The Graduate Certificate in Social Aspects of Aging is a multi-disciplinary program designed to offer a limited number of academically and professionally oriented graduate experiences in aging.
The graduate certificate program is located within the Department of Sociology and Anthropology in cooperation with the Departments of Family and Consumer Sciences, Psychology, Health Sciences, Speech Pathology and Audiology, and the School of Social Work.
Students who seek the certificate in conjunction with a degree in an academic department or school must meet admission requirements for that unit. Students who seek only the graduate certificate must meet University graduate admission requirements and be admitted to the Graduate School. Students must maintain a 3.00 GPA in certificate courses to be awarded the certificate.
Twelve hours are required, which include the following:
For more information, contact Dr. Chris Wellin at (309) 438-7698 or email@example.com.