• Graduate Certificate
    Aging Services

    The mission of the University of North Florida’s Aging Services Certificate program is to provide graduate level coursework which will advance knowledge and skills for persons working in the aging services area as well as those interested in entering the field. The certificate program includes current, relevant study of aging theory, policy, research, and organizations that impact delivery of health and social services to an aging multicultural population.

    Special Notes about the Program

    Certificate programs are not eligible for financial aid. Please visit the Financial Aid website for more information regarding eligibility.

    Application Information

    Applications accepted for summer and fall terms.


    Admission to the Aging Services Certificate program requires completion of an online application, payment of an application fee, and submission of official transcripts from the College or University issuing your bachelor’s degree.

    Application Deadlines

    Fall Term July 1
    Spring Term  
    Summer Term April 1

    Admission Requirements

    Students must have a minimum 3.0 on the last 60 hours of their undergraduate work.  Applicants may request a waiver of this requirement based on evidence of progressively responsible positions in health care or aging services management or completion of a Master’s degree.

    Average Length of the Program

    The average length of this program is one and a half years.

    Program of Study

  • Major: Aging Services Certificate
    Degree: Post-Baccalaureate Certificate
    Certificate Requirements (15 credits)
    HSA6225 Long-Term Care Administration (3 Credits)
    GEY6103 Aging Health Multicultural Soc (3 Credits)
    GEY6623 Aging and Health Policy (3 Credits)
    GEY6409 Applied Research in Aging (3 Credits)
    HSA6813 Aging Capstone (3-6 Credits)



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For more information please contact the Public Health office:


(904) 620-2840