Gerontology - Healthy Aging Track
The likelihood that an American who reaches the age of 65 will survive to the age of 90 has nearly doubled over the past 40 years.
Who is going to help these individuals learn how to age healthfully?
You’re going to learn how to analyze, interpret, and make an impact on the factors that influence an older person’s health status.
As a health educator, you will play a key role in helping your clients age healthfully.
After completing a 24-credit core curriculum in the major, students will take the following required courses customized for their chosen track.
Curriculum: Gerontology – Healthy Aging Track
- For complete Curriculum Information for the Gerontology - Healthy Aging Track, visit the GSU Catalog.
Take the next step in your education path. For information about how to apply to the Bachelor in Community Health program, visit us online at www.govst.edu/chhs/bch. For student advising, contact Shavron Henry at 708.534.4923, firstname.lastname@example.org. For GSU admission information, call the Office of Admission at 708.534.4490, or 800.GSU.8GSU.