College of Education

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Program Summary

Application Dates: 07/24/2020
Start Dates: 08/17/2020
Credits required: 15
Cost per credit: $693

Margaret Bausch, Ed.D.

Associate Dean, Professor,

Director of Assistive & Rehabilitation Technology Graduate Certificate

College of Education

Department of Early Childhood, Special Education & Rehabilitation Counseling

205 Dickey Hall

Lexington, KY 40506

(859) 257-8810

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Create boundless opportunities with a graduate certificate in Assistive and Rehabilitation Technology. Graduates of our program leverage assistive technology solutions that help students and others with disabilities fully participate in classrooms and other environments.

Program Summary

Application Dates: 07/24/2020
Start Dates: 08/17/2020
Credits required: 15
Cost per credit: $693

Cultivate Learning

Designed for the working professional, this graduate certificate is a collaboration between the Special Education and Rehabilitation Counseling programs in the College of Education and the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders in the College of Allied Health, and the Human Development Institute. As a graduate of this program, you will be able to:

  • Identify effective assistive technology devices to address a wide variety of situations, including devices that create access in the classroom and devices that assist in activities of daily living.
  • Teach individuals how to use devices to maximize their participation in the classroom and other situations.
  • Evaluate the use of assistive technology in classrooms and schools.

As a student in this program, you have the opportunity to  specialize in assistive technologies for children or adults. Additionally,  you may choose to complete a practicum at a location of your choosing. Admission to the program requires an undergraduate degree from an accredited college or university in special education, rehabilitation counseling, or related area. Coursework may be used to support a special education endorsement and/or a rank change.

Sam Choo, Ph.D
"The AT certificate program at the University of Kentucky helped me set my career goal in the field of special education technology and prepared me to be an education researcher."

Sam Choo, Ph.D

Research Associate, Center on Teaching and Learning, University of Oregon

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Federal Financial Aid and Certificate Programs

Please note that federal financial aid is not available for certificate programs, but other financial resources may be available on the Financial Aid page.


Contact

Margaret Bausch, Ed.D.

Associate Dean, Professor,

Director of Assistive & Rehabilitation Technology Graduate Certificate

College of Education

Department of Early Childhood, Special Education & Rehabilitation Counseling

205 Dickey Hall

Lexington, KY 40506

(859) 257-8810

State Authorization & Licensure

If you plan to complete a University of Kentucky online program while living outside of Kentucky, you should check the Out-of-State Students page to determine if the University of Kentucky is authorized to provide this program in your state of residence. If you plan to use the degree to seek licensure, you should also determine if the degree meets the educational requirements for licensure in your state.