Gerontology, Doctoral/PhD

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The Doctoral Program in Gerontology is an intercampus, interdisciplinary research degree program at the University of Maryland Baltimore (UMB) and University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC).

The program provides an interdisciplinary and integrative perspective on the process of human aging and the experiences of growing old. The approach acknowledges the complex, dynamic, and bi-directional relationships among individuals and the historical, political, economic, environmental, psychological, social, cultural and biological contexts in which aging occurs. The goal of the program is to train a new generation of gerontology scholars conversant with interdisciplinary and integrative paradigms and research designs employed to examine the unique, reciprocal, and dynamic nature of aging in context.

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Program Details

Class Format

In-Person,Full Time,Part Time

Program Location

University of Maryland, Baltimore & University of Maryland Baltimore County Campuses

Program Length

4-5 years

Credits to Complete

61 (UMB) 67 (UMBC)

Cost/Credit Hour

In State: $623
Out of State: $1101

Dates & Deadlines

Fall Deadline: December 15

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Program Contacts

Admissions

Justine Golden
Academic Coordinator
410.706.4926
jgold002@umaryland.edu 

Academics

Dr. Ann Gruber-Baldini
Interim Director
410.706.2444
abaldin@som.umaryland.edu

                                                                        

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