2016 2018 CNM Catalog Volume 49th Book

2016 2018 CNM Catalog Volume 49th Book
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    2 Table of Contents 11,About this Catalog … 11,………………………………………………………….……..…………… 3 General Education Core Curriculum Requirements for the Associate of Arts (AA) and the Associate of Science (AS) Degrees ……………………...

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    3 About This Catalog The CNM Catalog is a student's official guide to programs, courses and policies at Central New Mexico Community College (CNM). The CNM Catalog is a summary of information of interest to students; it is not a complete statement of programs and policies. The...

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    4 Proficiencies, Electives & Requirements Prerequisites, Corequisites and Program Proficiencies • Prerequisite: A prerequisite is a requirement that must be successfully completed before a student may enroll in a course. All prerequisite courses must be co...

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    5 Prerequisites, Corequisites and Program Proficiencies Prerequisites and Corequisites Prerequisites and corequisites are listed in course descriptions and are subject to change with each new catalog. It is the student's responsibility to meet the prerequisite and/or ...

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    6 3. Passing an industry certification exam, if available. 4. Transferring an equivalent course from another institution. 5. Demonstrating your knowledge, skills and abilities related to the learning outcomes of the overridden class(es) th...

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    7 are able to perform at level one sentence skills 85 or proficiency and have developed above reading, reasoning, and writing • ACT processes for academic success Reading score 18 - 36 that also include critical reading English score 16 - 22 and thinking skil...

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    8 arithmetic on polynomials, factor quadratic expressions, and solve quadratic equations using a variety of methods. Students are also able to work with functions and function notation at an introductory level. • SAT Quantitative/math score of 400-430 Biology Pr...

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    9 General Education Elective Chart Biological/Physical Science College Success Computer Science Engineering English/Communication Fine Arts Humanities Modern Language • ASTR - Astronomy • BIO - Biology • CHEM - Chemistry...

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    10 • ASL - American Sign Language • FREN - French • LANG - Language Topics (Check Schedule of Classes for availability) • PORT - Portuguese • SPAN - Spanish (except SPAN 2280) Mathematics • MATH - Mathematics Nutrition • NUTR - ...

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    11 General Education AA/AS General Education Core Curriculum Requirements for the Associate of Arts (AA) and the Associate of Science (AS) Degrees CNM's approved list of transfer degree general education coursework The following is a list of state appro...

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    12 • ENG 1101 - College Writing 3 credit hour(s) • ENG 1102 - Analytic and Argumentative Writing 3 credit hour(s) • ENG 1119 - Technical Communications 3 credit hour(s) • ENG 2219 - Te...

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    13 • BIO 2110 - Microbiology 3 credit hour(s) • BIO 2192 - Microbiology Laboratory 1 credit hour(s) • BIO 2410 - Ecology & Evolution 3 credit hour(s) • ...

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    14 • ANTH 1121/1192 - Archaeological Field Methods with Laboratory 4 credit hour(s) • ANTH 1130 - Cultures of the World 3 credit hour(s) • ANTH 2238 - Cultures Of the Sout...

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    15 • ENG 2287 - Earlier American Literature 3 credit hour(s) • ENG 2288 - Later American Literature 3 credit hour(s) • GNHN 1121 - General Honors: The Ancient Legacy...

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    16 ** Computer Literacy is not a required New Mexico state general education area of learning. It is required to fulfill CNM's general education core, however.

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    17 General Education AAS General Education Course Requirements for Associate in Applied Science (AAS) Associate in Applied Science The AAS degree requires 15 general education credit hours chosen from CNM's approved list of general education coursework. See specific ...

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    18 • ANTH 1130 - Cultures of the World 3 credit hour(s) • ANTH 2238 - Cultures Of the Southwest 3 credit hour(s) • CHMS 1150 - Introduction to Chicano Studies 3 c...

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    19 • MATH 1465 - Elements of Calculus II 3 credit hour(s) • MATH 1710 - Calculus I 4 credit hour(s) • MATH 1715 - Calculus II 4 credit hour(s) • MATH 2710 - Calculus III 4 credit hour(s) • MATH 2...

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    20 • MATH 1315 - College Algebra 3 credit hour(s) • MATH 1320 - A Survey of Mathematics 3 credit hour(s) • MATH 1330 - Introduction to Probability and...

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    21 • EPS 1192 - Introduction to Geology Laboratory 1 credit hour(s) • GEOG 1101 - Physical Geography 3 credit hour(s) • GEOG 1192 - Physical Geography L...

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    22 • SOC 1101 - Introduction to Sociology 3 credit hour(s) • SOC 2205 - Crime Public Policy and the Criminal Justice System 3 credit hour(s) • SOC 2211 - Socia...

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    23 • PHIL 2248 - Ethics of Technology 3 credit hour(s) • RLGN 1107 - Living World Religions 3 credit hour(s) • RLGN 2240 - Ancient Religions 3 credit hour(s) • RLGN 2263 - Eastern Religions 3 credit hour(s) • SPAN 2280 - Int...

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    24 Programs of Study Accounting Accounting, Associate of Applied Science School of Business & Information Technology (BIT) Description The Accounting program provides graduates with a strong foundation in the theory and procedures of accounting for busine...

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    25 • ACCT 1210 - Introduction to Managerial Accounting 3 credit hour(s) • ENG 1101 - College Writing 3 credit hour(s) • AAS Mathematics Requirement 3-4 credit hour(s) (If not previously taken) • AAS...

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    26 Program Approved Electives • Any ACCT course not used elsewhere • Any FIN course • ACCT 1096-1996 - Special Topics 1-6 credit hour(s) or • ACCT 2096-2996 - Special Topics 1-6 credit hour(s) • BA 1115 - Web Business 3 credit hour(s) • BIT 100...

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    27 or • Approved Math Course 3-4 credit hour(s) • ACCT 1115 - Introduction to Financial Accounting 3 credit hour(s) • BA 1101 - Introduction to Business 3 credit hour(s) • BA 1131 - Business Pro...

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    28 Certificate in Accounting 42-46 credit hours Bookkeeping, Certificate of Completion School of Business & Information Technology (BIT) Description The Bookkeeping certificate provides basic accounting skills for entry-level employment. Stud...

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    29 Term 3 • ACCT 1410 - QuickBooks Complete 3 credit hour(s) or • ACCT 2095 - Cooperative Education 3 credit hour(s) or • ACCT 2098 - Internship 3 credit hour(s) • CIS 1173 - Excel Complete 3 credit hour(s) Approved Math Courses • MAT...

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    30 toward an associate of applied science degree in Accounting or an Accounting or Bookkeeping certificate of completion. Program Proficiencies and/or Prerequisites • Bachelor's Degree • Departmental Approval Recommended Sequence of Cour...

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    31 School of Business & Information Technology (BIT) Description The Payroll Clerk Certificate of Completion is a series of courses that provide entry-level skills in payroll accounting. Program Proficiencies and/or Prerequisites...

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    32 Certificate of Completion in Payroll Clerk 21-22 credit hours * Accounting certificate and degree students must choose ENG 1101 - College Writing Adult Basic Education (ABE) English as a Second Language (ESL) School of Adult & General Education (S...

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    33 High School Equivalency Exam (HiSET/GED) Preparation School of Adult & General Education (SAGE) Description The Adult Basic Education (ABE) high-school equivalency (HSE) preparation program offers non-credit courses in Language Arts, Math, ...

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    34 Secondary Education, and Special Education. For students currently in the Alternative Teacher Licensure Program or licensed teachers, CNM offers coursework that can be applied to endorsements in Gifted Education, Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages ...

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    35 Students may demonstrate proficiency in these areas either by Diploma/GPA, placement exam scores, or specific course work. • Alternative Teacher Licensure Program (ATLP) Application • Bachelor's Degree Recommended Sequence of Courses Program Requirements ...

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    36 • SPED 2250 - Foundations of Special Education 3 credit hour(s) • SPED 2258 - Classroom and Behavior Management for Students with Special Needs 3 credit hour(s) • EDUC 2285 - Curriculum Development Assessment and Evaluation I 3 credit hour(s) • ...

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    37 • Humanities Requirement 3 credit hour(s) • IT 1010 - Computer Concepts and Software Applications 3 credit hour(s) • Mathematics Requirement 3-4 credit hour(s) Term 2 • ENG 1102 - Analytic and Argumentative Writing 3 credit hour(s) ...

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    38 • ANTH 1120 - Archaeology: Discovering Our Past 3 credit hour(s) • ANTH 1121/1192 - Archaeological Field Methods with Laboratory 4 credit hour(s) • ANTH 1130 - Cultures of the World 3 credit hour(s) • ANTH 1150 - Evolutionary Anthropol...

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    39 Courses are offered in conjunction with the Independent Electrical Contractor Association (IEC), Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) and the Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee for the Electrical Industry (JATC). Students must purchase textbooks and instru...

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    40 School of Applied Technologies (AT) Description The Plumbing Apprenticeship courses are for partnering agencies with state-certified apprenticeship programs. Students must be part of a plumbing apprenticeship program or be employed in the plumbing industry. Courses are off...

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    41 Program Proficiencies and/or Prerequisites Students may demonstrate proficiency in these areas either by Diploma/GPA, placement exam scores, or specific course work. • High School Diploma or Equivalent • Math Profi...

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    42 Term 4 Either Term 4 or Term 5 classes may be taken after completing Term 2 and Term 3 courses. • ARDR 2105 - Structural Systems CAD 4 credit hour(s) • ARDR 2110 - Structural Systems Analysis 3 credit hour(s) • ARDR 2120...

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    43 The ARDR certificate of completion program utilizes up-to-date computer-aided drafting software applications to train drafters for the building construction industry. The curriculum concentrates primarily on residential and comme...

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    44 • ARDR 1321 - Commercial Drafting Software Applications (Skeletal Frame) 2 credit hour(s) Architectural/Engineering Drafting Technology, Certificate of Completion 35-37 credit hours Program Approved Electives • ARDR 1110 - Architectural Mathematic...

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    45 • AUTC 1110 - Introduction to Automotive Systems 4 credit hour(s) • AUTC 1120 - Brake Systems 3 credit hour(s) • AUTC 1130 - Suspension and Alignment 3 credit hour(s) • AUTC 1140 - Automotive Electrical 4 credit hour(s) Certificate in Automotiv...

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    46 Term 2 • AUTC 1210 - Manual Transmissions 3 credit hour(s) • AUTC 1220 - Engine Repair 4 credit hour(s) • AUTC 1230 - Automatic Transmissions 4 credit hour(s) • AUTC 1240 - Automotive Electronics 3 credit hour(s) Term 3 • AUTC 2111 - Air Condi...

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    47 • AUTC 1110 - Introduction to Automotive Systems 4 credit hour(s) • AUTC 1120 - Brake Systems 3 credit hour(s) • AUTC 1130 - Suspension and Alignment 3 credit hour(s) • AUTC 1140 - Automotive Electric...

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    48 Associate of Applied Science Degree in Transportation Technology, Concentration in Automotive Technology 63-67 credit hours Program Approved Elective • AT 1005 - Survey of Applied Technologies 3 credit hour(s) • AT 1040 - Applied Technologies i...

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    49 Airframe Core 1 • AVMT 1105 - Airframe Electrical 3 credit hour(s) • AVMT 1110 - A/C Materials & Finishes 4 credit hour(s) • AVMT 1115 - A/C Sheet Metal 5 credit hour(s) • AVMT 1120 - A/C Assembly & Rigging 4 credit hour(s) • ...

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    50 • AVMT 1005 - Aviation Math 3 credit hour(s) • AVMT 1010 - Aviation Science 3 credit hour(s) • AVMT 1015 - Materials & Processes 3 credit hour(s) • AVMT 1020 - Maintenance Forms & Publications...

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    51 • AAS Human Relations Requirement 3 credit hour(s) • AAS Mathematics Requirement 3-4 credit hour(s) • AAS Written Communication Requirement 3 credit hour(s) • IT 1010 - Computer Concepts and Software Applications 3 credit hour(s) Associate of...

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    52 • AVMT 1305 - Powerplant Electrical 2 credit hour(s) • AVMT 1310 - Reciprocating Eng. 1 3 credit hour(s) • AVMT 1315 - Reciprocating Eng. 2 4 credit hour(s) • AVMT 1320 - Turbine Engines 4 credit hour(s) • AVMT 1325 - Powerplant System...

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    53 • Reading & Writing Proficiency 2 Recommended Sequence of Courses Term 1 • BIO 1510 - Molecular and Cell Biology 3 credit hour(s) and • BIO 1592 - Molecular and Cell Biology Laboratory 1 credit hour(...

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    54 Term 4 • BIO 2510 - Plant & Animal Form and Function 3 credit hour(s) and • BIO 2592 - Plant & Animal Form and Function Laboratory 1 credit hour(s) • Humanities/Fine Arts Requirement 3 credit hour(s) • MATH 1465 - Elements of Calcu...

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    55 Description The Biotechnology Program prepares students for transfer to a four year program in Biology with a concentration in the dynamic and exciting field of Biotechnology. Four year degree graduates can expect to compete for positions as biotech...

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    56 • BIO 1610 - Genetics 3 credit hour(s) • BIO 1692 - Genetics Laboratory 1 credit hour(s) • BIOT 1020 - Biotechnology I 4 credit hour(s) • CHEM 1810 - General Chemistry II 3 credit hour(s) • CHEM 1892 - General ...

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    57 and maintaining quality controls. Students in the Biotechnology Program build knowledge and skills through a program of lectures and hands-on laboratory experience. Laboratory techniques include molecular biology, recombinant DNA, protein isolation a...

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    58 Term 4 • BIOT 2210 - Biotechnology III 3 credit hour(s) Certificate in Biotechnology 30-31 credit hours * MATH 1315 is a prerequisite for CHEM 1810. Business Business Administration, Associate of Applied Science School of Business & Information Technology (BIT...

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    59 • BA 1121 - Business English 3 credit hour(s) or • AAS Written Communication Requirement 3 credit hour(s) • BA 1101 - Introduction to Business 3 credit hour(s) • BA 1131 - Business Professionalism 3 cred...

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    60 • Any FIN course • Any HT course • Any PM course • ACCT 1109 - Business Math 3 credit hour(s) or • BA 1121 - Business English 3 credit hour(s) • BA 1096-1996 - Special Topics 1-3 credit hour(s) * or • BA 2096-2...

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    61 Students may demonstrate proficiency in these areas either by Diploma/GPA, placement exam scores, or specific course work. • Math Proficiency 2 • Reading & Writing Proficiency 2 Recommended Sequence of Courses Te...

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    62 • MATH 1465 - Elements of Calculus II 3 credit hour(s) • MATH 1710 - Calculus I 4 credit hour(s) • MATH 1715 - Calculus II 4 credit hour(s) • MATH 2710 - Calculus III 4 credit hour(s) Business, Associate of Arts School of Business & In...

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    63 or • SOC 1101 - Introduction to Sociology 3 credit hour(s) Term 2 • ECON 2200 - Macroeconomics 3 credit hour(s) • ENG 1102 - Analytic and Argumentative Writing 3 credit hour(s) • Laboratory Science Requirement 4-5 cre...

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    64 School of Business & Information Technology (BIT) Description This certificate applies customer relations principles to aid students in being successful Customer Service Representatives. Students learn essential writing skills, business prof...

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    65 Description This certificate applies entrepreneurial principles to establishing, organizing and managing a business. Students learn basic business skills, complete a market research and feasibility assessment and develop a business plan. Program ...

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    66 Description The General Business Certificate of Completion is a series of courses for individuals who want to begin or expand their skills in business. Program Proficiencies and/or Prerequisites Students may demonstrate proficiency in t...

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    67 Project Management, Certificate of Completion School of Business & Information Technology (BIT) Description The Project Management Certificate of Completion provides opportunities for the business leaders and project managers of tomorrow to achieve a high-quality, h...

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    68 The Retail Management Certificate of Completion provides opportunities for retail associates to achieve a high-quality education that will enable them to work their way into retail management. The curriculum includes retail management fundamentals,...

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    69 This program allows the student pursuing a certificate or an associate of applied science degree that contains at least 30 technical credits (exclusive of IT 1010 or its equivalent) to take the required credit hours of arts and sciences coursework to...

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    70 • COMM 2221 - Interpersonal Communication Studies 3 credit hour(s) • Credits towards technical AAS or Certificate 6-8 credit hour(s)* • Social/Behavioral Science Requirement 3 credit hour(s) Term 5 • Fine Arts Requirement 3 credit hour(s) ...

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    71 Recommended Sequence of Courses Term 1 • CARP 1005 - Carpentry Blueprint Reading I 4 credit hour(s) • CARP 1320 - Carpentry Fundamentals 3 credit hour(s) • CARP 1305 - Furniture Making 3 credit hour(s) • OSH 2006 - Occupational Safety for Construction I 1 ...

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    72 • CARP 1005 - Carpentry Blueprint Reading I 4 credit hour(s) • CARP 1030 - Carpentry Theory I 3 credit hour(s) • CARP 1320 - Carpentry Fundamentals 3 credit hour(s) • CARP 1392 - Construction Lab A 5 credit hour(s) • OSH 2006 - Occ...

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    73 • OSH 2006 - Occupational Safety for Construction I 1 credit hour(s) Term 2 • CARP 1315 - Cabinetmaking 3 credit hour(s) • CARP 2005 - Carpentry Blueprint Reading II 4 credit hour(s) • CARP 2030 - Carpentry Theory 2...

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    74 Construction Technology (AAS), General Construction Concentration School of Applied Technologies (AT) Description • The Construction Technology program offers courses of study in carpentry that are designed to provide students with the skil...

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    75 • IT 1010 - Computer Concepts and Software Applications 3 credit hour(s) Term 4 • CARP 2230 - Concrete Forming and Rigging 2 credit hour(s) • CM 1205 - Computer Aided Construction Drafting/Engineering 3 credit hour(s) • CM 2210 - General Con...

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    76 graduation requirements. College catalogs are generally available online. Students should also consult a faculty advisor and/or the CNM Academic Advising Center. Program Proficiencies and/or Prerequisites Students may demon...

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    77 • Social/Behavioral Science Requirement 6 credit hour(s) Associate of Science in Chemistry 65 credit hours Communication Communication, Associate of Arts School of Communication, Humanities & Social Sciences (CHSS) Description This Associate of Arts deg...

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    78 Term 2 • COMM 1130 - Public Speaking 3 credit hour(s) • ENG 1102 - Analytic and Argumentative Writing 3 credit hour(s) • Modern Language Elective 4 credit hour(s) • Laboratory Science Requirement 4 credit hour(s) T...

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    79 Community Health Worker Community Health Worker, Certificate of Achievement School of Health, Wellness & Public Safety (HWPS) Description CHWs are frontline public health workers and critical members of health care delivery teams. They focus on the social a...

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    80 Description The Cloud Technology CIS Concentration is designed to introduce students to virtualization and cloud technologies and provide students with the technical skills required to install, configure and manage all facets of a "c...

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    81 Term 4 • CIS 2630 - Administering Windows Server 3 credit hour(s) • CIS 2820 - Cloud Infrastructure II 3 credit hour(s) • CIS 2999 - Capstone Course 1 credit hour(s) • ENG 1119 - Technical Communications 3 credit hour(...

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    82 In addition, courses in SQL and database technology make the programming languages more versatile by facilitating interaction with data bases. Students learn object-oriented design, Graphic User Interface construction and web appl...

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    83 • CIS 2284 - .NET II/C# 3 credit hour(s) • CIS 2999 - Capstone Course 1 credit hour(s) • Laboratory Science Requirement 4-5 credit hour(s) (Except NS courses) • Program Approved Elective 6 credit hour(s) Associate of ...

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    84 Students may demonstrate proficiency in these areas either by Diploma/GPA, placement exam scores, or specific course work. • MATH 1310 • Reading & Writing Proficiency 2 Recommended Sequence of Courses Term 1 • BA 1...

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    85 Associate of Applied Science in Computer Information Systems, Computer Support Specialist Concentration 63-65 credit hours Program Approved Electives • CIS 1183 - Access Complete 3 credit hour(s) • CIS 1250 - Python Programming I 3 credit hour(s) ...

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    86 • BA 1101 - Introduction to Business 3 credit hour(s) or • BA 1105 - Introduction to Entrepreneurship 3 credit hour(s) • CIS 1310 - Introduction to Digital Media 3 credit hour(s) • CIS 1325 - Visual Com...

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    87 • BIT 1005 - Survey of Business & Information Technology 3 credit hour(s) • CIS 2095 - Cooperative Education 3 credit hour(s) • CIS 2097 - Independent Study 1-6 credit hour(s) • CIS 2098 - Internship 3 credit hour(s) • CIS 23...

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    88 Term 2 • AAS Written Communication Requirement 3 credit hour(s) • CIS 1415 - Network Essentials 3 credit hour(s) • CIS 1680 - Linux Essentials 3 credit hour(s) • CIS 2420 - Basic Router Config./Cisco ...

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    89 • CIS 2097 - Independent Study 1-6 credit hour(s) • CIS 2098 - Internship 3 credit hour(s) • FIN 1010 - Financial Literacy Complete 3 credit hour(s) * Maximum 3 Special Topics credits allowed Computer Information Systems (AAS), Systems Administra...

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    90 • CIS 1415 - Network Essentials 3 credit hour(s) • CIS 1610 - Configuring Windows Client 3 credit hour(s) • CIS 2620 - Configuring Windows Server 3 credit hour(s) • Laboratory Science Requirem...

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    91 • FIN 1010 - Financial Literacy Complete 3 credit hour(s) * Maximum 3 Special Topics credits allowed Computer Information Systems (AAS), Web Programming Concentration School of Business & Information Technology (BIT) Description Web Progra...

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    92 • Mathematics Requirement 3-4 credit hour(s) • CIS 1280 - .Net I/C# 3 credit hour(s) • CIS 1680 - Linux Essentials 3 credit hour(s) • ENG 1119 - Technical Communications 3 credit hour(s) or • ENG 2219 ...

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    93 Description This CIS Cloud Technology certificate is a subset of the core AAS degree technical courses. These core courses are designed to introduce students to virtualization and cloud technologies and provide students with the technical skills requ...

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    94 Certificate of Completion in Computer Information Systems, Cloud Technology, 30 credit hours Computer Information Systems (Certificate of Completion), Computer Programming School of Business & Information Technology (BIT) Description This CIS Computer Programming ce...

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    95 Term 2 • CIS 1280 - .Net I/C# 3 credit hour(s) • CIS 1680 - Linux Essentials 3 credit hour(s) • CIS 2235 - Java Programming I 3 credit hour(s) • CIS 2275 - C++Programming II (Object-Oriented Programming) 3 credit hour(s) Term 3 • CIS 2237 - Androi...

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    96 Term 1 • CIS 1275 - C++ Programming I 3 credit hour(s) • CIS 1410 - IT Essentials I: PC Hardware and Software 3 credit hour(s) • CIS 1513 - Database Design and Introduction to SQL 3 credit hour(s) • IT 1010 - Computer Concepts and Software Appl...

