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A beginning course in the fundamental concepts of the visual arts; the language of form and the media of artistic expression. Readings and slide lectures supplemented by museum exhibition attendance. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 7: Arts and Design.

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50228056

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Heather  D  Wood - hdwood@unm.edu31

This course is designed to provide students with a fundamental working knowledge of the major trends in the aesthetic, conceptual, and technical aspects of photography from its beginnings in the 1830's to the recent practices of photographers and artists working with photographic technologies. Together we will investigate photography’s role as an artistic medium as a central focus, as well as its broader role in our visual, political, and social culture. Textbook readings, online lectures, discussions boards, exams, and other activities will assist students in gaining a critical understanding of photography.

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50128059

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Alexa  N  Wheeler - alexa08@unm.edu321

This course introduces the exploration of processes, ideas, and diverse media of visual arts. It addresses the thematic concepts that are central to the nature of art making today, with emphasis given to issues of LIGHT, FRAME, and MARK while developing an understanding of the elements and principles of design.

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50128855Online - StudioJulia  L  Lambright - julia123@unm.edu34
Fees: $ 25

This course introduces the making of photographic images from a broad viewpoint to consider both as an art practice and as a cultural practice. The course covers technical information on camera use and functionality, composition and visual design, digital workflow and editing, professional functions of manipulating and enhancing images, and printing correctly and effectively. The historical aspects of photography are also covered.

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50128063

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Studio
Michelle  P  Taylor - mpaigetaylor@unm.edu32

This course introduces the basic principles, materials, and skills of observational drawing. Emphasis is placed on rendering a 3-D subject on a 2-D surface with visual accuracy. Other topics include historical and contemporary references as well as an investigation of linear perspective, line, value, shape, space and composition.

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50128061Online - StudioJulia  L  Lambright - julia123@unm.edu310
Fees: $ 25

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T: Beg Functional Pottery
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501
28856Online - Topics Staff 3 Section Full
Fees: $ 25
T: Ancient Clay Techniques
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502
28857Online - Topics Staff 3 Section Full
Fees: $ 25

This course focuses on the expressive and conceptual aspects of painting, building on the observational, compositional, technical, and critical skills gained previously. Students will investigate a variety of approaches to subject matter, materials, and creative processes through in-class projects, related out-of-class assignments, library research or museum/gallery attendance, written responses, and critiques. Prerequisite: 1630.

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501
28064Online - Studio Staff 316
Fees: $ 25

A detailed study of the overhaul procedures on all current domestic automatic transmissions.

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501
28858Online - Lecture Staff 420

This introductory biology course for students interested in health science careers focuses on the concepts of chemistry, cell biology, metabolism, genetics, and regulation of gene expression. Not accepted toward the Biology major. Credit for both this course and BIOL 1110 may not be applied toward a degree program. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 3: Physical and Natural Sciences.

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50128143Online - LectureBenjamin  J  Flicker - benflicker@unm.edu32

This course is a laboratory that complements the concepts learned in the theory course. Students will learn skills involved in scientific measurement, microscopy, and mathematical analysis. Students will also perform experiments and data analysis related to cell structure and function, chemistry, enzyme activity, and genetics. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 3: Physical and Natural Sciences. Pre- or corequisite: 1140.

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50128157Online - LaboratoryBenjamin  J  Flicker - benflicker@unm.edu19
Fees: $ 30

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ST: Realizing Your Business
CANCELLED
501
28909Online - Topics Staff 330

Examination of information systems and their impact on commerce, education, and personal activities. Utilization of productivity tools for communications, data analysis, information management and decision-making. Course cannot apply to major or minor in Computer Science. Prerequisite: MATH 1215 or (MATH 1215X and MATH 1215Y and MATH 1215Z) or MATH 1220 or MATH 1230 or MATH 1240 or MATH 1430 or MATH 1440 or MATH 1512 or MATH 1522.

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50128262

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Steve  P  Castillo - stevenpc@unm.edu320
50228848

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Cheryl    Bernier - cbernier@unm.edu320

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501
27654Lecture/Practice Experience Staff 812
Fees: $ 50

This course covers qualitative and quantitative areas of non-organic general chemistry for non-science majors and some health professions. Students will learn and apply principles pertaining, but not limited to, atomic and molecular structure, the periodic table, acids and bases, mass relationships, and solutions. The laboratory component introduces students to techniques for obtaining and analyzing experimental observations pertaining to chemistry using diverse methods and equipment. Three lectures, 3 hours demo lab/recitation. Credit for both this course and CHEM 1215 may not be applied toward a degree program. Credit for both this course and CHEM 1217 may not be applied toward a degree program. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 3: Physical and Natural Sciences. Prerequisite: MATH 1215Z or MATH 1220 or MATH 1240 or MATH 1430 or MATH 1440 or MATH 1512 or MATH 1522 or MATH 2530 or ACT Math =>22 or SAT Math Section =>540.

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50128875Online - LectureJerry    Godbout - jgodbout@unm.edu413
Fees: $ 30

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50128849

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Gregory  A  Barnett - gregbarnett@unm.edu317

Macroeconomics is the study of national and global economies. Topics include output, unemployment and inflation; and how they are affected by financial systems, fiscal and monetary policies. Prerequisite for most upper-division courses. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 4: Social and Behavioral Sciences.

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50128285

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Mallika    Pung - mallikapung@unm.edu317

This course will provide a broad overview of microeconomics. Microeconomics is the study of issues specific to households, firms, or industries with an emphasis on the role of markets. Topics discussed will include household and firm behavior, demand and supply, government intervention, market structures, and the efficient allocation of resources.Prerequisite for most upper division courses. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 4: Social and Behavioral Sciences.

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501
28315Online - Lecture Staff 330

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ST: Online Curr Des & Instr
50129200

May 14, 2020 - Aug. 1, 2020
 Valencia Online  1

Open Learning - Topics
Elaine  W  Clark - ewclark@unm.edu314
ST: Blkbrd for Instr: Fndmtl
CANCELLED
502
28373Online - Topics Staff 130
ST: Online Curr Des & Instr
CANCELLED
503
28372Open Learning - Topics Staff 3 Section Full

Covers Composition I: Stretch I and II in one semester. In this course, students will read, write, and think about a variety of issues and texts. They will develop reading and writing skills that will help with the writing required in their fields of study and other personal and professional contexts. Students will learn to analyze rhetorical situations in terms of audience, contexts, purpose, mediums, and technologies and apply this knowledge to their reading and writing. They will also gain an understanding of how writing and other modes of communication work together for rhetorical purposes. Students will learn to analyze the rhetorical context of any writing task and compose with purpose, audience, and genre in mind. Students will reflect on their own writing processes, learn to workshop drafts with other writers, and practice techniques for writing, revising, and editing. Credit for both this course and ENGL 1110X may not be applied toward a degree program. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 1: Communication. Prerequisite: ACT English =16-25 or SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing =450-659 or ACCUPLACER Next-Generation Writing =>279.

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501
28378Online - Writing Staff 325
50228379

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Writing
Ana  N  June - anajune@unm.edu312

In this course, students will explore argument in multiple genres. Research and writing practices emphasize summary, analysis, evaluation, and integration of secondary sources. Students will analyze rhetorical situations in terms of audience, contexts, purpose, mediums, and technologies and apply this knowledge to their reading, writing, and research. Students will sharpen their understanding of how writing and other modes of communication work together for rhetorical purposes. The emphasis of this course will be on research methods. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 1: Communication. Prerequisite: 1110 or 1110Y or 1110Z or ACT English =26-28 or SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing =660-690.

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50128390

MW  12:00 PM - 2:45 PM
Valencia Remote Instruction  SCHEDULED

Online - Writing
Patricia  L  Gillikin - gillikin@unm.edu317
50228859

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Jami  L  Huntsinger - jamilynn@unm.edu36

In this course, students will examine a variety of literary genres, including fiction, poetry, and drama. Students will identify common literary elements in each genre, understanding how specific elements influence meaning. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 5: Humanities.

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50128391

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Jami  L  Huntsinger - jamilynn@unm.edu321

This course will introduce students to the different types of documents and correspondence that they will create in their professional careers. This course emphasizes the importance of audience, document design, and the use of technology in designing, developing, and delivering documents. This course will provide students with experience in professional correspondence and communicating technical information to a non-technical audience. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 1: Communication. Prerequisite: 1120 or ACT English =>29 or SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing =>700.

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50128395

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Writing
Heather  D  Wood - hdwood@unm.edu3 Section Full

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50128446

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Alexa  N  Wheeler - alexa08@unm.edu314

Interdisciplinary topics in fine arts.

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T: Beg Functional Pottery
CANCELLED
501
29251Online - Topics Staff 3 Section Full
Fees: $ 25
T: Ancient Clay Techniques
CANCELLED
502
29252Online - Topics Staff 316
Fees: $ 25

Real-time programming using event-driven game scripting languages in both commercial and open source gaming engines. Participation in both individual hands-on exercises and game development teamwork to design and build functional games using existing game engines. Prerequisite: 101.

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501
28860Online - Lecture Staff 430

Preparation in knowledge and skills related to consumers of health products and services.

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50128862

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Angelica  K  Boyle - akozicki@unm.edu122

This course is a chronological treatment of the history of the western world from ancient times to the early modern era. The elements of this course are designed to inform students on the major events and trends that are essential in the understanding of the development of western civilization within the context of world societies. Selective attention will be given to "non-western" civilizations which impact and influence the development of "western" civilization. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 5: Humanities.

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50128435

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Sue  E  Taylor - taylors@unm.edu39

The primary objective of this course is to serve as an introduction to the history of New Mexico from the pre-Columbian times to the present day. The elements of this course are designed to inform students on the major events and trends that are essential in the understanding of the development of New Mexico within the context of the Americas.

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50128861

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Scott  C  Kamen - skamen@unm.edu310

Various topics related to Information Technology. May be repeated for credit. No limit.

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T: Cellphone Photography
50128863

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Soledad    Garcia-King - sgking@unm.edu321

Students are placed in a business in order to gain on-the-job skills and knowledge. Prerequisite: approval of the instructor; enrolled in the last semester of the associate degree or certificate program.

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50129269

 Valencia Remote Instruction  ARRANGED

Online - Practice Experience
Laura    Musselwhite - lmusselwhite@unm.edu31

Includes signed numbers, solving linear equations, formulas, graphing, solving systems of equations and applications. Also covers exponents and polynomials, factoring, roots and radicals and quadratics. Satisfactory completion of MATH 100 meets prerequisite for MATH 120. Offered on a CR/NC basis only.

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50118585Online - Combined Lecture/LabPrecious    Andrew - pandrew@unm.edu417

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50128972

TR  9:00 AM - 11:45 AM
Valencia Remote Instruction  SCHEDULED

Online - Lecture
Ariel    Ramirez - aramirez8@unm.edu321

This course will develop students’ ability to work with and interpret numerical data, to apply logical and symbolic analysis to a variety of problems, and/or to model phenomena with mathematical or logical reasoning. Topics include financial mathematics used in everyday life situations, statistics, and optional topics from a wide array of authentic contexts. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 2: Mathematics and Statistics. Prerequisite: (118 and 119) or 1215 or (1215X and 1215Y and 1215Z) or 1220 or 1230 or 1240 or 1430 or 1440 or 1512 or 1522 or 2530 or ACT Math =>22 or SAT Math Section =>540 or ACCUPLACER Next-Generation Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra, and Statistics =>253.

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50128846

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Randall    Shaffer - shafferr@unm.edu319

A study of linear and quadratic functions, and an introduction to polynomial, absolute value, rational, radical, exponential, and logarithmic functions. A development of strategies for solving single-variable equations and contextual problems. Prerequisite: MATH 100 or ISM 100 or ACT Math =>19 or SAT Math Section =>480 or ACCUPLACER Arithmetic =>102 or ACCUPLACER Elementary Algebra =>41.

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50128543Online - LectureMichelle  M  Godfrey - shosho@unm.edu39

A study of linear and quadratic functions, and an introduction to polynomial, absolute value, rational, radical, exponential, and logarithmic functions. A development of strategies for solving single-variable equations and contextual problems. This is the first course in a three-part sequence. In order to receive transfer credit for MATH 1215, all courses in this sequence (MATH 1215X, MATH 1215Y, MATH 1215Z) must be taken and passed. Prerequisite: (MATH 021 and MATH 022) or MATH 100 or FYEX 1010 or ISM 100 or ACT Math =>17 or SAT Math Section =>460 or ACCUPLACER Next-Generation Advanced Algebra and Functions =218-238. Corequisite: 1215Y.

