Assistive technology (AT) refers to any device that provides greater independence for those with disabilities, including assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices. Designed to develop professionals who can effectively implement, assess, and research applications of AT, this master’s program prepares educators and other professionals to work with individuals with disabilities, service providers, and family members. Graduates of this program will use assistive technology to help individuals function more effectively in school, home, work, and community environments.
What it costs
The cost for this program is $833.00 total per credit hour for VA state residents, $1,033.00 total per credit hour for Non-VA residents, and $735.20 total per credit hour for VA state residents who are eligible and apply for the 15% PreK-12 VA Educators Discount. See the Cost tab below for a breakdown of tuition and fees. All of Mason’s tuition rates and fees can be found on our Student Accounts site.
This program has a priority application deadline of April 1 for fall and November 1 for spring. Applications submitted after the deadline will still be considered upon space availability. For application information and deadlines, see the CEHD Admissions site.Request Info