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Schedule as of May 4, 2021

A continuation of 2110X emphasizing accounting principles and procedures for receivables, inventory, notes and interest, depreciation, equity transactions, cash flow and financial statement analysis. Prerequisite: 2110X.

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80053752Online - LectureThomas  L  Duran - tlduran@unm.edu326
80156527

T  5:30 PM - 8:15 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Leonard    Horan - horanl@unm.edu38

This course offers an introduction to the field of American Studies through an interdisciplinary examination of race, class and ethnicity in the United States and in a global context. Using a schedule of keywords, we will engage a range of central themes and concerns. We will examine histories of injustice, and resistance to injustice. Readings and assignments encourage students to notice the privilege and oppression at the core of U.S. society. The class will challenge the widely accepted assumption that we as a nation have moved beyond race and racism. Through readings, films, online sources, and our assignments, this course aims to increase our knowledge of inequality in our society, and the impact of those inequities on various societies and individuals. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 4: Social and Behavioral Sciences.

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80056312Online - LectureRebecca    Alvarez - rebeccaalvarez@unm.edu328

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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80049961Online - LecturePhillip  R  Alldritt - paldritt@unm.edu326

Archaeology is the systematic study of the human past through material remains. This course introduces students to the physical remains of past societies and compares and contrasts archaeological development in different regions. Students will explore the dynamics of the human past and its influences on contemporary society. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 4: Social and Behavioral Sciences.

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80056264Online - LecturePhillip  R  Alldritt - paldritt@unm.edu332

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T: Artistic Anatomy Animal
80057161

MTWRF  8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Hybrid - Topics
Michael  M  Hensley - mhensl01@unm.edu322
T: Artistic Anatomy Animal
80157162

MTWRF  8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Hybrid - Topics
Michael  M  Hensley - mhensl01@unm.edu323
T: Artistic Anatomy Animal
80257163

MTWRF  8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Hybrid - Topics
Michael  M  Hensley - mhensl01@unm.edu324
T: Cast Drawing & Still Life
80357164

MTWRF  8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Hybrid - Topics
Michael  M  Hensley - mhensl01@unm.edu322
T: Creature Design
80457165

MTWRF  8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Hybrid - Topics
Michael  M  Hensley - mhensl01@unm.edu324

This survey course will explore the architecture, sculpture, ceramics, paintings, drawings, and glass objects from the 14th century to the modern era. While focused primarily on the art of the Western civilizations, this course will also provide insights into the works of other major cultures in order to provide alternate views of art and history. Emphasis will be placed on the relationship of artworks to political, social, spiritual, intellectual, and cultural movements that affect and are affected by their creation and development. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 7: Arts and Design.

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80056272Online - LecturePaula  C  King - pk1ng@unm.edu325

This course is an overview of European and American art and architecture during the Modern era. Students will analyze the various movements in art as they relate to the historical settings in which the works were created. Emphasis will be placed on the relationship of artworks to political, social, spiritual, intellectual and cultural movements as they affected and were affected by their creation and development.

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800
56273Online - Lecture Staff 335

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 MOTIVE and CHANGE while developing concepts, techniques, and processes involved in working in the third dimension. Prerequisite: 1220.

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80050092

F  9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Studio
Martin  F  Wannam - martinwannam@unm.edu315

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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800
50105Hybrid - Studio Staff 36
Fees: $ 75
80156994

Feb. 9, 2021 - May 15, 2021
T  9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Taos Fred Peralta Hall  214

Web Enhanced - Studio
Luther    Akins - lakins@unm.edu31
Fees: $ 75

An introduction to the medium of clay incorporating hand building and wheel throwing to introduce the student to both the sculptural and utilitarian uses of clay. The student will also be introduced to a variety of glazing and firing techniques. Prerequisite: 1310.

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800
50193Hybrid - Studio Staff 36
Fees: $ 75
80156995

Feb. 11, 2021 - May 15, 2021
R  9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Taos Fred Peralta Hall  214

Web Enhanced - Studio
Luther    Akins - lakins@unm.edu3 Section Full
Fees: $ 75

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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80056270Online - StudioTeena  L  Ryan - tlryan@unm.edu311
Fees: $ 20

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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80050079

T  3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Studio
Sarah    Stolar - sstolar@unm.edu3 Section Full
Fees: $ 10

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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800
50123Hybrid - Studio Staff 36
Fees: $ 75
80156267

T  9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Taos Online  1

Web Enhanced - Studio
Gary  A  Cook - gary@unm.edu38
80256992

Feb. 10, 2021 - May 15, 2021
F  9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Taos Fred Peralta Hall  221

Open Learning - Studio
Gary  A  Cook - gary@unm.edu31
Fees: $ 75

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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800
50196Hybrid - Studio Staff 36
Fees: $ 85
80156991

Feb. 8, 2021 - May 15, 2021
M  9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Taos Fred Peralta Hall  229

Open Learning - Studio
Gary  A  Cook - gary@unm.edu31
Fees: $ 85

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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80056269Online - StudioTeena  L  Ryan - tlryan@unm.edu313
Fees: $ 20

This studio class is an in-depth introduction to video as an art form; the focus will include theory, history and practice of video art as an extension of visual art and as a time-based medium. Video Art’s roots lie in consumer technology, TV, cultural, political and avant-garde film history. This time and light based medium, has a relatively short history and encompasses technological (and scientific) developments, cultural movements and has recently become a ubiquitous art practice. Set up as an online research laboratory, the class will help students to further develop their personal video work while experimenting with various styles and formats of video art. The equipment and demonstrations explored in the class are within a context defined by the history, aesthetics, and theory of video art practice. The emphasis of this class is on the student finding their own personal voice, and incorporating an innovative approach to their video work. Students are also expected to achieve a level of technical competence and confidence needed to undertake more ambitious and sophisticated work. Current and significant contemporary video works and critical writings will be viewed, read and discussed in online forums. This class aims to challenge notions of what video art is, and can be. Students are expected to think outside the box and try new approaches to this time-based media. Students will learn to seek out new audiences and create unique methods of presenting video online. Prerequisite: 1510.

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800
56271Hybrid - Studio Staff 320

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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80050161

W  3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Studio
Sarah    Stolar - sstolar@unm.edu314
Fees: $ 10

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T: Monotype
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800
56268Topics Staff 36
Fees: $ 85
T: Monotype
80156993

Feb. 12, 2021 - May 15, 2021
W  9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Taos Fred Peralta Hall  229

Open Learning - Topics
Gary  A  Cook - gary@unm.edu3 Section Full
Fees: $ 85

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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80050271Online - LectureColin  I  Nicholls - colnic@unm.edu318

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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80050284Online - LaboratoryColin  I  Nicholls - colnic@unm.edu110
Fees: $ 30

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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80050324

T  9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Brooke  A  Zanetell - zanetell@unm.edu36

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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80050496Online - LaboratoryBrooke  A  Zanetell - zanetell@unm.edu16

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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80050337Online - LectureMark  S  Green - greenm@unm.edu34

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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80050524Online - LaboratoryMark  S  Green - greenm@unm.edu18

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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80053869Online - LectureMelissa  L  Franklin - melfrank@unm.edu37

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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80053871Online - LaboratoryMelissa  L  Franklin - melfrank@unm.edu15

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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80050353

M  3:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Josh  T  Wright - jwrong@unm.edu34

This is the second 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 endocrine, cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, urinary, and reproductive systems. Three hours lab. Pre- or corequisite: 2225.

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80050664

W  3:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Laboratory
Josh  T  Wright - jwrong@unm.edu17

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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80050386

TR  3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Martinez  J  Hewlett - mhewlett@unm.edu46

Mitosis, meiosis, Mendelian genetics, chromosomes and inheritance, molecular basis of inheritance, genes to proteins, genetic models (viruses and bacteria), eukaryotic genomes, genetic basis of development and overview of genomes. Three lectures, 1 discussion section. Prerequisite: 2110C and ((CHEM 1215 or CHEM 1217) and CHEM 1215L). Pre- or corequisite: (CHEM 1225 or CHEM 1227) and CHEM 1225L).

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80056459

MW  3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Martinez  J  Hewlett - mhewlett@unm.edu419

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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80056196Online - LectureGeorge    Ackerman - gackerman@unm.edu319

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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80050208Online - LectureJoel    Whitehead - joelw@unm.edu320

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T: Computer Fundamentals
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56973Open Learning - Topics Staff 120

This course will introduce non-science majors to the basic chemistry required to understand topics of current interest affecting their communities, such as air and water quality, global climate change, use of fossil fuels, nuclear power, and alternative energy sources. Experiments will illustrate chemical principles and acquaint students with scientific methods, data processing, critical thinking and scientific writing.

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80057166

MTWRF  8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Hybrid - Lecture
Julianna  J  Matz-Esquibel - juliemat@unm.edu47

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 2531 or ACT Math =>22 or SAT Math Section =>540.

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80050413Online - LectureGregory  A  Rael - raelg@unm.edu412

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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80050429Online - LectureJulianna  J  Matz-Esquibel - juliemat@unm.edu315

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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80050485Online - LaboratoryJulianna  J  Matz-Esquibel - juliemat@unm.edu117

The course explores historical and contemporary social forces that impact ethnic communities across the Americas. Students will examine social and economic dynamics of Indigenous, Latino, Asian-Pacific, Africana communities and women’s experiences in these societies. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 4: Social and Behavioral Sciences.

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80056318Online - LectureTrisha  V  Martinez - suenamtz@unm.edu325

Introduction to mythology; primary readings in stories about the gods and heroes, usually including Homer, Hesiod, Homeric Hymns and Tragedies. All texts will be in English. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 5: Humanities.

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80056282Online - LectureCathy  J  McAleer - cmcaleer@unm.edu38

Upon completion students should acquire their Class A CDL Permit by successfully passing their General Knowledge exam, Air Brakes exam, Combinations exam, as administered by the State of New Mexico.

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80056284

US  8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Lecture/Practice Experience
Amos  M  Chavez - amosc@unm.edu3 Section Full
Fees: $ 1650

This section is focused on the students developing the necessary skill to safely operate a Class A commercial vehicle on public roadways.

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80056285

US  8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Lecture/Practice Experience
Amos  M  Chavez - amosc@unm.edu3 Section Full

This course will help students develop problem solving and other skills needed to traverse real life driving situations they may encounter once employed as a commercial driver.

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80056286

US  8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Lecture/Practice Experience
Amos  M  Chavez - amosc@unm.edu3 Section Full

Students will be taught sections 7-1, 8-1, 9-1, 11-1, 12-1, and 13-1 of the New Mexico State CDL Manual. Students will be asked to take sample tests of these sections to demonstrate their knowledge.

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80056287

US  8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Lecture/Practice Experience
Amos  M  Chavez - amosc@unm.edu3 Section Full

Upon the successful completion of this course, students will be able to demonstrate their ability to perform a Pre-Trip, an Air Brake Test, and drop and hook a trailer.

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80056288

US  8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Lecture/Practice Experience
Amos  M  Chavez - amosc@unm.edu3 Section Full

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.

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80050298

T  3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture/Practice Experience
Katherine  E  Spess - kadvisor@unm.edu35
80150299

W  12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture/Practice Experience
Katherine  E  Spess - kadvisor@unm.edu37
80253734

R  9:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture/Practice Experience
Katherine  E  Spess - kadvisor@unm.edu315
80356524

T  5:30 PM - 8:15 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Web Enhanced - Lecture/Practice Experience
Cynthia  A  Cotner - ccotner@unm.edu35

This course provides an introduction to the study of interpersonal communication. Students will examine the application of interpersonal communication in personal and professional relationships. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 1: Communication.

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80050311Online - LectureKatherine  E  Spess - kadvisor@unm.edu39

Introduces students to the current state of 3D printing technology as an accessible, cost-effective and green prototyping and manufacturing solution. Prerequisite: 150.

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80056277

MW  9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Taos Sci Tech Engr & Math  126

Combined Lecture/Lab
Mark  S  Goldman - mgoldm01@unm.edu41
Fees: $ 25

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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80056262Online - LectureAmy  R  Traylor - trayloramy@unm.edu322

Students will become familiar with PowerPoint screens and various screen elements. Students will then learn the fundamentals of creating effective multimedia presentations. By the end of the course students will create their own presentations.

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80056526

M  5:30 PM - 8:15 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Laboratory
Estefanita  M  Abeyta - esabeyta@unm.edu37

Adobe InDesign is created for publishing for print, web, and multiple devices and is now standard industry practice. Adobe InDesign allows designers to create rich typographical and interactive layouts that are useful for multi-page documents.

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56319Online - Lecture/Practice Experience Staff 325

This class allows the student to understand the basic visual dynamics of graphic design. The emphasis of this class is to understand the core principals of design aesthetics and processes of design.