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50228515

MW  9:00 AM - 11:45 AM
Valencia Remote Instruction  SCHEDULED

Online - Lecture
Cynthia  L  Goodman - cyndia@unm.edu14

A study of linear and quadratic functions, and an introduction to polynomial, absolute value, rational, radical, exponential, and logarithmic functions. A development of strategies for solving single-variable equations and contextual problems. This is the second course in a three-part sequence. In order to receive transfer credit for MATH 1215, all courses in this sequence (MATH 1215X, MATH 1215Y, MATH 1215Z) must be taken and passed. Prerequisite: 1215X.

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50228523

MW  9:00 AM - 11:45 AM
Valencia Remote Instruction  SCHEDULED

Online - Lecture
Cynthia  L  Goodman - cyndia@unm.edu12

A study of linear and quadratic functions, and an introduction to polynomial, absolute value, rational, radical, exponential, and logarithmic functions. A development of strategies for solving single-variable equations and contextual problems. This is the third course in a three-part sequence. In order to receive transfer credit for MATH 1215, all courses in this sequence (MATH 1215X, MATH 1215Y, MATH 1215Z) must be taken and passed. Pre- or corequisite: 1215Y.

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50228532

MW  9:00 AM - 11:45 AM
Valencia Remote Instruction  SCHEDULED

Online - Lecture
Cynthia  L  Goodman - cyndia@unm.edu15

Preparation for 1240 and 1430. The study of equations, functions and graphs, reviewing linear and quadratic functions, and concentrating on polynomial, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions. Emphasizes algebraic problem solving skills and graphical representation of functions. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 2: Mathematics and Statistics. Prerequisite: (118 and 119) or 1215 or (1215X and 1215Y and 1215Z) or ACT Math =>22 or SAT Math Section =>540 or ACCUPLACER Next-Generation Advanced Algebra and Functions =239-248.

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501
28557Online - Lecture Staff 3 Section Full
50228558

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Andisheh    Dadashi - andisheh@unm.edu36

A study of plane trigonometry including the definitions of the fundamental trig functions using right angle triangle and unit circle approaches. Trig functions of any real number will be evaluated and the functions graphed along with their transformations. Trigonometric identities will be developed and demonstrated including multiple angle identities and identities developed from them. Inverse trigonometric functions will be developed and used to solve trigonometric equations. Trigonometric applications will be solved using right angle trigonometry and the laws of sines and cosines. Trigonometric methods will be applied to complex numbers and the use of 2D vectors and vector dot products.May be taken concurrently with 1240. Prerequisite: 1220 or ACT Math =>25 or SAT Math Section =>590 or ACCUPLACER Next-Generation Advanced Algebra and Functions =249-283.

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50128566Online - LectureIan  M  Burch - ianburch@unm.edu316

This course extends students’ knowledge of polynomial, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions to new contexts, including rates of change, limits, systems of equations, conic sections, and sequences and series. May be taken concurrently with 1230. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 2: Mathematics and Statistics. Prerequisite: 1220 or ACT Math =>25 or SAT Math Section =>590 or ACCUPLACER Next-Generation Advanced Algebra and Functions =249-283.

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50128575Online - LectureIan  M  Burch - ianburch@unm.edu319

This course discusses the fundamentals of descriptive and inferential statistics. Students will gain introductions to topics such as descriptive statistics, probability and basic probability models used in statistics, sampling and statistical inference, and techniques for the visual presentation of numerical data. These concepts will be illustrated by examples from a variety of fields. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 2: Mathematics and Statistics. Prerequisite: (118 and 119) or 1215 or (1215X and 1215Y) or 1220 or 1230 or 1240 or 1430 or 1440 or 1512 or 1522 or 2530 or ACT Math =>22 or SAT Math Section =>540 or ACCUPLACER Next-Generation Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra, and Statistics =>253.

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50128358

W  10:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Valencia Remote Instruction  SCHEDULED

Online - Lecture
Andisheh    Dadashi - andisheh@unm.edu321
50228357

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Nicklos    Lucas - nlucas@unm.edu35

Limits. Continuity. Derivative: definition, rules, geometric interpretation and as rate-of-change, applications to graphing, linearization and optimization. Integral: definition, fundamental theorem of calculus, substitution, applications such as areas, volumes, work, averages. Credit for both this course and MATH 1430 may not be applied toward a degree program. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 2: Mathematics and Statistics. Prerequisite: (1230 and 1240) or 1250 or ACT Math =>28 or SAT Math Section =>640 or ACCUPLACER Next-Generation Advanced Algebra and Functions =>284.

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50128847

 Valencia Remote Instruction  ARRANGED

Online - Lecture
Gregory  A  Barnett - gregbarnett@unm.edu425

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T: Critical Thinking for Math
50128864Online - TopicsMichelle  M  Godfrey - shosho@unm.edu217

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501
28865Online - Lecture Staff 325

This course is an introduction to human pathophysiology focusing on forming a basic understanding of pathophysiology for students. Pre- or corequisite: BIOL 2210.

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50126645

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Deann  M  Jonas - dmjonas@unm.edu37

This course provides an overview of nutrients, including requirements, digestion, absorption, transport, function in the body and food sources. Dietary guidelines intended to promote long-term health are stressed. Prerequisite: BIOL 1140 or BIOL 2110C or CHEM 1120C or (CHEM 1215 and CHEM 1215L).

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50128501

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Jennifer  H  Pippin - jhpippin@unm.edu32

The purpose of this course is to teach students how to analyze, critique, and construct arguments. The course includes an introductory survey of important logical concepts and tools needed for argument analysis. These concepts and tools will be use to examine select philosophical and scholarly texts. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 1: Communication.

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50128868

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Daniel    Murphy - dmurphy5@unm.edu319

Introduction to five areas of yoga which are particularly significant to the Western World.

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50128493Online - LaboratoryAlice    Chouinard-Welk - algal@unm.edu15
Fees: $ 10

Instruction and practice in techniques to enhance body awareness, reduce stress, improve balance and increase strength.

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CANCELLED
501
28491Online - Laboratory Staff 120
Fees: $ 10

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T: Beginning Kung Fu
CANCELLED
501
28488Laboratory Staff 120
Fees: $ 10

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T: Intermediate Golf
CANCELLED
501
28486Laboratory Staff 112

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T: Intro to Fitness
50128484

 Valencia Remote Instruction  ARRANGED

Online - Laboratory
Andre  B  Bird - anbird@unm.edu145
Fees: $ 10
T: Boot Camp Fitness
CANCELLED
502
28483Laboratory Staff 120
Fees: $ 10
T: Exercise Balls, Bands, More
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503
28866Online - Laboratory Staff 115
Fees: $ 10
T: Tai Chi II
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504
28867Online - Laboratory Staff 120
Fees: $ 10

This course will introduce students to the concepts, theories, significant findings, methodologies, and terminology that apply to the field of psychology. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 4: Social and Behavioral Sciences.

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50128470Online - LectureRonald  A  Salazar - rasalaz@unm.edu323
50228469

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Cheryl    Bryan - cbryan@unm.edu317

Study of human physical and psychological change and stability from a lifespan development perspective. Prerequisite: 1110.

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50128466

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Cheryl    Bryan - cbryan@unm.edu314

An introductory level language course in the language of the American Deaf Culture. Content includes ASL vocabulary and conversational skills; linguistic features of ASL; and skills in narrative/storytelling. In‐class activities, comprehension and expressive examinations, narrative and storytelling assignments in addition to semester projects are venues for students to demonstrate their learning. In addition, Deaf Culture and Deaf Community issues are addressed.

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50128429Online - LectureMargie  J  Zamora - mvillell@unm.edu312

This course will introduce students to the basic concepts and theories of sociology, as well as to the methods utilized in sociological research. The course will address how sociological concepts and theories can be utilized to analyze and interpret our social world, and how profoundly our society and the groups to which students belong influence them. Students will be given the opportunity to challenge their “taken for granted” or “common sense” understandings about society, social institutions, and social issues. Special attention will also be paid to the intimate connections between their personal lives and the larger structural features of social life. In addition, the implications of social inequalities, such as race/ethnicity, gender, and social class will be central to the course’s examination of social life in the United States. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 4: Social and Behavioral Sciences.

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50128424

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Jeremy  E  Baker - profjebaker@unm.edu315

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50128869

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Julia  W  So - juliaso@unm.edu317

Designed for students with little exposure to Spanish, this course develops basic listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills and basic intercultural competence in interpretive, interpersonal and presentational modes of communication at the Novice Level of proficiency based on ACTFL guidelines. During this course, students perform better and stronger in the Novice-Mid level while some abilities emerge in the Novice High range. This is an introductory course aimed at helping the student to communicate in Spanish in everyday familiar situations via recognition and production of practiced or memorized words, phrases, and simple sentences. Meets University of New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 6: Second Language.

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501
28413Online - Lecture Staff 330
50228412

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Douglas  W  Deane - diegodeane@unm.edu312
50328411

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Soledad    Garcia-King - sgking@unm.edu34

Designed for students with some degree of exposure to Spanish in high school and/or at home, this course continues to develop basic listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills and basic intercultural competence in interpretive, interpersonal and presentational modes of communication at the Novice High Level of proficiency based on ACTFL guidelines, although a few abilities may emerge in the Intermediate Low Level. Students in this course communicate in Spanish in familiar topics using a variety of words, phrases, simple sentences and questions that have been highly practiced and memorized. Meets University of New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 6: Second Language.

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501
28870Online - Lecture Staff 330
50228368

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Lorena    Galvan - lgalvan2@unm.edu322

This course will introduce the student to gas welding process. The student will learn to handle and use the acetylene gas form of welding.

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501
28871Lecture Staff 420

Utilizes advanced Arc and oxyacetylene welding skills and techniques on ferrous pipe in a rotating and/or a fixed position. Emphasis is placed on the open groove pipe joint. Course will include alignment techniques, oxyacetylene cutting of pipe, pre-heat interpass temperatures, and mechanical preparation of the joints.

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501
28872Lecture Staff 420

An introduction to financial accounting concepts emphasizing the analysis of business transactions in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP), the effect of these transactions on the financial statements, financial analysis, and the interrelationships of the financial statements.

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50166745

 Valencia Online  1

T  1:30 PM - 2:45 PM
Valencia Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Stephen  E  Takach - set@unm.edu310

Anthropology is the systematic study of the humanity both past and present. The course introduces students to the four subfields of anthropology, which include archaeology, biological, linguistic and cultural anthropology. Students will learn about the concepts and methods that anthropologists use to study our species and gain a broader perspective on the human experience. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 4: Social and Behavioral Sciences.

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50163743Online - LectureAndrew  W  Carey - acarey1@unm.edu325

This is an introductory course which provides an overview of the discipline of Linguistic Anthropology. The course will discuss the implications of language within anthropology, as well as within the sciences and social sciences more generally. The course explores the core concepts and methods of linguistic anthropology, such as the basic structure of language, first and second language acquisition, bilingualism, and social and regional variations that are used to help students understand what it means to be human and the role of language in human societies. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 4: Social and Behavioral Sciences.

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50169917

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Andrew  W  Carey - acarey1@unm.edu324

A beginning course in the fundamental concepts of the visual arts; the language of form and the media of artistic expression. Readings and slide lectures supplemented by museum exhibition attendance. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 7: Arts and Design.

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501
64964Lecture Staff 3 Section Full
50266758

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Alexa  N  Wheeler - alexa08@unm.edu314
50366759

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Heather  D  Wood - hdwood@unm.edu329

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50164015

TR  4:30 PM - 5:45 PM
Vocational/Career Tech Center  103

Lecture
Thomas  D  Richardson - tomrich@unm.edu318

Survey of arts management terms and concepts with an emphasis on the creative workforce and economy, business of art, nonprofit management, and arts career development strategies. Students develop a career plan that informs their academic directions.

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50170111

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture/Practice Experience
Alexa  N  Wheeler - alexa08@unm.edu323

This course introduces the exploration of processes, ideas, and diverse media of visual arts. It addresses the thematic concepts that are central to the nature of art making today, with emphasis given to issues of LIGHT, FRAME, and MARK while developing an understanding of the elements and principles of design.

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50164090

 Valencia Online  1

Hybrid - Studio
Sarah  L  Heyward - sheyward@unm.edu312
Fees: $ 25

This course introduces the technical processes and conceptual concerns of working with ceramic material. Various methods of forming functional and expressive works out of clay are explored. Methods used include handbuilding and throwing, basic clay bodies, slip and glaze, and atmospheric firing.

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50164100

TR  10:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Valencia Business & Technology  150

Web Enhanced - Studio
Janice  C  Pacifico - jpacific@unm.edu36
Fees: $ 25

This course will be an introduction to the computer as a medium and fine art tool. The course will explore the history, theory, and contemporary art issues associated with electronic art practice, as well as introduce students to the basic tools and associated technologies. This studio course will introduce simple electronics, software and ideas for working with sound, video, and the Internet to create artwork.

