The University of Indianapolis Center for Aging & Community offers undergraduate and graduate courses in aging studies in a completely online format. Registration Fall 2012 courses is open through July 15.
Undergraduates interested in enhancing their degree program may pursue the Undergraduate Certificate in Aging Studies, which can be earned by taking four 3-credit courses.
People who have already earned a bachelor's degree can pursue a Graduate Certificate in Gerontology (18 credit hours), a Master's degree in Gerontology (36 credit hours) or a Graduate Certificate in Project Management for Human Services Professionals (9 credit hours). Click here for more information on all of our online programs.
A new cohort for the Project Management Certificate will begin in Fall 2012. Other courses available in Fall 2012 include:
Upcoming undergraduate courses:
- GERO 301: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Aging
- GERO 305: Physical Dimensions of Aging
- GERO 501: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Aging
- GERO 505: Physical Dimensions of Aging
- GERO 571: Program Evaluation
- GERO 587: Project Management I: Executing Effective Projects