Certificate in Assistive Technology and Accessible Design
Students seeking this certificate must be admitted to the university, or in a nondegree status. All university policies relative to admission apply. Students pursuing an undergraduate certificate must file a plan of study for the certificate program with the certificate coordinator before half of the required hours are completed. Students may apply certificate coursework toward a degree program.
The certificate requires the completion of 18 credit hours from a selected list of courses. A cumulative grade point average of at least 3.000 must be maintained for all courses comprising the certificate program and no grades below C.
|WSUE 102A||First-Year Seminar: Introduction to Technology and Innovation||3|
|HPS 229||Applied Human Anatomy||3|
|ID 300||Design Thinking & Innovation||3|
|ENGR 302||Accessible Design||3|
|SOC 537||The Social Consequences of Disability||3|
|IME 549||Industrial Ergonomics||3|
|or PSY 405||Human Factors Psychology|
|Total Credit Hours||18|
Students completing the certificate program receive an appropriately-worded certificate from the university and a notation is made on the student's transcript when the certificate has been awarded.
Note: This certificate has not been approved as a gainful employment program.