Assistive Technology

Degree Type

Graduate Certificate


Learn the value of an accessibility mindset, and ensure everyone has the tools and tech needed to participate in the world around them.


Accessibility is about providing the tools and technologies to make a product or service available to as many people as possible. When you have an accessibility mindset, you ensure no one gets left behind.

Our comprehensive Assistive Technology certificate program meets the demand for qualified Assistive Technology (AT) professionals, and for rehabilitation practitioners wanting to advance their skill. Coursework reflects a variety of learning opportunities, including lectures, demonstrations, discussions, field visits, hands-on-experiences, and related presentations.

Students studying

750+ Course Options

The Coppin State University Academic Catalog has a wide variety of skill-building courses designed to inspire and prepare you to be in-demand professionals and transformational leaders.

Certificate Requirements

To earn the graduate Certificate in Assistive Technology, students must complete 15 credit hours. Students must also have an email account and reliable internet access:

Certificate Courses (15 credits)

Course Credits Name
REHB 507 3 Introduction to Assistive Technology
REHB 510 3

Designing and Using Assistive Technology

REHB 511 3 Special Project–Applications of Technology
REHB 598 3 Vocational Evaluation and Assessment of Individuals with Disabilities
REHB 636 3 Multicultural Counseling

Related Programs

Rehabilitation Counseling


Job Development and Job Placement Services


Vocational Evaluation and Work Adjustment


Professional Counseling Licensure


Assistive technology is in the Department of Psychology, Counseling, and Behavioral Health in the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences.