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B.S. in Applied Gerontology


The B.S. in Applied Gerontology prepares students to be competitive in a variety of aging related occupational venues and admission to a variety of graduate degree programs.

Minimum Total Credit Hours: 120

General Education Requirements

See the General Education/Core Curriculum for the School of Applied Sciences. Students in the applied gerontology major are allowed to take Math 120 to fulfill the College Algebra math requirement.

The BSAG degree requires an additional 27 hours in the following related subject areas:

Course Requirements

A major in Applied Gerontology requires the following 33 hours:

Other Academic Requirements

All Applied Gerontology majors must complete a recognized minor in an area other than Applied Gerontology. Students who are double majoring, or have completed a previous bachelors degree or hold an approved professional certification/license in a second degree area may request approval to waive the minor requirement.

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