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SI Supported Courses

SI coordinators work with interested professors and departments to identify funding sources and potential SI leaders. If you or your department would like to augment your course offerings with SI support, please contact us.

Course Title Instructor
American Studies
AMS 310 Intro to American Studies Gutterman
AMS 310 Intro to American Studies Gaughen
Chemistry
CH 301 Principles of Chemistry I Vandenbout
CH 302 Principles of Chemistry II Anderson
CH 302 Principles of Chemistry II Biberdorf
CH 302 Principles of Chemistry II McCord
CH 302 Principles of Chemistry II Sparks
Classics
CC 301 Intro to Ancient Greece Fleming
CC 302 Intro to Ancient Rome Riggsby
CC 303 Intro to Classical Myth Beck
CC 303 Intro to Classical Myth Curtis
Computer Science
CS 312 Intro to Programming John
CS 314 Data Structures Scott
Economics
ECO 304K Intro to Microeconomics Hickenbottom
ECO 304K Intro to Microeconomics Shamoun
ECO 304L Intro to Macroeconomics Mostashari
ECO 329 Economics Statistics Bencivenga
Electrical Engineering
EE 302 Intro to Electrical Engineering Tutuc
EE 306 Intro to Computing Systems Telang
Government
GOV 312L Issues and Policies in American Government Weyland
History
HIS 315K The United States, 1492-1865 Kamil
HIS 315K The United States, 1492-1865 Olwelll