Communication Sciences & Disorders
School of Applied Sciences, University of Mississippi

Admission Requirements


Freshmen entering the School of Applied Sciences must meet the same requirements as those for general admission to the University. Click here for UM Office of Admissions.

Application for Undergraduate Admission

Transfer Students

Students transferring from other institutions of higher learning must meet the requirements stated by the UM Office of Admissions and must have a minimum GPA of 2.0. Transfer students must submit transcripts of all transfer work to the Office of the Dean of Applied Sciences before enrollment.  General information and admissions requirements can be found here.

Current UM Students Changing Majors

Students who have completed prior course work at the University of Mississippi under a different major must have a 2.0 GPA on all work attempted at the University as well as on all work attempted at any institution of higher learning.

In order to enter one of the degree programs in the School of Applied Sciences, you need to come to the George Street House and fill out a Change of Major form. Once all of your previous course work has been evaluated onto a checklist of the current degree requirements for the program you wish to declare, you will be contacted by a representative of the Dean’s Office to set up a brief appointment to come in and officially change your major.

The Criminal Justice degree program has a slightly different admission process. You would first need to go to the Communication Sciences and Disorders departmental office to obtain an application packet and to make an appointment with the chair of the department.