Upon completion, learners will be able to:
- describe challenges and discover opportunities to achieve optimal aging from the perspective of individuals, families and communities.
- recognize and refute stereotypic and misleading notions of aging that are pervasive in the culture and some current service models.
- gain a broad, management-level understanding of management accounting, decision-making budget functions, and performance metrics.
- master the basic theory and nomenclature of policy development and implementation.
- develop and acquire tools to better measure individual and organizational performance in aging services.
- understand the necessity of forward-thinking leadership in the management of aging services.
- apply integrative thinking to an identified gap or entrepreneurial opportunity in aging services.
Who should enroll?
- Professionals who want to develop their leadership skills/advance their career.
- Professionals in other fields impacted by an aging consumer.
- Someone who has a graduate degree but would like to expand their expertise.
- Career changers.
- Entrepreneurs interested in meeting the needs of the longevity market.
- AGNG 600: Social & Economic Context of Aging
- AGNG 611: Leadership, Management & Organization
- AGNG 604: Policy Foundations of Aging Services
- AGNG 612: Finance & Accounting