The Gerontology minor is designed to inform master's students regarding health and illness issues for older adults in the context of individuals, families, and society. The three courses in the gerontology minor focus on key physical, emotional, and social developmental issues, health promotion and illness prevention, quality of life emphasizing older adult's dignity and functional independence.
Course of Study
Core Courses (3 course units)
NURS628 - Mental Health and Aging
NURS644 - Health Care in an Aging Society
NURS648 - Primary Care: Complex Diagnosis and Management of Adults across the Lifespan