The Master’s in Communication Disorders program follows a prescribed program that leads to eligibility for national certification in Speech-Language Pathology by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and licensure by the West Virginia Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology. Students wishing to be eligible for West Virginia certification as public school speech-language pathologists must also meet the requirements for such certification.
International Addmission Requirements:
International applicants will be required to submit an official TOEFL score in addition to the other requirements described for consideration. The minimum TOEFL scores to be considered for admission must be a Total Score of 89 with the minimum section requirement of “Speaking” of 26. International applicants will have to complete their credential evaluation at an approved agency to prove that their education is equivalent to the U.S. undergraduate education. Documentation will need to be submitted with the application through CSDCAS.
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Dr. Clark Egnor, Ed.D.
Coordinator of International Programs
West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission (WVHEPC)
Office of Academic Affairs
1018 Kanawha Blvd East, Suite 700
Charleston, WV 25301 U.S.A.
Phone: 304-558-0261 ext. 249