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The On-Line Graduate Certificate in Elder Law is designed for students interested in gaining specialized knowledge on elder health law and ethical issues. The certificate will assist persons working in nursing, gerontology, social work, psychology, paralegal, or related health and human services fields, in enhancing their credentials.
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The totally on-line nature of this new certificate program is a perfect fit for those with an active life, and for those who find it difficult to take traditional, on-campus graduate courses. This unique program consists of five courses which can be completed via distance learning in only two semesters as follows:
|Semester Offered||Course Number||Title||Credit Hours|
|Semester I - Summer||LGL 6100||Legal Issues for the Elderly
Summer Session 1
|LGL 6200||Elder Health Law and Ethical Issues
Summer Session 2
|LGL 6980||Guided Independent Study in Elder Law Topics
Summer Session 2
|Semester II - Fall||GERO 540||Health and Aging||3|
Issues in Contemporary Gerontological Practice
The application deadline is May 1.
- Official transcripts for all schools attended
- 1 Letter of Recommendation
- Statement of Purpose
The On-Line Certificate in Elder Law is offered by the College of Education, Health Science and Human Service in cooperation with The Center for Successful Aging in UT's College of Medicine.
To learn more about the Online Graduate Certificate in Elder Law, interested students should contact:
Professor Michael J. Spiros, Esq. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The University of Toledo is regionally accredited by the North Central Association (NCA) and is authorized to offer degrees online.