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SPRING 2020

SCHEDULE OF CREDIT CLASSES DAYTIME • EVENING • WEEKEND • ONLINE

REGISTRATION BEGINS TUESDAY, NOV. 12

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Programs

2 SFCC PROGRAMS 2 PROGRAMS SFCC PROGRAMS 2 EXPLORE SFCC’S diverse course offerings to discover which classes best match your interests. SFCC’s affordable tuition allows you to transfer to a bachelor’s degree program or customize the courses that support your career choice.

Creative ARTS

Discover the voice that gives life to your dreams. ARCHITECTURAL & INTERIOR DESIGN TECHNOLOGIES

Associate in Applied Science Certificates Architectural and Interior Design Software Architectural and Interior Design Technologies Interior Design

ENGLISH-CREATIVE WRITING Associate in Arts Certificate Creative Writing

CULINARY ARTS

Associate in Applied Science Certificates Culinary Arts Patissier

FASHION DESIGN

Associate in Applied Arts Certificate Fashion Design

FILM

Associate in Arts Associate in Applied Science Certificates Digital Cinematography Film Production Film: Post-Production Independent Filmmaking

FINE ARTS

Associate in Arts Certificates Ceramics Drawing and Painting Intermedia Studies Jewelry/Metal Arts Sculpture

MEDIA ARTS

Associate in Arts Associate in Applied Science Certificates Audio Production Graphic and Interactive Design Media Arts 3-D, Animation and Game Design Social Media Specialist Web Design

PHOTOGRAPHY

Associate in Arts Associate in Applied Arts Certificates Commercial Photography Fine Arts Photography

ARTS AND DESIGN

Associate in Applied Arts Certificates Ceramics Fine Woodworking Jewelry/Metal Arts

BUSINESS and MANAGEMENT

All the tools you need to work in or build a successful business. ACCOUNTING

Associate in Arts Certificate Accounting Specialist

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Associate in Arts Associate in Applied Science Certificate Entrepreneurship

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CRIMINAL JUSTICE

Associate in Applied Science Associate in Arts Certificates Criminal Investigation Police Supervision

CULINARY ARTS

Associate in Applied Science Certificates Culinary Arts Patissier

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BUSINESS and MANAGEMENTcontinued HOSPITALITY & TOURISM MANAGEMENT Associate in Arts Certificate Hospitality and Tourism

LEGAL STUDIES

PARALEGAL STUDIES

Associate in Applied Science Certificates Law Office Administrative Assistant Legal Secretary Paralegal Studies

Associate in Arts

EDUCATION, SOCIAL SCIENCES and HUMANITIES Change the world by helping others.

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE Associate in Arts Certificate American Sign Language

CREATIVE WRITING Certificate

HUMAN SERVICES

Associate in Arts Certificates Leadership Traumatic Stress Aide

EDUCATION EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION Associate in Arts Associate in Applied Science Certificates Early Childhood Development Infant and Family Studies

TEACHER EDUCATION Associate in Arts Certificates Teacher Certification Teaching Early Childhood Education Teaching Elementary Education (K-8) Teaching Secondary Education (7-12) Teaching Special Education (K-12) Bilingual Education Endorsement Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)

PSYCHOLOGY

Associate in Arts

SPANISH LANGUAGE Associate in Arts

HEALTHCARE and FITNESS

Prepare for a fulfilling career in a fast-growing field. ALLIED HEALTH

Associate in Applied Science

COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKER Certificate Community Health Worker

DENTAL HEALTH

Associate in Applied Science Certificates Dental Assisting Advanced Dental Assisting Expanded Functions Dental Auxiliary

EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES Certificates Emergency Medical Technician — Basic Emergency Medical Technician — Intermediate

EXERCISE SCIENCE

Associate in Applied Science Certificate Fitness Instructor Training

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4 SFCC PROGRAMS 4 PROGRAMS SFCC PROGRAMS 4

HEALTHCARE and FITNESS continued HOME HEALTH AIDE/ NURSING ASSISTANT

NUTRITION Certificate

Certificates Home Health Aide Medical Billing and Coding Nursing Assistant Patient Care Assistant

PARAMEDICINE

MEDICAL ASSISTING

Certificate

Associate in Applied Science Certificate Medical Assisting

Associate in Applied Science Certificate Paramedicine

PHLEBOTOMY RESPIRATORY CARE

Associate in Applied Science

NURSING

Associate in Applied Science

SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY

Take your place on the front lines of a radically changing world. BIOLOGICAL & PHYSICAL SCIENCES Associate in Science

BUILDING SCIENCE & CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGIES

Associate in Applied Science Certificates Adobe Construction Facilities Technologies Green Building Construction Skills Green Building Systems Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Plumbing Residential Energy Auditor/Inspector

COMPUTER & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES

Associate in Applied Science Certificates Application Development Computer Hardware and Software Computer and Network Security Information Technologies Support for Smart Grids and Micro Grids Web Development

COMPUTER SCIENCE

CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE

Associate in Applied Science Certificate Controlled Environment Agriculture

ENGINEERING ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGIES Associate in Applied Science Certificates Electrical, Smart Grid and Micro Grid Technologies General Engineering Technologies Manufacturing Engineering Technologies GENERAL ENGINEERING & ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGIES Associate in Science

SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLOGIES Associate in Applied Science Certificates Biofuels Solar Energy Sustainable Technologies Water Treatment Operation

Associate in Science

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TRADES and TECHNOLOGY Forge a path to your dream job.

ARCHITECTURAL & INTERIOR DESIGN TECHNOLOGIES

Associate in Applied Science Certificates Architectural and Interior Design Software Architectural and Interior Design Technologies

AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY

Associate in Applied Science Certificates Automotive Engine Repair Automotive Heating and Air Conditioning Automotive Maintenance and Light Truck Repair Automatic Transmission Transaxle Brakes Manual Transmission and Drive Train Steering and Suspension

BUILDING SCIENCE & CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGIES

Associate in Applied Science Certificates Adobe Construction Facilities Technologies Green Building Construction Skills Green Building Systems Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Plumbing Residential Energy Auditor/Inspector

COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY Certificate

CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE Associate in Applied Science Certificate

ENERGY AUDITOR Certificate

FACILITY TECHNOLOGIES Certificate

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FASHION DESIGN

Associate In Applied Arts Certificate

FILM

Associate in Arts Associate in Applied Science Certificates Digital Cinematography Film Crew Film Production Independent Filmmaking Multimedia Journalism Post-Production

HEATING, VENTILATION & AIR CONDITIONING Certificate

MEDIA ARTS

Associate In Arts Associate In Applied Science Certificates Audio Production Graphic and Interactive Design Media Arts 3-D, Animation and Game Design Social Media Specialist Web Design

PLUMBING Certificate

SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLOGIES Associate in Applied Science Certificates Biofuels Solar Energy Sustainable Technologies Water Treatment Operation

WELDING TECHNOLOGIES Associate in Applied Science Certificate

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6 WELCOME

SFCC MISSION, VISION AND VALUES Mission

Empower Students, Strengthen Community. Empoderar a los Estudiantes, Fortalecer a la Comunidad.

Vision

SFCC is a nationally recognized leader in fulfilling its community’s dreams, one student at a time.

Values

• We value STUDENT LEARNING and demonstrate our commitment through innovative, high quality programs, empowerment of students, and accountability for systematic learning assessment. • We value EXCELLENCE and demonstrate our commitment through continuous organizational improvement, transparent and effective systems, and responsible stewardship of taxpayer dollars. • We value PEOPLE and demonstrate our commitment through building a community of collaboration and trust, celebrating diversity, and fostering a vibrant system of shared governance. • We value SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY and demonstrate our commitment through leadership in sustainability programs and practices, accessible and affordable education, and ongoing service to and partnerships with our community. • We value INTEGRITY and demonstrate our commitment by modeling respect, honesty and principled decision-making throughout the organization. The information contained herein is valid as of October 2019.While SFCC makes every effort to ensure the accuracy of the information, the college reserves the right to make changes at any time without prior notice. Always check with your advisor or the online registration system for current information.

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SFCC Governing Board Linda S. Siegle, Chair Jack Sullivan, Vice Chair George Gamble, Ph.D., Secretary Kathleen D. Keith, Member Martha G. Romero, Ph.D., Member Becky Rowley, Ph.D., President, ex officio Ian Martinez, Student Member, ex officio

The SFCC Schedule of Credit Classes summarizes information of interest to students; it is not a complete statement of programs and policies. Other important information is published in the SFCC Catalog, the Student Handbook and guidelines produced by instructional departments and other offices. Students are responsible for knowing and complying with the provisions of these documents.

