Graduate Certificate of Gerontology
- Graduate non-degree seeking
- As part of your master's or doctoral degree studies
- By undergraduate students enrolled in the Honors Program
The Certificate prepares you to address our aging society where you live and work. Courses are taught by faculty across campus and cover the public health, social, psychological, and biological aspects of aging. Six courses, 18 credit hours, are required. A typical 3 credit course meets about 3 hours per week for 15 weeks. Courses are offered on the UGA campus in Athens during the day or evening.
- What is gerontology?
- Careers in aging?
- What are the program's goals?
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Non-degree students
- How do I apply?
- How much are the tuition and fees?
- What are the requirements?
- What are the curriculum policies?
What forms will I need?
During the first semester of enrollment, students are asked to complete the Registrar's form which enrolls them in the Certificate through UGA’s Athena program, and ensures the Certificate appears on their transcript.
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For more information concerning the Graduate Certificate of Gerontology, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.