MS in Human Development and Family Science - Gerontology
North Dakota State University - Graduate School
2 - 3 years
USD 600 / per credit *
Earliest start date
* $600 per credit hour is the tuition for all students, regardless of residency
The M.S. in Human Development and Family Science Gerontology option requires 36 credits, and is offered fully online. An advanced degree in the field of Gerontology can benefit the professional in social work, nursing, counseling, recreation, public policy, long-term care administration, medicine, architecture, interior design, psychology, adult education, and rehabilitation therapy.
A degree in the field of gerontology equips the student with a broad range of skills, essential for improving the lives of others. People who are interested in gerontology come from many disciplines, professions, and clinical areas.