The Gerontology Certificate is comprised of 18 credits. The required introductory course (3 credits) provides a foundation in biological, psychological, sociological, and applied aspects of aging. An additional 12 credits are chosen by the student from a variety of disciplinary courses relevant to gerontology. The final 3-credit requirement is a practicum that involves applied work in a setting serving older individuals.
To earn the Certificate, you must:
1. meet all regular IPFW admission requirements (refer to Part 8 of the Undergraduate Bulletin);