President Becky Rowley, Ph.D.

SFCC is an equal opportunity/ADA-compliant institution. SFCC es una institución de igualdad de oportunidades en conformidad con ADA.

SFCC is a public institution accredited by the Higher Learning Commission with membership in the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.

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WHERE TO FIND IT SFCC PROGRAMS........................................2 MISSION, VISION AND VALUES.................6 IMPORTANT DATES (Academic Calendar).........8 PHONE NUMBERS.......................................9 OPEN HOURS...............................................9 TERMS TO KNOW.....................................10 ABOUT ENROLLMENT

New Student Orientation.............................10 Student ID Cards..........................................10 Placement Testing.........................................11 Prerequisites.................................................11 Audit Option................................................12 Dropping or Withdrawing From a Class........12 Supplies........................................................17 LINKED CLASSES.......................................11 NEW COURSE NUMBERING.....................11 CHANGE OF PLANS

DATES AND DEADLINES

New Student Orientation.............................10 Important Dates (Academic Calendar)............8 Transaction Deadlines...................................13 Registration and Payment Deadlines.............14 SUPPORT

MySFCC......................................................20 Student Support Services..............................20 Advising • Career Services • Counseling • Library • Office of the Registrar • Student Accessibility Services • Student Development • Testing Center • TRiO • Tutoring Center • Veterans Resource Center SECURITY

Security Report............................................21 Emergency Alerts..........................................21 Designated smoking areas.............................22 GETTING HERE

SFCC and HEC Area Map...........................21 Campus Map................................................22 SUN ONLINE................................................... 23

Dropping or Withdrawing From a Class...12-13 Transaction Deadlines ..................................13 Refunds........................................................17

ONLINE LEARNING (Online Classes)..........24 Completely Online Class Listings.............25-27

REGISTRATION

HOW TO READ A CLASS LISTING...........28

Ways to Register...........................................12 Registration Helpline...................................12 Registration and Payment Deadlines.............14 COSTS

CLASS LISTINGS

Spring Credit Class Listings......................28-70 Spring Late-Starting Classes..........................72

Tuition and Fees...........................................15 Determining the Total Cost of a Class...........15

FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE...........................71

PAYING

Academic and Career Education (ACE)........77 English as a Second Language (ESL)..............78 Literacy Volunteers of Santa Fe......................78

Payment Options..........................................16 SFCC Foundation Scholarships.....................16 Refunds........................................................17

ADULT EDUCATION

FINANCIAL AID

Eligibility and Requirements........................18 How to Apply for Financial Aid....................18 Types of Financial Aid...................................18 Scholarships..................................................19 Spring 2020 I SFCC Schedule of Credit Classes

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8 IMPORTANT DATES

2020 ACADEMIC CALENDAR SPRING

Priority registration................................ Nov. 11, 8:30 a.m. (SFCC students who are NM residents, earned more than 30 credit hours taken at SFCC and have declared a degree)

Registration begins (NM residents)............ Nov. 12, 8:30 a.m. Payment arrangements are due by 4:30 p.m. on Tues., Jan. 8. After Tues., Jan. 8, payment is due upon registration.

Full-time faculty return (limited services 8-10 a.m.) ..... Jan. 9 Convocation (services available at 10 a.m.)..................... Jan. 9 Open registration — open to all................................Jan. 10 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day — college closed.......Jan. 20 Classes begin.............................................................Jan. 21 Schedule changes only (drop/add) (16-wk courses)...... Jan. 21-22 Residency Petitions due.............................................Jan. 24 Deadline to drop 1st 8-week course(s) without grade and obtain refund............................Jan. 31 Deadline to drop without grade and obtain a refund (16-wk courses)...........................Feb. 7 Deadline to petition to graduate spring 2020..............Feb. 7 Faculty and staff in-service (college closed-no services)..March 6 Deadline to change audit/credit status (16-wk courses)........................................................March 6 Midterm examinations...................................... March 9-14 Midterm grades due by 5 p.m...............................March 16 Spring break (week 9 of semester) — college closed... March 16-22 Deadline to register for 2nd 8-week courses .........March 24 Deadline to drop 2nd 8-week courses without a grade and obtain a refund..................March 27 Complete/Signed Petition to Graduate to walk in Commencement Ceremony...................................Apri 3 Deadline to withdraw from class(es) (16-wk courses)......April 9 Priority registration for summer 2020 begins..........April 13 Registration for summer 2020 begins......................April 14 Spring holiday — college closed........................April 10-12 Priority registration for fall 2020 begins..................April 20 Registration for fall 2020 begins.............................April 20 Deadline for instructor initiated withdrawals (16-wk courses)......................................................... May 3 Final examinations..............................................May 11-16 Commencement Rehearsal begins at 3:30 p.m. at William C. Witter Fitness Center............................ May 14 Semester ends.......................................................... May 16 Spring Commencement........................................... May 16 Final grades due by 5 p.m......................................... May 18 Memorial Day — college closed.............................. May 25

SUMMER

Priority Registration.......................................... April 13 (SFCC students who are NM residents, earned more than 30 credit hours taken at SFCC and have declared a degree)

Registration begins (NM Residents) April 14 Payment arrangements are due by 4:30 p.m. on May 16 if student registers from April 16 to May 16. Payment arrangements MUST be made at the time of registration when student registers after May 16.

Memorial Day — college closed.............................. May 25 Open registration — open to all.............................. May 22 Last day to petition to graduate summer 2020.......... June 26 Independance Day (observed) — college closed..........July 3

Eight-Week Session Classes begin ............................................................ June 8 Schedule changes only (drop/add).......................... June 8–9 Last day to drop without a grade and obtain a refund ............................................... June 19 Last day to change audit/credit status ...................... June 26 Last day to withdraw from class(es)............................ July 17 Final examinations........................................ July 27–Aug. 1 Session ends.............................................................. July 27 Final grades due by 5 p.m...........................................Aug. 3

First Four-Week Session Classes begin............................................................. June 8 Schedule changes only (drop/add)...........................June 8-9 Last day to drop without a grade and obtain a refund............................................... June 10 Last day to change audit/credit status....................... June 17 Last day to withdraw from class(es)........................... June 24 Final examinations........................................ June 29–July 2 Session ends................................................................July 2 Final grades due by 5 p.m............................................July 6

Second Four-Week Session Classes begin..............................................................July 6 Schedule changes only (drop/add)........................... July 6-7 Last day to drop without a grade and obtain a refund................................................ July 10 Independence Day (observed) — college closed..........July 3 Last day to change from audit/credit status................ July 17 Last day to withdraw from class(es)............................ July 19 Final examinations.........................................July 27-Aug. 1 Session ends...............................................................Aug. 1 Final grades due by 5 p.m...........................................Aug. 3

Register and pay online anytime. If you encounter problems registering online, call the Registration Helpline at 505-428-1270 during regular business hours. Failure to arrange payment by the deadline could result in losing your place in class. See Page 12 for information. Late registration into courses that have started is not permitted after the first week of the semester. NOTE: This does not apply to courses that have not yet started — only courses that are already underway.

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PHONE NUMBERS

OPEN HOURS

SFCC’s Main Phone Number............505-428-1000 Advising and information New and non-degree students................ 505-428-1270 School of Arts, Design, and Media Arts.........505-428-1880 School of Business and Education................505-428-1448 School of Fitness Education.........................505-428-1293 School of Liberal Arts..................................505-428-1189 School of Sciences, Health, Engineering and Math...................................................505-428-1462 School of Trades, Technology, Sustainability and Professional Studies.............................505-428-1877 Adult Education....................................... 505-428-1356 Bookstore................................................. 505-428-1218 Campus Safety.......................................... 505-428-1224 Career Services......................................... 505-428-1406 Cashier’s Office......................................... 505-428-1211 College for Working Adults....................... 505-428-1745 Continuing Education (noncredit courses) information and registration.................... 505-428-1676 Customized and Contract Training............ 505-428-1676 Economic and Workforce Development.... 505-428-1676 English as a Second Language (ESL).......... 505-428-1356 ENLACE................................................. 505-428-1714 Financial aid/scholarship information........ 505-428-1268 Fitness Education Center.......................... 505-428-1615 High School Equivalency (HSE) and General Education Diploma (GED)........ 505-428-1356 International students................................ 505-428-1881 Kids Campus............................................ 505-428-1354 Library..................................................... 505-428-1352 Literacy Volunteers of Santa Fe.................. 505-428-1353 Media Arts Lab......................................... 505-428-1248 Online Teaching and Learning.................. 505-428-1166 Registrar’s Office...................................... 505-428-1267 Registration Helpline............................... 505-428-1270 Student Accessibility Services (V/TTY).... 505-428-1711 Student Development............................... 505-428-1665 Student Employment................................ 505-428-1285 Teacher Education.................................... 505-428-1424 Teamwork In Action................................. 505-428-1676 Technology Service Desk.......................... 505-428-1222 Testing Center.......................................... 505-428-1625 TRiO....................................................... 505-428-1364 Tutoring Center....................................... 505-428-1260 Veterans’ Benefits...................................... 505-428-1267 Veterans Resource Center......................... 505-428-1350 Weather Watch/Holiday Line (school delays/closures)............................... 505-428-1716 Welcome and Advising Center.................. 505-428-1270 Wellness Center........................................ 505-428-1291

General Campus Hours Monday through Friday....................7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday.............................................8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday................................................noon to 5 p.m. For the William C. Witter Fitness Education Center, see hours below.

