This certificate will enhance skills for persons working with older adults in business, medical or social settings. The student will have a better understanding of physical, psychological and developmental impacts of aging and an enhanced understanding of ethical principles of dealing with potentially vulnerable population. Contact Lacy Krueger at Lacy.Krueger@tamuc.edu.
The Psychology of Gerontology and Positive Aging Graduate Certificate is fully online and requires admission to the Graduate School and 15 semester hours of graduate courses from the following.
Requirements to complete the Psychology of Gerontology and Positive Aging Graduate Certificate (15 semester hours)
|or COUN 545
| Dev Issues/Strategy in Counseling
|Ethical Issues in Organization
|Psychology of Gerontology
Note: Coursework must be completed at Texas A&M University-Commerce with a 3.0 GPA on all courses used for graduate certificate. (No Substitutions) Students may earn the Graduate certificate as a stand-alone program or while enrolled in a separate Master (e.g., Counseling; Clinical-Psychology) or Doctoral Program (e.g., Educational Psychology, Counseling; Higher Education).
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