Program in Gerontology School of Education Hofstra University

Program in Gerontology School of Education Hofstra University

Degrees & Award

Programs Offered:
Offers Gerontology (MS, Advanced Certificate).
Degree Requirements:
For Master&Apos;S, Thesis Optional, Internship.
Degree Program Information:
Part-Time Programs Available.


Entrance Requirements:
For Master&Apos;S, Interview, Letter Of Recommendation; For Advanced Certificate, Letter Of Recommendation, Interview. Additional Exam Requirements/Recommendations For International Students: Required&Mdash;TOEFL (Minimum Score 550 Paper-Based; 213 Computer-Based; 80 Ibt).
Application Deadline:
Applications Are Processed On A Rolling Basis.
Application Fee:
Student Statistics:
Average Age 41. 13 Applicants, 92% Accepted, 6 Enrolled.

Student Body

Student Population:
4 Full-Time (3 Women), 8 Part-Time (All Women); Includes 4 Minority (3 African Americans, 1 Asian American Or Pacific Islander), 1 International.

Financial Aid

Financial Aid:
In 2009&Ndash;10, 7 Students Received Support, Including 4 Fellowships With Full And Partial Tuition Reimbursements Available (Averaging $2,563 Per Year); Research Assistantships With Full And Partial Tuition Reimbursements Available, Career-Related Internships Or Fieldwork, Federal Work-Study, Institutionally Sponsored Loans, Scholarships/Grants, And Tuition Waivers (Full And Partial) Also Available. Support Available To Part-Time Students. Financial Award Applicants Required To Submit FAFSA.

Location & Contact

Contact Info
Dr. Jeffrey P. Rosenfield
Hempstead, NY 11549
Phone: 516-463-5752
Fax: 516-463-6184

Contact Info
Carol Drummer
Dean of Graduate Admissions
Hempstead, NY 11549
Phone: 516-463-4876
Fax: 516-463-4664

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