Aging and Intergenerational Studies Minor
|Course Code||Course Title||Credits|
|PSYC111||Generations in America||3|
|PSYC213||Ethics Across Generations||3|
Choose 3 Intergenerational Linked Credits attached to classes of the student's choice: 3 credits
*Note: When a linked credit is attached to a class that, in itself, is not related to intergenerational studies, only the linked credit will count towards the minor, not the credits for the class.
Choose 3 additional courses for a total of 9 credits.
In consultation with your academic advisor, and with the approval of the Dean of Undergraduate Education, choose three courses from across the college curriculum that, in conjunction with your major, are best suited to your academic and professional plans and goals. In addition to classes, students may include among these 9 credits a directed study in an intergenerational or aging related topic or do an internship in which the student is working with an aging or intergenerational population. Students may choose from, but are not limited to, the following list of courses:
CJ 202 Juvenile Justice
CJ 203 Juvenile Delinquency & Gangs
CJ 206 Drugs & Society
CJ 303 Domestic Violence
CJ 309 Children & Violence
CJ 319 Victimology
ENG 212 Literature for Young Adults
HIST 203 The History of Women in the U.S.
HIST 218 Global History of Childhood
PSYC 201 Psychology of Drugs & Behavior
PSYC 221 Child Development
PSYC 223 Adolescent Psychology
PSYC 241 The Psychological Life of Girls & Women
SOC 214 Family Diversity
Any Special Topics course that relates to issues of aging and intergenerational studies
Credit Requirements for minor: 18 credits