Longevity and Aging - Minor
Name: Marcella (Marcie) Myers (Biology)
The longevity and aging minor is an interdisciplinary minor that examines integrated environmental, sociocultural, behavioral, and biological influences that underlie age-related health disparities within a "bench-to-bedside" framework. This minor is appropriate for students with interests in healthcare, research, aging, and/or health disparities.
This minor is offered in the College for Women only.
|EXSS 2500||Foundations of Longevity and Aging: Aging in a Diverse America||4|
|BIOL 2720||Sophomore Seminar||2|
|LONG 4XXX||Senior Seminar and Portfolio Review||0-1|
|Select two from:||8|
|Lifespan Developmental Psychology|
|Family, Identity and Inequality|
Biology of Longevity and Aging or BIOL 1120 Biology of Women
|Select one from:||4|
|Human and Comparative Animal Physiology with Lab|
|Biopsychology with Lab|
|Communicating across Cultures, Identities and Differences|
|Motor Learning and Motor Control|