Assistive Technology for Individuals with Blindness or Visual Impairment (Graduate Certificate)
Application deadline: Rolling admissions, students can apply any semester up to one week before census.
Resume/Curriculum Vitae (CV)
A resume or curriculum vitae (CV) is required; please submit within the online application system.
This program does not require a graduate test.
Note: International applicants may have to provide evidence of English language proficiency. More information can be found within the online application.
This program require three recommendations. Please send email requests for such recommendations from within the online system.
Please prepare a statement which covers the following information, and attach it within the online application:
Summarize your experiences in academic, professional, research, creative, or scholarly activities, and indicate how these experiences make you an ideal candidate for graduate study in your selected program. Also address how these activities align with the strengths of your chosen program and faculty, and with your professional goals, including future job positions.
Previous written work
This program does not require any previous written work be submitted.
Other program materials
This program does not require any other program materials to be submitted.
An official transcript from the institution from which you received your bachelor degree is required, as well as a transcript from the institution(s) where any additional graduate level courses or degrees have been taken/completed. Applicants are not required to submit an official transcript of courses taken/completed at WMU.
Please select degree seeking in the academic intent section of the application so that it can be routed to the correct department.
If you have any questions, please review the website below for program and contact information.
Western Michigan University's Department of Blindness and Low Vision Studies — College of Health and Human Services
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