The Aging and Health Minor is designed for degree candidates from any college in the university who want to specialize in the gerontological aspects of their discipline or to understand the aging process more fully. It is a great addition for majors from nursing, biology, sociology, medical laboratory science, and psychology. The minor offers courses in:

  • health promotion in adulthood
  • maintenance of cognitive health
  • management of chronic health and disability
  • aging in our society
  • aging throughout the lifespan

We also provide in depth coverage of certain conditions, including autistic spectrum disorders, cerebral palsy, Down's Syndrome that are typically associated with childhood and early development, in addition to other conditions, such as multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injury, and traumatic brain injury.

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Andrew Revell

Associate Professor
Liberal Arts 367