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80056321Online - LaboratoryPerry  M  Penick - ppenick@unm.edu324

The course will concentrate on Microsoft Office 365 Online portal. Word, Excel and PowerPoint. In addition, we will be discussing and working with collaboration using Outlook, Calendar, tasks, OneDrive, One Note, Sway and SharePoint.

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80056374Online - LectureJoel    Whitehead - joelw@unm.edu318

The Adobe Digital Publishing Suite (DPS) is a comprehensive curriculum. DPS gives design students an opportunity to go beyond print and learn to design for mobile devices.

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800
56610Online - Lecture Staff 325

Portable Document Format is an important document format that allows users to create secure documents that can be viewed in any device or operating system. This class will have students create PDFs for a portfolio.

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80056378Online - LectureJoel    Whitehead - joelw@unm.edu320

This course includes setting up a new company, chart of accounts, recording transactions with customers, vendors and employees; managing lists, running reports and customizing them; changing forms and generating letters.

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800
48910Online - Laboratory Staff 325

Titles will vary.

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T: Computer Literacy
CANCELLED
800
56525Topics Staff 320
T: Online Readiness
80156972

Feb. 22, 2021 - Mar. 12, 2021
W  5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Taos Online  1

Open Learning - Topics
Arceonul    Moore - amoore7@unm.edu112
T: Online Readiness
80256974

Mar. 22, 2021 - Apr. 9, 2021
W  5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Taos Online  1

Open Learning - Topics
Arceonul    Moore - amoore7@unm.edu118

A study of wood form construction techniques which include methods of wall, roof and deck framing. Planning the layout of structural members is emphasized. Stress and strain on these structural members is studied in conjunction with the structural capacities of various types of wood and other materials. These courses consist of lab and classroom experiences.

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80056441

MW  3:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Taos Fred Peralta Hall  213

Combined Lecture/Lab
Mark  S  Goldman - mgoldm01@unm.edu3 Section Full
Waitlist: 1
Fees: $ 40

This course serves as an introduction to welding with a concentrated emphasis on developing techniques required in the profession of welding. In this introductory course we will focus on the technique of Arc Welding.

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800
57167Hybrid - Lecture/Practice Experience Staff 325

Metal Shop is for students interested in applying basic welding techniques in the construction of metal projects. This course is specifically formatted to allow sustained application of the skills and techniques. Prerequisite: 111.

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80057168

MTWRF  8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Hybrid - Lecture/Practice Experience
Matthew    Sandoval - mattsandoval@unm.edu324

A study of A.C. and D.C. circuits and components. Practical applications of electrical principles are stressed. Includes assignments on circuit boards and calculations according to formulas of electrical functions. The working principles and proper use of various types of electric motors will be examined. Taught through classroom and limited lab experience.

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80056279

T  6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Gray  D  Mercer - mercerg@unm.edu39
Fees: $ 65

Introductory level course study of sustainable alternative energy systems. The focus of the Photo Votaics course is theory, technology, and preparation for certification of students to do commerical installations.

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80057170

MTWRF  8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Hybrid - Lecture
Andrew  D  Leonard - leonarda@unm.edu317

This course serves as an introduction to local applications of sustainable and organic farming and gardening practices with agriculture ecology and Permaculture understanding. Emphasis will be on the fundamentals of agriculture: soils, seeds, and water.

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80056278

TR  9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Lecture/Practice Experience
Staff 31
Fees: $ 25

Various topics related to Construction Technology.

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T: Multi Craft Core Curriculum
CANCELLED
801
57169Hybrid - Topics Staff 325
T: Renewable Energy Workforce
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802
57265Hybrid - Topics Staff 325

This course to provides actual work experience. Restriction: permission of instructor.

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80056280

F  9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Cooperative Education
Mark  S  Goldman - mgoldm01@unm.edu34
Fees: $ 25

This course introduces criminal investigations within the various local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies. Emphasis is given to the theory, techniques, aids, technology, collection, and preservation procedures, which insure the evidentiary integrity. Courtroom evidentiary procedures and techniques will be introduced.

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80056429

W  6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Benjamin    Aguilar - beneagle@unm.edu334

This course introduces the corrections system in the United States, including the processing of an offender in the system and the responsibilities and duties of correctional professionals. The course covers the historical development, theory, and practice, as well as the institutional and community-based alternatives available in the corrections process.

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800
56428Hybrid - Lecture Staff 340

National Restaurant Association's food safety training covering: the importance of food safety, personal hygiene, time/temperature control, cleaning and sanitizing, methods of thawing cooking, cooling, and reheating food, HACCP and food safety regulations.

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80056214Online - Lecture/Practice ExperienceKarla    Nardi - knardi@unm.edu113

This is the final course necessary for completion of the Culinary Arts Certificate Program. This course allows the student to work 45 hours in a professional restaurant environment. This is a hands on, work-study class. It will provide the student the opportunity to practice real world techniques in the culinary arts profession. Lab fee: $45. Prerequisite: 109.

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80054540Practice ExperienceKarla    Nardi - knardi@unm.edu35

Introduction to the different styles and ingredients of Latin Cuisine. Emphasis will be focused on Traditions and Techniques and expand to the new style of Latin cooking.

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80056220

MW  12:00 PM - 2:30 PM
 

Lecture/Practice Experience
Kayla  M  Trujillo - ktruji02@unm.edu3 Section Full
Fees: $ 100

Introduction to the fundamentals of Pastry making. This course will focus of skill development to be able to produce a variety of classic pastries.

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80056222

MW  3:00 PM - 5:30 PM
 

Lecture/Practice Experience
Stephen  P  Morris - smorris5@unm.edu31
Fees: $ 100

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T:Serv Safe Food Handler
80056223Online - LectureKarla    Nardi - knardi@unm.edu112

This course will teach students how to create and maintain a social media presence for business. Students will learn to use social media and content marketing to grow a business and engage with customers.

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80057211Online - LectureRandi  L  Archuleta - randia@unm.edu39

May be repeated for credit provided content is not the same.

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T: Adobe Tools
80057172

MTWR  8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Hybrid - Topics
Dustin  J  Sweet - dsweet@unm.edu324
T: Adobe Tools
80157173

MTWRF  8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Hybrid - Topics
Dustin  J  Sweet - dsweet@unm.edu322
T: Animation
80257175

MTWRF  8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Hybrid - Topics
Jesse  W  Thompson - jethompson@unm.edu325

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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80053994

T  7:30 PM - 8:45 PM
Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
Jessica  R  Trujillo - jtruji03@unm.edu310

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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80053991

M  6:00 PM - 7:15 PM
Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
Helen  E  Forte - he234@unm.edu315

This course provides a broad-based orientation to the field of early care and education. Early childhood history, philosophy, ethics and advocacy are introduced. Basic principles of early childhood systems are explored. Multiple perspectives on early care and education are introduced. Professional responsibilities such as cultural responsiveness and reflective practice are examined.

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80053993Online - LectureTracy  A  Jaramillo - tracyjar@unm.edu223

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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80053992

M  7:30 PM - 8:45 PM
Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
Pamela    Remstein - remstein@unm.edu323

The curriculum course focuses on developmentally appropriate curriculum content in early childhood programs, age 3 through third grade. Development and implementation of curriculum in all content areas, including literacy, numeracy, the arts, health and emotional wellness, science, motor and social skills is emphasized. Information on adapting content areas to meet the needs of children with special needs and the development of IEPs is included. Corequisite: 2131.

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80053995

T  6:00 PM - 7:15 PM
Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
Taylor  J  Etchemendy - tetchemendy@unm.edu315

The field-based component of this course will provide experiences that address developmentally appropriate curriculum content in early childhood programs, age 3 through third grade. Development and implementation of curriculum in all content areas, including literacy, numeracy, the arts, health and emotional wellness, science, motor and social skills is emphasized. Information on adapting content areas to meet the needs of children with special needs and the development of IEPs is included. Prerequisite: 1110. Corequisite: 2130.

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80050607Online - Practice ExperienceTaylor  J  Etchemendy - tetchemendy@unm.edu215

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T: Academic Success
80056578

W  6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Taos Online  1

Online - Topics
Anita    Caref - acaref@unm.edu19

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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800
56990Online - Lecture Staff 330

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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80053828

R  3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Taos Online  1

Lecture
Matthew  D  Mitchell - mmitchell1776@unm.edu334

Meets the 1998 EMT-Basic National Standard Curriculum requirements and incorporates New Mexico EMT-B scope of practice. Provides lecture instruction to prepare the student to sit for New Mexico and National Registry testing. Corequisite: 142.

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80041591

S  9:00 AM - 2:30 PM
Taos Sci Tech Engr & Math  108

TR  5:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Josh  T  Wright - jwrong@unm.edu81

Meets the 1998 EMT-Basic National Standard Curriculum requirements and incorporates New Mexico EMT-B scope of practice. Provides lab instruction to prepare the student to sit for New Mexico and National Registry testing. Corequisite: 113.

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80041592

S  9:00 AM - 2:30 PM
Taos Sci Tech Engr & Math  108

TR  5:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Laboratory
Josh  T  Wright - jwrong@unm.edu21
Fees: $ 130

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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80056476

MW  8:00 AM - 12:20 PM
Taos Online  1

F  8:00 AM - 12:20 PM
Taos Sci Tech Engr & Math  108

Hybrid - Laboratory
Josh  T  Wright - jwrong@unm.edu13
Fees: $ 150

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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80056480RecitationJosh  T  Wright - jwrong@unm.edu23

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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80056474

MW  8:00 AM - 12:20 PM
Taos Online  

F  8:00 AM - 12:20 PM
Taos Sci Tech Engr & Math  108

Hybrid - Lecture
Josh  T  Wright - jwrong@unm.edu53

Titles will vary.

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T: Academic Strategies
80057025

W  5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Topics
Ellen  B  Butler - ebutler@unm.edu24

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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80049978Online - WritingLaura  A  Lynch - llynch02@unm.edu325
CANCELLED
801
49979Online - Writing Staff 325

First semester of Composition I stretch sequence. Focuses on analyzing rhetorical situations and responding with appropriate genres and technologies. (EPW) This is the the first course in a two-part sequence. In order to receive transfer credit for ENGL 1110, all courses in this sequence (ENGL 1110X, ENGL 1110Y) must be taken and passed. Credit for both this course and ENGL 1110 may not be applied toward a degree program. Students with ACT English <16 or SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing <450 or Next Generation ACCUPLACER Writing <279 will begin their English Composition Sequence with ENGL 1110X. Restriction: permission of department.

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80049982Online - LectureAmber  L  Gordon - gordona@unm.edu316

Second semester of Composition I stretch sequence. Focuses on analyzing rhetorical situations and responding with appropriate genres and technologies. This is the the second course in a two-part sequence. In order to receive transfer credit for ENGL 1110, all courses in this sequence (ENGL 1110X, ENGL 1110Y) must be taken and passed. Prerequisite: 1110X.

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80049983Online - LectureAmber  L  Gordon - gordona@unm.edu317

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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80056283

T  12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Laura  A  Lynch - llynch02@unm.edu417

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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80049984Online - WritingAmber  E  Burke - amberburke@unm.edu3 Section Full
80149985Online - WritingAmber  E  Burke - amberburke@unm.edu34
80256297Online - LectureAnne  C  Cunningham - ancunningham@unm.edu39
80357142

MTWRF  8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Hybrid - Lecture
Staff 314

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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80053853

W  6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Writing
Laura  A  Lynch - llynch02@unm.edu317

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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80056263Online - WritingMichael  H  Burwell - mikeb48@unm.edu3 Section Full

In this course, students will read representative world masterpieces from the 1600s to the present. 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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80056298Online - LectureAnne  C  Cunningham - ancunningham@unm.edu316

Various topics in literature, language and writing.

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W: Poetry
80057171

MTWRF  8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Hybrid - Writing
Francis  J  Hahn - fhahn01@unm.edu324

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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80053929Online - LectureMark  S  Green - greenm@unm.edu315

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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80054011Online - LaboratoryMark  S  Green - greenm@unm.edu115

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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80056276

R  3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Taos Online  1

Online - Studio
Peter    Walker - pedrowalker@unm.edu34

This course is designed to provide students with a survey of the histories, innovative concepts, and creative possibilities of digital media. Within both the lecture hall and the studio lab, students will consider a wide variety of digital media processes and applications. Additionally, students will learn fundamental skills in teamwork, storytelling, and design. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 4: Social and Behavioral Sciences.

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80053717

R  9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Taos Online  1

Online - Laboratory
Peter    Walker - pedrowalker@unm.edu38

This course introduces students to the fundamentals in film history, criticism, and theory. Though viewing and analysis of a variety of narrative, documentary, and experimental films, students will advance their understanding of key issues in filmic representation and aesthetics. A range of approaches will be employed in understanding the aesthetic and cultural significance of the medium, including feminism, post-colonialism, critical race theory, and modernism. Special fee required. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 7: Arts and Design.

