2015 Summer Tuition Info


2014-2015 Tuition for Undergraduate Courses: 

$284 per credit, in-state
$290 per credit, out-of-state, online class
$639 per credit, out-of-state, face-to-face class

2014-2015 Tuition for Graduate Courses:
$454 per credit, in-state
$463 per credit, out-of-state, online class
$681 per credit, out-of-state, face-to-face class

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K-12 Educators Institute
Summer Course Offerings

* Registration for Summer 2015 begins Monday, March 23, 2015 *

CURRENT or PREVIOUS SHIPPENSBURG UNIVERSITY STUDENTS: Current Shippensburg University students can register for summer classes by logging into the MyShip portal at https://my.ship.edu using their Shippensburg University email address and password.

If you took any K-12 Educators Institute courses last summer and do not remember your login information, please email pcde@ship.edu for assistance. 

NON-DEGREE STUDENTS: Individuals may enroll in Shippensburg University classes without being a degree-seeking student as long as they meet the University’s academic requirements (as described in the undergraduate and graduate catalogs), have completed the prerequisite coursework for the particular course in which they would like to enroll, and are enrolling in a class that permits non-degree students to do so.  Non-degree seeking individuals may enroll in a summer class by following the directions at http://www.ship.edu/PCDE/Non-Degree/.

These courses are restricted to K-12 educators or graduate students with departmental approval. No undergraduate students will be permitted in these courses.

Looking for a subject or specific need?  Please contact Dr. Carolyn Callaghan at 717-477-1502

 

Summer 2015 List of Offerings

(Below is a tentative listing of Summer 2015 K12 Institute courses.  Please check back periodically, information will be updated daily)


ART490-71 Selected Topics: Conceptual Paintings - 3 Credits  

CRN - 41176 (Summer A)
June 15 - 19, 2015; Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Shippensburg University, 215 & 203 Huber Art Center, Painting Studio
Michael Campbell, MFA, Professor of Art and Design

This course focuses on defining conceptual paintings.  The paintings generated will investigate a diversity of processes and representations to expand content.  The student will select his or her own personal content,  paint media (watercolor, acrylic, oil, tempera, or encaustic), and support(s).  This course of study will explore both additive and subtractive painting methods.  The student will have the option of working on other painting skills during the course. An optional day trip to art galleries in New York City or Philadelphia will be scheduled to see contemporary painting themes expressed through a variety of styles and media (Wednesday, June 17th).

An optional four-day residency program is available with this course.  This involves a four day intense class schedule with evening class hours: Monday and Tuesday 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. and then 6 - 10 p.m.; Wednesday 6:30 a.m. - 11 p.m. (optional NYC trip); and Thursday 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. with an individual critique with Professor Campbell at 1 p.m.

NOTE:  There is an additional cost for the optional trip.  A suggested materials list is mailed upon enrollment.


ART491-71 Selected Topics: Mixed Media Drawings- 3 Credits

CRN - 41159 (Summer A)
June 22 - June 26, 2015; Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Shippensburg University, 215 & 203 Huber Art Center, Painting Studio
Michael Campbell, MFA, Professor of Art and Design

This course focuses on exploring mixed media drawing. Drawing techniques and the appropriate supports will be determined by the student selected media. Students will create mixed media drawings with content of personal interest. Students will be encouraged to experiment with a variety of dry and wet media (black, white and color) and tools (brush, pen, stick) while developing a series of mixed media drawings. The student will have the option of working on other types of drawing and their techniques during the course. An optional day trip to art galleries in New York City or Philadelphia will be scheduled to see contemporary painting themes expressed through a variety of styles and media (Wednesday, June 24).

An optional four-day residency program is available with this course. This involves a four day intense class schedule with evening class hours: Monday and Tuesday 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. and then 6 - 10 p.m.; Wednesday 6:30 a.m. - 11 p.m. (optional NYC trip); and Thursday 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. with an individual critique with Professor Campbell at 1 p.m.

