An interdisciplinary gerontology minor is available for students interested in the study of aging. The gerontology minor includes courses, as available, in biology, psychology, social work and sociology. In addition to a field experience in aging, an elective course that relates to aging may be chosen from a variety of disciplines with the approval of the coordinator. For information or advisement, contact the gerontology coordinator, Robert Rutzen, PhD, Department of Sociology, 110 Faculty Office Building, (585) 395-2619.
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