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80053944Online - LectureKelly    Clement - clement8@unm.edu33

This course concentrates on the representation of children and adolescents in world cinema. The portrayal of children throughout world cinema has a long and rich complex history, which has been primarily shaped by family and national structures. Through film screenings, readings, and discussions class will center on the exploration of what it means to look at children and what cultural baggage are their bodies asked to carry. Also, what impact do national and global politics have on the lives of children? Through the establishment and use of basic vocabulary and analytic methodologies of film studies, larger theoretical and practical questions about how cinema functions as a cultural and ideological force, especially how it helps to construct ideas about the family, the nation, and national identities will be addressed. Class screenings will cover a breadth of children and adolescents in world cinema but readings, discussions, and outside film viewings will provide a more comprehensive overall picture. Course fee required.

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80053945Online - LectureKelly    Clement - clement8@unm.edu320
80157174

MTWRF  8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Hybrid - Lecture
Dustin  J  Sweet - dsweet@unm.edu323

This class introduces students to the techniques of dramatic narrative and how those techniques can inform a visual grammar where form follows function. Prerequisite: 1210.

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80057176

MTWRF  8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Hybrid - Laboratory
Jesse  W  Thompson - jethompson@unm.edu322

Introduction to the creative process of a film director. Students will participate in hands-on workshops and develop stories for motion media, create screenplays and work with actors in short scenes using current technologies in film, television and web-based media production. Prerequisite: 1210 and (310 or 324).

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80056275

W  9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Taos Online  1

Online - Laboratory
Peter    Walker - pedrowalker@unm.edu315

This course will be entirely focused on laying the foundation of animation around the twelve principles of animation as defined by Disney master animators Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnston.

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80056274

W  12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Taos Online  1

Online - Studio
David  R  Mansfield - dmansfield@unm.edu33

This course is designed to help increase awareness of math-based structures in day-to-day life, interpret and evaluate information presented in graphical and visual formats, and use problem-solving tools and concepts to analyze information and arguments.

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80050645Hybrid - LectureCheryl  B  Hedden - chedden@unm.edu16
80150647Hybrid - LectureCheryl  B  Hedden - chedden@unm.edu19
CANCELLED
802
56552Hybrid - Lecture Staff 110

This course presents the reading process including study reading, critical thinking and analysis. It addresses the transition from high school to college and incorporates strategies needed for problem solving.

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CANCELLED
800
57127Online - Lecture Staff 120
80157151Online - LectureAnita    Caref - acaref@unm.edu118

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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80056299Online - SeminarAntonia  A  Chavez-Aguilar - aca@unm.edu314
80156300Online - SeminarAntonia  A  Chavez-Aguilar - aca@unm.edu336

This course will explore the social, economic, environmental, historical, and technological forces that have led to our current methods of water distribution, management, and policy throughout the world. A strong historical context will be used throughout the course with a focus on New Mexico, Colorado, and the West. While the course will focus on the West, other areas of the U.S. and world will be examined as appropriate. Prerequisite: GEOL 1110 and GEOL 1110L.

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80057001

T  12:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture/Practice Experience
Brooke  A  Zanetell - zanetell@unm.edu48

Intended for students with no previous exposure to French, this course develops basic listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills aiming toward the ACTFL novice-high level. This is an introductory course designed to teach the student to communicate in French in everyday situations and to develop an understanding of French and Francophone cultures through the identification of cultural products and practices, of cultural perspectives, and the ability to function at a survival level in an authentic cultural content. This course will also develop the student’s sense of personal and social responsibility through the identification of social issues. Conducted in French. Credit for both this course and FREN 1150 may not be applied toward a degree program. Meets University of New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 6: Second Language.

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80057177

MTWRF  8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Hybrid - Lecture
Genevieve  Y  De Vellis - gdv@unm.edu325
80157178

MTWRF  8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Hybrid - Lecture
Genevieve  Y  De Vellis - gdv@unm.edu323

A continuation of 1110, students will develop a broader foundation in skills gained during the first semester, including understanding, speaking, reading and writing French aiming toward the ACTFL intermediate-low level. This course is designed to increase student fluency in French as applied to everyday situations. Students will also learn to recognize and understand various French and Francophone products, practices, and perspectives, identifying common cultural patterns, describing basic cultural viewpoints, and further developing their sense of personal and social responsibility through the investigation of cultural issues. Conducted in French. Credit for both this course and FREN 1150 may not be applied toward a degree program. Meets University of New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 6: Second Language.

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80057179

MTWRF  8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Hybrid - Lecture
Genevieve  Y  De Vellis - gdv@unm.edu323
80157180

MTWRF  8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Hybrid - Lecture
Genevieve  Y  De Vellis - gdv@unm.edu324

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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800
50686Hybrid - Lecture Staff 325

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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800
50730Hybrid - Laboratory Staff 120

This course is a tour of the geologic history and natural places of New Mexico. Students will explore the materials (rocks and minerals) that make up New Mexico and the processes that created and continue to shape our state. Students will learn about mountains, rivers and seas that have come and gone, and New Mexico’s rich fossil heritage. Students will discover where and why volcanoes erupted, and where natural resources are found and extracted.

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80056468

M  3:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Deborah  A  Ragland - dragland@unm.edu36

A survey of and introduction to disease states and cellular changes in cancer and other diseases of the endocrine musculoskeletal, nervous, cardiovascular, renal, blood and lymph, immune, respiratory, digestive, urinary tract and reproductive systems. Prerequisite: BIOL 2210.

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80049066Online - LectureJames  A  Stewart - jimsaba@unm.edu43
CANCELLED
801
56860Online - Lecture Staff 425

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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80050944Online - LectureKevin  J  Riley - rileykj@unm.edu34

The primary objective of this course is to serve as a survey of the history of Latin America from independence to the present. This course will explore the contributions of Indigenous peoples, Africans, and Europeans to the creation of Latin America’s diverse societies. The elements of this course are designed to inform students on the major events and trends that are essential to the understanding of the history of Latin America within the context of world societies. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 5: Humanities.

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80056266Online - LecturePhillip  R  Alldritt - paldritt@unm.edu330

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80056289

M  12:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Amber  E  Burke - amberburke@unm.edu37

This course provides an overview of the energy system Reiki. Students will learn the philosophy and process of Reiki as reintroduced through Dr. Mikao Usui and Hawayo Takata.

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80040644

T  9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  118

Web Enhanced - Lecture/Practice Experience
Rifka  M  Bourdeau - rmbourdeau@unm.edu34
Fees: $ 25

An overview on integrating basic coaching skills into the work of all health care professionals. Students will gain skills to mobilize the internal strengths of their clients and offer external resources for sustainable change.

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80053599

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture/Practice Experience
Angelika Maria    Koch - akoch@unm.edu312

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80136398

R  12:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Sean  W  Murphy - swmurphy@unm.edu310

Myofascial Yoga is a blending of different disciplines in yoga slowed down to facilitate the opening of connective tissue in the body to assist the muscles and fascial body in stretching safely.

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80053600

F  12:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture/Practice Experience
Kirstie  S  Segarra - ksegarra@unm.edu33

A blending of yoga influenced by Anatomy Trains meridians taught to assist the muscles and fascial body in stretching safely along with the application of the chakras blended with Jungian psychology.

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80056290

W  12:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture/Practice Experience
Amber  E  Burke - amberburke@unm.edu38

The course will instruct students on control functions in food and beverage and how it affects operations and profitability. Definition, planning, design, standards and analysis of food and beverage cost controls are studied.

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80056228Online - LectureKarla    Nardi - knardi@unm.edu327

This course compares and contrasts the operational challenges facing both the manager in a chain restaurant operation as well as an independent operator. We review the procedures for establishing strategies and plans for operation.

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80056229Online - LectureVictoria  J  Santistevan - vsg@unm.edu326

This course introduces students to real world work experience within the Hospitality industry. Students will become familiarized with many aspects of the industry such as operation management, event planning, marketing, and customer service.

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80048858

   

Lecture
Victoria  J  Santistevan - vsg@unm.edu310

This course introduces you to basic issues and stages of development in the group counseling process; overview of types of counseling groups, group theory, leadership ethical guidelines, group formation and termination. Prerequisite: SOWK 2110.

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80057085

M  11:30 AM - 12:45 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Randi  L  Archuleta - randia@unm.edu3 Section Full
Fees: $ 79.5

This course is designed to teach basic interviewing techniques used in a variety of settings. Theoretical foundations of various interviewing styles and techniques will be examined. The student will develop an awareness of ways in which the interviewer’s background, attitudes, and behaviors influence the interview. Prerequisite: SOWK 2110.

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80057083Online - LectureRandi  L  Archuleta - randia@unm.edu3 Section Full
Fees: $ 70.5

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T: Intro to Alcohol & Drug Ab
80057086Online - TopicsRandi  L  Archuleta - randia@unm.edu3 Section Full
Fees: $ 70.5

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80035788

W  12:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  118

Web Enhanced - Combined Lecture/Lab
Kirstie  S  Segarra - ksegarra@unm.edu31
Fees: $ 25

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80048961

R  12:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  118

Web Enhanced - Laboratory
Antonio  C  Quintana - aquint02@unm.edu33
Fees: $ 25

This class will focus on the various exercise testing evaluation, dietary approach for peak performance, the physiology of exercise, and exercise for special populations (i.e. diabetes).

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80036715

T  12:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  118

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Antonio  C  Quintana - aquint02@unm.edu34
Fees: $ 25

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80039229

W  3:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  118

Web Enhanced - Lecture/Practice Experience
Kirstie  S  Segarra - ksegarra@unm.edu32
Fees: $ 25

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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80053949Online - LectureTanya  L  Badger - tbadger@unm.edu324

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80034365

 Taos Online  1

Online - Combined Lecture/Lab
Hollie  L  Salazar - holliejean49@unm.edu46

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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80048996Online - LectureJessica  S  Phillips - jphillips45@unm.edu410
CANCELLED
801
34415Online - Combined Lecture/Lab Staff 420

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

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80143518Online - LectureHollie  L  Salazar - holliejean49@unm.edu121

Study session for 1220 with an emphasis on problem solving. Offered on a CR/NC basis only.

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80149361Online - LectureHollie  L  Salazar - holliejean49@unm.edu121

Study session for 1430 with an emphasis on problem-solving. Offered on a CR/NC basis only.

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80039185Online - LectureHollie  L  Salazar - holliejean49@unm.edu123

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 2531 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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80053890Online - LectureJessica  S  Phillips - jphillips45@unm.edu31

Selected topics from algebra, geometry and trigonometry. Restriction: permission of department.

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80056740Online - TopicsHollie  L  Salazar - holliejean49@unm.edu114
80157230Online - TopicsJane  M  Colhoun - jcolhoun@unm.edu2 Section Full

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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CANCELLED
800
56528Lecture Staff 320

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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80051130Hybrid - LectureJane  M  Colhoun - jcolhoun@unm.edu1 Section Full
80454363Online - LectureHollie  L  Salazar - holliejean49@unm.edu1 Section Full

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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80051198Online - LectureJane  M  Colhoun - jcolhoun@unm.edu18
80154037Online - LectureJane  M  Colhoun - jcolhoun@unm.edu18
80351203LectureHollie  L  Salazar - holliejean49@unm.edu12
80754040Online - LectureHollie  L  Salazar - holliejean49@unm.edu11

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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80051280Online - LectureJane  M  Colhoun - jcolhoun@unm.edu13
80251282LectureHollie  L  Salazar - holliejean49@unm.edu12
80654043Online - LectureJane  M  Colhoun - jcolhoun@unm.edu13
80854702Online - LectureHollie  L  Salazar - holliejean49@unm.edu1 Section Full

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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80051437

W  3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Colin  I  Nicholls - colnic@unm.edu32
80156470

T  11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Colin  I  Nicholls - colnic@unm.edu31
80256471

R  1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Colin  I  Nicholls - colnic@unm.edu34
80356529

W  5:30 PM - 8:15 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Leonard    Horan - horanl@unm.edu3 Section Full

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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80051447Online - LectureJessica  S  Phillips - jphillips45@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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80051484Online - LectureHollie  L  Salazar - holliejean49@unm.edu311

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 2531 or ACT Math =>22 or SAT Math Section =>540 or ACCUPLACER Next-Generation Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra, and Statistics =>253.

