Location: Black Hall 214-5
Phone: (509) 607-9407
One fifth of the population is affected by disability and our laws protect their rights to live independently. Accessibility Studies brings value to most every career path—from business to social services.
Earn your certificate or minor in Accessibility Studies and make a difference in your career and in the lives of others!
Certificate in Accessibility Studies Become Certified in 10 Weeks--Totally Online!
The 15-credit, four-course certificate can be completed can be completed in one summer session or take a course each quarter to finish in a year. All core courses are offered online.
Minor in Accessibility Studies
A 20-credit minor in Accessibility Studies requires the four core certificate courses, plus an additional five credits of program-approved electives. These credits can be part of your major, too. Tailor your minor to fit your desired career goals and interests!
Take ASP 305 Accessibility & User Experience and learn about current careers requiring competence in troubleshooting accessibility. Investigate quality of life issues confront people of all ability levels in everyday experiences and environments.
Let us help you figure out the best schedule for taking the online classes.
We are so proud Wendy Holden, Central Washington University’s Director of Disability Services,ASP Faculty Honored For Their Instructional Innovations
Three Accessibility Studies faculty presented at the Faculty Showcase for Innovative Teaching. Congr2021 Graduation Celebration
The Accessibility Studies Club hosted the first annual graduation celebration for people completing