Graduate Certificate in Aging Services Leadership

Students may earn a professional graduate certificate in aging services leadership by completing 15 required credits.

Older and Younger Women

Courses in Aging—15 hours Hours
AGE 6003 Aging: An Interdisciplinary Approach 3
AGE 6103 The Care Continuum and Delivery System Trends 3
AGE 6303 Leadership in Aging Services 3
AGE 6603 Elder Mediation & Intergenerational Communication 3

Elective: One three hour graduate level elective chosen to meet individual student career objectives. AGE 6053 Community and Congregational Resources, any CORE graduate level competency course, or another graduate course approved by the academic director may fulfill the three hour elective requirement.

Program Overview

Lipscomb University has made a commitment to help find lasting and meaningful solutions to long-term and post-acute care challenges in the United States. The School of TransformAging’s Aging Services Leadership program aspires to offer the Nation’s most innovative graduate degree in aging services and to educate a new workforce who will passionately pursue careers with the aging and demonstrate a holistic skill set.

A Master of Professional Studies in Aging Services Leadership is also available to interested students upon the completion of the certificate and requires only six additional courses.