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Discover Careers in Aging

Aging is a multidisciplinary field. The study of aging integrates practices and knowledge from several areas of study, including biology, sociology, and psychology.

COVID-19 Update: Temporary Emergency Admission Exam Waiver

Due to current admission exam testing difficulties amid the COVID-19 pandemic, most University of Florida graduate degree programs are waiving the GRE, GMAT, and FE requirement for applicants seeking Fall 2020, Spring 2021, Summer A/B/C 2021, and Fall 2021 admission. This temporary emergency waiver applies only to admission for those…

UF Aging Online Gerontology Master’s Program Receives Top Ranking

The University of Florida’s Department of Aging and Geriatric Research’s online master’s program was ranked #4 out of the “Top 30” Master’s in Gerontology Degree Programs for 2020 by Intelligent.com. The online degree provides students a comprehensive and personalized curriculum in gerontology. Three specialty tracks including…

Forbes names UF a top-10 employer among public universities

As the University of Florida rises in stature in a variety of educational fields, Forbes has recognized the university as one of “America’s Best Employers” in its annual ranking of large and midsized organizations. UF came in sixth among public universities and 17th among all universities that made the…

What can I do with a masters degree in Gerontology?

Don’t worry. We get asked this question a lot. Professionals in the field of aging work in a variety of settings, including community and service organizations, long-term care institutions, hospitals, governmental agencies, academic settings, and research organizations. Some professionals work directly with older adults, while others work as educators and…