Applicants for the MS in Dementia and Aging Studies program: Course prerequisites for M.S. in Dementia and Aging students include 6 hours of undergraduate sociology courses, or other social science courses, related to aging or gerontology; 2 years of documented experience in the field of gerontology may be substituted for 3 or 6 hours of social science prerequisites. These prerequisites may have been earned at other universities and may be taken prior to entering or in the first semester of the graduate program.
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Out of State Applicants for MSDA
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Applicants from some states are not permitted to take online classes at Texas State University
Only Texas residents may opt for the Long-term Care Track in the MSDA. The internship that is required for the Long-term Care Track must be completed in Texas.
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