Go - 60

Registration for the Spring Semester

will take place on Friday, January 9, 2015 from 9-10 a.m.

in the Solarium of the Sutherland Building.

 

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.

Cost for the Fall term is:

Technology Fee

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

Facilities Fee

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 for the Spring Semester 2015


Spring 2015 Courses Available to Go-60 Students

SCH Title SEC Description Day Begins Ends Bldg Room Cr
533404 AF AM145 1 African American Religion T R 430 545 S 211 3
464905 AFR  110 1 Introduction to Contemporary Africa T R 130 245 S 211 3
513718 AM ST106 101 The Mass Media and Society T 600 840 W 313 3
467866 ANTH 021 1 Introductory Biological Anthropology T R 800 915 R 101 3
467872 ANTH 045 1 Cultural Anthropology M W 330 445 S 204 3
467875 ANTH 045 2 Cultural Anthropology T R 400 515 S 204 3
467878 ANTH 045 101 Cultural Anthropology M 600 840 S 222 3
506671 ART  001 2 Introduction to the Visual Arts M W 900 1015 S 9 3
506707 ART  010 1 INTRODUCTION TO VISUAL STUDIES T R 500 745 W 135 3
506749 ART  201 2 Beginning New Media Art W F 900 1150 W 343 3
468457 COMM 100 102 The Mass Media and Society T 600 840 S 217 3
515248 COMM 100 101 The Mass Media and Society T 600 840 W 313 3
465073 COMM 150 1 The Art of the Cinema R 300 615 S 9 3
468460 COMM 150 101 The Art of the Cinema T 600 915 W 112 3
467800 CRIMJ100 101 Introduction to Criminal Justice T 600 840 S 226 3
467803 CRIMJ200 101 Introduction to Criminal Justice W 600 840 S 217 3
468007 EDTHP115A 1 Competing Rights: Issues in American Education T R 1100 1215 S 208 3
465475 ENGL 100 1 English Language Analysis M W F 100 150 S 211 3
465409 ENGL 103 1 Great Books of American Literature M W F 100 150 S 227 3
465478 ENGL 110 1 Newswriting Practicum T R 1220 125 W 343 2
465484 ENGL 145 1 Irish Renaissance T R 930 1045 S 213 3
465490 ENGL 194 1 A Century of Women Writers: 1870-1970 T R 430 545 S 213 3
465679 GER  190 1 Contemporary German Literature in Translation T R 930 1045 S 306 3
465691 HIST 020 1 American Civilization to 1877 T R 430 545 S 215 3
465697 HIST 020 101 American Civilization to 1878 T 600 840 S 215 3
465721 HIST 021 101 American Civilization Since 1877 T 600 840 W 121 3
465724 HIST 108 1 The Crusades: Holy War in the Middle Ages T R 930 1045 S 215 3
465727 HIST 113 101 Baseball in Comparative History T 600 840 W 220 3
465745 HIST 173 101 History of Japanese Civilization M 600 840 S 217 3
465754 HIST 174 101 The History of Traditional East Asia R 600 840 S 213 3
465757 HIST 175 1 The History of Modern East Asia M W 430 545 S 217 3
465760 HIST 181 1 Introduction to the Middle East T R 800 915 S 215 3
465841 INART298 101 Special Topics R 600 915 W 112 3
467239 MATH 017 3 Finite Mathematics   T R 400 515 S 308 3
467338 MATH 035 1 General View of Mathematics  M W F 800 850 S 305 3
466027 MUSIC005 1 An Introduction to Western Music M W F 200 250 W 340 3
466030 MUSIC005 2 An Introduction to Western Music T R 930 1045 W 340 3
466033 MUSIC007 1 Evolution of Jazz    T R 130 245 W 340 3
466036 MUSIC007 2 Evolution of Jazz    T R 300 415 W 340 3
466045 MUSIC008 1 Rudiments of Music     M W 900 1015 W 340 3
466075 MUSIC121 1 Basic Musicianship I T 1100 1215 W 340 1
466234 PHIL 007 1 Asian Philosophy T R 300 415 W 132 3
467740 PL SC001 101 American National Government T 600 840 S 210 3
468064 RHS  100 1 Introduction to Disability Culture T R 430 545 S 309 3
466258 RL ST120 1 New Testament M W F 800 850 S 216 3
533410 RL ST145 1 African American Religion T R 430 545 S 211 3
466318 THEA 105 1 Introduction to Theatre T R 300 415 S 8 3

 



Program application form.

 



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

Pennsylvania residents

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.


Frequently Asked Questions


 

Contact
Eva Klein
Eva Klein
215-881-7387