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Advanced Degrees in Accessibility


From: Morin, Gary (NIH/OD) [E]
Date: Feb 22, 2019 1:23PM

Looking for information on programs for advanced degrees (post-bac Certificate, Master's, or PhD) in accessibility - whether it's ICT-related or the built environment. The Univ. of Salford (UK) used to have one but it doesn't seem. A university in Barcelona seems to have one (in Spanish, http://www.uic.es/en/studies-uic/architecture/postgraduate-degree-accessibility-design-all-online/presentation)

I'm open to either online programs or in-person (though I'm not sure if any of my second languages are strong enough to study in a non-English university setting).


Gary M. Morin, Program Analyst

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What if the first question we asked was, "what is so unique about this situation that it justifies exclusion? instead of, "how much does it cost to make it accessible?