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Master of Arts in Human Development, Gerontology

Location

Online

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Program disclosures for Online

Enhance your credentials and take on the challenge of complex social issues with the Masters of Arts in Human Development, Gerontology specialization. You will be asked to propose solutions to problems involving human sexuality, aging, and end-of-life decisions. Through multiple case studies, you will confront realistic death and dying scenarios and gain critical understanding of the physical and psychological aspects of aging .

Graduation Requirements

To fulfill the requirements for the Master of Arts in Human Development, Gerontology specialization, you must successfully:

  • Complete program coursework of 30 credits
  • Earn a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.00.

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