Partnering Courses

The Learning Assistant (LA) Program partners with courses across the New Brunswick campus, including courses within the several schools at Rutgers. LAs support course instruction in a variety of ways such as assisting in labs, lectures, and recitations and leading supplemental study groups or recitations independently. Please see below for a list of our partnering courses for the upcoming academic year:

Partnering Courses for Academic Year 2019 - 2020

School of Arts and Sciences (SAS)
  • 13:162/163 Elementary Urdu
  • 146:356 Systems Physiology
  • 160:159/160 General Chemistry for Engineers
  • 160:307/308 Organic Chemistry
  • 198:111 Introduction to Computer Science
  • 220:320 Intermediate Microeconomics Analysis
  • 447:354 Implications of the New Genetics
  • 447:390 General Microbiology
  • 460:305 Evolution and Geological Time
  • 640:103 Topics in Math for Liberal Arts
  • 640:104 Introduction to Probability
  • 640:107 Number & Operation for K-8 Teaching
  • 640:115 Precalculus for Engineers
  • 640:123 Preparation for Calculus
  • 640:151 Calculus for Math and Sciences I
  • 640:152 Calculus for Math and Sciences II
  • 640:291/292 Honors Calculus III/IV
  • 640:300 Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning
  • 640:311 Introduction to Real Analysis I
  • 730:201 Introduction to Logic
  • 750:115/116 Extended Analytical Physics
  • 750:123  Analytical Physics IA
  • 750:124 Analytical Physics IB
  • 750:193/194 Physics for the Sciences
  • 750:205 General Physics Laboratory IA
  • 750:206 General Physics Laboratory IB
  • 750:227 Analytical Physics IIA
  • 750:228 Analytical Physics IIB
  • 750:229 Analytical Physics Laboratory IIA 
  • 750:230 Analytical Physics Laboratory IIB
  • 750:323 Advanced General Physics I
  • 790:300 Introduction to Political Science Research Methods
  • 830:340 Abnormal Psychology
School of Arts and Sciences Honors College
  • 90:125 Honors College Forum
School of Engineering (SOE)
  • 125:306 Biomedical Kinetics and Thermodynamics 
  • 155:201 Chemical Engineering Material and Energy Balances
  • 155:208 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics I
  • 155:210 Biological Foundations of Chemical Engineering
  • 155:303 Transport Phenomena in Chemical Engineering I
  • 155:304 Transport Phenomena in Chemical Engineering II
  • 155:307 Computational Methods in Chemical Engineering
  • 155:309 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics II
  • 155:324 Design of Separation Processes
  • 155:341 Chemical Engineering Kinetics
  • 155:415/416  Process Engineering Lab
  • 155:427/428 Chemical Engineering Design
  • 180:387 Fluid Mechanics
  • 440:115 DELLC Introduction to Engineering
  • 440:127 Introduction to Computers for Engineers (MATLAB)
  • 540:210 Engineering Probability
  • 540:343 Engineering Economics
School of Environmental and Biological Sciences (SEBS)
  • 115:301 Introductory Biochemistry
  • 115:403/404 General Biochemistry
  • 550:133 Architectural Design
  • 550:230 Environmental Design Analysis
  • 680:390 General Microbiology

Students: For more information about the types of support available for courses you are taking, please visit our Services page or send your questions using our contact form.

Faculty and Staff: For more information about how to partner with the Learning Assistant Program, please visit our Information for Faculty page or contact Dr. Corey Ptak. For information about the other services provided to your students, please visit our Services page. You can also find additional resources and explore other opportunities to partner with the Learning Centers by visiting the Faculty/Staff section of our website.