Learn the science and art of assistive technology research and service delivery for people with disabilities - what works, for whom and why.
UB’s multidisciplinary Center for Assistive Technology (CAT) provides research, education and service to increase knowledge about assistive devices. In addition to faculty within the Department of Rehabilitation Science, you’ll work with faculty from architecture and planning; communicative disorders and sciences; counseling and educational psychology; geriatric medicine; law; mechanical, electrical and industrial engineering; nursing; rehabilitation medicine; and special education.
In addition to the graduate certificate, you can study assistive and rehabilitation education at UB with the following options.
A variety of professions apply assistive technology knowledge as part of their jobs, including: