UNT Department of Sociology Program in Applied Gerontology

THE CENTER FOR STUDIES IN AGING
is designed to serve UNT faculty, students, prospective students, alumni, and other practitioners in the field of aging.

This site offers extensive information about:

  • Career options within the growing field of gerontology
  • History & mission of the UNT Center for Studies in Aging
  • The nature of our programs, research, & outreach activity
  • Degree requirements, majors, & course offerings
  • Scholarships, requirements, & application procedures
  • The professional activities of faculty, students, & alumni
  • Educational resources available to our students
  • Student life at the Center, the UNT campus, & community
  • Opportunities for study at the Center via distant learning

 

 

 

 
"Since its inception in 1986, over 1350 persons have attained the Coalition for Leadership in Aging Services (CLAS) (formerly RHP) Certification and work within over 950 different organizations around the country. CLAS (and RHP) graduates occupy seats in the highest levels of the executive office as well as the "line" units where care (the hallmark of the aging field) of residents is provided. CLAS - Coalition for Leadership in Aging Services (formerly RHP) has clearly added to the professionalism and quality of care that is provided in senior living."

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Alumni
Browse former Alumni, their awards and achievements in both the academic and professional world.

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Scholarships
Learn what funds are available and how you can possibly qualify for financial aid to our programs and certifications.

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Careers
See what is happening in the exciting and rewarding field of gerontology. Learn what you can earn and where you can work after graduation.

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