With the increasing number of aging adults in society, the Gerontology concentration provides for diverse and growing career opportunities in wellness, rehabilitation, marketing, interior design, health care, policy development, government, and law. With a graduate degree, you should be in a leadership role to advance the broad understanding of the diverse and complex issues, challenges, and opportunities that face individuals and society in aging.
- An earned bachelor's degree
- A minimum 2.5 GPA on your last 60 hours of undergraduate study
- Official transcripts
- International students with 3-year degrees will be considered on a case-by-case basis by the graduate dean
- Added concentration-specific requirements may apply
School Accreditation Statement
Higher Learning Commission