Ba combined honors in gerontology and another subject in Mcmaster university
This degree program brings a multidisciplinary approach to the study of aging. Designed to foster an understanding of aging issues within and across different contexts, issues ranging from the individual experience of the aging process to the societal complexities of an aging population are examined both within the Canadian context and more broadly.
Completion of any Level 1 program with a Grade Point Average of at least 5.0 (C) including credit in HLTH AGE 1AA3 and a grade of at least 5.0 (C) in HLTH AGE 1BB3. Test scores: IELTS, CAE, PTE, CAEL, MELAB, TOEFL
Project Coordinator, Care Coordinators, Health Policy/Social Policy Research