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GEOG 395 Teaching Assistantship in Geography
This course provides a college level teaching experience for students who are exceptionally qualified to undertake appropriate responsibilities and demands including such activities as tutoring, assisting in course preparation, participation in classroom presentations, and/or assisting in laboratory exercises. Students must be recommended by a departmental faculty member and have completed the appropriate coursework required for the particular assistantship. The precise responsibilities, amount of credit, and grading criteria will be agreed to and outlined in writing prior to the beginning of the course. A student may earn 1 to 3 s.h. of credit during a single assistantship depending upon specific responsibilities and demands.
Prerequisities: JrS or SrS; a minimum of 9 s.h. in geography including the course for which the student will be T.A.; a minimum 3.0 GPA in GEOG; permission of instructor and Department Chair.
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