Courses & Teaching
Courses and Teaching provides information for educators and students on Universal Design (UD). It contains information on academic and continuous professional courses and other learning opportunities that provide students and professionals with the wide range of skills required to incorporate the Principles of UD into the development of products, services, Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) or buildings. These are mixture of programmes with a specific UD focus and where UD is integrated throughout the course content.
Some examples of UD curriculum may be found by following the links in each of these sections.
The Resources section contains information on a wide range of books and journal articles on learning and teaching Universal Design for students, educators and researchers.
Universal Design courses
Courses under each of these disciplines are split into two broad categories: Academic Courses that lead to a graduate or post graduate qualification and Continuous Professional Development courses which comprise of training seminars.
The CEUD does not accredit or specifically recommend any of the following courses. These details are provided only to assist those seeking to locate courses. All details known at the time of writing have been included.
The information on academic and continuous development courses and other learning opportunities is periodically reviewed to ensure it is up-to-date. Please contact us should you find this not to be the case.
Course title: BDes (Hons) Inclusive Design
Institution: University of Wolverhampton
This course has a broad-based content and has been specifically designed to encourage you to explore how design affects the way we live, work and relax and the relationship between human responses, technology and design. The course encourages you to use your design skills to improve the lives of less able groups, such as the elderly, disabled and the disadvantaged around the world, with the users being at the heart of the design process. The course integrates our understanding of ergonomics and human and social factors, and utilises a multi-disciplinary design approach, which spans architecture and public spaces, interiors, products and interface design.
Courses at University of Wolverhampton