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Bookstore Monday through Thursday............ 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Friday................................................8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Cashier’s Office** Monday through Thursday............ 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Friday................................................8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Computer Lab Monday through Friday......................8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday.............................................8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday................................................noon to 5 p.m. Financial Aid Office* Monday through Thursday............ 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Friday................................................8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Fitness Education Center Monday through Thursday............ 6:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday........................................... 6:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday............................................ 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Library Visit www.sfcc.edu/library for hours Registrar’s Office* Monday through Friday.....................8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Student Development Office Monday through Friday......................8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Technology Service Desk Monday through Thursday............ 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday........................................... 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday.............................................. 8 a.m. to noon Testing Center Monday and Tuesday..........................8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday through Friday.................8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tutoring Center Monday through Thursday.................9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday................................................9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday...........................................10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Welcome and Advising Center* Monday through Thursday............ 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Friday................................................8 a.m. to 5 p.m. *Open until 5:30 two weeks before the semester begins and the first week of classes. **Open later, until 6 p.m., Mondays-Thursdays only during weeks of payment deadlines and the first week of classes.

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10 ABOUT ENROLLMENT TERMS TO KNOW

ABOUT ENROLLMENT

Audit — Students who audit a credit course do not earn a grade or college credit. Audited courses do not count toward a certificate or degree. Standard prerequisites, tuition and fees apply. You have the option to change from credit to audit status or audit to credit until a specified date during the semester.

NEW STUDENTS

Corequisite — This indicates a requirement you must complete concurrently with the course for which you are enrolling. For instance, lab courses are often corequisites for classroom instruction in sciences, so you must take both the class and the lab during the same semester.

NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION AND ADVISING

Credit — Credit is earned when classes are successfully completed. Certificates and degrees require a certain number of credits. Degree students — These are students who already have a high school diploma or GED and want to work toward a particular certificate or degree at SFCC. Drop — Dropping a class completely removes it from your academic record. If you meet the processing deadline, you become eligible for a refund. Deadlines occur within the first few class sessions and vary according to the length of the course. Non-degree students — Students who do not wish to pursue a certificate or degree can enroll as non-degree students. A high school or GED diploma is not required for admission as a non-degree student; age requirements may apply. Prerequisite — This is a requirement you must complete successfully before you may enroll in a particular course or program. Topics class — A class that has been developed around current events or is being considered as a regular class offering. Topics classes are not part of degree plans and are not listed in the catalog. Withdrawal — If the “drop” deadline has passed, you may still withdraw from a class. A “W” will be recorded on your academic record and reflected on your transcript. It is not a factor in the calculation of your GPA. Withdrawal from a class does not make you eligible for a refund.

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Welcome! You’re about to join a community of dedicated students, faculty and staff who want you to succeed. Go to www.sfcc.edu, click on “Future Students” then “Apply and Register Info” and follow the instructions.

To assist new students in successfully transitioning to college and to increase the likelihood of academic success and degree completion, SFCC offers New Student Orientation sessions. All new, full-time, degree-seeking students with 15 or fewer completed, cumulative credits should attend New Student Orientation and meet with an advisor each semester.

DATE FOR NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION Jan. 14 from 11 a.m.–1 p.m. Jan. 14 from 6-7:30 p.m On main campus and no registration is required. For more information, call 505-428-1275.

STUDENT ID CARDS Students taking credit classes are eligible to receive an SFCC student ID. You’ll use it to access services such as the Library, Computer Labs and Testing Center. You will also use it each time you use the Fitness Education Center. To get your ID, take a copy of your class schedule to the Welcome and Advising Center, Room 201, or the Fitness Education Center during their open hours (see Page 9).

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LINKED CLASSES/LEARNING COMMUNITIES

Linked Classes/Learning Communities are specially designed to help students work more quickly to complete a degree. In these special classes, students enroll in two or more classes tied — or “linked” — together as corequisites, and students must take the classes for credit. These classes allow students to complete developmental and core college-level classes more quickly, so they can take classes toward their major in less time. Some advantages of these classes are taking two classes with the same group of students and instructors, shared assignments, learning across disciplines and faster completion of prerequisite courses. Current Linked Classes include: • Accelerated, Linked Classes in English or Math, such as English 1110 and ENGL 110L or Math 101 and MATH 101S. Ask your advisor for more information about these special offerings.

PREREQUISITES IMPORTANT Make sure SFCC has proof that you have met the prerequisites for classes you want to take. TO SATISFY A PREREQUISITE, YOU CAN: • Complete the required course with a “C” or better. • Demonstrate proficiency on a placement test at the Testing Center. • Submit qualifying ACT, SAT, AP or CLEP scores. • Submit transcripts that demonstrate that you have completed a comparable course at another institution with a grade of “C” or better.

PLACEMENT TESTING Placement testing assesses your skills in the areas of English and math to help you choose the courses and services most suited to your needs, educational background and career goals. Tests are computer-based and given at the Testing Center, Room 611, during open hours (see Page 9). No appointment is necessary and testing is free, but you must have a government issued photo ID and your SFCC ID number (A number). Allow two hours to complete the entire test or 30 to 45 minutes to complete individual sections. Results are available as soon as you complete the test. Visit www.sfcc.edu/testing or call 505-428-1625. TEST SCORES Recent ACT or SAT scores (less than three years old) can sometimes be used to determine English or math placement, though testing may still be required. TRANSCRIPT EVALUATION We encourage a placement test to determine the best course placement; however, coursework you completed at another college or university may fulfill SFCC prerequisites. For example, if you passed a college-level freshman composition course at another college with a grade of “C” or better, the SFCC ENGL 1110 prerequisite may be waived. A math or science course taken more than three years ago cannot fulfill a prerequisite for a subsequent math or science course. To have your prior college work evaluated* for course placement, bring your official (in sealed envelope) transcripts to the Office of the Registrar.You can have your official transcripts from other schools you have attended sent to Santa Fe Community College, Office of Registrar, 6401 Richards Ave, Santa Fe, NM 87508 or to records@sfcc.edu. For information, call 505-428-1264. *Depending on the time in the academic semester/year transfer evaluation can take from 5-7 working days to be reviewed and processed.

NEW COURSE NUMBERING

New Mexico colleges now offer courses with the same name/number system. Find course numbering changes: www.hed.state.nm.us/programs/common-course-numbering.aspx. What’s different? An ENGL 111 will become ENGL 1110 and MATH 119 will become MATH 1130. Other subjects may have changed; such as FILM and MART courses are now FDMA and DRPT is now ARTS. For information call an Academic Advisor at 505-428-1275, visit the Welcome and Advising Center, Room 201 or at hed.state.nm.us/ resources-for-schools/public_schools/nm-course-numbering-system Spring 2020 I SFCC Schedule of Credit Classes

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12 WAYS TO REGISTER

WAYS TO REGISTER

Degree-seeking students should meet with an academic advisor or counselor in the Welcome and Advising Center or an academic department advisor prior to registering. Walk-ins are welcome or you can schedule an appointment by calling 505-428-1270 or the academic department. Check for open hours on Page 9. Priority Registration begins one day early for New Mexico degree-seeking students who have 30 or more credits.

ONLINE

Register and pay online anytime! New students need to complete an SFCC admissions form before you can register. Go to www.sfcc.edu, click on “Future Students” then “Apply and Register Info” and follow the instructions. Once your enrollment application has been accepted, you will be assigned your Student ID (A#) and your MySFCC username.You’ll use your username and your eight digit birthdate (MMDDYYYY) to log in to MySFCC to enroll for classes, make payments, check your account status, get announcements and access your student email. Returning students log in to MySFCC with your user name and password, select the “Registration” tab at the top of the page and click on “Add or Drop from Classes.”

IN PERSON

New and returning students can come to the Welcome and Advising Center at SFCC to register during open hours (Page 9). REGISTRATION FOR LATE-STARTING AND CONTINUING EDUCATION CLASSES is available throughout the semester. DISABLED STUDENTS who need assistance can call the Student Accessibility Services Office during regular business hours at 505-428-1701. IF YOU’RE HAVING TROUBLE REGISTERING FOR CLASSES Contact the Registration Helpline at 505-428-1270.

AUDIT OPTION

You may opt out of receiving a letter grade and credit for any course. Under the audit option, you are still responsible for meeting all prerequisites and paying regular tuition and fees. Audited courses cannot be used to meet a prerequisite, nor do they count toward requirements for a degree or certificate. You can change your enrollment status from audit to credit or from credit to audit through MySFCC or by visiting the Welcome and Advising Center before the deadlines listed on Page 13. Audit-to-credit changes require your instructor’s signature.

DROPPING OR WITHDRAWING FROM A CLASS

Official drops or withdrawals from class(es) must be requested prior to the deadlines listed on Page 13 and 14. You can verify that your request has been processed through MySFCC. If you are receiving financial aid and drop or withdraw from a class after it has started, you may be required to repay federal funds. For information, contact the Financial Aid Office. TWO WAYS TO DROP OR WITHDRAW FROM A CLASS: • Drop or withdraw through MySFCC. • Submit a written request to the Welcome and Advising Center in person, by fax at 505-428-1468 or by mail to Welcome and Advising Center, 6401 Richards Ave., Santa Fe, NM 87508-4887. Verbal requests, whether made in person or by phone, cannot be processed and will not be considered a formal drop of or withdrawal from a class. Do not assume that you will be dropped from a class for nonpayment or nonattendance as financial aid and other considerations may prevent disenrollment. If you do not officially drop or withdraw from a class, you will receive a final grade in the class and you will be responsible for paying tuition and fees in full. It is your responsibility to ensure that you have properly dropped or withdrawn from a class. Drop requests after the published deadlines will not be honored. For information, contact the Welcome and Advising Center.

REGISTRATION HELPLINE HOURS: Monday–Friday................ 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. NOTE: SFCC makes every effort to have online services available as published. Maintenance requirements, system upgrades or technical difficulty could cause services to be temporarily unavailable. www.sfcc.edu

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TRANSACTION DEADLINES 13

DROPPING A CLASS To have a class completely removed from your academic record and receive a refund, you must meet the deadlines listed below or on Page 14.

WITHDRAWING FROM A CLASS If the “drop” deadline has passed, you can still withdraw from a class. A “W” will be recorded on your academic record and appear on your transcript but will not be part of your GPA. Withdrawals are not eligible for a refund. To withdraw from a class, you must meet the deadlines listed below or on Page 14.

TRANSACTION DEADLINES SPRING 2020 STANDARD-SCHEDULE AND ALTERNATIVE CLASSES COURSE LENGTH

LESS THAN 1 WEEK

1 WEEK

DROP WITHOUT A GRADE AND RECEIVE FULL TUITION REFUND before first class

CHANGE AUDIT/ CREDIT STATUS

WITHDRAW FROM CLASS

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before 60% of class is completed

through end of second day

before third day

before 60% of class is completed

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before 60% of class is completed

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before 60% of class is completed

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before 60% of class is completed

9 WEEKS

through week 2

before week 5

before 60% of class is completed

10 WEEKS

through week 3

before week 6

before 60% of class is completed

11 WEEKS

through week 3

before week 6

before 60% of class is completed

12 WEEKS

through week 3

before week 7

before 60% of class is completed

13 WEEKS

through week 3

before week 7

before 60% of class is completed

14 WEEKS

through week 3

before week 7

before 60% of class is completed

15 WEEKS

through week 3

before week 7

before 60% of class is completed

March 6 End of 8th week

April 9 End of 10th week

16 WEEKS Feb. 7

NOTE: The class week runs Monday through Sunday. All actions except faculty-initiated withdrawals are initiated by student request. There are two ways you can officially drop or withdraw from a class. Submit your request in writing to the Welcome and Advising Center (in person, by fax at 505-428-1468 or by mail to Welcome and Advising Center, 6401 Richards Ave., Santa Fe, NM 87508-4887), or online through MySFCC. Verbal requests, whether made in person or over the phone, cannot be processed. Call 505-428-1270 for more information. Spring 2020 I SFCC Schedule of Credit Classes

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REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT DEADLINES

Register early! Many classes fill quickly and classes with insufficient enrollment will be canceled. It’s a good idea to choose alternatives in case some classes are full or canceled.

SPRING SESSIONS Registration begins Tuesday, Nov. 12, 8:30 a.m. Registration — New Mexico residents

REGISTER Tuesday, Nov. 12 to Tuesday, Jan. 7

PAYMENT DEADLINE 4:30 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 14

After Tuesday, Jan. 14

Payment due Friday, Feb. 7

Open registration begins — open to all

Friday, Jan. 10

4:30 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 14

After the deadlines listed above, if you have not made arrangements for payment by census date, Friday, Feb., 7 you will be disenrolled from your classes. For late-starting classes, disenrollment for nonpayment occurs at 6 a.m. every Thursday beginning Feb. 20, 2020 (week 5 of the spring 2020 semester). Failure to arrange payment for tuition and fees by these deadlines may result in disenrollment from classes. Payment plans are available until the census date.

THERE ARE TWO WAYS TO DROP OR WITHDRAW FROM A CLASS: • Drop or withdraw through MySFCC. • Submit a written request to Welcome and Advising Center in person, by fax at 505-428-1468 or by mail to Welcome and Advising Center, 6401 Richards Ave., Santa Fe, NM 87508-4887. NOTE: Verbal requests, whether made in person or by phone, cannot be processed and will not be considered a formal drop of or withdrawal from a class. Do not assume that you will be dropped from a class for nonpayment or nonattendance as financial aid and other considerations may prevent disenrollment. If you do not officially drop or withdraw from a class, you will receive a final grade in the class and you will be responsible for paying tuition and fees in full. It is your responsibility to ensure that you have properly dropped or withdrawn from a class. Drop requests after the published deadlines will not be honored. For information, contact the Welcome and Advising Center at 505-428-1270. www.sfcc.edu

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THE TOTAL COST OF A CLASS IS DETERMINED BY ADDING: Tuition + Required Fees + Additional Course/Program Fee (as noted in the class listing) NOTE: Tuition and fees are subject to change without notice.

TUITION

FEES

IN-STATE AND IN-DISTRICT RESIDENT Regular rate $48 per credit hour If you’ve established New Mexico residency for tuition purposes* and reside within the college’s taxing district.**

REQUIRED FEES Service fee $7 per credit hour Technology fee $2 per credit hour Student Government Association (SGA) and activity fee $1.50 per credit hour

IN-STATE BUT OUT-OF-DISTRICT RESIDENT Regular rate $60 per credit hour If you’ve established New Mexico residency for tuition purposes* and reside outside the college’s taxing district.** OUT-OF-STATE RESIDENT Regular rate $143.00 per credit hour If you’re taking more than six credits per semester and have not established New Mexico residency for tuition purposes.* Note: Effective Fall 2017, there is no longer a waiver of out-of-state tuition for non-resident students taking 6 or less credits. All credits are billed at the out-of-state rate of $143.00/credit. SENIOR CITIZENS $5 per credit hour Rates apply to those who are 65 or older, have established New Mexico residency for tuition purposes* and are enrolled for 10 or fewer credits per semester. Applies on a space-available basis. If you are taking more than 10 credits per semester, state law requires that you be charged the applicable full rate for ALL credits. ARMED FORCES Members of the U.S. Armed Forces, their spouses, dependent children and members of the armed forces of a foreign country assigned to active duty in New Mexico may qualify for in-state rates. For information, call the Welcome and Advising Center at 505-428-1270.

ADDITIONAL COURSE/PROGRAM FEES Distance education fee $25 per credit/ $75 maximum per online course Laboratory, program designated course fees noted and supply fees in the class listing OTHER FEES Payment plan set-up fee (nonrefundable) $15 Bounced Payment/Chargeback fee $20 Facility fee $100 Fitness Education Center passes one visit $8 monthly pass $50 Fitness Education Center locker rental $10 Student Studio rental $100 Damage deposit $75 (refundable upon inspection at end of semester) GED test fee (each test) $20 admin fee $10 admin fee at time of test $10 online test fee $20 HiSET test fee $15 proctor fee $8 Student ID card replacement fee $10 Replacement diploma $10 Third-party proctoring (per testing session) $25

*Minimum residency for in-state rates is 12 consecutive months. If you moved here from another state, your residency status for tuition purposes does not change automatically — you must submit an in-state residency application and provide proof you have established residency, by the required deadline, to the Welcome and Advising Center. For information, call 505-428-1270. ** The college’s taxing district matches the Santa Fe Public School District. In addition to Santa Fe, it includes Glorieta, Madrid, Cerrillos, Lamy, La Cienega, Galisteo and Tesuque.

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PAYMENT OPTIONS IN FULL

WITH FINANCIAL AID

If you are paying by cash, money order, personal check, credit card or debit card, you may pay in person at the Cashier’s Office during business hours (see Page 9) or call 505-428-1211 to pay by credit or debit card.

THROUGH YOUR EMPLOYER OR THIRD-PARTY SPONSOR

AVOID THE LINES! Pay online with a bank checking/savings account or debit/ credit card. Log in to MySFCC, select the “Pay Online,” button at the top of the screen and follow the prompts.

Complete all your financial aid paperwork early by visiting the Financial Aid Office. For more information about financial aid, see Page 18.

Payment Plans are available until census date of course term. See Registration and Payment Deadlines on Page 14.

You may authorize a third party (an employer, government agency, etc.) to make payments on your behalf online at www.sfcc.edu/cashiers. A purchase order or letter of intent from the employer should be submitted to the Cashier’s Office and received before tuition payment deadlines (see Page 14). Students may purchase books if indicated on the purchase order or letter of intent. Books will be available two weeks before classes begin through the third week of classes. Mail to SFCC Cashier’s Office, 6401 Richards Ave., Santa Fe, NM 87508-4887. For information, call 505-428-1871.

HOW IT WORKS A nonrefundable $15 set-up fee is required.

FOR SCHEDULE CHANGES

PAYMENT PLAN

Payment plans allow students to pay tuition, fees and books in monthly installments. Payment plans can be set up through MySFCC, select “Registration Tools,” click on Payment Plans” and follow the prompts.

SUMMER Down payment 40% of total cost by the first payment deadline. Must have a minimum balance of $175 to set up. Fee (nonrefundable) $15 Monthly installments 2

Additional charges incurred due to changes you make during the add/drop period are due the day you make those changes unless you have made arrangements through the Financial Aid Office or submitted a letter or purchase order from your third-party sponsor covering the charges.

After the first deadline Down payment 50% of total cost until census date. Must have a minimum balance of $200 to set up. Fee (nonrefundable) $15 Monthly installments 1 FALL/SPRING Down payment 25% of total cost until census date. Must have a minimum balance of $140 to set-up. Fee (nonrefundable) $15 Monthly installments 3 Reward: Once your payment plan is set up, you can purchase books, up to $500, at the SFCC Bookstore.

www.sfcc.edu/foundation SFCC Foundation scholarships allow students to reach for rewarding career opportunities.You can be part of our students’ transformation by giving a donation in any amount to SFCC Foundation.

If your down payment for your payment plan bounces, you will be disenrolled form the payment plan and dropped from your classes.

DONATE Donate online at www.sfcc.edu/give-now or mail a check made to SFCC Foundation, Room 111, 6401 Richards Avenue, Santa Fe NM 87508.

LEARN MORE For information, including payment plan set-up and deadlines, visit www.sfcc.edu/cashier or call 505-428-1211.

For more information, contact SFCC Foundation’s Executive Director Deborah Boldt at 505-428-1855 or deborah.boldt@sfcc.edu.

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REFUNDS To receive a refund of tuition and related charges, you must drop a course by the deadline date (see Page 13). Refunds for courses paid online will be credited to the same credit card used online to make the payment (cannot refund debit cards). For all forms of payment (credit/debit card, cash or check) made in person or on the phone, a refund check will be mailed to the address on record. New online services offer e-refund. Get it deposited automatically into your bank account. Eligible refunds for amounts paid by a third party will be refunded to that party. Allow three to four weeks for processing. If you are receiving financial aid and drop a class after it has started, you will be required to repay federal funds. Check with the Financial Aid Office.

AVOID DELINQUENT ACCOUNTS A delinquent account will cause denial of privileges and services offered by the college and its affiliates, including but not limited to the New Mexico Educational Assistance Foundation. The following services will be withheld for a delinquent account: • Registration • Readmission • Transcripts • Deferred payment plan participation • Child-care services • Student accessibility services (tutoring, ADA assistance, etc.) and • Locker rentals.

NOTE: If you registered for both summer and fall and have credits in the summer term, those credits will be applied to any outstanding charges for the fall term.

All account balances, including graduation fees, must be paid in full before students are allowed to graduate.

REFUND SCHEDULE

Balances not paid in full by the end of term will be sent to collections.

You will be refunded tuition and related charges according to the following schedule, based on the date of your online transaction or the date that the Welcome and Advising Center receives your written notice to drop your course(s). The class week runs Monday through Sunday. For full-semester courses (16 weeks) Through the third Friday of the semester 100% Thereafter no refund For courses 10 to 15 weeks Through the end of the third week of classes 100% Thereafter no refund For courses six to nine weeks Through the end of the second week of classes 100% Thereafter no refund

SUPPLIES BOOKSTORE

You can purchase books and school supplies at the SFCC Bookstore. There is a limited number of books stocked based on previous sales history. Books are sold on a first-come, first-served bases. There is no guarantee books will be in stock if you wait until the first week of classes to purchase. The bookstore will submit a special order when it has run out of a particular book. Personal checks, Discover, MasterCard,VISA and debit cards (ATM cards) are accepted (see Page 9). for open hours. NOTE: Visit www.sfcc.edu/bookstore for information about textbook requirements for your class.

For courses one to five weeks Through the end of the second class 100% Thereafter no refund For courses less than one week Prior to the start of the first class Thereafter

100% no refund

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TO APPLY FOR ANY TYPE OF FINANCIAL AID,

YOU MUST FILE A FREE APPLICATION FOR FEDERAL STUDENT AID (FAFSA). File the FAFSA as early as possible — in English or en español — www.fafsa.ed.gov. For information, call the Financial Aid Office at 505-428-1268, visit www.sfcc.edu/financial_aid or email financialaid@sfcc.edu. You must use your SFCC email and include your student ID number. If you cannot access your SFCC e-mail, contact the Technology Service Desk at 505-428-1222. If you are applying for financial aid, complete and submit all required paperwork to the Financial Aid Office at least three weeks in advance of the payment deadline dates to avoid disenrollment (see Page 14 for deadlines). If you are unable to meet the three-week deadline, make payment arrangements to hold your classes while your financial aid is being processed.

FINANCIAL AID ELIGIBILITY AND REQUIREMENTS MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS You must: • Complete a FAFSA. • Have a high school diploma or GED/equivalency. • Enroll in at least six credit hours at SFCC. • Meet with a member of the Welcome and Advising Center staff to declare a major. • Maintain satisfactory academic progress. • NOT be receiving financial aid from another educational institution during the same semester.

HOW TO APPLY FOR FINANCIAL AID

Most forms of financial aid require the completion of the FAFSA. All students must use the data retrieval tool to import tax information directly from the IRS. Completing a FAFSA allows SFCC to determine the amount of financial aid you may be eligible to receive. You will need: • Your Social Security number. • Your driver’s license (if any). • The previous year’s W-2 forms and other income records for yourself. • The previous year’s federal income tax returns for yourself, your spouse (if you are married) and/or your parents (if you are a dependent student younger than 24 years old). • Your current bank statements. • Current business and investment income information; business and farm records; stocks, bonds and other investment records for yourself. • Your alien registration or permanent residence card (if you are not a U.S. citizen).

