Long-Term Care Administration, Graduate Certificate
Graduate students and others who have earned a four-year degree who want to become a licensed Nursing Home Administrator can pursue the Long-Term Care Administration Certificate.
- Coursework requirements match requirements set by the State of Minnesota for licensure.
- Housed within the Department of Sociology & Corrections.
- Close working relationship with the Chesley Center on Aging.
- Opportunities for students to get involved with annual conferences on palliative and dementia care.
- Member of the Association for Gerontology in Higher Education.
- Bachelor's degree from an accredited university with a minimum GPA of 3.0.
- Applicants must have completed a minimum of 16 credits in social and behavioral science at the undergraduate level.
- A personal statement describing your previous training in gerontology, work and/or volunteer experience with older adults and reasons for pursuing a graduate degree in Aging Studies.
- Three letters of recommendation which assess your potential for graduate study and professional practice with older adults.
|U.S. Citizens||International Applicants|
|Fall Start||July 15||N/A|
|Spring Start||November 15||N/A|
|Summer Start||March 15||N/A|
Time to Completion: 12 months