The undergraduate Aging Studies Concentration consists of a 22-semester-hour curriculum, including 12 semester hours of required core courses in sociology and criminology, psychology and religion, as well as a four semester hour internship. The remaining six hours may be taken as electives in approved courses.

Core Course Requirements:

  • SC 285 – Aging, Health, and Society (3 credits)
  • PS 265 – Adulthood and Aging (3 credits)
  • RL 260 – Moral Decision Making (3 credits)
  • SC 490 – Multicultural Counseling (3 credits)

Internship Seminar:

SC 475 – Internship and Seminar (4 cr.)

Electives:
Two electives from different departments must be chosen from the following.

  • PL 302 – Introduction To Ethics  (3 credits)
  • PL 316 – Bioethics  (3 credits)
  • PS 386 – Mind, Brain, Behavior  (3 credits)
  • PS 457 – Psychopathology (3 credits)
  • PS 462 – Counseling Theory and Practice (3 credits)
  • RL 363 – Religion, Ethics, and Genetics (3 credits)
  • SC 273 – Public Health in US Society
  • SC 295 – Death & Dying (3 credits)
  • SC 493 – Independent Study (3 credits)