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UMBC Management of Aging Studies
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The Creative Age Exhibit
at the Erickson School's Holiday Open House
bwtech@UMBC South : 230
Please join us for the Erickson School of Aging Studies' Holiday Open House, held in our office on December 18 from 3-5pm. The Erickson School is proud to present The Creative Age Exhibit,...
Transfer Week Coffee Giveaway!
Take a break from midterms and grab a cup o' joe!
Join the MAgS program for a FREE COFFEE giveaway, in celebration of Transfer Appreciation Week! Stop by our table on October 17 for a warm cup of coffee.
First ever MAJOR Event!
How will YOU change the world of aging?
The Commons : 318
We are so excited to be a part of the first ever MAJOR Event! Join our interactive session to learn how you can make your own path to solve challenges facing the aging services industry. Contact...
MAgS Advising Office Hours
Students: Are you interested in learning more about the Erickson School's Management of Aging Services program? Schedule an appointment today with an advisor by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. ...
Ever wondered how your intended major fits in with Aging?
Check out these files below.
Are you majoring in Psychology, Economics, Pre-Health, CMSC/IT, or Social Work? We bet you never thought of the job opportunities available to you with these degrees in aging services as well....
Welcome, Dr. Bradley!
Please join us in welcoming our new Dean to UMBC. We are so excited to watch as she takes the Erickson School to new heights. Visit our website below to learn more.
What type of job can I get with this degree?
From healthcare, to business, to nursing, you name it! Check out our diagram with active job listings below.
Welcome to MAgS!
The Erickson School at UMBC provides students with an interdisciplinary approach to aging services, public policy, and management. We are not located in the dorm, or near the field--rather, we...
About This Group
The Erickson School at UMBC combines aging studies, policy, and business management into a cohesive and interdisciplinary degree.
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