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2014-2015 Undergraduate & Graduate Catalog

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Aging and Adult Life Minor

Knowledge of aging can improve your interactions with older people; it can prepare you to make sound plans for you own later life. It can help you understand what public policy development is needed for the elderly and prepare you for employment in the field of aging. The courses in the sequence, described as follows, are designed to be taken by undergraduates, as well as interested persons from the community at large.

This minor is designed to appeal to those students whose major academic preparation is in sociology, psychology, social work, business, education, nursing, public administration, biology, economics, political science, health sciences, or recreation.

Please contact Interim Coordinator Professor Marshall Battani at [email protected]

Requirements for a Minor in Aging and Adult Life

Students who wish to minor in aging and adult life are required to complete 21 hours in the minor. Students must complete the following:

Additional Course Requirements

Students must also complete three additional courses to be selected from:

Aging and Adult Life Program Description

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