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In today's world, knowledge on a global level is fundamental for those who seek careers in the international arena, public service and politics. Additional opportunities may be found at gerontology research centers, public health programs, nonprofit organizations, and other potential employers with the goal of improving the health and living conditions of the elderly population. A candidate who has fulfilled the above requirements, but who has not yet defended the dissertation, is required to remain continuously enrolled in course GRN 749 or GRN 769 (0 credit hours) each semester until the dissertation is completed and defended.

Pages: 304

Publisher: The Johns Hopkins University Press (March 1, 1995)

ISBN: 0801849802

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