M.S. - Gerontology., Graduate Certificate - Gerontology.
A Master of Science in Gerontology prepares graduates to assume professional leadership roles in the delivery of service to older people and their support networks, in the planning of services, in the administration of services, and in the training and instruction of older people and service providers.
The department also offers a graduate certificate providing specialized training in aging studies. The certificate complements and supplements other graduate majors. Individuals who have a master's or professional degree or who currently are enrolled in a master's degree program other than gerontology may enroll. The multidisciplinary certificate program provides knowledge that can be utilized across numerous agencies, institutional settings and professions.
A minimum undergraduate GPA of 2.75.
Three letters of recommendation.
Language testing scores(International students).
# of Credits Required:
International Student Requirements:
In addition to submitting an application, application fee, GRE/GMAT scores, and 3 letters of recommendation, international students must also submit scores from a language admission exam and financial documentation showing availability of funds for graduate study. Qualifying language admission exams and required scores are as follows:
TOEFL: 213 on the computer exam, 550 on the paper exam or 79 on the iBT with no subscore under 17;
Michigan Placement Test: 80;
Tuition & Financial Aid
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Tuition Out of State Full Time:
Financial Aid Offered: Yes
Classification: Master's Colleges & Universities I
Institution Sector: Public
Locale: Small City
Size & Settings: 10,000 - 19,999