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Learning with Disability


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Learning with Disabilities


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You can make a difference in the life and education of a person with a disability!

The Technology-Based Learning with Disability doctoral program is an option to BMS students who wish to apply their area of focus within the BMS Program to the challenge of enhancing the learning process for those with disabilities.

This concentration is designed to provide a broad and comprehensive education, realistic work experiences, and opportunities for problem centered research in the area of learning with disability.

The strength is the framing of questions about the biology and nature of basic human capabilities and limitations as well as about the potentials of modern technologies in a way that addresses concerns relevant to the design of effective systems for learning and development. The area is designed to encourage students to "test" basic theory from their home disciplines against the practical challenges of contributing to a multidisciplinary approach to real world problems. Students' research experience will be enhanced with dedicated, cross-discipline facilities.

Students interested in the Learning with Disabilities Program must apply to that program having been admitted to the BMS Ph.D. program or another of the participating programs at Wright State University. For more information click here.

 

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