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Follow our step-by-step instructions to apply to the Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) program.
Applying to the Doctor of Audiology program requires two major steps.
All required application materials must be submitted (and verified by CSDCAS) by January 15. Classes for the program begin the following fall semester.
It will be helpful to have the following information ready before starting the CSDCAS online application:
* The Graduate Record Examination is not required for this program and GRE scores are not submitted with the online application.
Partial or incomplete applications may not be reviewed.
CSDCAS requires approximately three to four weeks to verify transcripts. Applications will be reviewed by the admissions committee, as long as all materials have been submitted and verified by CSDCAS by the application deadline.
The admissions committee may contact applicants for an interview after the application deadline if they are under consideration for the program.
Students should contact CSDCAS customer service for any questions or concerns about application status, verification, receipt of supporting materials, how to complete the application, uploading documents or submitting reference requests.
CSDCAS Customer Service: 617-612-2030, email@example.com.
Answers to questions specific to KU or the program regarding admissions criteria, requirements, program information, etc., should be found on this website. Before contacting the department, please review eligibility and requirements and the FAQs.
The admissions committee reviews applications for admission and makes recommendations to the Office of Graduate Studies for final processing. Evaluation is based principally on academic, research and clinical achievement and potential, including evidence from extracurricular activities.
Applicants are notified of application status by April 1 for fall program start.
Accepted students deciding to enter the program will request an official transcript during orientation to provide documentation of successful completion of an undergraduate degree.
International transcripts must be evaluated by World Education Services or Educational Credential Evaluators. The evaluation must include course-by-course evaluation, grade evaluation, and indicate the degree earned in U.S. terms (bachelor's, master's, doctorate, etc). An official copy of the evaluation is required.