AGER 4550 - Sociology of Aging
Credit hours: 3
Description: Twenty-somethings, generation Xers, baby boomers all will be senior citizens sooner or later. Their sex, race/ethnicity and social class will affect their experience of aging. Course explores issues related to successful aging, including what young adults should be doing now to ensure that they have happy, healthy, wealthy and creative golden years. This course is equivalent to SOCI 4550. One of the courses will count towards the degree program and the other will be excluded.
Prerequisite(s): SOCI 1510 or equivalent.
Course typically offered: Fall, Spring