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50167101

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Studio
Alexa  N  Wheeler - alexa08@unm.edu31
Fees: $ 25

This course introduces the basic principles, materials, and skills of observational drawing. Emphasis is placed on rendering a 3-D subject on a 2-D surface with visual accuracy. Other topics include historical and contemporary references as well as an investigation of linear perspective, line, value, shape, space and composition.

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501
64083Studio Staff 316
Fees: $ 25
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502
71196Studio Staff 316
Fees: $ 25
50371252

 Valencia Online  1

Studio
Sarah  L  Heyward - sheyward@unm.edu39
Fees: $ 25

This course introduces the tradition of painting as a medium for artistic expression. Students will investigate materials, tools, techniques, history and concepts of painting. Emphasis is placed on developing descriptive and perceptual skills, color theory, and composition. Prerequisite: 1610.

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501
64131Studio Staff 316
Fees: $ 25
50271197

 Valencia Online  1

Hybrid - Studio
Sarah  L  Heyward - sheyward@unm.edu313
Fees: $ 25

This course provides direct experience of exploring basic printmaking processes, including relief, intaglio, and monoprint processes, as well as the investigation of materials/media, tools, techniques, history, and concepts of printmaking. Emphasis is given to solving problems through thematic development while producing a portfolio of prints. Prerequisite: 1610.

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501
70112Studio Staff 3 Section Full
Fees: $ 25

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T: Adv Throwing Techniques
50170113

S  1:30 PM - 4:00 PM
Valencia Business & Technology  150

Topics
Janice  C  Pacifico - jpacific@unm.edu312
Fees: $ 25
T: Ancient Clay Techniques
50270114

F  10:30 AM - 3:30 PM
Valencia Business & Technology  150

Topics
Janice  C  Pacifico - jpacific@unm.edu314
Fees: $ 25
T: Crystal Glaze
50370115

F  10:30 AM - 3:30 PM
Valencia Business & Technology  150

Topics
Janice  C  Pacifico - jpacific@unm.edu314
Fees: $ 25

The course is dedicated to teaching how to visualize ideas within the photographic medium by combining theoretical content and aesthetic form to create a conceptually rich body of work. It explores advanced digital photography, including perfecting use of the camera and relevant digital software, and honing inkjet printing skills. We will explore new techniques and workflows, and use them to respond to a variety of themes and concerns. We will look at a number of contemporary photographic practitioners, and discuss a multitude of historical and contemporary approaches to the same ideas we will be probing. Prerequisite: 1410.

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50164120

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Studio
Michelle  P  Taylor - mpaigetaylor@unm.edu38
Fees: $ 25

This course introduces color and colored media as an element of composition while emphasizing descriptive and perceptual drawing skills and conceptual approaches to contemporary drawing. Prerequisite: 1610. {Fall, Spring}

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50170116

TR  4:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Valencia Business & Technology  106

Studio
Valdis    Garoza - vgaroza@unm.edu313
Fees: $ 25

This course surveys observations, theories, and methods of modern astronomy. The course is predominantly for non-science majors, aiming to provide a conceptual understanding of the universe and the basic physics that governs it. Due to the broad coverage of this course, the specific topics and concepts treated may vary. Commonly presented subjects include the general movements of the sky and history of astronomy, followed by an introduction to basic physics concepts like Newton's and Kepler's laws of motion. The course may also provide modern details and facts about celestial bodies in our solar system, as well as differentiation between them: Terrestrial and Jovian planets, exoplanets, the practical meaning of "dwarf planets", asteroids, comets, and Kuiper Belt and Trans-Neptunian Objects. Beyond this we may study stars and galaxies, star clusters, nebulae, black holes, clusters of galaxies and dark matter. Finally, we may study cosmology, the structure and history of the universe. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 3: Physical and Natural Sciences.

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50166882

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Staff 317

Includes hands-on exercises that work to reinforce concepts covered in the lecture, and may include additional components that introduce students to the night sky. Two hours lab. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 3: Physical and Natural Sciences. Pre- or corequisite: 1115.

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50166883

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Laboratory
Staff 124

Designed to expose the student to the automotive industry, its tools, and specific language. The student will receive an overview in the systems related to automotive technology, and safety measures.

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50166762

MW  3:30 PM - 5:10 PM
Off Campus - Valencia  ONE

Lecture
Joe  A  Chavez - janthonychavez@unm.edu317

Intended to give the student a background in testing and diagnosis of electronic, electrical and fuel systems found in current automobiles.

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50170117

TR  3:30 PM - 5:10 PM
Off Campus - Valencia  ONE

Lecture
Joe  A  Chavez - janthonychavez@unm.edu417

The student will work on the campus in an assignment involving a variety of tasks equivalent to the functions and responsibilities of the line mechanic or parts counter person.

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50168410

   

Practice Experience
Joe  A  Chavez - janthonychavez@unm.edu35

This course introduces non-science majors to basic biological concepts including, but not limited to, the properties of life, biochemistry, cell biology, molecular biology, evolution, biodiversity, and ecology. Three lectures. Credit for both this course and BIOL 1140 may not be applied toward a degree program. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 3: Physical and Natural Sciences.

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501
64224Lecture Staff 3 Section Full
50264233

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Victor  E  French - vfrench@unm.edu316

This laboratory course for non-science majors compliments the concepts covered in the associated general biology lecture course. Students will learn quantitative skills involved in scientific measurement and data analysis. Students will also perform experiments related to topics such as biochemistry, cell structure and function, molecular biology, evolution, taxonomic classification and phylogeny, biodiversity, and ecology. One 3-hour lab per week including plant and animal diversity, techniques and investigation of current issues. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 3: Physical and Natural Sciences. Pre- or corequisite: 1110.

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501
64397Laboratory Staff 1 Section Full
Fees: $ 30
50264400

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Laboratory
Victor  E  French - vfrench@unm.edu120

This introductory biology course for students interested in health science careers focuses on the concepts of chemistry, cell biology, metabolism, genetics, and regulation of gene expression. Not accepted toward the Biology major. Credit for both this course and BIOL 1110 may not be applied toward a degree program. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 3: Physical and Natural Sciences.

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50166764

M  10:30 AM - 11:45 AM
Valencia Health Sciences  101

 Valencia Online  1

Lecture
Tammi  R  Duncan - TrDuncan@salud.unm.edu31
50264312

 Valencia Online  1

T  3:00 PM - 4:15 PM
Valencia Health Sciences  101

Lecture
Tammi  R  Duncan - TrDuncan@salud.unm.edu33

This course is a laboratory that complements the concepts learned in the theory course. Students will learn skills involved in scientific measurement, microscopy, and mathematical analysis. Students will also perform experiments and data analysis related to cell structure and function, chemistry, enzyme activity, and genetics. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 3: Physical and Natural Sciences. Pre- or corequisite: 1140.

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50164386

M  12:00 PM - 2:45 PM
Valencia Arts & Sciences  135

Laboratory
Tammi  R  Duncan - TrDuncan@salud.unm.edu1 Section Full
Waitlist: 11
Fees: $ 30
50264392

T  4:30 PM - 7:15 PM
Valencia Arts & Sciences  135

Laboratory
Tammi  R  Duncan - TrDuncan@salud.unm.edu11
Fees: $ 30
50364394

R  12:00 PM - 2:45 PM
Valencia Arts & Sciences  135

Laboratory
Tammi  R  Duncan - TrDuncan@salud.unm.edu12
Fees: $ 30

This course introduces students to major topics in general biology. This courses focuses on the principles of structure and function of living things at the molecular, cellular and organismic levels of organization. Major topics included are introduction to the scientific process, chemistry of cells, organization of cells, cellular respiration, photosynthesis, cell division, DNA replication, transcription, and translation. Students who completed AP Chemistry in high school should see the instructor of record or a Biology department advisor. Prerequisite: (CHEM 1215 or CHEM 1217) and CHEM 1215L.

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50166765

R  10:30 AM - 11:45 AM
Valencia Health Sciences  110

TR  9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Valencia Arts & Sciences  140

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Benjamin  J  Flicker - benflicker@unm.edu4 Section Full
Waitlist: 12
Fees: $ 30

This course is the first of two that serve as an introduction to human anatomy and physiology for Biology majors and allied health students. The course entails describing, explaining, and analyzing structure and function from the submicroscopic to the organismal level with emphasis on anatomic, directional, and sectional terminology, basic cellular structure and metabolism, tissue differentiation and characteristics, and organ system structure and function; Specifically the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems. Three lectures. Prerequisite: ((1140 and 1140L) or 2110C) and (CHEM 1120C or CHEM 1215).

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50166766

 Valencia Online  1

T  1:30 PM - 2:45 PM
Valencia Health Sciences  101

Lecture
Melanie  Y  Sanchez Dinwiddie - melasanc@unm.edu3 Section Full
Waitlist: 19

This is the first in a series of two laboratory courses designed to introduce laboratory practices and techniques for human anatomy and physiology, from the basic cell structure through the organ system level; specifically the integumentary, skeletal, muscle, and nervous systems. Three hours lab. Pre- or corequisite: 2210.

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50166767

R  10:30 AM - 1:15 PM
Valencia Health Sciences  113

Web Enhanced - Laboratory
Melanie  Y  Sanchez Dinwiddie - melasanc@unm.edu1 Section Full
Waitlist: 11
Fees: $ 30

This course is the second of two that serve as an introduction to human anatomy and physiology for biology majors and allied health students. The course entails describing, explaining, and analyzing structure and function from the submicroscopic to the organismal level with emphasis on specific cellular, tissue, and organ structure and physiology, and organ system structure and function; specifically the endocrine, cardiovascular, respiratory, urinary, and reproductive systems. Additionally, an analysis of these concepts is included: fluid and electrolyte balance, pregnancy, growth and development from zygote to newborn, and heredity. Three lectures. Prerequisite: 2210.

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50164378

 Valencia Online  1

T  9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Valencia Health Sciences  101

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Melanie  Y  Sanchez Dinwiddie - melasanc@unm.edu3 Section Full
Waitlist: 16

This course introduces the basic principles of microbial structure, genetics, and physiology, virology, parasitology, disease, pathogenicity, epidemiology and immunology. Only some emphasis is given to basic biological principles. The course is designed for those obtaining a career in the health sciences. Not accepted toward the Biology major or minor. Credit for both this course and BIOL **351/**352L may not be applied toward a degree program. Prerequisite: ((1140 and 1140L) or 2110C) and (CHEM 1120C or (CHEM 1215 and CHEM 1215L)).

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50164996

MW  9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Valencia Health Sciences  101

W  10:30 AM - 1:15 PM
Valencia Health Sciences  110

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Benjamin  J  Flicker - benflicker@unm.edu4 Section Full
Waitlist: 10
Fees: $ 35

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T: Undergraduate Research I
50166769

M  1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
Valencia Health Sciences  110

Topics
Victor  E  French - vfrench@unm.edu28
T: Prosection I
CANCELLED
502
70118Topics Staff 1 Section Full
T: Research Topics I
50368544

   

Web Enhanced - Topics
Benjamin  J  Flicker - benflicker@unm.edu18

This course covers those topics, which would be relevant to the role of human resource department in today’s firm. Topics include: human resource management, compensation and benefits, labor relations, E.E.O., affirmative action, employment and placement, training and development, and other related topics.

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501
65391Online - Lecture Staff 3 Section Full

Fundamental concepts and terminology of business including areas such as management, marketing, accounting, economics, personnel, and finance; and the global environment in which they operate.

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50164188

 Valencia Online  1

T  12:00 PM - 1:15 PM
Valencia Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Stephen  E  Takach - set@unm.edu32

Examination of information systems and their impact on commerce, education, and personal activities. Utilization of productivity tools for communications, data analysis, information management and decision-making. Course cannot apply to major or minor in Computer Science. Prerequisite: MATH 1215 or (MATH 1215X and MATH 1215Y and MATH 1215Z) or MATH 1220 or MATH 1230 or MATH 1240 or MATH 1430 or MATH 1440 or MATH 1512 or MATH 1522.

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50164661

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Cheryl    Bernier - cbernier@unm.edu320
Fees: $ 15
50264662

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Steve  P  Castillo - stevenpc@unm.edu328
Fees: $ 15

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50170196

TR  4:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Valencia Health Sciences  115

Lecture/Practice Experience
Dana    Tapia - datapia@unm.edu84
Fees: $ 50

A unique preparatory course for CHEM 1215 and your subsequent chemistry courses. It has a dual purpose; firstly, to help you obtain a solid foundation in the chemical concepts that are essential to your future chemistry and science classes, and secondly to optimize your set of learning skills to help you learn more efficiently, demonstrate your knowledge and succeed in your future fast-paced high-level science courses.

