Public Health, B.S. / Applied Gerontology, M.S.

The Public Health bachelor’s/Applied Gerontology master’s degree program is designed to provide qualified students the means to complete the requirements for both degrees in a period of five years. The key feature of the program is that a student can count up to 12 hours of graduate-level courses to satisfy requirements for the B.S. in Public Health and toward the M.S. in Applied Gerontology.

To view the program details and requirements for the Public Health, B.S. / Applied Gerontology M.S., please visit the course catalogue.

Program Coordinator: Dr. Tina Newsham

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