Requirements and Curriculum

Experience a dynamic, problem-based approach to learning through:

  • Classroom projects
  • Community involvement
  • Exposure to current research literature

Your coursework will integrate technology interventions with educational, vocational and independent living environments for people with disabilities.

Required Courses

Elective Courses

Complete two, three-credit courses from the following:

  • OT 534 Ergonomics and Job Accommodation
  • OT 541 AT Outcomes Measurement
  • RSC 610 Rehabilitation Environments
  • ARC 563 Design for the Lifespan
  • ARC 592 Ergonomics in Building Design
  • CDS 670 Augmentative Communication
  • OT 600/RSC 599 Independent Study

Course Times and Schedules

Courses typically meet for three hours once per week throughout the academic semester.

For fall semester, classes begin at the end of August and finals are completed by mid-December. Spring semester classes begin during the second week of January and finals are completed by mid-May.

Academic Integrity Policy for Graduate Students

All students should review and be familiar with UB’s policy on academic integrity.