Number of Interviews Offered.......108
Total Number of Offers Accepted............35

Admission cycle statistics include both residential and distance applicants.

Qualified candidates will be contacted by a member of the graduate admission committee for an on-campus interview and tour.


Tuesday, February 1, 2022

All application materials must be submitted and verified by the deadline.


Stephen F. Austin State University currently utilizes ApplyTexas which is a centralized application service that services colleges and universities across the state of Texas.

Graduate School will begin July 5, 2022 be sure to select Summer when using ApplyTexas.


The Speech-Language Pathology graduate program utilizes CSDCAS which is a service that allows applicants to use single online application and set of materials to apply to multiple participating graduate programs offering clinical education in speech-language pathology. The SFASU CSDCAS application will open for applicants on Friday, October 1, 2021. When applying for graduate school on CSDCAS you will need to select your designation as Residential (on-campus) or Distance (off-campus).

Graduate Degree Program

Leveling Information

The leveling program was created for students whom have a bachelor's degree in a field outside of Communication Sciences and Disorders and are either wanting to obtain a master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology or their Texas Speech-Language Pathology Assistant License.