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    97 remaining technical courses in this area and earn a CIS certificate. Additionally, this cert is ideal for students coming to CNM with AA/AAS/BS degrees who wish to do the core technical course work for this area. Program Proficiencies and/or Prerequi...

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    98 Computer Information Systems (Certificate of Completion), Systems Administration School of Business & Information Technology (BIT) Description This CIS Systems Admin certificate is a subset of the core AAS degree technical courses. These technical courses foc...

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    99 Term 3 • CIS 2630 - Administering Windows Server 3 credit hour(s) • CIS 2634 - Managing and Maintaining Windows Client 3 credit hour(s) • CIS 2650 - Advanced Windows Server 3 credit hour(s) • CIS 2670 - Computer Security+ 3 credit hour(s) Certificate of Com...

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    100 • CIS 1715 - Overview of Web Technologies 3 credit hour(s) • IT 1010 - Computer Concepts and Software Applications 3 credit hour(s) Term 2 • CIS 1280 - .Net I/C# 3 credit hour(s) • CIS 1680 - Linux Essentials 3 credit hour(s) • CIS 1713 - Web...

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    101 • Technical Degree Recommended Sequence of Courses Program Requirements • CIS 1425 - Network Topologies/Cisco Academy Semester 1 3 credit hour(s) • CIS 2420 - Basic Router Config./Cisco Academy Semester 2 3 credit hour(s) • CIS 2423 - Local Area Network M...

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    102 • CIS 1858 - Computer and Network Ethics 3 credit hour(s) • CIS 2670 - Computer Security+ 3 credit hour(s) Term 2 • CIS 2853 - Network Defense Basics 3 credit hour(s) • CIS 2860 - Digital Forensics 3 credit hour(s) Term 3 • CIS 2857 - Ethical Hacki...

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    103 • IT 1010 - Computer Concepts and Software Applications 3 credit hour(s) • Program Approved Laboratory Science Requirement 4-5 credit hour(s)* • Social/Behavioral Sciences Requirement 3 credit hour(s) Term 2 • CSCI 1152 - Introduction to...

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    104 The lab science courses must be completed with lab in one discipline; remaining two science courses do not require the lab portion. Construction Management Technology Construction Estimating and Scheduling, Certificate of Completion School of Applied Tech...

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    105 • CM 1210 - Mechanical Electrical Systems and Construction 3 credit hour(s) ** • CM 1305 - Construction Estimating 3 credit hour(s) ** • CM 1220 - Introduction to Construction Project Management 3 credit hour(s) Term 3 • CM 2105 - Construction...

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    106 Recommended Sequence of Courses Term 1 • AAS Mathematics Requirement 3-4 credit hour(s) (Except MATH 1210) • CM 1105 - Construction Detailing 3 credit hour(s) * • CM 1110 - Construction Materials and...

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    107 • Technical Approved Elective 3 credit hour(s) Associates of Applied Science in Construction Management Technologies 72-73 credit hours * In accordance with a transfer agreement, courses may be applied toward the Bachelor of Science degree in Construction...

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    108 Students may demonstrate proficiency in these areas either by Diploma/GPA, placement exam scores, or specific course work. • Math Proficiency 2 • Reading & Writing Proficiency 2 Required Sequence of Courses Ter...

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    109 • COS 2592 - Salon Operation Lab (Externship) 3 credit hour(s) • COS 2692 - Advanced Salon Lab 4 credit hour(s) Associate of Applied Science in Cosmetology 62-63 credit hours Criminal Justice Criminal Justice, Associate of Applied Science School of Heal...

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    110 • CJ 1002 - Criminal Law 3 credit hour(s) • CJ 1007 - Criminal Procedure 3 credit hour(s) • ENG 1101 - College Writing 3 credit hour(s) • IT 1010 - Computer Concepts and Software Applications 3 credit hour(s...

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    111 • CJ 2007 - White Collar Crimes 3 credit hour(s) • CJ 2008 - Organized Crime and Terrorism 3 credit hour(s) • CJ 2009 - Management for Criminal Justice Professionals 3 credit hour(s) • CJ 2011 - Public Policies and Strategies 3 cr...

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    112 Term 1 • ENG 1101 - College Writing 3 credit hour(s) • Humanities Requirement 3 credit hour(s) • IT 1010 - Computer Concepts and Software Applications 3 credit hour(s) • Mathematics Requirement 3-4 credit hour(s) * ...

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    113 * MATH 1330 - Introduction to Probability and Statistics required for UNM Sociology majors. * * Choose modern language from courses with the prefixes ARBC, FREN, PORT, SPAN (except SPAN 2280) Program Approved Electives Choose from the following courses: • S...

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    114 • CULN 1100 - Introduction to Culinary Skills 3 credit hour(s) • CULN 1003 - Food Safety Principles 1 credit hour(s) or • CULN 1103 - Safety and Sanitation Principles 3 credit hour(s) • CULN 1110 - Culinary Skil...

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    115 The Beverage Management Certificate of Completion will prepare students to work in the bar and beverage industry. Students will study safety, sanitation, supervisory skills, human relations, purchasing, cost controls, hospitality la...

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    116 Brewing and Beverage Management (AAS) School of Business & Information Technology (BIT) Description The Brewing and Beverage Management Program will prepare students for a career as beverage managers working in the beverage and brewing industry. In addi...

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    117 • BIO 1492 - Biology for Health Sciences Laboratory 1 credit hour(s) • CULN 1003 - Food Safety Principles 1 credit hour(s) • HT 1111 - Guest Service Management 1 credit hour(s) • IT 1010 - Com...

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    118 • CULN 2298 - Internship 2 credit hour(s) Brewing Technology, Certificate of Achievement School of Business & Information Technology (BIT) Description The Brewing Technology Certificate of Achievement provides students with the knowledge and skills to ent...

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    119 • Reading & Writing Proficiency 2 Recommended Sequence of Courses Term 1 • BEV 1100 - Beer Production and Styles 1 credit hour(s) • BEV 1110 - Brewing Equipment and Maintenance 4 credit hour(s) • BEV 1130 - Beer Production I 3 credit hour(s) • BEV...

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    120 • Reading & Writing Proficiency 2 Recommended Sequence of Courses Term 1 • AAS Written Communication Requirement 3 credit hour(s) • CULN 1100 - Introduction to Culinary Skills 3 credit hour(s) • CULN 1003 - Food ...

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    121 • Any BEV course * • Any CIS course • Any CULN course * • Any FITT course • Any HT course • Any NUTR course • BIT 1005 - Survey of Business & Information Technology 3 credit hour(s) • CSE 1101 - Colleg...

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    122 Term 1 • CULN 1003 - Food Safety Principles 1 credit hour(s) • CULN 1100 - Introduction to Culinary Skills 3 credit hour(s) • CULN 1110 - Culinary Skills 4 credit hour(s) • HT 1111 - Guest Service Manag...

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    123 • CULN 2097 - Independent Study 1-10 credit hour(s) • CULN 2098 - Internship 3 credit hour(s) • CULN 2195 - Cooperative Education 1 credit hour(s) • CULN 2198 - Internship 1 credit hour(s) • CULN 2295 - Cooperative Education 2 credit hour(s) ...

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    124 • CULN 1100 - Introduction to Culinary Skills 3 credit hour(s) • CULN 1003 - Food Safety Principles 1 credit hour(s) or • CULN 1103 - Safety and Sanitation Principles 3 credit hour(s) • CULN 1110 - Culinary ...

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    125 • BIT 1005 - Survey of Business & Information Technology 3 credit hour(s) • CSE 1101 - College Success 3 credit hour(s) • CULN 1096-1996 - Special Topics 1-3 credit hour(s) * or • CULN 2096-2996 - Special Topics 1-3 ...

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    126 Term 1 • CULN 1100 - Introduction to Culinary Skills 3 credit hour(s) • CULN 1110 - Culinary Skills 4 credit hour(s) • CULN 1003 - Food Safety Principles 1 credit hour(s) or • CULN 1103 - Safety and Sanitation Pri...

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    127 The Food Service Management certificate program is available to persons interested in the hospitality/food service field who want the skills necessary to become entry-level supervisors or who want to enhance their current knowledge, skill...

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    128 • Any ACCT Course • Any BA Course • Any BEV Course * • Any CIS Course • Any CULN Course * • Any FITT Course • Any FREN Course • Any HT Course • Any NUTR Course • Any SPAN Course • CSE 1101 - College Success 3 credit ho...

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    129 • Reading & Writing Proficiency 2 • HLTH 1001 - Clinical Preparation or • A current cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) certificate from a DANB-accepted CPR provider and course. Recommended Sequence ...

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    130 Certificate of Completion in Community Dental Health Coordinator 34-36 credit hours * Students credentialed as CDA, RDH, or NM Radiation Health and Safety certification and documented sufficient dental employer experience may be awarded Credit ...

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    131 • DA 1101 - Practical Application of Dental Materials 2 credit hour(s) • DA 1104 - Tooth Morphology Histology and Recordings 3 credit hour(s) • DA 1107 - Principles and Techniques of Dental Radiology I 2 credit hour(s) •...

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    132 1000 is not transferable to other degree-granting institutions, these courses typically help students meet admissions requirements and program proficiencies. English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) School of Adult & General Education (SAGE) Description...

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    133 In addition to the developmental education sequence of ESOL 0350, 0450, 0551, 0651, 0971, and 0981, SAGE also has an ESOL Certificate of Completion in Culture and Communication. This certificate is linked to a specific career or technical field at CNM. Studen...

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    134 conceptualize in 3-dimensional form. The program provides classroom didactic instruction, hands-on scanning, laboratory instruction and clinical experiences in a variety of medical facilities and outpatient diagnostic centers. Students are prepare...

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    135 • Human Relations Requirement 3 credit hour(s) * • PHYS 1510 - Algebra-Based Physics I 4 credit hour(s) Term 3 -Typically Offered Fall Term Only • DMS 1115 - Sonographic Cross Sectional Anatomy 2 credit hour(s) ...

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    136 * COMM 2221 - Interpersonal Communication Studies recommended Diesel Equipment Technology Diesel Equipment Technology, Certificate of Completion School of Applied Technologies (AT) Description Students study a variety of vehicle syst...

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    137 • DETC 1393 - Hydraulics Lab 1 credit hour(s) • DETC 1231 - M/HD Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Theory 1 credit hour(s) • DETC 1493 - M/HD Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Lab 1 credit hour(s) • DETC 1241 -...

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    138 Recommended Sequence of Courses Term 1 • DETC 1111 - Introduction to Diesel Equipment Theory 2 credit hour(s) • DETC 1192 - Introduction to Diesel Equipment Lab 1 credit hour(s) • DETC 11...

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    139 • TRDR 1420 - Class B Theory and Operational Practices 9 credit hour(s) or • AUTC 2250 - Transportation Alternative Fuels 2 credit hour(s) and • OSH 2016 - Occupational Safety I 1 credit hour(s) and • WELD 1062 - Welding Fundamen...

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    140 To apply for the New Mexico Child Development Certificate, an applicant must request a Certificate Packet from the New Mexico Kids Network office by calling (505) 277-1118. To successfully complete this packet requires verification of completion of c...

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    141 Early Childhood Multicultural Education (AA), Birth-3rd Grade Teacher Concentration School of Communication, Humanities & Social Sciences (CHSS) Description This degree is designed for students who are working or would like to work in the field of ear...

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    142 or • MATH 1315 - College Algebra 3 credit hour(s) or higher • Social/Behavioral Science Requirement 3 credit hour(s) Term 2 • COMM 1130 - Public Speaking 3 credit hour(s) or • COMM 2221 - Interpersonal Communi...

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    143 Early Childhood Multicultural Education (AA), Early Childhood Program Administration Concentration School of Communication, Humanities & Social Sciences (CHSS) Description The Early Childhood Program Administration Concentration is designed for students who would...

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    144 • ECME 1108 - Health Safety and Nutrition 2 credit hour(s) • ENG 1101 - College Writing 3 credit hour(s) • MATH 1110 - Math for Teachers I 3 credit hour(s) or • MATH 1115 - Math for Teachers II 3 c...

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    145 Associate of Arts in Early Childhood Multicultural Education, Early Childhood Program Administration Concentration 64 credit hours * Recommended for transfer to a 4-year program. Early Childhood Multicultural Education (AA), Infant Family Studies Concentration Schoo...

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    146 • ENG 1101 - College Writing 3 credit hour(s) • MATH 1110 - Math for Teachers I 3 credit hour(s) or • MATH 1115 - Math for Teachers II 3 credit hour(s) or • MATH 1315 - College Algebra 3 credit hour(s) ...

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    147 Associate of Arts in Early Childhood Multicultural Education, Infant Family Studies Concentration 64 credit hour(s) * Recommended for transfer to a 4-year program. Early Childhood Program Administration, Certificate of Completion School of Communication, Humaniti...

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    148 • ECME 2590 - Professional Relationships Practicum 2 credit hour(s) Early Childhood Program Administration, Certificate of Completion, 16 credit hours Infant Family Studies, Certificate of Achievement School of Communication, Humanities & Social Sciences ...

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    149 School of Math, Science & Engineering (MSE) Description Earth and Planetary Science is the study of the Earth and other bodies in the solar system. At CNM, Geology is the focus of our Earth and Planetary Science program. Introductory cours...

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    150 • Fine Arts Requirement 3 credit hour(s) or • Modern Language Requirement 3-4 credit hour(s) • MATH 1715 - Calculus II 4 credit hour(s) • PHYS 1710 - Calculus-Based Physics I 4 credit hour(s) • Social/Behavioral Science Requiremen...

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    151 Recommended Sequence of Courses Term 1 • ELTR 1005 - Electrical Theory I 4 credit hour(s) • ELTR 1015 - Electrical Math I 4 credit hour(s) • ELTR 1020 - Electrical DC/AC Lab 3 credit hour(s) • ELTR 1030 - AC Circui...

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    152 Associate of Applied Science in Construction Technology, Electrical Photovoltaic Installation Concentration 69-70 credit hours Electrical Trades (AAS), Programmable Logic Controls (PLC) Concentration School of Applied Technologies (AT) Description The Asso...

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    153 • ELTR 2005 - Electrical Theory III 4 credit hour(s) • ELTR 2015 - Electrical Motor Control Theory 4 credit hour(s) • ELTR 2020 - Industrial Motor Control Lab 3 credit hour(s) • ELTR 2030 - Industrial Power Distribution 3 credit hou...

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    154 First term students obtain knowledge and hands-on training for personal and tool safety, meter reading, electrical circuitry, electrical formulas, electrical calculations, material identification and AC/DC motor operation and troubleshootin...

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    155 Certificate of Completion in Electrical Trades 42 credit hours Electrical Trades (Certificate of Completion), Photovoltaic Installation Concentration School of Applied Technologies (AT) Description The Electrical Trades Certificate Program provides students the oppor...

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    156 Term 1 • ELTR 1005 - Electrical Theory I 4 credit hour(s) • ELTR 1015 - Electrical Math I 4 credit hour(s) • ELTR 1020 - Electrical DC/AC Lab 3 credit hour(s) • ELTR 1030 - AC Circuitry, Motors, Generators 3 credit hour(s) Term 2 • ELTR 1...

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    157 • Math Proficiency 2 • Reading & Writing Proficiency 2 Recommended Sequence of Courses Term 1 • ELTR 1005 - Electrical Theory I 4 credit hour(s) • ELTR 1015 - Electrical Math I 4 credit hour(s) • ELTR 1020 - Electrical...

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    158 School of Applied Technologies (AT) Description The Residential Wiring program provides students the opportunity to gain the knowledge and technical skills necessary to enter the electrical trade. A certificate is obtained by the student after success...

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    159 Emergency Medical Services Community EMT, Certificate of Achievement School of Health, Wellness & Public Safety (HWPS) Description This certificate program is designed for EMTs with at least five years of experience to advance to the level of community EMT...

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    160 This certificate program is designed for paramedics with at least five years of experience to advance to the level of community paramedic. Program Proficiencies and/or Prerequisites Students may demonstrate proficiency in these areas either by Dipl...

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    161 Program Proficiencies and/or Prerequisites Students may demonstrate proficiency in these areas either by Diploma/GPA, placement exam scores, or specific course work. • Coordinated Entry Program • Math Proficien...

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    162 • EMS 2303 - Cardiovascular Theory 3 credit hour(s) • EMS 2307 - Respiratory Theory 2 credit hour(s) • EMS 2313 - Neurological Theory 2 credit hour(s) • EMS 2390 - Hospital Clinical I 2 credit hour(s) • EMS 2393 - Paramedic Lab II...

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    163 Term 1 • AAS Mathematics Requirement 3-4 credit hour(s) * • EMS 1053 - EMT Basic Theory 6 credit hour(s) • EMS 1093 - EMT Basic Lab 2 credit hour(s) • EMS 1190 - EMT Basic Clinical 1 credit hour(s) • ENG 1101 - College Writing 3 credit...

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    164 These courses are recommended for students with field experience as an EMT. This is a recommended pre­requisite to the paramedic program. Program Proficiencies and/or Prerequisites Students may demonstrate proficiency in these areas either by D...

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    165 Emergency Medical Technician (EMT-B), Certificate of Achievement School of Health, Wellness & Public Safety (HWPS) Description EMT-Basics provide entry-level of care in the prehospital setting. The EMT-Basic level of training is required for students wishing ...

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    166 This certificate does not satisfy any pre- or corequisite coursework requirements of any other level of EMS training at CNM. Program Proficiencies and/or Prerequisites Students may demonstrate proficiency in these areas either by Diploma/GPA, placement exam scores, ...

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    167 • CHEM 1792 - General Chemistry I Lab 1 credit hour(s) • ENG 1101 - College Writing 3 credit hour(s) • Humanities Requirement 3 credit hour(s) • IT 1010 - Computer Concepts and Software Applications ...

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    168 • CHEM 1810 - General Chemistry II 3 credit hour(s) • CHEM 1892 - General Chemistry II Lab 1 credit hour(s) • CHEM 2710 - Organic Chemistry I 3 credit hour(s) • CHEM 2792 - Organic Chemistry I...

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    169 Students may demonstrate proficiency in these areas either by Diploma/GPA, placement exam scores, or specific course work. • MATH 1210 or MATH 1310 or Math Proficiency 3 • Reading & Writing Proficiency 2 Recommended...

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    170 or • ENG 2288 - Later American Literature 3 credit hour(s) • Program Approved Elective 3 credit hour(s) • Social/Behavioral Sciences Requirement 3 credit hour(s) Associate of Arts in English 60-61 credit hours This informati...

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    171 • Reading & Writing Proficiency 2 Recommended Sequence of Courses Term 1 • ENG 1101 - College Writing 3 credit hour(s) • Humanities Requirement 3 credit hours • IT 1010 - Computer Concepts and Software Applications 3 credit...

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    172 • CRP 1165 - Introduction to Community and Regional Planning 3 credit hour(s) • ECON 2200 - Macroeconomics 3 credit hour(s) • ECON 2201 - Microeconomics 3 credit hour(s) • PSY 2200 - Statistical Principles 3 credi...

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    173 Description This program of study is designed for students who are seeking a high-level education as a personal trainer and/or who plan to transfer to a four-year institution to pursue a baccalaureate degree in Physical Education, ...

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    174 Term 3 • BA 1101 - Introduction to Business 3 credit hour(s) or • BA 1105 - Introduction to Entrepreneurship 3 credit hour(s) • COMM 2221 - Interpersonal Communication Studies 3 credit hour(s) • ...

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    175 • FITT 1693 - Core Fitness I 1 credit hour(s) • FITT 1792 - Physical Fitness I 1 credit hour(s) • FITT 1793 - Core Yoga 1 credit hour(s) • FITT 1892 - Fitness for Older Adults 1 credit hour(s) • FITT 1893 - Healing Hatha Y...

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    176 This program's first term courses are offered in the fall and spring terms only. This may delay a student's program start date. Please check with an academic advisor for more information. • BA 1101 - Introd...

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    177 • FITT 1593 - Hatha Yoga I 1 credit hour(s) • FITT 1693 - Core Fitness I 1 credit hour(s) • FITT 1792 - Physical Fitness I 1 credit hour(s) • FITT 1793 - Core Yoga 1 credit hour(s) • FITT 1892 - Fitness for Older Ad...

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    178 Term 2 • CARP 1005 - Carpentry Blueprint Reading I 4 credit hour(s) • CARP 1030 - Carpentry Theory I 3 credit hour(s) • CARP 1320 - Carpentry Fundamentals 3 credit hour(s) • FILM 2001 - Art Department 3 credit hour(s) • OSH 2006 - Occupational...

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    179 • FILM 1210 - Production Planning 3 credit hour(s) • FILM 1220 - Pre-Production 4 credit hour(s) • FILM 1230 - Production 4 credit hour(s) • FILM 1240 - Post-Production 3 credit hour(s) Certificate of Completion in Film Crew Technician...

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    180 • FILM 1210 - Production Planning 3 credit hour(s) • FILM 1220 - Pre-Production 4 credit hour(s) • FILM 1230 - Production 4 credit hour(s) • FILM 1240 - Post-Production 3 credit hour(s) Term 3 • ENG 1101 - Coll...

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    181 The Post Production Technician Program Certificate is designed as a two-term 31 credit cohort program. The first term courses will provide students with an overview of the moving image production process while affording them an opportunity f...

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    182 Description Upon completion of the certificate in Bench Jewelry, students will demonstrate understanding of basic non­ferrous metallurgy. Repair jewelry mechanisms, chains, and stone settings. Students will have experience in designing and fabricating pers...

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    183 Students may demonstrate proficiency in these areas either by Diploma/GPA, placement exam scores, or specific course work. • MATH 1210 or MATH 1310 or Math Proficiency 3 • Reading & Writing Proficiency 2 Recommended Sequ...

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    184 This information is meant to serve as a general guide for students intending to major in Art History. Specific requirements for transfer will vary from school to school. It is the student's responsibility to contact the four year transfer school to confirm ...

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    185 • ARTS 1121 - Two-Dimensional Design 3 credit hour(s) or • ARTS 1125 - Art Practices I 3 credit hour(s) (Recommended) * • ENG 1101 - College Writing 3 credit hour(s) • Social/Behavioral Science Requirement 3 ...

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    186 * ARTS 1125 and ARTS 1126 recommended for transfer. * * HIST 1101 or HIST 1102 recommended. Program Approved Electives Art History Program Approved Electives • ARTH 2200 - Women In Art 3 credit hour(s) • ARTH 2201 -...

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    187 Students in the Fire Science program will benefit from faculty who bring up-to-date industry experience into the classroom. The curriculum has been validated by several subject matter experts throughout the country and is based on ...

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    188 • FS 1512 - Building Construction 3 credit hour(s) • FS 1820 - Hazardous Materials Awareness and Operations 3 credit hour(s) • SOC 2211 - Social Problems 3 credit hour(s) or • SOC 2216 - Ethnic and Minority Groups 3 cred...

