Graduate Programs

The Graduate Programs at UNC Charlotte are both interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary, in that they integrate materials from various disciplines and require students to study aging from a variety of disciplinary perspectives.

The Master of Arts in Gerontology is designed to prepare graduates with the knowledge and skills to fill a wide variety of positions in the developing field of aging.  

The Graduate Certificate Program in Gerontology is designed to provide supplementary graduate education in Gerontology for those who already have a graduate degree in another field or those completing a graduate degree

in another field, who are interested in working with older adults. It requires the completion of a set of core and elective courses related to the study of aging.

 

Graduate Research Symposium - Abstract Deadline

The UNC Charlotte Graduate and Professional Student Government (GPSG) is seeking research abstracts for the 18th Annual Graduate Research Symposium April 6, 2018.  Abstracts must be submitted by Feb 2, 2018.

Information is available for download from the  GPSG.