Biological Aspects of Aging (UCONJ DL440)

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Course Details

  • Location: Online
  • Duration: 11 weeks
  • Times: Flexible
  • Cost : $850

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TBD

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About this Course


This course features introductory material on aspects of biology of human aging and functional changes associated with normal aging, including those illnesses that may be present in older people. We’ll focus on the relationship between changes in physical function, environment and quality of life and cover theoretical perspectives on aging, as well as the aging process in specific physiological systems.

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Program Overview

This course is part of the Certificate in Gerontology.

Learning Format

Online, Group-Paced

Start and finish your course with the same group of students, with frequent opportunities to interact with your instructors and classmates along the way. This course is 100 percent online, with set due dates for assignments but no class meetings. Learn More »

Course Sessions

Closed Sessions

This course is offered 100 percent online and runs from September 26, 2018, to December 14, 2018.

Online

Meet your instructors

Barbara Cochrane

Ph.D., R.N.

Nancy Hooyman

Hooyman Professor in Gerontology and Dean Emeritus at the University of Washington School of Social Work

NONCREDIT COURSE

You'll earn 3 continuing education units (CEUs) for successfully completing this course. Learn more about noncredit courses.

Note

This course can only be taken as part of the Certificate in Gerontology.

This course is offered 100 percent online and runs from September 26, 2018, to December 14, 2018.

Online

Meet your instructor

Barbara Cochrane

Ph.D., R.N.

Credit Course

You’ll earn 3 academic credits for successfully completing this course. Learn more about credit courses

Note

This course can only be taken as part of the Certificate in Gerontology.

This course is offered 100 percent online and runs from September 26, 2018, to December 14, 2018.

Online

Meet your instructor

Barbara Cochrane

Ph.D., R.N.

Credit Course

You’ll earn 3 academic credits for successfully completing this course. Learn more about credit courses