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Supplemental Instruction

Join weekly Supplemental Instruction (SI) study sessions to help you succeed in your intro course! SI Leaders – TAs or peers who have already successfully taken your course – plan and lead two identical, voluntary SI sessions each week. You can join at any point in the semester. Check your course’s Canvas page to view session times and locations.

SI Leaders plan sessions that are collaborative and closely follow the course. You should expect to work together with your peers and SI leaders to discover, process, ask questions, and better understand course content in a relaxed and engaging setting. Students who regularly attend SI sessions typically score a half to a full letter grade higher than those who don’t!

American Studies

AMS 310: Introduction to American Studies, Professor Brumberg-Kraus


BIO 311D: Introduction to Biology II, Professors Buskirk, English, Fritz


CC 301: Introduction to Ancient Greece, Professor Carrete

CC 302: Introduction to Ancient Rome, Professor Pittard

CC 303: Introduction to Classical Mythology, Professors Adams, Curtis

CC 306M: Introduction to Medical and Scientific Terminology, Professor Curtis

Computer Science

CS 303E: Elements of Computers and Programming, Professor Young

CS 312: Introduction to Programming, Professor Ramsey

CS 314: Data Structures, Professor Scott

Electrical Engineering

ECE 302: Introduction to Electrical Engineering, Professor Lee

ECE 306: Introduction to Computing Systems, Professor N. Telang

ECE 312: Software Design and Implementation, Professor Nandakumar

ECE 319H: Introduction to Embedded Systems, All Professors

ECE 319K: Introduction to Embedded Systems, All Professors

ECE 411: Circuit Theory, Professors Ju, Swartzlander


ECO 304K: Introduction to Microeconomics, Professor Mateer

ECO 304L: Introduction to Macroeconomics, Professor Geerling

ECO 329: Economic Statistics, Professor Slesnick


HIS 315K: The United States 1492-1865, Professors Fourmy, Olwell, Ozanne

HIS 315L: The United States Since 1865, Professor Kramer

Management Information Systems

MIS 301H: Introduction to Information Technology Management- Honors, All Professors