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Independent Study

This course is for independent research or study supervised by a faculty member. Students will determine with their course supervisor a mutually agreeable topic. Supervisor and student will set specific learning objectives, how they will be achieved, and how they will be evaluated. Students must produce a piece of scholarly written work that will be evaluated and graded by the supervisor. For MA students in Health & Aging, this course may be taken only once during the course of the MA program, typically in the Winter or Spring/Summer term. In exceptional circumstances, MA students in Health & Aging may repeat this course more than once, if on a different topic, with permission of the Department. For PhD students in the Department of Health, Aging & Society, this course may be taken a maximum of two times, if on a different topic, to a total of six units. To enroll in this course, a student is required to obtain permission from his/her supervisor; secure a course supervisor; and produce a course outline approved by the course supervisor and the Department.

HLTH AGE 706

Independent Study

Unit(s): 3.0 Level(s): Graduate Term(s): Summer, Winter, Fall Offered?: Yes

This course is for independent research or study supervised by a faculty member. Students will determine with their course supervisor a mutually agreeable topic. Supervisor and student will set specific learning objectives, how they will be achieved, and how they will be evaluated. Students must produce a piece of scholarly written work that will be evaluated and graded by the supervisor. For MA students in Health & Aging, this course may be taken only once during the course of the MA program, typically in the Winter or Spring/Summer term. In exceptional circumstances, MA students in Health & Aging may repeat this course more than once, if on a different topic, with permission of the Department. For PhD students in the Department of Health, Aging & Society, this course may be taken a maximum of two times, if on a different topic, to a total of six units. To enroll in this course, a student is required to obtain permission from his/her supervisor; secure a course supervisor; and produce a course outline approved by the course supervisor and the Department.


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