University of Vermont

Tutor Demand

TUTORS NEEDED FOR THESE FALL 2008/SPRING 2009 COURSES:

AGRICULTURAL BIOCHEMISTRY

AGBI 201 - General Biochemistry

ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY

19, 20 Human Anatomy & Physiology (I, II)
ASCI 141 Anatomy & Physiology of Domestic Animals

BIOLOGY

3 Human Biology
4 The Human Body
6 Evolutionary Biology

BIOLOGY CORE

101 Genetics
102 Ecology & Evolution
103 Molecular & Cell Biology

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

40 Information Technology and Management
60 Financial Accounting
61 Managerial Accounting
65 Fundamentals of Accounting
180 Managerial Accounting

CHEMISTRY

26/28 (with lab/without lab) Outline of Organic & Biochem
42/44 (with lab/without lab) Intro Organic Chemistry

COMPUTER SCIENCE

ANY

ECONOMICS

11 Principles of Macroeconomics
12 Principles of Microeconomics
170 Economic Methods
171 Macroeconomic Theory
172 Microeconomic Theory

MATHEMATICS

17 Applications of Finite Math
95 Transitional Calculus

MICROBIOLOGY & MOLECULAR GENETICS

65 Microbiology and Pathogenesis

PHILOSOPHY

1 Intro Phil: Selected Problems
13 Introduction to Logic

PHYSICS

11, 12 Elementary Physics (I, II)
31 Introductory Physics
42 Electromagnetism & Modern Physics
96 How Things Work

PLANT BIOLOGY

4 Intro to Botany
6 The Green World

PSYCHOLOGY

109,110 Psychology Research Methods (I, II)

STATISTICS

51 Probability With Statistics
111 Elements of Statistics
143 Statistics for Engineering
151 Applied Probability
153 Probability & Statistics for Computer Science
195 Statistics for Business

Some basics about the program: Tutors are students who have earned at least a strong "B" in the course they tutor and have obtain a signed recommendation form (provided by the Co-op) for the course from a UVM faculty member. Tutoring is done throughout the week by appointment in the Co-op or on-campus. Currently, tutors earn $9.00/hr ($9.75/hr if they receive work-study funds). After completing paid training and tutoring experience, tutors qualify for a pay raise.

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