The undergraduate certificate in Aging Studies program is designed for undergraduate students who wish to add aging studies to their body of knowledge, for personal or professional reasons. A background in aging studies will give job seekers an advantage in many settings. Some professionals work directly with older adults, others may work on behalf of older adults, and still others provide goods and services to older adults.
The Undergraduate Certificate in Aging Studies program consists of 12 credit hours and is comprised of four courses. Two courses are offered in each the Fall and Winter semesters. Students may choose to take the courses in totally online format or through the University’s School of Adult Learning, which offers a five-week campus classroom format.
For more information about the undergraduate program in Aging Studies, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (317) 791-5930 or 800-232-8634.
Undergraduate Certificate Course Descriptions