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A degree in gerontology prepares the student for careers working with older adults or as advocates for the elderly. Students seeking the Undergraduate Gerontology Certificate can expect coursework exploring these topics: Students interested in pursuing the certificate can obtain an application form from their college’s student services office. Undergraduate students should take courses in subjects like the physical sciences, math, and life sciences. i Accreditation – Gerontology online programs should be accredited, just like campus-based programs!

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