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Dec. 3, 2010 | Volume 21, No. 12

Graduate certificate in gerontology information

Stay competitive in your field with a graduate certificate in gerontology from the University of Pittsburgh. Whether your aim is to advance your career, outdistance the competition, or upgrade your professional expertise, the graduate certificate in gerontology offers exciting learning opportunities. The gerontology certificate offers specialization tracks in dentistry, gerontechnology, law, mental health, nursing, occupational therapy/rehabilitation, public health, and social work, as well as two multidisciplinary tracks: general, and prevention and healthy aging. This 15-to-16 credit graduate program offers day, evening, Saturday, and web-based courses. The general multidisciplinary track also is available online through Pitt Online. Visit www.online.pitt.edu. Additionally, credits later may be applied to a graduate degree, if desired.


Attend a free information session Tuesday, Dec. 14, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. to learn more about the gerontology certificate program at the College of General Studies. Register today by calling 412-624-6600, visiting www.cgs.pitt.edu, or e-mailing cgs@pitt.edu.

 

 

 

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