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Who Should Complete the Program?

Professionals working in the field of aging who need additional discipline-specific training, individuals who provide services for older adults, and those wanting to pursue a career serving older adults who do not wish to or cannot return to graduate school; administrators, regulators, policy makers, direct service providers, program evaluators, and others caring for our aging population.  Internet-based courses allow students the flexibility of learning "where and when it's convenient," accommodating busy professional and personal lifestyles.

  • Administrators and Managers
  • Caregivers
  • Clergy
  • Direct Service Providers
  • Financial and Legal Services Providers
  • Fitness and Wellness Instructors
  • Funeral Industry Professionals
  • Health Care Services Professionals
  • Health Sciences Students
  • Leisure and Recreation Workers
  • Personal Care and Services Staff (hair stylists, companions . . .)
  • Policy Makers
  • Program Evaluators
  • Regulators
  • Travel Agents and Transportation Personnel

Continuing Education

Students will be granted seven hours of continuing education credit (or 21 hours for the Series) from the Office of Geriatrics and Interprofessional Aging Studies at The Ohio State University College of Medicine, which may be presented to professional credentialing organizations for possible continuing education credit. 

Please email aging@osu.edu for individual course certificates if needed.