About Gerontology Department
Temporary Remote Staffing for Spring 2020
The Gerontology Department Office will be staffed remotely Monday - Friday, 8 am - 5 pm.
All faculty are available through email, listed on the Meet Us link.
For more information on campus resources regarding COVID-19, click HERE.
TO DECLARE A GERONTOLOGY MAJOR OR MINOR:
Type your information into the Declaration of Major form HERE or the Delaration of Minor form HERE and email to email@example.com. We will get the signatures you need and submit the form to the Registrar to process.
Gerontology is not impacted and requires no prerequisites!
The Gerontology Program provides an applied interdisciplinary approach to studying the human aging process and the challenges encountered by older adults and their families as they interact in contemporary society.
The Department of Gerontology curriculum was conceived and has evolved based on the Association for Gerontology in Higher Education (AGHE) nationally recognized gerontological program criteria and professional practice competencies. Using this organization's vision, national evidence based view, and competency criteria, has strengthened the program, assisted career definition in the field, and positioned the Sacramento State Program to be ready for program accreditation when it is mandated by the profession.
*For information on the Special Master's specializing in Gerontology and one other field, go Graduate Special Major Program Form and talk to the Gerontology Department Office and the Office of Graduate Studies.
View the Gerontology Community Resources for information on:
Sigma Phi Omega
Online Gerontology Resources
As members of the campus community, we all represent the Hornet Honor Code.
Social Bridging Project
The Gerontology Department is participating in the NEW #SOCIALBRIDGING PROJECT TO CONNECT WITH OLDER CALIFORNIANS AND COUNTER RISKS OF PANDEMIC ISOLATION.
More information to follow soon. If you are interested in volunteering, please email firstname.lastname@example.org