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    189 and Water Supply, Fire Protection Systems, Introduction to Fire Science, Wildland Firefighting, Fire Inspections, Fire Administration, Safety and Survival, Tactics and Strategy and Hazardous Materials. The Fire Science program has...

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    190 or • CHEM 1710 - General Chemistry I 3 credit hour(s) and • CHEM 1792 - General Chemistry I Lab 1 credit hour(s) • FS 1820 - Hazardous Materials Awareness and Operations 3 credit hour(s) • FS 2001 - Fire Protect...

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    191 country and is based on a national model developed by the National Fire Academy (NFA). The curriculum includes Fire Behavior and Combustion, Building Construction for Fire Protection, Fire Protection Hydraulics and Water Su...

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    192 Term 3 • COMM 1130 - Public Speaking 3 credit hour(s) • FS 2210 - Wildland Fire Management 3 credit hour(s) • FS 2422 - Fire Behavior and Combustion 3 credit hour(s) • FS 2792 - Wildland Fire Basic Land Navig...

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    193 The certificate of Achievement leads to two International Fire Service Accreditation Congress (IFSAC) Certificates (FS 1820 and FS 2015). The IFSAC certificate is a national certificate that is recognized throughout the USA. Once students complete the prere...

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    194 The GIS concentration emphasizes applications of GIS software and includes courses in database design as well as programming. Students pursuing this certificate concentration will learn the latest industry technology as applied to a range of ...

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    195 Geographic Information Technology, Associate of Applied Science School of Applied Technologies (AT) Description The Geographic Information Technology (GIT) Degree program offers a rigorous curriculum in geospatial technology, encompassing ...

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    196 Term 3 • CIS 1250 - Python Programming I 3 credit hour(s) • GEOG 1101 - Physical Geography 3 credit hour(s) or • GEOG 1102 - Human Geography 3 credit hour(s) • GIS 2020 - Trends in Geospatial Technology 3 credit hour(s) • ...

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    197 Bachelor of Science in Geography at the University of New Mexico. However, students from CNM seeking a baccalaureate degree may also transfer to other institutions. Students interested in transfer to UNM should consult the UNM Geography De...

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    198 • Elective 3-4 credit hour(s) § • Elective 3-4 credit hour(s) § • Fine Arts Requirement 3 credit hour(s) • Humanities Requirement 3 credit hour(s) Associate of Arts in Geography 60 - 68 credit hours * MATH 1331 recommended. A strong background in s...

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    199 health record to an electronic one. This degree prepares students to work in the profession of electronic health records. Graduates will be able to provide support for health information management systems but will not hav...

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    200 Associate of Applied Science in Electronic Health Informatics 61-62 credit hours Electronic Health Record, Certificate of Completion School of Health, Wellness & Public Safety (HWPS) Description The need for specialists who understand both the medical ...

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    201 Term 3 • CIS 1610 - Configuring Windows Client 3 credit hour(s) • EHR 1090 - Electronic Health Record Practicum 2 credit hour(s) • HIT 1070 - Legal/Ethical Aspects of Health Information 3 credit hour(s) • HIT 2040 - Health Information Data Analysi...

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    202 Recommended Sequence of Courses Term 1 • BIO 1310 - Human Anatomy and Physiology for Non-Majors 3 credit hour(s) and • BIO 1392 - Human Anatomy and Physiology for Non-Majors Laboratory 1 credit hour(s) or...

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    203 Associate of Applied Science in Health Information Technology 66-68 credit hours Health, Wellness & Public Safety Health, Wellness, and Public Safety (HWPS), Certificate of Completion School of Health, Wellness & Public Safety (HWPS) Description The Health, Wellnes...

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    204 Certificate of Completion in Health, Wellness, and Public Safety (HWPS), 16-22 credit hours * BIO 1410 or BIO 2210 or COMM 1130 or COMM 2221 or PSY 1105 recommended * * COMM 2221 or PHI...

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    205 • VT 1011 - Introduction to the Veterinary Profession 3 credit hour(s) Heating, Ventilating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (HVAC) Commercial, Industrial HVAC & Building Performance, Certificate of Completion School of Applied Technologies (AT)...

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    206 • COMM 2221 - Interpersonal Communication Studies 3 credit hour(s) • HVAC 1321 - Advanced Hydronics and Controls I 3 credit hour(s) • HVAC 1323 - Hot Water & Steam Generation Systems & Controls II 3 credit hour(s) • HVAC 13...

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    207 which will include calculating building loads; duct design, performance analysis, and code enforcement. With the Residential HVAC Certificate of Completion (Term 1 & 2, 32 credit hours) students will have the basic knowledge to enter the Re...

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    208 • HVAC 1323 - Hot Water & Steam Generation Systems & Controls II 3 credit hour(s) • HVAC 1325 - Chilled Water Systems 2 credit hour(s) • HVAC 1330 - Controls III 2 credit hour(s) • HVAC 1335 - Code and Safety Requirements II...

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    209 be able to troubleshoot equipment problems and create a sequence of operation from the wiring diagrams. Create system designs which will include calculating building loads; duct design, performance analysis, and code enforcement. With the Residential HVA...

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    210 History, Associate of Arts School of Communication, Humanities & Social Sciences (CHSS) Description History is the study of change over time, encompassing a wide range of recorded human experiences. While every field of study has a history, the hi...

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    211 • HIST 1181 - Early Latin American History 3 credit hour(s) * • COMM 1130 - Public Speaking 3 credit hour(s) or • COMM 2221 - Interpersonal Communication Studies 3 credit hour(s) • Elective 3 credit hour(s) • Laboratory Science Requ...

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    212 Description This program prepares students at two levels: a foundational training for Personal Care Assistants and more advanced training for Home Health Aides. Completion of the program meets or exceeds the New Mexico Department of Health requirements for each leve...

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    213 • MATH 1210 or MATH 1310 • Reading & Writing Proficiency 2 Recommended Sequence of Courses Term 1 • ENG 1101 - College Writing 3 credit hour(s) • HT 1101 - Introduction to Tourism 3 credit hou...

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    214 Term 4 • HT 2235 - Leadership and Management in the Hospitality Industry 3 credit hour(s) • Biological/Physical Science Approved Elective 4-5 credit hour(s) • Humanities/Fine Arts Requirement 3 credit ho...

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    215 Humanities/Fine Arts 6-9 credit hour(s) required in each Social/Behavioral Science and Humanities/Fine Arts for a total of 15 credit hour(s). • ARTH 1101 - Introduction to Art 3 credit hour(s) • ARTH 2201 - History Of Art I 3 credit hou...

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    216 • ENG 1101 - College Writing 3 credit hour(s) * or • BA 1121 - Business English 3 credit hour(s) • HT 1101 - Introduction to Tourism 3 credit hour(s) or • CULN 1100 - Introduction to Culinary Ski...

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    217 Human Services Human Services, Associate of Arts School of Communication, Humanities & Social Sciences (CHSS) Description The Human Services degree is designed for students who wish to work in a wide variety of settings with a focus on helping others. The Human Servic...

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    218 Term 1 • COMM 1130 - Public Speaking 3 credit hour(s) or • COMM 2221 - Interpersonal Communication Studies 3 credit hour(s) • ENG 1101 - College Writing 3 credit hour(s) • HSV 2210 - Introduction t...

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    219 Term 4 • Fine Arts Requirement 3 credit hour(s) • MATH 1315 - College Algebra 3 credit hour(s) or • MATH 1320 - A Survey of Mathematics 3 credit hour(s) or • MATH 1330 - Introduction to Pro...

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    220 • CJ 1002 - Criminal Law 3 credit hour(s) • CJ 1007 - Criminal Procedure 3 credit hour(s) • CJ 1502 - Juvenile Law and Procedure 3 credit hou...

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    221 • SOC 2280 - Social Science Research 3 credit hour(s) • SPAN 1101 - Beginning Spanish 4 credit hour(s) or higher • SPED 2201 - Introduction to Special Education 3 credit hour(s) • SPED 2290 - Introduction to Special Education Practic...

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    222 Certificate of Completion, Substance Abuse Counselor Certificate 18 credit hours Integrated Studies Integrated Studies, Associate of Applied Science School of Business & Information Technology (BIT) Description The Associate of Applied Science in Integrat...

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    223 Term 4 • Unspecified Electives 12 credit hour(s) * Term 5 • Unspecified Electives 12 credit hour(s) * Note * Unspecified Electives: Any Course Numbered 1000 or Above Associate of Applied Science in Integrated Studies 60-63 Latin American Studies Latin American Stu...

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    224 • ENG 1101 - College Writing 3 credit hour(s) • IT 1010 - Computer Concepts and Software Applications 3 credit hour(s) • LTAM 1110 - Introduction to Latin American Studies 3 credit hour(s) • Mathematics Requirement 3-...

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    225 Program Approved Electives • ANTH 2222 - Ancient Mesoamerica 3 credit hour(s) • BA 2100 - Basics of Global Business 3 credit hour(s) • LTAM 1111 - Latin American Film 3 credit hour(s) • LTAM 2096-2996 - Special Top...

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    226 Term 1 • ENG 1101 - College Writing 3 credit hour(s) • Fine Arts Requirement 3 credit hour(s) • Humanities Requirement 3 credit hour(s) • Mathematics Requirement 3-4 credit hour(s) Term 2 • COMM 1130 - Public Speaking 3 credit hour(s) ...

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    227 Recommended Sequence of Courses Term 1 • ENG 1101 - College Writing 3 credit hour(s) • IT 1010 - Computer Concepts and Software Applications 3 credit hour(s) • Humanities Requirement 3 credit hour(s) • Mathematics Requirement 3-4 cred...

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    228 • CRP 1165 - Introduction to Community and Regional Planning 3 credit hour(s) • CRP 1181 - Introduction to Environmental Problems 3 credit hour(s) • CRP 2265 - Sustainable Community Planning Methods 3 credit hour(s...

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    229 Term 1 • MATT 1001 - Metals Math I 2 credit hour(s) • MATT 1005 - Metals Blueprint Reading I 2 credit hour(s) • MATT 1110 - Basic Lathe Principles 2 credit hour(s) • MATT 1120 - Basic Milling Machi...

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    230 Associate of Applied Science in Machine Tool Technology 60-61 credit hours Program Approved Electives • AT 1005 - Survey of Applied Technologies 3 credit hour(s) • AT 1010 - Applied Technologies in Construction 3 credit hour(s) • AT 1096 ...

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    231 • MATT 1120 - Basic Milling Machine Principles 2 credit hour(s) • MATT 1130 - Basic Supporting Machine Tool Principles 2 credit hour(s) • MATT 1140 - Basic Measurement and Inspection 2 credit hour(s) Term 2 • MATT 1030 - Meta...

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    232 admission, program, course, and graduation requirements. College catalogs are generally available online. Students should also consult a faculty advisor and/or the CNM Academic Advising Center. Program Proficiencies and/or Prerequisites Studen...

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    233 Program Approved Electives • CSCI 2201 - Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science 4 credit hour(s) • MATH 1330 - Introduction to Probability and Statistics 3 credit hour(s) • MATH 2088 - Math Specialty 1-12 credit hour(s) • MATH 2810 - Appl...

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    234 • MATH 1210 or MATH 1310 • Reading & Writing Proficiency 2 Required Sequence of Courses This is a Coordinated Entry Program This program's first term courses are typically offered in the fall term only....

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    235 • PHLB 1092 - Phlebotomy Lab 2 credit hour(s) Term 4 (Coordinated Entry - Typically Offered Fall Only) • MLT 1012 - Clinical Urinalysis 1 credit hour(s) • MLT 1092 - Clinical Urinalysis Laboratory 1 credit hour(s) • ML...

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    236 Phlebotomists collect and process blood specimens using approved venipuncture and capillary puncture techniques. Requires a high level of professionalism when working with patients. Phlebotomists work in clinics, hospitals and physician office labs...

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    237 Certificate of Achievement in Phlebotomy Technician 10 credit hours Modern Languages Modern Languages (AA), Spanish Concentration School of Communication, Humanities & Social Sciences (CHSS) Description Modern Languages courses develop listening, reading,...

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    238 Term 3 • Modern Language Elective 4 credit hour(s) * • Humanities Requirement 3 credit hour(s) • Laboratory Science Requirement 4 credit hour(s) • Program Approved Elective 3-4 credit hour(s) • Social/Behavioral ...

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    239 Description This certificate is designed to demonstrate proficiency in Spanish for professional use in the workplace, neighborhood and community activities, and in working with the public. Program Proficiencies and/or Prerequisites Stu...

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    240 Nurse Refresher School of Health, Wellness & Public Safety (HWPS) Description • Provide nurses with an opportunity to update their knowledge and skills of pharmacology, dosage calculation and medical surgical nursing • Provide nurses with an opportuni...

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    241 Required Sequence of Courses Term 1 • AAS Mathematics Requirement 3-4 credit hour(s) (MATH 1330 recommended) * • BIO 2110 - Microbiology 3 credit hour(s) • BIO 2192 - Microbiology Laboratory 1 credit hour(s) ...

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    242 * * * PSY 1105 Introduction to Psychology must be taken before PSY 2220 Developmental Psychology II. Nursing (AAS), NMNEC Concentration School of Health, Wellness & Public Safety (HWPS) Description All CNM nursing courses emphasize a holistic appr...

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    243 • BIO 2110 - Microbiology 3 credit hour(s) • BIO 2192 - Microbiology Laboratory 1 credit hour(s) • BIO 2310 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II 3 credit hour(s) • BIO 2710 - Pathophysiology I 3 credit hour(s) • PSY 222...

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    244 School of Health, Wellness & Public Safety (HWPS) Description Students are provided instruction in the roles and responsibilities of the Nursing Assistant. Body structure and function, infection prevention, nutrition, principles of growth and development,...

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    245 The program includes instruction in human nutrition, food safety, the design and organization of food service systems, purchasing, and personnel management. The program includes classroom and lab time. Students will complete 180 hours of...

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    246 Nutrition, Associate of Science School of Math, Science & Engineering (MSE) Description Students majoring in Nutrition examine the role of food and nutrition in overall health and disease prevention with an emphasis on the metabolic and physiolo...

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    247 • Approved Fine Arts Elective 3 credit hour(s) • MATH 1330 - Introduction to Probability and Statistics 3 credit hour(s) • Approved Social/Behavioral Sciences Elective 3 credit hour(s) Term 3 • BIO...

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    248 Modern Language • FREN 1101 - Beginning French I 4 credit hour(s) • FREN 1102 - Beginning French II 4 credit hour(s) • FREN 2201 - Intermediate French 4 credit hour(s) • FREN 2202 - Intermediate French II 4 cr...

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    249 • Math Proficiency 2 • Reading & Writing Proficiency 2 Recommended Sequence of Courses Term 1 • BA 1121 - Business English 3 credit hour(s) • BA 1131 - Business Professionalism 3 credit hour(s)...

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    250 Medical Office Transcription, Certificate of Completion School of Business & Information Technology (BIT) Description The Medical Transcription program offers entry-level skills for students who desire to begin a career quickly in a medical office. Students ...

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    251 Office Receptionist, Certificate of Completion School of Business & Information Technology (BIT) Description The Office Receptionist program offers entry-level, office-related skills for students who prefer to begin an office caree...

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    252 • FIN 1010 - Financial Literacy Complete 3 credit hour(s) • HIT 1020 - Medical Terminology and Anatomy 3 credit hour(s) • OTEC 1096-1996 - Special Topics 1-3 credit hour(s) * or • OTEC 2096-2996 - Special Topics 1-3 credit hour...

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    253 • IT 1010 - Computer Concepts and Software Applications 3 credit hour(s) • OTEC 1101 - Beginning Keyboarding 3 credit hour(s) • OTEC 1161 - Records and Information Management 3 credit hour(s) • OTEC 1170 - Busine...

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    254 School of Business & Information Technology (BIT) Description The Office Technology program provides opportunities for individuals to develop marketable skills in the areas of office procedures, interpersonal relations, office technol...

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    255 • ACCT 1410 - QuickBooks Complete 3 credit hour(s) • CIS 1145 - Microsoft PowerPoint 2 credit hour(s) • CIS 1173 - Excel Complete 3 credit hour(s) • OTEC 1103 - Keyboard Skillbuilding II 1 cre...

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    256 • COMM 2280 - Gender Communication Studies 3 credit hour(s) Office Technology (Certificate of Completion), Medical Concentration School of Business & Information Technology (BIT) Description The Office Technology program provides opportunities ...

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    257 • OTEC 1102 - Keyboard Skillbuilding 2 credit hour(s) • OTEC 1125 - Writing, Proofreading and Editing 3 credit hour(s) • OTEC 1175 - Computers in the Medical Office 2 credit hour(s) Term 3 • AAS Written Communications Requirement 3 credit hour(s) 3 cre...

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    258 • BA 1121 - Business English 3 credit hour(s) • BA 1131 - Business Professionalism 3 credit hour(s) • IT 1010 - Computer Concepts and Software Applications 3 credit hour(s) • OTEC 1101 - Beginning Keyboarding 3 credit hour(s)...

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    259 Required Courses • TLOL 1010 - Introduction to Teaching and Learning Online 2 credit hour(s) • TLOL 1015 - Online Curriculum Design and Instruction 3 credit hour(s) • TLOL 1020 - Assessing the Online Learner 2 credit hour(s) • TLOL 1025 - Ins...

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    260 • OPTD 2040 - Contact Lens Theory 3 credit hour(s) Term 2 • ENG 1101 - College Writing 3 credit hour(s) • OPTD 2290 - Optical Laboratory Clinical II 3 credit hour(s) • OPTD 2293 - Optical Dispensing Lab II 3 credit hour(s) • OPTD 2390 - ...

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    261 • OPTD 1510 - Trends in Optical Dispensing 3 credit hour(s) • OPTD 1520 - Optical Business Management 3 credit hour(s) • OPTD 1590 - Optical Laboratory Clinical I 3 credit hour(s) • OPTD 1592 - Optical Dispensing Lab I 3 credit hour(s)...

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    262 • OPTD 1592 - Optical Dispensing Lab I 3 credit hour(s) Term 3 • IT 1010 - Computer Concepts and Software Applications 3 credit hour(s) • OPTD 2010 - Optical Theory II 3 credit hour(s) • OPTD 2020 - Optical Laboratory Theory II 3 credit ho...

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    263 Program Proficiencies and/or Prerequisites Students may demonstrate proficiency in these areas either by Diploma/GPA, placement exam scores, or specific course work. • Math Proficiency 2 • Reading & Writing Pr...

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    264 Associate of Applied Science in Paralegal Studies 66-67 credit hours * MATH 1315 - College Algebra recommended if planning on transferring to a 4-year degree. Program Approved Electives • ACCT 1115 - Introduc...

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    265 skills and breadth of study. A meeting with the program director or HWPS School Advisor is required for individuals entering the Post Degree Paralegal Studies Certificate program. Program Proficiencies and/or...

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    266 • PL 2440 - Criminal Litigation II 3 credit hour(s) • PL 2445 - Personal Injury Law 3 credit hour(s) • PL 2450 - Administrative Law 3 credit hour(s) • PL 2455 - Employment Law 3 credit hour(s) • PL 2460 - Native American Law 3 c...

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    267 • NA 1093 - Principles of Nursing Assistant Lab 2 credit hour(s) • NA 1190 - Nursing Assistant Clinical 1 credit hour(s) OR EMT Basic Track • EMS 1053 - EMT Basic Theory 6 credit hour(s) • EMS 1093 - EMT Basic Lab 2 credit hour(s) • EM...

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    268 • Coordinated Entry Program • Math 2 Proficiency • Reading & Writing Proficiency 2 or ENG 1101 (Recommended) • CHEM 1410 and CHEM 1492 Required Sequence of Courses Term 1 • HLTH 1001 - Clinical Preparation 1 credit ho...

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    269 therapist assistants work as part of a team to provide physical therapy services under the direction and supervision of a licensed physical therapist. PTAs help people of all ages who have medical problems or other health-r...

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    270 • PTA 1130 - PTA Pathophysiology 3 credit hour(s) • PTA 1140 - PTA Procedures I 4 credit hour(s) Term 4 • HLTH 1001 - Clinical Preparation 1 credit hour(s) • PTA 1520 - Therapeutic Exercise 3 credit hour(s) • PTA 1530 - Orthopedics for...

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    271 Students interested in transfer to UNM should consult the UNM Physics and Astronomy Department. Students should always refer to the catalog of their intended transfer institution for admission, program, course, and graduation requir...

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    272 • CHEM 1810 - General Chemistry II 3 credit hour(s) • CHEM 1892 - General Chemistry II Lab 1 credit hour(s) • CSCI 1151 - Introduction to Programming for Non-Majors of Computer Science 4 credit hour(s) or • CSCI 1152 - Introduction to Progr...

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    273 • Reading & Writing Proficiency 2 Recommended Sequence of Courses Term 1 • OSH 2006 - Occupational Safety for Construction I 1 credit hour(s) • PLMB 1105 - Plumbing and Safety Fundamentals 3 credit h...

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    274 or • Social/Behavioral Science Requirement 3 credit hour(s) • IT 1010 - Computer Concepts and Software Applications 3 credit hour(s) • WELD 1062 - Welding Fundamentals 3 credit hour(s) Associate of Applied Science in Plumbing & Gas Fitti...

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    275 • OSH 2006 - Occupational Safety for Construction I 1 credit hour(s) Term 2 • PLMB 1125 - Drain Waste and Vent II 2 credit hour(s) • PLMB 1215 - Plumbing Theory and Repair 2 credit hour(s) • PLMB 1220 - Plumbing Code Applications 3 credit hou...

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    276 Students may demonstrate proficiency in these areas either by Diploma/GPA, placement exam scores, or specific course work. • MATH 1210 or MATH 1310 or Math Proficiency 3 • Reading & Writing Proficiency 2 Recommended Sequence of Cours...

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    277 Program Approved Electives For students intending to transfer to the University of New Mexico's Political Science program, please refer to the UNM Political Science Major and Minor Requirements as you select which courses to take at CNM. PSCI 1110 mus...

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    278 Students may demonstrate proficiency in these areas either by Diploma/GPA, placement exam scores, or specific course work. • Biology Proficiency • Math Proficiency 2 • Reading & Writing Proficiency 2 Recommended...

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    279 • PSG 2090 - Polysomnography Clinical Experience II 3 credit hour(s) Associate of Applied Science in Polysomnographic Technology 61-62 credit hours Program Approved Communication Electives • COMM 1130 - Public Speaking 3 credit hour(s) • COMM 2...

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    280 • CHEM 1492 - Introduction to Chemistry Laboratory 1 credit hour(s) or • CHEM 1710 - General Chemistry I 3 credit hour(s) and • CHEM 1792 - General Chemistry I Lab 1 credit hour(s) • ENG 1101 - College Writ...

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    281 • BIO 2392 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II Lab 1 credit hour(s) • BIO 2710 - Pathophysiology I 3 credit hour(s) • CHEM 2210 - Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry 4 credit hour(s) • NUTR 2110 - Human Nutrition 3 credit hour(s) Pre-H...

