119 Health and Human Development
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This certificate program is designed as a flexible opportunity for gaining knowledge and professional development for people interested in working with older adults in a variety of community settings. The program has been designed in concert with the Penn State Gerontology Center. The courses are divided into a Professional Core (12 credits) and Professional Electives (3 credits).
To earn an undergraduate certificate in PROGRAM IN ADULT DEVELOPMENT AND AGING SERVICES, a minimum of 15 credits is required.
HDFS 129 OR HDFS 216 OR HDFS 301 OR HDFS 311
OR HDFS 315 OR HDFS 315Y OR NUTR 251
OR SOC 1
Effective Date: Spring Semester 2006
Last Revised by the Department: 11/14/2011
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