|Cheryl Hanley Maxwell|
|110 Huff Hall, 1206 South Fourth St.|
PH: (217) 333-2131
Interdisciplinary Minor in Aging
The Interdisciplinary Minor in Aging provides students with the opportunity to study aging as it relates to health, communication, development and activity. The minor is offered through the College of Applied Health Sciences. There are no prerequisites for the minor. Minors should be declared by filling out the intent to pursue a minor form which can be found at http://provost.illinois.edu/programs/advising/declare.html and turning the form into Julie Bobitt, Interdisciplinary Health Sciences Program , in 228 Huff Hall or contact Julie via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
IHLT 240, Health and Aging Policy
|The Psychology of Aging|
|Additional aging-related courses chosen from the following list: 1||9|
|Physical Activity & Aging|
|Death & Dying|
|Social Work Services for Older Adults|
|Special Topics 2|
|Leisure and Human Development|
|Leisure and Consumer Culture|
|Communication and Aging|
|Exercise Instruction & Elderly|
|Adult Learning and Development|
|Planning for Healthy Cities|
Students may also earn elective credit by participating in an aging-related internship or independent study that is also pre-approved by the advisor for the minor. Minor modification forms should be filled out if you are requesting to use an independent study or internship. Forms can be found at http://provost.illinois.edu/files/2017/01/Minor-Modification-Form.pdf.
Special Topics courses must include aging-related content and be approved by the Aging minor advisor.