Summer / Fall 2015: Gerontology Electives, Undergraduate and Graduate
Register in GERO unless in the social work (SOWK) program.
- Flyer 1 Summer 2015 Gerontology Courses Flyer (PDF)
- Flyer 2 Fall 2015 Gerontology Courses Flyer (PDF)
Happy Birthday Babyboomers born between 1946 – 1964.
The Youngest of the Babyboomers turns 50 in 2014.
The over 50 age group makes up 1/3 of the U.S. population.
Welcome to Gerontology
Gerontology is the study of the biological, psychological, and sociological phenomena associated with old age and aging.
The Graduate Gerontology Certificate was reactivated in the Spring 2008. The Gerontology program also offers a Minor in Gerontology to undergraduate students. The newly revised and updated program is multidisciplinary and designed to complement studies in a variety of other disciplines.
What opportunities are available to students?
Because of our location in the capital city, Little Rock, students have immediate access to hands on learning through our affiliations with organizations such as Arkansas State Hospital, Central Arkansas Veteran’s Health Administration, UAMS and other area agencies.
Welcome to this “booming” area of study!
Gerontology Gainful Employment Information
Gainful Employment Data Disclosure (2012-2013 Completers) MS-Word Document