Assistive Technology - Concentration
Master of Education (Teaching and Learning) – Special Education
Assistive Technology Concentration
The Assistive Technology (AT) concentration, available online within the Master of Education (Teaching and Learning) – Special Education, is designed for teachers who want to advance their knowledge and further their expertise in using technological tools and devices to remove barriers for students with low incidence and/or severe disabilities, including the importance of universal design and accessibility.
The Assistive Technology online concentration does not lead to teacher certification. Teachers interested in adding a certification must pursue a Master of Education in Special Education – Moderate to Severe Disabilities (MSD) Concentration online or a Master of Education in Special Education – Learning and Behavior Disorders (LBD) Concentration on campus.
Courses are taught 100% online, with some courses accessed via webcam in interactive, synchronous sessions beginning at 4:30 p.m. ET or later, on specific weekdays.
View the credit requirements for this concentration and for the Master of Education (Teaching and Learning) – Special Education online program.