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In addition to these three certifications there are other Certificates in AT that are not nationally recongized credentials.

The Center on Disabilities at California State University Northridge offers a 100 hour training program that results in the ATACP, the Assistive Technology Applications Certificate Program. The typical program is 60 hours online, 32 hours live at regional training locations and an 8 hour project. There is no exam.

For more information, go to the CSUN ATACP information site.


There are a number of universities around the country that offer a Certificate in Assistive Technology that usually is offered as an adjunct requirement in a Masters or PhD. program in Biomedical Engineering. I was able to take four graduate courses offered by Louisiana Tech University at Ruston, LA. This taining was provided by staff from the Center for Biomedical Engineering and Rehabilitation Science (CyBERS). The training involved online and on-site instruction. The result of these courses was a Certificate in Assistive Technology. At present this training is not available at CyBERS.


Here are some representative examples of some University based Assistive Technology Certification Programs.

California State University Dominquez Hills
http://www.csudh.edu/at/

Coppin State University
http://www.coppin.edu/rehabcn/tech.asp

East Carolina University
http://www.ecu.edu/cs-dhs/ot/certificate.cfm

George Mason University
http://it.gse.gmu.edu/degrees/atc/

Northern Arizona University
http://www.nau.edu/ihd/atcertprog.shtml

University of Buffalo
http://sphhp.buffalo.edu/rs/at/curriculum.php

University of Illinois at Chicago
http://www.uic.edu/orgs/idhd/text%20version/atutxt.htm