Certificate in Cortical/Cerebral Visual Impairment (CVI)

Our certificate in cortical/cerebral visual impairment, or CVI, offers in-depth knowledge about brain-based visual impairment. As a large part of the vision professional’s caseload, this specialization in CVI is critical to support assessment and instructional strategies for students and adults with visual impairment.


June 1 for fall admission

What You'll Learn

Students learn about brain-based visual impairments and their impact on human functioning.

Careers for Graduates

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

Certificate Requirements

Candidates progress through a sequence of coursework and field-based experiences to acquire in-depth knowledge about brain-based visual impairment, with the goal of better supporting students and adults with visual impairment.

Contact Us

For more information about our CVI certificate program, email Professor Laura Bozeman or Professor Tammy Reisman.

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