The curricula presented below is an example only. The example provided assume the program will take you three semesters to complete. It may be adjusted to accommodate more or fewer semesters. You may take courses in any order you wish. Approximately 10 credits per semester will require you to spend 30 hours per week on coursework. If you adjust your credits, your time commitment will change proportionally.
GMS 6483 Theories of Aging, GMS 6099 Research Methods in Gerontology and GMS 6484 Geriatric and Age-Related Diseases should be the first three courses you take.
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Course Path Example:
Semester 1 (Fall)
|GMS 6483 – Theories of Aging||3|
|GMS 6099 – Research Methods in Gerontology||3|
|GMS 6484 – Geriatric and Age-Related Disease||3|
|GMS 6486 – Biology of Aging||3|
Semester 2 (Spring)
|GMS 6485 – Population-Based Research on Aging||3|
|GMS 6715 – Healthy Aging: Behavioral Outcomes||3|
|GMS 6771 – Clinical Neuroscience of Aging||3|
|GMS 6487 – Anti-Aging Interventions||3|
Semester 3 (Summer)
|GMS 6717 – Healthy Aging in the New Millennium||3|
|GMS 6495 – Data Science and Technology in Gerontology||3|
|GMS 6491 – Aging Research Journal Club||1|
|GMS 6495 – Aging Practicum (Master’s Thesis)||3|
|GMS 6440 – Fundamentals of Medical Physiology||1|
|GMS 6474 – Medical Cardiovascular & Muscle Physiology||3|
|GMS 6419 – Medical Endocrine Physiology||3|