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This unique program is designed to equip students with the tools to conduct cutting-edge neuroscience research related to auditory and language processes.
The MS program in auditory and language neuroscience trains scholars in basic and applied research in the fields of auditory and language neuroscience to prepare them for doctoral-level graduate studies as well as for positions in science, health care and industry.
In addition to cutting-edge coursework in neuroscience, this program also includes hands-on training in instrumentation such as neuroimaging, neurophysiology and clinical research applications. Students develop a strong foundation to conduct impactful neuroscience research related to auditory and language processing and human communication.
GRE waivers for the MS in auditory and language neuroscience program are approved on a case-by-case basis and take into consideration the whole of an applicant's academic and research experiences. To be considered for a GRE waiver, contact CHSgrad@asu.edu.
Beginning with fall 2021 applications, the MS in auditory and language neuroscience program will no longer require GRE scores for admission. You may submit your application without having taken the GRE test or without submitting GRE scores for a previously taken test. For questions, contact CHSgrad@asu.edu.
Applicants must fulfill the requirements of both the Graduate College and the College of Health Solutions.
Applicants are eligible to apply to the program if they have earned a bachelor's or master's degree, in any field, from a regionally accredited college or university.
Applicants must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.00 (scale is 4.00 = "A") in the last 60 hours of their first bachelor's degree program, or applicants must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.00 (scale is 4.00 = "A") in an applicable master's degree program.
All applicants must submit:
Additional Application Information
An applicant whose native language is not English must provide proof of English proficiency regardless of current residency.
In the letter of intent or written statement, applicants should indicate potential research mentors with whom they are interested in working. Letters of recommendation preferably are written by instructors, research mentors or clinical supervisors who can speak to the applicant's aptitude for research and master's-level coursework.