Aging Studies, Certificate (0419)
Dana B. Bradley, firstname.lastname@example.org, (270) 745-4352
The Graduate Certificate in Aging Services prepares a qualified work force to address the needs of our aging population. The need for a gerontology certificate arises because the complex issues and problems of aging require an interdisciplinary perspective that is not provided within any single discipline. The knowledge and skills acquired will enable graduates to integrate gerontology into their discipline and to provide services for an older population. The certificate provides documentation that students have completed an organized program of interdisciplinary gerontology courses.
Please refer to the admission section of this catalog for Graduate School admission requirements.
Program Requirements (12 hours)
|GERO 501||Perspectives in Aging||3|
|GERO 503||Policy Foundations of Aging Services||3|
|GERO 505||Development and Change of Aging Programs||3|
|Select 3 hours from the following: 1||3|
|Methods for Teaching Adults|
|Program Development for Adults|
|Adult Development and Learning|
|Nutrition for the Elderly|
|Current Issues in Aging|
|Independent Study in Aging Studies|
|Health Care Organization and Management|
|Strategic Management & Marketing of Health Services|
|Health Problems of the Aged|
|Philosophy and Old Age|
|Psychology of Adult Life and Aging|
Other elective courses may be chosen with advisor approval.