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80050759Hybrid - LectureCheryl  B  Hedden - chedden@unm.edu311

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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80056400Online - LectureJessica  S  Phillips - jphillips45@unm.edu37

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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80056465

MW  9:00 AM - 10:40 AM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Tommy  V  Ragland - tragland@unm.edu48

Transcendental functions, techniques of integration, numerical integration, improper integrals, sequences and series, Taylor series with applications, complex variables, differential equations. Credit for both this course and MATH 1440 may not be applied toward a degree program. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 2: Mathematics and Statistics. Prerequisite: 1512.

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80056466

MW  12:00 PM - 2:40 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Tommy  V  Ragland - tragland@unm.edu47

Titles will vary. Offered on a CR/NC basis only.

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T: Inter Algebra M1215X
80056739Online - TopicsJane  M  Colhoun - jcolhoun@unm.edu23

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T: Topics in Trigonometry
80056879Online - TopicsColin  I  Nicholls - colnic@unm.edu13
T: Math Support Calc I & II
80151734Online - TopicsHollie  L  Salazar - holliejean49@unm.edu122

Algebra from the viewpoint of the elementary curriculum with emphasis on proportional and linear relationships. Also included: data analysis and other topics with connections to the elementary curriculum. Problem solving is emphasized throughout. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 2: Mathematics and Statistics. Prerequisite: 1118 and (1215X or 1220 or 1230 or 1240 or 1350 or 1430 or 1512 or ACT Math =>19 or SAT Math Section =>480 or ACCUPLACER Next-Generation Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra, and Statistics =>262).

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80054302

W  6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Marcial  L  Echenique - mechenique@unm.edu322

Students will be required to do the homework in class under the instructor's supervision. Prerequisite: 1220. Corequisite: 1240.

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80056469Online - LaboratoryJessica  S  Phillips - jphillips45@unm.edu123

Uses activities for the study of science topics including botany, cell biology, genetics, microbiology and zoology with emphasis on science processes, inquiry and the integration of technology. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 3: Physical and Natural Sciences.

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80056281

R  6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Laboratory
Janet  L  Elder - corkyboy@unm.edu411

This course will focus on health and illness concepts across the lifespan. Concepts covered are related to homeostasis/regulation, sexuality/reproduction, protection/movement, and emotional processes. Prerequisite: 1110 and NURS 240L. Corequisite: 1220 and 1235 and NURS 240 and HCHS 125. Restriction: admitted to A.S. Nursing.

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80051957

M  9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  116

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Marianna  K  Sunderlin - msunderlin1966@unm.edu31

This course introduces the nursing student to the attributes of the health care participant as an individual, a family, or a community. Prerequisite: 1110 and NURS 240L. Corequisite: 1210 and 1235 and HCHS 125 and NURS 240. Restriction: admitted to A.S. Nursing.

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80051960

M  1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  116

Hybrid - Lecture
Karen  J  Odell - kjodell@salud.unm.edu31

This course introduces the nursing student to pharmacologic nursing practice from a conceptual approach. Prerequisite: 1110 and 1135 and NURS 240.

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80051965

T  9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  116

Hybrid - Lecture
Karen  J  Odell - kjodell@salud.unm.edu31

This course introduces the nursing student to the assessment of and the health promotion for the health care participant as an individual, family, or community. This course uses seminar, laboratory, and/or clinical settings. Prerequisite: 1110 and NURS 240L. Corequisite: 1210 and 1220 and HCHS 125 and NURS 240. Restriction: admitted to A.S. Nursing.

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80056520

F  8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  115

R  8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  116

Hybrid - Lecture
Sarah    Bogar - sbogar@unm.edu41
Fees: $ 1000

This course will cover health and illness concepts, with the focus on acute conditions across the lifespan. Concepts covered are related to homeostasis/regulation, oxygenation/hemostasis, protection/movement, and emotional processes. Prerequisite: 1110 and 1210 and 1220 and 1235 and 2310 and 2320 and 2335 and NURS 239 and NURS 240 and NURS 240L. Corequisite: 2435 and 2445. Restriction: admitted to A.S. Nursing.

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80053715

T  8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  129

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Marianna  K  Sunderlin - msunderlin1966@unm.edu4 Section Full

In this course students will apply the curricular concepts in the management of care to health care participants with acute conditions across the lifespan. This course is a combination of seminar, lab, and clinical. Prerequisite: 1110 and 1210 and 1220 and 1235 and 2310 and 2320 and 2335 and NURS 239 and NURS 240 and NURS 240L. Corequisite: 2410. Restriction: admitted to A.S. Nursing.

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80053710

M  10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  129

WR  8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  115

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Karen  J  Odell - kjodell@salud.unm.eduMartha    Jaramillo - marjar@unm.eduDawn    Kittner - dkittner@unm.edu4 Section Full
Fees: $ 1000

This clinical course provides assessment of the student's nursing knowledge, skills, and abilities in preparation for graduation while the student works with a preceptor RN in the acute, long-term, or community setting. Prerequisite: NURS 222L and NURS 252 and NURS 291. Corequisite: NURS 253 and NURS 258L. Restriction: admitted to A.S. Nursing.

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80056516

WR  8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Dawn    Kittner - dkittner@unm.edu2 Section Full

This course provides an overview of general concepts of nutrition, which can be applied to food choices that support a healthy lifestyle. The cultural, psychological, physiological and economic implications of food choices are explored.

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80051760

R  9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Lilly-Marie  M  Blecher - drlillymarie@unm.edu315

Designed for students who have no keyboarding background or for students who want to improve/increase keyboarding skills. Students will learn the proper techniques for using the alpha-numeric keyboard using tutorial software on microcomputers. Not recommended for Office and Business Technology majors.

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CANCELLED
800
56611Online - Laboratory Staff 325

A management course pertaining to a vital office function-the storage and control of records. Students will acquire knowledge and gain experience in using traditional and computerized storage systems.

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CANCELLED
800
56612Online - Lecture Staff 325

Focuses on topics of special interest in Office and Business Technology. May be repeated for credit up to 9 credit hours.

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T: Google Platform
80056975

Apr. 19, 2021 - May 7, 2021
W  5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Taos Online  1

Open Learning - Topics
Arceonul    Moore - amoore7@unm.edu114

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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800
51303Online - Lecture Staff 330

Overview of the concepts and basic phenomena of physics. This course provides a largely descriptive and qualitative treatment with a minimum use of elementary mathematics to solve problems. No previous knowledge of physics is assumed. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 3: Physical and Natural Sciences.

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80057181

MTWRF  8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Hybrid - Lecture
Andrew  D  Leonard - leonarda@unm.edu3 Section Full

A series of laboratory experiments associated with the material presented in 1115. Two hours lab. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 3: Physical and Natural Sciences. Pre- or corequisite: 1115.

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80057182

MTWRF  8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Hybrid - Laboratory
Andrew  D  Leonard - leonarda@unm.edu14

The second half of a two semester algebra-based introduction to physics. This course covers electricity, magnetism and optics. Credit for both this course and PHYS 1320 may not be applied toward a degree program. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 3: Physical and Natural Sciences. Prerequisite: 1230.

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80054674Online - LectureColin  I  Nicholls - colnic@unm.edu322

A series of laboratory experiments associated with the material presented in 1240. Three hours lab. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 3: Physical and Natural Sciences. Pre- or corequisite: 1240.

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80054704Online - LaboratoryColin  I  Nicholls - colnic@unm.edu122

This is a supplemental course for 1240. Offered on a CR/NC basis only. Corequisite: 1240.

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80056467Online - LectureColin  I  Nicholls - colnic@unm.edu123

This course introduces comparative politics by examining the political history, social and economic structures, and contemporary political institutions and behavior, with focus on occurrences in countries representing diverse cultures, geographies, and levels of development. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 4: Social and Behavioral Sciences.

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80056265Online - LecturePhillip  R  Alldritt - paldritt@unm.edu331

An introduction to the field of athletic training and the bases of prevention and treatment of athletic injuries.

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80057183

MTWRF  8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Hybrid - Lecture
Staff 322
Fees: $ 70.5

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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80051006Online - LectureRandi  L  Archuleta - randia@unm.edu314
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802
54073Lecture Staff 320

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

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80051084Online - LectureCatherine  M  O'Neill - koneill@unm.edu326

The course provides an overview of human cognitive processes such as attention, perception, memory, language, categorization, decision-making, reasoning, and problem solving. Includes methods, theories, and applications. Prerequisite: 1110.

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80056310Online - LectureCatherine  M  O'Neill - koneill@unm.edu320

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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80056309Online - LectureCatherine  M  O'Neill - koneill@unm.edu325

Exploration of the psychological, physiological, cultural, social and individual factors that influence sexual behavior, sex roles, and sex identity. Prerequisite: 1110.

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80056307Online - LectureCatherine  M  O'Neill - koneill@unm.edu310

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ST: Addiction Eval and Treatme
80053894Online - TopicsLiz    Cervio - lalizz@unm.edu334

Topics in population health that are not covered in the existing curriculum that are mutually agreed upon by students and faculty. May be repeated for credit provided the subject matter varies.

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ST: Population Health
80057156Online - LectureJuliana    Anastasoff - janastasoff@salud.unm.edu1 Section Full

This course is for students who are interested in social welfare issues and/or are considering entering a social service profession. The course presents an overview of social problems, issues and trends, and the network of social agencies developed to address these concerns. The course examines the influence of personal and professional values and ethics on the helping relationship. The concept of social welfare will be discussed from a social work perspective (with an emphasis on social justice), and students will gain a basic understanding of social work in U.S. society, social work career opportunities, and contemporary issues facing social workers. Approaches relevant to work with individuals, families, groups and communities are presented, with special emphasis on Hispanic and Indigenous populations of New Mexico and the Southwest.

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80057087Online - LectureRandi  L  Archuleta - randia@unm.edu3 Section Full
Fees: $ 70.5

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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800
50864Online - Lecture Staff 340
80157210Online - LectureRandi  L  Archuleta - randia@unm.edu3 Section Full

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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80050819Online - LectureAntonia  A  Chavez-Aguilar - aca@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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80054664Online - LectureAntonia  A  Chavez-Aguilar - aca@unm.edu325
80154074

F  5:30 PM - 8:15 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Mariana    Ulibarri-Haran - maulibar@unm.edu36

This course will focus on introducing the principles of structural integration pertinent to sessions seven through ten, laying the groundwork for the next three courses.

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80056446

Mar. 15, 2021 - Mar. 19, 2021
MTWRF  8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  118

Open Learning - Lecture/Practice Experience
Kirstie  S  Segarra - ksegarra@unm.edu31
Fees: $ 100

This course will focus on session ten in the lineage of the 10 series by Dr. Ida Rolf. Students will apply the principles of structural integration--holism, adaptability, support, resonance and integration.

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80056457

May 24, 2021 - May 28, 2021
MTWRF  8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  118

Open Learning - Lecture/Practice Experience
Kirstie  S  Segarra - ksegarra@unm.edu33
Fees: $ 100

This course will focus on session four in the lineage of the 10 series by Dr. Ida Rolf, covering the assessment of a client/model, specific anatomy and the application of the overarching theme of support.

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80056442

Jan. 8, 2021 - Jan. 11, 2021
UMFS  9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  118

Open Learning - Lecture/Practice Experience
Kirstie  S  Segarra - ksegarra@unm.edu21
Fees: $ 100

This course will focus on session five in the lineage of the 10 series by Dr. Ida Rolf, covering the assessment of a client/model, specific anatomy and the application of the overarching theme of support and adaptability.

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80056443

Feb. 5, 2021 - Feb. 8, 2021
UMFS  9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  118

Open Learning - Lecture/Practice Experience
Kirstie  S  Segarra - ksegarra@unm.edu21
Fees: $ 100

This course will focus on session six in the lineage of the 10 series by Dr. Ida Rolf, and apply the principles of structural integration: holism, adaptability, support, resonance and integration, from a macro to micro application.

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80056445

Mar. 5, 2021 - Mar. 8, 2021
UMFS  9:00 AM - 5:50 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  118

Open Learning - Lecture/Practice Experience
Kirstie  S  Segarra - ksegarra@unm.edu21
Fees: $ 100

This course will focus on session seven in the lineage of the 10 series by Dr. Ida Rolf. Students will learn how to apply the principles of structural integration: holism, adaptability, support, resonance and integration.

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80056447

Apr. 2, 2021 - Apr. 5, 2021
UMFS  9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  118

Open Learning - Lecture/Practice Experience
Kirstie  S  Segarra - ksegarra@unm.edu21
Fees: $ 100

This course will focus on session eight in the lineage of the 10 series by Dr. Ida Rolf. Students will learn how to apply the principles of structural integration: holism, adaptability, support, resonance and integration.

