Integrative Project B

Course Description

The second course of a two-course sequence providing an interdisciplinary forum for exploring current issues in aging and culminating in a project that addresses a specific challenge or opportunity facing older adults and their communities. Topic areas will reflect the background and interests of students in the program.

Learning Outcomes

  • Identify and address socio-cultural and ethical issues and context relevant to the project in an informed and sensitive manner
  • Participate critically and productively in peer discussions of the execution, and completion of individual projects
  • Collect, organize, and analyze relevant research and data
  • Communicate the basis, findings, and evaluation of the project at the expected graduate level of written exposition and utilizing the professional standard of APA format for presentation

Prerequisites

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