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- Course Descriptions
- Course descriptions can be found in the online PDF version of the Bulletin
A minor in Gerontology will afford non-majors the opportunity to broaden their knowledge and skills to work with and support the aging.
Required Major Discipline Courses
|GERO101||Introduction to Gerontology I (Interdisciplinary)||3|
|GERO301||Wellness and the Elderly||3|
Elective Requirements(Select two courses from the following):
|ANTH302||Anthropology of Aging||3|
|BIO283||Biology of Aging||3|
|POL273||Politics of Aging||3|
|PSY280||Psychology of Geriatrics||3|
|PSY283||Psychology of Death and Dying||3|
|SOC236||Sociology of Aging||3|