Fall 2014 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 and writing tutors.

Content tutors 

  • Content tutors have taken and successfully completed the course they are tutoring.
  • They have been recommended to tutor the course by a faculty member in the department.
  • They have completed training with the Learning Center staff.
  • Such training focuses on good tutoring practices and strategies for tutoring in their content area.

Writing tutors

  • Writing tutors have have taken and successfully completed ENG390: Theories and Practices of Writing Tutoring.
  • ENG390 focuses on tutoring practices and strategies that provide writing guidance in any discipline.
  • They can help with structure and style, but they can also help with grammar.
  • If you just want to talk about a writing assignment or brainstorm, please make an appointment or come to a Writing Lab.

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. If one of these courses is not available, please make a request at the front desk.

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 Science

  • 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