NOTE: There is an additional cost for the optional trip. A suggested materials list is mailed upon enrollment.


ART492-71 Selected Topics: Combining Drawing with Painting - 3 Credits

CRN - 41160 (Summer A)
June 29 - July 3, 2015; Wk 1 Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Shippensburg University, 215 & 2013 Huber Annex, Drawing Studio
Michael Campbell, MFA, Professor of Art and Design

This course focuses on investigating methods for combining drawing with painting. The student will identify their own content and then through experimentation and development will combine drawing with painting. The student will select his or her own drawing and paint media (watercolor, acrylic, oil, tempera, or encaustic), tools, techniques, and support(s). The student will have the option of working on other drawing/painting skills during the course and producing other non-Narrative paintings. An optional day trip to art galleries in New York City or Philadelphia will be scheduled to see contemporary drawing themes expressed through a variety of styles and media (Wednesday, July 1).

An optional four-day residency program is available with this course. This involves a four day intense class schedule with evening class hours: Monday and Tuesday 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. and then 6 - 10 p.m.; Wednesday 6:30 a.m. - 11 p.m. (optional NYC trip); and Thursday 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. with an individual critique with Professor Campbell at 1 p.m.

NOTE: There is an additional cost for the NYC trip. A suggested materials list is mailed upon enrollment. 


 

ART493-71 Selected Topics: Contemporary Stone Sculptural Methods for the Artist/Educator - 3 Credits

CRN - 41161 (Summer A)
June 22 - June 26, 2015; Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Shippensburg University, Huber Art Center Sculpture Studio
Steve Dolbin, MFA, Professor of Art and Design

An intense process driven investigation of the sculptural possibilities of stone.  This course is designed to give K-12 Art Educators hands on experience in the areas of cutting and carving stone as well the techniques of hand, electric and pneumatic finishing of stone.

Emphasis on the concept of sculptural form and its significance in aesthetic exploration. It is hoped that students will better understand form and the development of sculpture in stone.  Students will observe the natural world for reference and example. Students will also be exposed to our human made world and its constructs (architecture, engineering, etc). Students should develop an awareness of varied form making processes and how they affect both aesthetic and function.



ART494-75 Selected Topics: Figure Sculpture and Drawing for the Artist/Educator - 3 Credits

CRN - 42113 (Summer B)
July 6 - July 10, 2015; Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Shippensburg University, Huber Arts Center Drawing Studio
Steve Dolbin, MFA, Professor of Art and Design

The aim of this course is to explore a cross section of traditional and contemporary drawing/modeling processes.  It is anticipated that the subject will emerge with a clearer understanding of the human figure as a subject or vehicle for creative expression.  The class consists of intense studio activity as well as lecture, demonstration and critique.


 

ART495-75 Selected Topics: Contemporary Metal Sculptural Methods for the Artist/Educator - 3 Credits

CRN - 42114 (Summer B)
July 13 - July 17, 2015; Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Shippensburg University, Huber Art Center Sculpture Studio
Steve Dolbin, MFA, Professor of Art and Design

An intense process driven investigation of the sculptural possibilities of metal.  This course is designed to give K-12 Art Educators hands on experience in the areas of forging and welding metal as well the techniques of hand, electric and pneumatic finishing of metal.

Emphasis on the concept of sculptural form and its significance in aesthetic exploration. It is hoped that students will better understand form and the development of sculpture in metal.  Students will observe the natural world for reference and example. Students will also be exposed to our human made world and its constructs (architecture, engineering, etc). Students should develop an awareness of varied form making processes and how they affect both aesthetic and function.


 

ART496-75 Selected Topics: Contemporary Wood Sculptural Methods for the Artist/Educator - 3 Credits

CRN - 42115 (Summer B)
July 20 - July 24, 2015; Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Shippensburg University, Huber Art Center Sculpture Studio
Steve Dolbin, MFA, Professor of Art and Design

An intense process driven investigation of the sculptural possibilities of wood.  This course is designed to give K-12 Art Educators hands on experience in the areas of selecting, preparing, fabricating and carving wood as well the techniques of hand, electric and pneumatic finishing of wood.

