Advanced exploration and examination of important and exemplary theory and research in gerontology. Encourages students to formulate and pursue their own questions about adult development and aging, and participate in ongoing scholarly conversations in gerontology, providing a foundation for students intending to pursue advanced or specialized work and study in gerontology. Prerequisites:GER 430 or instructor permission. May be repeated for credit. Cross-listed as GER 549 for graduate credit. 4 crs.
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