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CANCELLED
501
70156Lecture Staff 3 Section Full

This course covers qualitative and quantitative areas of non-organic general chemistry for non-science majors and some health professions. Students will learn and apply principles pertaining, but not limited to, atomic and molecular structure, the periodic table, acids and bases, mass relationships, and solutions. The laboratory component introduces students to techniques for obtaining and analyzing experimental observations pertaining to chemistry using diverse methods and equipment. Three lectures, 3 hours demo lab/recitation. Credit for both this course and CHEM 1215 may not be applied toward a degree program. Credit for both this course and CHEM 1217 may not be applied toward a degree program. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 3: Physical and Natural Sciences. Prerequisite: MATH 1215Z or MATH 1220 or MATH 1240 or MATH 1430 or MATH 1440 or MATH 1512 or MATH 1522 or MATH 2530 or ACT Math =>22 or SAT Math Section =>540.

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50166852

T  1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Valencia Online  1

TR  12:00 PM - 1:15 PM
Valencia Online  1

Lecture
Jerry    Godbout - jgodbout@unm.edu411
50266853

M  9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Valencia Arts & Sciences  129

M  10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Valencia Arts & Sciences  128

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Piotr  T  Filipczak - pfilipczak@unm.edu43

This course is intended to serve as an introduction to general chemistry for students enrolled in science, engineering, and certain pre-professional programs. Students will be introduced to several fundamental concepts, including mole, concentration, heat, atomic and molecular structure, periodicity, bonding, physical states, stoichiometry, and reactions. Credit for both this course and CHEM 1120C may not be applied toward a degree program. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 3: Physical and Natural Sciences. Prerequisite: ((1105 or ACT Math =>22 or SAT Math Section =>540) and ALEKS1 =>50%) or MATH 1220 or MATH 1230 or MATH 1240 or MATH 1250 or MATH 1430 or MATH 1440 or MATH 1512 or MATH 1522 or MATH 2530 or ACT Math =>25 or SAT Math Section =>590. Pre- or corequisite: 1215L.

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50164767

 Valencia Online  1

T  9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Valencia Arts & Sciences  133

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Piotr  T  Filipczak - pfilipczak@unm.edu31

The first-semester laboratory course designed to complement the theory and concepts presented in lecture. The laboratory component will introduce students to techniques for obtaining and analyzing experimental observations pertaining to chemistry using diverse methods and equipment. Prerequisite: ((1105 or ACT Math =>22 or SAT Math Section =>540) and ALEKS1 =>50%) or MATH 1220 or MATH 1230 or MATH 1240 or MATH 1250 or MATH 1430 or MATH 1440 or MATH 1512 or MATH 1522 or MATH 2530 or ACT Math=>25 or SAT Math Section =>590. Pre- or corequisite: 1215 or 1217.

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50264886

T  10:30 AM - 1:15 PM
Valencia Arts & Sciences  128

Web Enhanced - Laboratory
Piotr  T  Filipczak - pfilipczak@unm.edu1 Section Full
Waitlist: 12
Fees: $ 30
50366773

R  10:30 AM - 1:15 PM
Valencia Arts & Sciences  128

Web Enhanced - Laboratory
Piotr  T  Filipczak - pfilipczak@unm.edu11
Fees: $ 30

This course is intended to serve as a continuation of general chemistry principles for students enrolled in science, engineering, and certain pre-professional programs. The course includes, but is not limited to a theoretical and quantitative coverage of solutions and their properties, kinetics, chemical equilibrium, acids and bases, entropy and free energy, electrochemistry, and nuclear chemistry. Additional topics may include (as time permits) organic, polymer, atmospheric, and biochemistry. Credit for both this course and CHEM 1227 may not be applied toward a degree program. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 3: Physical and Natural Sciences. Prerequisite: ((1215 or 1217) and 1215L) or ALEKS2 =>50%. Pre- or corequisite: 1225L.

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50164774

MW  9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Valencia Online  1

Lecture
Jerry    Godbout - jgodbout@unm.edu310

The second of a two-semester sequence of laboratory courses designed to complement the theory and concepts presented in lecture. The laboratory component will introduce students to techniques for obtaining and analyzing experimental observations pertaining to chemistry using diverse methods and equipment. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 3: Physical and Natural Sciences. Prerequisite: ((1215 or 1217) and 1215L) or ALEKS2 =>50%. Pre- or corequisite: 1225 or 1227.

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50164810

W  10:30 AM - 1:15 PM
Valencia Arts & Sciences  128

Laboratory
Jerry    Godbout - jgodbout@unm.edu1 Section Full
Waitlist: 11
Fees: $ 30

This course introduces the theory and fundamental principles of public speaking, emphasizing audience analysis, reasoning, the use of evidence, and effective delivery. Students will study principles of communication theory and rhetoric and apply them in the analysis, preparation and presentation of speeches, including informative, persuasive, and impromptu speeches. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 1: Communication.

Sections
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50170123

MW  12:00 PM - 1:15 PM
Vocational/Career Tech Center  103

Web Enhanced - Lecture/Practice Experience
Lizbeth  D  Axelrod - laxelrod@unm.edu37
50264723Lecture/Practice ExperienceCrystle    LaCroix - historiesinrust@unm.edu321
50364724Lecture/Practice ExperienceCrystle    LaCroix - historiesinrust@unm.edu327

This course is designed for students interested in developing computer-aided drafting skills. It consists of both lecture and system operation assignments. Lecture/lab: 3 hours. Restriction: permission of instructor.

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50170119

TR  10:30 AM - 11:45 AM
Valencia Business & Technology  118

Lecture
Thomas  S  Vliet - tvliet@unm.edu37
Fees: $ 15

Introduction to Computer Programming is a gentle and fun introduction. Students will use a modern Integrated Development Environment to author small programs in a high level language that do interesting things.

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CANCELLED
501
69876Hybrid - Lecture Staff 3 Section Full
Fees: $ 15

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50166776

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Gregory  A  Barnett - gregbarnett@unm.edu323
Fees: $ 15

An introduction to the art of computing. The course objectives are understanding the relationships between computation, problem solving, and programming using high-level languages. Prerequisite: 105L or 108L or 151L or ECE 131L.

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50169878

MW  9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Valencia Online  1

Lecture
Gregory  A  Barnett - gregbarnett@unm.edu311
Fees: $ 15

This course provides an overall exploration of the historical development and structure of the United States criminal justice system, with emphasis on how the varied components of the justice system intertwine to protect and preserve individual rights. The course covers critical analysis of criminal justice processes and the ethical, legal, and political factors affecting the exercise of discretion by criminal justice professionals.

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50169920

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Jeremy  E  Baker - profjebaker@unm.edu39

This course covers the diversity of the informal and formal juvenile justice system, the process of identifying delinquent behavior, the importance of legislation, law enforcement, courts, diversion, referrals, and juvenile correctional facilities.

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50170120

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
James    Gadberry - jgadberry@unm.edu329

The course will explore the crime problem, its context, and especially to explain causes of crime. The course will cover foundations for criminology, theories of crime, and types of crime. The first half of the class will be lectures on crime and criminology, the nature and extent of crime, and victims and victimization. The second part of the class will be lectures on rational choice theories, trait theories, social structure theories, social conflict, developmental theories, social structure theories of crime, social process theories of crime, social reaction theories of crime. The third part will cover lectures in interpersonal violence, political crime and terrorism, property crime, enterprise crime, public order crime. The class will also be devoted to discussion groups who will be assigned special discussion questions related to the chapter being discussed. Discussion groups will give opportunity to students to use communication skills with each other as they work as a team to resolve a question/problem. The instructor will use handouts, films and guest speakers as additional information on topics.

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50169921

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
James    Gadberry - jgadberry@unm.edu39

This course covers the structures and functions of American trial and appellate courts, including the roles of attorneys, judges, and other court personnel, the formal and informal process of applying constitutional law, rules of evidence, case law and an understanding of the logic used by the courts.

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50170121

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Cynthia  M  Armijo - cyarmijo@unm.edu329

This class will be a basic introduction to the corrections system in the United States, to include the process of an offender in the system and the responsibilities and duties of guards.

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50170122

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Cynthia  M  Armijo - cyarmijo@unm.edu330

This basic course in the growth, development, and learning of young children, prenatal through age eight, provides students with the theoretical foundation for becoming competent early childhood professionals. The course includes knowledge of how young children grow, develop and learn. Major theories of child development are integrated with all domains of development, including biological-physical, social, cultural, emotional, cognitive and language. The adult’s role in supporting each child’s growth, development and learning is emphasized.

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50165190LectureTeresa  A  Goodhue - tgoodhue@unm.edu325

This course provides information related to standards and practices that promote children’s physical and mental well-being sound nutritional practices, and maintenance of safe learning environments. It includes information for developing sound health and safety management procedures for indoor and outdoor learning environments for young children. The course examines the many scheduling factors that are important for children’s total development, healthy nutrition, physical activity, and rest.

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50166214

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Deidre  J  Stebleton - dsteblet@unm.edu219

This basic course familiarizes students with a variety of culturally appropriate assessment methods and instruments, including systematic observation of typically and non-typically developing children. The course addresses the development and use of formative and summative assessment and evaluation instruments to ensure comprehensive quality of the total environment for children, families, and the community. Students will develop skills for evaluating the assessment process and involving other teachers, professionals and families in the process.

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50170124LectureTeresa  A  Goodhue - tgoodhue@unm.edu321

This beginning course examines the involvement of families and communities from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds in early childhood programs. Ways to establish collaborative relationships with families in early childhood settings is discussed. Families’ goals and desires for their children will be supported through culturally responsive strategies.

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50165226

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Teresa  A  Goodhue - tgoodhue@unm.edu317

This course is designed to prepare early childhood professionals for promoting children’s emergent literacy and reading development. Through a developmental approach, the course addresses ways in which early childhood professionals can foster young children’s oral language development, phonemic awareness, and literacy problem solving skills, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension. This course provides the foundation for early childhood professionals to become knowledgeable about literacy development in young children. Instructional approaches and theory-based and research based strategies to support the emergent literacy and reading skills of native speakers and English language learners will be presented.

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50170125

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Teresa  A  Goodhue - tgoodhue@unm.edu322

The beginning curriculum course places play at the center of curriculum in developmentally appropriate early childhood programs. It addresses content that is relevant for children birth through age four in developmentally and culturally sensitive ways of integrating content into teaching and learning experiences. Information on adapting content areas to meet the needs of children with special needs and the development of IFSPs is included. Curriculum development in all areas, including literacy, numeracy, the arts, health, science, social skills, and adaptive learning for children, birth through age four, is emphasized. Corequisite: 2121.

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50165232LectureTeresa  A  Goodhue - tgoodhue@unm.edu326

The field based component of this course will provide experiences that address curriculum content that is relevant for children birth through age four in developmentally and culturally sensitive ways of integrating content into teaching and learning experiences. Information on adapting content areas to meet the needs of children with special needs and the development of IFSPs is included. Curriculum development in all areas, including literacy, numeracy, the arts, health, science, social skills, and adaptive learning for children, birth through age four, is emphasized. Prerequisite: 1110. Corequisite: 2120.

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50165235

   

Practice Experience
Teresa  A  Goodhue - tgoodhue@unm.edu211

Macroeconomics is the study of national and global economies. Topics include output, unemployment and inflation; and how they are affected by financial systems, fiscal and monetary policies. Prerequisite for most upper-division courses. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 4: Social and Behavioral Sciences.

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50165258

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Mallika    Pung - mallikapung@unm.edu322

This course will provide a broad overview of microeconomics. Microeconomics is the study of issues specific to households, firms, or industries with an emphasis on the role of markets. Topics discussed will include household and firm behavior, demand and supply, government intervention, market structures, and the efficient allocation of resources.Prerequisite for most upper division courses. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 4: Social and Behavioral Sciences.

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50165276

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Mallika    Pung - mallikapung@unm.edu319

Sections
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ST: Blkbrd for Instructors App
50166780

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Topics
Soledad    Garcia-King - sgking@unm.edu130
ST: Onln Curr Dsgn & Instr
50266884

Aug. 24, 2020 - Nov. 30, 2020
 Valencia Online  1

Open Learning - Topics
Elaine  W  Clark - ewclark@unm.edu315

Meets New Mexico requirements for EMT-Intermediate skills training, including intravenous fluid administration and pharmacology. Prerequisite: 113 and 142. Corequisite: 180. Restriction: program permission.

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CANCELLED
501
70198Laboratory Staff 112
Fees: $ 220

Meets New Mexico requirements for EMT-Intermediate field and clinical training, including emergency department and prehospital experience. Prerequisite: 113 and 142. Corequisite: 143 and 180. Restriction: program permission.

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CANCELLED
501
70199Clinical Clerkship Staff 212

Meets New Mexico requirements for EMT-Intermediate lecture content, including intravenous fluid administration and pharmacology. Prerequisite: 113 and 142. Corequisite: 143. Restriction: program permission.

