Course descriptions are listed at left. Fast facts about Graduate Certificate Program in Gerontology courses follow
- 7 courses (21 credits)
- Early coursework provides the foundation for subsequent courses and the curriculum culminates in a final capstone project that optimizes care and/or care environments for older adults.
- Courses build upon each other, thus students are expected to complete the curriculum in sequence.
- All courses are completed online, with no residential requirements.
- Class size limited to 15 students.
|Sept 9-Oct 25||GERO 625 Health Disparity in Aging|
|Sept 9-Oct 25||GERO 501 Interdisciplinary Approaches to Aging Research|
|Oct 28-Dec 13||GERO 650 Capstone Course: Creating Change|
|Oct 28-Dec 13|
|Jan 6-Feb 21||GERO 525 Health Literacy and Communication|
|Mar 3-Apr 25||GERO 575 Dementia and Memory|
|(Spring break Mar 24-28)|
|May 5-Jun 20||GERO 600 Aging and Disability|
|Sept 8-Oct 24||GERO 625 Health Disparity in Aging|
|Sept 8-Oct 24||GERO 501 Interdisciplinary Approaches to Aging Research|
|Oct 27-Dec 12||GERO 650 Capstone Course: Creating Change|
|Oct 27-Dec 12||GERO 550 Aging Brain and Body|