College of Education

Assistive & Rehabilitation Technology (Graduate Certificate)

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The graduate certificate in assistive and rehabilitation technology is a collaborative effort between the Department of Early Childhood, Special Education, and Rehabilitation Counseling and the Department of Rehabilitation Sciences in the College of Allied Health and the Human Development Institute. Students may choose an emphasis from either special education or rehabilitation counseling. Both emphases will require three foundation courses, one related elective and one practicum course for a total of 15 graduate hours. The content of the certificate is broad. Major areas include Assistive Technology Devices, Assistive Technology Assessment and Coordination of Assistive Technology Services.

The Department of Special Education and Rehabilitation Counseling at the University of Kentucky offers Master’s, Educational Specialist, and Doctoral degree programs. A student may have an Assistive Technology focus for any of these degrees.

Please contact Dr. Margaret Bausch if you have questions about the current offerings in the Assistive Technology Program.

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