Master's Degree - Gerontology
Credit hours to complete degree: 36
Last Updated: 12/4/2023 4:00 pm
Core Courses 24 credit hours
Elective Courses 12 credit hours
Cross-Program Electives 3 - 6 credit hours
These electives, offered by faculty in the family financial planning graduate program, provide students with unique opportunities to network with financial planning graduate students and expert faculty while expanding their toolkit for supporting the aging population.
Independent Study/Practicum 1 - 6 credit hours
Required or elective courses such as creative components, directed studies, practica, research, and theses are available through your home university. Consult with your academic advisor about course selection and scheduling.
Independent Study/Practicum Course or Instructor Availability by Year and Semester
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