The application process is all online. When you are ready to begin, just click here for more information. The CSD Program typically receives over 200 applications each year and we have a starting cohort of 25 to 28 students. Be sure to read the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for tips on completing your application. Both scholarship and graduate assistantship opportunities are available to you.
Be sure to explore the following scholarship opportunities for CSD students.
Graduate assistantships are available in departments and Colleges across campus including the CSD program and the EPSE department. Every assistantship differs according to the funding source; some may be for one semester only, others may be extended beyond one semester. The hours of employment, the amount of tuition paid, and any additional stipend offered varies. You can apply for assistantships any time after you have been admitted to the CSD program. Additional information will be available from the program coordinator.
There are a variety of resources available to help you pay for graduate school depending on your financial situation. Start with the Georgia State University Financial Aid website and then explore the scholarship and graduate assistantship opportunities that may be available to you.