The OSU S.A.G.E. Program offers an integrated series of courses in aging that provides participants with the opportunity to obtain the knowledge and develop the skills and attitudes critical to meeting the health and social service needs of older adults. This three-course distance learning program of The Ohio State University is appropriate for graduate-level students, professionals seeking continuing education, and others caring for our aging population.
Participants successfully completing the OSU S.A.G.E. Program receive a Certificate of Completion in Gerontology from The Ohio State University (some exclusions apply).
Upcoming Course Schedule
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Introduction to Applied Gerontology
Spring Semester 2022
Faculty: Michele Stokes, Ph.D., MS
Course Info Sheet (Professionals)
Course Info Sheet (Grad Students)
|January 10, 2022||April 25, 2022||Registration is due no later than December 30, 2021. After this date, please contact the office for more information on availability. Payment in full is required to secure a seat in the class. Please contact email@example.com with any questions.|
Interdisciplinary Case Studies in Clinical Gerontology
Summer Semester, 2022
Faculty: Alison Lloyd, Ph.D., MSW, MBA, LISW-S
|May 10, 2022||July 29, 2022||Registration is due no later than May 3, 2022. Payment in full is required to secure a seat in the class. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.|
Issues and Trends in Aging
Fall Semester, 2022
Faculty:Alison Lloyd, Ph.D., MSW, MBA, LISW-S
|August 23, 2022||December 7, 2022||Registration is due no later than August 16, 2022. Payment in full is required to secure a seat in the class. Please contact email@example.com with any questions.|
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