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UNDERGRADUATE BULLETIN 2005 - 2007
Aging Studies Concentration
This concentration provides an in-depth understanding of the aging process. Usually the recommended major is sociology, psychology, or religious studies, but other majors may be considered. The concentration consists of 22 hours, including 12 hours of required courses in sociology, psychology, and religious studies, and a required four-hour internship. The remaining six hours consist of approved electives. All the hours may be easily subsumed under Core and major requirements. The following are required: PS 265; RL 260; SC 285, 475, 485 or 490. The two electives, each from a different department, must be chosen from the following: CO 210; HS 310; PS 286, 457; RL 361; SC 295, 310, 415, 493.
Coordinator: Dr. Phyllis Braudy Harris, Department of Sociology.
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