Bachelor in Behavioral Science - Gerontology
Dobbs Ferry, USA
USD 18,934 / per year *
Earliest start date
* for the 2019-2020 academic year
Demand has never been higher for professionals who specialize in gerontology. The Gerontology concentration brings focus to the study of aging. It is concerned with the psychological, sociological, and behavioral aspects of the life course and lifespan. Learn the skills you need to excel in a rewarding and growing field.
As the aging population grows, graduates with a gerontology degree have obtained positions in academia, research, direct care, non-profits, governmental agencies, business, and product development. With a degree in aging, the possibilities are endless.
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