As life-expectancy rates rise, aging adults make up a significant and important portion of our local and church communities.
The interdisciplinary graduate certificate, offered through ACU’s Pruett Gerontology Center within the College of Education and Human Services, focuses on the specific needs and challenges of this age group.
Course work in this interdisciplinary program is carefully integrated in an effort to add richness, depth and balance to your background. The certificate may be earned independently or as a specialization to another graduate degree program.
A graduate certificate is a nationally recognized credential in the field of gerontology education. A certificate in gerontology is also available on the undergraduate level at ACU.
|Degree||Graduate Certificate in Gerontology (CER)|
|Program length||1 year|
You will take courses such as: