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2 SANTA FE HIGHER EDUCATION CENTER

SANTA

FE

HEC

HI G HER EDU C ATION C ENTER

4 Years 4 Schools 1 Location Your path to a better future just got

easier

“ “ Attending New Mexico

Santa Fe now has affordable associate, bachelor’s and master’s degree programs available in one location.

Highlands University

here in Santa Fe is very convenient for myself and my family. I’m a

full-time employee for the

I am a Highlands graduate student here

City of Santa Fe and the

at Santa Fe Community College. I’m in the

evening hours and the

master’s program for school counseling.

online classes are very

Coming here to Santa Fe Community

beneficial to attend these

College has made my life so much easier.

courses and complete

Instead of driving all the way to Las Vegas

my degree.

or Albuquerque, I’m able to drive the

15 minutes it takes to get here.

~ Robert Vasquez

~ Lydia Palmer

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SFHEC

SANTA FE HIGHER EDUCATION CENTER

Santa Fe Higher Education Center

Three New Mexico institutions have joined with Santa Fe Community College to form the Santa Fe Higher Education Center. You can study in one of more than 20 major areas offered by the Institute of American Indian Arts, New Mexico Highlands University and the University of New Mexico.

Complete your first two years with SFCC, then transfer to the Higher Education Center. You’ll save money, and convenient online, evening and weekend classes allow you to fit your degree plan into your life.

Q & A About the HEC Q: Can the admissions and advising process for all the colleges be done in one location?

Q: Will all my classes be held in the Higher Education Center at SFCC?

A: Yes, each institution has staff located at the HEC on the lower level of the West Wing on the SFCC campus. Advisers are happy to see you by appointment, or you can drop by to see the facilities and ask questions anytime during normal business hours during the week.

A: All of the Highlands University classes are offered on site at the HEC. Classes in the IAIA program are on the Institute’s campus nearby. UNM’s classes are online.

Q: Will all my SFCC credits transfer to the programs in the Higher Education Center?

A: Yes, your financial aid will come through the university you choose.

A: Yes, in the majority of cases, if you choose to attend any of the programs under the HEC, your SFCC credits will transfer seamlessly. SFCC and Highlands, UNM and IAIA have made articulation agreements to ensure students who complete certain associate degrees with the Community College will be able to complete bachelor’s degrees by enrolling in comparable programs through the Higher Education Center.

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Q: Is Financial Aid available through the Higher Education Center?

Q: What does tuition cost? A: Each institution charges its regular tuition. When you are registered as an SFCC student, you pay $39.50 per credit hour as an in-district student. When you transfer to Highlands, UNM or IAIA, you will be under the rate structure for that individual institution.

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4 SANTA FE HIGHER EDUCATION CENTER

Santa Fe Higher Education Center

How it

works Earn your Associate in Arts degree from SFCC, then continue for your bachelor’s degree from the university of your choice.

SFCC IAIA Earn your AA in General Studies

» »

Continue for your bachelor’s in Indigenous Liberal Studies

SFCC NMHU Earn your AA in

Business Administration Business Administration Business Administration Business Administration Criminal Justice

Early Childhood Education Human Services Teacher Education

»

» » » » » » » »

Continue for your bachelor’s in Business Administration/Marketing Business Administration/Finance Business Administration/Management Business Administration/Accounting Criminal Justice Education/Early Childhood Multicultural Education Social Work Education/Elementary Education

SFCC

UNM Online

Earn your AA in

Continue for your bachelor’s in

Business Administration, Accounting Most Associate Degrees Many Associate Degrees hec.sfcc.edu

»

» » »

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SFHEC

SANTA FE HIGHER EDUCATION CENTER

Continue for your Bachelor’s degree from

To get started, consult with an adviser from the university of your choice:

Kelley Mitchell kmitchell@iaia.edu (505) 428-1891 or (505) 424-2311 www.iaia.edu

Mary Anne Sandoval santafe@nmhu.edu (505) 424-9185 www.nmhu.edu/santafe

Carmen Lujan santafe@unm.edu (505) 428-1220 santafe.unm.edu

Or, contact Dr. Tina Ludutsky-Taylor at (505) 428-1182 or tina.ludutskytaylor@sfcc.edu Summer/Fall 2012 I SFHEC Schedule of Classes

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Institute of American Indian Arts Contact Kelley Mitchell | kmitchell@iaia.edu (505) 428-1891 | (505) 424-2311 | www.iaia.edu

SUMMER 2012 Credit Course ID Hours Title Days Times

Course Length Course Dates Instructor

INDIGENOUS LIBERAL STUDIES IDST101 D1

3

Introduction to Indigenous Studies

ONLINE

contact: ccastro@iaia.edu

8 wks

5/29-7/20

Castro

IDST201 D1

3

Indigenous Perspectives of Humor

ONLINE

contact: wchambers@iaia.edu

8 wks

5/29-7/20

Chambers

IDST202 D1

3

Indigenous Perspectives of Knowledge

ONLINE

contact: wchambers@iaia.edu

8 wks

5/29-7/20

Chambers

IDST205 D1

3

How Indians Made America

ONLINE

contact: wchambers@iaia.edu

8 wks

5/29-7/20

Chambers

IDST206 D1

3

Story Weaving: Ways of Knowing & Telling

ONLINE

contact: wchambers@iaia.edu

8 wks

5/29-7/20

Chambers

IDST210 D1

3

Indigenous Perspectives of Nature

ONLINE

contact: wchambers@iaia.edu

8 wks

5/29-7/20

Chambers

ART HISTORY ARTH211 D1 3

Native American Art History I

ONLINE

contact: sfadden@iaia.edu

8 wks

5/29-7/20

Fadden

ARTH300 D1 3

Contemporary Native American Art History

ONLINE

contact: sfadden@iaia.edu

8 wks

5/29-7/20

Fadden

Survey of Native American History I

ONLINE

contact: rsanchez@iaia.edu

8 wks

5/29-7/20

Sanchez

HISTORY HIST101 D1

3

MUSEUM STUDIES MUSM 355 D1 3

Museum Ed. & Public Awareness

ONLINE

contact: mmcgeough@iaia.edu 8 wks

5/29-7/20

TBD

MUSM410 D1 3

Cultural Reclamation & Intellectual Propery Rights

ONLINE

contact: jryker@iaia.edu

5/29-7/20

Ryker-Crawford

hec.sfcc.edu

8 wks

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SFHEC

SANTA FE HIGHER EDUCATION CENTER

FALL 2012 Course ID

Credit Hours Title Days Times

Course Length Course Dates

Instructor

CREATIVE WRITING CRWR301 01 3

Creative Nonfiction III

M

9 a.m.-11:30 a.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Stevens

CRWR321 01 3

Playwriting III

W

6 p.m.-8:30 p.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Murphy

CRWR460A 01 3

Songwriting

W

1 p.m.-3:30 p.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Murphy

ENGL340 01 3

Native American Journalism I

W

9 a.m.-11:30 a.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

TBD

ENGL440 01 3

Native American Journalism II

W

9 a.m.-11:30 a.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

TBD

ENGL460B 01 3

Environmental Literature

TR

2 p.m.-3:20 p.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Stevens

INDIGENOUS LIBERAL STUDIES ART HISTORY ARTH211 01 3

Native American Art History I

T R

1 p.m.-2:20 p.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

TBD

ARTH211 D1 3

Native American Art History I

ONLINE

contact: sfadden@iaia.edu

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Fadden

ARTH300 D1 3

Contemporary Native American Art Survey

ONLINE

contact: sfadden@iaia.edu

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Fadden

ARTH312 01 3

Contemporary Art

T R

6 p.m.-7:20 p.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

TBD

INDIGENOUS STUDIES IDST101 01

3

Introduction to Indigenous Studies

M W

3:40 p.m.-5 p.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Scarberry

IDST101 D1

3

Introduction to Indigenous Studies

ONLINE

contact: ccastro@iaia.edu

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Castro

IDST201 D1

3

Indigenous Perspectives on Humor

ONLINE

contact: wchambers@iaia.edu

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Chambers

IDST202 D1

3

Indigenous Perspectives on Knowledge

ONLINE

contact: wchambers@iaia.edu

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Chambers

IDST205 D1

3

How Indians Made America

ONLINE

contact: wchambers@iaia.edu

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Chambers

IDST206 D1

3

Story Weaving: Ways of Knowing & Telling

ONLINE

contact: wchambers@iaia.edu

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Chambers

IDST210 D1

3

Indigenous Perspectives on Nature

ONLINE

contact: wchambers@iaia.edu

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Chambers

IDST390P 01 3

Colloquia: Indigenous Narratives

T R

1 p.m.-2:20 p.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Scarberry

IDST390S 01 3

Pueblo History

T

6 p.m.-8:30 p.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Martinez

IDST451 01

3

Senior Seminar

TBD

TBD

16 wks

8/20-12/7

TBD

IDST499 01

3

Senior Project

TBD

TBD

16 wks

8/20-12/7

TBD

Contemporary Issues

W

1 p.m.-3:30 p.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

TBD

T R

3:40 p.m.-5 p.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Gaskin

NAST360 01 3

POLITICAL SCIENCE POLS340 01 3

Federal Indian Law/Policy

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INstitute of American Indian Arts | Fall 2012 Credit Course ID Hours Title Days Times

continued

Course Length Course Dates Instructor

MUSEUM STUDIES MUSM355 D1 3

Museum Education & Public Awareness

ONLINE

contact: mmcgeough@iaia.edu 16 wks

8/20-12/7

McGeough

MUSM370 01 3

ST: Software App or the Digital Humanities

T R

9:30 a.m.-12 p.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Peinado

MUSM410 D1 3

Cultural Reclamation

ONLINE

contact: jryker@iaia.edu

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Ryker-Crawford

MUSM485 01 3

Senior Thesis II

F

1 p.m.-3:30 p.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Ryker-Crawford

STUDIO ARTS CERAMICS CERA301 01 3

Advanced Ceramics

T R

9:30 a.m.- 12 p.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Coffey

CERA401 01 3

Advanced Ceramics II

MW

9:30 a.m. -12 p.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Coffey

CERA402 01 3

Advanced Ceramics II

MW

9:30 a.m.-12 p.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Coffey

CERA451 01 5

Senior Project I

W

6 p.m.- 8:30 p.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Coffey

CERA452 01 5

Senior Project II

W

6 p.m.- 8:30 p.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Coffey

FUND221 01 3

Figure Drawing

F

9:30-12 & 1-3:30 p.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

TBD

DRWG341 01 3

Advanced Drawing: A Contemporary Exploration

TBD

TBD

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Kahm

DRAWING

JEWELRY/METALS JEWL321 01 3

Advanced Jewelry/Metals

TR

2:30 p.m.-5 p.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Herndon

JEWL421 01 3

Advanced Jewelry/Metals II

TR

2:30 p.m.-5 p.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Herndon

JEWL422 01 3

Advanced Jewelry/Metals II

TR

2:30 p.m.-5 p.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Herndon

JEWL451 01 5

Senior Project I

W

6 p.m.- 8:30 p.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Herndon

JEWL452 01 5

Senior Project II

W

6 p.m.- 8:30 p.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Herndon

PTNG311 01 3

Advanced Painting

M W

9:30 a.m.-12 p.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

TBD

PTNG411 01 3

Advanced Painting II

M W

9:30 a.m.-12 p.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

TBD

PTNG412 01 3

Advanced Painting II

M W

9:30 a.m.-12 p.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

TBD

PTNG 451 01 5

Senior Project I

W

6 p.m.-8:30 p.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Teters

PTNG452 01 5

Senior Project II

W

6 p.m.-8:30 p.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Teters

PAINTING

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Credit Course ID Hours Title Days Times

Course Length Course Dates Instructor

PHOTOGRAPHY PHOT321 01 3

Advanced Photography

T R

9:30 a.m.-12 p.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Grandbois

PHOT421 01 3

Advanced Photography II

T R

9:30 a.m.-12 p.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Grandbois

PHOT422 01 3

Advanced Photography II

T R

9:30 a.m.-12 p.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Grandbois

PHOT451 01 5

Senior Project I

W

6 p.m.- 8:30 p.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Grandbois

PHOT452 01 5

Senior Project II

W

6 p.m.- 8:30 p.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Grandbois

PRINTMAKING PRTM301 01 3

Advanced Printmaking

F

9:30-12:30 & 1-3:30 p.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Creightney

PRTM302B 01 3

ST: Screen Printmaking

T R

6 p.m.- 8:30 p.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Banks

PRTM401 01 3

Advanced Printmaking II

F

9:30-12:30 & 1-3:30 p.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Creightney

PRTM402 01 3

Advanced Printmaking II

F

9:30-12:30 & 1-3:30 p.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Creightney

PRTM451 01 5

Senior Project I

W

6 p.m.- 8:30 p.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Creightney

PRTM452 01 5

Senior Project II

W

6 p.m.- 8:30 p.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Creightney

SCUP331 01 3

Advanced Sculpture

M W

9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Chodzko

SCUP431 01 3

Advanced Sculpture II

M W

9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Chodzko

SCUP432 01 3

Advanced Sculpture II

M W

9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Chodzko

SCUP451 01 5

Senior Project I

W

6 p.m.-8:30 p.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Chodzko

SCUP452 01 5

Senior Project II

W

6 p.m.-8:30 p.m.

16 wks

8/20-12/7

Chodzko

SCULPTURE

Kelley Mitchell kmitchell@iaia.edu (505) 428-1891 | (505) 424-2311 www.iaia.edu Summer/Fall 2012 I SFHEC Schedule of Classes

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New Mexico Highlands University Contact Mary Anne Sandoval | santafe@nmhu.edu | (505) 424-9185 www.nmhu.edu/santa fe

SUMMER 2012 Course ID

CRN Hours Title

Days

Times

Dates

Instructor

Type

Arts/Humanities and Sciences ENG 335

1092 3

ST: Jane Austen & The English Novel

T R

7-8:50 p.m.

7/7-7/27

Blythe

Online

ENG 367

1091 3

Technical Writing

T R

12-1:15 p.m.

6/4-7/27

Martinez

Online

Business ACCT 482

1133 3

International Accounting

M T W R

4-5:15 p.m.

6/4-7/27

Korb

Online

ACCT 605

1135 3

Financial Accounting

T R

6-9:15 p.m.

6/4-7/27

Korb

Online

BUS 434

1407 1-4 Practicum in Business

ARR

ARR

6/4-7/27

Young

need permission

BUS 500

1121 3

Principles of Business Adminstration

M T W R F

2-5 p.m.

6/4-7/27

Nkwenti

Online

BUS 501

1136 3

Business Analyitical Techniques

M W

6-9:15 p.m.

6/4-7/27

Korb

Online

BUS 634

1408 1-4 Practicum in Business

ARR

ARR

6/4-7/27

Young

need permission

BUS LAW 639 1416 3

Law and Ethics in Business

R

12-1 p.m.

6/4-7/27

Nkwenti

Online

ECON 608

1134 3

Managerial Economics

M T W R

4:30-5:15 p.m.

6/4-7/27

Arshad

Online

FIN 340

1127 3

Personal Finance

M T W R

10:30-11:45 a.m. 6/4-7/27

Tucker

Online

FIN 607

1120 3

Financial Management

M T W R T

9-10:30 a.m.

6/4-7/27

Geagon

Online

MKTG 302

1123 3

Principles of Marketing

M T W R

12-1:15 p.m.

6/4-7/27

Zollner

Online

MKTG 684

1129 3

Marketing Management

M W

6-9:15 p.m.

6/4-7/27

Williams

Online

Mgmt 335 1412 3 Biz Talk F, Sat, Sun

F (2-8) S & Su (9-6)

7/13-7/29 Quillien (Except 7/20-22)

SFCC LL304 A

Mgmt 386

1409 3

Human Resource Management

M W

6-9:15 p.m.

6/4-7/27

Pino

SFCC LL302

Mgmt 452

1406 3

Technological Entrepreneurship

Sat

8-5 p.m.

6/6-7/7

Garcia

SFCC LL302

Mgmt 689

1122 3

Business Strategy

M T W R F

6 -9 p.m.

6/4-7/27

Swim

Online

Criminal Justice ANY UPPER-DIVISION ELECTIVE

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Course ID

CRN Hours Title

Days

Times

Dates

Instructor

Type

Education and Counseling COUN 608

1108 3

Appraisal of the Individual, Group and Family

T R

1-3:50 p.m.

6/4-7/27

Main

SFCC LL301

COUN 619

1100 3

Management of Counseling Program

M T W R

4-6:50 p.m.

6/4-7/27

Rudolph

SFCC LL304 B

COUN 614

1109 3

Existential Counseling

M W

3-4:50 p.m.

6/4-7/27

Leone

Need permission

COUN 635

1235 3

Advanced Addictions

M W

7:30 -9 p.m.

6/4-7/27

Dziekan

Online

COUN 648

1111 3

Advanced Vocational Evaluation

T R

7:30 -9 :30 p.m.

6/4-7/27

Dziekan

Online

ECME 403

1398 3

T R

6-9 p.m.

6/5-6/28

Kader

Online

ECME 482

1399 3

M W

6-9 p.m.

6/4-6/27

Newman

Online

ECME 490

1246 1-4 Independent Study

ARR

ARR

6/4-6/27

Newman

Online

ECME 582

1400 3

Early Childhood Special Education

M W

6-9 p.m.

6/4-6/27

Newman

Online

EdLd 600

1141 3

Instructional Leadership and Organizational Change

M W

9-11:50 p.m.

6/4-7/24 2

Woodard

SFCC LL301

EdLd 615

1144 3

School Finance and Resource Allocation

M R

9-11:50 p.m.

6/4-7/27

Talaga

SFCC LL302

EdLd 640

1149 3

Instructional Leadership, Supervision and Evaluation

T W

12-5 p.m.

7/3-7/27

Burns

SFCC LL302

EdLd 660

1152 3

Date Informed Instructional Leadership

T R

9-11:50 p.m.

6/5-7/26

Woodard

SFCC LL302 D

Family and Communication Collaboration II Early Childhood Special Education

GnEd 605

3

Statistics for Educators

T F

5-8 p.m.

6/4-7/26

Brooks

Online

GnEd 610

3

Educational Research Interpretation

W

7-9 p.m.

6/4-7/26

Nelson

Online

GnEd 615

1312 3

Instructional Strategy and Mentoring

Sat

9-4 p.m.

6/9-7/21

TBA

SFCC LL301

GnEd 641

1293 3

Advanced Educational Psychology

M W

1-3:50 p.m.

6/4-7/27

TBA

SFCC LL304 A

GnEd 663

1292 3

Principles of Curriculum and Construction

T R

1-3:50 p.m.

6/4-7/27

TBA

SFCC LL304 A

RdEd 427

1317 3

Reading in the Content Area

M W

5-7:50 p.m.

6/4-7/27

TBA

Online

RdEd 440

1313 3

Integrating Technology in Language Art Curriculum

T R

1-3:50 p.m.

6/4-7/27

TBA

Online

RdEd 448

1315 3

Video in the Classroom

M T W R

4-5:15 p.m.

6/4-7/27

Toll

Online

RdEd 527

1318 3

Reading in the Content Area

M W

5-7:50 p.m.

6/4-7/27

TBA

Online

RdEd 540

1314 3

Integrating Technology in Language Art Curriculum

T R

1-3:50 p.m.

6/4-7/27

TBA

Online

RdEd 548

1316 3

Video in the Classroom

M T W R

4-5:15 p.m.

6/4-7/27

Toll

Online

RdEd 650

1294 3

Literacy Assessment

W

10:30-11:45 a.m. 6/4-7/27

Park

Online

SpEd 214

1219 3

Introduction to Speical Education

M T W R

10:30-12:30 p.m. 7/2-7/27

Helvie

Online

SpEd 401

1220 3

Diagnosis of Exceptional Child

T R

6-8 p.m.

Eckert

Online

SpEd 410 1211 3

Curriculum and Methods for Students with Mild or Moderate Exceptional

M T W R

10:30-12:30 p.m. 6/4-6/29

Allen

Online

SpEd 420 1217 3

Curriculum and Methods for Students with Severe Exceptional

T R

4 -5:30 p.m.

Tucker

Online

6/4-6/29

6/4-6/29

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continued

Course ID

CRN Hours Title

Days

Times

Dates

Instructor

Type

SpEd 430

1215 3

Reading Instruction in Special Education

M W F

4-5:30 p.m.

6/4-6/29

Tucker

Online

SpEd 501

1221 3

Diagnosis of Exceptional Child

T R

6-8 p.m.

6/4-6/29

Eckert

Online

SpEd 510 1212 3

Curriculum and Methods for Students with Mild or Moderate Exceptional

M T W R

10:30-12:30 p.m. 6/4-6/29

Allen

Online

SpEd 520 1218 3

Curriculum and Methods for Students with Severe Exceptional

T R

4 -5:30 p.m.

6/4-6/29

Tucker

Online

SpEd 530

1216 3

Reading Instruction in Special Education

M W F

4-5:30 p.m.

6/4-6/29

Tucker

Online

SpEd 612

1213 3

The Special Education Program

M W

6- 8 p.m.

6/4-6/29

Alarid

Online

SpEd 650

1210 3

Seminar in Special Education

T R

7-8:15 p.m

6/4-6/29

Nelson

Online

SpEd 675

1214 3

Organization and Administration Of Special Education

M W

13 p.m.

6/4-6/29

Alarid

Online

Social Work NO CLASSES OFFERED IN SUMMER

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Contact Mary Anne Sandoval | santafe@nmhu.edu | (505) 424-9185 www.nmhu.edu/santa fe

FALL 2012 Course ID

CRN Hours Title

Days

Times

Course Dates

Instructor

Type

Arts/Humanities and Sciences ENG 335

3

ST: World Mythologies

T

6:30-9:20 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Kumelos

SFCC LL304 B

ENG 335

3

ST: Children’s Literature

T R

3:30-4:45

8/20-12/14

Dr. Blythe

SFCC LL304 B

ENG 433

3

Sociolinguistics

Sat

9-12 p.m.

8/20-12/14

TBA

SFCC LL302 D

ENG 367

3

Technical Writing

T

5-6:15 p.m.

8/20-12/14

D. Martinez Online

HISTORY 452

3

Seminar in NM: Celebrating 100 years of NM Statehood Sat

9-4 p.m.

10/13-12/15

S. Martinez SFCC Room

HISTORY 552

3

Seminar in NM: Celebrating 100 years of NM Statehood Sat

9-4 p.m.

10/13-12/14

S. Martinez SFCC Room

MATH 401

3

Discrete Chaos and Fractals

T R

11-12:15 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Turner

SFCC LL302

MATH 426

3

Introduction to Complex Variable

T R

2-3:15 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Turner

SFCC LL302

ACCT 301

3

Cost Accounting

M W

3:30-4:45 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Korb

SFCC LL302 D

ACCT 388

3

Intermediate Accounting II

M W

5-6:15 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Romero

SFCC LL301

ACCT 392

3

Intermediate Accounting III

T R

5-6:15 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Romero

SFCC LL302 B

ACCT 481

3

Accounting Systems

T R

3:30-4:45 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Peters

Online

ACCT 489

3

Govermental Accounting

R

6:30-9:20 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Romero

Online

ACCT 581

3

Accounting Systems

T R

3:30-4:45 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Peters

Online

ACCT 605

3

Financial Accounting

M

6:30-9:20 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Peters

Online

ACCT 605

3

Financial Accounting

W

6:30-9:20 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Peters

Online

ACCT 606

3

Managerial Accounting

R

6:30-9:20 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Korb

Online

ACCT 685

3

Financial Statement Analysis

T

6:30-9:20 p.m.

10/13-12/15 Peters

Online

ACCT 589

3

Govermental Accounting

R

6:30-9:20 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Romero

Online

BLAW 639

3

Law and Ethics in Business

M

6:30-9:20 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Nkwenti

Online

BUS 434

1-4 Practicum in Business

ARR

ARR

8/20-12/14

Young

need permission

BUS 634

1-4 Practicum in Business

ARR

ARR

8/20-12/14

Young

need permission

BUS 500

3

W

2-4:50 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Nkwenti

Online

Business

Principles of Business Administration

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CRN Hours Title

Business

continued

Days

Times

Dates

Instructor

Type

continued

BUS 501

3

Business Analytical Techniques

T

6:30-9:20 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Romero

SFCC Room 301

ECON 608

3

Managerial Economics

R

6:30-9:20 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Arshad

Online

FIN 409

3

Investment Planning

T R

12:30-1:45 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Tucker

Online

FIN 332

3

Money and Banking

M W

5-6:15 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Taylor

Online

FIN 340

3

Personal Finance

M W

5-6:15 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Tucker

Online

FIN 509

3

Investment Pleanning

T R

12:30-1:45 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Tucker

Online

FIN 607

3

Financial Management

T

6:30-9:20 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Arshad

Online

INTB 640

3

International Business

R

6:30-9:20 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Nkwenti

Online

MKTG 320

3

Professional Sales

M W

5-6:15 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Behnke

Online

MKTG 373

3

Advertising

W

6:30-9:20 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Anderson

Online

MKTG 415

3

Consumer Behavior

T R

9:30-10:45 a.m.

8/20-12/14

Williams

Online

MKTG 445

3

Electronic Commerce

M

6:30-9:20 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Anderson

Online

MKTG 515

3

Consumer Behavior

T R

9:30-10:45 a.m.

8/20-12/14

Williams

Online

MKTG 545

3

Electronic Commerce

M

6:30-9:20 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Anderson

Online

MKTG 684

3

Marketing Management

W

6:30-9:20 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Williams

Online

Mgmt 321

3

Business Ethics

M

6:30-9:20 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Pino

SFCC LL302

Mgmt 325

3

Operations Research and Scientific Management

Sat

9-4 p.m.

10/20-12/14

Najaka

SFCC LL302

Mgmt 335 3 ST: Future of Business

T & Sun

T (6:30-9:30 p.m.) T (10/23-12/4) Quillien Sun (9-5 p.m) Sun (10/21, 11/11, 12/2)

SFCC LL302

Mgmt 465

3

Personnel Practices and the Law

Sat

9-2:30 p.m.

8/25-10/13

Garcia

SFCC LL302

Mgmt 601

3

Business Research Methods

T

6:30-9:20 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Geagon

Online

Mgmt 664

3

Organizational Theory

M

6:30-9:20 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Maestas

Online

Mgmt 687

3

Human Resource Management

W

6:30-9:20 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Swim

Online

Mgmt 689

3

Business Strategy

M

6:30-9:20 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Swim

Online

SSD 635

3

ST: Design Thinking

Sat

10-5:30 p.m.

8/25-10/13

Quillien

Criminal Justice CJS 382

3

Terrorism

TBA

TBA

8/20-12/14

TBA

SFCC LL304 A

SOC 300

3

Social Cultural Theory

TBA

TBA

8/20-12/14

TBA

SFCC LL304 A

SOC 428

3

Compartative Legal Systems

TBA

TBA

8/20-12/14

TBA

SFCC LL304 A

SW 430

3

Research Methods II

F

1-4 p.m.

8/20-12/14

TBA

SFCC LL302

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Course ID

CRN Hours Title

Days

Times

Dates

Instructor

Type

Education and Counseling COUN 606

3

Theories and Principles of Individual Counseling

R

6-8:50 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Glover

SFCC LL304 B

COUN 620

3

Organizational & Administration of School Counseling

W

3-5:30 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Glover

SFCC LL304 B

COUN 634

3

Practicum in Counseling

T

3-5:50 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Main

SFCC LL302 D

COUN 635

3

Special Topics Counseling Course

R

3-5:50 p.m.

8/20-12/14/ Main

SFCC LL302 D

COUN 640

3

Foundations of Rehabilitation

W

7-9:50 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Dziekan

Online

COUN 642

3

Case Management and Job Placement Rehab. Counseling W

7-8:30 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Templeton Online

COUN 644

3

Foundation of Transition Planning

T

7-9:50 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Graham

SFCC LL302 D

COUN 646

3

Foundation of Vocational Evaluational Counseling

W

6-8:50 p.m.

8/20 12/14

Main

SFCC LL302 D

COUN 698 3

Internship School, Professional and Rehabilitation or Evaluation

R

3-5:50 p.m.

8/20 12/14

Main

SFCC LL301

ECME 306

Curriculum Development and Implementation II

M

4-6:50 p.m.

8/20 12/14

Kader

Online

ECME 334 2 Curriculum Development and Implementation II Practicum

M

7-7:50 p.m.

8/20 12/14

Kader

Online

ECME 420

3

Research in Child Growth, Development and Learning

R

6-8:50 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Newman

Online

ECME 424

3

Integrated Curriculum

F

4-6:50 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Newman

Online

ECME 424

3

Integrated Curriculum Practicum

F

7-7:50 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Newman

Online

ECME 426

3

Methods and Materials in Early Primary

Sat.

9-11:50 a.m.

8/20-12/14

Kim

SFCC LL301

ECME 427

2

Methods and Materials in Early Primary Practicum

Sat

12-12:50 a.m.

8/20-12/14

Kim

SFCC LL301

ECME 452

12 Student Teaching

ARR

ARR

ARR

ARR Stupin ARR

EdLd 600

3

Leadership Exploration

W

5-7:50 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Duran

SFCC LL302

EdLd 615

3

School Finance and Resource Allocation

R

6:30-9:20 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Talaga

SFCC LL301

EdLd 640

3

Supervision and Evaluation of School Personnel

M

6:30-9:20 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Burns

SFCC LL304 B

EdLd 680

3

Reflective Leadership

R

6:30-9:20 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Anderson

SFCC LL302 D

EdLd 698

3

Internship I (Ben Lujan Cohort)

TBA

TBA

TBA

Ortega

TBA

EdLd 698

3

Internship II (Ben Lujan Cohort)

TBA

TBA

TBA

Ortega

TBA

Elem 312

3

Teaching Elementary School Math

R

5-7:50 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Stupin

SFCC

Elem 361

3

Assessment and Evaluation of Students

T

4-9:30 p.m.

10/17-12/14 TBA

SFCC LL302

Field Base III

ARR

ARR

ARR

Stupin

ARR

Elem 490

1-4 Independent Study

ARR

ARR.

ARR

Stupin

ARR

GnEd 445

3

Knowledge of the Profession

W

5-7:50 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Stupin

SFCC

GnEd 451

6

Field Base III Secondary

TBA

TBA

TBA

TBA

TBA

3

Elem 451

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CRN Hours Title

Education and Counseling

continued

Days

Times

Dates

Instructor

Type

continued

GnEd 452

6

Field Base III K-12

TBA

TBA

TBA

TBA

TBA

GnEd 455

3

Classroom Management

T

3-5:50 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Helvie

SFCC LL301

GnEd 512

3

Theories & Principles of Bilinugual Education

TBA

TBA

8/20-12/14

TBA

SFCC

GnEd 520

3

Sheltered English

Sat

TBA

8/20-12/14

TBA

SFCC

SpEd 214

3

Introduction to Special Education

TBA

TBA

8/20-12/14

TBA

TBA

SpEd 401

3

Diagnosis of Exceptional Child

TBA

TBA

8/20-12/14

TBA

TBA

SpEd 410 3

Curriculum & Methods for Students with Mild and Moderate Except.

TBA

TBA

8/20-12/14

TBA

TBA

SpEd 420

3

Curriculum & Methods for Students with Severe Except. TBA

TBA

8/20-12/14

TBA

TBA

SpEd 430

3

Reading Instruction in Special Education

TBA

TBA

8/20-12/14

TBA

TBA

SpEd 451

6

Field Base III

ARR.

ARR.

8/20-12/14

Stupin

ARR

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Course ID

CRN Hours Title

Days

Times

Dates

Instructor

Type

SpEd 455

6

Classroom Management in Special Education

TBA

TBA

8/20-12/14

TBA

TBA

SpEd 501

3

Diagnosis of Exceptional Child

TBA

TBA

8/20-12/14

TBA

TBA

SpEd 510 3

Curriculum & Methods for Students with Mild and Moderate Except.

TBA

TBA

8/20-12/14

TBA

TBA

SpEd 520

3

Curriculum & Methods for Students with Severe Except. TBA

TBA

8/20-12/14

TBA

TBA

SpEd 430

3

Reading Instruction in Special Education

TBA

TBA

8/20-12/14

TBA

TBA

SpEd 673

3

Medical Aspects of Disabilities

T

7-8:30 p.m.

8/20-12/14

Dziekan

Online

Social Work SW 333

3

Aspects of Aging

M

6-8:50 p.m.

8/20-12/14

TBA

SFCC

SW 341

3

Social Policy I

F

1-3:50 p.m.

8/20-12/14

TBA

SFCC

SW 365

3

Generalist Practice I

W

6-8:50 p.m.

8/20-12/14

TBA

SFCC

SW 385

3

HBSE I

F

9-11:50 a.m.

8/20-12/14

TBA

SFCC

SW 430

3

Research Methods II

F

1-3:50 p.m.

8/20-12/14

TBA

SFCC LL302

SW 432

4

FielD Practicum I

ARR

ARR

8/20-12/14

TBA

SFCC

SW 451

1

Field Seminar I

M

4-5:50 p.m.

8/20-12/14

TBA

SFCC

SW 465

3

Generalist Practice III

M

6-8:50 p.m.

8/20-12/14

TBA

SFCC

Highlands University reserves the right to change, modify or cancel course offerings at any time. For updated schedule information, log on to www.nmhu.edu/SantaFe

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University of New Mexico online Contact Carmen Lujan | santafe@unm.edu (505) 428-1220 | santafe.unm.edu

SUMMER 2012 Anderson School of Management

21198 PSY 302 040 Psychological Research Techniques (1st 4-week session)

19568 MGMT 303 002 Managerial Accounting

21197 PSY 329 040 Adolescent Psychology (1st 4-week session)

19414 MGMT 324 001 New Venture Strategies

21303 PSY 331 040 Psychology of Personality (1st 4-week session)

21202 MGMT 328 003 International Management

15024 PSY 332 040 Abnormal Behavior

20539 MGMT 490 001 ST: Accounting Practicum

20296 PSY 344 040 Human Neuropsychology

20888 MGMT 520 002 Operations Management

20664 PSY 347 040 Drugs & Behavior: Psychopharm (1st 4-week session)

13746 MGMT 559 001 Law for Accountants 19528 MGMT 643* 001 Governmental Accounting

School of Architecture & Planning 20738 ARCH 462 010 Seminar: Where is Housing Now

21201 PSY 364 040 Psychology of Perception (1st 4-week session) 21166 PSY 421 040 Advanced Developmental Psychology 21196 PSY 434 040 Behavior Therapies

21342 ARCH 662 010 Seminar: Where is Housing Now

18092 PSY 450 040 ST: Applied Cognitive Psychology (2nd 4-week session)

20553 CRP 376 001 Human Settlements

20177 PSY 450 041 ST: Psych of Love & Intimacy

College of Arts and Sciences

21188 SHS 430 001 Language Development

20434 ANTH 321 001 Southwest Archaeology (1st 4-week session)

20345 SHS 539 001 T: Bilingual Lang Acquisition: Clinical Implications

21204 ANTH 360 001 Human Behavioral Ecology (1st 4-week session)

20435 SOC 381 005 Sociological Data Analysis

20555 CHEM 301 002 Organic Chemistry

21273 SOC 416 001 Sociology of Law

20556 CHEM 302 002 Organic Chemistry

19435 SPAN 351 002 Intro to Hispanic Linguistics (1st 4-week session)

21181 CHEM 545 003 T: Environmental Chemistry for Educators

19436 SPAN 549 002 Sem: Intro Span Linguistics (1st 4-week session)

20540 CJ 300 002 Theories of Communication (Open Learning: 5/14-6/1)

College of Education

20527 CJ

333 002 Prof Communication (Open Learning: 5/14-6/1)

20225 ARTE 493 001 T: Sexl Iden & Soc Justice in Art (1st 4-week session)

18983 CJ 340 020 Communication in Organizations (1st 4-week session)

20226 ARTE 593 001 T: Sexl Iden & Soc Justice in Art (1st 4-week session)

20324 CJ

466 001 Media Ethics and Law

21187 COUN 576 001 Diagnosis of Mental Disorders (2nd 4-week session)

20344 CJ

467 001 Mass Comm Intl Perspectives (1st 4-week session)

21191 COUN 581 001 Sexuality in Counseling & Psychotherapy (1st 4 wks)

20294 ENGL 457 001 Victorian Studies (1st 4-week session)

21173 COUN 610 001 Prof Issues & Ethics (Open Learning: 5/14-6/2)

21172 NATV 450 001 T: NA Vote; Political Ambivalence

21186 EDPY 303 003 Human Growth & Development (2nd 4-week session)

19498 POLS 400 001 ADV T: Political Games

21185 EDPY 310 002 Learning and the Classroom (1st 4-week session)

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20885 EDUC 330L 002 Teaching of Reading

15745 NURS 448 060 Applic of Hlth & Illness Concepts

21247 EDUC 331L 003 Teaching Reading in the Elem School (2nd 4 weeks)

15538 NURS 501* 060 Theoretical Found Adv Nurs

20078 EDUC 438 002 Teach Read Writ in Content Flds

15540 NURS 503* 060 Research in Nurs I

19002 EDUC 531 003 Reading Program in the Elem School (2nd 4 wks)

17847 NURS 504 060 EBP in Nursing & Health Care

21299 HED 577 001 Stress Management (2nd 4-week session)

15543 NURS 505 060 Hlth Care Poly Sys Adv Roles

20079 LEAD 501 001 Educational Leadership in a Democratic Society

15546 NURS 515 060 Faculty Roles & Prof Issues

19496 LEAD 519 007 Curriculum Planning for Sch Ldrs (1st 4-week session)

15548 NURS 526 060 Pathophysiology Adv Pract Nurs

19080 LLSS 538 002 Teach Read in Content Flds 20305 MSET 365 002 Microcomputers in the Classroom 16706 OLIT 593 001 T: Global Workforce (2nd 4-week session)

College of Fine Arts

21182 NURS 543 060 Pharm Prin of Clin Therapeutic 17849 NURS 560 060 Differential Diag for Adv Prac 19079 NURS 567 060 Health Promo Dis Prev & Ethics 21302 NURS 593 030 T: Effective HR Management 16597 NURS 602 060 Theo II: Cont Subst Nurs Know

20080 MUS 375 001 The Beatles: Musical Revolution

15557 NURS 607 060 Qual Meth Nurs Res

School of Medicine

21183 NURS 610 060 Nurs Educ: Pedagogy & Roles

21312 DEHY 400 001 Current Issues (1st 4-week session)

15558 NURS 620 060 Adv Health Care Stats I

11979 DEHY 440 001 Extramural Experiences

20254 NURS 640 060 Evidence Policy & Politics

18894 DEHY 504 001 DH Internship 11981 DEHY 507 001 Problems

* Indicates multiple sections offered.

11982 DEHY 599 001 DH Thesis

NOTE: Courses are subject to change. For updates visit the website at http://santafe.unm.edu.

20071 HSCI 330 001 Patient Care 20072 HSCI 331 001 Patient Care – Lab

Please see “About Taking Online Classes” on Page 23.

20073 HSCI 381 001 Medical Language Systems Review 20074 HSCI 406 001 Medical Imaging Theory III 20252 RADS 412 001 Computed Tomography Physics Review 20237 RADS 422 001 Computed Tomography Clinical III 19415 MEDL 234 002 Introduction to Clinical Immunology 20830 MEDL 315L 002 Clinical Serology 20136 MEDL 350L 002 Clinical Urinalysis

College of Nursing 15507 NURS 332 060 Intro to Nurs Res & Evid Based Prac 15536 NURS 340 060 Advancemnt of Prof Nsg 18187 NURS 429 060 T: Special Pop in OB 16481 NURS 431L 060 Community Assessment

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FALL 2012 Anderson School of Management

School of Architecture & Planning

23524 MGMT 300 003 Operations Management

42575 CRP 431 001 Foundations of Human Development

39110 MGMT 303 014 Managerial Accounting

41545 CRP 470 001 T: Political Economy of Urban Development

32355 MGMT 306 020 Organizational Behavior and Diversity

41811 CRP 576 001 Human Settlements

38328 MGMT 310 005 Legal Issues for Managers

College of Arts and Sciences

27935 MGMT 322 003 Marketing Management

30525 AMST 310 021 T: Women Artists of the American West

28618 MGMT 324 003 New Venture Strategies

42153 ANTH 321 002 Southwest Archaelogy

13337 MGMT 326 010 Financial Management

39040 CHEM 301 004 Organic Chemistry

37737 MGMT 328 003 International Management

41605 CHEM 302 005 Organic Chemistry

37738 MGMT 329 001 Data Management

41261 CJ

314 016 Intercultural Communication

37739 MGMT 330 001 Business Progamming Fundamentals

41264 CJ

327 005 Persuasive Communication

41293 MGMT 331 001 Business Application Programming

43186 CJ

333 050 Professional Communication (2nd 8-week session)

34688 MGMT 336 001 Information Systems Security

37884 CJ

446 001 Organizational Analysis and Training

41294 MGMT 342 001 Income Tax Accounting I

41270 ENGL 321 003 Intermediate Creative Writing Fiction

37740 MGMT 450 006 Computer Based Info Systems

37711 ENGL 418 010 Proposal and Grant Writing

37741 MGMT 459 001 Information Analysis

42306 ENGL 518 010 Proposal and Grant Writing

40408 MGMT 490 036 ST: Accounting Practicum (Intersession)

43629 FREN 508

13821 MGMT 523 001 Service Operations Management

43630 LING 436 002 Language and Educ in SW Native Am Communities

41296 MGMT 526 002 Financial Management

41606 POLS 491 002 Internship

41297 MGMT 550 001 Professional Accounting

39268 PSY 302 040 Psychological Research Techniques

42343 MGMT 551 046 Problems

42035 PSY 329 040 Adolescent Psychology

13958 MGMT 588 001 Supply Chain Strategy

39814 PSY 332 044 Abnormal Psychology (1st 8-week session)

41298 MGMT 630 001 Mgmt of Info Systems

39815 PSY 332 045 Abnormal Psychology (2nd 8-week session)

13966 MGMT 636 001 IS Security

42280 PSY 344 040 Human Neuropsychology

41299 MGMT 637 001 Database Management Systems

43635 PSY 347 040 Drugs and Behavior

41301 MGMT 648 001 Advanced Information Security

42152 PSY 374 040 Cross-Cultural Psychology

41302 MGMT 649 001 Information Assurance

38003 PSY 400 040 History of Psychology

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35464 PSY 421 040 Advanced Developmental Psychology

42242 EDUC 531 004 Rdg Prog Elem Schools

42283 PSY 434 040 Behavior Therapies

32638 EDUC 531 005 Rdg Prog Elem Schools

30622 PSY 450 040 ST: Depression Diag & Treatmnt

41229 EDUC 542 001 Principles of Curriculum Development

41870 PSY 450 041 ST: Love & Intimacy

42243 EDUC 552 002 Social Justice in Education

39148 PSY 450 042 ST: Primate Behavior

41230 FS

39448 PSY 650 042 ST: Primate Behavior

34496 LEAD 501 002 Ed Leadership in a Dem Society

38926 RELG 447 006 Seminar: Jewish Mysticism and Kabbalah

41648 LEAD 509 002 Leadership and Org Change

37968 SOC 300 001 Social Welfare Policies and Programs

40925 LEAD 521 001 School Finance & Resource Management

38965 SOC 312 003 Causes of Crime and Delinquency (1st 8-week session)

41939 LEAD 529 003 The Adult Learner

41514 SOC 340 002 Medical Sociology 37969 SOC 371 001 Classical Sociological Theory 41515 SOC 381 006 Sociological Data Analysis 30942 WMST 379 021 Women Artists of the American West

College of Education

444 001 Family Finance

43632 LEAD 561

Legal Issues for School Leaders

28009 LEAD 594 001 Tech & Professional Writing 41231 LEAD 596 001 Administrative Internship 13275 LLSS 443 002 Children’s Literature 36045 LLSS 453 008 Theory and Cult Found Biling Educ 38865 LLSS 460 002 Language and Educ in SW Native Am Communities

13498 ARTE 590 001 Current Trends and Issues in Art Education

37725 LLSS 528 001 Studies in Reading and Literature for Teachers

43930 COUN 510 001 Prof Orientation and Ethics

38866 LLSS 560 003 Language and Educ in SW Native Am Communities

40838 COUN 576 001 Diagnosis of Mental Disorders

30515 MSET 365 005 Microcomputers in Schools

41221 COUN 593 002 T: Substance Use and Abuse

42634 MSET 365 004 Microcomputers in Schools

42364 ECME 317 001 Integrated Early Childhood Curriculum

16019 NUTR 344 002 Energy Nutrients Human Nutr

35551 ECME 325 001 Soc, Political and Cultural Contexts of Child and Families

28706 OLIT 470 001 Workplace Training

37821 ECME 401 002 Research in Child Growth, Development and Learning

16987 OLIT 471 001 Designing Training 17001 OLIT 483 001 Instructional Applications and Computer Training

41222 EDPY 303* 005 Human Growth and Development

17010 OLIT 501 001 Instructional Design

38873 EDPY 310* 005 Learning and the Classroom

17021 OLIT 507 001 Knowledge Management

43930 EDPY 503

Principles of Human Development

17037 OLIT 508 001 Program Evaluation

43931 EDPY 511

Introductory Educational Statistics

29741 OLIT 511 001 Knowledge Dissemination & Appl

35055 EDUC 330L 001* Teaching of Reading

39654 OLIT 535* 001 Theory and Prac-Distance Learning

33337 EDUC 331L* 005 Reading Program Elem Schools

37743 OLIT 537 001 Culture and Global e-Learning

41272 EDUC 333L 001 Teach Oral and Written Language in the Elem School

41940 OLIT 561 003 The Adult Learner

41739 EDUC 400 013 Student Teach in the Elem School (OL: 8/7-12/17) 41273 EDUC 433 001 Teach Oral and Written Language in the Elem School 42630 EDUC 500 004 Research Applications to Education

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University of New Mexico online | FALL 2012 School of Engineering 18107 CE

474 001 Principles of Written Construction Docs

33073 CE

574 001 Principles of Written Construction Docs

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41846 INFO 320 001 Information Management for Professionals 43891 INFO 504 001 Foundations of Information Mangement Practice 43893 INFO 506 001 Metadata

42508 CHNE 527 001 Radiation Biology for Engineers and Scientists

School of Medicine

42638 ECE

314 002 Signals and Systems

39081 DEHY 400 001 Current Issues in Dental Hygiene

42426 ECE

345 004 Intro to Control Systems

39961 DEHY 410 001 Dental Hygiene Research Methodology

38928 ECE

460 002 Microwave Engineering

20084 DEHY 440 001 Extramural Experience

42033 ECE

495 017 ST: Web Arch and Cloud Computing

20091 DEHY 502 001 Dental Hygiene Instructional Strategies

36329 ECE

500 002 Theory of Linear Systems

24665 DEHY 504 001 Dental Hygiene Internship

39671 ECE

540 002 Advanced Networking

20093 DEHY 505 001 Clinical Teaching Administration

41195 ECE

555 002 Foundations of Engineering EM

39966 DEHY 510 005 Dental Hygiene Research Methodology

38929 ECE

560 002 Microwave Engineering

35421 HSCI 378 001 Current Problems I

42993 ECE

562 004 Electronics RF Design

11180 HSCI 405 001 Medical Imaging Theory II

27220 ECE

590 002 Graduate Seminar

37712 HSCI 406 001 Medical Imaging Theory III

41196 ECE

594 002 Complex Systems Theory

32252 HSCI 480 001 Human Cross Sectional Anatomy

42034 ECE

595 017 ST: Web Arch and Cloud Computing

29615 MEDL 310 001 Clinical Chemistry

42034 ECE

595 027 ST: Pwr Sys Mod and Comp

29616 MEDL 311L 001 Clinical Chemistry Lab

43164 ECE

595 028 ST: Distribution Systems

29617 MEDL 330 001 Introduction to Microbiology

College of Fine Arts 42442 IFDM 491 008 Animation I – The Basics 42441 IFDM 491 007 Animation III 41794 IFDM 491 005 ST: Introduction to 3D Animation and Visual Effects 41795 IFDM 491 006 ST: Adv Topics in 3D Animation and Visual Effects 37887 MUS 4XX

World Music

38763 MUS 375 001 The Beatles: Revolution

University College 43633 NATV 305 001 Indigenous Self-Determination in Education 41284 NATV 326 001 Tribal Gaming 43588 NATV 450 007 T: Nat AM Vote: Pol Ambivalence 38867 NATV 460 001 Language and Educ in SW Native Am Communities

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29636 MEDL 410L 001 Advanced Clinical Chemistry 29637 MEDL 430 001 Advanced Clinical Microbiology 42425 MPHY 527 001 Radiation Biology for the Engineer and Scientist 41547 PT

351 001 Clinical Excercise in Physical Therapy

39444 RADS 410 002 Physics of Computed Tomography 39468 RADS 420 002 Computed Tomography Clinical I

College of Nursing 28013 NURS 239 061 Pathophysiology I 27938 NURS 332 060 Intro to Nurs Res and Evid Based Pract 27939 NURS 340 060 Advancement of Prof Nursing 28045 NURS 441 060 Ev Based Appl Health Assess Skls 27940 NURS 442 060 Nurs Lead Health Policy and Syst 27941 NURS 447L 060 Fam & Community Hlth Pract

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35504 NURS 474 060 Patient Education 34700 NURS 504 061 EBP in Nursing and Health Care

About Taking Online Classes

27948 NURS 505 060 Health Care Policy Sys Adv Roles

UNM Online courses are developed and instructed by UNM faculty and offer students the opportunity to:

27949 NURS 509 060 Teaching in Nursing

• Access classes needed to meet academic goals

27950 NURS 512 060 Resource Util in Nursing

• Bring flexibility to their daily schedule

27951 NURS 514 060 Nurs Admin in Hlth Inst and Agencies

• Take an active role in their learning experience

27955 NURS 558 060 Brain and Behav Correl Hlth and Illness 32984 NURS 568 060 Trauma and Transp 27959 NURS 601 060 Theory I: Proc Nurs Know Dev 43905 NURS 608 060 Environments of Human Health 27961 NURS 621 060 Adv Health Care Stats II 41457 NURS 641 060 Health Disparities and Policy 43889 NURS 648 060 Intro Hlth Policy Field Placement

* Indicates multiple sections offered. NOTE: Courses are subject to change. For updates visit the website at http://santafe.unm.edu.

• Interact with their instructor and classmates through the online environment Learners access primary content and instruction through WebCT using a variety of tools including email, chat, discussion boards, web pages, and multimedia technologies. Students participate in weekly learning activities as scheduled by the instructor. Online classes follow UNM’s academic calendar and the same policies, procedures and deadlines as traditional, campus-based courses. Online courses appear on student transcripts in the same manner as campus-based courses. For additional information about UNM Online courses and for updates to the semester schedule, visit the website at http://online.unm.edu. For degree completion programs offered through the UNM Santa Fe Center, visit the website at http://santafe.unm.edu or call 505-428-1220. Academic advising is available by appointment at the UNM Higher Education Center office. Call 505-428-1220 or email santafe@unm.edu.

Carmen Lujan santafe@unm.edu (505) 428-1220 santafe.unm.edu

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West Wing | Lo w er Le v e l Santa Fe Community College 6401 Richards ave., santa fe

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To get started, consult with an adviser from the university of your choice: IAIA Kelley Mitchell kmitchell@iaia.edu (505) 428-1891 | (505) 424-2311 www.iaia.edu

NMHU Mary Anne Sandoval santafe@nmhu.edu (505) 424-9185 www.nmhu.edu/santafe

UNM Carmen Lujan santafe@unm.edu (505) 428-1220 santafe.unm.edu

Or, contact Dr. Tina Ludutsky-Taylor at (505) 428-1182 or tina.ludutskytaylor@sfcc.edu


Santa Fe Higher Education Center Class Schedule