The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) offers various types of undergraduate courses (see below for more information about each):
- Undergraduate Teaching Assistant (UTA) Development Courses
- Center for Academic Success Tutor/Peer Leader Development Course
- Residential Life Student Staff Development Course
To see which courses are offered in a given term and when, please visit Georgia Tech's Schedule of Classes.
Undergraduate Teaching Assistant (TA) Development Courses
(Courses restricted to undergraduate TAs hired by the department offering the course.)
CETL 2000 Undergraduate Teaching Assistant (UTA) Preparation (1 Credit Hour)
Sections: BIO, CHM, MAT, COC
This course is an introduction to the procedural information and practical skills needed to be an effective graduate teaching assistant. NOTE: Permits for students in department-specific sections will be automatically requested by their departments. Once CTL issues the permit, the student must register for the course in OSCAR to be enrolled in the course.
Center for Academic Success Tutor/Peer Leader Development Course
CETL 2001 Fundamentals of Peer Tutoring (1 Credit Hour)
This course is for tutors employed by the Learning Assistance, 1-to-1 Tutoring, and PLUS programs. All participants in the course must be employed as tutors. The purpose of the course is threefold: to introduce tutors to effective tutoring techniques based on educational research, to help tutors implement a variety of methods appropriate to their students' specific learning needs, and to guide tutors in the process of self-evaluation and reflection on their individual tutoring style. NOTE: Permits for students will be automatically requested by the Center for Academic Success. Once CTL issues the permit, the student must register for the course in OSCAR to be enrolled in the course.
Residential Life Student Staff Development Course
CETL 3000 Residence Life Seminar (1 Credit Hour)
This course is designed to enhance the skills and abilities that enabled you to be hired as a student staff member at Georgia Tech. It will educate you about the goals, values, and mission of the Department of Residence Life; present new perspectives on the residence hall environment; and provide you with the techniques, skills, and knowledge needed to become a successful staff member. Participants in this course will gain a deeper understanding of their role as a leader, helper, and educator within the residence hall. NOTE: Permits for students will be automatically requested by Residence Life. Once CTL issues the permit, the student must register for the course in OSCAR to be enrolled in the course.