Most Recent Gerontology Course Syllabi
GERO 100 - Aging Issues in Contemporary America
GERO 100 - Week at a Glance
GERO 101-01 - Elder Care Services and Strategies
- GERO 101-02 - Elder Care Services and Strategies
GERO 102/PPA 100 - Social Policy for an Aging Society
GERO 102/PPA 100 - Week at a Glance
- GERO 103 - Applied Care Management in Gerontology Practice
- GERO 121/221 - Models for Successful Aging
- GERO 121/221 - Assignments at a Glance
GERO 122/222 - Managing Disorders in Elders
GERO 122/222 - Week at a Glance
GERO 130 - Gerontology Practicum
GERO 130 - Assignments
- GERO 131 - Gerontology Capstone Practicum
- GERO 131 - Assignments
GERO 295 - Internship/Project
NURS 117 - Assignments at a Glance
- PSYC 151 - Living With Grief, Dying and Death
Students in the Gerontology program will register in GERO 195A and 195B, the fieldwork courses. If you plan to enroll in an internship course, you should contact Dr. Osborne at least one semester ahead of time, if not before. Students will choose their own internship agency based on their specific needs and interests. Before meeting with Dr. Osborne, have an idea of where you would like to do your internship, and try to make contact with your chosen agency. Click here for a list of sample internship agencies in the area. This is not a comprehensive list. Please consult with Dr. Osborne if you're interested in interning with an agency that does not appear on the list.
Service Learning Project Presentations
At the end of each semester, students completing GERO 195B present their Service Learning Projects to their peers, faculty and members of the community. Click here to see synopses of recent Service Learning Projects.
All Gerontology students (majors, minors, certificate and special masters) should be enrolled in the Gerontology Student Information Center in Sac CT. Even if you do not have any other SacCT courses, be sure to check SacCT frequently. SacCT serves as the primary mode of communication between GERO students and Program. We will post announcements and send important emails frequently. For instructions about how to enroll in the SacCT Gerontology Student Information Center, and how to set up SacCT email forwarding, see the SacCT flyer.
All Gerontology students (majors, minors and graduate students) are expected to see Dr. Osborne at least once per semester for advising and course planning. Please see our Advising Policy for guidelines.
My Sac State Register for your courses and find useful campus resources.
CSUS Catalog Contains the most up -to-date information about our programs.
Class Schedule For current course listings.
Expected Course Offerings Tentative list of Fall 2013 and Spring 2014 courses for the GERO major and minor.
Course Planning Guide & Sample Schedules A form helpful for course planning, and sample part-time and full-time schedules for the completion of the major.