Spring 2023 Supplemental Instruction


The DAE offers a wide variety of supplemental instruction courses. These courses are designed to provide students the training and skills necessary to be successful in their academic pursuits at the University of Georgia. Students can self-select or are encouraged to explore these curricular offerings based on their familiarity and prior experiences with English or Math courses required for graduation.

Co-enrollment courses are designed to help students struggling in MATH 1113, MATH 2250, or MATH 2260. These courses can be added as a late-add to give the extra support necessary for success!
(Deadline: February 23rd, 2023, 5:00 p.m.)


Catapult courses are for students having difficulty in ENGL 1101, MATH 1101, MATH1113, or MATH2250. Students can complete a UNIV section change form to move from the original course into a course that will provide the skills to succeed in the core course in the future!
(Deadline: March 23rd, 2023, 5:00 p.m.)


Click the buttons below to explore the Supplemental Instruction options!

 

Co-Enrollment

Co-enroll Deadline: February 23rd, 2023 at 5:00 p.m.

Are you struggling through MATH 1113, MATH 2250, or MATH 2260? Are you needing a little more support and guidance through the course? We would like to encourage to you consider adding our co-enroll course (this can be done as a Late Add) to give you that extra support for success in your math class. In the co-enroll course students will participate in recitation sessions, review concepts, and discuss useful learning strategies. Upon successful completion of the co-enroll course, the student will receive 1 elective credit hour.

    1. View the Co-Enrollment Course Offerings Below

    1. Identify the CRN of the Course that Best Fits your Schedule

    1. Download the Late Add Form from the Office of the Registrar

    1. Fill out the Highlighted Elements and SAVE Document. An Example is Given Directly Below:
      *Note: Anything not highlighted/filled out in the example below is not the student's responsibility to acquire. For example, you, the student, are not responsible for acquiring the signature of the course instructor
Late Add Form

    1. Email the Late Add Form with All Required Elements Filled Out to univcourses@uga.edu

  1. You will be contacted to Complete the Process
Course Prefix Course Number Course Name Instructor Day Time CRN Building Room

Catapult

Catapult Deadline: March 23rd, 2023 at 5:00 p.m.

Think twice before you withdraw! Catapult courses allow students who may be having difficulty in ENGL 1101, MATH 1101, MATH 1113, or MATH2250 to complete a UNIV section change form and move from that course into a course that will prepare them to succeed in the core course in the future.

Upon successful completion of the Catapult course, the student will receive credit for 3 or 4 elective hours (matching the same credit hours of the initial course they were enrolled in).

    1. View the Catapult Course Offerings Below

    1. Identify the CRN of the Course that Best Fits your Schedule

    1. Download the Section Change Form from the Office of the Registrar

    1. Fill out the Highlighted Elements and SAVE Document. An Example is Given Directly Below:
      *Note: Anything not highlighted/filled out in the example below is not the student's responsibility to acquire. For example, you, the student, are not responsible for acquiring the signature of the course instructor
Section Change Form

    1. Email the Section Change Form with All Required Elements Filled Out to univcourses@uga.edu

  1. You will be Contacted to Complete the Process
Course Prefix Course Number Course Name Instructor Day Time CRN Building Room

UNIV 1105

Introducing English Composition

If you received as score less than 13 on Mechanics or Rhetoric on the English Placement Exam and a score below or equal to 2 on the Writing Sample, then you may be advised to enroll into this course. The purpose of this course is to help students develop skills necessary for success in English Composition I (ENGL 1101). Upon successful completion of this course you will be able to:

  • Develop and understand transferable writing skills necessary for success in ENGL1101 and beyond

  • Compose written products that reflect a critical thought process and focused revising

  • Construct written products demonstrating critical development and creative support for an argument

  • Respond to non-fiction in writing activities

  • Employ formal academic English

Course Prefix Course Number Course Name Instructor Day Time CRN Building Room

UNIV 1108

Essentials of Math Modeling

If you received a score below 12 on the Mathematics Placement Exam or a score below 60 on the ALEKS Exam, then you may be advised to enroll into this course. The purpose of this course is to help students develop skills necessary for success in Introduction to Mathematical Modeling (MATH 1101). Upon successful completion of this course you will be able to:

