Students will learn to design, evaluate, and implement effective, evidence-based accessible design and evaluation strategies and messages to address the accessibility needs of diverse audiences, through accessible design and methods.

Upon graduation, AHCC graduates will possess the knowledge and expertise to:

  • communicate effectively with a range of audiences using both written English and American Sign Language.
  • analyze an accessibility problem, identify, and define the accessibility requirements, usability specifications and/or policy requirements appropriate to its solution.
  • design, implement, and evaluate accessibility in an accessible system, process, component, or program.
  • collaborate effectively on teams to accomplish a common goal.
  • demonstrate understanding of the deaf, hard of hearing, and DeafBlind target audiences and ways to engage with them in accessible design.
  • recognize the importance of professional, ethical, legal, security, inclusion, and social issues, and adhere to the best practices of the accessibility profession.