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CANCELLED
501
70200Lecture Staff 512

Description of the engineering profession, orientation to engineering education, introduction to the engineering design process. Does not count toward degree credit in the College of Arts and Sciences or in the School of Engineering. Two hours lecture and demonstrations. {Offered upon demand}

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50162325

 Valencia Online  1

T  1:30 PM - 2:45 PM
Valencia Arts & Sciences  129

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Nancy    Engler - englern@unm.edu37

This is an introduction to the ways in which technology shapes the world-and is itself shaped by society, culture, politics, economics and history. Topics include industrialization, technological changes, cultural impact, environmental policies and social and ethical responsibilities. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 4: Social and Behavioral Sciences.

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50169879

MW  1:30 PM - 2:45 PM
Valencia Online  1

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Nancy    Engler - englern@unm.edu37

A developmental English course designed to aid the student in acquiring the basic skills needed for college level reading and writing. Emphasis will be placed on reading comprehension and essay writing development. Grade option: A, B, C, CR/NC. Prerequisite/placement: Successful completion of ENGL 099 (A, B, or CR) or minimum placement test score. Corequisite: ACAD 101 or ISE 021.

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50153608Web Enhanced - LectureDeidre  J  Williams - djwill75@unm.edu417
50253606LectureJulia  N  Brennan - jbrennan2038@unm.edu420

Covers Composition I: Stretch I and II in one semester. In this course, students will read, write, and think about a variety of issues and texts. They will develop reading and writing skills that will help with the writing required in their fields of study and other personal and professional contexts. Students will learn to analyze rhetorical situations in terms of audience, contexts, purpose, mediums, and technologies and apply this knowledge to their reading and writing. They will also gain an understanding of how writing and other modes of communication work together for rhetorical purposes. Students will learn to analyze the rhetorical context of any writing task and compose with purpose, audience, and genre in mind. Students will reflect on their own writing processes, learn to workshop drafts with other writers, and practice techniques for writing, revising, and editing. Credit for both this course and ENGL 1110X may not be applied toward a degree program. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 1: Communication. Prerequisite: ACT English =16-25 or SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing =450-659 or ACCUPLACER Next-Generation Writing =>279.

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50166303

MW  10:30 AM - 11:45 AM
Valencia Business & Technology  127

Web Enhanced - Writing
Lizbeth  D  Axelrod - laxelrod@unm.edu317
50266304

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Writing
Misty  M  Thomas - mthoma08@unm.edu321
CANCELLED
503
70126Lecture Staff 318
CANCELLED
504
70127Hybrid - Lecture Staff 318
50566306Online - WritingAnne    Turner - annetturner@unm.edu325
50670128LectureJami  L  Huntsinger - jamilynn@unm.edu322
50766308WritingJami  L  Huntsinger - jamilynn@unm.edu322
50866309WritingJulia  N  Brennan - jbrennan2038@unm.edu322
50966310

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Writing
Kristian  A  Macaron - kristianm@unm.edu311
CANCELLED
510
66311Online - Writing Staff 3 Section Full
51170129

T  4:30 PM - 5:45 PM
Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Justin  B  Bendell - jbendell@unm.edu325

Covers Composition I Stretch I and II in one semester with a 1 credit hour lab. Focuses on analyzing rhetorical situations and responding with appropriate genres and technologies. (EPW) Prerequisite: ACT English =15-18 or SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing =430-490 or ACCUPLACER Sentence Skills =93-108. Restriction: permission of department.

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50166319

M  10:30 AM - 12:10 PM
Valencia Business & Technology  124

 Valencia Online  1

Web Enhanced - Laboratory
Jana  M  Koehler - jmkoehler@unm.edu47
50266320

M  1:30 PM - 3:10 PM
Valencia Business & Technology  124

 Valencia Online  1

Hybrid - Laboratory
Jana  M  Koehler - jmkoehler@unm.edu48
50366321

 Valencia Online  1

R  1:30 PM - 3:10 PM
Valencia Business & Technology  127

Web Enhanced - Laboratory
James  R  Olson - jamesolson@unm.edu411

In this course, students will explore argument in multiple genres. Research and writing practices emphasize summary, analysis, evaluation, and integration of secondary sources. Students will analyze rhetorical situations in terms of audience, contexts, purpose, mediums, and technologies and apply this knowledge to their reading, writing, and research. Students will sharpen their understanding of how writing and other modes of communication work together for rhetorical purposes. The emphasis of this course will be on research methods. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 1: Communication. Prerequisite: 1110 or 1110Y or 1110Z or ACT English =26-28 or SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing =660-690.

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CANCELLED
501
66345Online - Writing Staff 3 Section Full
50266347WritingBreanne  N  Potter - pbreanne@unm.edu321
50366348

 Valencia Online  1

R  9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Valencia Business & Technology  127

Hybrid - Writing
James  R  Olson - jamesolson@unm.edu317
50466349

 Valencia Online  1

R  10:30 AM - 11:45 AM
Valencia Business & Technology  127

Writing
James  R  Olson - jamesolson@unm.edu314
50566350Web Enhanced - WritingAna  N  June - anajune@unm.edu318
50666352Web Enhanced - WritingAna  N  June - anajune@unm.edu323
50770130

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Jami  L  Huntsinger - jamilynn@unm.edu312
CANCELLED
508
70131Online - Lecture Staff 3 Section Full
50971324

   

Online - Lecture
Heather  D  Wood - hdwood@unm.edu324

In this course, students will examine a variety of literary genres, including fiction, poetry, and drama. Students will identify common literary elements in each genre, understanding how specific elements influence meaning. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 5: Humanities.

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50164553

MW  12:00 PM - 1:15 PM
Valencia Online  1

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Patricia  L  Gillikin - gillikin@unm.edu323
50264554

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Jami  L  Huntsinger - jamilynn@unm.edu320

This course surveys traditional grammar, introducing linguistic terminology and methods for identifying and understanding parts of speech, parts of sentences and basic sentence patterns. The course presents terminology and methods designed to increase the student’s understanding of the structure of the language.

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50164638

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Jami  L  Huntsinger - jamilynn@unm.edu35

This course builds upon and refines the writing skills acquired in previous writing courses, with a focus on non-fiction prose. Research, composition, exposition and presentation abilities will be practiced and developed. Through analysis and revision, students will develop strategies to improve the versatility and impact of their writing. Course topics and emphases may vary by section. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 1: Communication. Prerequisite: 1120 or ACT English =>29 or SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing =>700.

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50164625

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Writing
Jami  L  Huntsinger - jamilynn@unm.edu316
50264626

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Writing
Ana  N  June - anajune@unm.edu316

This course will introduce students to the different types of documents and correspondence that they will create in their professional careers. This course emphasizes the importance of audience, document design, and the use of technology in designing, developing, and delivering documents. This course will provide students with experience in professional correspondence and communicating technical information to a non-technical audience. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 1: Communication. Prerequisite: 1120 or ACT English =>29 or SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing =>700.

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50164612

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Writing
Heather  D  Wood - hdwood@unm.edu335
50270132

W  10:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Valencia Online  1

Hybrid - Writing
Heather  D  Wood - hdwood@unm.edu324

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50164635

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Writing
Justin  B  Bendell - jbendell@unm.edu317

This course examines a variety of literary genres to explore the historical development of Chicano/a social and literary identities. This survey offers an overview of the history of Chicano/a literature, introducing the major trends and placing them into an historical framework.

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CANCELLED
501
64643Online - Lecture Staff 3 Section Full

In this course, students will read representative world masterpieces from ancient, medieval, and Renaissance literature. Students will broaden their understanding of literature and their knowledge of other cultures through exploration of how literature represents individuals, ideas and customs of world cultures. The course focuses strongly on examining the ways literature and culture intersect and define each other. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 5: Humanities.

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50164646

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Juliette  M  Cunico - juliette@unm.edu310

Introduces students to the concept of entrepreneurship and to the process of business startups.

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50166851

 Valencia Online  1

T  9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Valencia Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Stephen  E  Takach - set@unm.edu38

To understand global change and environmental concerns, this course weaves together an understanding of Earth's lithosphere, atmosphere and oceans and how ecosystems are linked to the physical environment. Students are encouraged, but not required, to enroll concurrently in 1130L. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 3: Physical and Natural Sciences.

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50170133

M  4:30 PM - 5:45 PM
Valencia Health Sciences  108

 Valencia Online  1

Lecture
Charles  W  Schick - cschick@unm.edu35

In this course, students will often work together to collect data and students are encouraged to discuss their observations and ideas, but students are expected to write their own answers in their own words on their worksheets. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 3: Physical and Natural Sciences. Pre- or corequisite: 1130.

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50170134

M  6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Valencia Health Sciences  108

Laboratory
Charles  W  Schick - cschick@unm.edu15
Fees: $ 15

An introduction to digital video production. Students learn camera operation, lights and audio equipment. Hands-on production is completed in the studio and on location. Special fee required.

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50170135

MW  9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Valencia Business & Technology  111

Studio
Staff 314
Fees: $ 25

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T: Post-Production Editing
50170136

MW  10:30 AM - 11:45 AM
Valencia Business & Technology  111

Topics
Staff 318
Fees: $ 25

The Director of Photography (or Cinematographer), in close collaboration with the Director and Production Designer, helps determine the look of a film. This course is designed to introduce students to the technical and aesthetic fundamentals of creating, developing, and collaborating on the visual elements of storytelling, using camera framing, lensing, and lighting fundamentals such as shadows, light and color. Prerequisite: 2525.

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50170137

MW  1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Valencia Business & Technology  111

Lecture
Staff 316
Fees: $ 25

This course is designed to help students achieve greater success in college and in life. Students will learn many proven strategies for creating greater academic, professional, and personal success. Topics may include career exploration, time management, study and test-taking strategies to adapt to different learning environments, interpersonal relationships, wellness management, financial literacy, and campus and community resources.

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Sem: Intro to UNM & Higher Ed
50167904Web Enhanced - SeminarDeidre  J  Williams - djwill75@unm.edu317
Sem: Intro to UNM & Higher Ed
50263669SeminarJulia  N  Brennan - jbrennan2038@unm.edu320
55371306

   

Online - Seminar
Staff 330

Introduction to electronic game and game development careers. Includes examination of history and philosophy of games, the game production process, employee factors for success in the field, and current issues and practices in the game industry.

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50168301Web Enhanced - LectureIan  M  Burch - ianburch@unm.edu317
Fees: $ 15

Testing and debugging gaming and simulation applications in the alpha and beta stages of production. Includes critiques of the product and written documentation of the testing and debugging processes.

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50168413Web Enhanced - LectureIan  M  Burch - ianburch@unm.edu316
Fees: $ 15

Skill development covering the 3D computer graphics pipeline using Autodesk Maya, 3DS Max, and/or Blender and other software. Upon completion of this course you will gain the foundation needed to create games and game assets.

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50170138

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Michael  D  Brown - mbrowngame@unm.edu325

Techniques and aesthetics of digital imaging using a variety of software programs and hardware for foundation in game asset, texturing, and design.

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50170139

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Michael  D  Brown - mbrowngame@unm.edu329

This course focuses on game scripting programming languages with an emphasis on game concepts and simulations directly related to game engines, both commercial and open-source. Prerequisite: 102.

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50168434Web Enhanced - LectureIan  M  Burch - ianburch@unm.edu320
Fees: $ 15

This course continues the focus on core methodologies for collaborative game development. The iterative development process will be enhanced through online communication strategies, version control and a rigorous review process. Prerequisite: 125.

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50170140Web Enhanced - LectureIan  M  Burch - ianburch@unm.edu418
Fees: $ 15

Students are tasked with creating a portfolio and/or reel highlighting their work, skills and ability for job placement in the field. Restriction: permission of instructor.

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50168555

 Valencia Online  1

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Ian  M  Burch - ianburch@unm.edu34

This course is an introduction to our dynamic Earth, introducing students to the materials that make up Earth (rocks and minerals) and the processes that create and modify the features of our planet. The course will help students learn how mountains are formed, how volcanoes erupt, where earthquakes occur, and how water, wind, and ice can shape the landscape. Students will also develop a basic understanding of the ways humans have altered the planet including our impact on natural resources and global climate change. Students are encouraged but not required to enroll concurrently in 1110L. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 3: Physical and Natural Sciences.

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50164495

T  10:30 AM - 11:45 AM
Valencia Health Sciences  101

Lecture
Staff 39

Students will learn to identify rocks and minerals in hand samples, work with topographic maps, geologic maps, and geologic cross-sections, and apply stratigraphic principles to explore geologic time. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 3: Physical and Natural Sciences. Pre- or corequisite: 1110.

