Undergraduate students in any major in the College of Arts and Sciences may seek an interdisciplinary minor in gerontology designed to increase awareness of issues of our aging population. The minor will augment a variety of career paths, including service provision, administration, psychology, the health professions, and education or research. Students should contact the Program Director to discuss the required 18-credit plan of study. The minor may also be integrated with the Bachelor of Health Sciences or the Bachelor of Liberal Arts degree.
|SOCIOL 410R||Aging In Contemporary Society||3|
|PSYCH 441||Adult Development and Aging||3|
|A&S 415||The Aging Body: Causes and Consequences||3|
|A&S 492||Field Practicum In Aging 1||3|
The practicum requirement should be enrolled in after all other core requirements are completed.
Six elective credit hours can be taken to complete the program. Students should contact the gerontology program director to identify appropriate electives.