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Gerontology Certificate

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Gerontology Certificate

The Department of Human Development and the Program in Aging offer a Certificate in Gerontology.   The certificate reflects a high standard of training and experience in this specific area of human development. The requirements include H D 405, 497, 498, an internship that reflects the area of certification, and 15 credits taken from an approved list of courses. Students must maintain an overall GPA of 2.6 or better in those courses that count toward the certificate. 

Certificate requirements:

Required courses: H D 405, 497, and 498. Elective Courses, 15 credits minimum from the following: BIOLOGY 140; HBM 270, 497; H D 308, 360, 384, 385; KINES 264; MGMT 101, 301; PSYCH 320, 363, 490; SOC 351, 356.

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