Wednesday, June 04, 2008

Online Master's Degree with Specialization in Assistive Technology

Been wanting to pursue an advanced degree in Assistive Technology, but need the flexibility of an online environment? Bowling Green State University has an online Master's in Education, specializing in AT - and there's even a financial incentive!

Click here to learn more.

(Hat tip: Online College Blog)


Anonymous said...

I'm about to graduate with my BA in interdisiplinary studies ( with a focus on AT)May 2010 From University of Hawaii. I'm very interested in getting my Masters in AT. Have you taken the online course from BGSU?
Any other advice on advancing knowledge in the area of AT?

Dave Hohulin said...

I have not taken the BGSU course. I received my Master's from the University of Illinois at Chicago in Disability and Human Development, specializing in AT.

As far as advice on advancing in knowledge of AT... Wow. That can be an overwhelming prospect. I'd encourage you to learn as much as possible about the different types of service delivery in AT - clinical, educational, etc. Find an area you love and dive on in. Just remember - you don't have to know everything. You just have to know someone who knows about something you don't ;)