Access to faculty: in the classroom and one-on-one, our students have access to some of the best scholars in the field.
Where are they Now? Our recent MGS graduates are working in aging services and administration; employed in aging-related research, government or private sector positions; and earning advanced degrees.
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We mentor tomorrow
In 2015 more than 60% of our full-time gerontology graduate students gave presentations at professional conferences.

Application Requirements

The application deadline for full- and part-time students is January 15 of the same calendar year in which fall enrollment is sought.

Application requirements include:

  • Undergraduate and, where appropriate, graduate grade point averages
  • General Graduate Record Exam (GRE) scores
  • A written professional statement
  • Your resume
  • Three letters of recommendation
  • Transcripts

In order for GRE scores to reach us by the deadline, you should take the exam as early as possible in the fall semester preceding the application deadline. We recommend that you begin the application process early to be certain all your materials reach us by January 15.