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Minor in Gerontology

The Gerontology minor provides students with an integrated understanding of the process of aging, aging services, and the aged in America. The Gerontology minor option is available only for NDSU students completing a bachelor's degree. The Gerontology minor is 19 credits. If you plan to obtain this minor, be sure to plan well in advance as it may take two years to complete this minor due to the course rotation schedule.

Required Core Courses

Required Core Courses (3 CREDITS)

Required Core Courses (3 CREDITS)

Elective Courses (3 CREDITS)

Total Credits: 19

 


 

Contact Information

NDSU Department of Human Development and Family Science
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Web: http://www.ndsu.edu/hdfs/

NDSU Distance & Continuing Education
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NDSU Office of Admission
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