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    282 • MATH 1330 - Introduction to Probability and Statistics 3 credit hour(s) • BIO 2210 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I 3 credit hour(s) and • BIO 2292 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I Lab 1 credit hour(s) • ENG 1102 - A...

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    283 The Pre-Health Sciences major is an Associate of Arts Degree program that prepares students to apply for health-related programs at CNM, as well as to transfer to UNM or other four-year degree programs in numerous health-related fiel...

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    284 • EMS 1053 - EMT Basic Theory 6 credit hour(s) and • EMS 1093 - EMT Basic Lab 2 credit hour(s) * * and • EMS 1190 - EMT Basic Clinical 1 credit hour(s) • HLTH 1001 - Clinical Preparation 1 credit hour(s) • MATH 1330 - Introduction to Proba...

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    285 The Pre-Health Sciences major is an Associate of Arts Degree program that prepares students to apply for health-related programs at CNM, as well as to transfer to UNM or other four-year degree programs in numerous health-related ...

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    286 • CHEM 2210 - Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry 4 credit hour(s) • COMM 1130 - Public Speaking 3 credit hour(s) • Fine Arts Requirement 3 credit hour(s) • PHYS 1010 - Introduction to Physics 3 credit hour(s) or • PHYS 1510 - Algebra-Based Physic...

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    287 • Math Proficiency 3 or MATH 1210 • Reading & Writing Proficiency 2 Recommended Sequence of Courses Term 1 • CHEM 1410 - Introduction to Chemistry 3 credit hour(s) and • CHEM 1492 - Introduction to Chemistry Labo...

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    288 This information is meant to serve as a general guide for students intending to major in Health Education at UNM.* Specific requirements for transfer will vary from school to school. It is the student's responsibility to contact the four year transfer schoo...

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    289 • BIO 1410 - Biology for Health Sciences 3 credit hour(s) and • BIO 1492 - Biology for Health Sciences Laboratory 1 credit hour(s) • CHEM 1710 - General Chemistry I 3 credit hour(s) and • CHEM 1792 - G...

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    290 Pre-Health Science (AA), Pre-Nursing Concentration School of Math, Science & Engineering (MSE) Description The Pre-Health Sciences major is an Associate of Arts Degree program that prepares students to apply for health-related programs a...

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    291 Term 3 • BIO 2110 - Microbiology 3 credit hour(s) and • BIO 2192 - Microbiology Laboratory 1 credit hour(s) • BIO 2310 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II 3 credit hour(s) * * • Humanities Requirement 3 credit hour(s) • NUTR 2110 - Human Nutr...

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    292 Students may demonstrate proficiency in these areas either by Diploma/GPA, placement exam scores, or specific course work. • MATH 1315 • Reading & Writing Proficiency 2 Recommended Sequence of Courses Term 1 • ENG 1...

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    293 Associate of Arts in Pre-Health Sciences, Pre-Pharmacy Concentration 62 - 64 credit hours * PSY 1105 recommended. This course is recommended to satisfy part of the Non-Professional Electives required as Prerequisite Coursework for the...

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    294 This information is meant to serve as a general guide for students intending to pursue a pre-pharmacy curriculum at UNM. Specific requirements for transfer will vary from school to school. It is the student's responsibility to contact the transfer school to confir...

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    295 This two year program is designed to prepare students for medical school. The courses included in the program are those required as prerequisites for the UNM School of Medicine (SOM) and most schools of medicine nationwide....

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    296 Term 4 • CHEM 2810 - Organic Chemistry II 3 credit hour(s) • CHEM 2892 - Organic Chemistry II Laboratory 1 credit hour(s) • COMM 1130 - Public Speaking 3 credit hour(s) • PHYS 1610 - Algebra-Based Physics II 4 credit hour(s) ...

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    297 Students may demonstrate proficiency in these areas either by Diploma/GPA, placement exam scores, or specific course work. • MATH 1315 • Reading & Writing Proficiency 2 Recommended Sequence of Courses Term 1 • BIO 1510 - Mo...

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    298 • BIO 2210 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I 3 credit hour(s) • BIO 2292 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I Lab 1 credit hour(s) • BIO 2310 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II 3 credit hour(s) • BIO 2392 - Human Anatomy and Physiology...

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    299 • PHIL 1156 - Logic and Critical Thinking 3 credit hour(s) • Social/Behavioral Requirement 3 credit hour(s) * * * * Term 3 • COMM 1130 - Public Speaking 3 credit hour(s) or • COMM 2221 - Interpersonal Communicatio...

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    300 Psychology, Associate of Arts School of Communication, Humanities & Social Sciences (CHSS) Description Psychology is the science of behavior and mental processes. Students of psychology learn about a variety of topics including nervous...

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    301 • Program Approved Elective 3 credit hour(s) • Social/Behavioral Science Requirement 3 credit hour(s) Term 4 • Elective 3 credit hour(s) • Fine Arts Requirement 3 credit hour(s) • Program Approved Elective 3 credit hour(s) • PSY 2200 - St...

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    302 program meets the ARRT (American Registration of Radiologic Technologist) accreditation requirements through the NCACS-HLC institutional accreditation of Central New Mexico Community College. Program Proficiencies and/or Pre...

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    303 • IT 1010 - Computer Concepts and Software Applications 3 credit hour(s) • RADT 1520 - Radiation Biology and Protection 2 credit hour(s) • RADT 2408 - Radiographic Pathology and Cross-sectional Anatomy 3 credit hour(s) • RADT 2490 - Clinica...

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    304 Respiratory Care Respiratory Therapy, Associate of Applied Science School of Health, Wellness & Public Safety (HWPS) Description Respiratory care is an allied health profession specializing in diagnostic testing, therapeutic treatment and critical ...

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    305 Term 2 (Coordinated Entry - Typically Offered in Fall Only) This program's first term courses are offered in the fall term only. This may delay a student's program start date. Please check with an academic advisor for mor...

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    306 Sociology Sociology, Associate of Arts School of Communication, Humanities & Social Sciences (CHSS) Description Sociology is a social science that examines the social lives of individuals, groups, and societies. The discipline covers a rang...

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    307 • Fine Arts Requirement 3 credit hour(s) • Laboratory Science Requirement 4 credit hour(s) Term 4 • Elective 3 credit hour(s) • Program Approved Elective 3 credit hour(s) • Social/Behavioral Sciences Requirement 3 cr...

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    308 Sterile Processing Technician, Certificate of Achievement School of Health, Wellness & Public Safety (HWPS) Description Sterile Processing Technician is a one term program that presents the knowledge and skills necessary to work in a hospital's Central Supply or Sterile Pr...

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    309 Program Proficiencies and/or Prerequisites Students may demonstrate proficiency in these areas either by Diploma/GPA, placement exam scores, or specific course work. • High School Diploma or Equivalent • Biology Pr...

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    310 • ST 1510 - Beginning Surgical Technology II 3 credit hour(s) • ST 1590 - Surgical Technology Clinical I 8 credit hour(s) • ST 1592 - Surgical Technology Lab II 2 credit hour(s) Term 5 (Typically Offered Spring and Summer Only) • ST 2010 - Surgical T...

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    311 Term 1 • ENG 1101 - College Writing 3 credit hour(s) • GIS 1002 - Fundamentals of Geospatial Technology 3 credit hour(s) • Humanities Requirement 3 credit hour(s) • IT 1010 - Computer Concepts and Softwar...

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    312 Surveying Technology, Certificate of Completion School of Applied Technologies (AT) Description The Surveying Technology Certificate of Completion program at CNM is designed to meet the requirements for employment in the surveying and mappi...

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    313 Approved Surveying/GIS Electives • GIS 1096-1996 - Special Topics 1-6 credit hour(s) • GIS 2096-2996 - Special Topics 1-7 credit hour(s) • SUR 2096-2996 - Special Topics 1-7 credit hour(s) Teacher Education Teacher Education (AA), Bilingual Elementary...

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    314 • EDUC 2265 - Computers in Schools 3 credit hour(s) * or • IT 1010 - Computer Concepts and Software Applications 3 credit hour(s) • ENG 1101 - College Writing 3 credit hour(s) • HIST 110...

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    315 • Laboratory Science Requirement 4 credit hour(s) • MATH 1115 - Math for Teachers II 3 credit hour(s) or • MATH 1315 - College Algebra 3 credit hour(s) Term 4 • COMM 1130 - Public Speaking 3 credit hour(s) or • COMM 2...

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    316 Description The Teacher Education associate degree program facilitates an introduction to learning the theory and skills required for working with children in the public school system (K-12). Stude...

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    317 Associate of Arts in Teacher Education, Career and Technical Concentration 70 credit hours Approved Technical Certificate/AAS Degrees Students must see program director if certificate/degree is not included in this list as eligibility for degree...

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    318 • Reading & Writing Proficiency 2 Recommended Sequence of Courses Term 1 • EDUC 1102 - Introduction to Teaching: Theory and Lab 4 credit hour(s) (FALL/SPRING) ...

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    319 • MATH 1115 - Math for Teachers II 3 credit hour(s) or • MATH 1315 - College Algebra 3 credit hour(s) (or higher) • HIST 1101 - Western Civilization I 3 credit hour(s) or • H...

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    320 Teacher Education (AA), Secondary Concentration School of Communication, Humanities & Social Sciences (CHSS) Description The Teacher Education associate degree program facilitates an introduction to learning the ...

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    321 Term 2 • Laboratory Science Requirement 4 credit hour(s) • EDUC 2204 - Child Development 3 credit hour(s) * or • EDUC 2207 - Educational Psychology 3 credit ho...

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    322 or • COMM 2270 - Communication Studies for Teachers 3 credit hour(s) (Recommended) • HIST 2260 - History of New Mexico 3 credit hour(s) • MUS 1139 - Early Music Appreciation 3 credit ho...

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    323 The Teacher Education associate degree program facilitates an introduction to learning the theory and skills required for working with children in the public school system (K-12). Students will also gain pract...

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    324 or • EDUC 2207 - Educational Psychology 3 credit hour(s) • ENG 1102 - Analytic and Argumentative Writing 3 credit hour(s) • HIST 1101 - Western Civiliz...

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    325 • MUS 1139 - Early Music Appreciation 3 credit hour(s) or • MUS 1140 - Modern Music Appreciation 3 credit hour(s) or • THEA 1122 - Theatre Appreciation 3 credit hour(s) • Social/Behavioral Science Requirement 3 credit hour(s) ...

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    326 • Humanities Requirement 3 credit hour(s) • IT 1010 - Computer Concepts and Software Applications 3 credit hour(s) • THEA 1122 - Theatre Appreciation 3 credit hour(s) Term 2...

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    327 Class B CDL, Certificate of Achievement School of Applied Technologies (AT) Description Single-term program providing basic instruction required to earn a Class B Commercial Driver's License (CDL). Students learn how to operate a Class B truck safely and efficientl...

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    328 Program Proficiencies and/or Prerequisites Students may demonstrate proficiency in these areas either by Diploma/GPA, placement exam scores, or specific course work. • Math Proficiency 2 • Reading & Writing Proficiency 1 Recommended Sequen...

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    329 • IT 1010 - Computer Concepts and Software Applications 3 credit hour(s) • VT 1005 - Veterinary Reception Basic Skills 3 credit hour(s) • VT 1011 - Introduction to the Veterinary Profession 3 credit hour(s) Certificate of Achieve...

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    330 • BIO 1510 - Molecular and Cell Biology 3 credit hour(s) and • BIO 1592 - Molecular and Cell Biology Laboratory 1 credit hour(s) • CHEM 1410 - Intr...

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    331 • VT 2690 - Veterinary Technology Clinical II 3 credit hour(s) Term 6 (Typically Offered Spring Only) • VT 2803 - Pharmacology for Veterinary Technicians 3 credit hour(s) • VT 2884 - Applied Therapeutic II Avian Laboratory Exoti...

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    332 • WELD 1005 - Welding Blueprint Reading I 2 credit hour(s) • WELD 1020 - Introduction to Metallurgy 2 credit hour(s) • WELD 1...

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    333 Associate of Applied Science in Welding Technology 63-64 credit hours Program Approved Electives • AT 1005 - Survey of Applied Technologies 3 credit hour(s) • AT 1030 - Applied Technologies in Ma...

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    334 Term 2 • WELD 1025 - Welding Blueprint Reading II 2 credit hour(s) • WELD 2001 - Advanced Blueprint Reading 2 credit hour(s) • WELD 1160 - Advanced SMAW 2 credit hour(s) • WELD 1260 - Advanced GTAW and Fa...

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    335 Course Descriptions Asian American Studies AAST 1150 - Introduction to Asian American Studies 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: IRW 0970 or appropriate placement score. Investigates present-day perspectives and historical and social conditions that have shaped...

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    336 generally accepted accounting principles to the elements of the balance sheet. This class is fast-paced (double the normal pace of ACCT 1111 or ACCT 1112). * Students need to have basic reading skills for this course. Note(s): Last offered Spring 2016. Students gradu...

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    337 Analyze business transactions in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP), their effects on the financial statements, financial analysis, and the interrelationships of the financial statements. * Students need to have basic reading skills for ...

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    338 ACCT 1398 - Volunteer Tax Internship 1 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: ACCT 1301. Students apply current tax code to prepare individual tax returns for low-income and elderly taxpayers. Volunteers must meet VITA volunteer eligibility requirements as defined...

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    339 the IRS and have passed the certification examination. A minimum of forty five hours of volunteer tax return preparation work during the spring term at an approved site location is required. Note(s): Offered Spring term. ACCT 2095 - Cooperative Education 3 cr...

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    340 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: ACCT 1140. Pre- or corequisite: AAS Written Communication Requirement + AAS Mathematics Requirement. Presents accounting theory, concepts, practical application and use of accounting facts and procedures in business contexts. Emphas...

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    341 Recommended: ACCT 2340.* Covers fundamental characteristics of income taxes for corporations, partnerships, sub-chapter S corporations and fiduciaries. * Business related tax concepts taught in ACCT 2340 are helpful to students in understanding tax concepts i...

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    342 Air Force Aerospace Studies AFAS 1120 - The Foundation of the United States Air Force I 1 credit hour(s) Corequisite: AFAS 1192 + concurrent enrollment in leadership laboratory required for cadet status. Introduces students to the United States Air Force (US...

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    343 Note(s): Enrollment in the laboratory is required with AFAS 1121 course Graded CR/NC Spring only AFAS 2192 - Leadership Laboratory III 1 credit hour(s) Provides application of elements of personal leadership. Provides students an opportunity to demonstrate...

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    344 1 credit hour(s) Corequisite: AFAS 2292 + concurrent enrollment in leadership laboratory required for cadet status. Introduces topics on Air Force heritage and leaders; introduction to air and space power through examination of competencies and functions; and...

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    345 Anthropology ANTH 1101 - Intro Anthropology 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement score or CSE 1101. Surveys the breadth of anthropology, including archaeology, biological anthropology, cultural anthropology and linguistic anthr...

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    346 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement score or CSE 1101. Surveys basic concepts of cultural anthropology as well as cultural characteristics illustrated by a variety of existing cultures in their native environments with societ...

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    347 ANTH 2238 - Cultures Of the Southwest 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement score. Presents basic concepts related to cultural patterns of the American Southwest from A.D. 1600 to the present and interactions of the ethnic groups that po...

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    348 Provides opportunities for students in anthropology practice by working with professionals conducting theoretical, laboratory, and/or field research in cultural, linguistic, physical/biological anthropology and archaeology. Arabic ARBC 1101 - Beginning Arabic I 4 c...

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    349 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement score. Provides an introduction to the tools and methods of representing architecture. Emphasis will be given to 2 and 3 dimensional representation to communicate architectural concepts. Th...

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    350 Note(s): 30 theory hours 45 lab hours ARDR 1115 - Residential Drafting 4 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: ARDR 1010 + ARDR 1101 + IT 1010. Introduces the fundamentals of architectural graphic representation as the foundation of all A/E drafting courses. Intro...

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    351 135 lab hours ARDR 1221 - Commercial Drafting Software Applications (Bearing Wall) 2 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: ARDR 1010 or department approval. Corequisite: ARDR 1215 or department approval. Applies current software applications to the production of A/E constructi...

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    352 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: ARDR 1315 + ARDR 1321. A supervised practical application of Building Information Modeling (BIM) commands and processes used to produce architectural design development drawings for commercial building. Note(s): 30 theo...

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    353 ARDR 2105 - Structural Systems CAD 4 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: ARDR 1215 + ARDR 1315. Corequisite: ARDR 2110 + ARDR 2120. Develops standard structural engineering drawings in steel, concrete and/or wood structural systems. Note(s): 15 theory hours 135 lab ho...

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    354 Note(s): 15 theory hours 60 lab hours ARDR 2205 - Mechanical/Electrical/Plumbing Systems CAD 4 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: ARDR 1215 + ARDR 1315. Corequisite: ARDR 2210 + ARDR 2220. Reviews conventional drafting methods for mechanical and electrical systems, inclu...

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    355 ARDR 2295 - Cooperative Education 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Department approval. Provides opportunity for the student to work for one term on a cooperative basis in an appropriate, defined training program. The position is paid. ARDR 2297 - Independe...

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    356 Note(s): 45 lab hours Art History ARTH 1101 - Introduction to Art 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement score. Presents fundamental concepts of visual arts - the language of form and media of artistic expression. Possible museum exhibitio...

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    357 ARTH 2202 - History of Art II 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement score. Surveys Italian and Northern Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo and 19th century Western European painting, sculpture and architecture. Note(s): This course offered ...

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    358 Note(s): 30 theory hours 60 studio hours ARTS 1106 - Drawing I 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: IRW 0970 or appropriate placement score. Provides direct experience in exploring basic drawing concepts. Introduces the fundamentals of drawing, including language o...

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    359 ARTS 1125 - Art Practices I 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement score. This is an interdisciplinary course, exploring the processes, ideas and diverse media of visual arts. The course addresses the thematic concepts that are cen...

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    360 ARTS 1135 - Introduction to Digital Photography 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement score. Intended to introduce students to basic concepts of digital photography as a fine art medium, and the computer as a darkroom. Course will...

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    361 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: ARTS 1106. Pre- or corequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement score. Continues descriptive and perceptual drawing skills building of Drawing I, with an emphasis on human anatomical structures and historic concepts related to the...

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    362 Explores the tradition of paint as a medium for artistic expression. Focuses on materials/media, tools, techniques, history and concepts of painting. Note(s): 30 theory hours 60 studio hours ARTS 2208 - Jewelry/Small Metals I 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: ARTS 1...

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    363 60 studio hours Typically offered Summer Term only. ARTS 2212 - Advanced Portfolio Development 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Any ARTS 2000 level course. Advanced Portfolio Development is a studio course providing direct experience in the development of a conn...

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    364 ARTS 2217 - Painting II 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: ARTS 2207 + IRW 0980 or appropriate placement score. Continues course of study begun in ARTS 2207. Emphasizes more accomplished technical skills and more sophisticated conceptual understanding of content and for...

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    365 ARTS 2268 - Ceramics II 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: ARTS 1168. Study of ceramics materials and aesthetics for students seeking an AA Degree in Studio Art. This course will follow ARTS 1168 - Ceramics I. Note(s): 30 theory hours 60 studio hours Offered at Westsid...

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    366 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0980 + MATH 0980 or appropriate placement score. Recommended: ASTR 1192.* This course introduces stellar and galactic astronomy. The life cycles of stars are investigated including how stars are formed, evolve over time, a...

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    367 4 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0970 + MATH 0970 or appropriate placement score. Introduces essential shop skills including safety, tool identification and use, under-car and under-hood servicing, repair information retrieval and proper use and care of e...

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    368 interpretation and electrical troubleshooting procedures. Note(s): 30 theory hours 90 lab hours AUTC 1210 - Manual Transmissions 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: AUTC 1110 or AUTC 1140 or department approval. Introduces fundamentals of design and operation in ...

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    369 30 theory hours 90 lab hours AUTC 1240 - Automotive Electronics 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: AUTC 1110 + AUTC 1140 or department approval. Builds on skills developed in AUTC 1140 - Automotive Electrical. Covers testing and diagnostic procedures in more complex auto...

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    370 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: AUTC 1240 or department approval. Provides the information for basic test and repairs on computer controlled automotive drive trains. It includes engine condition diagnosis, the diagnostic process, service bulletins, scan tool da...

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    371 AUTC 2250 - Transportation Alternative Fuels 2 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0970 + MATH 0970. Presents the history, present practices, political issues, and future of alternative fuels for the transportation industry. Includes discussions and hands-on demonstr...

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    372 theory of flight. Provides basic understanding of drawings and drawing symbols and schematic diagrams. Performs aircraft ground operations and fuel servicing techniques. AVMT 1015 - Materials & Processes 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: AVMT 1005 ...

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    373 AVMT 1110 - A/C Materials & Finishes 4 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: AVMT 1005 + AVMT 1010 + AVMT 1015 + AVMT 1020 + AVMT 1025. The student is introduced to aircraft terminology, nomenclature, wood structures, fabric coverings, aircraft finishes, a...

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    374 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: AVMT 1005 + AVMT 1010 + AVMT 1015 + AVMT 1020 + AVMT 1025. The student is introduced to aircraft terminology, nomenclature, airframe environmental systems such as cabin atmosphere, ice and rain control, and fire protection ...

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    375 Presents mathematical computations of fundamental electrical circuit parameters. Includes basic definitions, law and concepts. Includes schematic, wiring and parts placement diagrams. Test and troubleshoot electrical and electronic components and circuits. Note(s...

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    376 4 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: AVMT 1240 + AVMT 1261 + AVMT 1271 or departmental approval. Pre- or corequisite: AVMT 2220 + AVMT 2225 or department approval. Recommended: IRW 0980 + MATH 0980 or appropriate placement score. Provides basic concepts of mo...

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    377 Introduction to aircraft terminology, nomenclature, and provides an overview of basic turbine engine design and operation. Presents information on inspection, checking, servicing, and repair of turbine engines and engine installations. AVMT 1325 - Powerplant...

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    378 4 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: AVMT 1305 + AVMT 1310 + AVMT 1315 + AVMT 1320 + AVMT 1325 + AVMT 1330 + AVMT 1335 + AVMT 1340. Introduction to aircraft terminology, nomenclature, and provides an overview of engine inspection processes and procedures. ...

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    379 AVMT 2236 - Landing Gear Systems 4 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: AVMT 1240 + AVMT 1261 + AVMT 1271 + AVMT 1280 or department approval. Presents identification, inspection, repair and troubleshooting techniques of aircraft landing gear hydraulic, fuel, pneumatic ...

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    380 Presents aircraft assembly and rigging, flight control balancing and rigging. Aircraft welding techniques, theory and materials identification. Also includes airframe inspection. Note(s): 60 theory hours 74 lab hours AVMT 2250 - Reciprocating Engines 4 cre...

