• Two-year (full-time) Master’s degree in Gerontology
    • -Master’s thesis option- 30 semester hours
    • -Non-thesis option- 36 semester hours
  • Flexible and student-friendly design
    • -Year-round admission
    • -Full-time or part-time status
  • Core courses- 24 credit hours
  • Electives- 12 credit hours
  • Elder mentor program
  • Student practicum
  • Service-learning projects
  • Research activities
  • Multi-disciplinary faculty/collaboration