Professors Anderson, G. Beagley, Davis, Dixon and Thorsen; Associate Professor Fobes; Assistant Professor Batchelder.
- Core of 24-26 credits which must include Sociology and Anthropology 234, Psychology 260, Exercise and Health Science 212 (Physiology of Aging), Philosophy 229 and Psychology 280 (Advanced Psychology of Aging.)
- Four-credit practicum Gerontology 385.
- Two-credit multidisciplinary capstone seminar Gerontology 480.
- At least two elective credits from any course(s) deemed relevant to gerontology by the Gerontology Advisory Committee. Approved elective courses include Sociology and Anthropology 237; Psychology, Exercise and Health Science, Sociology and Anthropology or Religious Studies 399.
|GER *480.||Senior Seminar|
|Multidisciplinary capstone seminar for gerontology minors.|