Gerontology Program

School of Health and Human Sciences

212 Ferguson Building

336-256-1020

www.uncg.edu/gro

 

Interdisciplinary Faculty and Advisors

Janice I. Wassel, Program Director

 

Rebecca G. Adams, Department of Sociology

Beth E. Barba, School of Nursing

Anne R. Daniel, Department of Public Health Education

Laurie M. Kennedy-Malone, School of Nursing

Kenneth A. Klase, Department of Business Administration

Sandra Leak, Department of Public Health Education

Jane E. Myers, Department of Counseling and Educational Development

Olav Rueppell, Department of Biology

Sudha Shreeniwas, Department of Human Development and Family Studies

William L. Tullar, Department of Business Administration

 

There are no undergraduate areas of study in gerontology. See the Graduate School Bulletin for graduate programs. A Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in gerontology is offered through the School of Health and Human Sciences. Sixteen semester hours are required. Undergraduate students at UNCG who plan to undertake graduate study at UNCG, and who need no more than 12 semester hours of work to fulfill all requirements for the bachelor’s degree, may enroll in the Graduate School. See the Dual Registration topic in the Graduate School Bulletin.


 

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