Special Education Office
304 Recitation Hall
West Chester, PA 19383
The certificate in Universal Design for Learning and Assistive Technologies provides professionals, parents, and other community members instruction and training in assessment, pedagogy, and technology that support students that relay on UDL and AT for learning. The UDL/AT graduate certificate is based on the following assumptions:
This program offers training for general and special educators, counselors, therapists, caregivers, and any others persons whom assist students that utilize AT. The program can also serve as an introduction to interested degree seeking students in the areas of education, social work, communication disorders, and psychology.
About West Chester University’s College of Education
WCU now ranks as the 3rd largest university in southeastern PA, with teacher education as the most popular major for both undergraduate and graduate students. WCU is continuously the first or second in PA annually for the number of candidates recommended for licensure each year. Along with our colleagues in the College of Arts and Sciences and other professional schools, the College of Education is committed to ensuring that teacher candidates are well grounded in academics and experience a clinically-based professional curriculum that exemplifies “best practice” and current educational expectations.
Procedures for Admission to Post-Baccalaureate Certification in Special Education
For further information contact Dr. Vicki MCGinley at firstname.lastname@example.org or 610-436-1060.