Sep 23, 2021
ASP 325 - Universal Design
Proactive accessibility design for high incidence problems in commercial, leisure, occupational, and personal living spaces. Assistive technology, adapted architecture, differentiated activity. Standards for safety and equity. ADA compliance. Risk management strategies.
Prerequisite: ASP 305.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
Learner Outcomes Approval Date:
- Analyze scenarios of interaction for their effective inclusion of people with disabilities and limitation.
- Define principles of universal design.
- Identify technological applications useful for designing individual accommodation and universal access.
- Explain ADA compliance in terms of safety and liability.
- Outline risk management strategies.
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