Registration for the Fall Semester
will take place on Friday, August 22 from 9-10
in the Solarium of the Sutherland Building.
Please note, due to the record number of undergraduate students registered for the fall, 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.
Cost for the Fall term is:
If your total number of credits above are between 1 – 4, add $86
If your total number of credits above are between 5 – 8, add $189
If your total number of credits above are between 1 – 4, add $37
If your total number of credits above are between 5 – 8, add $90
So, for example, if you are taking one course the cost is
$86 + $37 = $123 total.
If you are taking two courses the cost is:
$189 + $90 = $279 total
Here is the list of courses available for Go60 Students:
Fall 2014 Courses Available to Go-60 Students
Sch # Title Sec Day Begins Ends Bldg Room
366682 ANTH 045 101 M 600 840 SUTHRLND 204
376300 ANTH 045 102 W 600 840 SUTHRLND 204
ANTH 045 (GS;US;IL) Cultural Anthropology (3) Beginnings of human culture; economic life, society, government, religion, and art among traditional peoples.
365599 CRIMJ200 001 T R 430 545 SUTHRLND 320
CRIMJ 200 Introduction to Security and Loss Control (3) A general introduction to the field of private security and asset protection.
367027 ECON 351 001 T R 1100 1215 CONF CTR 102
ECON 351 Money and Banking (3) Money, credit, commercial and central banking, financial intermediaries, treasury operations, monetary theory and policy, and foreign exchange. Students who have already taken Econ. 451 may not schedule this course.
Prerequisite: ECON 102 orECON 104
458167 EDPSY014 002 R 430 710 SUTHRLND 204
EDPSY 014 Learning and Instruction (3) Psychology of human learning applied toward the achievement of educational goals; evaluation of learning outcomes.
430636 ENGL 211 001 T R 300 415 SUTHRLND 208
ENGL 211 Introduction to Writing Studies (3) This course introduces students to the most salient issues and theories in writing studies. Students explore contemporary theories and issues about writing in order to understand writing as a skill and a complex object of study in various professional contexts.
Prerequisite: ENGL 015 orENGL 030 ; third semester standing
456259 FIN 301 003 T R 430 545 SUTHRLND 311
FIN 301 Corporation Finance (3) Nature of finance function; risk and return concepts; working capital; dividend policies; mergers; security markets; acquisition and management of corporate capital; analysis of operations, forecasting capital requirements; raising capital; and planning profits. Available to Baccalaureate students only. Not available to students who have taken B A 301.
Prerequisite: ENGL 015 orENGL 030;ACCTG 211;ECON 102 orECON 104;SCM 200 orSTAT 200
367045 H P A101 101 M 600 840 SUTHRLND 308
H P A 101 Introduction to Health Services Organization (3) Examination of the social, political, historic, and scientific factors in the development and organization of health services.
367048 H P A332 101 R 600 840 SUTHRLND 215
370243 HIST 160 101 T 600 840 SUTHRLND 226
HIST 160 (US) American Naval History (3) Introduction to the role of the United States Navy in the defense, diplomacy, commerce, and scientific development of the nation.
370246 HIST 173 101 M W 600 715 SUTHRLND 213
HIST 173 (GH;IL) Vietnam in War and Peace (3) Rise of nationalism and communism; origins of conflict; United States involvement; impact on postwar regional and international politics; contemporary Vietnam.
370255 HIST 175 001 M W 430 545 SUTHRLND 213
HIST 175 (GH;IL) The History of Modern East Asia (3) Comparative survey of the internal developments and external relations of China and Japan since their contact with the industrialized West.
430444 HIST 297B 001 T R 300 415 WOODLAND 345
HIST 297B History Goes Outside (3) Learn how historical thinking moves from scholars to the public -- examine museums, films, historic districts and some other professional pathways.
370285 INART005 101 R 600 915 WOODLAND 112
INART 005 The Performing Arts (Theater, Ballet, Modern Dance, Opera, Musical Theater, and Symphonic Music). The course is a study of the basic principles of each of those arts with illustrative examples shown during each class. The goal is to enable the class participants to be better prepared consumers of the arts. There will also be one or two field trips to professional productions in the Philadelphia area.
458692 J ST 114 002 M F 1100 1215 SUTHRLND 206
ST 114 (GH;US;IL) (RL ST 114) Modern Judaism (3) Trends in Jewish life and thought since the French revolution; Judaism's responses to the challenge of modernity.
430867 LTNST100 101 M 600 840 WOODLAND 135
LTNST 100 (GH;US) Introduction to Latina/s Studies (3) This course provides an interdisciplinary introduction to the study of Latinas/os in the U.S.
425821 MKTG 342 001 T R 300 415 WOODLAND 319
MKTG 342 Marketing Research (3) Research approaches, methods, and applications studied as a formal approach to problem solving for marketing decisions.
Prerequisite: B A 303 orMKTG 301;SCM 200 orSTAT 200
367111 R M 302 101 M 600 840 SUTHRLND 222
R M 302 Risk and Insurance (3) Introduction to the principles and methods of handling business and personal risks; emphasis on insurance techniques.
Effective: Spring 2012
Prerequisite: fourth-semester standing
369058 RHS 100 001 T R 430 545 SUTHRLND 227
RHS 100 (GS;US;IL) Introduction to Disability Culture (3) Social and cultural contexts of disability on both a micro and macro levels will be examined.
366799 SOC 019 101 R 600 840 SUTHRLND 308
SOC 019 (GS) Sociology of Popular Culture (3) Students are introduced to the sociological study of how popular culture is produced, consumed, and experienced.
458308 THEA 102 101 T 600 840 SUTHRLND 320
THEA 102 (GA) Fundamentals of Acting (3) Introduction to the art and craft of acting for non-theatre majors.
370522 THEA 105 001 T R 930 1045 SUTHRLND 213
THEA 105 (GA) Introduction to Theatre (3) An introduction and overview of the history, craft, and art of the theatre to foster an informed appreciation of theatrical events. This course is an alternate to THEA 100.
This 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
Participants of GO-60 are permitted to enroll in undergraduate credit course(s)-
on a "space available basis" only
numbered 001 through 399
that are offered in the afternoon and the evening (morning classes are normally not available)
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.