Course DescriptionThis course examines and critiques issues and concepts associated with aging and older adults from the individual/physiological and the
social/structural perspective. Topics include the physical and cognitive changes with aging, along with issues related to diversity, social support,
aging-in-place, leisure, work and retirement, healthcare and technology. Through interdisciplinary course discussions and analysis of case studies,
students will develop their knowledge and build capacity to respond to the needs of an aging population.