Ger 326: Gerontology: Social Welfare Aspects
This intergenerational service-learning class provides an introduction
to the field of gerontology with a foundation in the bio-psycho-social
aspects of aging. Emphasis will be on incorporating current knowledge
with experiential components to familiarize those in social work and
related fields (health care, law) about aging and professional work with
an older population. Community service learning opportunities will be an
integral part of the course.
- Pre-Requisite: 24 Earned Hours
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