GERN 5680: Practicum in Gerontology
Professional training is provided by gerontological specialists in aging network, business, social service, and health care industries. Field placement is dependent upon the student's discipline or profession. A formal practicum proposal must be submitted to the program mentor before a student can register for the practicum. May be repeated to a maximum of 6 credit hours.
Course Level Learning Outcomes
The course level outcomes for this course will be presented by your instructor in your course section.
It is assumed the student has adequate writing and analytical skills. Also, as for all Internet courses, the student must be disciplined and self-motivated. You must be capable of graduate level work.
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The course will be conducted entirely online. Students are expected to participate in all course activities as assigned by the instructor.
In addition to being held to the standard University policy statements, each instructor will include policy statements specific to their course. To review the standard University Policies, please see the Graduate Academic Policies and Procedures.
This syllabus may be revised at the discretion of the instructor without prior notification or consent of the student.