The Graduate Certificate in Clinical Aging Sciences is designed to provide practitioners and allied health professional with advanced knowledge in clinical aging research and practice. This program provides clinically relevant education to persons working with or interested in working with older adults in various settings including long-term care facilities, mental health centers, counseling agencies, hospitals, and other settings concerned with the physical and emotional well-being of older adults. This Certificate does not prepare students for clinical licensure but provides students with courses that enhance their understanding of the biopsychosocial aspect of the aging process.
Graduate Certificate Admissions and Process
Students must apply and be admitted into the Graduate Certificate to be eligible to receive a Graduate Certificate. Applicants are encouraged to contact the Graduate Certificate Director prior to applying.
Applicants must meet the following admission requirements:
Or other graduate course approved by the Graduate Director
While the certificate may be completed through entirely online classes, there are some traditionally delivered courses that may be applied to the Certificate. Students interested in learning more about those classes and their offerings should contact the Certificate Director.
Graduate Certificate Time Limit
Five (5) Years.
Graduate Certificate Completion
For procedures to confirm completion of the Graduate Certificate, please refer to the website.