Professors Anderson, G. Beagley, Davis, Dixon and Thorsen; Associate Professor Fobes; Assistant Professor Batchelder.
Gerontology is an interdisciplinary minor drawing on our faculty's broad range of research and professional experience with aging. The minor helps students prepare for the numerous careers which are affected by the increase in the older population.
Core of 24-26 credits: EHS 212 or BIO 101, GER 385, GER 480, PHL 229, PSY 260, PSY 280 (Advanced Psychology of Aging), SOA 234, and at least two elective credits from any course(s) deemed relevant by the Gerontology Advisory Committee.
|GER *480.||Senior Seminar|
|Multidisciplinary capstone seminar for gerontology minors.|