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50164505

T  8:15 AM - 10:15 AM
Valencia Health Sciences  108

Laboratory
Staff 15
Fees: $ 15
50266782

T  12:45 PM - 2:45 PM
Valencia Health Sciences  108

Laboratory
Staff 13
Fees: $ 15

An overview of health records services in the United States and the role of the health record practitioner. It introduces the student to the principles and practices of the health records profession. Restriction: admitted to Health Information Technology program.

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50170141

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Staff 428

An introduction to terminology used in health careers. It will provide a basic knowledge of prefixes, suffixes, and root words used in describing anatomical parts of the human body as well as general terms relating to disease processes.

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50168150

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Jennifer  A  Escajeda - jescajed@unm.edu326

An introduction to the major areas of information that help humans achieve, maintain, and promote positive health. Topics covered include nutrition, mental and physical health, drugs, human sexuality, prevention and control of diseases and injury, nutrition, and societal and environmental impacts on health.

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50166938

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Angelica  K  Boyle - akozicki@unm.edu323

This course provides an introduction and basic knowledge about human sexuality including anatomical, physiological, psycho-social, and ethical components. Reproduction, contraception, sexually transmitted disease, sexual health and sexual dysfunctions are among areas examined.

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50165336

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Virginia  R  Sedore - vsedore@salud.unm.edu328

The primary objective of this course is to serve as an introduction to the history of the United States from the pre-colonial period to the immediate aftermath of the Civil War. The elements of this course are designed to inform students on the major events and trends that are essential in the understanding of the development of the United States within the context of world societies. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 5: Humanities.

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50164839

MW  10:30 AM - 11:45 AM
Valencia Online  1

Lecture
Scott  C  Kamen - skamen@unm.edu328
50264841LectureScott  C  Kamen - skamen@unm.edu322

The primary objective of this course is to serve as an introduction to the history of the United States from reconstruction to the present. The elements of this course are designed to inform students on the major events and trends that are essential in the understanding of the development of the United States within the context of world societies. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 5: Humanities.

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50164848

MW  12:00 PM - 1:15 PM
Valencia Online  1

Lecture
Scott  C  Kamen - skamen@unm.edu325
50264849

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Scott  C  Kamen - skamen@unm.edu326

This course is a chronological treatment of the history of the western world from ancient times to the early modern era. The elements of this course are designed to inform students on the major events and trends that are essential in the understanding of the development of western civilization within the context of world societies. Selective attention will be given to "non-western" civilizations which impact and influence the development of "western" civilization. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 5: Humanities.

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CANCELLED
501
64822Online - Lecture Staff 3 Section Full
50264821

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
William  R  Veeder - wveeder@unm.edu323

This course is a chronological treatment of the history of the western world from the early modern era to the present. The elements of this course are designed to inform students on the major events and trends that are essential in the understanding of the development of western civilization within the context of world societies. Selective attention will be given to "non-western" civilizations which impact and influence the development of "western" civilization. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 5: Humanities.

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50164828

MW  6:00 PM - 7:15 PM
Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
John  A  Bollweg - jbollweg@unm.edu329
50264829

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Sue  E  Taylor - taylors@unm.edu319

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50170142

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Sue  E  Taylor - taylors@unm.edu324

The primary objective of this course is to serve as an introduction to the history of New Mexico from the pre-Columbian times to the present day. The elements of this course are designed to inform students on the major events and trends that are essential in the understanding of the development of New Mexico within the context of the Americas.

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50266786

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Scott  C  Kamen - skamen@unm.edu313

Students will study theory of database management systems (DBMS) and will write generic and reusable programs using DBMS software. Prerequisite: BCIS 1110.

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50162334

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
James  W  Hart - hart56@unm.edu325
Fees: $ 15

Introductory concepts in microcomputer operating systems. Acquaints students with practical aspects of microcomputer operating systems including file management systems, utilities, and computer peripherals. Prerequisite: BCIS 1110.

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50169869LaboratoryJames  W  Hart - hart56@unm.edu320
Fees: $ 15

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50159819Lecture/Practice ExperienceJames  W  Hart - hart56@unm.edu323
Fees: $ 15

Students will create and manage Web sites using various programming languages, multimedia and CSS standards. This course focuses on theory, design and Web construction, along with information architecture concepts, Web project management, scenario development and performance evaluations.

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50162333Online - LectureSoledad    Garcia-King - sgking@unm.edu324

This course is a continuation of IT 122. Students will write more complex generic and reusable DBMS programs to build finished, turnkey applications. Prerequisite: 122.

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50162335

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
James  W  Hart - hart56@unm.edu330
Fees: $ 15

Students will learn the fundamentals of network technology, technical concepts of network environments, identify the basic characteristics for local and wide area networks, list and describe the layers of the OSI networking model, list and identify the use of common network devices, describe the procedure for installing and configuring network adapters, list common network protocols, identify the best network protocol, describe the physical characteristics of a LAN, identify inter-network connectivity hardware by sight, define the roles of clients, servers, and peers on a network, list the most common network operating systems, identify potential network bottlenecks, and list fault tolerance procedures. Prerequisite: 125 and 131.

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50157113

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Laboratory
James  W  Hart - hart56@unm.edu430
Fees: $ 15

Scripting programming for security purposes. Students build on prior programming. operating system, and security knowledge to develop, code, use, and debug new and existing scripts. Prerequisite: 260 and 130 and CS 101 and CS 152L .

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50162340Online - LectureJames  W  Hart - hart56@unm.edu324
Fees: $ 15

Various topics related to Information Technology. May be repeated for credit. No limit.

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T: Cert Prep for CISCO
50169863TopicsJames  W  Hart - hart56@unm.edu423
Fees: $ 15
T: Cert Prep for Oracle SQL
50369868Online - TopicsJames  W  Hart - hart56@unm.edu424
Fees: $ 15
T: Cert Prep for VmWare
50469867Online - TopicsJames  W  Hart - hart56@unm.edu424
Fees: $ 15
T: Professional Ethics
50566789

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Susan  L  Jackson - ssljacks@unm.edu330
T: Cellphone Photography
50668513

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Soledad    Garcia-King - sgking@unm.edu325

Students are placed in a business in order to gain on-the-job skills and knowledge. Prerequisite: approval of the instructor; enrolled in the last semester of the associate degree or certificate program.

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50161202

   

Practice Experience
James  W  Hart - hart56@unm.edu35
Fees: $ 15

This course presents an introduction to the study of language through the basic aspects of linguistic analysis: the sound system (phonetics and phonology), the structure of words and sentences (morphology and syntax), and the ways in which language is used to convey meaning (semantics and pragmatics). In addition, the course will investigate how language is acquired and stored in the brain, and how differences in speech styles and dialects reflect different social and cultural backgrounds of individual speakers. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 4: Social and Behavioral Sciences.

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50170145LectureEvan  S  Ashworth - eashworth@unm.edu326

Survey of modern marketing concepts and practices focusing on the marketing mix: product, pricing, promotion, and distribution strategies. Topics include the marketing environment, consumer behavior, marketing research, target marketing, and the ethical and social responsibilities of marketers. Credit not applicable toward B.B.A. Business Administration.

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50166833

 Valencia Online  1

T  10:30 AM - 11:45 AM
Valencia Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Stephen  E  Takach - set@unm.edu310

This course includes the first half of a beginning algebra course including a review of basic arithmetic, real numbers, integer exponents, linear equations and inequalities, and an introduction to application problems. Prerequisite: 012 or 099.

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50362364

MW  6:00 PM - 7:40 PM
Valencia Online  1

Web Enhanced - Lecture/Practice Experience
Edric  P  Chavez - echav84@unm.edu211
50662367

TR  2:30 PM - 4:10 PM
Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture/Practice Experience
Michelle  M  Godfrey - shosho@unm.edu215

This course includes the second half of a beginning algebra course including a review of the Cartesian coordinate system, graphing linear equations in two variables, properties of exponents, polynomials and an introduction to factoring. Prerequisite: 021.

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51362365

MW  6:00 PM - 7:40 PM
Valencia Online  1

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Edric  P  Chavez - echav84@unm.edu29
51662370

TR  2:30 PM - 4:10 PM
Valencia Online  1

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Michelle  M  Godfrey - shosho@unm.edu27

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50169893

MTWR  7:30 AM - 8:20 AM
Valencia Online  1

Lecture
Cynthia  L  Goodman - cyndia@unm.edu423

Includes signed numbers, solving linear equations, formulas, graphing, solving systems of equations and applications. Also covers exponents and polynomials, factoring, roots and radicals and quadratics. Satisfactory completion of MATH 100 meets prerequisite for MATH 120. Offered on a CR/NC basis only.

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50262388

MW  11:30 AM - 1:10 PM
Valencia Online  1

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Precious    Andrew - pandrew@unm.edu418
50453645

TR  10:00 AM - 11:40 AM
Valencia Online  1

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Nancy    Engler - englern@unm.edu420
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505
53647Lecture Staff 425

Study session for 120 with an emphasis on problem solving. Offered on a CR/NC basis only.

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50353678

TR  12:55 PM - 1:20 PM
Valencia Online  1

Lecture
Precious    Andrew - pandrew@unm.edu123

Course offers an in-depth look at rational numbers, arithmetic operations, and basic geometric concepts. Problem solving is emphasized throughout. Prerequisite: 1130 or 1215 or 1220 or 1230 or 1240 or 1350 or 1430 or 1512 or FYEX 1010 or ACT Math =>19 or SAT Math Section =>480 or ACCUPLACER Next-Generation Arithmetic =>276.

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50169906

MW  4:30 PM - 5:45 PM
Valencia Online  1

Lecture
Elaine  W  Clark - ewclark@unm.edu33

An introduction to some of the great ideas of mathematics, including logic, systems of numbers, sequences and series, geometry and probability. Emphasizes general problem-solving skills. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 2: Mathematics and Statistics. Prerequisite: (118 and 119) or 1215 or (1215X and 1215Y) or 1220 or 1230 or 1240 or 1350 or 1430 or 1440 or 1512 or 1522 or 2530 or ACT Math =>22 or SAT Math Section =>540 or ACCUPLACER Next-Generation Advanced Algebra and Functions =>218 or ACCUPLACER Next-Generation Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra, and Statistics =>253.

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50164311

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Elaine  W  Clark - ewclark@unm.edu321

A study of linear and quadratic functions, and an introduction to polynomial, absolute value, rational, radical, exponential, and logarithmic functions. A development of strategies for solving single-variable equations and contextual problems. Prerequisite: MATH 100 or ISM 100 or ACT Math =>19 or SAT Math Section =>480 or ACCUPLACER Arithmetic =>102 or ACCUPLACER Elementary Algebra =>41.

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50664251

MW  9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Valencia Online  1

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Andrew  S  Taylor - ataylor19@unm.edu325
50769907

MW  12:00 PM - 1:15 PM
Valencia Online  1

Lecture
Andrew  S  Taylor - ataylor19@unm.edu328
50864254

TR  12:00 PM - 1:15 PM
Valencia Online  1

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Ariel    Ramirez - aramirez8@unm.edu325
50964253

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Cynthia  L  Goodman - cyndia@unm.edu315

A study of linear and quadratic functions, and an introduction to polynomial, absolute value, rational, radical, exponential, and logarithmic functions. A development of strategies for solving single-variable equations and contextual problems. This is the first course in a three-part sequence. In order to receive transfer credit for MATH 1215, all courses in this sequence (MATH 1215X, MATH 1215Y, MATH 1215Z) must be taken and passed. Prerequisite: (MATH 021 and MATH 022) or MATH 100 or FYEX 1010 or ISM 100 or ACT Math =>17 or SAT Math Section =>460 or ACCUPLACER Next-Generation Advanced Algebra and Functions =218-238. Corequisite: 1215Y.

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50169896

MW  6:00 PM - 7:15 PM
Valencia Online  1

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Edric  P  Chavez - echav84@unm.edu112
50269899

TR  9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Valencia Online  1

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Michelle  M  Godfrey - shosho@unm.edu17
50369902

TR  12:00 PM - 12:50 PM
Valencia Online  1

Lecture
Precious    Andrew - pandrew@unm.edu123
50469904

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Michelle  M  Godfrey - shosho@unm.edu128

A study of linear and quadratic functions, and an introduction to polynomial, absolute value, rational, radical, exponential, and logarithmic functions. A development of strategies for solving single-variable equations and contextual problems. This is the second course in a three-part sequence. In order to receive transfer credit for MATH 1215, all courses in this sequence (MATH 1215X, MATH 1215Y, MATH 1215Z) must be taken and passed. Prerequisite: 1215X.

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50169897

MW  6:00 PM - 7:15 PM
Valencia Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Edric  P  Chavez - echav84@unm.edu18
50269900

TR  9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Valencia Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Michelle  M  Godfrey - shosho@unm.edu18
50369903

TR  12:00 PM - 12:50 PM
Valencia Online  1

Lecture
Precious    Andrew - pandrew@unm.edu18

A study of linear and quadratic functions, and an introduction to polynomial, absolute value, rational, radical, exponential, and logarithmic functions. A development of strategies for solving single-variable equations and contextual problems. This is the third course in a three-part sequence. In order to receive transfer credit for MATH 1215, all courses in this sequence (MATH 1215X, MATH 1215Y, MATH 1215Z) must be taken and passed. Pre- or corequisite: 1215Y.

