Applying for a License

General Information

​Unless you meet the listed exceptions, you must be licensed to practice as an audiologist, audiologist assistant, hearing aid dispenser, speech-language pathologist speech-language pathology assistant, or music therapist in Maryland.

Please Note:​

An audiologist, hearing aid dispenser, speech-language pathologist or speech-language pathology assistant is required to have a Limited License from the Board in order to practice under supervision. In order to obtain a Limited License, an applicant should first obtain a position with a licensee who will serve as the supervisor of the applicant for the limited license. Both the applicant and the supervisor need to complete the forms required for a Limited License.

Apply for a License

Step 1: Please complete an application using the links below. All supporting documents must be uploaded with each application.

​​​​​Speech-Language Pathology

Music Therapy

Hearing Aid Dispenser

​Step 2: Law Examination

Note to Applicants: Applicants who submitted their applications online will be sent a link to complete the required law exam electronically. If you are unable to submit your application online, you may request a link by emailing Thomas O'Gorman at​​​ Please use the statute and regulations under the Regulations tab to complete the Law Exam. A completed Law Exam must be on file for an application to be considered complete.​​