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Note that we are in the process of updating our admission and application information; please make sure you are referring to materials relevant to Fall 2017 admissions. In the twenty-first century, careers in gerontology are projected to expand rapidly, with demand remaining high over the next several decades. This program is extraordinary because of the professors who continuously challenge students while giving support and guidance, and the students who bring diverse cultural and professional backgrounds and experiences allow stimulating learning experience. "The Gerontology Program at NEIU is an excellent foundation for anyone who wishes to change the future of the rapidly growing population of older adults.

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Publisher: O Books (November 28, 2014)

ISBN: 1782795898

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