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    381 components, fuel metering devices, injection systems, turbochargers and superchargers. Induction system principles of operation and design. Note(s): Previously AVMT 266 Program Fee: $100 AVMT 2270 - Engine Electrical Systems 4 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: AVMT...

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    382 Note(s): 60 theory hours 45 lab hours AVMT 2292 - Airframe Inspect 6 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: AVMT 1240 + AVMT 1260 + AVMT 1270 + AVMT 1280 + AVMT 2220 + AVMT 2225 + AVMT 2230 + AVMT 2240. Corequisite: AVMT 2243 + AVMT 2245 or department approval. Presents aircr...

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    383 1 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0970 or appropriate placement score. Introduces students to the principles of providing basic patient care including communication, patient safety and infection control with practice in gloving, gowning and sterile procedures. Pro...

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    384 BIO 1096-1996 - Special Topics 1-6 credit hour(s) Presents various topics. Note(s): All courses ending in 96 are special topics. (See Schedule of Classes.) BIO 1110 - Environmental Science 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement score. Recom...

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    385 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement score. Recommended: BIO 1392.* Examines the structure (anatomy) and function (physiology) of the human body. Investigates molecular, cellular, tissue and organ levels and study of organ systems. Cours...

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    386 Students not meeting the IRW 0980 prerequisite may elect to take CSE 1101 as a Pre- or Corequisite to this course. BIO 1492 - Biology for Health Sciences Laboratory 1 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0980 + MATH 0970 or appropriate placement sco...

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    387 Builds upon concepts presented in BIO 1510/1592 to explore a wide range of materials related to genetics. Mitosis, meiosis, Mendelian genetics, chromosomal inheritance, molecular inheritance, replication, transcription and translation, genetics of viruses...

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    388 Pre- or corequisite: BIO 2110. Investigates a variety of techniques designed to facilitate the growth, identification and control of microorganisms. Note(s): 45 lab hours BIO 2210 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: (BIO 1410 + BIO 14...

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    389 BIO 2392 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II Lab 1 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: BIO 2292. Pre- or corequisite: BIO 2310. Provides lab exercises in anatomy and physiology, which complement topics covered in BIO 2310, including specimen dissection and study ...

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    390 environment, chemical signaling, reproduction and development, nervous systems, sensory and motor mechanisms. Note(s): 45 theory hours BIO 2592 - Plant & Animal Form and Function Laboratory 1 credit hour(s) Corequisite: BIO 2510. Laboratory exercises and recita...

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    391 BIOT 1020 - Biotechnology I 4 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: BIO 1510 + BIO 1592 + CHEM 1710 + CHEM 1792. Pre- or corequisite: BIO 1610 + BIO 1692 + CHEM 1810 + CHEM 1892. Provides theory and experience in laboratory safety and measurement, solution making, bacterial t...

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    392 Current issues and topics related to biotechnology will be explored. Note(s): 15 theory hours 90 lab hours Brewing BEV 1100 - Beer Production and Styles 1 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0980 + MATH 0970 or appropriate placement score. Introduces origins,...

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    393 BEV 1140 - Beer Production II 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: BEV 1130. Provides theory and hands-on application of cellar operations, packaging, storage, stock rotation. Quality assurance and safety procedures are stressed at every step. Introduces gove...

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    394 integrating a beverage program in a variety of foodservice and hospitality operations. Note(s): To enroll in this course, students must be at least 21 years of age or older at the start of the term. Business Administration BA 1096-1996 - Special Topics 1-3 cred...

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    395 include electronic payments, Web business models (auction, broker, advertising, catalog, etc.) security, privacy, order processing and store operations. * Students need basic computer skills to be successful in this course. BA 1121 - Business English 3 credit hou...

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    396 1 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0970 or appropriate placement score. Focuses on recognizing and understanding applications for quality tools, developing skill and confidence in using quality tools, selecting and integrating quality tools to improve a speci...

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    397 BA 2100 - Basics of Global Business 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement score. Recommended: BA 1101.* Introduces international business and the globalization of the economy. The students are introduced to objectives, opportunities and ch...

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    398 BA 2154 - Re-Engineering for Quality 1 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0970 or appropriate placement score. Focuses on competitive market forces that are compelling organizations to radically redesign their business, recognizing primary obstacles to reengineering...

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    399 Focuses on how to plan, create and market a website. Internet marketing topics such as registering with search engines, increasing traffic, segmenting and targeting markets, establishing an online presence, developing a marketing plan and reshaping busines...

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    400 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: ENG 1101 or BA 1121. Pre- or corequisite: BA 2133 or HT 1101. Covers the fundamentals of human behavior within business organizations, organizational relationships and communication processes that affect motivation and human beh...

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    401 3 credit hour(s) Recommended: BA 2270. Covers the real estate market, real property ownership and interest, deeds and descriptions, property transfer, contracts, finance and appraising. Course has been certified to earn 30 hours of credit toward the New Mexico R...

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    402 Recommended: BA 1101.* Focuses on the identification, analysis and practical resolution of ethical issues that managers and business leaders face in the workplace with particular emphasis on the role of business managers and leaders in establishing and maintaining th...

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    403 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: CARP 1005. Introduces students to the construction trade and explains floor framing systems, wall, ceiling, stair, and roof framing and the installation of exterior doors and windows. CARP 1305 - Furniture Making 3 credit ...

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    404 3 credit hour(s) Focuses on reading and interpreting blueprints with emphasis on terminology, symbols, notations, scaling, dimensioning and drawing techniques. Reviews construction methods, materials, calculations for material take-off and estimates. ...

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    405 Note(s): 90 lab hours CARP 2005 - Carpentry Blueprint Reading II 4 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: CARP 1005 or department approval. Introduces blueprint applications for residential homes, multiple family dwellings and commercial buildings, along with material...

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    406 CARP 2230 - Concrete Forming and Rigging 2 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: CARP 2030 + CARP 2005. Introduces common materials and methods used for forming and placing concrete including rigging and lifting techniques used in a commercial setting. Note(s...

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    407 1 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement score. Recommended: CHEM 1010* + MATH 0970.** This course will introduce non-science majors to the basic chemistry required to understand a variety of scientific topics currently in the new...

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    408 CHEM 1492 - Introduction to Chemistry Laboratory 1 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0980 + MATH 0970 or appropriate placement score. Pre- or corequisite: CHEM 1410. Introduces experiments complementing CHEM 1410. Note(s): 45 lab hours Students not meeting th...

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    409 CHEM 1810 - General Chemistry II 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: CHEM 1710 within the past 3 years + CHEM 1792 within the past 3 years + MATH 1315. Recommended: CHEM 1892.* Emphasizes acids and bases, equilibrium, kinetics, thermodynamics, solubility, electro- a...

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    410 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: CHEM 1810 + CHEM 1892. Recommended: CHEM 2792.* Introduces study of modern organic chemistry including bonding theory, structure and reactivity, physical properties and the reactions of organic compounds. Systematic examination of ...

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    411 45 lab hours Chicano Studies CHMS 1150 - Introduction to Chicano Studies 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: IRW 0970 or appropriate placement score. Investigates present-day perspectives and historical and social conditions that have shaped and affected the l...

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    412 CDV 1107 - Art and Play 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: IRW 0970 or appropriate placement score. Focuses on the importance of play and art in the development of children. Introduces basic analysis techniques. CDV 1890 - Family Studies Practicum I 2 credit ho...

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    413 CDV 2212 - Special Issues in Child and Family Development 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Department approval. An exit seminar that presents a balance of research findings, theory and application. Focuses on critical contemporary issues in the field. CDV 2218 - St...

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    414 CSE 2096-2996 - Special Topics 1-3 credit hour(s) Presents various topics. Note(s): All courses ending in 96 are special topics. (See Schedule of Classes.) Commercial Carpentry Apprenticeship CCAP 1115 - Commercial Carpentry Apprenticeship 5-7 credit hour(s) P...

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    415 Provides 75-105 hours of related classroom instruction covering orientation, safety, shop and trade math, commercial carpentry process for shop tools and equipment, supplies and materials, building systems, blueprint reading, concrete, specifications and code inte...

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    416 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: IRW 0980 or CSE 1101 or appropriate placement score. Focuses on principles and concepts of different studies of human communication. Introduces the concepts and principles of mass media, public speaking, interpersonal, small g...

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    417 COMM 2221 - Interpersonal Communication Studies 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: ENG 1101 or appropriate placement score. Provides overview of perception, emotions, nonverbal communication, language, listening, defensiveness and relational conflict. Emphasizes developing comm...

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    418 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement score. Recommended: ENG 1101.* Emphasizes developing, organizing and supporting ideas in interpersonal business encounters, groups, teams, meetings, interviews and platform presentations. * This course...

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    419 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement score. Recommended: ENG 1101.* Introduces systems approach to class room communication at any level, providing a means to analyze, develop and facilitate effective communication. * This course require...

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    420 Examines family systems theory, communication patterns, rules, roles, themes, power, intimacy ethnicity and conflict in families. * This course requires writing critical essays utilizing multiple source materials. Note(s): Typically offered online COMM 2289 - Liste...

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    421 CRP 2265 - Sustainable Community Planning Methods 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: CRP 1165. An overview of sustainability covering topics such as the origins of sustainability, tools for sustainability planning, global dimensions of sustainability (including differ...

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    422 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: CDHC 1010 + CDHC 1020 + CDHC 1035. Patient care and temporization of cavities. Includes procedures for use of temporary/interim restorative materials for single and multiple surface cavities. Note(s): 30 theory hours ...

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    423 This course provides an interdisciplinary introduction to Community Health Work. It provides students with the opportunity to learn the theory and skills to function as a community health worker. This course introduces the CHW student to the profession of commu...

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    424 1 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: CEMS 1070 Provides the student with the opportunity to practice concepts learned and skills in the clinical setting. Pediatric, adult, geriatric, mental health, substance abuse, immunizations, and oral health skills...

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    425 CEMS 2110 - Personal Care, Safety and Boundaries 1 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: CEMS 2050. Caring for oneself is a priority when caring for others. The Community Paramedic is able to do this through developing a personal health and wellness plan tha...

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    426 Computer Assisted Drafting CAD 1001 - Basics of CAD 1 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: IT 1010. Introduces the fundamentals of computer aided drafting. CAD 1003 - CAD for Landscaping 1 credit hour(s) Recommended: IT 1010 + CAD 1001.* Introduces the application o...

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    427 Note(s): 45theory hours 15 lab hours Course taught in a computer lab CIS 1145 - Microsoft PowerPoint 2 credit hour(s) Recommended: IT 1010.* Provides hands-on experience in graphics presentation software, which emphasizes charting, drawing, organizing and displaying...

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    428 Note(s): 45 theory hours 15 lab hours Course taught in a computer lab CIS 1183 - Access Complete 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IT 1010. Covers Access software from creating basic databases, macros and advanced design tools in databases. Note(s): 45 theory ho...

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    429 45 theory hours 15 lab hours Course taught in a computer lab CIS 1280 - .Net I/C# 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: CIS 1275. Provides an accelerated introduction to the .NET Framework and the C# development environment within a C# context. Course scope includes review...

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    430 selections, work with layers, color correction, retouching techniques, masking, use channels, use paths, typography, compositing, and painting. Students learn output techniques for both screen and print. Note(s): 45 theory hours 15 lab hours Course taught in a com...

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    431 Note(s): This course is in a teach-out cycle. Students will need to take CIS 1415. CIS 1425 - Network Topologies/Cisco Academy Semester 1 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: CIS 1410. Introduces building networks and running a network operating system. Uses ...

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    432 Note(s): 45 theory hours 15 lab hours Course taught in a computer lab CIS 1680 - Linux Essentials 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IT 1010. Introduces the LINUX operating system, with emphasis on the basic commands of the environment. Students will learn the LINUX file s...

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    433 server-side scripting languages as well as basic database processing techniques and web frameworks. Note(s): 45 theory hours 15 lab hours Course taught in a computer lab CIS 1730 - JavaScript Web Programming 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: CIS 1275. T...

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    434 as FC-SAN, IP-SAN, NAS, Object-based and unified storage; business continuity solutions such as backup, replication, and archive; the increasingly critical area of information security; and the emerging field of cloud computing. Note(s): 45 theory hours 15 l...

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    435 Note(s): All courses ending in 97 are independent study courses CIS 2098 - Internship 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Department approval. Provides students the opportunity to work a minimum of 135 hours at business or training-related supervised work stations. St...

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    436 CIS 2270 - Principles of Graphics Programming 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: CIS 2275. The course covers fundamentals of 3D graphic programming using the C/C++ language. Topics include orthographic and perspective rendering, clipping, window viewport, drawing primi...

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    437 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: CIS 1280. Course focuses on development of ASP.net web applications using Microsoft's Visual Studio Integrated Developer Environment. Students will learn to use Microsoft's .NET framework to build web applications that use a variety o...

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    438 CIS 2340 - Dreamweaver 2 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: CIS 1330. Explores concepts such as building websites using rollovers, tables and style sheets. Note(s): 30 theory hours 20 lab hours Course taught in a computer lab CIS 2341 - Web Presence 2 credit hou...

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    439 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: CIS 1330. Explores concepts such as vector-based artwork for print, presentation and the Web using draw tools to produce templates, patterns and logos for a wide variety of business publications ranging from business cards to banner...

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    440 color correction, painting tools, vector integration, video, 3D, special effects, and compositing techniques. Focuses on the core image-editing tools of Photoshop that can be universally applied to photography, print, film or the web. The material is covered in ...

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    441 Note(s): 45 theory hours 15 lab hours Course taught in a computer lab CIS 2427 - Troubleshooting Networks 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: CIS 2425. Allows students to run a wide variety of applications over a network and apply troubleshooting technique...

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    442 Note(s): This course also prepares students for the 1st Oracle Associate Certification Test. 45 theory hours 15 lab hours Course taught in a computer lab CIS 2521 - Database Programming with PL/SQL 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: CIS 2520. Introduces Oracle's PL/SQL pr...

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    443 Introduces the PeopleSoft application development methodology. This course provides a general description of PeopleSoft system architecture and the tool set used to develop new or customize existing PeopleSoft applications. Students receive hands-on experience with t...

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    444 Course taught in a computer lab CIS 2630 - Administering Windows Server 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: CIS 2620. Focuses on how to configure Windows Server for a variety of network roles. Subjects covered include application server, file server, Internet Infor...

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    445 This course may assist in preparation for Microsoft certification. Server version being taught is subject to change. 45 theory hours 15 lab hours Course taught in a computer lab CIS 2670 - Computer Security+ 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: CIS 1415 or department...

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    446 45 theory hours 15 lab hours Course is taught in a computer lab CIS 2761 - Web Widgets 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: CIS 1730. Study web widget public application programming interfaces to use content from third-party websites and to share content with third pa...

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    447 CIS 2810 - Cloud Infrastructure I 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: CIS 1810. This hands-on course explores installation, configuration, and management of fundamental cloud infrastructure components, including virtual server hypervisor, and a centralized virtual se...

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    448 Presents students a structured approach to computer forensics and evidence analysis. Students will acquire the necessary hands-on experience on various forensic investigation techniques and standard forensic tools necessary to successfully carry out a compu...

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    449 solving skills. Explores the relationship between programming and problem solving using programming languages. CSCI 1152 - Introduction to Programming for Computer Science Majors 4 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: MATH 1415 or higher. Introduction to computer prog...

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    450 4 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: CSCI 1151 or CSCI 1152 or CSCI 1153. Introduces the methods underlying modern program development. Specific topics will include object oriented design and the development of graphical user interfaces. Programming assignment...

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    451 30 theory hours 45 lab hours CM 1210 - Mechanical Electrical Systems and Construction 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0980 + MATH 0980 or appropriate placement score or department approval. Introduces materials and equipment associated with the mechanical ...

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    452 15 theory hours 90 lab hours CM 2096-2996 - Special Topics 1-7 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Department approval. Presents various topics. Note(s): All courses ending in 96 are special topics. (See Schedule of Classes.) CM 2105 - Construction Scheduling 3 credit...

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    453 CM 2205 - Construction Layout and Land Surveying 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: MATH 1310 or higher or GIS 1002 or Department Approval. Introduces basic surveying techniques including the use of automatic levels, total stations, data collectors, and su...

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    454 Note(s): 15 theory hours 90 lab hours CM 2995 - Cooperative Education 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Department approval. Provides opportunities for the student to be employed at an approved course-related work site and applies learned theory based on goals an...

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    455 (Humanities/Fine Arts or Social/Behavioral Science). Corequisite: COS 1020 + COS 1030. Introduces cosmetology. Presents theory in the area of professional image, first aid, work ethic, anatomy, physiology and Salon Success. COS 1020 - Cosmetology Fundamentals I 6 ...

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    456 COS 1092 - Hair Service Lab II 6 credit hour(s) Corequisite: COS 1080 + COS 1193. Continues basic application of shampoo, rinses, scalp treatment, chemical rearranging, perm, relaxer, haircutting, coloring and styling in a supervised lab. Note(s): 270 lab hours C...

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    457 COS 2080 - Salon Theory II 1 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: COS 1080 + COS 1092 + COS 1193. Corequisite: COS 2093 + COS 2492. Presents concentration of theory in the areas of first aid, anatomy, physiology, chemistry, electro and light therapy, sterilization, sa...

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    458 COS 2510 - Advanced Salon Theory 2 credit hour(s) Corequisite: COS 2505 + COS 2511 + COS 2592 + COS 2692. Presents advanced theory applied to sterilization, sanitation, bacteriology, shampoo. rinses, scalp treatments, chemical rearranging, perms relaxers, ha...

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    459 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0980 + MATH 0970 or appropriate placement score. Introduces the structural framework for the criminal justice system in the United States. The function, role and practices of the police, the courts and corrections will be expl...

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    460 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0980 + MATH 0970 or appropriate placement score. Covers the development of security services, relationships to the legal process, career roles and operational processes in security operations. This course also helps ...

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    461 Presents the criminal elements of white collar crimes and the techniques and methods to investigate these specific crimes to include computer crimes. CJ 2008 - Organized Crime and Terrorism 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: CJ 1002 + CJ 1007. Covers the histo...

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    462 CJ 2511 - Correctional Services 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: CJ 1002 + CJ 1007. Covers the duties and authorities of correctional officers, admission procedures, cell searches, lockdown, penal terminology, key control measures and operations, as well as cour...

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    463 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: CJ 1002 + CJ 1007 + CJ 1518. Presents basic criminal investigation from the preliminary investigation to final preparation and presentation in court. CJ 2516 - Transportation and Border Security 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite:...

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    464 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Department approval. Employs the student at an approved program-related work site and applies learned theory based on goals and objectives. Note(s): 135 lab hours CJ 2697 - Independent Study 0 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Department a...

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    465 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: IRW 0970 or appropriate placement score. Explores cultural constructions of differences, including but not limited to gender, race, ethnicity, social class and sexual orientation in contemporary U.S. society. CST 1182 - Enviro...

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    466 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: CULN 1003 or CULN 1103. Provides entry level cooking and baking techniques required for basic food operations. Basic culinary math, cooking techniques and knife skills are introduced. Safety, sanitation and kitchen operation...

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    467 management to all kitchen operations. Note(s): 15 theory hours 135 lab hours CULN 1112 - Intermediate Culinary Skills 5 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: (CULN 1100 + CULN 1110 + IT 1010) + (CULN 1003 or CULN 1103). Introduces students to intermediate level culinary s...

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    468 30 theory hours 135 lab hours CULN 2020 - Entrepreneurial Food Operations 2 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: CULN 1010 or CULN 1110. Pre- or corequisite: CULN 2292 or CULN 2492 or CULN 2692. Introduces students to management topics required for entrepreneurial fo...

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    469 CULN 2098 - Internship 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Department approval. Provides students the opportunity to work a minimum of 135 hours in a new job experience in a culinary environment. Students are not paid for their work but are supervised jointly b...

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    470 CULN 2216 - Advanced Food and Beverage Service 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: CULN 1112 + [HT 1164 or (BEV 1160 + HT 1111)]. Corequisite: CULN 2214. Provides students with advanced instruction and practice relating to food and beverage service and front­o...

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    471 CULN 2298 - Internship 2 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Department approval. Provides students the opportunity to work a minimum of 90 hours in a new job experience in a culinary environment. Students are not paid for their work but are supervised jointly by CNM ...

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    472 Student will gain perspective of Africa through discussion of how movement and music are used in its culture and how this may be compared to their own. DANC 1169 - Flamenco Dance I 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement score. Introd...

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    473 3 credit hour(s) Corequisite: DA 1101 + DA 1107 + DA 1119 + DA 1192 + DA 1193 + DA 1292. Presents dental terminology as it relates to tooth morphology, oral embryology, oral pathology and oral anatomy and histology, universal charting, numbering systems,...

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    474 This course provides the application of hands on instruction in radiation protection for the operator and patient, infection control, image characteristics, dental film exposure, processing and mounting, operation and care of digital x-ray equipment. DA 1292 ...

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    475 DA 1590 - Clinical Experience I 6 credit hour(s) Corequisite: DA 1512 + DA 1517 + DA 1519 + DA 1592 + DA 1593. Introduces clinical practice through student preceptorships utilizing four-handed dentistry at chair-side including extended function in general dent...

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    476 5 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: DA 1512 + DA 1517 + DA 1519 + DA 1590 + DA 1592 + DA 1593. Corequisite: DA 2408 +DA 2492 + DA 2513 + DA 2593. Provides student clinical practice in dental offices to utilize four-handed techniques in expanded functions and denta...

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    477 DA 2510 - DANB Preparation 2 credit hour(s) Corequisite: DA 2090 + DA 2408 + DA 2492 + DA 2513 + DA 2593. This course is designed to help students review for their DANB CDA Examination and is intended for students who are nearing the completion of a Dental Assist...

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    478 2 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: BIO 2210 + BIO 2310 + ENG 1101 + HLTH 1040 + Human Relations Requirement + IT 1010 + MATH 1315 + PHYS 1510 + department approval. Corequisite: DMS 1120 + DMS 1125 + DMS 1130 + DMS 1193. A study of sectional anatomy of the tran...

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    479 DMS 1520 - Sonography of the Breast, Superficial and Retroperitoneal Structures 2 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: DMS 1115 + DMS 1120 + DMS 1125 + DMS 1130 + DMS 1193. Corequisite: DMS 1525 + DMS 1530 + DMS 1590 + DMS 1593. Emphasis is placed on recognizing the anato...

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    480 1 credit hour(s) Corequisite: DMS 1520 + DMS 1525 + DMS 1530 + DMS 1590. Intermediate general and vascular sonographic concepts and anatomy lab. Laboratory sessions will build upon student's clinical experience of scanning techniques, sonographic anatomy and ima...

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    481 1 credit hour(s) Corequisite: DMS 2020 + DMS 2030 + DMS 2090. Advanced general and vascular sonographic concepts and anatomy lab. Laboratory sessions will build upon student's clinical experience of scanning techniques, sonographic anatomy and imaging protocols...

