GO-60

GO-60

Registration for Summer 2016 will take place on Friday, May 13, 2016 

from 9-10 a.m. in the Solarium of the Sutherland Building.

Listed below are the Go-60 Courses Available for this summer:

 

ANTH 045 621 6/27-8/4 T R 600 925 SUTHRLND 204 JEFFREY RATCLIFFE
Cultural Anthropology (3) Beginnings of human culture; economic life, society, government, religion, and art among traditional peoples.

 

ART  001 611 5/16-6/23 T R 600 925 WOODLAND 220 DANIEL OLIVA
Introduction to the Visual Arts (3) Introduction to the media, elements, function, making, and meaning of visual arts today and in diverse historical and cultural contexts.

 

ART  020 621 6/27-8/4 M W 1000 300 WOODLAND 133 H THOMPSON
Introduction to Drawing (3) Introductory experience in making of art through drawing media; designed for non-majors seeking general overview of studio practice. 

 

ART  050 611 5/16-6/23 M W 1000 300 WOODLAND 133 EMILY STEINBERG
Introduction to Painting (3) Introductory experience in making of art through painting media; designed for non-majors seeking a general overview of studio practice.

 

ART H111 611 5/16-6/23 T R 1200 325 SUTHRLND 208 SARA LOUISE HOWELLS
Ancient to Medieval Art (3) Survey of Ancient Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Byzantine, Early Medieval, Romanesque, and Gothic art, with an emphasis on sculpture and painting.

 

BB H 119 611 5/16-6/23 MTWR 1200 145 SUTHRLND 222 TYRONE BURKETT
Behavior, Health, and Disease (3) Principles of health promotion, disease prevention, and treatment of acute and chronic illness. This course is designed for non-BB H majors. 

 

BB H 143 611 5/16-6/23 MTWR 1000 1145 SUTHRLND 222 TYRONE BURKETT
Drugs, Behavior, and Health (3) Health aspects of use and abuse of licit and illicit drugs; related social problems and prevention. Designed for non-BB H majors. 

 

BB H 146 621 6/27-8/4 MTWR 1000 1145 SUTHRLND 222 TYRONE BURKETT
Introduction to Health and Human Sexuality (3) An examination of human sexuality as it relates to health.                       

 

BI SC003 611 5/16-6/23 TWR 200 430 WOODLAND 313 MICHELE GRINAR
Environmental Science (3) Kinds of environments; past and present uses and abuses of natural resources; disposal of human wastes; prospects for the future. Students who have passed BIOL 220 or any other upper-level ecology course in biology may not schedule this course. 

 

BI SC004 611 5/16-6/23 TBA T R 500 825 WOODLAND 319 JOYCE JOHN
Human Body: Form and Function (3) A general survey of structure and function--from conception, through growth and reproduction, to death. Students who have passed BIOL 129 and 141 may not schedule this course. 

 

CAMS 045 611 5/16-6/23 M W 600 925 SUTHRLND 213 BRYAN POLK
Classical Mythology (3) Introduction to Greek and Roman divinities, heroes and heroines; survey of the major myths and their influence on Western culture. 

 

CAS  100A 611 5/16-6/23 MTWR 800 945 SUTHRLND 311 ELLEN BRENNAN
Effective Speech (3) Principles of communication, implemented through presentation of speeches, with some attention to group discussion and message evaluation. 

 

CAS  100A 623 6/27-8/4 M W 430 755 SUTHRLND 216 ERIC HERR
Effective Speech (3) Principles of communication, implemented through presentation of speeches, with some attention to group discussion and message evaluation. 

 

CAS  100B 621 6/27-8/4 T R 600 925 SUTHRLND 217 CURTIS HEINTZELMAN
Effective Speech (3) Principles of communication, implemented through group problem solving, with some attention to formal speaking and message evaluation.

 

ECON 102 621 6/27-8/4 T R 200 525 SUTHRLND 226 THOMAS STONE
Introductory Microeconomic Analysis and Policy (3) Methods of economic analysis and their use; price determination; theory of the firm; distribution.