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TYPES OF FINANCIAL AID • SFCC Foundation Scholarships • Federal Grants • State Grants • Direct Subsidized Loans • Work Study (on-campus jobs) • Legislative Lottery Scholarship • Road to Success Scholarship • SFCC Institutional Scholarship • External Scholarships • Student Employment • Direct Unsubsidized Loans

Grants are offered to eligible students who demonstrate financial need. Need is determined by the information you provide on your FAFSA. These funds do not need to be repaid. Loans — funds that must be repaid with interest — are based on various financial criteria. Loans are provided through federal sources. For more information, visit www.sfcc.edu/financial_aid/loans. Scholarships are similar to grants in that they don’t need to be repaid. Some scholarships cover the cost of tuition, while others may help pay for the cost of books and other expenses. FAFSA completion, New Mexico residency, financial need and certain grade point averages may be required. For more information about scholarships, visit www.sfcc.edu/financial_aid/scholarships. On-Campus Student Employment is available for eligible students who meet minimum requirements. There are many advantages to working on campus.You may work up to 20 hours a week and be paid at the local minimum wage. Jobs are limited so apply early. Payment Plans are offered by SFCC to eligible students upon request. See Page 16. Spring 2020 I SFCC Schedule of Credit Classes


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SCHOLARSHIPS HOW DO I QUALIFY FOR A SCHOLARSHIP? Complete an SFCC online scholarship application at www.sfcc.edu/financial_aid, a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.FAFSA.ed.gov, and submit any additional required documentation to the Financial Aid Office. Scholarship applications will now be open year round. WHAT IS THE DEADLINE TO APPLY FOR A SCHOLARSHIP AT SFCC? The application period for scholarships for the 2019-20 academic year will remain open until July 1, 2020. Scholarships will be awarded based on available funding. Students can apply for scholarships with the Foundation scholarships at www.sfcc.edu/financial_aid. WHAT WILL A SCHOLARSHIP COVER? Many scholarships cover the cost of tuition, and some may cover the cost of books and other expenses. There are many different kinds of scholarships, and we encourage you to visit www.sfcc.edu/financial_aid to find the one that’s right for you. DO I NEED HIGH GRADES TO QUALIFY FOR A SCHOLARSHIP? Most scholarships require a minimum cumulative and semester grade point average of 2.5. Full descriptions are available at www.sfcc.edu/financial_aid. WHAT ABOUT THE LOTTERY? New Mexico Legislative Lottery Scholarships are offered to New Mexico residents who have recently graduated from a New Mexico public, accredited private, parochial or BIA high school or have earned the New Mexico GED/high school equivalency, HiSET. Students must complete one qualifying semester at a New Mexico public college or university and maintain full-time enrollment and a cumulative GPA of 2.5. For more information, call 505-428-1268. Students with documented disabilities may be eligible to enroll less than full time. For more information, contact Student Accessibility Services at 505-428-1186 or 505-428-1455.

WHAT IF I CAN’T AFFORD THAT FIRST QUALIFYING SEMESTER? Road to Success Tuition Scholarships are for full-time students who enroll in college immediately after graduating from an accredited New Mexico high school or GED/high school equivalency, HiSET program, contingent on availability of funds. This scholarship assists with tuition costs during the first semester while students are qualifying for the New Mexico Legislative Lottery Scholarship, which cannot begin until their second semester. Students with documented disabilities may be eligible to enroll less than full time. For more information, contact Student Accessibility Services at 505-428-1186 or 505-428-1455. OTHER CAMPUS-BASED SCHOLARSHIPS SFCC Tuition Scholarships are awarded to continuing students enrolled full or part time. These scholarships may require demonstrated financial need. A minimum cumulative and semester GPA of 2.5 is required. Amounts vary based on enrollment. For more information, contact the Financial Aid Office at 505-428-1268. SFCC Foundation Tuition and Book Scholarships are awarded to continuing students. Applicants may be full- or part-time students. Financial need must be documented and a minimum cumulative and term GPA of 2.50 is required. Scholarships for international students are also available on a limited basis through SFCC Foundation. For more information, contact the Financial Aid Office at 505-428-1268.

SCHOLARSHIPS AT SFCC MAY REQUIRE: • New Mexico residency • Filing of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) • Demonstrated financial need • A degree declared in the Welcome and Advising Center • Half-time enrollment status • Satisfactory academic progress. For information, visit www.sfcc.edu/financial_aid, call 505-428-1268, stop by the Financial Aid Office in the Welcome and Advising Center, Room 202 or email financialaid@sfcc.edu.

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20 MYSFCC AND OTHER STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES

MYSFCC

MySFCC is SFCC’s web portal that’s a fast and easy way for SFCC students, faculty and staff to communicate.

WHAT DOES MYSFCC OFFER? MYSFCC ACCOUNT GIVES YOU: • A free SFCC email address and Office 365 ProPlus • Information about your class schedules, grades, financial aid information and status • Online access to the library. WITH MYSFCC YOU CAN: • Register for classes • Change your class options (audit, add, drop) • Pay for your classes by credit card • Learn about upcoming events and deadlines • Get information about your class and messages from your instructor • Link to Canvas. Once you’re in MySFCC, you’ll see a student tab to explore the resources that are available to you or use the Launchpad.

STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES WORKING TOGETHER FOR YOUR SUCCESS There are many free services at SFCC to help you achieve your academic goals. Visit the STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES link at www.sfcc.edu. Student Support Offices: • Career Services • Counseling • Library • Office of the Registrar • Student Accessibility Services • Student Development • Testing Center • TRiO • Tutoring Center • Veterans Resource Center

505-428-1920 505-428-1406 505-428-1940 505-428-1352 505-428-1267 505-428-1711 505-428-1665 505-428-1625 505-428-1364 505-428-1260 505-428-1350

HOW DO I GET STARTED WITH MYSFCC? NEW STUDENTS New students need to complete an SFCC admissions form in order to log in. Go to www.sfcc.edu and click on “Future Students” then “Apply and Register Info” and follow the instructions. Once your enrollment application has been accepted, you’ll be assigned your MySFCC username.Visit my.sfcc.edu and click on “First Time Users” to claim your account. RETURNING STUDENTS Returning students can log in to MySFCC with your user name and password. If you have trouble accessing your account use the “Forgot Username” and “Reset Password” links at my.sfcc.edu.

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NOTE: Students are required to use their SFCC assigned email account for all SFCC communication. Your SFCC email account may be accessed by logging into my.sfcc.edu and clicking on the Outlook link in the portal Launchpad. If you are having trouble getting your MySFCC account or email, call the Office of Information Technology at 505-428-1222 or visit Room 528.

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SECURITY REPORT, EMERGENCY ALERTS AND MAPS 21

SECURITY REPORT

EMERGENCY ALERTS

The comprehensive Annual Security Report contains information related to law enforcement authority and practices of Campus Safety and Security, incident reporting procedures for students and employees, and policies that have been used in preparing this report. The report may be accessed at www.sfcc.edu/offices/safety-security.

All SFCC students are automatically enrolled in the college’s emergency and weather notifications system, SFCC Alert. Through this system you will receive official notifications by email (and by text if you provided a mobile phone number at registration). To customize your notification method(s), go to www.sfcc.edu/sfcc-alert.

You can receive a hard copy of the report by sending a request to: Safety and Security, Room 101 Santa Fe Community College 6401 Richards Avenue Santa Fe, NM 87508

Notifications are also posted at www.sfcc.edu, on SFCC’s official social media accounts and are sent to local newspapers, television and radio stations. If you are not registered for classes but are interested in receiving notifications, you may enroll in SFCC Alert at no cost. Click the Register button on www.sfcc.edu/sfcc-alert.

NOTE: For more information contact the Safety and Security Office at 505-428-1224.

MAPS SFCC MAIN CAMPUS AND THE SANTA FE HIGHER EDUCATION CENTER Find these and more maps at www.sfcc.edu/maps. The city’s Santa Fe Trails buses provide weekday service to and from SFCC and the HEC. For information, visit www.santafenm.gov. Bike trails can be found at santafempo.org/documents/bikeways-map.

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SANTA FE COMMUNITY COLLEGE

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ONLINE COURSES AND PROGRAMS ACROSS THE STATE. NEW MEXICO SUN ONLINE Powered by WICHE: Online Course Exchange New Mexico SUN Online is a statewide course-sharing system that provides New Mexico students from participating colleges and universities greater access to quality online courses and programs. Through this system, students have the opportunity to take classes from other institutions in the state that articulate their programs of study, while remaining enrolled in their home institution.

Colleges benefit with less duplication of courses, resources and programs and employers benefit with increased responsiveness and reduced time-to-market for local and regional training needs. An online course catalog with all courses shared by participating institutions is at www.wiche-ice.org/new/sun. For more information, call the SFCC’s SUN Online coordintaor at 505-428-1300.

NOTE: All credit courses, regardless of delivery method (accelerated, online, lecture,

laboratory, clinical, directed study, honors, hybrid or blended, independent study, internship or externship, practicum) shall meet the learning outcomes defined in their master syllabus and require a minimum of student work for the credit hours granted as defined by the Credit Hour Definition.

TYPE OF COURSE

On-Ground Blended (or Hybrid) Online with required on-ground component Online

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DESCRIPTION

100% in person No more than 75% is online 76-99% online 100% online; proctored testing may be required

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ONLINE CLASSES

SFCC OFFERS A VARIETY OF ONLINE CLASSES • 100% Web-based classes (designated “D” sections) allow you to complete all of your coursework online without meeting face-to-face. An orientation meeting may be required. • Blended (or Hybrid) courses (designated “B” sections) include a predetermined number of face-to-face meetings in addition to required online coursework. • Instructors have the option to incorporate an online component in any course. Students may be required to access material online for face-to-face courses.

