Master of Professional Studies in Aging Services Leadership**
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.
The M.P.S. in aging services leadership is designed to prepare students academically and professionally for many career opportunities in the aging services profession. The multi-disciplinary curriculum requires students to complete 10 three-credit-hour classes. Each course is taught in a one-month period. On campus classes are held on Friday nights (6-9 p.m.) and Saturdays (9 a.m.-3 p.m.) for two weekends per month.
|Courses in Aging||Hours|
|AGE 6003||Aging: An Interdisciplinary Approach||3|
|AGE 6013||Ethical Issues in Aging||3|
|AGE 6103||The Care Continuum and Delivery System Trends||3|
|AGE 6203||Innovations in Aging||3|
|AGE 6303||Leadership in Aging Services||3|
|AGE 6403||Legal Issues in Aging||3|
|AGE 6603||Elder Mediation and Intergenerational Communication||3|
|AGE 6613||Spiritual Formation in the Aging and Aged||3|
|AGE 6513||Aging Policy and Finance||3|
|AGE 6993||TransformAging® Project: Capstone||3|
* These four courses constitute the Graduate Certificate in Aging Services Leadership.
** Offered on demand.