Post-Master's Certificate in Gerontological Services, M.S.- Degree with Gerontological Counseling Option;M.S. -Degree with Human Services Administration
The Gerontological Services program is designed to train or retrain a broad range of qualified personnel to meet the varied and changing needs of the elderly population. Current social concerns acknowledge the need to increase understanding of the broader dimensions of aging, as well as services provided to the growing elderly population in society. This program attempts to address these needs by providing practitioners and students opportunities to enhance their knowledge and skills for work in the field of aging.
Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, Middle States Commission on Higher Education
International Student Requirements:
International students (seeking or holding non-immigrant visas) intending degree-seeking study must complete and submit the Application Form, along with all credentials and the required $35 USD application fee directly to the Graduate Admissions Office.