  • Develop and understand transferable math modeling skills necessary for success in MATH 1101 and beyond

  • Use graphing calculators to solve, graph and analyze functions

  • Understand functions and be able to use and interpret function notation

  • Create and use linear, quadratic, exponential and logarithmic functions to solve real world problems

  • Analyze and interpret real world data by choosing the appropriate functional model

Course Prefix Course Number Course Name Instructor Day Time CRN Building Room

UNIV 1110

Introduction to Pre-Calculus

If you received a score below 12 on the Mathematics Placement Exam or a score below 60 on the ALEKS Exam, then you may be advised to enroll into this course. The purpose of this course is to help students develop skills necessary for success in Precalculus (MATH 1113). Upon successful completion of this course you will be able to:

  • Develop and understand transferable pre-calculus skills necessary for success in MATH 1113 and beyond

  • Identify, evaluate, perform operations on, and find the domain, range, and inverse of functions

  • Draw common graphs along with transformations and reflections

  • Create, graph, evaluate, interpret, and solve real world applications involving linear, quadratic, exponential, and logarithmic functions

  • Define and evaluate the six trigonometric functions using degrees and radians

  • Draw the graph of sine and cosine functions

Course Prefix Course Number Course Name Instructor Day Time CRN Building Room

UNIV 2900

Special Topics for MATH2250

This class offers a general review of selected topics from pre-calculus together with problem-solving techniques to prepare students to be successful in MATH2250 (Calculus I). Upon successful completion of this course you will be able to:

  • Solve multiple types of equations using algebraic manipulation

  • Review the graphs of the common functions and their transformations including the graphs of the three basic trigonometric functions (sine, cosine and tangent)

  • Use a function’s graph to:

    • Identify intervals where the function is increasing or decreasing

    • Identify extrema

    • Determine limits

    • Identify points of continuity/discontinuity

    • Identify asymptotes

  • Given a function determine its domain, x and y intercepts, asymptotes, and find its difference quotient

  • Perform operations on functions including composition

  • Have a good understanding of the graphs and properties of linear, quadratic, exponential, logarithmic, polynomial, and rational functions

  • Set up solve multiple step application problems and rewrite a function in terms of one variable given a constraint

  • Find derivative of given functions and be able to solve relevant application problems

Course Prefix Course Number Course Name Instructor Day Time CRN Building Room

UNIV 1113

Supplemental Instruction for Precalculus

In this course students will develop skills to be successful active learners within a variety of instructional modalities in this course that serves as a co-enrollment for Precalculus. Students will learn to engage peers and instructors; embrace collaborative learning and study groups; reflect on their progress and strategies; and adapt based on self-reflection and results. This course will fuse these topics with the curriculum of Precalculus to help students develop the skills they need to successfully complete Precalculus.

Course Prefix Course Number Course Name Instructor Day Time CRN Building Room

UNIV 2250

Supplemental Instruction for Calculus I

This is a co-enrollment course for Calculus I for Science and Engineering, where students will develop skills to be successful active learners in Calculus I for Science and Engineering. Students will learn to engage peers and instructors; embrace collaborative learning and study groups; reflect on their progress and strategies; and adapt their learning based on self-reflection and performance results.

Course Prefix Course Number Course Name Instructor Day Time CRN Building Room

UNIV 2260

Supplemental Instruction for Calculus II

This is a co-enrollment course for Calculus II for Science and Engineering, where students will develop skills to be successful active learners in Calculus II for Science and Engineering. Students will learn to engage peers and instructors; embrace collaborative learning and study groups; reflect on their progress and strategies; and adapt their learning based on self-reflection and performance results.

Course Prefix Course Number Course Name Instructor Day Time CRN Building Room
To learn more about the process of enrolling in any of these courses, please email univcourses@uga.edu.