Gerontology Undergraduate Minor
The Gerontology minor consists of four 3-credit courses, one of which is required (GRO 201) and none of which can count as credit towards the major.
- Minimum of 12 credit hours
|Introduction to Gerontology: Thinking about Aging|
|Select 9 credits from the following: *||9|
|Biology of Aging|
|Communication and Aging|
|Intro Adult Language Disorders|
|Recreation Services with Underrepresented Groups|
or ENT 411
|Gerontology Independent Study|
|Human Development Across the Life Span|
|Exercise and Older Adults|
|Nutrition Throughout the Life Cycle|
|Philosophy of Aging|
|Psychology of Aging|
|Religion, Ritual, and the Arts|
|Social Services for the Aging|
Chosen from the courses listed or other courses with a focus on aging under advisement from the Gerontology Undergraduate Coordinator.
Note: Some of these courses require prerequisites or permission of the instructor, but it is possible to complete the minor without taking any of those courses.