One three-unit internship at the 300/400 level in a related field. An internship is a supervised experience working within the community. Internships are coordinated through the student’s major department.
Additional elective courses are available in selected departments across campus. Such additional electives are chosen in consultation with the major department adviser and with the approval of the Gerontology Program Adviser or Coordinator. Up to nine units of coursework may be applied to both the major and Gerontology minor.
* Meets General Education requirement.
Majors That Complement the Minor in Gerontology
The Gerontology minor is available and appropriate to strengthen and otherwise complement the coursework of students in many majors. Notation of the minor appears on the transcript and the diploma.