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    482 DMS 2490 - Vascular Clinical 1 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: DMS 2110 + DMS 2193 + DMS 2290. Corequisite: DMS 2690 + DMS 2999. Supervised clinical experience in area hospitals and health care facilities to develop the student's vascular ultrasonic skills in a diagno...

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    483 DETC 1111 - Introduction to Diesel Equipment Theory 2 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0970 + MATH 0970 or appropriate placement score. Corequisite: DETC 1192. Introduces theory of operation for heavy equipment/heavy duty truck powertrain and chassis systems...

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    484 DETC 1131 - M/HD Suspension and Steering Theory 2 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: DETC 1111 + DETC 1141 + DETC 1192 + DETC 1492 Corequisite: DETC 1392 Presents theory of operation on a variety of medium/heavy duty suspension and steering systems. Includes man...

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    485 Note(s): 30 theory hours 90 lab hours DETC 1151 - Fixed Power Systems Theory 1 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: DETC 1141 + DETC 1492 Corequisite: DETC 1592 Presents the theory of operation and unique safety concerns relating to fixed power installations th...

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    486 90 lab hours DETC 1211 - M/HD Engine Repair Theory 2 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: DETC 1111 + DETC 1192 Corequisite: DETC 1193 Presents internal combustion engine theory with emphasis on engine components and designs, engine overhaul procedures and precision me...

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    487 2 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: DETC 1150 or department approval. Covers testing, evacuating and charging air conditioning systems while maintaining an awareness of potential environmental concerns caused by medium/heavy equipment refrigerants. Addresses cooli...

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    488 2 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: DETC 1111 + DETC 1192. Pre- or corequisite: DETC 1241 + DETC 1593. Seminar that explores the past, present and future environmental impacts associated with diesel engines as a source of power. Examines combustion c...

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    489 DETC 1492 - Diesel Equipment Electrical Systems Lab 2 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: DETC 1111 + DETC 1192. Corequisite: DETC 1141. Provides practical instruction and develops skills in the diagnosis and repair of diesel equipment electrical syste...

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    490 Note(s): All courses ending in 96 are special topics. (See Schedule of Classes.) DETC 2097 - Independent Study 1-7 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Department approval. Allows the student and instructor to define a specific problem in the area of the student's...

  • Page 491

    491 90 lab hours DETC 2121 - Diesel Engine Performance Theory 2 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: DETC 1241 + DETC 1593 Corequisite: DETC 2294 Presents theory of operation of diesel fuel injection and electronic engine management, and emissions control systems. DETC...

  • Page 492

    492 DETC 2198 - Diesel Equipment Internship 1 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: (DETC 2121 + DETC 2294) or department approval. Students will identify a diesel equipment repair facility, apply for an internship position, and complete a forty hour (one work ...

  • Page 493

    493 Provides practical instruction and develops skills in the maintenance, service, repair and overhaul of automated manual transmissions and manual and automated clutches. Early Childhood Multicultural Education ECME 1102 - Professionalism 2 credit hour(s) Prerequisit...

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    494 ECME 1190 - Curriculum Development through Play Practicum 2 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0970 or appropriate placement score. Pre- or corequisite: ECME 1104. Corequisite: ECME 1109. Provides opportunities for students to apply knowledge gained from ECME 1109 i...

  • Page 495

    495 parents in designing programs, the role of assessment in designing programs, the role of assessment in designing curricula and the role of language and culture in assessment. ECME 2206 - Family and Community Collaboration 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0980 ...

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    496 ECME 2222 - Effective Program Development for Diverse Learners and their Families 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement score. Pre- or corequisite: ECME 1104. Corequisite: ECME 2490. Addresses the role of a director/administrator in the imp...

  • Page 497

    497 ECME 2234 - Effective Principles and Practices in Infant Family Studies 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement score. This course is intended to assist students in developing strong nurturing relationships with infants/toddlers in partner...

  • Page 498

    498 required to complete a practicum of 45 hours. Note(s): 15 theory hours 45 practicum hours ECME 2690 - Infant Toddler Growth and Development Practicum 2 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement score. Corequisite: ECME 2230. Provides application o...

  • Page 499

    499 EPS 1101 - Introduction to Geology 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement score. Recommended: EPS 1192.* In this physical geology course, students will learn about the materials (rocks and minerals) that make up Earth and the processes th...

  • Page 500

    500 Students not meeting the IRW 0980 prerequisite may elect to take CSE 1101 as a Pre- or Corequisite to this course. EPS 2201 - Earth History 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: EPS 1101 + EPS 1192. Recommended: EPS 2292.* This course reviews the geological and biological pr...

  • Page 501

    501 This laboratory course works in concert with EPS 2201 to review the geological and biological processes that have operated on Earth for the last 4.6 billion years. Through lab exercises, students will explore key concepts of geologic time and stratigraphy, gain...

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    502 Emphasizes laws of demand and supply and the workings of price systems in a free market. Applies basic economic theories to problems of production, monopoly, taxation, consumer welfare and the environment. ECON 2203 - Society and the Environment 3 credit hour(s) Pre-...

  • Page 503

    503 1-5 credit hour(s) Presents various topics. Note(s): All courses ending in 96 are special topics. (See Schedule of Classes.) EDUC 2097 - Independent Study 1-5 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Department approval. Studies a specific problem while working with assigne...

  • Page 504

    504 Serves either as an introduction in the area of human development ages birth to 19, or as a resource for students requiring a basic orientation with a practical emphasis. EDUC 2205 - Introduction to Classroom Management Grades 6-12 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IR...

  • Page 505

    505 EDUC 2226 - Instructional Methods and Strategies for the Bilingual Classroom 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: EDUC 2225. Develops knowledge of and use of theories, approaches, methods, and strategies for teaching literacy, biliteracy and other academic skills in ...

  • Page 506

    506 Course competencies are built upon national, state, and professional standards and include understandings the need to develop and refine beliefs, goals, and strategies for effective teaching practice, the value of diversity in education, and the ethics of profession...

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    507 Recommended: IT 1010.* Applies constructivist learning theory to educational technology. Examines the impact of technology on the changing role of the teacher. * Appropriate for students with intermediate to advanced levels of computer literacy. EDUC 2272 - T...

  • Page 508

    508 Applies the curricular and assessment principles and tools learned in EDUC 2285 Curriculum Development Assessment and Evaluation I to lesson planning for the day-to-day and week-to-week classroom. Course competencies are built upon national and state standards a...

  • Page 509

    509 Note(s): 15 theory hours 90 lab hours Previously ELTR 1092 ELTR 1030 - AC Circuitry, Motors, Generators 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0970 or appropriate placement score. Pre- or corequisite: ELTR 1005 + ELTR 1015 or department approval. Corequisite: ELTR ...

  • Page 510

    510 4 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: ELTR 1005 + ELTR 1015 + ELTR 1020 or department approval. Provides instruction in reading and interpreting blueprints and specifications. Emphasizes terminology, symbols, notations, scaling, dimensioning and basic bluepri...

  • Page 511

    511 Introduces commercial/industrial aspects of electrical safety, tools, materials, power distribution systems, services, hazardous locations and blueprint reading in accordance with the National Electrical Code. ELTR 2015 - Electrical Motor Control Theory 4 credit ...

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    512 ELTR 2096-2996 - Special Topics 1-7 credit hour(s) Presents various topics. Note(s): All courses ending in 96 are special topics. (See Schedule of Classes.) ELTR 2205 - Industrial Electrical Circuitry Safety 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: ELTR 2015 + ELTR 2020 ...

  • Page 513

    513 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: ELTR 2210 + ELTR 2020 or department approval. Corequisite: ELTR 2220 or department approval. Covers intricate industrial wiring, motor controls and motor troubleshooting, programmable controller timer, counter and sequen...

  • Page 514

    514 fault/surge protection, system sizing, NEC considerations, commissioning and production analysis, maintenance and troubleshooting are covered in this course. Note(s): 30 theory hours 90 lab hours ELTR 2692 - PV Installation Lab 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisit...

  • Page 515

    515 5-7 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Current full-time employment in the electrical trades industry or department approval. Provides 75-105 hours of related classroom instruction covering safety, electrical theory, blueprint reading and layout, National El...

  • Page 516

    516 Provides 75-105 hours of related classroom instruction covering safety, electrical theory, blueprint reading and layout, National Electrical Code interpretation, tool usage and motor control. ETAP 1315 - Electrical Trades Apprenticeship 5-7 credit hour(s) ...

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    517 ETAP 1435 - Electrical Trades Apprenticeship 5-7 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Current full-time employment in the electrical trades industry or department approval required. Provides 75-105 hours of related classroom instruction covering safety, electrica...

  • Page 518

    518 EHR 1090 - Electronic Health Record Practicum 2 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: EHR 1010. Pre- or corequisite: CIS 1610 + HIT 1070 + HIT 2040. Provides a clinical learning experience in a health care facility. Emphasis is on management of the electronic health record ...

  • Page 519

    519 Electronics ELEC 1002 - Survey of Advanced Technologies Career Pathways 1 credit hour(s) Overview of the Advanced/Emerging Technologies Industry: Sectors, Jobs, Technology and Trends. ELEC 1004 - DC and AC Circuits 4 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: ELEC 1092. Th...

  • Page 520

    520 Note(s): All courses ending in 96 are special topics. (See Schedule of Classes.) ELEC 1101 - Digital Circuits Concepts and Design 3 credit hour(s) Corequisite: ELEC 1192. Covers the fundamentals of Digital logic, and FPGAs. Building/troubleshooting digital electronic...

  • Page 521

    521 90 lab hours ELEC 1301 - Electromechanical Devices & Systems 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: ELEC 1202 + ELEC 1292. Corequisite: ELEC 1393. Presents theory and application of mechanical devices and their control circuits. Includes hydraulics, pneumatics, PLCs, AC...

  • Page 522

    522 4 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: ELEC 1202 + ELEC 1292. Focuses on programming an embedded system in a Windows environment. Programs written in Assembly Language are assembled to process instructions and data for controlling various I/O functions. Emphasis is given ...

  • Page 523

    523 Note(s): 30 theory hours 45 lab hours ELEC 2095 - Cooperative Education 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Department approval. Provides an opportunity for the student to work for one term on a cooperative basis in an appropriate training program. The position is pa...

  • Page 524

    524 Note(s): 15 theory hours 45 lab hours Elementary Education ELEM 1189 - The Paraprofessional in the Classroom 2 credit hour(s) Provides students with the practical and theoretical knowledge of the role of the educational paraprofessional. Emergency Medical Technicia...

  • Page 525

    525 EMS 1091 - EMS First Responder Lab 1 credit hour(s) Corequisite: EMS 1001. Students will be introduced to a variety of First Responder emergency skills and patient assessment strategies. Note(s): This course is NOT a pre- or corequisite for any other level of E...

  • Page 526

    526 1-6 credit hour(s) Presents various topics. Note(s): All courses ending in 96 are special topics. (See Schedule of Classes.) EMS 1190 - EMT Basic Clinical 1 credit hour(s) Corequisite: EMS 1053 + EMS 1093. Provides practice of basic skills in a clinical setti...

  • Page 527

    527 90 lab hours EMS 1715 - First Responder, EMT-B, and EMT-I Refresher 2 credit hour(s) This is a State of New Mexico approved course. It meets the refresher requirements for First Responder, EMT-Basic and EMT-Intermediate licensure renewal. Additionally, this c...

  • Page 528

    528 1 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: EMS 1493 or EMS 2293. Provides EMT-Intermediate and Paramedic students opportunity for additional learning and practice of advanced EMS skills and patient assessment strategies in the campus laboratory before going i...

  • Page 529

    529 Meets or exceeds the cognitive objectives of the National EMS Education Standards and incorporates the NM EMT-Paramedic Scope of Practice. EMS 2203 - Drug Calculations 1 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: BIO 1410 + (EMS 1190 or EMS 1890) + (ENG 1101 or ENG 1102...

  • Page 530

    530 EMS 2223 - Advanced Trauma Theory 3 credit hour(s) Corequisite: EMS 2203 + EMS 2207 + EMS 2213 + EMS 2217 + EMS 2291. Provides the level of classroom instruction needed to provide advanced care for trauma patients. Includes instruction on the theory of adv...

  • Page 531

    531 National EMS Education Standards, Basic Life Support (BLS), Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) and incorporates the NM EMT-Paramedic Scope of Practice. EMS 2307 - Respiratory Theory 2 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: EMS 2303 + EMS 2313 + EMS 2390 + EMS 23...

  • Page 532

    532 EMS 2490 - Prehospital Field Clinical I 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: EMS 2303 + EMS 2307 + EMS 2313 + EMS 2390 + EMS 2393. Prepares the paramedic student to be able to integrate pathophysiological principles and assessment findings to formulate a field...

  • Page 533

    533 EMS 2590 - Hospital Clinical II 1 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: EMS 2503 + EMS 2507 + EMS 2513 + EMS 2593 + EMS 2690. This course provides students with clinical time in local hospitals to administer medications, perform airway skills, performs venous ac...

  • Page 534

    534 Note(s): Meets the refresher requirements for EMS licensure renewal at the First Responder, EMT-Basic, EMT-Intermediate and Paramedic levels 15 theory hours 45 lab hours Engineering ENGR 1010 - Survey of Engineering Fields 1 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 098...

  • Page 535

    535 First and second laws of thermodynamics and their applications to engineering systems. Thermodynamic equilibrium, thermodynamic properties, availability and irreversibility. ENGR 2810 - Engineering Statics 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: PHYS 1710 + MATH 1715. Intr...

  • Page 536

    536 1-3 credit hour(s) Presents various topics. Note(s): All courses ending in 96 are special topics. See Schedule of Classes. ENG 1101 - College Writing 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement score. Emphasizes text-based essay composit...

  • Page 537

    537 ENG 2206 - Popular Literature: Detective Novel 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: ENG 1101 or appropriate placement score or department approval. Surveys detective fiction as a literary genre, examining its distinctive traits as they developed in Britain and Ame...

  • Page 538

    538 Surveys the films from Africa, Latin America, the Middle East and Southeast Asia. Addresses topics of post- colonialism and national identity as well as film history and aesthetics in emerging national cinemas. ENG 2219 - Technical Writing 3 credit hour(s) Pre...

  • Page 539

    539 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: ENG 1102. Emphasizes methods of literary analysis and critical writing applied to literary techniques, conventions and themes. ENG 2251 - Introduction to Dramatic Literature 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: ENG 1101 or appropriate ...

  • Page 540

    540 Note(s): Typically offered Fall term only. ENG 2285 - Survey of Later English Literature 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: ENG 1102. Surveys English literature from the late 18th century to the present. Note(s): Typically offered Spring term only. ENG 2287 - E...

  • Page 541

    541 ESL 0350 - Beginning ESL 0 credit hour(s) Develops English language skills with an emphasis on pronunciation practice, listening comprehension, conversation and basic grammar. ESL 0450 - Low Intermediate ESL 0 credit hour(s) Focuses on practice in communicat...

  • Page 542

    542 ESL 0650 - Low Advanced ESL 0 credit hour(s) Covers English conversation, writing, reading and evaluation of materials and study of advanced grammar in meaningful, communicative contexts. IBEC 0500 - I-BEST/ESL Early Childhood Multicultural Education 0 cred...

  • Page 543

    543 Recommended: ESL 0650.* Provides speakers of other languages the opportunity to develop listening and speaking skills in an academic setting. Students will practice note-taking skills, identify key points in a presentation or lecture, participate in academic d...

  • Page 544

    544 ESOL 0971 - Integrated Reading and Writing for Speakers of Other Languages I 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Appropriate placement score. Recommended: ESL 0350, ESOL 0450, ESOL 0551, ESOL 0651.* Introduces speakers of other languages to various work-...

  • Page 545

    545 in the context of a specific industry and/or for academic success. Students use industry or academic field-specific terminology to practice pronunciation, intonation and public speaking skills. Short lectures from native speakers in the specific industry or ...

  • Page 546

    546 This course for nonnative English speakers focuses on U.S. cultural norms, behaviors, and expectations as they relate to professional and interpersonal communication. Students develop their English language skills to communicate more effectively in multi-cultural...

  • Page 547

    547 30 theory hours 45 lab hours FILM 1004 - Shooting Your Story 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: FILM 1335 + FILM 1345. This three-credit online class covers basic filmmaking shot composition and story development for different movie genres. Using straightforward te...

  • Page 548

    548 4 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: FILM 1001 + FILM 1003 + FILM 1110. Students will receive both lecture and hands-on instruction focused on the production of film and electronic media projects in studio settings. Skill areas will include: lighting, sound,...

  • Page 549

    549 30 theory hours 45 lab hours FILM 1220 - Pre-Production 4 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: FILM 1210 + FILM 1230 + FILM 1240. Students will develop skills related to the pre-production process on film and other electronic media projects. Planning concepts inclu...

  • Page 550

    550 FILM 1292 - Camera work for Editors 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: FILM 1110. Students will perform as camera operators in order to understand the vision" that the project's creator had in mind. The experience enhances the Editor's decision making during post-p...

  • Page 551

    551 Note(s): 30 theory hours 45 lab hours FILM 1345 - Sound Recording and Design 2 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: FILM 1315 + FILM 1325 + FILM 1335 + FILM 1390. The course focuses on the technical and creative principles of electronic media and sound capture, post-...

  • Page 552

    552 production design. Students will learn the basics of props and models and the various functions of the art department in the motion picture industry. Note(s): 30 theory hours 45 lab hours FILM 2002 - Directing for the Camera 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: FILM...

  • Page 553

    553 Provides an opportunity for the student to work for one term on a cooperative basis in an appropriate training program. The position is paid. FILM 2096-2996 - Special Topics 1-12 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Department approval. Presents various topics. Note(s): A...

  • Page 554

    554 3 credit hour(s) Recommended: IRW 0980.* Introduces students to the basics of money management and financial skills necessary to meet real-world challenges. The course is interactive and will cover concepts and decision making through illustrations and real-life...

  • Page 555

    555 1-3 credit hour(s) Presents various topics. Note(s): All courses ending in 96 are special topics. (See Schedule of Classes.) FIN 2097 - Independent Study 1-6 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Department approval. Allows student and instructor to define specific ...

  • Page 556

    556 protection careers, employment requirements, fire service organizations, firefighting equipment and facilities and chemistry and behavior of fire. FS 1096-1996 - Special Topics 1-6 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Department approval. Presents various topics. Note(s...

  • Page 557

    557 FS 1592 - Wildland Firefighter Technical Skills Development 1 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0980 + MATH 0970 or appropriate placement score. Pre- or corequisite: FS 1504. This course is designed to develop, improve and enhance the technical skills needed to ...

  • Page 558

    558 knowledge in incident management, organization development, incident facilities and common responsibilities. I-300 will provide students with intermediate training in staffing, organization, resource management, air operations, and planning. In addition, student...

  • Page 559

    559 Note(s): 45 theory hours 90 lab hours FS 2095 - Cooperative Education 3 credit hour(s) Employs students at an approval program-related worksite and applies learned theory based upon goals/objectives of the Fire Science program. FS 2096-2996 - Special Topics 1-6 c...

  • Page 560

    560 2 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0980 + MATH 0970 or appropriate placement score. Pre- or corequisite: FS 2815. This course introduces common firing devices and general firing operations and techniques. The course provides students with important informatio...

  • Page 561

    561 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0980 + MATH 0970 or appropriate placement score. Explores the theories and fundamentals of how and why fires start, spread and how they are controlled. FS 2530 - Fire Officer 1 Prerequisite: Department approval. Th...

  • Page 562

    562 FS 2805 - Public Safety Response to Terrorism 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0980 + MATH 0970 or appropriate placement score. Provides instruction for first responders in fire service, emergency medicine, law enforcement and security and related fields ...

  • Page 563

    563 FS 2820 - Wildland Leadership 4 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0980 + MATH 0970 or appropriate placement score. Pre- or corequisite: FS 1504. This course will be taught as a Hybrid (Blackboard) course which will require students to complete weekly tasks on the...

  • Page 564

    564 LCES is an essential component of wildland firefighting and establishes the foundation for effective risk management. In addition, this course will also provide students with the skills necessary to develop their situational awareness, improve their hazard identifica...

  • Page 565

    565 Note(s): 30 theory hours 45 lab hours FITT 1090 - Fitness Technician Practicum 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Department approval. Provides students with a supervised internship instructing group fitness activity courses and an externship in personal training...

  • Page 566

    566 Presents various topics. Note(s): All courses ending in 96 are special topics. (See Schedule of Classes.) FITT 1097 - Independent Study 1-6 credit hour(s) Focuses on a specific problem while working with an instructor. FITT 1120 - Principles of Fitness and Welln...

  • Page 567

    567 2 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0980 + MATH 0970 or appropriate placement score. Offers theory, practical skills and experience in guiding groups to safely participate in exercise classes. Prepares students for national certification exams in various fiel...

  • Page 568

    568 FITT 1493 - Fit Ball Training 1 credit hour(s) Uses fit balls, exercise bands, medicine balls and hand weights to improve flexibility, coordination and extremity and core strength. Note(s): 45 lab hours FITT 1572 - Fitness Assessment and Exercise Prescription ...

  • Page 569

    569 FITT 1593 - Hatha Yoga I 1 credit hour(s) Introduces various techniques of fitness Yoga. Students are responsible for purchasing their own mats. Note(s): 45 lab hours FITT 1693 - Core Fitness I 1 credit hour(s) Teaches core strength and stabilization as well...

  • Page 570

    570 1 credit hour(s) Focuses on individualized, goal-oriented exercise programs for individuals 50 years of age and older based on assessment of muscular and cardiovascular fitness. Use machines, free weights and stretching activities to improve strength, endurance...

  • Page 571

    571 1 credit hour(s) Introduces cardio-respiratory fitness, flexibility and body composition for individuals who have never participated in a running program. Note(s): 45 Lab Hours FITT 2020 - Fundamentals of Yoga Instruction 2 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: FITT 1593....

  • Page 572

    572 1-6 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Department approval. Presents various topics. Note(s): All courses ending in 96 are special topics. (See Schedule of Classes.) FITT 2210 - Group Exercise Leadership II 2 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: FITT 1210 Group Exercise instr...

  • Page 573

    573 FITT 2392 - Pilates-Style Mat Training 1 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: FITT 1693. Continuation of FITT 1693 - Core Fitness I. Students are responsible for purchasing their own mat. Note(s): 45 lab hours FITT 2410 - Practical Application of Personal Training Sk...

  • Page 574

    574 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: FITT 1572. Examines the multifactorial aspects of obesity, maintenance of health weight and the relationship of weight status and chronic disease prevention. The importance of regular physical activity, health nutrition and hea...

  • Page 575

    575 FREN 2201 - Intermediate French 4 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: FREN 1102 or department approval. Emphasizes enhancement of skills from FREN 1102 and further knowledge of the language and culture of France. FREN 2202 - Intermediate French II 4 credit hour(s) Prer...

