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Students in the Certificate program must be admitted to or currently enrolled at Indiana University. The certificate requires 12 credit hours of graduate course work with a minimum cumulative GPA in certificate courses of 3.0.
Complete the following courses (6 cr.):
- SPH-B 675 Practicum in Gerontology (3 cr.)*
- SPH-H 524/EDUC P513 Multidisciplinary Perspectives in Gerontology (3 cr.)
- EDUC-D 505 Adult Learning through the Lifespan (3cr.)
- EDUC-D 506 Adult Education Planning and Development (3cr.)
- EDUC-P 517 Adult Development and Aging (3 cr.)
- EDUC-P 518 Social Aspects of Aging and Aging Families (3 cr.)
- SPH-B 535 Contemporary Issues in Aging and Health (3 cr.)
- SPH-B 615 Health, Longevity, and Integrative Therapies for the Later Years (3 cr.)
* Other practicum/internship courses may be substituted for SPH-B 675 with advisor approval.
The following is a typical sequence in which students complete the required courses:
- B535 Contemporary Issues in Aging and Health - 3 Credits or
- P518 Social Aspects of Aging and Aging Families - 3 Credits
- B615 Health, Longevity, and Integ. Therapies in the Later Years - 3 Credits
- H524 or P513 Multidisciplinary Perspectives in Gerontology - 3 Credits or
- P517 Adult Development and Aging - 3 Credits
- B675 Practicum - 3 Credits
For more information about this program, please contact:
School of Public Health Office of Online Education
Indiana University - Bloomington
(812) 855 -6812