This program provides practical knowledge about the application of current assistive technology and environmental accommodation solutions. The courses will prepare you to provide high quality service to people with disabilities in workplace, home, educational and public environments.
Professionals who require knowledge or practical skills to help individuals with disabilities function more efficiently in work, home, educational, and public environments.
- ID 4210 / Arch 4843 – Intro to Universal Design in the Built Environment
- ID 6800/Arch 8843 – Advanced Universal Design: Investigations in the Built Environment
- ID 8900 – Special Problems: Universal Design Investigation and Applications
- ID 8900 – Special Problems: Design for Public Health