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Gerontology (GERO) Graduate Courses Listing

Gerontology 5070 Directed Studies View Details
A student may undertake an independent study in a gerontological topic under the direction of a faculty member. The nature of such works will be clearly defined and agreed upon the by the student and faculty involved.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Special Topic: Yes
Notes: Students may not take more than two Directed Studies.

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Gerontology 5090 Special Topics View Details
Selected topics in Gerontology are offered each year to allow students to participate in areas of their choice and are determined by student demand and/or faculty availability and school approval.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Special Topic: Yes

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Gerontology 5710 Research and Theory in Gerontology View Details
An interdisciplinary investigation of research and theory in gerontology with emphasis on the aging process from biological, psychological and sociological perspectives.
Credit Weight: 0.5

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Gerontology 5790 Gerontology Research Seminar View Details
An examination of recent cutting-edge research in gerontology. The course will include presentations on different issues in gerontology where students will elaborate on research issues and findings relevant to their interests and disciplines, and present their own work. All students in the Specialization in Gerontology are required to participate in this seminar course.
Credit Weight: 0.0
Grade Scheme: Pass/Fail
Notes: A non-credit required course. Restricted to students in the Gerontology Specialization.

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