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With a degree in one of those areas, there are many jobs to choose from in federal and state government, private companies and nonprofit organizations. The Gerontology Associate of Applied Science Degree program provides specialized training for employment in businesses or agencies providing services to the elderly population. At least 18 units of courses that are not dual-numbered are required, including a year long course sequence in mathematics.

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