Certificate in Assistive Technology (AT)

Program Overview

Assistive technology (AT) instructional specialists work to enhance access to technology for people with blindness and visual impairment. AT specialists recommend various technologies to support people with vision loss in their daily functioning, academic work, and careers.


June 1 for fall admission

What You'll Learn

Students learn how to support people with blindness and low vision to select appropriate technology options for work, school, and daily living.

Careers for Graduates

Our graduates work in a variety of vocational, avocational, educational, and independent living settings to support people with visual impairment to meet their technology needs.

Certificate Requirements

Candidates progress through a sequence of coursework and field-based experiences to fulfill eligibility requirements as prescribed by the Academy for Certification of Vision Rehabilitation & Education Professionals (ACVREP).

Contact Us

For more information about our AT certificate program, contact Dr. Laura Bozeman (617.287.4385) or Dr. Rachael Sessler Trinkowsky.

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School for Global Inclusion and Social Development
in the College of Education and Human Development