Bachelor Program

Bachelor of Science in Aging Sciences

A Bachelor of Science in Aging Sciences entails 36 credit hours of course work. These 36 credit hours include a core of six required courses.

Required Courses:

Aging Science students complete 15 additional elective hours. Elective courses are available to gain specialized expertise in areas such as mental health and aging, geriatric care management, aging and business management, assisted living and Alzheimer's disease care. Finally, students complete 3 credit hours of a major capstone experience: Internship, Directed Research or Senior Seminar in Aging. Students should plan to meet frequently with the departmental advisor to plan courses and field work that will prepare them for their career goals.