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Trask Coliseum, Room 156
601 South College Road
Wilmington, NC 28403-5956
Phone: (910) 962-3250
Fax: (910) 962-7073
Students study the processes of aging. Although aging begins before birth, most people studying gerontology are concerned with changes in middle age and later life.It is concerned with the study of the body, intellectual ability, family relations, employment and retirement, health care, programs for seniors and many other aspects influencing aging.
This interdisciplinary program, housed in SHAHS, finds its students working in retirement communities, health care organizations, government agencies, community and human services and many other agencies and organizations concerned with the quality of life of older adults and the aging process.
Prospective Student Resources:
- M.S. in Applied Gerontology
- Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Gerontology
- M.A. in Liberal Studies with a Concentration in Gerontology
- Minor in Gerontology with 6 credit hours of Electives (PDF)
- Applying for Graduate School
- Personal Narrative for Applicants: M.S. in Applied Gerontology (PDF)
- Student Learning Outcomes (PDF)
- Professional Organizations in Aging