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In particular, sociologists are expected to have good opportunities in government organizations and social services agencies performing policy research. Educational requirements for opportunities in gerontology typically vary. D. degree is a dissertation involving original research. The overall course of study is developed by the student and the Faculty Advisor, and is approved by the student's Graduate committee and the Chair the Biostatistics Section. Prereq: HD FS 360 or 3 credits in housing, architecture, interior design, rehabilitation, psychology, or human development and family studies or permission of instructor Emphasis on independent living within residential settings including specialized shelter, supportive services and housing management.

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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell; 1 edition (November 21, 2011)

ISBN: 1573318442

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