Online classes cover the same material as their on-campus equivalents, but your work is done using a computer and Canvas, SFCC’s online course management system. Online classes require computer literacy and internet skills, self-discipline and above-average time management skills. One must be self-motivated, an independent learner and enjoy communication in the written word. Online classes may take more time than traditional classes. Some instructors have additional requirements for their courses including online chats, online videos and timed or proctored exams. For information about online learning, call 505-428-1166 or email otl@sfcc.edu. REGISTRATION AND FEES The standard registration process applies for online classes, including dates and deadlines.You can register for late-starting classes until the starting date. There is a $25 per credit hour distance learning fee (maximum $75) for each online class; regular tuition and fees also apply. COMPUTER REQUIREMENTS AND SKILLS • Access to a dependable computer. While Canvas is supported on Android and iOS mobile devices, it is optimized for computer desktop displays. • Reliable and stable access to the internet (broadband/ high-speed is highly recommended). • Canvas is built using web standards and runs on Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android, or any other device with a modern web browser. For more details and technical requirements go to community.canvaslms.com/docs/ DOC-10720-67952720329.

Supporting quality online teaching and learning instruction in New Mexico, Santa Fe Community College is an active participant in the New Mexico Quality Matters System. www.sfcc.edu

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES Know when your course begins • Log into the portal at my.sfcc.edu before class begins. Click on the Canvas icon on the left column to access Canvas. • Familiarize using Canvas by looking at the Canvas Orientation link or attending an orientation session. If you are taking a face-to-face course, ask your instructor if Canvas will be used. TEXTBOOKS You can buy textbooks for many of SFCC’s online classes. See Page 9 for bookstore hours. For textbook lookup, go to bookstore.sfcc.edu. For information about textbooks, software and other course requirements, contact your instructor. TECHNICAL SUPPORT Reset your password if necessary on MySFCC or call Technology Services at 505-428-1222. For hours, see Page 9. TUTORING CENTER Free group and one-on-one tutoring for many of SFCC’s online classes is available at the Tutoring Center. For information, visit www.sfcc.edu or call 505-428-1260.

HOW TO USE CANVAS Orientations to Canvas are available in a fully online format. Students can access these tutorials 24/7 to learn how to navigate and use basic Canvas tools. Classroom student orientation is offered during the first week of the beginning of the semester. For questions about Canvas and online courses, contact the Online Teaching and Learning Office at 505-428-1166 or otl@sfcc.edu. Spring 2020 I SFCC Schedule of Credit Classes


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SPRING 2020 COMPLETELY ONLINE CLASSES FULL-SEMESTER (Jan. 20–May 16)

EDUC 2565 D1 30857 Reading For Special Learners

1/20 to 5/16

ACCT 2110 D1 30299 Principles of Accounting I (Financial) 1/20 to 5/16

EDUC 2620 D1 30858 Language Learning and Teaching 1/20 to 5/16

ACCT 2120 D1 30302 Principles of Accounting II (Managerial)

EDUC 2998 D1 30871 Supervised Field Experience

1/20 to 5/16

1/20 to 5/16

EDUC 2998 D2 30872 Supervised Field Experience

1/20 to 5/16

ANTH 1140 D1 30392 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

1/20 to 5/16

EDUC 2998 D3 30873 Supervised Field Experience

1/20 to 5/16

ANTH 2310 D1 30393 Anthropology of Food

1/20 to 5/16

EDUC 2998 D4 30874 Supervised Field Experience

1/20 to 5/16

ARCH 1120 D1 30625 Introduction to Architecture

1/20 to 5/16

ENEF 114 D1

1/20 to 5/16

ARCH 1135 D1 30626 Technical Documentation with AutoCAD I

1/20 to 5/16

ARCH 1150 D1 30627 Interior Design I

1/20 to 5/16

ARCH 1160 D1 30628 Building Information Modeling with Revit II

30281 House as a System

ENGR 260 D1 30937 Mechanical Engineering Design

1/20 to 5/16

ENGL 1110 D1 30403 Composition I

1/20 to 5/16

ENGL 1110 D2 30404 Composition I

1/20 to 5/16

1/20 to 5/16

ENGL 1120 D1 30414 Composition II

1/20 to 5/16

ARTH 2110 D1 30630 History of Art I

1/20 to 5/16

ENGL 1210 D1 30416 Technical Communications

1/20 to 5/16

THEA 1110 D1 30656 Introduction to Theater

1/20 to 5/16

ENGL 2210 D1 30421 Technical and Professional Communication

1/20 to 5/16

ECED 1110 D1 30817 Child Growth, Development, and Learning

1/20 to 5/16

ENGL 2340 D1 30424 Introduction to Creative Nonfiction Writing

1/20 to 5/16

ECED 1120 D1 30823 Guiding Young Children

1/20 to 5/16

EFDA 250 SD1 30075 Restorative Functions

1/20 to 5/16

FASH 150 D1

30056 History of Fashion

1/20 to 5/16

FASH 160 D1

30971 Introduction to Fashion Design

1/20 to 5/16

HLCR 113 D1

30122 Medical Terminology

1/20 to 5/16

HLCR 113 D2

30148 Medical Terminology

1/20 to 5/16

HLCR 131 D1

31051 Home Visitor Training I

1/20 to 5/16

HLCR 132 D1 31052 Home Visitor Training II Specialty Care

1/20 to 5/16

ECED 2255 D1 30835 Curriculum Development-Learning Environment in Early Childhood Education 1/20 to 5/16 ECED 2260 D1 30836 Assessment and Evaluation in Early Childhood Education

1/20 to 5/16

ECED 2270 D1 30837 Early Literacy I-Introduction to Theory and Models

1/20 to 5/16

EDUC 2105 D1 30841 Orientation to the Teaching Profession EDUC 2105 D2 30842 Orientation to the Teaching Profession

