Aging Sciences Graduate Minor

This graduate minor provides interdisciplinary graduate education in the aging sciences through formal course work, research requirements and experiential learning that is aligned with the student's career goals in aging.

The Aging Sciences minor requires that master's students select 15 credits from the following courses. Doctoral students must select 18 credits.

Required Courses
BB 650SELECTED TOPICS IN BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOPHYSICS (Molecular Mechanisms of Aging)3
Select one of the following:4
SEMINAR (Research and Professional Topics in Aging [Taken 4 terms])
SEMINAR (Research and Professional Topics in Aging [Taken 4 terms])
SEMINAR (Research and Professional Topics in Aging [Taken 4 terms])
GRAD 520RESPONSIBLE CONDUCT OF RESEARCH2
HDFS 565TOPICS IN HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND FAMILY SCIENCES (Behavioral and Social Sciences of Aging)3
Select 4 or more credits from the following areas:4
Computer Science
SELECTED TOPICS IN COMPUTER SCIENCE (Data Visualization)
SELECTED TOPICS IN COMPUTER SCIENCE (Human-Computer Interaction)
Kinesiology
MOTOR CONTROL AND MOVEMENT DYSFUNCTION
BIOMECHANICS OF MUSCULOSKELETAL INJURY
HEALTH PROMOTION FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
LIFESPAN SPORT AND EXERCISE PSYCHOLOGY
SPECIAL TOPICS (Bone Physiology)
SPECIAL TOPICS IN NUTRITION
Human Development and Family Sciences
ADULT DEVELOPMENT AND AGING
SOCIAL GERONTOLOGY
ADVANCED TOPICS IN ADULT DEVELOPMENT AND AGING
Nutrition
HEALTH BENEFITS OF FUNCT FOODS, NUTRACEUT, DIETARY SUPPLEMEN
HUMAN NUTRITION SCIENCE
HUMAN NUTRITION SCIENCE
COMMUNITY NUTRITION
SPECIAL TOPICS IN NUTRITION (Bone Physiology)
SPECIAL TOPICS IN NUTRITION RESEARCH
SPECIAL TOPICS IN NUTRITION (Advances in Cancer Research)
SPECIAL TOPICS IN NUTRITION RESEARCH
SPECIAL TOPICS IN NUTRITION (Advances in Metabolic Disease)
SPECIAL TOPICS IN NUTRITION RESEARCH
Philosophy
BIOMEDICAL ETHICS
DEATH AND DYING
Psychology
COGNITION RESEARCH
HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY
Public Health
HEALTH, AGING AND CONTROL OF CHRONIC DISEASES
ECONOMIC ISSUES IN HEALTH AND MEDICAL CARE
EPIDEMIOLOGY OF AGING
LONG-TERM CARE ALTERNATIVES
FINANCING AND ADMINISTRATION OF LONG-TERM CARE
PROGRAM PLANNING/PROPOSAL WRITING IN HEALTH/HUMAN SERVICES
Sociology
SOCIOLOGY OF AGING

Minor Code: 3755