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80056448

Apr. 23, 2021 - Apr. 26, 2021
UMFS  9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  118

Open Learning - Lecture/Practice Experience
Kirstie  S  Segarra - ksegarra@unm.edu21
Fees: $ 100

This course will focus on session nine in the lineage of the 10 series by Dr. Ida Rolf. Students will learn how to apply the principles of structural integration: holism, adaptability, support, resonance and integration.

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800
56450Open Learning - Lecture/Practice Experience Staff 316
Fees: $ 100
80157274

May 17, 2021 - May 21, 2021
MTWRF  8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  118

Open Learning - Lecture/Practice Experience
Kirstie  S  Segarra - ksegarra@unm.edu31
Fees: $ 100

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80057310

May 17, 2021 - May 21, 2021
MTWRF  8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Taos Sci Tech Engr & Math  108

Open Learning - Lecture
Brooke  A  Zanetell - zanetell@unm.edu36

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

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80057141

MTWRF  8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Hybrid - Topics
Diane  C  Leon - dleon02@unm.edu322

This course introduces the joys of working wood. Including: hand and power tool safety, stock preparation, and basic joinery techniques. $40.00 Lab Fee

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80057184

MTWRF  8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Hybrid - Lecture/Practice Experience
James    Loder - jloder@unm.edu324

Cabinet making in contemporary and Spanish Colonial styles. Including: construction, finishing techniques, and the use of counter top materials. Prerequisite: 101. $40 Lab Fee.

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80056187

TR  6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Taos Fred Peralta Hall  213

Lecture
Mario  E  Vargas - santeromv@unm.edu31
Fees: $ 40

This course introduces wood carving. The tools, safety practices, and basic techniques, including chip carving, low relief carving, texturing and tool sharpening. $40 Lab Fee.

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80056186

MW  6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Taos Fred Peralta Hall  213

Lecture
Mario  E  Vargas - santeromv@unm.edu31
Fees: $ 40

In this class, students will be introduced to the nature, vocabulary, media and history of the visual arts, illustrated by examples drawn from many cultures, both Western and non-Western and across many centuries. We will begin with a general overview of the subject, including basic concepts and themes that shed light on the continuity of the artistic enterprise across the span of human experience. We will study the visual elements from which art is made, including how artists use these elements and how the artists' use of visual elements affects our experience of looking at art. We will examine both two-dimensional and three-dimensional media including drawing, painting, printmaking, camera and computer arts, graphic design, sculpture, installation, crafts and architecture. Selected works will be examined in context, including the history of the time and place in which they were created, as well as their function, patronage, and the character and intent of individual artists. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 7: Arts and Design.

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80129050

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
Paula  C  King - pk1ng@unm.edu314

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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80129062

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
Mark  S  Green - greenm@unm.edu323

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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80129063

 Taos Online  1

Online - Laboratory
Mark  S  Green - greenm@unm.edu123

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T: Natural Resources Internshi
80229164

 Taos Online  1

Online - Topics
Brooke  A  Zanetell - zanetell@unm.edu124
T: Natural Resources Career Ex
80329199

F  1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Topics
Brooke  A  Zanetell - zanetell@unm.edu14

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T: Grant Writing
80129587

T  6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Topics
Staff 319

Upon completion students should acquire their Class A CDL Permit by successfully passing their General Knowledge exam, Air Brakes exam, Combinations exam, as administered by the State of New Mexico.

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80029339

US  8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Lecture/Practice Experience
Amos  M  Chavez - amosc@unm.edu33
Fees: $ 1650

This section is focused on the students developing the necessary skill to safely operate a Class A commercial vehicle on public roadways.

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80029340

US  8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Lecture/Practice Experience
Amos  M  Chavez - amosc@unm.edu33

This course will help students develop problem solving and other skills needed to traverse real life driving situations they may encounter once employed as a commercial driver.

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80029341

US  8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Lecture/Practice Experience
Amos  M  Chavez - amosc@unm.edu33

Students will be taught sections 7-1, 8-1, 9-1, 11-1, 12-1, and 13-1 of the New Mexico State CDL Manual. Students will be asked to take sample tests of these sections to demonstrate their knowledge.

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80029342

US  8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Lecture/Practice Experience
Amos  M  Chavez - amosc@unm.edu33

Upon the successful completion of this course, students will be able to demonstrate their ability to perform a Pre-Trip, an Air Brake Test, and drop and hook a trailer.

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80029343

US  8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Lecture/Practice Experience
Amos  M  Chavez - amosc@unm.edu33

Introduction to the historical, philosophical, sociological foundations of education, current trends, and issues in education; especially as it relates to a multicultural environment. Students will use those foundations to develop effective strategies related to problems, issues and responsibilities in the field of education. A field component at an educational site is required.

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80029067

W  5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Pamela    Remstein - remstein@unm.edu319

This 72-hour course is designed specifically for personnel who are first at the scene of an accident or emergency. This course offers a foundation for entry-level and advanced EMS courses.

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80029345

S  9:00 AM - 2:30 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  117

WF  5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  117

Combined Lecture/Lab
MaryAnn  S  Ferguson - mferguson0217@salud.unm.edu412
Fees: $ 100

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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80029060

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
Anne  C  Cunningham - ancunningham@unm.edu326

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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80129064

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
Mark  S  Green - greenm@unm.edu36

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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80129065

 Taos Online  1

Online - Laboratory
Mark  S  Green - greenm@unm.edu18

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80029078

MW  10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Daniel  P  Eagle - dpeagle3@unm.edu35

This course will cover an in-depth introduction to homeopathy, its philosophy and practical application. The student will be aquainted with the inter-relationship of mind, body and emotions.

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80029309

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
Angelika Maria    Koch - akoch@unm.edu313

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T: Integrated Mental Health
CANCELLED
801
29046Online - Topics Staff 125
Fees: $ 25

This course introduces the student to the concepts, tools, and techniques of microcomputer-based, two-dimensional graphics and animation. Students use microcomputer painting software to create visual effects and still images, and they use animation software to produce the illusion of movement. Students are taught design fundamentals, as well as the essentials of color theory, and they explore the differences between pigment color and light color.

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80029344

R  9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Johanna  R  Case-Hofmeister - jcasehofmeister99@unm.edu323

This course will provide the opportunity for students to refine their understanding of basic sports and deep tissue massage fundamentals: hydrotherapy, energy techniques, introduction to oriental medicine, sports massage, contraindications and disease education. Prerequisite: 250. Restriction: admitted to CERT Integrative Massage Therapy.

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80129079

W  12:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  118

Lecture
Susan  M  Myers - myers77@unm.edu37
Fees: $ 25

Students will give professional massages under the supervision of the instructor to clients from the community. Clinical practicum is for students to refine their skills and gain hands-on experience. Prerequisite: 250. Restriction: admitted to CERT Integrative Massage Therapy.

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80029048

F  11:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  118

Practice Experience
Susan  M  Myers - myers77@unm.edu37
Fees: $ 25

This course will provide the opportunity for students to practice basic Swedish and deep tissue massage fundamentals in a professional massage setting. Students will give professional massages under the supervision of the instructor to clients.

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80129049

R  11:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  118

Laboratory
Kirstie  S  Segarra - ksegarra@unm.edu37
Fees: $ 25

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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80129069

MR  9:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Jane  M  Colhoun - jcolhoun@unm.edu416

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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80129070

MR  1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Jane  M  Colhoun - jcolhoun@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 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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80129071

MR  1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Jane  M  Colhoun - jcolhoun@unm.edu115

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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80129072

MR  1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Jane  M  Colhoun - jcolhoun@unm.edu113

This course explores the ideas of music in society and its cultural relevance and is designed to increase the students’ appreciation of music as well as to enhance their listening skills. Students are introduced to various periods, styles, and composers of music and become acquainted with knowledge and appreciation of rock and roll music from various cultures and times. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 7: Arts and Design.

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80029310

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
Rollin    Medcalf - rmedcalf@unm.edu326

This course is an introduction to the scientific study of human social influence and interaction, and explores how an individual’s actions, emotions, attitudes and thought processes are influenced by society and other individuals. Prerequisite: 1110.

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80029298

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
George    Ackerman - gackerman@unm.edu324

Provides an academic overview of the major religious traditions of Asia, which may include the religions of India (Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism, China (Daoism and Confucianism, Chan Buddhism), and Japan (Shinto and Zen Buddhism). Students will be assigned both primary and secondary texts. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 5: Humanities.

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80029311

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
Cathy  J  McAleer - cmcaleer@unm.edu325

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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80029308

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
Samuel  R  Brown - sbrown59@unm.edu324

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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80066748

M  6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Taos Padre Martinez Hall  145D

Hybrid - Lecture
Thomas  L  Duran - tlduran@unm.edu323
80167509

M  5:30 PM - 8:15 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Lecture
Leonard    Horan - horanl@unm.edu320

This course introduces the complex histories, social issues, and cultural experiences of peoples of the southwestern United States. Course materials and discussions also demonstrate the possibilities of interdisciplinary study of regional American culture. It is multicultural in content and multidisciplinary in methodology. We will examine cross-cultural relationships among the peoples of the Southwest within the framework of their expressions and experiences in art, culture, religion; social and political economy. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 5: Humanities.

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80063708

M  3:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Taos Padre Martinez Hall  125B

Lecture
Staff 324

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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80070902

TR  12:00 PM - 2:30 PM
UNM Taos Pueblo Hall  126

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Phillip  R  Alldritt - paldritt@unm.edu312

This is an introductory course that provides an overview of cultural anthropology as a subfield within the broader discipline of anthropology and as a research approach within the social sciences more generally. The course presents core concepts and methods of cultural anthropology that are used to understand the ways in which human beings organize and experience their lives through distinctive cultural practices. More specifically, this course explores social and cultural differences and similarities around the world through a variety of topics such as: language and communication, economics, ways of making a living, marriage and family, kinship and descent, race, ethnicity, political organization, supernatural beliefs, sex and gender, and globalization. This course ultimately aims to present a broad range of perspectives and practices of various cultural groups from across the globe. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 4: Social and Behavioral Sciences.

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80067285

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
Phillip  R  Alldritt - paldritt@unm.edu323

This course introduces students to field and laboratory methods and techniques in archeology. Students learn the standards of archeological field recording, excavation techniques and field-related laboratory skills. Fieldwork is required. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 3: Physical and Natural Sciences. Corequisite: 1211L.

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80064941

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
Phillip  R  Alldritt - paldritt@unm.edu318

Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 3: Physical and Natural Sciences. Corequisite: 1211.

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80067287

 Taos Online  1

Online - Laboratory
Phillip  R  Alldritt - paldritt@unm.edu119

In this class, students will be introduced to the nature, vocabulary, media and history of the visual arts, illustrated by examples drawn from many cultures, both Western and non-Western and across many centuries. We will begin with a general overview of the subject, including basic concepts and themes that shed light on the continuity of the artistic enterprise across the span of human experience. We will study the visual elements from which art is made, including how artists use these elements and how the artists' use of visual elements affects our experience of looking at art. We will examine both two-dimensional and three-dimensional media including drawing, painting, printmaking, camera and computer arts, graphic design, sculpture, installation, crafts and architecture. Selected works will be examined in context, including the history of the time and place in which they were created, as well as their function, patronage, and the character and intent of individual artists. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 7: Arts and Design.

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80064963

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
Paula  C  King - pk1ng@unm.edu330

This survey course explores the art and architecture of ancient pre-historic cultures through the end of the fourteenth century. While focused primarily on the art of the Western civilizations, this course will also provide insights into the works of other major cultures in order to provide alternate views of art and history. Emphasis will be placed on the relationship of artworks to political, social, spiritual, intellectual, and cultural movements that affect and are affected by their creation and development. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 7: Arts and Design.

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80070222

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
Paula  C  King - pk1ng@unm.edu330

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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80064091

F  12:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Taos Fred Peralta Hall  221

Studio
Sarah    Stolar - sstolar@unm.edu39
Fees: $ 45

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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80064101

T  9:00 AM - 2:30 PM
Taos Fred Peralta Hall  214

Web Enhanced - Studio
Luther    Akins - lakins@unm.edu310
Fees: $ 75

An introduction to the medium of clay incorporating hand building and wheel throwing to introduce the student to both the sculptural and utilitarian uses of clay. The student will also be introduced to a variety of glazing and firing techniques. Prerequisite: 1310.

