Foundations of Gerontology
3.0 / Upper
Corresponds to a one-semester, upper-level course in gerontology. Includes biological, psychological, and social aspects of aging and an understanding of issues, needs, and realities involved in the aging process. The examination is multidisciplinary in nature and covers theories, concepts, empirical patterns, and their implications for policy and practice. (Multiple-choice examination.)
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A practice exam is available for $75: To register for a practice exam you must first register for its corresponding credit-bearing exam.
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