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Course Overview

The ability to have access to communications is an important foundation for empowerment of people who are deaf and hard of hearing. This course explores how communication accessibility is achieved through study of current and emerging technology, trends in industry, public policies, and the government agencies that enforce these policies. Access to telecommunications (including Internet and wireless communications, relay services, etc.), information, video media, emergency services, public accommodations, employment, education, and other contexts are included.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Undergraduate
Prerequisite: COM 290 or permission of the instructor

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Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate