Thank you for stopping by the Management of Aging Services Undergraduate (MAgS) portal! You are one step closer to changing aging!
Our unique undergraduate major and minor offer students the rare opportunity to experience interdisciplinary learning, think critically and solve real world problems. Through engaging and lively class discussions, team learning and relevant technology and media, students are able to focus on complex demographic issues that are facing older adults and themselves today and in the future.
With our rich curriculum students acquire hands-on experience and apply it to their future careers. The MAgS Council of Majors, hands-on internships, research opportunities in the field of aging and technology, health and wellness, management and entrepreneurship, career and networking events all provide exciting opportunities for students to stay engaged and succeed no matter what avenues they choose to pursue.
Aging is relevant to so many fields, here at the Erickson School for Management of Aging Services- we have found a way to make aging even more relevant: Emphasize opportunity!
Join the Aging Revolution!
Undergraduate Degree Program:
Bachelor of Arts in Management of Aging Services
What do public policy, healthcare management, law, financial services, real estate, consumer technology, and product design all have in common?
Unprecedented career opportunities within Aging Services!
With the degree from The Erickson School, you can get an education that does more than help find you a job—it builds your career path. We offer a unique interdisciplinary major that prepares you for a rewarding career in non-profit, public, and private sector organizations that address the ongoing revolution of society’s view on aging. The possibilities are virtually limitless.In addition to core program courses, we encourage you to build the major that is right for you by specializing in your area of interest, also making Management of Aging Services a great complement to a number of other programs offered at UMBC including Social Work, Sociology, Health and Public Policy, and Biology. Independent studies, special topics courses, internships, and research opportunities are also offered to MAgS students.