CLEARFIELD – For the first time, Introduction to Counseling as a Profession, International Cultures through Literature and Film, and Action Methods for Stress Management will be offered in Clearfield beginning the week of January 12. These credit courses are scheduled as evening sections at the Clearfield Area High School.
RHS 301 Introduction to Counseling as a Profession is offered on Thursdays from 6:45- 9:20 pm. The course will provide an overview of the counseling theories that are often used in human service and rehabilitation practices. Susan Spaid is the course instructor.
CMLIT 153 International Cultures through Literature and Film is planned for Mondays and Wednesdays from 5:20 – 6:35 p.m. Students will learn about narrative techniques employed by literature and film in portraying different cultures; topics may vary each semester. George Weidlein is the instructor for this humanities (GH IL) course.
KINES 082 Action Methods for Stress Management is scheduled for Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:20 – 7:35 p.m. This health course (GHA) is intended to help individuals achieve wellness by studying the effects of stressors on systems of the body and effectiveness of activity to relieve stress. Meghan Gudalis is the course instructor.
Other courses offered in Clearfield include Adolescent Development, Introduction to Psychology, Basic Writing Skills, Analysis and Interpretation of Statistical Data in Education, Myths and Mythologies, Intermediate Algebra, Introduction to Theater and Environmental Science. To learn more about the Clearfield courses, please contact Scott Yeager, Adult Student Coordinator at 375-4759 or 591-5459.
Penn State is also offering courses in Philipsburg at the Philipsburg Area High School. Students can enroll in Interactive Learning and Web Design, Strategies in Classroom management, Video and Hypermedia in the Classroom, Rhetoric and Composition and Information, People and Technology. To learn more about the Philipsburg schedule of courses, please call 865-5403 or 800-252-3592.