Graduate Academic Certificate: Specialist in Aging
The graduate-level Specialist Certificate in Aging is designed for health and human service professionals who wish to complement their existing knowledge and skills with an understanding of aging and services for the aged. The 15 semester hours required may be completed entirely with on-line classes. Internet scheduling of courses applying to the Specialist Certificate rotates with on-campus offerings. Subject to individual course approval, students may transfer up to 3 graduate-level semester hours from another accredited college/university for use towards the certificate.
The Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
International Student Requirements:
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