Award: Certificate of Achievement
Pathway to Associate Degree: General Human Services (HSAA2)
Program Location: Fort Omaha Campus
The Gerontology Certificate provides knowledge and skills in an overview of human services; helping skills/techniques; community resources; assessment, case planning, and management; ethics and professionalism; social policy and exceptionalities, and an introduction to gerontology. The certificate includes general education in English composition, mathematics, psychology, sociology and informational systems.
All required classes for the HSGRC certificate must have a grade of C or better to graduate from the program.
General Education: 13.5
Major Requirements: 31.5
Total credit hours required: 45.0
The following General Education courses are recommended for Gerontology (HSGRC): Communication: ENGL 1010 ; and Critical Thinking/Creativity & Social/Cultural Awareness: PSYC 1010