The decision to seek honors through the John V. Roach Honors College, whether at the departmental or university level, provides a selection of opportunities for scholarship and research, experiential learning, and interdisciplinary study. COSD honors students graduate with a major in speech-language pathology or habilitation of the deaf and hard of hearing while fine-tuning their knowledge of the world and distinguishing themselves through graduation from a prestigious honors college.
Honors students receive priority registration, as well as assistance from highly-skilled advisors.
Scholarship money for study abroad is also available through the Brachman Study Abroad Scholarships. COSD majors who plan to pursue departmental honors must be members of the University Honors Program and should enroll in COSD 30003 during their junior year and COSD 40003 during their senior year.
For more detailed requirements on departmental or university honors, visit the website of the John V. Roach Honors College.
Financial assistance is available to qualified graduate students. The amount and type of these awards vary and are competitive. Graduate students admitted into the program receive substantial financial aid in the form of graduate assistantships. These awards offer tuition remission and require up to eight hours per week of service to the program.
For additional information concerning graduate study at TCU, please email Janet Matzen or call 817-257-7621.