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How are classes selected?
Courses selected for Supplemental Instruction are introductory courses in which undergraduate students are expected to perform well in order to progress in their major and/or meet their program’s requirements.
- ACCT 225
- BIOL 101, 102 & 243
- CHEM 102, 111, 112 & 333
- CSCE 145, 146 & 240
- ECIV 200
- EMCH 200
- FINA 363
- MART 210
- MATH 111, 115, 122, 141 & 142
- PHIL 114
- PHYS 201, 211 & 212
- PSYC 101
- Regularly attend class. Supplemental Instruction is not a replacement for attending class or talking to your professor
- Bring class notes, textbook and questions. Supplemental Instruction sessions engage students in a discussion of the most recent lecture material and provide you with opportunities to practice what you are learning
- Regularly attend Supplemental Instruction. Students who attend regularly are more likely to earn higher grades in the course
- Have fun! Supplemental Instruction sessions provide a comfortable, informal environment for you to share information and learn from your classmates
- Earn higher course grades
- Develop effective methods of studying course material
- Enhance study skills
- Collaborate with classmates to improve understanding of content
- Receive tips from Supplemental Instruction leaders who have previously taken the course