This degree is designed to prepare students as professionals in the rapidly expanding career field of aging. With the aging population expected to double in the next 30 years, individuals with a specialization to serve this population will be in demand.
The program is interdisciplinary and addresses the needs of students from varied academic backgrounds. A total of 39 semester hours are required for completion of this program and includes the option of completing either a thesis or an internship. The program consists of 24 semester hours of core courses and electives carefully chosen in conjunction with your advisor.
Prerequisite courses recommended are:
Academic Learning Plan (pdf)
For information about the program, please refer to the UWF Catalog
For more information regarding please refer to the Graduate Admissions requirements.