The Certificate of Studies in Gerontology may be obtained through the Pruett Gerontology Center and the Department of Sociology and Family Studies as a specialization in conjunction with a degree from many other disciplines.
The Master of Science degree in gerontology is available as well as a graduate certificate in gerontology. See the Graduate School section of this catalog.
The undergraduate student, in consultation with the advisor, will design a program of study that will meet the individual student’s need in the area of gerontology.
|CERTIFICATE: GERONTOLOGY (GERO)|
Obtained through Pruett Gerontology Center and the Department of Sociology and Family Studies in conjunction with a degree from certain other disciplines; or
Obtained as an independent credential certification of student’s successful completion of a nationally recognized course of study in aging.
GERO 350 Sociology of Aging
GERO 352 Adult Development and Aging
GERO 495 Practicum in Gerontology
Chosen with gerontology advisor’s approval
Please see the Course Descriptions section of this catalog. Courses offered in the Gerontology Program include those with the following designation: GERO.