School of Education - George Mason University

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Assistive technology promotes greater independence by enabling people to perform tasks that they were formerly unable to accomplish

The Assistive Technology minor provides undergraduate students with background knowledge in assistive technology. At least eight of the following 15 credits must be applied only to this minor and may not be used to fulfill requirements of the student’s major, concentration, an undergraduate certificate, or another minor.

Assistive Technology Minor Requirements

Total: 15 credits