For students who are able to take on fewer courses, a minor in Aging is the perfect companion to any degree path. Our 18 credit minor include the following curriculum.
|Core Courses (6 credits)|
|AGNG 100||So You Say You Want a Revolution: How Boomers are Revolutionizing Aging |
|AGNG 200||Aging, People, Policy & Management  (Writing Intensive)|
Electives (12 credits):
Students must choose two 300-level courses and two 400-level courses from the list below. Courses must be approved by a MAgS advisor prior to registration.
|AGNG 300||Introduction to Policy and Aging Services |
|AGNG 310||Introduction to the Management of Aging Services |
|Health and Wellness Courses|
|AGNG 320||Strength-Based Approaches to Promoting Health and Wellness in the Aging Services |
|Business, Technology and Entrepreneurship Courses|
|AGNG 351||Business Decision Making for Aging Services |
|AGNG 361||Technology for Managers in Aging Services |
|Critical issues in aging courses|
|AGNG 401||Critical Issues in Management of Aging Services |
|AGNG 415||The Art of Aging  (Writing Intensive)|
|AGNG 440||Diversity in Aging Services |
|AGNG 460||Internship in Aging Services |
|AGNG 462||Internship in Aging Services II |
|AGNG 470||Aging Services Management: Capstone Seminar |
Other electives must be discussed with the student’s minor advisor.