Undergraduate Minor in Gerontology
Whatever your discipline, gerontology is relevant!
Requirements for the Undergraduate Minor
The undergraduate minor in Gerontology consists of 18 credit hours. Nine hours of core courses are required and nine hours to be selected by the student with advice and support from the department academic advisor.
Core courses required:
- GERO 2000 - Introduction to Gerontology
- GERO 3000 - Community Resources for Older Adults (on campus) OR GERO 4670 Programs and Services (online)
- GERO 4460 - Psychology of Adult Development and Aging
- GERO 4550 - Health Aspects of Aging*
*This course is not required but recommended for those seeking a career in health care.
Questions regarding the undergraduate minor in Gerontology can be directed to the Gerontology Undergraduate Academic Advisor:
Heather Ford, MA, CDP