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50169898

MW  6:00 PM - 7:15 PM
Valencia Online  1

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Edric  P  Chavez - echav84@unm.edu13
50269901

TR  9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Valencia Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Michelle  M  Godfrey - shosho@unm.edu14
50569905

TR  12:00 PM - 12:50 PM
Valencia Online  1

Lecture
Cynthia  L  Goodman - cyndia@unm.edu128

Preparation for 1240 and 1430. The study of equations, functions and graphs, reviewing linear and quadratic functions, and concentrating on polynomial, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions. Emphasizes algebraic problem solving skills and graphical representation of functions. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 2: Mathematics and Statistics. Prerequisite: (118 and 119) or 1215 or (1215X and 1215Y and 1215Z) or ACT Math =>22 or SAT Math Section =>540 or ACCUPLACER Next-Generation Advanced Algebra and Functions =239-248.

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50164279

MW  9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Valencia Online  1

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Andisheh    Dadashi - andisheh@unm.edu325
50264278

TR  12:00 PM - 1:15 PM
Valencia Online  1

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Andrew  S  Taylor - ataylor19@unm.edu327
50364280

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Andisheh    Dadashi - andisheh@unm.edu316

A study of plane trigonometry including the definitions of the fundamental trig functions using right angle triangle and unit circle approaches. Trig functions of any real number will be evaluated and the functions graphed along with their transformations. Trigonometric identities will be developed and demonstrated including multiple angle identities and identities developed from them. Inverse trigonometric functions will be developed and used to solve trigonometric equations. Trigonometric applications will be solved using right angle trigonometry and the laws of sines and cosines. Trigonometric methods will be applied to complex numbers and the use of 2D vectors and vector dot products.May be taken concurrently with 1240. Prerequisite: 1220 or ACT Math =>25 or SAT Math Section =>590 or ACCUPLACER Next-Generation Advanced Algebra and Functions =249-283.

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50169908LecturePrecious    Andrew - pandrew@unm.edu321

This course extends students’ knowledge of polynomial, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions to new contexts, including rates of change, limits, systems of equations, conic sections, and sequences and series. May be taken concurrently with 1230. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 2: Mathematics and Statistics. Prerequisite: 1220 or ACT Math =>25 or SAT Math Section =>590 or ACCUPLACER Next-Generation Advanced Algebra and Functions =249-283.

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50164336

TR  1:30 PM - 2:45 PM
Valencia Online  1

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Ariel    Ramirez - aramirez8@unm.edu325

This course discusses the fundamentals of descriptive and inferential statistics. Students will gain introductions to topics such as descriptive statistics, probability and basic probability models used in statistics, sampling and statistical inference, and techniques for the visual presentation of numerical data. These concepts will be illustrated by examples from a variety of fields. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 2: Mathematics and Statistics. Prerequisite: (118 and 119) or 1215 or (1215X and 1215Y) or 1220 or 1230 or 1240 or 1430 or 1440 or 1512 or 1522 or 2530 or ACT Math =>22 or SAT Math Section =>540 or ACCUPLACER Next-Generation Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra, and Statistics =>253.

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50165417

MW  10:30 AM - 11:45 AM
Valencia Online  1

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Andisheh    Dadashi - andisheh@unm.edu324
50265420

TR  9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Valencia Online  1

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Andrew  S  Taylor - ataylor19@unm.edu314
50365428

TR  1:30 PM - 2:45 PM
Valencia Online  1

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Andisheh    Dadashi - andisheh@unm.edu322
50465429

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Nicklos    Lucas - nlucas@unm.edu326

An algebraic and graphical study of derivatives and integrals, with an emphasis on applications to business, social science, economics and the sciences. Credit for both this course and MATH 1512 may not be applied toward a degree program. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 2: Mathematics and Statistics. Prerequisite: 1220 or 1240 or 1250 or ACT Math =>26 or SAT Math Section =>620 or ACCUPLACER Next-Generation Advanced Algebra and Functions =249-283.

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50164440Web Enhanced - LectureIan  M  Burch - ianburch@unm.edu325

Limits. Continuity. Derivative: definition, rules, geometric interpretation and as rate-of-change, applications to graphing, linearization and optimization. Integral: definition, fundamental theorem of calculus, substitution, applications such as areas, volumes, work, averages. Credit for both this course and MATH 1430 may not be applied toward a degree program. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 2: Mathematics and Statistics. Prerequisite: (1230 and 1240) or 1250 or ACT Math =>28 or SAT Math Section =>640 or ACCUPLACER Next-Generation Advanced Algebra and Functions =>284.

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50165119

MW  1:30 PM - 3:20 PM
Valencia Online  1

Lecture
Gregory  A  Barnett - gregbarnett@unm.edu423

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50165160

M  4:30 PM - 6:20 PM
Valencia Arts & Sciences  126

 Valencia Online  1

Web Enhanced - Lecture
W  C  Murray - wcmurray@unm.edu4 Section Full
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T: Problem Solving for Algebra
50169894

MTWR  8:25 AM - 8:50 AM
Valencia Online  1

Topics
Cynthia  L  Goodman - cyndia@unm.edu223
T: Critical Thinking for Math
50265383

MW  10:30 AM - 11:20 AM
Valencia Online  1

Online - Topics
Precious    Andrew - pandrew@unm.edu220
T: Critical Thinking Math I
50365381

M  5:00 PM - 5:50 PM
Valencia Online  1

Web Enhanced - Topics
Edric  P  Chavez - echav84@unm.edu111
T: Critical Thinking for Math
50465384

TR  9:00 AM - 9:50 AM
Valencia Online  1

Topics
Precious    Andrew - pandrew@unm.edu221
T: Critical Thinking for Math
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505
65385Topics Staff 225
T: Critical Thinking Math I
50665382

T  1:30 PM - 2:20 PM
Valencia Online  1

Web Enhanced - Topics
Michelle  M  Godfrey - shosho@unm.edu113
T: Critical Thinking Math II
51366797

W  5:00 PM - 5:50 PM
Valencia Online  1

Hybrid - Topics
Edric  P  Chavez - echav84@unm.edu110
T: Critical Thinking Math II
51666798

R  1:30 PM - 2:20 PM
Valencia Online  1

Hybrid - Topics
Michelle  M  Godfrey - shosho@unm.edu110

Vector operations, vector representation of planes and curves, functions of several variables, partial derivatives, gradient, tangent planes, optimization, multiple integrals in Cartesian cylindrical and spherical coordinates, vector fields, line integrals and Green's theorem. Prerequisite: 1522.

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50268411

MW  1:30 PM - 3:20 PM
Valencia Online  1

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Ariel    Ramirez - aramirez8@unm.edu425

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50164175

W  4:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Valencia Health Sciences  101

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Suzanne  M  Shelton - smshel@unm.edu315

This course introduces the ADN nursing student to the concepts of nursing practice and conceptual learning. Prerequisite: BIOL 1140 and BIOL 1140L and BIOL 2210 and (CHEM 1120C or CHEM 1215) and (ENGL 1110 or ENGL 1110Y or ENGL 1110Z) and NURS 239 and PSYC 1110 and PSYC 2120. Corequisite: 1135 and BIOL 2225 and NURS 240. Restriction: admitted to A.S. Nursing.

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50166876

W  8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Valencia Comm/Stu Ctr Complex  111

Hybrid - Lecture
Joseph  R  Poole - JRPoole@salud.unm.edu316

This course introduces the ADN nursing student to the application of concepts through clinical skills in seminar, laboratory, and/or clinical settings. Principles of communication, assessments, safety, and interventions including calculation, measurement, and administration of medications. Prerequisite: BIOL 1140 and BIOL 1140L and BIOL 2210 and BIOL 2210L and (CHEM 1120C or CHEM 1215) and (ENGL 1110 or ENGL 1110Y or ENGL 1110Z). Corequisite: 1110 and BIOL 2225 and BIOL 2225L and NURS 239. Restriction: admitted to A.S. Nursing.

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50166877

M  8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Valencia Comm/Stu Ctr Complex  112

W  12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Valencia Comm/Stu Ctr Complex  111

T  8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Valencia Comm/Stu Ctr Complex  112

Hybrid - Lecture
Heidy  J  Roberts - robertsh@unm.edu416
Fees: $ 75

This course will cover health and illness concepts across the lifespan. Concepts covered are related to oxygenation and hemostasis, homeostasis and regulation, protection and movement, and cognitive and behavioral processes. Prerequisite: 1110 and 1210 and 1220 and 1235 and NURS 239 and NURS 240L. Corequisite: 2320 and 2335. Restriction: admitted to A.S. Nursing.

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50166878

T  9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Valencia Comm/Stu Ctr Complex  111

Lecture
Michelle  R  Kellywood - myazzie6@unm.edu38

This course covers foundational concepts for professional development, including selected professional attributes and care competencies. Prerequisite: 1210 and 1220 and 1235. Restriction: admitted to A.S. Nursing.

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50166880

T  12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Valencia Comm/Stu Ctr Complex  111

Lecture
Heidy  J  Roberts - robertsh@unm.edu38

The focus of this course is to provide safe, evidence-based nursing care for patients with chronic conditions, across the lifespan in a variety of settings. This course is a combination of lab and clinical. Prerequisite: 1110 and 1210 and 1220 and 1235 and NURS 239 and NURS 240L. Corequisite: 2310 and NURS 290. Restriction: admitted to A.S. Nursing.

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50166879

W  9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Valencia Comm/Stu Ctr Complex  112

Laboratory
Michelle  R  Kellywood - myazzie6@unm.edu48
Fees: $ 75

This course is an introduction to human pathophysiology focusing on forming a basic understanding of pathophisology for nursing students. Prerequisite: 239 and BIOL 2210. Pre- or corequisite: BIOL 2225. Restriction: admitted to B.S.N. Nursing.

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50166881

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Deann  M  Jonas - dmjonas@unm.edu344

This course provides an overview of nutrients, including requirements, digestion, absorption, transport, function in the body and food sources. Dietary guidelines intended to promote long-term health are stressed. Prerequisite: BIOL 1140 or BIOL 2110C or CHEM 1120C or (CHEM 1215 and CHEM 1215L).

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50164079

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Jennifer  H  Pippin - jhpippin@unm.edu322

In this course, students will be introduced to some of the key questions of philosophy through the study of classical and contemporary thinkers. Some of the questions students might consider are: Do we have free will? What is knowledge? What is the mind? What are our moral obligations to others? Students will engage with and learn to critically assess various philosophical approaches to such questions. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 5: Humanities.

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50170148

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Daniel    Murphy - dmurphy5@unm.edu322

The purpose of this course is to teach students how to analyze, critique, and construct arguments. The course includes an introductory survey of important logical concepts and tools needed for argument analysis. These concepts and tools will be use to examine select philosophical and scholarly texts. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 1: Communication.

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50170149

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Daniel    Murphy - dmurphy5@unm.edu320

This course prepares students for American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) Certified Phlebotomy Technician (PBT) certification. Successful completion of an apprenticeship at a clinical worksite is required. Prerequisite: (Compass Writing => 75 and Compass Pre-Algebra => 36) or (ACT English => 19 and ACT Math => 09) Corequisite: PBT 102L.

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50166895

Aug. 20, 2020 - Nov. 5, 2020
TR  9:00 AM - 2:30 PM
Valencia Health Sciences  115

Open Learning - Combined Lecture/Lab
Heather  L  Cano - hcano11@unm.edu82

Clinical apprenticeship program for PBT 101L. Successful completion required for credit in PBT 101L. Corequisite: PBT 101L.

Sections
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50166896

Nov. 9, 2020 - Dec. 12, 2020
   

Open Learning - Laboratory
Heather  L  Cano - hcano11@unm.edu42
Fees: $ 110

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Sections
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T: Individual Sport: Golf
50166806

W  4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Off Campus - Valencia  ONE

Laboratory
Tracey  R  Jennings - jenningst@unm.edu11

Instruction for students who have not been in the water or have a fear of water.

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501
66799Laboratory Staff 120
Fees: $ 25

Introduction to five areas of yoga which are particularly significant to the Western World.

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50166808LaboratoryAlice    Chouinard-Welk - algal@unm.edu126
Fees: $ 10
50266809Online - LaboratoryAlice    Chouinard-Welk - algal@unm.edu127
Fees: $ 10

Instruction in movements that increase balance, core fitness and cardiorepiratory endurance.

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501
66807Laboratory Staff 120
Fees: $ 10

Instruction and practice in techniques to enhance body awareness, reduce stress, improve balance and increase strength.