 

ECON 104 611 5/16-6/23 MTWR 1200 145 SUTHRLND 211 ANTHONY GYAPONG
Introductory Macroeconomic Analysis and Policy (3) National income measurement; aggregate economic models; money and income; policy problems. 

 

ECON 104 621 6/27-8/4 M W 600 925 SUTHRLND 226 ROBERT DURNEY
Introductory Macroeconomic Analysis and Policy (3) National income measurement; aggregate economic models; money and income; policy problems. 

 

EDPSY010 611 5/16-6/23 T R 900 1225 CONF CTR 001 ANN MARTINELLI
Individual Differences and Education (3) Relationships between learner differences and physical, cognitive, language, social, and cultural development; emphasis on ethnicity, gender, special needs; schooling implications. 

 

HD FS229 621 6/27-8/4 T R 100 425 SUTHRLND 311 JUDITH NEWMAN
Infant and Child Development (3) Theory, research, and methods of social/behavioral/biological sciences related to developmental processes and intervention during infancy and childhood.

 

HIST 143 621 6/27-8/4 M W 600 925 SUTHRLND 308 LUKE SANTORO
History of Fascism and Nazism (3) The study of right-wing totalitarianism in the twentieth century, with special emphasis on Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany. 

 

MATH 035 621 6/27-8/4 MTWR 300 445 SUTHRLND 309 ABBEY AUXTER
General View of Mathematics (3) Survey of mathematical thought in logic, geometry, combinatorics, and chance. 

 

PHIL 012 621 6/27-8/4 HYBRID M 600 925 SUTHRLND 210 GARY CALORE
Symbolic Logic (3) Formal logical structures of propositions and arguments; mechanical tests and proof techniques for logically necessary truth and deductive validity.

 

PHOTO100 411 5/16-6/9 T R 900 230 WOODLAND 343 WALTER PLOTNICK
Introduction to Photography (3) An introduction to the aesthetics, history, and science of photography including practical and critical approaches to the art of photography. 

 

PSYCH100 621 5/16-6/23 M W 900 1225 SUTHRLND 008 NICKOLAS DOMINELLO

Introductory Psychology (3) Introduction to general psychology; principles of human behavior and their applications. 
 

RHS  100 611 5/16-6/23 T R 300 625 SUTHRLND 226 SHAUNA ROMAN
Introduction to Disability Culture (3) Social and cultural contexts of disability on both a micro and macro levels will be examined. 

 

RL ST001 621 6/27-8/4 MTWR 400 545 SUTHRLND 211 BRYAN POLK
 Introduction to World Religions (3) An historical and comparative survey of the principal beliefs and practices of the world's major religions. 

 

RL ST003 411 5/20-6/16 T R 200 440 SUTHRLND 215  PIERCE SALGUERO
Introduction to the Religions of the East (3) Religious experience, thought, patterns of worship, morals, and institutions in relation to culture in Eastern religions. 

Classes for Summer 2016 begin on Monday, May 16


The GO-60 Penn State Abington program offers tuition-free enrollment in undergraduate credit courses to people who are:

  • At least 60 years old
  • Retired or working less than half-time
  • Pennsylvania residents
  • Participants of GO-60 are permitted to enroll in undergraduate credit course(s) on a "space available basis" only
  • Applies to courses numbered 001 through 399 that are offered in the afternoon and the evening (morning classes are normally not available except during the summer months)
  • GO-60 is limited to 6 credits per semester. Additional credits may be taken at the current tuition rate. Students must meet any course prerequisites and follow established rules, regulations and procedures applicable to all students.

Please note, due to the record number of undergraduate students registered at Abington, the number of courses available to Go-60 students will be limited.

Also, please note that Go-60 students are responsible for the technology and facilities fees for each course.

PLEASE NOTE:  TO SEE COURSE DESCRIPTIONS PLEASE GO TO:

http://bulletins.psu.edu/undergrad/courses/