The MAASM program requires a minimum of 12 units of core courses (three courses) and 20 units of electives (five courses). This program is offered in both residential and online formats. Continuous registration in the program is required.
What To Expect In The MAASM Program
- Students will learn to adhere to ethical principles to guide work with and on behalf of older persons.
- Students will learn to recognize ethical standards and professional practices in all phases of work and research with and on behalf of older persons.
- Students will engage in personal and public issues in aging through effective communication with older persons, their families and the community.
- Students will promote older persons’ strengths and adaptations to maximize well-being, health and mental status.
- Students will promote quality of life and positive social environment for older persons.
- Students will learn to employ and design programmatic and community development with and on behalf of the aging population.
- Students will address the roles of older persons as workers and consumers in business and finance.
- Students will learn to employ and generate policy to equitably address the needs of older persons.
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