ASP 492 - Advanced Practicum in Accessibility Studies
Description: Field experience in a real-world context for preparing career applications of accessibility competencies. May be repeated to 15 credits. Fingerprinting may be required prior to enrollment. Permission of the department. Course will not ahve an established scheduling pattern.
Prerequisites: Co- or Prerequisite: ASP 435.
Learner Outcomes: Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
Investigate real-world scenarios for high-incidence accessibility issues.
Observe and analyze real-world scenarios for compliance with accessibility laws and policies.
Discuss solutions to improve accessibility in a realistic context for realistic people with high incidence disabilities.
Synthesize field experience and professional literature to interpret real world phenomena and personal attitudes toward accessibility. Demonstrate appropriate interactions with stakeholders in field, e.g. disability etiquette.