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Course Overview

Students will undertake an internship in an accessible technology role that is suited to their professional pursuits. These may include serving as Research Assistants within the University, at other Universities, or at federal or private companies. This program provides students with a means to integrate academic theories and principles with practical job experience through internships. The goal of the internship is to gain experience as a competent and effective accessible technology professional.

Credits: 1
Distribution: Graduate, Masters
AHC 691

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Admissions Requirements

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