Partnering Courses

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

Partnering Courses for Academic Year 2017 - 2018

School of Arts and Sciences
 

Arts and Sciences

  • The Food-Energy-Water Nexus in the Anthropocene (01:090:295)

Chemistry and Chemical Biology

  • Chemistry of Life (01:160:128 - both fall and spring)
  • General Chemistry for Engineers I & II (01:160:159 & 160)
  • Organic Chemistry (01:160:307 & 308)

Computer Science

  • Introduction to Computer Science (01:198:111 - both fall and spring)
  • Data Structures (01:198:112 - both fall and spring)
  • Introduction to Discrete Structures I & II (01:198:205 & 206)

Economics

  • Intermediate Microeconomic Analysis (01:220:320)

Geography

  • Earth Systems (01:450:101)

Mathematics

  • Topics in Mathematics for Liberal Arts (01:640:103)
  • Introduction to Probability (01:640:103)
  • Number and Operation for K-8 Teaching (01:640:107)
  • Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning (01:640:300)

Middle Eastern Studies

  • Islamic Civilization (01:685:201 - fall only)

Philosophy

  • Introduction to Logic (01:730:201)

Physics

  • The Greenhouse Effect (01:750:140 - spring only)
  • Extended Analytical Physics IA & IB (01:750:115 & 116)
  • Analytical Physics for Engineers IA & IB (01:750:123 &124)
  • General Physics Lab (01:750:205 & 206)
  • Analytical Physics for Engineers IIA & IIB (01:750:227 & 228)
  • Analytical Physics for Engineers II Lab (01:750:229 & 230)
  • Physics for the Sciences I & II (01:750:193 & 194)
Honors College

Honors College

  • Honors College Forum (01:090:125)
School of Engineering

Biomedical Engineering

  • Intro to BME (14:125:201)
  • BME Physiology (14:125:255)
  • Transport Phenomenon (14:125:303)
  • Numerical Modeling (14:125:305)
  • Kinetics and Thermodynamics (14:125:306)

Chemical and Biochemical Engineering

  • Chemical Engineering Analysis I & II (14:155:201 & 307)
  • Thermodynamics I & II (14:155:208 & 309)
  • Biological Foundations in Chemical Engineering (14:155:210)
  • Transport Phenomenon I & II (14:155:303 & 304)
  • Design Separation Processes (14:155:324 - spring only)
  • Chemical Engineering Kinetics (14:155:441 - spring only)
  • Process Engineering Lab I & II (14:155:415 & 416)

Electrical and Computer Engineering

  • Digital Signal Processing (14:332:346 - spring only)

General Engineering

  • Introduction to Computers for Engineers (MATLAB; 14:440:127 - fall and spring)
  • RDELLC Introduction to Engineer (14:440:127)

Industrial and Systems Engineering

  • Engineering Probability (14:540:210 - spring only)

Materials Science and Engineering

  • Introduction to Mechanics of Materials (14:650:291- both fall and spring)
School of Environmental and Biological Sciences

Biochemistry and Microbiology

  • Introductory Biochemistry (11:115:301 - fall and spring)
  • General Biochemistry (11:115:403 & 404)
  • Living in the Microbial World (11:680:101 - fall and spring)
  • Introduction to Micrbiology (11:680:201 - spring only)
  • General Microbiology (11:680:390 - fall and spring)
School of Pharmacy
  • Pharmacology and Pharmacogenetics  (30:718:320)

Partnering Courses for Academic Year 2016 - 2017

School of Arts and Sciences

Ch​emistry and Chemical Biology

  • Chemistry of Life (01:160:128 - both fall and spring)
  • General Chemistry for Engineers I & II (01:160:159 & 160)

Computer Science

  • Introduction to Computer Science (01:198:111 - both fall and spring)
  • Data Structures (01:198:112 - both fall and spring)
  • Introduction to Discrete Structures I & II (01:198:205 & 206, both courses in both fall and spring semesters)

Economics

  • Intermediate Microeconomic Analysis (01:220:320)

Mathematics

  • Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning (01:640:300)

Middle Eastern Studies

  • Islamic Civilization (01:685:201 - fall only)

Physics

  • The Greenhouse Effect (01:750:140 - spring only)
  • Extended Analytical Physics IA & IB (01:750:115 & 116)
  • Analytical Physics for Engineers IA & IB (01:750:123 &124)
  • Analytical Physics for Engineers IIA & IIB (01:750:227 & 228)
  • Analytical Physics for Engineers II Lab (01:750:229 & 230)
  • Physics for the Sciences I & II (01:750:193 & 194)
School of Engineering

Biomedical Engineering

  • Intro to BME (14:125:201)
  • BME Physiology (14:125:255)
  • Numerical Modeling (14:125:305)
  • Kinetics and Thermodynamics (14:125:306)

Chemical and Biochemical Engineering

  • Chemical Engineering Analysis I & II (14:155:201 & 307)
  • Thermodynamics I & II (14:155:208 & 309)
  • Biological Foundations in Chemical Engineering (14:155:210)
  • Transport I & II (14:155:303 & 304)
  • Design Separation Processes (14:155:324 - spring only)
  • Chemical Engineering Kinetics (14:155:441 - spring only)
  • Process Engineering Lab I & II (14:155:415 & 416)

Electrical and Computer Engineering

  • Digital Signal Processing (14:332:346 - spring only)

General Engineering

  • Introduction to Computers for Engineers (MATLAB; 14:440:127 - fall and spring)
  • Engineering Mechanics: Statics (14:440:221 - spring only)

Industrial and Systems Engineering

  • Engineering Probability (14:540:210 - spring only)
  • Deterministic Methods in Operations (14:540:311 - spring only)

Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

  • Introduction to Mechanics of Materials (14:650:291- both fall and spring)
School of Environmental and Biological Sciences

Biochemistry and Microbiology

  • Introductory Biochemistry (11:115:301 - fall and spring)
  • General Biochemistry (11:115:403 & 404)
  • Living in the Microbial World (11:680:101 - fall and spring)
  • Introduction to Micrbiology (11:680:201 - spring only)
  • General Microbiology (11:680:390 - fall and spring)

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.