School of Education - George Mason University

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Graduates will learn to use technology to assist educators, professionals and individuals to function more effectively in school, home, work, and community environments.

The Assistive Technology program prepares educators and other professionals to work with individuals with disabilities, service providers, and family members. Graduates will use technology to assist individuals to function more effectively in school, home, work, and community environments.

MEd in Curriculum and Instruction with a Master's Concentration in Assistive Technology

Required Courses

Total: 30 credits