Gerontology, Minor

Program Description

The minor in gerontology provides students with a solid background in different issues related to adult development and aging in order to prepare them to serve the aging population in various capacities. The minor incorporates courses from the schools of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, Education and Professional Studies, and Engineering, Science and Technology. For more information, refer to the Gerontology page linked here.

Program Curriculum

Requirements (19 credits):

Total Credit Hours: 19

Faculty

Adam Bourgoin
Assistant Professor
Nursing
Copernicus Hall 22514
860.832.3104
Allison Seifert Gonzales
Assistant Professor
Physical Education & Human Performance
Kaiser Hall 01807
860.832.2791
Andrea June
Associate Professor
Psychological Science
Marcus White Hall 221
860.832.3105
Carrie Andreoletti
Professor, Assistant Chair
Psychological Science
Marcus White Hall 209
860.832.1646
Christina Barmon
Associate Professor
Sociology
Bassett Hall 317-04
(860) 832.3136
Heather Rodriguez
Associate Professor
Sociology
Bassett Hall 317-03
860.832.2985