• FMST-3723 Gerontology

    A study to include physical and health factors in aging; psychological aspects of aging; marriage, family, and community relationships of older persons; economic and vocational factors in aging; perspectives on death, dying and grief; aging and institutional care; aging and the law; and the future of social intervention, both public and private. Same as PSYC-3723 and SOCI-3723. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.