The Gerontology Certificate program prepares current and prospective personnel within the health care and human service sectors to provide services appropriate for an increasing population of aging clients. Students will develop knowledge, skills, and attitudes conducive to the promotion of optimal wellness of geriatric clients. The certificate program is comprised of approximately 14 credit hours of courses, to be taken on a part-time basis and completed in two regular semesters.
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Gerontology Embedded Program Application
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