This program is for those interested in applying technology to the challenges faced by an increasingly aging population. Ideally, for those with engineering, design or healthcare backgrounds or for those whose career objectives lead to application of technology in senior living or service organizations.
Applicants to the program are expected to have an undergraduate degree from an accredited college or university preferably from a relevant field of study.
Students must take 20 units of the following five courses plus 4 units of GERO 591 Field Practicum. (24 units total of required courses).