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80064142

R  9:00 AM - 2:30 PM
Taos Fred Peralta Hall  214

Web Enhanced - Studio
Luther    Akins - lakins@unm.edu3 Section Full
Waitlist: 5
Fees: $ 75

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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80067177

 Taos Online  1

Online - Studio
Teena  L  Ryan - tlryan@unm.edu316

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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80070216

T  3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Studio
Johanna  R  Case-Hofmeister - jcasehofmeister99@unm.edu34

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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80064084

W  3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Studio
Sarah    Stolar - sstolar@unm.edu324
80170214

T  9:00 AM - 2:30 PM
Taos Fred Peralta Hall  221

Studio
Gary  A  Cook - gary@unm.edu310
Fees: $ 45

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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80064134

M  12:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Taos Fred Peralta Hall  221

Studio
Sarah    Stolar - sstolar@unm.edu38
Fees: $ 75

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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80067176

W  9:00 AM - 2:30 PM
Taos Fred Peralta Hall  229

Studio
Gary  A  Cook - gary@unm.edu3 Section Full
Waitlist: 5
Fees: $ 85

This course provides an introduction to the proper use of shop facilities with an emphasis on the safety procedures required for their proper use. The course will provide the student with a foundation of technical skills for use in the production of their work in subsequent classes. Offered on a CR/NC basis only.

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80070619

M  9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Taos Fred Peralta Hall  213

Studio
Mario  E  Vargas - santeromv@unm.edu210
Fees: $ 45

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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80070215

R  9:00 AM - 2:30 PM
Taos Fred Peralta Hall  221

Studio
Gary  A  Cook - gary@unm.edu39
Fees: $ 75

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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80064151

T  3:00 PM - 4:15 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Colin  I  Nicholls - colnic@unm.edu320

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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80064222

M  8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Taos Sci Tech Engr & Math  112

Laboratory
Colin  I  Nicholls - colnic@unm.edu120
Fees: $ 50

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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80064230

T  12:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Brooke  A  Zanetell - zanetell@unm.edu316
80170869

T  12:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Taos Sci Tech Engr & Math  116

Lecture
Brooke  A  Zanetell - zanetell@unm.edu312

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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80064404

 Taos Online  1

Online - Laboratory
Brooke  A  Zanetell - zanetell@unm.edu130

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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80164318

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
Mark  S  Green - greenm@unm.edu323

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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80164421

 Taos Online  1

Online - Laboratory
Mark  S  Green - greenm@unm.edu122

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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80067401

TR  3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Laboratory
Martinez  J  Hewlett - mhewlett@unm.edu419

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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80168304

M  3:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Josh  T  Wright - jwrong@unm.edu312

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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80168303

W  3:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Laboratory
Josh  T  Wright - jwrong@unm.edu111

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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80070364

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
Rollin    Medcalf - rmedcalf@unm.edu312

This is the second 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 endocrine, cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, urinary, and reproductive systems. Three hours lab. Pre- or corequisite: 2225.

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80070365

 Taos Online  1

Online - Laboratory
Rollin    Medcalf - rmedcalf@unm.edu120

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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80067410

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
Tanya  L  Badger - tbadger@unm.edu322

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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80067436

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
Joel    Whitehead - joelw@unm.edu329

Success in today's business environment requires more than academic preparation. Successful business people must navigate organizational dynamics, write clearly and concisely, speak with confidence, and develop a career vision and strategy.

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80070300

R  9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
UNM Taos Pueblo Hall  124

Lecture
Victoria  J  Santistevan - vsg@unm.edu112

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T: Computer Fundamentals
80071111

Aug. 23, 2021 - Sep. 10, 2021
T  9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
 

Open Learning - Topics
Staff 16

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 2531 or ACT Math =>22 or SAT Math Section =>540.

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80064757

MW  12:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Taos Sci Tech Engr & Math  116

Lecture
Staff 412
Fees: $ 50

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 2531 or ACT Math =>25 or SAT Math Section =>590. Pre- or corequisite: 1215L.

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80064771

M  3:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Taos Sci Tech Engr & Math  116

Lecture
Staff 310

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. 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 2531 or ACT Math=>25 or SAT Math Section =>590. Pre- or corequisite: 1215 or 1217.

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80064884

W  3:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Taos Sci Tech Engr & Math  116

Laboratory
Staff 110
Fees: $ 50

Introductory survey of the Mexican American experience in the United States, with special reference to New Mexico. Exploration of historical, political, social, and cultural dimensions. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 5: Humanities.

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80067453

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
Trisha  V  Martinez - suenamtz@unm.edu325

Upon completion students should acquire their Class A CDL Permit by successfully passing their General Knowledge exam, Air Brakes exam, Combinations exam, as administered by the State of New Mexico.

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80070268

US  8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Lecture/Practice Experience
Amos  M  Chavez - amosc@unm.edu35
Fees: $ 1650
80167170

US  8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Lecture/Practice Experience
Amos  M  Chavez - amosc@unm.edu35
Fees: $ 1650

This section is focused on the students developing the necessary skill to safely operate a Class A commercial vehicle on public roadways.

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80070271

US  8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Lecture/Practice Experience
Amos  M  Chavez - amosc@unm.edu35
80167171

US  8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Lecture/Practice Experience
Amos  M  Chavez - amosc@unm.edu35

This course will help students develop problem solving and other skills needed to traverse real life driving situations they may encounter once employed as a commercial driver.

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80070274

US  8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Lecture/Practice Experience
Amos  M  Chavez - amosc@unm.edu35
80167172

US  8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Lecture/Practice Experience
Amos  M  Chavez - amosc@unm.edu35

Students will be taught sections 7-1, 8-1, 9-1, 11-1, 12-1, and 13-1 of the New Mexico State CDL Manual. Students will be asked to take sample tests of these sections to demonstrate their knowledge.

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80070276

US  8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Lecture/Practice Experience
Amos  M  Chavez - amosc@unm.edu35
80167173

US  8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Lecture/Practice Experience
Amos  M  Chavez - amosc@unm.edu35

Upon the successful completion of this course, students will be able to demonstrate their ability to perform a Pre-Trip, an Air Brake Test, and drop and hook a trailer.

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80070278

US  8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Lecture/Practice Experience
Amos  M  Chavez - amosc@unm.edu35
80167174

US  8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Lecture/Practice Experience
Amos  M  Chavez - amosc@unm.edu35

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.

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80064715

M  4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture/Practice Experience
Katherine  E  Spess - kadvisor@unm.edu315
80164716

T  12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture/Practice Experience
Katherine  E  Spess - kadvisor@unm.edu314
80264717

W  12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture/Practice Experience
Katherine  E  Spess - kadvisor@unm.edu318

This course provides an introduction to the study of interpersonal communication. Students will examine the application of interpersonal communication in personal and professional relationships. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 1: Communication.

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80064735

 Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Online - Lecture
Katherine  E  Spess - kadvisor@unm.edu320

An exploration of fairy and folk tales from a variety of cultures. The course introduces methods of analysis while exploring historical and contemporary roles and interrelationships of the tales. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 5: Humanities.

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80070348

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
Cathy  J  McAleer - cmcaleer@unm.edu321

Introduces students to 3D-printing software using Sketchup, Autodesks 123D Design and AutoCad. Prerequisite: 150.

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80070693

W  3:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Taos Sci Tech Engr & Math  126

Lecture
Mark  S  Goldman - mgoldm01@unm.edu46
Fees: $ 25

Students will comprehend the use of Hardware and the application of Software on a windows platform. Students will be given exercises to acquire skills for creating, editing, saving and printing Microsoft files.

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80070676

 Taos Online  1

Online - Laboratory
Joel    Whitehead - joelw@unm.edu322

Students will create and edit basic worksheets and workbooks. Excel is used to perform calculations on numerical data such as financial statements, budgets, and expense reports.

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80054245

 Taos Online  1

Online - Laboratory
Joel    Whitehead - joelw@unm.edu323

Students will become familiar with PowerPoint screens and various screen elements. Students will then learn the fundamentals of creating effective multimedia presentations. By the end of the course students will create their own presentations.

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80070939

Aug. 23, 2021 - Sep. 10, 2021
 Taos Online  1

Open Learning - Laboratory
Staff 120

Students create and modify various computer-generated "raster image" documents. The course content includes photography, using layers and color correction, as well as the preparation of images for electronic publications, printing, multimedia and web pages.

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80054244

 Taos Online  1

Online - Laboratory
Joel    Whitehead - joelw@unm.edu330

Titles will vary.

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T: Business Comp Application
80067506

W  5:30 PM - 8:15 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Topics
Estefanita  M  Abeyta - esabeyta@unm.edu320
T: Computer Literacy
80167507

R  5:30 PM - 8:15 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Topics
Estefanita  M  Abeyta - esabeyta@unm.edu320
T: Online Readiness
80271112

Sep. 13, 2021 - Oct. 1, 2021
T  9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
 

Open Learning - Topics
Staff 16
T: Online Readiness
80371113

Oct. 18, 2021 - Nov. 5, 2021
T  9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
 

Open Learning - Topics
Staff 16

An introductory course in blueprint reading to help the student interpret the ideas of others and to express his/ her own ideas in an understandable manner through drawings. It will stress the necessary skills and processes used in architectural drafting. The students will have the opportunity to develop their own originality and ingenuity. Taught through classroom and laboratory experiences.

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80067608

M  3:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Taos Sci Tech Engr & Math  126

Lecture
Mark  S  Goldman - mgoldm01@unm.edu37
Fees: $ 25

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80070689

W  9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Taos Fred Peralta Hall  213

Lecture
Staff 36
Fees: $ 45

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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80070168

M  6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Benjamin    Aguilar - beneagle@unm.edu327

The course presents a focused practical introduction to the key principles and practices of policing. Topics covered include issues of law enforcement fragmentation and jurisdiction, philosophies of policing, enforcement discretion, deployment strategies, use of force, personnel selection, socialization, tactics, and stress.

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80070901

W  6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Benjamin    Aguilar - beneagle@unm.edu328

An introduction to the fundamentals of professional food preparation to include product identification, basic skill development, dexterity, safety, and sanitation in the kitchen. This class will focus on the use of seasonal fruits, vegetables, and grains and will provide the student with the basics of quality control, weights and measures, terms, professionalism, and communication. Lab fee: $50.

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80070301

M  12:00 PM - 2:30 PM
 

Lecture
Staff 34
Fees: $ 125

Emphasis will be placed on classical techniques in the preparation of mother sauces and their derivatives, proper stock preparation, reduction, storage, and usage. This course also covers the assembly of clear broth, legume, velout?, chowders, bisques and cream soups, and focuses on the preparation of vegetarian, meat, poultry, and seafood entre?s. Lab fee: $50.

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80070313

T  9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
 

Lecture
Staff 34
Fees: $ 125

Students will examine the critical role of proper safety and sanitation in today's professional foodservice environment, and will learn about protecting customers from biological, chemical and physical hazards as food moves through the operation.

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80070316

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture/Practice Experience
Karla    Nardi - knardi@unm.edu115
Fees: $ 25

National Restaurant Association's food safety training covering: the importance of food safety, personal hygiene, time/temperature control, cleaning and sanitizing, methods of thawing cooking, cooling, and reheating food, HACCP and food safety regulations.

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ServSafe Manager
80070318

   

Hybrid - Lecture/Practice Experience
Karla    Nardi - knardi@unm.edu114
Fees: $ 25

This is the final course necessary for completion of the Culinary Arts Certificate Program. This course allows the student to work 45 hours in a professional restaurant environment. This is a hands on, work-study class. It will provide the student the opportunity to practice real world techniques in the culinary arts profession. Lab fee: $45. Prerequisite: 109.

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80070319

   

Practice Experience
Karla    Nardi - knardi@unm.edu310

This course will focus on healthy cooking methods and menu selection. Delicious, fresh and healthy eating, with recipes that can be adapted to individual requirements.

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80070314

M  9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
 

Lecture/Practice Experience
Staff 34
Fees: $ 125

This course is designed to provide students with a fundamental working knowledge of the technical, aesthetic, and conceptual aspects of creating digital artwork using a variety of tools in the Adobe Creative Suite.

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80060155

W  9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
 

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Peter    Walker - pedrowalker@unm.edu37
Fees: $ 40

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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80065189

W  6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Taos Online  1

W  6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Taos Padre Martinez Hall  125B

Hybrid - Lecture
Pamela    Remstein - remstein@unm.edu323

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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80166213

T  4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Helen  E  Forte - he234@unm.edu220

This course explores various theories of child guidance and the practical applications of each. It provides developmentally appropriate methods for guiding children and effective strategies and suggestions for facilitating positive social interactions. Strategies for preventing challenging behaviors through the use of environment, routines and schedule will be presented Emphasis is placed on helping children become self- responsible, competent, independent, and cooperative learners and including families as part of the guidance approach.

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80065229

M  6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Michelle  R  Gonzales - michgon@unm.edu320

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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80165231

M  6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Taos Online  1

M  6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Taos Padre Martinez Hall  125B

Hybrid - Lecture
Pamela    Remstein - remstein@unm.edu320

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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80065234

   

Hybrid - Practice Experience
Pamela    Remstein - remstein@unm.edu212

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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80067442

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
Soumyajit    Chakraborty - soumyajitchakraborty@unm.edu328

Meets the 1998 EMT-Basic National Standard Curriculum requirements and incorporates New Mexico EMT-B scope of practice. Provides lecture instruction to prepare the student to sit for New Mexico and National Registry testing. Corequisite: 142.

