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Courses for Graduate Certificate in Aging Studies
The Graduate Certificate in Aging Studies requires a minimum of 12 hours of credit hours. All core classes and many electives are available on-line in a flexible format.
*Click below for a listing of classes being offered.
Required Core Courses (9 hours):
GERO 501—Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Aging
GERO 503—Policy Foundations of Aging Services
GERO 505—Development & Change in Aging Programs
Elective Courses (3 hours) offered on-line and face to face.
*Contact Director of Center for Gerontology, Dr. Dana Burr Bradley at firstname.lastname@example.org, for other courses that may be substituted as electives.
GERO 510 Current Issues in Aging
GERO 581 Global Aging
GERO 590 Independent Study in Aging Studies
ADED 520 Methods for Teaching Older Adults
ADED 530 Program Planning for Adults
ADED 611 Adult Learning and Development
CD 489G Geriatric Communication Disorders
HMD 585 Nutrition for the Elderly
HCA 540 Health Care Org & Management
HCA 541 Strategic Mgt & Marketing Health Services
HCA 571 Managed Care
NURS 503 Advanced Health Assessment
NURS 548 Primary Care: Adults
PH 443G Health & Aging
PH 444G Death, Dying and Bereavement
PH 464G Women’s Health
PHIL 426G Philosophy and Old Age
PSYS 423G Psychology of Adult Life and Aging
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