Emphasis on the concept of sculptural form and its significance in aesthetic exploration. It is hoped that students will better understand form and the development of sculpture in wood.  Students will observe the natural world for reference and example. Students will also be exposed to our human made world and its constructs (architecture, engineering, etc). Students should develop an awareness of varied form making processes and how they affect both aesthetic and function.


 

CNS596-75 Selected Topics: Awareness Through Counseling and Spirituality - 3 Credits  

CRN - 42116 (Summer B)
June 29 - July 31, 2015; Mondays and Wednesdays, 5:50 - 9:15 p.m.
Shippensburg University, Shippen Hall 100
Dr. Andrew Carey, Professor, Counseling & College Student Personnel

This course emphasizes awareness as the foundation for true change.  All counseling theories have their own framework for achieving change with clients, but they all have one element in common. All are designed to facilitate client awareness. This course capitalizes on that crucial foundation by integrating spirituality into the counseling process. True spirituality, as emphasized in this course, encourages awareness of "what is" in life rather than resisting or trying to change life circumstances. Awareness increases people's grace or ability to respond effectively to life.


 

CNS597-71 Selected Topics: Integrated Care and Psychopharmacology from a Counseling Perspective - 3 Credits

CRN - 41162 (Summer A)
May 18 - June 26, 2015; Wednesdays, 6 - 9 p.m. with an online component
Dixon University Center, Harrisburg, PA
Deanna Lynn Bridge Najera, MPAS, MS, PA-C, Instructor, Counseling & College Student Personnel

Medicine and Mental Health are becoming more closely aligned than ever before. This is because physical and mental health are being addressed as a true single entity.  The focus of this post-masters course is to assist the practicing clinician and the advanced level student to work within the Integrated or Collaborative Care team serving the patient/client. Common disorders, diseases and conditions with mental health components will be described and care approaches will be discussed. A basic introduction of psychopharmacology as it relates to professional counselors will also be conducted. Students will develop and improve the skills necessary to stay well-informed of the latest developments in the field of medicine as it applies to mental health. This course is for individuals who are already familiar with the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM IV or DSM 5).  This highly interactive course will be taught as a hybrid with in-class as well as online required attendance.


COM526 (CRN41111) - Emerging Mass Media Technologies, May18-June19

DS100 (CRN41114) - Introduction to Disability Studies, May18-June19

ECH540 (CRN42078) - Families and Early Childhood Education, June29-July31

ECH563 (CRN41115) - Leadership in Early Childhood Education, May18-June19

ELP - Educator in the Workplace, dates TBA

ELP - Adlerian Counseling, dates TBA

ESC200 (CRN42080) - Lifestyle Management, June29-July31

ESC207  (CRN42081) - Stress Management, June29-July31

ESC213 (CRN42082) - Organization and Administration for Fitness and Sport Facilities, June29-July31

HCS381 (CRN42083) - Professional Communication and Multi-media Presentation, July20-Aug21

HIS502 (CRN41135) - Introduction to Archives, May18-June26

PSY265 (CRN41148) - Childhood and Adolescence, May18-June19

PSY447 (CRN41149) - Multicultural Health Psychology, May18-June19

SPN215 (CRN42096) - Intermediate Spanish For Heritage and Native Speakers, June29-July31

SWK262 (CRN42097) - Introduction to Child Welfare, July6-Aug14

TCH511 (CRN42098) - Elementary School Curriculum and Assessment, June29-July31

TCH575 (CRN41153) - Advanced Child Development, May18-June19

TCH600 (CRN41154) - Elements of Research, May18-June19

TCH620 (CRN42099) - Curricular Decision Planning: Standards, Assessment & Accountability, June29-July31     

SOC550 (CRN41152) - Leadership Theory and Practice, May18-June19