Fall 2012 Courses Available for Tutoring

(Note: updated regularly and subject to change due to tutor availability)

The following is a list of courses for which we have trained, content tutors.  Content tutors have taken and successfully completed the course.  They have been recommended to tutor the course by a faculty member in the department and have completed training with the Learning Center staff.  Such training focuses on good tutoring practices and strategies for tutoring in their content area.

If you would like help with a paper for any course, please attend a Writing Walk-In or make an appointment with a writing tutor.  Writing tutors may not have taken the course, but they have been recommended by a faculty member to tutor writing and have completed training with Learning Center Staff.  Such training focuses on the dynamics of a writing tutoring session and specific strategies to help others become better writers. 

We do our best to find qualified tutors for all of the following courses. However, there are times when we may be unable to provide a qualified tutor for some of these courses.

Accounting
 

  • ACC201 - Principles of Accounting I
  • ACC202 - Principles of Accounting II
  • ACC302 - Intermediate Accounting II
  • ACC351 - Legal Environment of Business 

    Anthropology
     

  • ANT101 - Introduction to Human Evolution
  • ANT102 - Comparative Cultures

    Biology
     

  • BIO100 - Concepts in Biology
  • BIO101 - General Biology I
  • BIO102 - General Biology II
  • BIO103 - Concepts in Biology without Lab
  • BIO106 - Epidemic!
  • BIO202 - Introduction to Microbiology
  • BIO203 - Microbiology
  • BIO208 - Evolution
  • BIO304 - Ecology
  • BIO305 - General Genetics
  • BIO326 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I
  • BIO327 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II
  • BIO335 - Extinction
  • BIO405 - Immunology

    Chemistry
     

  • CHE100 - Chemistry and Society with Lab
  • CHE101 - General Chemistry
  • CHE103 - Chemistry and Society
  • CHE111 - Fundamental Principles of Chemistry I
  • CHE112 - Fundamental Principles of Chemistry II
  • CHE240 - Fundamental Principles of Organic Chemistry
  • CHE241 - Organic Chemistry I
  • CHE242 - Organic Chemistry II  
  • CHE371 - General Biochemistry
  • CHE401 - Biochemistry I
  • CHE402 - Biochemistry II

    Communication
     

  • CMM101 - Introduction to Public Speaking

    Communication Disorders and Sciences
     

  • CDS211 - Elementary American Sign Language I
  • CDS212 - Elementary American Sign Language II  
  • CDS213 - Elementary American Sign Language III 

    Computer Science
     

  • CSC221 - Introduction to Computer Science

Economics

  • ECO101 - Principles of Economics
  • ECO110 - Introduction to Microeconomics
  • ECO111 - Introduction to Macroeconomics
  • ECO201 - Intermediate Microeconomics
  • ECO202 - Intermediate Macroeconomics
  • ECO260 - Social Data Modeling
  • ECO362 - Business Stats II

    English
     

  • ENG100 - College Writing I
  • ENG101 - College Writing II
  • ENG295 - Ancient Myth and Modern Myth Making

    Environmental Science
     

  • ENV101 - Introduction to Environmental Science
  • ENV206 - Environmental Technology I
  • ENV304 - Ecology
  • ENV355 - Principles of Remote Sensing
  • ENV356 - Environmental Technology II
  • ENV455 - Advanced Remote Sensing

    Finance
     

  • FIN350 - Financial Planning
  • FIN355 - Principles of Finance
  • FIN385 - Corporate Finance Management
  • FIN420 - Portfolio Management Theory

    Food and Nutrition
     

  • FNI211 - Human Nutrition

    French
     

  • FRE111 - Elementary French I
  • FRE112 - Elementary French II
  • FRE150 - Intensive French Review
  • FRE213 - Intermediate French I
  • FRE214 - Intermediate French II

    German
     

  • GER111 - Elementary German I 
  • GER112 - Elementary German II

    History
     

  • HIS101 - United States Civilization to 1877
  • HIS122 - European Civilization Since 1815
  • HIS285 - Historical Practices

    Journalism
     

  • JOU206 - Introduction to News Writing 

    Management and International Business
     

  • MGM275 - Business Applications and Info Systems
  • MGM350 - Quantitative Analysis Models 

    Marketing
     

  • MKE290 - Principles of Marketing

    Mathematics
     

  • MAT101 - Elementary College Mathematics
  • MAT102 - Precalculus
  • MAT104 - Trigonometry
  • MAT131 - Quantitative Reasoning in Basic Math
  • MAT161 - Introductory Statistics
  • MAT202 - Linear Algebra I
  • MAT221 - Calculus for the Life, Management & Social Sciences I
  • MAT222 - Calculus for the Life, Management & Social Sciences II
  • MAT224 - Calculus I
  • MAT225 - Calculus II
  • MAT326 - Calculus III

    Music
     

  • MUS120 - Fundamental Musicianship
  • MUS283 - Piano Class I
  • MUS383 - Piano Class II

    Nursing
     

  • NUR304 - Health Assessment
  • NUR360 - Care of the Childbearing Family

    Physics
     

  • PHY101 - Introduction: Physics
  • PHY102 - Intro to Physics
  • PHY104 - Physics for the Life Sciences
  • PHY111 - General Physics I
  • PHY112 - General Physics II

    Political Sciences
     

  • PSC390 - U.S. Constitutional Law
  • PSC391 - U.S. Civil Liberties 

    Psychology
     

  • PSY101 - General Psychology
  • PSY205 - Experimental Design
  • PSY206 - Psychological Statistics
  • PSY311 - Survey of Human Dev
  • PSY331 - Introduction to Biopsychology
  • PSY361 - Social Psychology
  • PSY416 - Evolutionary Psychology

    Science and Society
     

  • SCI120 - Science in Everyday Life

    Sociology
     

  • SOC101 - Introduction to Sociology 

    Spanish
     

  • SPA111 - Elementary Spanish I
  • SPA112 - Elementary Spanish II
  • SPA150 - Intensive Spanish Review
  • SPA213 - Intermediate Spanish I
  • SPA214 - Intermediate Spanish II
  • SPA315 - Composition 

    Writing
     

  • Writing Tutors are available to help students with writing assignments at any stage in the writing process for any course. Please note that writing tutors will not provide assistance with take-home exams.

 

Contact Information


Claude J. Clark Learning Center at SUNY Plattsburgh

Feinberg Library, Room 103 (First Floor)
101 Broad Street
Plattsburgh, New York 12901
Phone: (518) 564-6138
Fax: (518) 564-6140
Email: learningctr@plattsburgh.edu