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50164981LaboratoryDoug  D  Corpolongo - dcorpolo@unm.edu128
Fees: $ 10

Individual training programs for development of general strength, tone, endurance and weight control. Fitness Test fee.

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50166801LaboratoryAndre  B  Bird - anbird@unm.edu126
Fees: $ 10

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T: Martial Arts: Kung Fu
CANCELLED
501
70146Laboratory Staff 120
Fees: $ 10
T: Martial Arts: Self Defense
CANCELLED
502
66804Laboratory Staff 120
Fees: $ 10

Instruction in all basic strokes. For students who can swim.

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501
66800Laboratory Staff 120
Fees: $ 25

Instruction in more advanced techniques of Yoga emphasizing the physical aspects of Hatha Yoga.

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50165002LaboratoryAlice    Chouinard-Welk - algal@unm.edu129
Fees: $ 10
50265018Online - LaboratoryAlice    Chouinard-Welk - algal@unm.edu130
Fees: $ 10

Instruction in advanced weight-lifting principles and techniques as well as fitness related topics. Fitness Test fee.

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50164952LaboratoryAndre  B  Bird - anbird@unm.edu128
Fees: $ 10

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T: Introduction to Fitness
50165042

 Valencia Online  1

Laboratory
Andre  B  Bird - anbird@unm.edu195
Fees: $ 10
T: Introduction to Fitness
50265043

 Valencia Online  1

Laboratory
Andre  B  Bird - anbird@unm.edu148
Fees: $ 10
T: Cardio Conditioning
50365047LaboratoryAndre  B  Bird - anbird@unm.edu127
Fees: $ 10
T: Fitness for Life
50470147LaboratoryAndre  B  Bird - anbird@unm.edu228
Fees: $ 10
T: Intermediate Tai Chi Chuan
50566802Online - LaboratoryDoug  D  Corpolongo - dcorpolo@unm.edu130
Fees: $ 10
T: Restoratiave Yoga
50665046LaboratoryAlice    Chouinard-Welk - algal@unm.edu130
Fees: $ 10
T: Zumba
CANCELLED
507
65044Laboratory Staff 120
Fees: $ 10
T: Zumba
CANCELLED
508
65045Laboratory Staff 120
Fees: $ 10

An algebra-based treatment of Newtonian mechanics. Topics include kinematics and dynamics in one and two dimensions, conservation of energy and momentum, rotational motion, equilibrium, and fluids. The sequence (PHYS 1230, 1230L, 1240, 1240L) is required of pre-medical, pre-dental, and pre-optometry students. Only 1230 and 1240 are required of pharmacy students. Credit for both this course and PHYS 1310 may not be applied toward a degree program. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 3: Physical and Natural Sciences. Prerequisite: MATH 1240 or MATH 1250 or MATH 1430 or MATH 1512 or ACT Math =>28 or SAT Math Section =>660 or ACCUPLACER Next-Generation Advanced Algebra and Functions =>284.

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50163940

 Valencia Online  1

T  3:00 PM - 4:15 PM
Valencia Arts & Sciences  126

Lecture
W  C  Murray - wcmurray@unm.edu33

A series of laboratory experiments associated with the material presented in 1230. Three hours lab. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 3: Physical and Natural Sciences. Pre- or corequisite: 1230.

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50163986

T  12:00 PM - 2:45 PM
Valencia Arts & Sciences  126

Laboratory
W  C  Murray - wcmurray@unm.edu1 Section Full
Waitlist: 12
Fees: $ 25

A calculus-level treatment of classical mechanics and waves, which is concerned with the physical motion concepts, forces, energy concepts, momentum, rotational motion, angular momentum, gravity, and static equilibrium. Credit for both this course and PHYS 1230 may not be applied toward a degree program. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 3: Physical and Natural Sciences. Pre- or corequisite: MATH 1512.

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50163956

 Valencia Online  1

T  10:30 AM - 11:45 AM
Valencia Arts & Sciences  126

Lecture
W  C  Murray - wcmurray@unm.edu3 Section Full
Waitlist: 11

A series of laboratory experiments associated with the material presented in 1310. Students will apply the principles and concepts highlighting the main objectives covered in coursework for 1310. Three hours lab. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 3: Physical and Natural Sciences. Pre- or corequisite: 1310.

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50164029

T  12:00 PM - 2:45 PM
Valencia Arts & Sciences  126

Laboratory
W  C  Murray - wcmurray@unm.edu1 Section Full
Waitlist: 11
Fees: $ 25

This course, the third in the calculus based sequence for science and engineering students, is a study of optics and topics in modern physics. Prerequisite: PHYS 1320. Pre- or corequisite: MATH 2530.

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50170150

M  1:30 PM - 2:45 PM
Valencia Arts & Sciences  126

 Valencia Online  1

Web Enhanced - Lecture
W  C  Murray - wcmurray@unm.edu36

This course explains the role of American national government, its formation and principles of the Constitution; relation of state to the national government; political parties and their relationship to interest groups. This course also explains the structure of the legislative, executive, and judicial branches. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 4: Social and Behavioral Sciences.

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50167903

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Sara  L  Furnal - sfurnal@unm.edu327

This course will introduce students to the concepts, theories, significant findings, methodologies, and terminology that apply to the field of psychology. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 4: Social and Behavioral Sciences.

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50163852

MW  9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Cheryl    Bryan - cbryan@unm.edu317
50263863LectureRonald  A  Salazar - rasalaz@unm.edu321
50363849

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Candice  A  Fuentes - cward3@unm.edu39
50463856

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Cheryl    Bryan - cbryan@unm.edu324

Study of human physical and psychological change and stability from a lifespan development perspective. Prerequisite: 1110.

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50163877

MW  10:30 AM - 11:45 AM
Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Cheryl    Bryan - cbryan@unm.edu323
50266813

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Cheryl    Bryan - cbryan@unm.edu313

A general survey of the biological foundations of behavior and mental processes. Students will gain an understanding of anatomy, physiology, and chemistry of the nervous system and their relationships to human behavior. Prerequisite: 1110 or BIOL 1110 or BIOL 1140.

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50163889LectureRonald  A  Salazar - rasalaz@unm.edu317

This course provides an overview of how information is acquired, stored, retrieved, and manifested in the behavior of human and non-human animals. Prerequisite: 1110.

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50170151

MW  3:00 PM - 4:15 PM
Valencia Online  1

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Cheryl    Bryan - cbryan@unm.edu322

This course covers introductory-level topics in statistics that are applicable to psychological research. Both descriptive and inferential statistics are covered. Topics include applying statistical formulas to psychological data and interpreting the results of statistical analyses. Prerequisite: 1110.

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50163870LectureRonald  A  Salazar - rasalaz@unm.edu320

An introductory level language course in the language of the American Deaf Culture. Content includes ASL vocabulary and conversational skills; linguistic features of ASL; and skills in narrative/storytelling. In‐class activities, comprehension and expressive examinations, narrative and storytelling assignments in addition to semester projects are venues for students to demonstrate their learning. In addition, Deaf Culture and Deaf Community issues are addressed.

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50165123

MW  3:00 PM - 4:15 PM
Valencia Health Sciences  101

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Barbara  M  Flett - bflett@unm.edu35
50265124

TR  4:30 PM - 5:45 PM
Valencia Health Sciences  101

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Margie  J  Zamora - mvillell@unm.edu311

Topics course at the 200-level (e.g. Community Based Learning; Sociology of Native Americans, Social Movements of the Southwest; Environmental Sociology).

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Intro Wom Gend Sexuality Stdy
50162357

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Topics
Nancy  L  Cairns-Pietrangelo - ncairns@unm.edu36

This course will introduce students to the basic concepts and theories of sociology, as well as to the methods utilized in sociological research. The course will address how sociological concepts and theories can be utilized to analyze and interpret our social world, and how profoundly our society and the groups to which students belong influence them. Students will be given the opportunity to challenge their “taken for granted” or “common sense” understandings about society, social institutions, and social issues. Special attention will also be paid to the intimate connections between their personal lives and the larger structural features of social life. In addition, the implications of social inequalities, such as race/ethnicity, gender, and social class will be central to the course’s examination of social life in the United States. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 4: Social and Behavioral Sciences.

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50163800Online - LectureBarbara  S  Thompson - bthompson58@unm.edu330
50263803

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Julia  W  So - juliaso@unm.edu324
CANCELLED
503
63813Online - Lecture Staff 330

This course provides an introduction to social issues that are currently affecting the criminal justice system in the United States. The course will cover the history of the U.S. criminal justice system and how our system compares with other countries. We will address how the U.S. criminal justice system attempts to create and preserve a balance between sustaining order, maintaining individual rights, and promoting justice. Important themes also include, but are not limited to discussions of how crime and delinquency are measured, key correlates of crime, sociological approaches to researching crime, sociological theories of crime, the quality of crime data in the U.S. and how it is used to make public policy decisions, and the causes and consequences of mass incarceration in the United States. Prerequisite: 1110.

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50163789

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Jeremy  E  Baker - profjebaker@unm.edu32

This course is designed to provide an overview of the study of deviance and social control from multiple sociological perspectives. The instructor will present how sociologists research deviance and social control and the ethical issues involved in studying human subjects involved in these activities. The course also examines central sociological theories for understanding the causes of deviant behavior. Prerequisite: 1110.

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50166816

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
James    Gadberry - jgadberry@unm.edu37

This course studies the nature, scope, and effects of social problems and their solutions. The course will concentrate on sociological perspectives, theories, and key concepts when investigating problems, such as inequality, poverty, racism, alienation, family life, sexuality, gender, urbanization, work, aging, crime, war and terrorism, environmental degradation, and mass media. This course is designed to build students’ sociological understanding of how sociological approaches attempt to clarify various issues confronting contemporary life, as well as how sociologists view solutions to these problems. Prerequisite: 1110.

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50166815LectureBarbara  S  Thompson - bthompson58@unm.edu324

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50165132

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Julia  W  So - juliaso@unm.edu327

Designed for students with little exposure to Spanish, this course develops basic listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills and basic intercultural competence in interpretive, interpersonal and presentational modes of communication at the Novice Level of proficiency based on ACTFL guidelines. During this course, students perform better and stronger in the Novice-Mid level while some abilities emerge in the Novice High range. This is an introductory course aimed at helping the student to communicate in Spanish in everyday familiar situations via recognition and production of practiced or memorized words, phrases, and simple sentences. Meets University of New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 6: Second Language.

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50165222

TR  9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Vocational/Career Tech Center  101

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Jose Arturo    Almeida-Vinueza - joalmevi@unm.edu314
50270152

TR  10:30 AM - 11:45 AM
Vocational/Career Tech Center  101

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Jose Arturo    Almeida-Vinueza - joalmevi@unm.edu314
50365255

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Douglas  W  Deane - diegodeane@unm.edu342
50465266

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Lorena    Galvan - lgalvan2@unm.edu326

Designed for students with some degree of exposure to Spanish in high school and/or at home, this course continues to develop basic listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills and basic intercultural competence in interpretive, interpersonal and presentational modes of communication at the Novice High Level of proficiency based on ACTFL guidelines, although a few abilities may emerge in the Intermediate Low Level. Students in this course communicate in Spanish in familiar topics using a variety of words, phrases, simple sentences and questions that have been highly practiced and memorized. Meets University of New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 6: Second Language.

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50165293

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Soledad    Garcia-King - sgking@unm.edu327

Designed to develop students' academic interests, and prepare them for their intended major, college or school. {Fall, Spring}

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T: Research Methods
50170153

T  3:10 PM - 4:00 PM
Valencia Health Sciences  110

Web Enhanced - Topics
Benjamin  J  Flicker - benflicker@unm.edu120

This course is designed to further the knowledge and skills of welders and covers equipment set up on GMAW. Students will learn tempering and hardening of steels and process of welding stainless steel and aluminum.

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501
70154Lecture Staff 420

This course introduces students to key concepts, debates, and analytical tools informing women, gender, and sexuality studies. As an interdisciplinary field of study, women, gender, and sexuality studies employs academic perspectives from a range of disciplines and theoretical approaches. It also incorporates lived experience and social location into its object of analysis. Though content will vary according to the expertise and focus of the instructor, this course will develop tools through readings and assignments that critically analyze how gender and sexuality are shaped by different networks of power and social relations and demonstrate how the intersections of race, class, disability, national status, and other categories identity and difference are central to their understanding and deployment. In addition to feminist though, areas of focus might include gender and sexuality in relation to social, cultural, political, creative, economic, or scientific discourses. This class is recommended for those with a general interest in the topic area as well as for those seeking a foundational course for further study.

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50163662

 Valencia Online  1

Online - Lecture
Nancy  L  Cairns-Pietrangelo - ncairns@unm.edu34