Supplemental Instruction

SSS offers Supplemental Instruction only to SSS Students. If you're not an SSS Student and would like to apply, please come by ED 147 to pick up an application. 


Supplemental Instruction Courses for Fall 2013: ACCT 2100 | BA 1000 | PSYCH 1520

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 SI Leader

 Course Name and Description

Lauren Guarino

 

 

 

 


Lauren Guarino

leguarin@uno.edu

ACCT 2100

Accounting 2100 (Principles of Accounting) is an introduction to the accounting model and financial statement preparation with emphasis on the concepts and terminology needed to understand a typical corporate report. Topics covered include: current and long-term assets current and long-term liabilities, stockholders' equity, revenues and expenses.

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Amanda Snyder

 

 

 

 

Amanda Snyder
alsnyde1@uno.edu

BA 1000

Business Administration 1000 (Introduction to Business Administration) is an elementary survey of business administration. The course introduces business or non-business major to basic concepts of economics, business management  and decision-making in the functional areas of production, marketing, and finance. Emphasis on the effects of social, ethical, economic, technological, political, and economic environmental factors upon business operation.

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SOC 1051

Sociology 1051 (Intro to Sociology) is the first course in the study of human beings in society using basic concepts and methods of sociology. Topics include the influences of social groups on individuals’ attitudes and behaviors, stability and change in the family, and social inequality.
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MATH (STATS) 2314

In order to take Math 2314, you must have made a "C" or better in either MATH 1115 or MATH 1125, or in six hours of mathematics courses numbered at least 1000. If you do not have these items, you must obtain consent of the Math department. 

Stats 2314 (Intro to Statistical Methods) focuses on data analysis, frequency distributions, probability, inference, estimation, hypothesis testing, regression and correlation. Technology is required to explore and solve problems.

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MATH (STATS) 2785

In order to take Math 2785, you must have made a “C” or better in either MATH 1115 or MATH 1125, or six hours of MATH courses numbered at least 1000. If you do not have these items, you must obtain consent of department. This course may be used for degree credit only in the College of Business Administration. 

Stats 2785 (Elementary Stats for Bus & Econ) focuses on the tabular and graphical presentation of data, descriptive measures including measures of location and dispersion, introduction to probability theory including Baye’s Theorem, discrete distributions including Binomial and Poisson distributions, continuous distributions including Uniform, Normal and Exponential distributions, statistical inference including sampling, point and interval estimation and hypothesis testing.

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Chamarcus Lewis

Chamarcus Lewis
cdlewis1@uno.edu

PSYCH 1520

Psych 1520 (Human Sexual Behavior) is offered each semester. The course focuses on aspects of human sexuality including behavior, anatomy, physiology, cross-cultural comparisons, and historical and current perspectives.

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Want to be a Supplemental Instruction Leader?

We don't blame you. Besides getting great experience for your resume, you'll reiterate the concepts learned in class. Plus, you'll meet new people and be part of a great program! Still interested? Great! Just fill out the online Tutor Employment Application or come by Megan's office at ED 191 to pick up an Application! We accept applications for the classes listed above. (You do not need to be an SSS student to be an SSS SI Leader.)