SUNY Oneonta

Gerontology Studies Major Requirements

Core Requirements:

SOCL 100 Introduction to Sociology

3 s.h.

SOCL 209 Social Research Methods

3 s.h.

SOCL 233 Aging, Generations and Society

3 s.h.

SOCL 392 Social Policy and LIfe Course Studies

3 s.h.

Select one:

 

SOCL 390 Senior Seminar in Sociology OR

 

SOCL 397 Field Experience in Sociology

 

PSYC 245 Psychology of Adulthood and Aging

3-6 s.h.

Related Courses:

PSYC 100 Introduction to Psychology

 

STAT 101 Introduction to Statistics

6 s.h.

Sociology Electives:

Select three:

9 s.h.

SOCL 231, Comparative Aging: A Global Perspective

 

SOCL 234 Families and Aging

 

SOCL 235 Theories in Family Studies

 

SOCL 256 Sociology of Aging and Health

 

SOCL 257 Sociology of Health and Illness

 

SOCL 336 Sociology of Death and Dying

 

SOCL 344 Demography

 

SOCL 397 Field Experiences in Sociology

 

SOCL 399 Independent Study in Sociology

 

Interdisciplinary Electives:

Select three (must be from at least 2 different departments):

9 s.h.

ANTH 232 Human Biology and Culture Change

 

ANTH 236 Medical Anthropology

 

COMM 254 Intercultural Communication

 

CONS 252 Personal Law

 

CONS/FASH 281 Housing

 

FAMS 264 Adulthood and Aging

 

FAMS 266 Adult Family Members Transition

 

NUTR 247 Nutrition Across the Lifespan

 

PHIL 206 Philosophy of Life and Death

 

PHED 202 Current Health Problems and Issues

 

PHED 330 Fitness-Lifestyle Components

 

POLS 218 American Social Welfare Policies and Politics

 

PSYC 240 Principles and Processes of Child Development

 

PSYC 252 Health Psychology

 

WMST 210 Women's Health

 

 

Total 39-42 s.h.

Please be sure to check for prerequisites for the different classes in both your major and/or minor.

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