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Graduate Gerontology (GERO)

The prerequisite for 50000-69999 level courses is graduate standing. Additional prerequisites may apply and are listed in this catalog.

51093 Variable Title Workshop in Gerontology (1-3)

Workshop setting dealing with a topic or topics in the field of gerontology. Prerequisite: Graduate student standing. S/U grading.

51095 Special Topics in Gerontology (1-4)
Discussion of a major topic or topics within the field of gerontology.

51096 Individual Investigation in Gerontology (1-3)
Independent study in the area of gerontology.

54030 Adult Development and Aging (3)

Examines development processes across adulthood. Evaluation of theoretical models and scientific literature.

54032 Long Term Care Administration (3)

Presents an overview and introduction to the principles of long-term care (LTC) administration and other administration options.

54092 Practicum in Gerontology (3-10)
Observation and participation in long-term care (LTC) administration and other administration options.

61091 Seminar in Gerontology (1-3)
Seminar dealing with topics in the field of gerontology.

61191 Interdisciplinary Seminar in Gerontology (3)
Course is designed to assist students in developing the knowledge and skills needed to understand major issues in gerontological theory, research and practice from a multidisciplinary perspective.

64022 Family Life in the Later Years (3)

Research on families in the later years is reviewed, with a particular emphasis on its utility to family life practitioners.