College of Natural and Health Sciences
School of Human Sciences
Survey of the field of gerontology with attention to the physical, psychological, social, economic and cross-cultural aspects of aging. (LAC, gtP)
Examine and apply methods for developing and writing grant proposals, including understanding appropriate ways to identify and seek funding sources. Identify key elements in writing and managing a fundable grant.
Completion of 21 hours of required gerontology courses. Only 12 credits may be counted towards degree program. S/U graded. Repeatable, maximum of 15 credits.
6 - 15