  • Page 576

    576 GELA 0750 - Language Arts II 0 credit hour(s) Provides reading and writing instruction at the high intermediate level in preparation for the HSE exams. Introduces reading in science, social studies, and literature. Includes practice in comprehension, ap...

  • Page 577

    577 0 credit hour(s) Presents high intermediate math concepts focusing on proportions, percentages, data analysis, basic geometry and algebra. Includes a thorough review of fractions and decimals. GEMS 0500 - General Education Multi-Subject 0 credit hour(s) Prerequ...

  • Page 578

    578 0 credit hour(s) Prepares students for the HSE exams conducted in Spanish, including instruction in math, writing, grammar and reading. GESS 0650 - General Education Social Studies 0 credit hour(s) This course is for students preparing for high school equivalency e...

  • Page 579

    579 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Department approval. Examines utopian and dystopian texts from a social, political, economic, and environmental perspective. GNHN 2221 - Understanding Evil 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Department approval. Explores the human c...

  • Page 580

    580 5-7 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Current full-time employment in the general trades industry or department approval. Provides 75-105 hours of classroom instruction covering safety, shop math, code, blueprint reading and other related instruction. GTAP 1225 ...

  • Page 581

    581 Geographic Information Systems GIS 1001 - Introduction to GIS 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: IT 1010. Introduces concepts of Geographic Information Systems including applications, components, mapping, data acquisition and data capture. Laboratory co...

  • Page 582

    582 1 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: GIS 1001 or department approval. This course introduces students to cadastral concepts including land surveys, deeds, survey plats and land record research. This course will also introduce students to the use of Geograp...

  • Page 583

    583 1-6 credit hour(s) Presents various topics. Note(s): All courses ending in 96 are special topics. (See Schedule of Classes.) GIS 2001 - Intermediate GIS 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: GIS 1001. Builds upon concepts introduced in GIS 1001, and introduces vector ...

  • Page 584

    584 GIS 2011 - Remote Sensing and Image Processing 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: GIS 1001. Introduces students to basic remote sensing concepts and explores the applications of current technology. Topics to be covered will include basic energy theory, photo interpr...

  • Page 585

    585 Covers field mapping techniques for developing GIS databases. Concepts include satellite-based hardware and related concepts, data dictionary design and implementation, GPS data compilation and map production. Emphasis on mapping-grade applications. (0 theory h...

  • Page 586

    586 Geography GEOG 1096-1996 - Special Topics 1-6 credit hour(s) Presents various topics. Note(s): All courses ending in 96 are special topics. (See Schedule of Classes.) GEOG 1101 - Physical Geography 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate place...

  • Page 587

    587 Pre- or corequisite: GEOG 1101. This laboratory course introduces the physical elements of world geography and the study of climate and weather, vegetation, soils, plate tectonics, various landforms, the environmental cycles and spatial distributions of the...

  • Page 588

    588 GEOG 2201 - World Regional Geography 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement score. Combines elements of GEOG 1101 and GEOG 1102 to study the global inter-relationships of the physical environments and cultural characteristics, including...

  • Page 589

    589 HIT 1020 - Medical Terminology and Anatomy 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement scores. Covers the study of the language of medicine, focusing on prefixes, suffixes, word roots and their combining forms. Course includes word const...

  • Page 590

    590 1 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: HIT 1060 + HIT 1070 + BA 1131. Provides a simulated or clinical learning experience in a health information department. The experience focuses on the practice of skills related to the application of legal principles; the co...

  • Page 591

    591 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: HIT 1015 + HIT 1020 + HIT 1030 + HIT 1240 + HIT 1250. Focuses on the principles, guidelines and conventions used in coding diagnoses and procedures using the International Classification of Diseases (ICD) Clinical Modifications (CM),...

  • Page 592

    592 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: HIT 1030 + HIT 1060 + AAS Mathematics Requirement. Focuses on health care statistics and research and the practical application of health information concepts as they apply to health record systems and the health care industry. Ins...

  • Page 593

    593 HIT 2096-2996 - Special Topics 1-6 credit hour(s) Presents various topics. Note(s): All courses ending in 96 are special topics. (See Schedule of Classes.) HIT 2290 - Health Information Practicum II 2 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: HIT 2030 + HIT 2050 + HIT...

  • Page 594

    594 professional attitudes, and the principles and basic concepts of ethics and laws involved in providing medical services. HLTH 1020 - Introduction to Healthcare Careers 3 credit hour(s) This course is designed to familiarize students with the various careers in the medica...

  • Page 595

    595 1 credit hour(s) This course provides an interdisciplinary introduction to Community Health Work. It provides students with the opportunity to learn the theory and skills to function as a community health worker. Heating, Ventilating, Air Conditioning and Refrig...

  • Page 596

    596 HVAC 1120 - Motors & Controls 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: HVAC 1115 or department approval. Covers primary and control circuits in various applications, troubleshooting and components. Emphasizes attention to motors and starting devices. Note(s): ...

  • Page 597

    597 HVAC 1245 - Heating and Heating Control Systems 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: HVAC 1240. Emphasizes gas, oil and electric heating systems used for residential and/or light commercial heating systems including furnace and package systems and alterna...

  • Page 598

    598 Emphasizes commercial and industrial chilled water systems. Note(s): 15 theory hours 45 lab hours HVAC 1330 - Controls III 2 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: HVAC 1325 or department approval. Covers the operations and configurations of Building Automated Contr...

  • Page 599

    599 HVAC 1410 - Commercial Refrigeration 2 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: HVAC 1405 or department approval. Covers installation, service and maintenance of reach-in, walk-in coolers, ice machines, ice cream machines, mechanical and electrical trouble shooting refri...

  • Page 600

    600 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: HVAC 1420 or department approval. Weatherization Training with Concentration on Building Performance. This section covers the Training needed for a standardize set of Building Performance Procedures. During the course, st...

  • Page 601

    601 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement score. Recommended: ENG 1101.* Emphasizes events, personalities, issues, rises and falls, covering ancient times through 1648. * This course requires writing critical essays utilizing multiple sourc...

  • Page 602

    602 Recommended: ENG 1101.* Surveys the economic, political, intellectual and social development of the U.S. from 1865 to the present. * This course requires writing critical essays utilizing multiple source materials. Note(s): HIST 1162 and HIST 1161 can be taken in any ...

  • Page 603

    603 * This course requires writing critical essays utilizing multiple source materials. Note(s): All courses ending in 96 are special topics. (See Schedule of Classes.) HIST 2096-2996 - Special Topics 3 credit hour(s) Presents various topics. Note(s): All courses ending...

  • Page 604

    604 Recommended: ENG 1101.* Explores the people, cultures, processes, ideas and environmental factors that shaped the history of the American/US West. Examines topics and exploration, migration and immigration, land use and misuse, western violence and experiences of ...

  • Page 605

    605 HT 1101 - Introduction to Tourism 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: MATH 0970 or appropriate placement scores. Pre- or corequisite: IT 1010. Provides a broad overview of travel and tourism development, operations, and career opportunities. HT 1106 - Hotel Operations ...

  • Page 606

    606 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Department approval. Provides an opportunity for a structured educational (paid) work experience related to a student's academic goals. Cooperative Education is a partnership between the student and both the educational institution a...

  • Page 607

    607 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: CULN 1100 or HT 1101. Employs concepts to develop, implement and evaluate a marketing plan to identify and reach prospective customers using marketing tactics specific to hospitality services. HT 2195 - Cooperative Educat...

  • Page 608

    608 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: HT 1101 or CULN 1010 or CULN 1100 department approval. Pre- or corequisite: BEV 2160 or CULN 1112. Focuses on the development and implementation of an effective purchasing program involving issues such as supplier relations,...

  • Page 609

    609 2 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Department approval. Provides students the opportunity to work a minimum of 90 hours in a new job experience in a hospitality environment. Student trainees are paid by the cooperating firm and supervised jointly by CNM and the...

  • Page 610

    610 HUM 1121 - Cultures and Civilization Renaissance to Present 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement scores. Continues course of study begun in HUM 1115: history, art, literature, music and ideas of world civilizations from the Renais...

  • Page 611

    611 abuse counseling. Motivational interviewing is an evidence-based treatment that addresses ambivalence to change through a person-focused approach. HSV 2201 - Evidence-based Treatment for Substance Abuse Counseling 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: IRW 0970 or a...

  • Page 612

    612 Note(s): Previously CDV 2204 HSV 2205 - Adolescent Substance Abuse: Prevention and Treatment 2 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: IRW 0970 or appropriate placement scores. Explores the differences between adolescent and adult substance use/abuse and evidenc...

  • Page 613

    613 IT 0850 - Basic Computer/Keyboarding Skills 3 credit hour(s) Introduces basic skills in computer applications, computer concepts, Internet navigation and keyboarding. Recommended for entry level students with limited to low computer skills. This course is o...

  • Page 614

    614 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Appropriate placement scores. Introduces various work-related and academic texts and assists students in comprehending these texts and in constructing effective work-related and academic writings of their own. Students develo...

  • Page 615

    615 IWAP 1226 - Iron Workers Apprenticeship 5-7 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Current full-time employment in the iron worker industry or department approval. Provides 75-105 hours of related classroom instruction covering orientation, safety, shop and trade mat...

  • Page 616

    616 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: ENG 1101 or appropriate placement score or department approval. Introduces methods and skills of journalism, emphasizing journalistic conventions, news gathering and news writing for print and broadcast media. JOUR 2096-2996 -...

  • Page 617

    617 LTAM 1111 - Latin American Film 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement scores or CSE 1101. Explores themes relevant to Latin American societies through the viewing and analysis of critically acclaimed films and documentaries ...

  • Page 618

    618 All courses ending in 96 are special topics. (See Schedule of Classes.) MT 2097 - Independent Study 1-7 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Department approval. Allows the student to investigate and solve a problem. The student designs the solution using a combination...

  • Page 619

    619 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Appropriate placement scores. Covers topics in algebra including solving and graphing linear equations and inequalities and solving systems of linear equations. Incorporates algebraic and geometric applications, formulas, and sc...

  • Page 620

    620 MATH 1210 - Methods of Problem Solving 4 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: MATH 0970 or appropriate placement scores. Presents strategies for solving mathematical problems relying heavily on inductive reasoning, sequences, set theory, combinatorics, probability, ...

  • Page 621

    621 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: MATH 0980 or MATH 1210 or appropriate placement scores. Introduces basic concepts in probability and statistics including simple data analysis and descriptive statistics, probability and probability models, sampling and statist...

  • Page 622

    622 MATH 1460 - Elements of Calculus I 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: MATH 1315 or MATH 1415 or appropriate placement scores. Presents the intuitive concepts, basic properties and applications of derivatives and definite integrals. Focuses on the applications of thes...

  • Page 623

    623 1 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Department approval. This course can only be taken concurrently with MATH 1315 or above. Students will analyze current K-12 math curriculum materials with respect to the math class they are taking concurrently. Note(s): Repe...

  • Page 624

    624 MATH 2810 - Applied Linear Algebra 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: MATH 1715. Presents systems of linear equations and matrices. Introduction to vector spaces and linear transformations. Rank, determinants, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, applications and efficient com...

  • Page 625

    625 2 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0970 + MATH 0970 or appropriate placement scores or department approval. Covers the interpretation of basic manufacturing and fabrication drawings, terminology, or orthographic projection, sectional views, dimensions, tolera...

  • Page 626

    626 Note(s): 15 theory hours 60 lab hours Previously MATT 1092 MATT 1120 - Basic Milling Machine Principles 2 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0970 + MATH 0970 or appropriate placement scores or department approval. Introduces basic milling machine principles and...

  • Page 627

    627 Previously MATT 1392 MATT 1210 - Intermediate Lathe Principles 2 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: MATT 1110 or department approval. Reviews basic engine lathe principles and operations with training in safety, precision turning and facing, production turning, taper...

  • Page 628

    628 MATT 1240 - Computer Numerical Control I 2 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: MATT 1001 + MATT 1005 or department approval. Presents basic computer skills necessary to program, set up and operate CNC milling and turning centers. Covers CNC manuscript and tape preparation...

  • Page 629

    629 2 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: MATT 1220 or department approval. Reviews rotary table work and locational operations. Offers safety, carbide shell mills, complex milling set­ups and advanced production and CNC milling techniques. Note(s): 15 theory hours 60...

  • Page 630

    630 15 theory hours 60 lab hours Previously MATT 2392 MATT 2096-2996 - Special Topics 1-7 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Department approval. Presents various topics. Note(s): All courses ending in 96 are special topics. (See Schedule of Classes.) MATT 2097 - Independen...

  • Page 631

    631 Medical Lab Technician MLT 1001 - Preparation for Medical Lab Sciences 3 credit hour(s) An introduction to the Medical Laboratory industry and the skills necessary to succeed in laboratory education and careers. Includes college success skills, an overvi...

  • Page 632

    632 45 lab hours Typically offered Fall term only. MLT 1096-1996 - Special Topics 1-6 credit hour(s) Presents various topics. Note(s): All courses ending in 96 are special topics. (See Schedule of Classes.) MLT 1192 - Clinical Immunology Laboratory 1 credit ...

  • Page 633

    633 Provides phlebotomy experience in a clinical setting. This course is not intended as training to gain employment as a phlebotomist. Note(s): 45 clinical hours Typically offered Fall term only. MLT 1510 - Clinical Hematology 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequi...

  • Page 634

    634 Typically offered Fall term only. MLT 1692 - Clinical Hematology Laboratory 2 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: MLT 1390 or PHLB 1090. Corequisite: MLT 1012 + MLT 1092 + MLT 1510 + MLT 1592 + MLT 2011 + MLT 2092. Presents experiences for performing the...

  • Page 635

    635 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: MLT 1390 or PHLB 1090. Corequisite: MLT 1012 + MLT 1092 + MLT 1510 + MLT 1592 + MLT 1692 + MLT 2092. Presents the principles and methods used in testing for chemical components in blood and other body fluids includ...

  • Page 636

    636 MLT 2790 - MLT Clinical Experience 7 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: MLT 1014 + MLT 1192 + MLT 1511 + MLT 1792 + MLT 2010 + MLT 2592. Corequisite: MLT 2712. Provides clinical practice in affiliated clinical laboratories with rotations through hematology/ coagulatio...

  • Page 637

    637 2 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: ELEC 1202 + ELEC 1292 or department approval. Presents RF energy, vacuum technology and vacuum systems applications in manufacturing industries. Includes safety, plasma physics, RF applications, RF generators, transmission lines, R...

  • Page 638

    638 development principals. Topics include application of characterization and optimization of fabrication processes principals in a cleanroom environment including the application of design of experiments and process control concepts, and metrology (measurement...

  • Page 639

    639 fabrication to design at the micrometer scale. No books required, all is provided online and includes reading, animations, and streaming lecture educational materials. MEMS 2292 - MEMS Design Lab 1 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: MEMS 1002 + MEMS 1092 or department ap...

  • Page 640

    640 MSL 1292 - Basic Leadership Lab 1 credit hour(s) Corequisite: MSL 1102. Continuation of MSL 1092. MSL 2092 - Individual Leadership Studies Lab 1 credit hour(s) Corequisite: MSL 1101. Builds on the topics covered in MSL 1092 and MSL 1292. Further in depth training on ...

  • Page 641

    641 great self-awareness as they assess their own leadership styles and practice communication and team building skills. COE case studies give insight into the importance and practice of teamwork and tactics in real-world scenarios. MSL 2219 - Directed Studies 1-3 cr...

  • Page 642

    642 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement score. This course offers a study of the voice. Students will learn vocal fundamentals such as respiration, phonation, resonation, and articulation and will demonstrate their understanding of thes...

  • Page 643

    643 MUS 1290 - Music Practicum 1-3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: MUS 1103 + department approval. Music Practicum complements MUS 1103 and the performance classes in Music (Piano I & II, Guitar) by providing on-the-job musical training or performance. Requires studen...

  • Page 644

    644 4 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: ENG 1101 or appropriate placement scores. Introduces the science of geology, chemistry, physics and astronomy, with emphasis on the sciences processes, inquiry and the integration of technology. This course is activity based util...

  • Page 645

    645 Fall only NAVS 1105 - Naval Ship Systems I 3 credit hour(s) Introduces naval engineering systems concepts and practices. Note(s): Spring only NAVS 1192 - Naval Professional Laboratory 1 credit hour(s) Offers drills and information for NROTC students. Note(s): 3...

  • Page 646

    646 Note(s): Fall only NAVS 2203 - Navigation 3 credit hour(s) Offers theory, principles and procedures of ship coastal and celestial navigation. Note(s): Spring only NAVS 2204 - Naval Operations 3 credit hour(s) Explores naval ship operations, tactical formations ...

  • Page 647

    647 NAVS 2247 - Principles of Naval Leadership 3 credit hour(s) Examines the structure and principles of naval leadership and management. Note(s): Spring only NAVS 2251 - Amphibious Warfare 3 credit hour(s) Explores the concepts, techniques and history of amphibious w...

  • Page 648

    648 NRSG 1510 - Health and Illness Concepts I 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: NRSG 1010 + NRSG 1015. Pre- or corequisite: BIO 2711. Corequisite: NRSG 1520 + NRSG 1530 + NRSG 1535. This course will focus on health and illness concepts across the lifespan, with the fo...

  • Page 649

    649 2711 + ENG 1101 + PSY 1105 + PSY 2220 + departmental approval. This course introduces the conceptual framework of the nursing program and study of the nursing process. Learning objectives of this course enable the students' transition from the role as a licensed practi...

  • Page 650

    650 Concepts covered are related to homeostasis/regulation, oxygenation/hemostasis, protection/movement and cognitive/behavioral processes. NRSG 2515 - Clinical Intensive I 4 credit hour(s) Corequisite: NRSG 2510 + NRSG 2899. This is the first of two Level Four clinical co...

  • Page 651

    651 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0970 or appropriate placement scores. Pre- or corequisite: HLTH 1001. Corequisite: NA 1093 + NA 1190. This course emphasizes the roles and responsibilities of the Nursing Assistant. The course provides instruction in patient's r...

  • Page 652

    652 NR 2110 - Nursing Refresher Course 7 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Active or temporary New Mexico license to practice as an LPN or RN + A current professional CPR card. Corequisite: NR 2190. Course is designed to provide nurses with an opportunity to update their k...

  • Page 653

    653 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: NUTR 1010. This course explores the fundamentals of medical nutrition therapy for various symptoms and disease states. It is intended for students enrolled in the Dietary Manager program. NUTR 1020 - Sports Nutrition 3 cred...

  • Page 654

    654 1 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement score. Pre- or corequisite: NUTR 1010. This course introduces non-science majors to the basic science of nutrition. Information required to understand a variety of nutrition topics currently in the ne...

  • Page 655

    655 OSH 2006 - Occupational Safety for Construction I 1 credit hour(s) Introduces students to OSHA policies, procedures and standards, construction safety and health principles. The scope and application of the OSHA Construction Safety Standard will be addresse...

  • Page 656

    656 OSH 2030 - Occupational Safety General Industry 30 Hour 3 credit hour(s) Course introduces hazard recognition, analysis, and safe working practices for common general industry hazards such as walking/working surfaces, electrical, blood borne pathogens, health ...

  • Page 657

    657 Course taught in a computer lab. OTEC 1103 - Keyboard Skillbuilding II 1 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: OTEC 1102. Focuses on building speed and accuracy. A minimum average speed of 45 wpm on three five-minute timings is required. Note(s): Course taught in a com...

  • Page 658

    658 OTEC 1175 - Computers in the Medical Office 2 credit hour(s) Introduces tasks performed in a medical office utilizing a computerized software package, including scheduling appointments, gathering and recording patient information, recording diagnoses and procedu...

  • Page 659

    659 their work but are supervised jointly by CNM and the employer. The student and employer determine the weekly contact hours. OTEC 2201 - Document Production and Integration 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: CIS 1120. Pre- or corequisite: CIS 1173 + OTEC 1102. Cre...

  • Page 660

    660 Optical Dispensing OPTD 1010 - Optical Theory I 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0980 + MATH 0970 or appropriate placement score. Corequisite: OPTD 1020 + OPTD 1030 + OPTD 1040. Serves as an introduction to the study of optical dispensing. Students le...

  • Page 661

    661 Corequisite: OPTD 1520 + OPTD 1590 + OPTD 1592. Provides the student with exposure to the current practices in the field of optometry. OPTD 1520 - Optical Business Management 3 credit hour(s) Corequisite: OPTD 1510 + OPTD 1590 + OPTD 1592. This course exp...

  • Page 662

    662 3 credit hour(s) Corequisite: OPTD 2010 + OPTD 2030 + OPTD 2040. Building on knowledge from optical laboratory theory I, this course explores more advanced principles and practices employed in the optical dispensing laboratory. OPTD 2030 - Optical Dis...

  • Page 663

    663 OPTD 2390 - Contact Lens Clinical 3 credit hour(s) Corequisite: OPTD 2290 + OPTD 2293. This courses provides an opportunity for students to refine skills in the preparation and dispensing of prescription contact lenses in an external, clinical environment. Note...

  • Page 664

    664 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement score. Recommended: IT 1010.* Introduces concepts such as the definition and role of the paralegal, ethical responsibilities, professionalism, the legal system, legal research and analysis, legal and ...

  • Page 665

    665 case in each court. It also introduces concepts such as ethical and specific court operation issues with an emphasis on ethics in the workplace. PL 2095 - Cooperative Education 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Department approval. Provides the opportunity to perf...

  • Page 666

    666 135 lab hours PL 2120 - Civil Litigation 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: CIS 1120 + ENG 1102 + PL 1130 + PL 1140. Covers concepts such as the process of civil litigation from initial client contact through post-trial procedures. Rules of civil procedure and r...

  • Page 667

    667 PL 2220 - Wills Probate and Estate Planning 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: (PL 2120 or PL 2130) + PL 2140 + PL 2150 + PL 2160. Covers concepts such as the drafting of wills and trusts, administration of estates, formal and informal probate proceedings and estate t...

  • Page 668

    668 PL 2430 - Constitutional Law 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: PL 1140 or department approval. Focuses on concepts such as civil rights and liberties under the Constitution, free speech, religious freedom, racial discrimination, group rights, privacy, political par...

  • Page 669

    669 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: PL 1140 or department approval. Focuses on the history of discrimination law and current federal protections, the principle of equal treatment, litigation involving unequal treatment, seniority, sexual and racial harassment, pay ...

  • Page 670

    670 PL 2530 - Public Defender 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Department approval. Requires students to work 135 hours in the local Public Defender's Office under the supervision of an attorney or attorney's designate and become familiar with all forms of case p...

  • Page 671

    671 Note(s): 135 Lab hours Pharmacy Technician PT 1003 - Pharmacy Calculations 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: CHEM 1410 + CHEM 1492 + IRW 0980 + MATH 0970 + department approval. Pre- or corequisite: IT 1010. Corequisite: PT 1010 + PT 1015 + PT 1092. Provides skil...

