School of Medicine
Students majoring in other areas can earn an Undergraduate Certificate in Aging or an Advanced Graduate Certificate in Gerontology through the Center on Aging.
Undergraduate Certificate in Aging
The undergraduate certificate requires 15 credits of approved gerontology courses in three different departments, three courses at the 300 level and two courses at or above the 400 level.
Advanced Graduate Certificate in Gerontology
The Advanced Graduate Certificate in Gerontology may be earned by taking
15 credits of course work in gerontology, at least 9 of which are at or
above the 600 level. Courses must be in three different fields (e.g. public
health, law, social work, sociology, etc.) and must include an interdisciplinary
seminar in aging and a field study experience with a related paper. With
permission, classified graduate students may double-count up to 6 credits
with their major area of study.
Post-Baccalaureate Certificate for Clinical Training
For students in medical technology, clinical training at affiliated clinical facilities follows graduation. A certificate is awarded at the completion of this training.
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