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Students will enhance their intellectual skills and develop a deeper sense of personal and social responsibility, through exploration of diversity in US society and culture; creative reflection on their own identities and relationships; cross-cultural awareness of equality, justice, progress, and freedom; and the study of ethical issues from proficient perspectives. The course will focus on diversity and expose students to some of the multicultural factors that contribute to the life-course: the socialization differences and the “life-chance” differences that may follow ethnic, racial and/or minority status, including gender. GERON 5005 meets with GERON 3005. GERON 5005 is the graduate level course for Diversity and Aging; GERON 3005 is the undergraduate level course. The courses differ slightly as they align with their respective graduate and undergraduate objectives and assignments. Please be sure you register for the correct course level.