To provide students with knowledge, resources, and experience in working with the older adult population, in order to prepare them to enter the workforce in a variety of fields for which encounters with older adults are frequent and meaningful.
Courses are offered every fall, spring and summer semesters. Students may choose to enter the program in any semester, and follow the sequence. This provides students with multiple entry and multiple exit opportunities.
|GRN-101||4||Introduction to Gerontology Careers|
|GRN-102||3||Public Policy and Aging|
|GRN-103||3||Diversity in Aging|
|GRN-104||3||Aging and the Health care System|
|GRN-105||3||Death and Dying|