Graduate Certificate in Aging Services

Graduate Program Director & Advising Coordinator

JoAnn Nolin, J.D., R.N.

Graduate Program Director

jnolin@unf.edu

(904) 620-1715

Building 39, Room 4055
ADMISSIONS
Application Information Applications accepted for summer and fall terms
Application Deadlines

Fall Term . . . . . . . . July 1

Summer Term . . . April 1

Admission Requirements

University requirements:

  1. A baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited U.S. institution or its equivalent from a foreign institution with a GPA of 3.0 or higher in all work attempted in the last 60 credit hours of undergraduate study.
Additional program requirements:
  1. Letter of intent

  2. Resume

Students should be aware that admission into any graduate program is granted on a competitive basis. Students meeting minimum requirements may be denied admission based on such factors as program capacity or academic discretion. Likewise, students may be considered for admission as an exception if stated admissions criteria are not met.

 

 

For more information on how to apply click here.

Additional requirements for International applicants can be found here.

THE PROGRAM
Program Overview

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. 

 

INFORMATION
Curriculum and Requirements Curriculum
Total Program
Credit Hours
15