Key Reading allows students to attend class, read a few key articles each week, and complete five personal responses (reflections on what they are learning) throughout the program.
Undergraduate credit is roughly 3-5 hours reading per week, with weekly homework over the reading, 2 exams, and a paper (10-15 pages) due at the end of the class. As with graduate credit, if students are planning on transferring credit, it is their responsibility to check with their advisor to ascertain their school's policy on transferring credit into their program.
Graduate credit is roughly 5-7 hours reading per week, with weekly quizzes on the reading, 2 exams (including several essay questions), and a paper (18-20 pages) due at the end of the class. Depending on the credit-granting school, there may be additional work required. As with undergraduate credit, if students planning on transferring credit, it is their responsibility to check with their advisor to see ascertain their school's policy on transferring credit into their program.
Q: Why does Perspectives cost so much?
A: The fees for the class are based on the travel expenses for speakers, administrative costs, costs for class materials, etc. This is necessary to ensure the quality of the program. The class offers different discounts including early bird. Visit the class page to learn more.
If you need financial assistance. please contact Daniel Downey.
Q: Will childcare be provided?
Q: I am still not sure whether it is the right class for me. What should I do?
A: Come to our orientation session on January 7 at 6:15 pm in Venue 2.
Q: Where can I find more info about the class?
A: Visit perspectives.org/LosGatos or email at email@example.com.