Current Students

Current Course Offerings - Spring 2018

Course Title Instructor Day/Time Location
GERO 300 C100 Introduction to Gerontology
Distance Education
GERO 300 D100 Introduction to Gerontology Sarah Canham
Mo 9:30 AM – 12:20 PM
BLU 10655, Burnaby
GERO 301 C100 Research Methods in Gerontology
Distance Education
GERO 401 D100 Environment and Aging Atiya Mahmood
Tu 11:30 AM – 2:20 PM
HCC 2205, Vancouver
GERO 404 D100 Health and Illness in Later Life Sharon Koehn
Tu 2:30 PM – 5:20 PM
HCC 2205, Vancouver
GERO 411 D100 Special Topics in Gerontology II (Culture, Migration & Aging) Sharon Koehn
We 9:30 AM – 12:20 PM
HCC 1505, Vancouver
GERO 420 C100 Sociology of Aging
Distance Education
GERO 450 E100 Evaluation of Health Programs for Older Adults Susan Crawford
We 4:30 PM – 8:20 PM
HCC 2925, Vancouver
GERO 804 G100 Advanced Qualitative Methods in Gerontology Habib Chaudhury
We 9:30 AM – 12:20 PM
HCC 2290, Vancouver
GERO 810 G200 Community-based Housing, Health and Support Services for Older Adults Atiya Mahmood
Mo 9:30 AM – 12:20 PM
HCC 1525, Vancouver
GERO 850 G100 MA Internship TBA
Location: TBA
GERO 889 G100 Directed Studies TBA
Location: TBA
GERO 896 G100 Project Proposal TBA
Location: TBA
GERO 897 G100 Thesis Proposal TBA
Location: TBA
GERO 898 G100 MA Project TBA
Location: TBA
GERO 898 G200 MA Project TBA
Location: TBA
GERO 899 G100 MA Thesis TBA
Location: TBA
GERO 899 G200 MA Thesis TBA
Location: TBA
GERO 996 G100 Thesis Proposal TBA
Location: TBA
GERO 998 G100 PhD Thesis TBA
Location: TBA

Student Caucus

The Gerontology Graduate Caucus (GGC) is the graduate student organization of the Department of Gerontology at Simon Fraser University. The GGC represents Gerontology graduate students in discussion of academic and intellectual issues at both the departmental and university level. The GGC also promotes career opportunities in Gerontology and organizes social and recreational activities for Gerontology graduate students. The GGC is a member of the Simon Fraser Student Society and maintains an active relationship with the Canadian Association on Gerontology Student Connection – Connection Étudiante. Some of the current projects of the GGC include coordination of social and networking events including the annual GGC Career Night. Look for upcoming articles and announcements from the GGC in future newsletters.

If you would like to learn more about us, please contact the GGC Chair, Patrick Aubert at paubert@sfu.ca  

Student Zone

While the faculty and staff in the Department of Gerontology are available for advice and guidance, the ultimate responsibility for completeness and correctness of course selection, for compliance with and completion of program and degree requirements and for observance of regulations and deadlines, rests with the student. Graduate Regulations can be found in the University Calendar.

The Department of Gerontology's Policy on ACADEMIC HONESTY IN COURSEWORK - a MUST read!

Doctoral

Graduate Caucus

  • Chair : Vacant
  • Vice-Chair : Denise Beaton
  • Secretary : Eireann O'Dea
  • Treasurer : Patrick Aubert
  • Social Coord : Vacant
  • GSS Rep : Mhairi Campbell
  • Member-at-Large : Bonita Nath

Gerontology Graduate Caucus Annual Report 2013-2014

Master's

You will need to complete a Criminal Record Check prior to starting your Internship. You can do this here

MA Thesis Completion Option

MA Capstone Project Completion Option

Examples of Capstone Project Proposals

Examples of Systematic Reviews

Examples of Grant Applications