A multi-disciplinary four-year degree for students seeking careers in aging, pre-health, administration and wellness.
The Bachelor of Multidisciplinary Studies (BMS) is a flexible, individualized degree program designed especially for adults. The BMS is ideal for adults seeking degree completion or pursuing a college degree for the first time.
An 18 credit hour program offered for students to complement an existing degree at the undergraduate level through course work and practical experience with older adults.
An 18 credit hour program ideal for students who may already have experience working with older adults or who are interested in gaining classroom knowledge.
An 18 credit hour program offered for students to complement an existing degree at the graduate level through course work and practical experience with older adults.
A cooperative program between University of Nebraska Omaha (UNO) Gerontology and University of Nebraska Lincoln (UNL) Interior Design. This program educates students about the built environment for older adults.
A degree designed for practitioners already working with older adults or people aspiring to work with elders.
A degree designed for practitioners who wish to gain additional insight from research in the field of aging and continuiting students.
Available in collaboration with the UNL College of Law and the UNO Department of Gerontology.
An opportunity for students to develop the necessary skills and knowledge to conduct research in order to generate new understanding of the aging process.
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