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80062676

S  9:00 AM - 2:30 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  117

TR  5:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Josh  T  Wright - jwrong@unm.edu811

Meets the 1998 EMT-Basic National Standard Curriculum requirements and incorporates New Mexico EMT-B scope of practice. Provides lab instruction to prepare the student to sit for New Mexico and National Registry testing. Corequisite: 113.

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80062677

S  9:00 AM - 2:30 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  117

TR  5:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Laboratory
Josh  T  Wright - jwrong@unm.edu211
Fees: $ 200

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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80168009

MW  8:30 AM - 12:20 PM
Taos Online  1

F  8:30 AM - 12:20 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  117

Hybrid - Laboratory
Josh  T  Wright - jwrong@unm.edu111
Fees: $ 200

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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80067160

   

Recitation
Josh  T  Wright - jwrong@unm.edu211

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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80168010

MW  8:30 AM - 12:20 PM
Taos Online  1

F  8:30 AM - 12:20 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  117

Hybrid - Lecture
Josh  T  Wright - jwrong@unm.edu511

Titles will vary.

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T: EMS Academic Strategies
80070620

W  5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Topics
Ellen  B  Butler - ebutler@unm.edu212

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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80066300

T  1:00 PM - 2:15 PM
Taos Padre Martinez Hall  125B

Hybrid - Writing
Laura  A  Lynch - llynch02@unm.edu320
80166301

T  3:00 PM - 4:15 PM
Taos Padre Martinez Hall  125B

Hybrid - Writing
Laura  A  Lynch - llynch02@unm.edu319
80266302

 Taos Online  1

Online - Writing
Anne  C  Cunningham - ancunningham@unm.edu327
80467508

R  5:30 PM - 8:15 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Lecture
Cynthia  A  Cotner - ccotner@unm.edu320

First semester of Composition I stretch sequence. Focuses on analyzing rhetorical situations and responding with appropriate genres and technologies. (EPW) This is the the first course in a two-part sequence. In order to receive transfer credit for ENGL 1110, all courses in this sequence (ENGL 1110X, ENGL 1110Y) must be taken and passed. Credit for both this course and ENGL 1110 may not be applied toward a degree program. Students with ACT English <16 or SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing <450 or Next Generation ACCUPLACER Writing <279 will begin their English Composition Sequence with ENGL 1110X. Restriction: permission of department.

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80067417

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
Amber  L  Gordon - gordona@unm.edu315

Second semester of Composition I stretch sequence. Focuses on analyzing rhetorical situations and responding with appropriate genres and technologies. This is the the second course in a two-part sequence. In order to receive transfer credit for ENGL 1110, all courses in this sequence (ENGL 1110X, ENGL 1110Y) must be taken and passed. Prerequisite: 1110X.

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80070347

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
Amber  L  Gordon - gordona@unm.edu314

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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80070346

MW  1:00 PM - 2:15 PM
UNM Taos Pueblo Hall  126

Hybrid - Lecture
Laura  A  Lynch - llynch02@unm.edu414

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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80066340

T  12:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Taos Padre Martinez Hall  145D

Writing
Amber  E  Burke - amberburke@unm.edu319
80166342

R  9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Taos Padre Martinez Hall  145D

Writing
Amber  E  Burke - amberburke@unm.edu320
80266343

 Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Online - Writing
Anne  C  Cunningham - ancunningham@unm.edu327

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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80170818

 Taos Online  1

Online - Writing
Michael  H  Burwell - mikeb48@unm.edu32

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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80070586

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
Mark  S  Green - greenm@unm.edu322
80170588

M  12:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Taos Sci Tech Engr & Math  112

Lecture
Deborah  A  Ragland - dragland@unm.edu312

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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80070587

 Taos Online  1

Online - Laboratory
Mark  S  Green - greenm@unm.edu122
80170589

W  12:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Taos Sci Tech Engr & Math  112

Laboratory
Deborah  A  Ragland - dragland@unm.edu112
Fees: $ 25

This course is designed to provide students with a survey of the histories, innovative concepts, and creative possibilities of digital media. Within both the lecture hall and the studio lab, students will consider a wide variety of digital media processes and applications. Additionally, students will learn fundamental skills in teamwork, storytelling, and design. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 4: Social and Behavioral Sciences.

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80065352

R  9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Laboratory
Peter    Walker - pedrowalker@unm.edu322

This course introduces students to the fundamentals in film history, criticism, and theory. Though viewing and analysis of a variety of narrative, documentary, and experimental films, students will advance their understanding of key issues in filmic representation and aesthetics. A range of approaches will be employed in understanding the aesthetic and cultural significance of the medium, including feminism, post-colonialism, critical race theory, and modernism. Special fee required. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 7: Arts and Design.

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80065374

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
Kelly    Clement - clement8@unm.edu328

An in-depth exploration of digital video production, including camera, lighting and sound production techniques for studio and field production. This class will help the filmmaker visualize and execute a digital film in a real-world team environment. Prerequisite: 1210.

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80070388

R  3:00 PM - 5:30 PM
 

Web Enhanced - Studio
Peter    Walker - pedrowalker@unm.edu34
Fees: $ 40
80170407

W  3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Studio
Peter    Walker - pedrowalker@unm.edu321

This course is designed to help increase awareness of math-based structures in day-to-day life, interpret and evaluate information presented in graphical and visual formats, and use problem-solving tools and concepts to analyze information and arguments.

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Math Learning Strategies Stats
80067225

 Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Cheryl  B  Hedden - chedden@unm.edu115
Math Learning Strategies Surv
80167227

 Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Cheryl  B  Hedden - chedden@unm.edu115

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
80463698

T  9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
UNM Taos Pueblo Hall  126

Seminar
Antonia  A  Chavez-Aguilar - aca@unm.edu314
Sem: Intro to UNM & Higher Ed
80570349

W  6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Taos Padre Martinez Hall  145D

Seminar
Antonia  A  Chavez-Aguilar - aca@unm.edu324
Sem: Intro to UNM & Higher Ed
80670350

 Taos Online  1

Online - Seminar
Antonia  A  Chavez-Aguilar - aca@unm.edu330

The ecology of natural and artificial groups of terrestrial organisms used in the production of goods and services is the focus of this course. Topics include biological productivity, vegetation dynamics, biodiversity, range ecosystems, forest ecosystems, and pest populations. Prerequisite: GEOL 1120 and GEOL 1120L.

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80070590

T  9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Taos Sci Tech Engr & Math  110

Hybrid - Lecture/Practice Experience
Brooke  A  Zanetell - zanetell@unm.edu412

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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80064497

M  9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Taos Sci Tech Engr & Math  112

Lecture
Deborah  A  Ragland - dragland@unm.edu311

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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80064508

W  9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Taos Sci Tech Engr & Math  112

Laboratory
Deborah  A  Ragland - dragland@unm.edu111
Fees: $ 25

This course is a tour of the geologic history and natural places of New Mexico. Students will explore the materials (rocks and minerals) that make up New Mexico and the processes that created and continue to shape our state. Students will learn about mountains, rivers and seas that have come and gone, and New Mexico’s rich fossil heritage. Students will discover where and why volcanoes erupted, and where natural resources are found and extracted.

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80070603

T  9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Deborah  A  Ragland - dragland@unm.edu319

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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80064852

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
Kevin  J  Riley - rileykj@unm.edu328

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Sections
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80024363

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
Angelika Maria    Koch - akoch@unm.edu322

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Sections
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80037945

TR  12:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  117

Lecture
Sean  W  Murphy - swmurphy@unm.edu312
Fees: $ 25

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80024365

T  9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  118

Lecture
Susan  M  Myers - myers77@unm.edu316
Fees: $ 25

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Sections
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80051308

R  9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  118

Lecture
Lilly-Marie  M  Blecher - drlillymarie@unm.edu310
Fees: $ 25

An exploration of the effects of meditation, visualization and dream work upon personal growth and consciousness, with special emphasis on how these practices can be used to enhance one's creative life and health.

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80054401

W  3:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture/Practice Experience
Gary  A  Cook - gary@unm.edu322

This is a course in possibility, one that aims to open options for cuing, sequencing, and modifying poses, and illuminate the many paths yoga classes and yoga teaching careers can take.

Sections
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80070181

W  9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture/Practice Experience
Amber  E  Burke - amberburke@unm.edu315

This course will teach students to design safe, beneficial practices for their students who have with common conditions, always collaborating with those students to discover what works best for them.

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80070182

M  12:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture/Practice Experience
Amber  E  Burke - amberburke@unm.edu317

This course will include making an herbal notebook, creating herbal preparations, (mostly local) materia medica, some wild-crafting and herbal-farming techniques. Students will be tested to make sure the knowledge is maintained.

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80054507

M  3:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  118

Lecture/Practice Experience
Rifka  M  Bourdeau - rmbourdeau@unm.edu310
Fees: $ 50

This course will introduce students to the world's largest industries, from destination planning, hotel and restaurant management to sports, entertainment and event management and provide an overview of the tourism and hospitality industry.

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80070386Online - LectureKarla    Nardi - knardi@unm.edu325

This course introduces students to real world work experience within the Hospitality industry. Students will become familiarized with many aspects of the industry such as operation management, event planning, marketing, and customer service.

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80067108

 Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Hybrid - Lecture
Victoria  J  Santistevan - vsg@unm.edu310

This course is designed to teach basic interviewing techniques used in a variety of settings. Theoretical foundations of various interviewing styles and techniques will be examined. The student will develop an awareness of ways in which the interviewer’s background, attitudes, and behaviors influence the interview. Prerequisite: SOWK 2110.

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80071169

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
Randi  L  Archuleta - randia@unm.edu33
Fees: $ 70.5

This course emphasizes the techniques and skills required for counseling with special populations including women, minorities, youth and persons with co-occurring physical and mental disabilities and disorders. Prerequisite: HCHS 140.

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80070201

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
Liz    Cervio - lalizz@unm.edu330

(Previously IT 120LT). This course serves as a general introduction in current networking technology for local area networks (LANs), wide-area networks (WANs), and the Internet.

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80070681

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture/Practice Experience
Arceonul    Moore - amoore7@unm.edu325

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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80070675

R  12:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Taos Sci Tech Engr & Math  124

Laboratory
William  L  Hood - billhood@unm.edu38

Introduction to development, creation, and management of websites intended for IT majors. Topics include HTML, JavaScript, and web server technology. Prerequisite: CS 101 and CS 152L.

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80070683

R  9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Taos Sci Tech Engr & Math  126

Combined Lecture/Lab
Michael  E  Yeager - mikeyeager@unm.edu38

This course will provide the opportunity for students to refine their understanding of basic Swedish massage fundamentals as well as an opportunity to practice. Restriction: admitted to CERT Integrative Massage Therapy.

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80037947

W  12:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  118

Combined Lecture/Lab
Kirstie  S  Segarra - ksegarra@unm.edu316
Fees: $ 1025

This course will provide the opportunity for students to learn deep tissue techniques in massage. Students will continue developing their skills in Swedish massage, while learning application of deep tissue theory and hands-on modalities. Prerequisite: 250. Restriction: admitted to CERT Integrative Massage Therapy.

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80062955

R  12:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  118

Lecture
Antonio  C  Quintana - aquint02@unm.edu316
Fees: $ 25

This course is for students requiring professional ethics for massage certification. Students will be challenged to look at cultural diversity and ethical issues in practice and how they apply to their profession.

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80054257

W  3:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  118

Lecture
Kirstie  S  Segarra - ksegarra@unm.edu316
Fees: $ 25

Continues in the education of 265 and offer a more in-depth experience of biomechanical, somatio-emotional, and energetic aspects of cranial-sacral therapy.

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80070210

F  3:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  118

Lecture/Practice Experience
Kirstie  S  Segarra - ksegarra@unm.edu116
Fees: $ 25

Cranial Sacral I will introduce students to the bio-mechanical, somatio-emotional, and energetic aspects of Cranial-Sacral Therapy.

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80170232

F  12:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  118

Lecture/Practice Experience
Kirstie  S  Segarra - ksegarra@unm.edu316
Fees: $ 25

Students learn the twelve systems of the body and how they can be affected by manual therapy, and assist students in understanding the basic concepts of anatomy and physiology and how to apply the concepts.

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80057295

T  12:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  118

Lecture
Antonio  C  Quintana - aquint02@unm.edu316
Fees: $ 25

This course is for various topics in massage therapy. If offers a wide variety of continuing education and topics in massage therapy. Courses will vary depending on the need of the student body and developments in massage therapy.

