Graduate Minor in Gerontology Studies
The graduate minor in gerontology consists of nine to 15 hours of aging-related course work approved as a graduate minor by the student's department/discipline. The MU Interdisciplinary Center on Aging will collaborate and provide assistance to both the student and his or her advisor. Twenty-three courses in more than 10 disciplines can be supplemented by independent and topics courses. Mentoring from experienced researchers on interdisciplinary research teams contributes to the learning curve of students specializing in aging studies. More than 40 teams are located throughout the university. Students are encouraged to contact the Interdisciplinary Center on Aging for help connecting with these productive groups of scholars.
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