IGERT trainees work toward a minor in Aging Sciences, which integrates knowledge from the diet and genetics, musculoskeletal, psychosocial, and gerontechnology research cores in CHAR.

To complete this integrated minor, IGERT trainees must acquire a minimum of 15 credits from the following course work at Oregon State University:

  • HDFS 565 – Behavioral & Social Sciences of Aging (3 credits) Fall 2011
  • BB 565 – Physiological & Molecular Aspects of Aging (3 credits) Fall 2012
  • IST 520x – Responsible Conduct of Research (1 credit) Fall 2011
  • HDFS 607 – Seminar/Research & Professional Topics in Aging (1 credit) Fall, Winter, Spring

Admissions Process

Please contact the program office.

Available Concentrations

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MAIS Participation

This program is not offered as a MAIS field of study.