  • Page 672

    672 90 lab hours PT 1096-1996 - Special Topics 1-6 credit hour(s) Presents various topics. Note(s): All courses ending in 96 are special topics. (See Schedule of Classes.) PT 1510 - Advanced Pharmacy Technology 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: PT 1010 + PT 1003 + ...

  • Page 673

    673 2 credit hour(s) Corequisite: PT 1510 + PT 1515 + PT 1590. Provides further opportunity to develop skills in both non- sterile and sterile compounding of drug products, use of a laminar flow hood, reconstituting, compounding, packaging and labeling. Emphasis on pre...

  • Page 674

    674 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement scores. Presents various topics. Note(s): All courses ending in 96 are special topics. (See Schedule of Classes.) PHIL 2201 - Greek Philosophy 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: ENG 1101. This will be a...

  • Page 675

    675 PHIL 2246 - Environmental Ethics 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement scores. Provides a forum for discussion of the ethical and social problems concerning the relationship between human activity (farming, industry, etc.) a...

  • Page 676

    676 Note(s): 120 clinical intensive hours PHLB 1092 - Phlebotomy Lab 2 credit hour(s) Corequisite: PHLB 1010. Provides opportunity to practice phlebotomy skills and apply theory using artificial arms and human subjects. Note(s): 90 lab hours PHLB 1096-1996 - Special To...

  • Page 677

    677 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: PHOT 1003. Presents optical wave-guides and fibers as well as Fiber Optics Telecommunication. The course covers basic fiber optics components and active devices such detectors for fiber optic systems, isolators, attenuators, circulat...

  • Page 678

    678 explored. Note(s): 30 theory hours 45 lab hours PHOT 2013 - Advanced Photonics and Laser Systems 5 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: PHOT 2003. This course is a continuation of PHOT 2003 with further exploration of lasers and optical systems and applied technologies. Note(...

  • Page 679

    679 Presents various topics. Note(s): All courses ending in 96 are special topics. (See Schedule of Classes.) PHOT 2097 - Independent Study 1-7 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Department approval. Presents a problem to investigate and solve. The student designs the soluti...

  • Page 680

    680 Note(s): Students not meeting the IRW 0980 prerequisite may elect to take CSE 1101 as a Pre- or Corequisite to this course. PHYS 1092 - Introduction to Physics Laboratory 1 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement score. Pre- or corequi...

  • Page 681

    681 PHYS 1592 - Algebra-Based Physics I Laboratory 1 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: (IRW 0980 or appropriate placement score) + MATH 1315 or MATH 1415 or MATH 1460. Pre- or corequisite: PHYS 1510. Emphasizes real-time experiments in mechanics, heat and sound. Introduces...

  • Page 682

    682 Introduces calculus-based study of mechanics and sound waves for science and engineering students. * It is strongly recommended that students take the lab course concurrently with the lecture. The lab experience serves to enhance the student's understandin...

  • Page 683

    683 45 lab hours PHYS 2710 - Calculus-Based Physics III 4 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: PHYS 1810. Pre- or corequisite: MATH 2710. Emphasizes optics and topics in modern physics for science and engineering students in calculus-based setting. Physical Therapy Ass...

  • Page 684

    684 Provides PTA students with fundamental information related to the profession of physical therapist assistant. PTA 1120 - Clinical Kinesiology 3 credit hour(s) Corequisite: PTA 1110 + PTA 1130 + PTA 1140. Covers physiological and kinesiological fundamenta...

  • Page 685

    685 Note(s): 30 Theory hours 45 Lab hours PTA 1530 - Orthopedics for PTA 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: PTA 1110 + PTA 1120 + PTA 1130 + PTA 1140. Pre- or corequisite: HLTH 1001. Corequisite: PTA 1520 + PTA 1540 + PTA 1550. This course covers the theory a...

  • Page 686

    686 Corequisite: PTA 2090. This course is the second of two courses that introduces students to procedures performed by physical therapist assistants. This course combines the theory behind the procedures with development of the skills for providing therapy tha...

  • Page 687

    687 5 credit hour(s) Corequisite: PTA 2210 + PTA 2290. This course applies skills and knowledge learned in the PTA theory and lab courses to direct patient care in clinical settings. Students will be under the direct supervision of a clinical professional. Not...

  • Page 688

    688 45 lab hours PLMB 1120 - Drain Waste and Vent I 2 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: PLMB 1115. Emphasizes layout and design of drain and vent systems in residential buildings. Note(s): 15 theory hours 45 lab hours PLMB 1125 - Drain Waste and Vent II 2 credit h...

  • Page 689

    689 Note(s): 15 theory hours 45 lab hours PLMB 1210 - Commercial Plumbing 2 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: PLMB 1205. Presents the different aspects of the commercial plumbing industry. Note(s): 15 theory hours 45 lab hours PLMB 1215 - Plumbing Theory and Repair 2 c...

  • Page 690

    690 2 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: PLMB 1220 or department approval. Presents requirements for installation and repair of heating and cooling systems for commercial and residential applications. Note(s): 15 theory hours 45 lab hours PLMB 1230 - Hydronics and...

  • Page 691

    691 3 credit hour(s) Introduces licensing requirements, rules and regulations and the Uniform Plumbing Code for persons interested in becoming journey level plumbers and natural gas fitters in New Mexico. PLMB 1320 - Solar Thermal Systems 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or co...

  • Page 692

    692 1-7 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Department approval. Focuses on a specific problem while working with an instructor. Plumbing Apprenticeship PLAP 1117 - Plumbing Apprenticeship 5-7 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Current full-time employment in the plumbi...

  • Page 693

    693 Provides 75-105 hours of classroom instruction, which includes safety, shop and trade math, plumbing processes, blueprint reading and mechanical code (plumbing) interpretation. PLAP 1327 - Plumbing Apprenticeship 5-7 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Current f...

  • Page 694

    694 Political Science PSCI 1110 - The Political World 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement scores or CSE 1101. Recommended: ENG 1101.* Introduces politics, emphasizing how people can understand their own political systems and those of oth...

  • Page 695

    695 Typically offered in Fall and Spring terms only. PSCI 2220 - Comparative Government and Politics 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement scores or CSE 1101. Recommended: ENG 1102.* Compares the roles of public opinion, electoral system...

  • Page 696

    696 PSCI 2270 - Introduction to Public Policy 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement scores or CSE 1101. Recommended: ENG 1102 + PSCI 1110 + PSCI 2200.* This course will provide an overview of the U.S. political system as it is relate...

  • Page 697

    697 PSG 1010 - Introduction to EEG 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: AAS Mathematics Requirement + AAS Written Communication Requirement + BIO 2210 + IT 1010. Pre- or corequisite: BIO 2310 + RT 1020 + RT 1060 + RT 1080. Introduction to Electroencephalogram (...

  • Page 698

    698 PSG 1535 - Sleep Disorders Principles and Practices 4 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: BPCS 1092 + HIT 1020 + HLTH 1001 + PSG 1020 + PSG 1035 + PSG 1040. Pre- or corequisite: HLTH 1010 + PSG 1590 + (COMM 1130 or COMM 2221 or COMM 2225 or COMM 2232 or COMM 2270 or COMM...

  • Page 699

    699 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: PSG 2035 + PSG 2090. Presentation and discussion of practices related to interpretation of polysomnographs including visual, arousal, cardiac, movement, and respiratory scoring rules outlined by the American Academy of Sl...

  • Page 700

    700 1-6 credit hour(s) Presents various topics. Note(s): All courses ending in 96 are special topics. (See Schedule of Classes.) Process Control PC 2001 - Electromechanical System Troubleshooting 4 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: ELEC 2001 or ELEC 2005 . Uses electrom...

  • Page 701

    701 Note(s): 30 theory hours 45 lab hours Project Management PM 1096-1996 - Special Topics 1-3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Department approval. Presents various topics. Note(s): All courses ending in 96 are special topics. See Schedule of Classes. PM 1130 - Project ...

  • Page 702

    702 Presents various topics. Note(s): All courses ending in 96 are special topics. See Schedule of Classes. PM 2097 - Independent Study 1-3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Department approval. Student works with the instructor on specific topics directly related to the...

  • Page 703

    703 Psychology PSY 1105 - Introduction to Psychology 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement scores or CSE 1101. Introduces psychology as a science: the study of behavior and mental processes. Topics surveyed include methodology, biolo...

  • Page 704

    704 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: PSY 1105. Introduces the study of physical, social, emotional, and intellectual development across the life span. Emphasis is placed on research and applications. PSY 2231 - Human Sexuality 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: IRW...

  • Page 705

    705 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement scores or CSE 1101. This course develops understanding and basic competency in one-on-one counseling skills and group settings most relevant to addiction treatment with an emphasis on the pri...

  • Page 706

    706 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: PSY 1105. Introduces health psychology, which studies how thought and behavior influence health including how stress contributes to illness and disease. Teaches methods to promote healthy changes and skills for coping with stres...

  • Page 707

    707 RADT 1096-1996 - Special Topics 1-6 credit hour(s) Presents various topics. Note(s): All courses ending in 96 are special topics. (See Schedule of Classes.) RADT 1520 - Radiation Biology and Protection 2 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: RADT 2090 + RADT 240...

  • Page 708

    708 issues of medical imaging, confidentiality, to include diversity and anti-discrimination issues in employment situations, professional organizations, professional development, accreditation and credentialing and computers in the workplace. Note(s): 300 clinical ...

  • Page 709

    709 RADT 2404 - Radiographic Imaging II 3 credit hour(s) Corequisite: RADT 2090. Surveys the special procedures and special imaging modalities (ultrasound, mammography, nuclear medicine, oncology and surgical radiography) utilized to explore topics in imaging equ...

  • Page 710

    710 Student will continue to develop competencies. Observation, involvement and assistance in special procedures and special imaging modalities. Review of radiographs, preparation for employment as radiologic technologists. Note(s): 360 clinical intensive hours RADT 2999...

  • Page 711

    711 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: RPID 1010. Students will fabricate models and prototype components developed in RPID 1010. RPID 1020 - Prototype Fabrication II 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: RPID 1015. Continued fabrication of prototype components and...

  • Page 712

    712 RLGN 2096-2996 - Special Topics 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement scores. Presents various topics. Note(s): All courses ending in 96 are special topics. (See Schedule of Classes.) RLGN 2240 - Ancient Religions 3 credit hour(s) Pre- ...

  • Page 713

    713 Covers basic concepts of physics related to physiology of the lungs, gas laws, gas flow and mechanics of breathing. Concepts are applied to operation of respiratory therapy equipment. RT 1030 - Pharmacology of Respiratory Therapy 3 credit hour(s) Corequisite: ...

  • Page 714

    714 RT 1092 - Respiratory Therapy Lab I 1 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: BIO 2210 + ENG 1101 + IT 1010 + AAS Math Requirement + departmental approval. Pre- or corequisite: BIO 2310 + HLTH 1001. Corequisite: RT 1020 + RT 1060 + RT 1080 + RT 1090. Students practic...

  • Page 715

    715 4 credit hour(s) Corequisite: RT 1030 + RT 1560 + RT 1580 + RT 1593. Continuation of RT 1090 provides supervised clinical experiences in area hospitals and health care facilities. Note(s): 180 clinical hours RT 1592 - Supplemental Skills Lab 1 credit hour(s) ...

  • Page 716

    716 2 credit hour(s) Corequisite: RT 2060 + RT 2090 + RT 2093. Presents pathophysiology and management of patients with pulmonary diseases from the perspective of a physician including causes, signs and symptoms, pathophysiology, diagnosis, treatments and prognos...

  • Page 717

    717 3-6 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Department approval. Presents various topics. Note(s): All courses ending in 96 are special topics. (See Schedule of Classes.) RT 2097 - Independent Study 1-6 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Department approval. Provides opportunity...

  • Page 718

    718 2 credit hour(s) Corequisite: RT 2460 + RT 2490 + RT 2492. Presents pathophysiology and management of patients with pulmonary diseases from the perspective of a physician including causes, signs and symptoms, pathophysiology, diagnosis, treatments and prog...

  • Page 719

    719 To enroll in a particular section of this course, students must be enrolled in the anchor course that corresponds to that section. Sheet Metal Apprenticeship SMAP 1115 - Sheet Metal Apprenticeship 5-7 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Current full-time employment in t...

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    720 5-7 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Current full-time employment in the sheet metal industry or department approval. Provides 75-105 hours of related classroom instruction. Instruction covers safety, trade math, sheet metal processes, triangulation layout, rad...

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    721 1 credit hour(s) Reviews committee work including agenda setting, parliamentary procedures, team building; participation in community service projects and improvement of communication skills. VICA 2176 - Career Planning 1 credit hour(s) Introduces career infor...

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    722 crime in society, victimization, public opinion, the criminal justice system, crime control strategies and policies. SOC 2211 - Social Problems 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement scores. Recommended: SOC 1101.* Analyzes a range o...

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    723 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement scores. Recommended: SOC 1101.* Examines relationships among majority and minority and ethnic groups: prejudice, discrimination, stereotyping, pluralism and social mobility. * Successful completio...

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    724 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement scores. Recommended: SOC 1101 or PSY 1105.* Focuses on the nature and content of gender in the U.S.: theoretical viewpoints from the social sciences applied to issues of socialization, family, ...

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    725 4 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement scores. Introduces listening, speaking and grammatical skills for students with no previous exposure to Spanish. Includes an online workbook and lab manual. SPAN 1102 - Beginning Spanish ...

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    726 SPAN 2096-2996 - Special Topics 3 credit hour(s) Presents various topics. Note(s): All courses ending in 96 are special topics. (See Schedule of Classes.) SPAN 2201 - Intermediate Spanish I 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: SPAN 1102 or appropriate placement scores...

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    727 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: SPAN 2202 or department approval. Introduces the art and profession of translation with a focus on practical translation problems in Spanish. Studies texts from the area of journalism, law, business and literature for translat...

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    728 SPED 2201 - Introduction to Special Education 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement scores. Corequisite: SPED 2290. Examines the historical and legal basis for special education services for students with disabilities. Course competencie...

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    729 SPED 2258 - Classroom and Behavior Management for Students with Special Needs 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: SPED 2250. Examines positive behavior supports and environmental management of behavior. Course competencies are built upon national, state, and professi...

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    730 advocacy and collaboration with families and other professionals. Students must pass a background check to successfully complete the course requirements. Note(s): 15 theory hours 45 lab hours SPED 2390 - Special Education Supervised Field Experience 3 credit hour(s...

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    731 15 theory hours 75 lab hours Sterile Processing Technician SPT 1010 - Basics of Sterile Processing 2 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: IRW 0970 or appropriate placement scores. Corequisite: SPT 1092. Course provides instruction on Sterile Processing Technician roles...

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    732 ST 1001 - Introduction to Surgical Technology 2 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: ENG 1101 + MATH 0970. This course is designed to give the student a broad overview of the responsibilities of the Surgical Technologist and the operating room environment. This will p...

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    733 procedures, ophthalmic surgery, otorhinolaryngologic surgery, oral and maxillofacial surgery and plastic and reconstructive surgery. ST 1590 - Surgical Technology Clinical I 8 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: ST 1092. Corequisite: ST 1510 + ST 1592. Applies surgical ...

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    734 Note(s): 360 clinical hours ST 2092 - Surgical Technology Lab III 2 credit hour(s) Corequisite: ST 2010 + ST 2090. Continue to provide an opportunity to practice clinical skills and put into practice the special considerations for genitourinary procedures and surg...

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    735 and engineering applications and calculator use. Students must provide a full-function scientific calculator with a ten-digit display. SUR 1015 - Boundary Survey Concepts 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: CM 2205. Detailed study of the U.S. Public Land Surv...

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    736 3 credit hour(s) In this course students will participate in an overview of career opportunities available to students in the programs of study offered by the School of Applied Technologies. Students will uncover the real life aspects of these careers, in...

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    737 Note(s): All courses ending in 96 are special topics. (See Schedule of Classes.) Survey of Business & Information Technology BIT 1005 - Survey of Business & Information Technology 3 credit hour(s) This course will introduce the students to the programs ...

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    738 Teaching and Learning Online TLOL 1010 - Introduction to Teaching and Learning Online 2 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Department approval. Intended for higher education faculty or public school teachers interested in teaching online, this course provides for a...

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    739 Intended for higher education faculty or public school teachers interested in developing an engaging online learning community. The course will focus on student-to-student and student-to instructor interaction by examining online tools that allow for synchronous and ...

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    740 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement scores or CSE 1101. Students examine the nature of theatre art, exploring the aesthetic and practical dimensions of a theatrical production's unified work to appreciate all of its aspec...

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    741 3 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: THEA 1120 or department approval. Introduces students to the structure and rules of short and long-form improvisation, allowing them to create original ensemble theatrical productions. THEA 2231 - Voice and Movement for Actors 3 credit...

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    742 TRDR 1220 - Intermediate Truck Driving Theory and Practice 6 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: TRDR 1120 + department approval. Covers hours of service requirements, trip planning, defensive driving techniques, the fundamentals of control systems, on-the-driving-rang...

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    743 Note(s): Standard truck driver requirements apply TRDR 2096-2996 - Special Topics 1-7 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Department approval. Presents various topics. Note(s): All courses ending in 96 are special topics. (See Schedule of Classes.) TRDR 2097 - Independent...

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    744 VT 1008 - Applied Mathematics for Veterinary Technicians 1 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: (BIO 1410 + BIO 1492) or (BIO 1510 + BIO 1592) + (CHEM 1410 + CHEM 1492) or (CHEM 1710 + CHEM 1792) + AAS Math Requirement + ENG 1101 + department approval. Pre- or corequi...

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    745 including dissection. Note(s): 30 theory hours 45 lab hours VT 1192 - Supplemental Lab 1 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: VT 1008. Provides participation in supervised learning and review of basic, advanced and specialized practices, including topics in Anat...

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    746 VT 1272 - Surgical Technology for Veterinary Technicians 2 credit hour(s) Corequisite: VT 1210 + VT 1251 + VT 1293 + VT 2015. Introduces students to surgical procedures, instruments, suture materials, surgical supplies and surgical preps. Overview of anest...

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    747 Provides a clinical laboratory setting for students to learn the diagnostic techniques in parasitology, urinalysis, microbiology and cytology including proper collection, preparation and evaluation of specimens. Note(s): 30 theory hours 90 lab hours VT 2015 - Non...

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    748 1 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: VT 1008. Provides second-year Veterinary Technology students with the opportunity for additional learning and practice of veterinary technology skills in the campus laboratory. Encourages preparation for the VTNE. VT 2610 -...

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    749 VT 2690 - Veterinary Technology Clinical II 3 credit hour(s) Corequisite: VT 2610 + VT 2651 + VT 2692. Applies theory to practice at clinics, performing hands-on duties that include: specimen collection, urinalysis, parasite evaluation, wound management, admini...

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    750 45 lab hours VT 2890 - Veterinary Technology Clinical III 3 credit hour(s) Corequisite: VT 2803 + VT 2884 + VT 2892. Applies theory to practice at veterinary clinics performing duties that include handling, therapeutics and care of laboratory and exotic anim...

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    751 WELD 1025 - Welding Blueprint Reading II 2 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: WELD 1005 or department approval. Provides instruction in commercial construction and fabrication drawing interpretation and covers detail and assembly drawings related to the welding field...

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    752 3 credit hour(s) Recommended: AUTC 1240 or DETC 1240 or MATT 1240 or PLMB 1235.* Introduces safety practices, basic tools and equipment, operating procedures and applications of oxyacetylene cutting & welding, shielded metal arc welding (SMAW), gas met...

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    753 WELD 1170 - Qualifications for SMAW 2 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: WELD 1025 + WELD 2001 + WELD 1160. Covers simulated qualification procedures for shielded metal arc welding (SMAW), in all positions. Note(s): 15 theory hours 45 lab hours 15 hours additional ...

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    754 WELD 1270 - Qualifications for GTAW 2 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: WELD 1025 + WELD 2001 + WELD 1260 or department approval. Covers simulated qualification procedures for gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW) in all positions. Note(s): 15 theory hours 45 lab hours 15...

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    755 2 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: WELD 1025 + WELD 2001 + WELD 1360 or department approval. Provides stimulated qualification procedures for gas metal arc welding (GMAW), in all positions. Note(s): 15 theory hours 45 lab hours 15 hours additional instructio...

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    756 2 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: WELD 1025 + WELD 2001. Pre- or corequisite: WELD 1170 + WELD 1270 + WELD 1370 or department approval. An all process welding fabrication class to include the use of, shielded metal arc welding, gas metal arc welding, gas tungsten ...

  • Page 757

    757 1-7 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Department approval. Presents various topics. Note(s): All courses ending in 96 are special topics. (See Schedule of Classes.) WELD 2097 - Independent Study 1-7 credit hour(s) Prerequisite: Department approval. Focuses on a specific problem wh...

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    758 Women’s Studies WMST 1150 - Introduction to Women's Studies 3 credit hour(s) Pre- or corequisite: IRW 0970 or appropriate placement score. Provides an introduction to the study of women's issues by examining the diversity of women's lives in the United States within a global conte...

  • Page 759

    759 What's New! New Programs: Beverage Management, Certificate of Completion Brewing Technology, Certificate of Achievement Brewing and Beverage Management (AAS) Community Health Worker, Certificate of Achievement Computer Information Systems (AAS), Computer Support...

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    760 Retail Management, Certificate of Completion Surveying Technology, Certificate of Completion New Courses: ACCT 1115 - Introduction to Financial Accounting ACCT 1401 - Volunteer Tax Updates ACCT 1498 - Volunteer Tax Internship II ARTS 1130 - Digital Studio Fundamentals AR...

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    761 CHW 1090 - Community Health Worker Practicum CIS 2341 - Web Presence CIS 2763 - Web Programming Framework CIS 2860 - Digital Forensics CIS 2899 - Cyber Security Capstone CJ 2998 - Criminal Justice Capstone DANC 1169 - Flamenco Dance I EMS 2015 - EMS Combo BLS/ILS/ALS...

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    762 HHA 1190 - Home Health Aide Advanced Skills HIT 1240 - Principles of Disease HIT 1250 - Pharmacology and Laboratory Procedures HLTH 1010 - Medical Ethics and Law HSV 2203 - Introduction to Addiction Counseling HSV 2204 - Professional Issues in Substance Abuse Treatm...

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    763 PTA 1120 - Clinical Kinesiology PTA 1130 - PTA Pathophysiology 56,PTA 1140 - PTA Procedures I PTA 1520 - Therapeutic Exercise PTA 1530 - Orthopedics for PTA PTA 1540 - Clinical Neurology and Management PTA 1550 - Physical Agents PTA 2210 - Professional Issues RA...

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    764 SPAN 1104 - Spanish for Medical Professionals SPAN 2204 - Spanish Language in Film SUR 2001 - Intermediate Field Procedures SUR 2002 - Intermediate Surveying Topics SUR 2096-2996 - Special Topics THEA 1169 - Introduction to Stage Lighting