Aspects of Aging

HUS 207


Credits: 3

Historical, biological, psychological, and social aspects of aging in our society are presented. Students examine aging as a stage in life and study the developmental tasks and life changes faced by the elderly in our society. Students also explore social welfare, social services, and social work, with an emphasis on direct practice skills as they apply to the aging individual in the community: local, county, regional, and contemporary society. Classroom practice sessions develop and improve skills in direct care of the elderly. Prerequisite or corequisite: HUS 103.

We currently offer the following class for this course:

Aspects of Aging

Section: HUS207 - 01

CRN: 81487

Type: Lecture

Instructor: Deanne K. Schreiber

Term: Fall 2015

Fees: Technology Fee $65

Required Textbook

Class Schedule

Dates: 08/24/2015 - 12/17/2015
Days: Mon, Wed, Fri
Time: 10:55 am - 11:50 am
Location: HAR 111