Blindness and Low Vision Studies in lab

Programs in Blindness and Low Vision Studies were first developed at Salus University in 1983, making Salus University the first institution in the country to offer four master’s degrees and certificates in the following areas:

Scholarship Opportunities


Note: These programs are the pathway toward earning a certificate in specialties under the Blindness and Low Vision field in the United States. For international practitioners interested in advanced optometric training, learn more about the Master of Science in Clinical Optometry (MSCO) program with an Advanced Certificate in Binocular Vision and Vision Therapy, Vision Impairment and Rehabilitation, or Contact Lens.

International applicants receive support in the admissions process and beyond through the University's Academic Affairs Division of Global, Interprofessional, and Specialized Programming: