This non-credit online certificate program is appropriate for professionals in the field of aging services and transportation services interested in addressing senior transportation challenges and managing services that meet the mobility needs of an aging population.
The certificate emphasizes specialized transportation services for senior passengers as well as public and community transportation services, but also identifies and discusses the needs of older adult passengers.
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Click here for more information on the Organizing and Managing Senior Transportation Options Certificate.
Registration is administered through College of Advancing and Professional Studies at UMass Boston. Payment is due upon registration. Please see Fee Schedule below.
|Type of Fee||Amount|
|Fee per course||$1000 ***|
|Alternate Fee: Per module for those not interested in certificate||$200|
|Late Reg. Fee per semester*||$0|
|Returned Check Fee per semester**||$28|
|Total for course||$1000|
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*applicable when you register after deadline; non-refundable unless course has been cancelled
** applicable when checks returned unpaid
*** course pricing varies by course.
The University of Massachusetts is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE).
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“The program gave me a more potent vocabulary to articulate a vision to both augment and improve our transportation program. The scope of ideas and information from the instructors and guest ‘experts’ as well as fellow students from across the U.S. have been wonderful. I’m glad that this was where I took my first online course.”
-David Klein, Director | Carlisle Council on Aging
“This program has provided invaluable insights into the special transit needs of our aging population. The lectures, ‘Ask the Expert’ sessions, and ancillary resource materials have been excellent. Clearly, as transit providers and as a society in general we need to get ahead of the curve now by beginning to plan for these supportive transportation services, so necessary as Boomers continue to age!”
-Donna Baker, MHSA Executive Director | Green Mountain Community Network, Inc.