Gail Russell (program coordinator) Nursing
Dorothy Bergeron Medical Laboratory Science
Joseph A Bronstad Foreign Languages
Victor Caliri Psychology
John A Chooporian Marketing/Management Information Systems
Philip Cox Philosophy
Phyllis Currier Institutional Nursing
Laura B Forker Management
William Holt Psychology
Barbara Jacobskind English
Susan Leclair Medical Laboratory Science
Kathy A Miraglia Art Education
Judy Schaaf English
Sonia M Walgreen Economics
The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth offers a multidisciplinary gerontology certificate program and a minor. The minor is designed for degree candidates from any college in the university who wish to specialize in the gerontological aspects of their own or other disciplines.
The Certificate Program is a multidisciplinary program that is open to UMass Dartmouth students or members of the community, regardless of whether they are university degree candidates.
Although there is no gerontology major, students may use a concentration in gerontology as a key element in a self-designed multidisciplinary studies major program. See the description of multidisciplinary studies elsewhere in the catalog.
Gerontology may serve as a topical concentration of courses within the Humanities/Social Sciences major described elsewhere in this catalog.
Advisors for Certificate Program in Gerontology
Gail Russell Professor of Nursing, Ext 8251
Sonia M Walgreen Visiting Lecturer in Economics, Ext 9267
Any UMass Dartmouth student or community member wishing to pursue a Certificate in Gerontology should apply to one of the contact persons above.