Admission Requirements & Deadlines

Audiology (Au.D.) 

Application Deadline

The Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) program admits applicants for the fall term only with the following application deadline: 

  • Final Deadline: January 15

Applicants are strongly encouraged to submit their applications and related materials to CSDCAS as early as possible to allow CSDCAS to verify materials in a timely manner. Applicants should also submit the Towson University online application by January 15 (see Application Requirements below).

Admission Criteria

  • No GRE scores are required.
  • A baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited college or university. 
  • Recommended target GPA is 3.5. Lower GPAs, above a 3.0, will be considered based on the rigor of the undergraduate program and competitiveness of the entire application and in accordance with a holistic admission process. See graduate admission policies for more information.  


  • While we do not have a specific undergraduate major requirement to apply to our Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) program, the following are our prerequisite course requirements:
    • Physical Science (3 credits; must be Physics or Chemistry)
    • Biological Science (3 credits; e.g. Biology)
    • Social/Behavioral Sciences (3 credits; e.g. Sociology, Psychology)
    • Basic Mathematics (3 credits)
    • Statistics (3 credits)
    • Phonetics (3 credits)*
    • Language Development (3 credits)*

*These courses can be taken during the Au.D. program

Application Requirements

Complete an application through the CAPCSD CSDCAS portal as early as possible with the following items: 

  • Official transcripts: Request that official transcripts from all U.S. institutions attended be sent to CSDCAS.
  • Statement of Purpose:
    • Please use the statement of purpose to introduce yourself, your academic and research background, career goals, and qualities that make you a meritorious candidate for Towson University's Au.D. program.
    • The statement of purpose should be no longer than 2 pages
  • Letters of Recommendation: Request 3 letters of recommendation be sent through the CSDCAS recommender portal. We encourage these to be from professors.
  • Resume
  • Submit the Towson University online application by January 15

Additional Requirements for International Applicants

U.S. Immigration requires F1 and J1 students to be enrolled full-time with the majority of their classes taken in-person and on campus. For a list of TU programs that comply as well as information on required credential evaluations and English-language proficiency, please see admission requirements for international students.

Additionally, for international students, a TOEFL iBT score of 100 or above is required for this program. For admissions purposes, Towson University may waive the English proficiency requirements based on your academic records. Please check the licensure requirements for English competency in the state where you plan to get licensed.

For questions about the graduate program or CSDCAS please e-mail . If you have questions about the status of your supplemental application please contact Graduate Admissions at or 410-704-2113 as they will have the most updated information.