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T: Trigger Pt Deactivate (CE)
80057297

Sep. 25, 2021 - Sep. 26, 2021
US  9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  118

Open Learning - Topics
Susan  M  Myers - myers77@unm.edu115
Fees: $ 25
Blossoming the Pelvis (CE)
80167151

Oct. 2, 2021 - Oct. 3, 2021
US  9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  118

Open Learning - Topics
Kirstie  S  Segarra - ksegarra@unm.edu115
Fees: $ 25

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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80067275

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
George    Ackerman - gackerman@unm.edu321

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80026669

M  9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Taos Sci Tech Engr & Math  132

Hybrid - Combined Lecture/Lab
Hollie  L  Salazar - holliejean49@unm.edu411
80126670

R  9:45 AM - 11:30 AM
Taos Sci Tech Engr & Math  108

Hybrid - Combined Lecture/Lab
Jessica  S  Phillips - jphillips45@unm.edu410

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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80026672

 Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Combined Lecture/Lab
Jane  M  Colhoun - jcolhoun@unm.edu420
80147760

W  3:30 PM - 5:15 PM
Taos Sci Tech Engr & Math  132

Hybrid - Lecture
Jessica  S  Phillips - jphillips45@unm.edu412

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

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Problems MATH 1215Y
80047841

 Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Hollie  L  Salazar - holliejean49@unm.edu124

Study session for 1220 with an emphasis on problem solving. Offered on a CR/NC basis only.

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80067641

 Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Hollie  L  Salazar - holliejean49@unm.edu125

Study session for 1430 with an emphasis on problem-solving. Offered on a CR/NC basis only.

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Problems App of Calculcus I
80148988

 Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Hollie  L  Salazar - holliejean49@unm.edu125

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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80070238

W  6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Marcial  L  Echenique - mechenique@unm.edu317

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 2531 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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80067228

W  1:15 PM - 2:30 PM
Taos Sci Tech Engr & Math  132

Lecture
Jessica  S  Phillips - jphillips45@unm.edu312

Selected topics from algebra, geometry and trigonometry. Restriction: permission of department.

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Problems MATH 1215Z
80070622

 Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Topics
Hollie  L  Salazar - holliejean49@unm.edu125

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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80070969

F  5:30 PM - 8:15 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Lecture
Mariano  T  Terrible - sirdon318@unm.edu320

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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80070744

MR  10:15 AM - 11:30 AM
Taos Online  1

MR  10:15 AM - 11:30 AM
Taos Sci Tech Engr & Math  132

Hybrid - Lecture
Hollie  L  Salazar - holliejean49@unm.edu115
80170624

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
Jane  M  Colhoun - jcolhoun@unm.edu138

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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80070755

MR  10:15 AM - 11:30 AM
Taos Sci Tech Engr & Math  132

Hybrid - Lecture
Hollie  L  Salazar - holliejean49@unm.edu14
80170629

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
Jane  M  Colhoun - jcolhoun@unm.edu19
80270756

MR  10:15 AM - 11:30 AM
Taos Online  1

MR  10:15 AM - 11:30 AM
Taos Sci Tech Engr & Math  132

Hybrid - Lecture
Hollie  L  Salazar - holliejean49@unm.edu110
80370630

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
Jane  M  Colhoun - jcolhoun@unm.edu125

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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80070757

MR  10:15 AM - 11:30 AM
Taos Online  1

MR  10:15 AM - 11:30 AM
Taos Sci Tech Engr & Math  132

Hybrid - Lecture
Hollie  L  Salazar - holliejean49@unm.edu14
80170631

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
Jane  M  Colhoun - jcolhoun@unm.edu114
80270758

MR  10:15 AM - 11:30 AM
Taos Online  1

MR  10:15 AM - 11:30 AM
Taos Sci Tech Engr & Math  132

Hybrid - Lecture
Hollie  L  Salazar - holliejean49@unm.edu15
80370633

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
Jane  M  Colhoun - jcolhoun@unm.edu114

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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80064292

R  10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Taos Sci Tech Engr & Math  112

Hybrid - Lecture
Colin  I  Nicholls - colnic@unm.edu38

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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80067512

W  5:30 PM - 8:15 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Lecture
Leonard    Horan - horanl@unm.edu320

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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80064338

R  9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Taos Sci Tech Engr & Math  132

Hybrid - Lecture
Hollie  L  Salazar - holliejean49@unm.edu311

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 2531 or ACT Math =>22 or SAT Math Section =>540 or ACCUPLACER Next-Generation Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra, and Statistics =>253.

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80065411

R  3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Taos Sci Tech Engr & Math  132

Hybrid - Lecture
Cheryl  B  Hedden - chedden@unm.edu311
80165413

 Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Cheryl  B  Hedden - chedden@unm.edu319

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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80064441

R  1:00 PM - 2:15 PM
Taos Sci Tech Engr & Math  108

Hybrid - Lecture
Jessica  S  Phillips - jphillips45@unm.edu312

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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80065117

MW  9:00 AM - 10:40 AM
Taos Sci Tech Engr & Math  108

Lecture
Tommy  V  Ragland - tragland@unm.edu412

Transcendental functions, techniques of integration, numerical integration, improper integrals, sequences and series, Taylor series with applications, complex variables, differential equations. Credit for both this course and MATH 1440 may not be applied toward a degree program. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 2: Mathematics and Statistics. Prerequisite: 1512.

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80070640

MW  12:00 PM - 1:45 PM
Taos Sci Tech Engr & Math  108

Lecture
Tommy  V  Ragland - tragland@unm.edu412

Titles will vary. Offered on a CR/NC basis only.

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Problems MATH 1215X
80070621

 Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Topics
Jane  M  Colhoun - jcolhoun@unm.edu215

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T: In Mathematics Calculus
80067694

 Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Topics
Hollie  L  Salazar - holliejean49@unm.edu125

Students will be required to do the homework in class under the instructor's supervision. Prerequisite: 1220. Corequisite: 1240.

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80070623

T  1:00 PM - 1:50 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Laboratory
Jessica  S  Phillips - jphillips45@unm.edu115

Introduces the science of geology, chemistry, physics and astronomy, with emphasis on the sciences processes, inquiry and the integration of technology. This course is activity based utilizing problems and issues based approach. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 3: Physical and Natural Sciences.

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80070242

TR  6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
UNM Taos Pueblo Hall  129

Hybrid - Laboratory
Janet  L  Elder - corkyboy@unm.edu412

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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80066111

F  9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  116

Hybrid - Lecture
Karen  J  Odell - kjodell@salud.unm.edu312

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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80066115

M  1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  116

TW  8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  115

Hybrid - Lecture
Sarah    Bogar - sbogar@unm.edu412
Fees: $ 1000

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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80067277

M  9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  116

Hybrid - Lecture
Sarah    Bogar - sbogar@unm.edu312

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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80067278

M  1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  129

Hybrid - Lecture
Dawn    Kittner - dkittner@unm.edu312

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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80067415

RF  8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  115

Hybrid - Laboratory
Karen  J  Odell - kjodell@salud.unm.edu412
Fees: $ 1000

Focuses on topics of special interest in Office and Business Technology. May be repeated for credit up to 9 credit hours.

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T: Google Platform
80071120

Nov. 8, 2021 - Nov. 30, 2021
 Taos Online  1

Open Learning - Topics
Arceonul    Moore - amoore7@unm.edu120

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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80064057

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
Cathy  J  McAleer - cmcaleer@unm.edu325

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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80063946

T  1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Taos Online  1

Hybrid - Lecture
Colin  I  Nicholls - colnic@unm.edu312

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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80063990

R  1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Taos Sci Tech Engr & Math  112

Laboratory
Colin  I  Nicholls - colnic@unm.edu112
Fees: $ 25

This is a supplemental course for 1230. Offered on a CR/NC basis only. Corequisite: 1230.

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80167274

R  3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Taos Sci Tech Engr & Math  112

Lecture
Colin  I  Nicholls - colnic@unm.edu112

This course covers the analysis of significant factors in world politics, including nationalism, national interest, political economy, ideology, international conflict and collaboration, balance of power, deterrence, international law, and international organization. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 4: Social and Behavioral Sciences.

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80070170

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
Phillip  R  Alldritt - paldritt@unm.edu328

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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80063864

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
Randi  L  Archuleta - randia@unm.edu322
80167284

F  9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Taos Padre Martinez Hall  125B

Lecture
Yana  A  Yen324

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

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80167698

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
Catherine  M  O'Neill - koneill@unm.edu330

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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80070098

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
Catherine  M  O'Neill - koneill@unm.edu326

This course examines how biological, psychological, and social factors interact with and affect different areas within health. Course will cover the role of stress in illness, coping with illness, pain management, and the role of health behavior in health and disease. Prerequisite: 1110.

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80070099

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
Catherine  M  O'Neill - koneill@unm.edu36

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ST: Emotional Intelligence
80065092

 Taos Online  1

Online - Topics
Catherine  M  O'Neill - koneill@unm.edu323

This course provides an overview of history and introduction to the profession, including scope of practice, roles, competencies, attributes and qualities. It provides practice-based guidelines for professional conduct, ethics and boundaries, confidentiality and informed consent.

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80062970

Sep. 17, 2021 - Sep. 24, 2021
F  9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  129

Open Learning - Lecture/Practice Experience
Juliana    Anastasoff - janastasoff@salud.unm.edu14

This course provides a broad introduction to public health as the framework for providing direct services to individuals, with focus on the ecological model, health equity, and healthcare systems.

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80067364

Oct. 1, 2021 - Oct. 8, 2021
F  9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  129

Open Learning - Lecture/Practice Experience
Juliana    Anastasoff - janastasoff@salud.unm.edu14

This course provides a strong foundation in health coaching and health promotion. It offers strategies and skills for supporting behavior change including action planning, motivational interviewing, and communication skills.

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80067370

Oct. 22, 2021 - Dec. 10, 2021
F  9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Taos Rio Grande Hall  129

Open Learning - Lecture/Practice Experience
Juliana    Anastasoff - janastasoff@salud.unm.edu34

This course is for students who are interested in social welfare issues and/or are considering entering a social service profession. The course presents an overview of social problems, issues and trends, and the network of social agencies developed to address these concerns. The course examines the influence of personal and professional values and ethics on the helping relationship. The concept of social welfare will be discussed from a social work perspective (with an emphasis on social justice), and students will gain a basic understanding of social work in U.S. society, social work career opportunities, and contemporary issues facing social workers. Approaches relevant to work with individuals, families, groups and communities are presented, with special emphasis on Hispanic and Indigenous populations of New Mexico and the Southwest.

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80071168

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
Randi  L  Archuleta - randia@unm.edu33
Fees: $ 70.5

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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80067515

R  5:30 PM - 8:15 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Lecture
Valentina  M  Galvan - galvanv1959@unm.edu320

This course is designed to help students understand how attitudes and beliefs of individuals shape intergroup relations and their impacts on the daily lives of individuals as well as the effects that these beliefs have on the larger social structure of American society. We will examine how profoundly our society and the groups to which we belong, influence us and our beliefs and ultimately how these beliefs shape prejudice in our society. In this course, students are encouraged to challenge ideologies that are considered "common sense" or that are taken for granted and this in turn will allow them to critically engage issues in society such as racism, classism, sexism, and will leave with an understanding on how privilege affects our views on disability, LGBTQ issues, religion and immigration. Rather than investigating these themes in the abstract, students will identify and unpack how these larger structural issues play integral roles in their everyday lives, interactions, and existence. Ultimately, this course aims to address the social inequalities that exists in our society as a result of prejudice and will challenge students to identify and engage in strategies to work towards changing these aspects of society. Meets New Mexico General Education Curriculum Area 4: Social and Behavioral Sciences.

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80067282

 Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Online - Lecture
Rebecca    Alvarez - rebeccaalvarez@unm.edu320

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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80067516

 Taos Online  1

Online - Lecture
Antonia  A  Chavez-Aguilar - aca@unm.edu318
80267517

T  5:30 PM - 8:15 PM
Off Campus - Taos  ONE

Lecture
Mariana    Ulibarri-Haran - maulibar@unm.edu320

This course introduces the joys of working wood. Including: hand and power tool safety, stock preparation, and basic joinery techniques. $40.00 Lab Fee

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80070325

M  6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Taos Fred Peralta Hall  213

Lecture/Practice Experience
Mario  E  Vargas - santeromv@unm.edu39
Fees: $ 40

An introduction to wood sculpture. Includes: history, wood varieties, safety, tools, and techniques using solid and laminated wood blocks. $40 Lab Fee. Prerequisite: 101.

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80070326

W  6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Taos Fred Peralta Hall  213

Lecture
Mario  E  Vargas - santeromv@unm.edu310
Fees: $ 40