The graduate certificate in gerontology builds upon undergraduate education or work experience through course work in aging studies. The 12 s.h. program includes a 3 s.h. core course, and 9 s.h. of selected electives.
Students may choose electives outside of those listed with approval of the program coordinator.
Master of Social Work students may use up to 3 s.h. of SOCW 6940, SOCW 6950, or SOCW 6960 if their field placement is in an aging-related setting.
Students seeking degrees outside of the social work program who are completing an aging-related internship may also use up to 3 s.h. of their placement towards completion of certificate electives with approval of the program coordinator.