Assistive Technology Certificate, University of Illinois at Chicago

The Assistive Technology Certificate Program (ATCP) is a flexible packaging of 12 credit hours of Assistive Technology courses.

Course requirements can be met entirely through online courses or through a combination of both online and lab-based courses at UIC.

The ATCP trains working professionals to deliver state of the art Assistive Technology clinical services. Required and elective coursework represents most of the coursework comprising the Rehabilitation Technology track within the Master of Science program in Disability and Human Development. ATCP students take the courses along with UIC students. Courses can be taken individually or as part of the certificate program, and may also be applied to the Master of Science program in Disability and Human Development.

ATCP instructors include faculty members in the Department of Disability and Human Development, senior clinicians within the Assistive Technology Unit, and recognized AT professionals working in a variety of school settings.

This certificate program benefits administrators and professionals serving individuals with Assistive Technology needs in the areas of Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Speech Language Pathology, Special Education, Engineering, or Vocational Rehabilitation.

To receive full consideration for Fall admission, applications should be received by July 1st of the year in which admission is being sought.