1/20 to 5/16 1/20 to 5/16

HLCR 232 SD1 30081 Pathophysiology

1/20 to 5/16

EDUC 2355 D1 30848 Theories of Teaching and Learning 1/20 to 5/16

HIST 1110 D1 30433 United States History I

1/20 to 5/16

EDUC 2355 D2 30849 Theories of Teaching and Learning 1/20 to 5/16

HIST 2110 D1 30436 Survey of New Mexico History

1/20 to 5/16

EDUC 2360 D1 30847 Curriculum and Assessment

1/20 to 5/16

HIST 2120 D1 30437 Survey of Mexican American History 1/20 to 5/16

EDUC 2365 D1 30850 Effective Teaching

1/20 to 5/16

HRMG 240 D1 30241 Hospitality and Tourism Marketing 1/20 to 5/16

EDUC 2370 D1 30851 Reading in the Content Area

1/20 to 5/16

HMSV 1110 D1 30441 Group Dynamics

1/20 to 5/16

EDUC 2420 D1 30853 Teaching Reading for the Elementary Classroom

1/20 to 5/16

SOWK 2110 D1 30440 Introduction to Human Services and Social Work

1/20 to 5/16

EDUC 2430 D1 30854 Fundamentals of Reading Instruction 1/20 to 5/16

HMSV 2212 D1 30445 Effects of Drug Abuse

1/20 to 5/16

EDUC 2430 D2 30855 Fundamentals of Reading Instruction 1/20 to 5/16

HUMN 2150 D1 30451 Media and Gender

1/20 to 5/16

EDUC 2545 D1 30856 Exceptionalities and Placement

1/20 to 5/16

Spring 2020 I SFCC Schedule of Credit Classes

www.sfcc.edu


Online

26 ONLINE CLASSES

ISCS 113 SD1 30068 Introduction to Computer Science 1/20 to 5/16

SHORT-TERM/LATE STARTING

ISCS 115 SD1 30138 Introduction to Web Computing

1/20 to 5/16

ADOB 111 D1

ISCS 120 SD1 30070 Introduction to Programming I

1/20 to 5/16

HRMG 118 D1 30115 Sanitation and Safety

1/20 to 2/14

ISCS 122 SD1 30139 Computer Networks

1/20 to 5/16

ADOB 116 D1

1/20 to 3/14

ISCS 125 SD1 30938 Introduction to Programming II

1/20 to 5/16

BUSA 1110 D1 30308 Introduction to Business

1/20 to 3/14

ISCS 212 SD1 30140 Database Fundamentals

1/20 to 5/16

ENTR 1110 D1 30315 Entrepreneurship

1/20 to 3/14

ISCS 241 SD1 30110 Data Organization and Implementation

1/20 to 5/16

BUSA 2230 D1 30323 Human Relations in Business

1/20 to 3/14

ISCS 271 SD1 30076 Firewalls

1/20 to 5/16

CJUS 1180 D1 30861 Introduction to Cybercrime

1/20 to 3/14

CJUS 1360 D1 30863 Foundations of Professional Investigation

1/20 to 3/14

ISCS 275 SD1 30078 Ethical Hacking and Cyber Ethics 1/20 to 5/16

CJUS 2560 D1 30870 The Law and the Professional Investigator

1/20 to 3/14

MATH 1130 D1 30254 Survey of Mathematics

1/20 to 5/16

ECON 2120 D1 30331 Microeconomic Principles

1/20 to 3/14

MATH 1220 D1 30259 College Algebra

1/20 to 5/16

MATH 1350 D1 30262 Introduction to Statistics

1/20 to 5/16

ENTR 2150 D1 30318 E-Commerce Crowdfunding and Marketing

1/20 to 3/14

FDMA 1515 SD1 30697 Introduction to Digital Image Editing Photoshop

1/20 to 5/16

MAST 210 D1 30031 Medical Office Insurance and Finance

1/20 to 5/16

MAST 235 D1 30184 Pharmacology for Allied Health

1/20 to 5/16

ISCS 273 SD1 30077 Computer and Network Defenses and Countermeasures 1/20 to 5/16

MUSC 1130 D1 30709 Music Appreciation: Western Music 1/20 to 5/16

20795 Adobe Construction Basics

30277 Roof Design and Construction

8/19 to 10/12

HLED 1130 D1 30520 Concepts of Health and Wellness 1/20 to 3/14 HLED 1225 D1 30526 Weight Management and Exercise 1/20 to 3/14 HIST 1150 D1

30430 Western Civilization I

HMSV 2270 D1 30446 Substance Abuse in Families

1/20 to 3/14 1/20 to 3/14

FDMA 1470 SD1 30692 Introduction to Social Media Basics 1/20 to 3/14 NUTR 2110 D1 30528 Human Nutrition

1/20 to 3/14

1/20 to 5/16

BCIS 1110 D1 30336 Fundamentals of Information Literacy and Systems

PHIL 258 D1 30460 Environmental Ethics and Sustainability

1/20 to 3/14

1/20 to 5/16

PHLB 117 D1

1/20 to 3/14

BCIS 1110 D2 30337 Fundamentals of Information Literacy and Systems

1/20 to 5/16

LEGL 240 D1

1/20 to 5/16

NURS 205 D1 30927 Professional Issues in Practical Nursing

30037 Constitutional Law

PHIL 1115 D1 30457 Introduction of Philosophy

1/20 to 5/16

PHIL 2120 D1 30459 Biomedical Ethics

1/20 to 5/16

PSYC 2120 D1 30476 Developmental Psychology

1/20 to 5/16

PSYC 2260 D1 30480 Positive Psychology

1/20 to 5/16

READ 101L D1 30185 Critical Reading Across the Disciplines

30059 Special Practices in Phlebotomy

PSYC 1110 D1 30467 Introduction to Psychology

1/20 to 3/14

PSYC 1110 D2 30468 Introduction to Psychology

1/20 to 3/14

PSYC 2120 D2 30477 Developmental Psychology

1/20 to 3/14

SOCI 1110 D1 30486 Introduction to Sociology

1/20 to 3/14

ENGL 102L D1 30942 Punctuation and Grammar Review 2/3 to 5/16 FDMA 1480 SD1 30672 Contemporary and Postmodern Film 2/3 to 5/16 FDMA 1560 SD1 30673 Screenwriting I

2/3 to 5/16

1/20 to 5/16

FDMA 1640 SD1 30674 Independent Film

2/3 to 5/16

SOCI 2255 D1 30488 Race, Class, and Gender

1/20 to 5/16

MATH 104L D1 31049 Emporium Math Lab

2/3 to 5/16

SOCI 2260 D1 30489 Sociology of Aging

1/20 to 5/16

NUTR 2110 D3 30530 Human Nutrition

2/3 to 5/16

COMM 2120 D1 30503 Interpersonal Communication

1/20 to 5/16

NUTR 2150 D1 30533 Nutrition in Chronic Disease

2/3 to 5/16

COMM 2120 D2 30504 Interpersonal Communication

1/20 to 5/16

NUTR 2160 D1 30535 Culinary Nutrition

2/3 to 5/16

www.sfcc.edu

Spring 2020 I SFCC Schedule of Credit Classes


ONLINE CLASS LISTINGS 27

EDUC 2350 D1 30844 The Critically Reflective Teacher

3/2 to 5/16

HMSV 2250 D1 30447 Counseling Skills for Addiction Professionals

EDUC 2350 D2 30845 The Critically Reflective Teacher

3/2 to 5/16

3/23 to 5/16

EFDA 295B SD1 30380 Dental Infection Control Review

3/23 to 4/5

HMSV 2510 D1 30448 Compassion Fatigue and Secondary Stress Disorder

3/23 to 5/16

ACCT 2220 D1 30311 Computerized Accounting

3/23 to 5/16

FDMA 1475 SD1 30693 Social Media Basics

3/23 to 5/16

ADOB 114 D1

30275 Floor Design and Construction

3/23 to 5/16

NUTR 1120 D1 30916 Dietary Guidelines

3/23 to 5/16

ADOB 115 D1

30276 Finish Practices

3/23 to 5/16

NUTR 2110 D2 30529 Human Nutrition

3/23 to 5/16

BLAW 2110 D1 30322 Business Law I

3/23 to 5/16

NUTR 2130 D1 30531 Nutrition in the Lifecycle

3/23 to 5/16

MGMT 2110 D1 30316 Principles of Management

3/23 to 5/16

NUTR 2140 D1 30532 Community Nutrition

3/23 to 5/16

BUSA 2230 D2 30324 Human Relations in Business

3/23 to 5/16

PHIL 1115 D2

3/23 to 5/16

CJUS 2510 SD1 30868 Law Enforcement Supervision – First Line

3/23 to 5/16

CJUS 2520 SD1 30869 Law Enforcement Supervision – Command Level

30458 Introduction of Philosophy

ARTS 1414 D1 30715 Camera Use and the Art of Seeing 3/23 to 5/16 POLS 2210 D1 30462 New Mexico Government

3/23 to 5/16

3/23 to 5/16

PSYC 1110 D3 30469 Introduction to Psychology

3/23 to 5/16

ECON 2110 D1 30329 Macroeconomic Principles

3/23 to 5/16

PSYC 1110 D4 30470 Introduction to Psychology

3/23 to 5/16

ENEF 111 D1

3/23 to 5/16

PSYC 2120 D3 30478 Developmental Psychology

3/23 to 5/16

ENTR 2130 D1 30319 Finance and Funding for Start-Ups 3/23 to 5/16

SOCI 1110 D2 30487 Introduction to Sociology

3/23 to 5/16

EXSC 2130 D1 30512 IM Lifestyle Change

3/23 to 5/16

EFDA 295C SD1 30381 General Chairside Review

4/13 to 4/26

HLED 1135 D1 30521 Fitness and Wellness

3/23 to 5/16

HLED 1160 D1 30525 Stress Management

3/23 to 5/16

EFDA 296 SD1 30382 Dental Fluoride, Polishing and Sealants Review

4/27 to 5/10

HIST 1160 D1

3/23 to 5/16

30163 Healthy Homes

30431 Western Civilization II

HMSV 1310 D1 30443 Loss, Bereavement, and the Family 3/23 to 5/16

Spring 2020 I SFCC Schedule of Credit Classes

www.sfcc.edu


Listings

28 SPRING 2020 CREDIT CLASS LISTINGS

HOW TO READ A CLASS LISTING Course Request Number (CRN)

Topic Class (see Page 8)

ADCM 101 01 20000 3

Title

TP: Building/Modeling

Meeting Day(s) (M T W R F S U)

Course Length Instructor

Meeting Times

W

10 a.m.-1 p.m.

6/9 to 7/20

16 wks Martinez

$30

Orientation required: June 9, 10 a.m.-1 p.m., Room 603

Course ID Section

Credit Hours

Notes

Shading = Evening or Weekend Course

Short-Term Course Dates

Additional Fee

Section: A number indicates an on-campus course; “B” indicates a course that is half online and half on campus; “D” indicates a fully online course. Instructors have the option to incorporate an online component in any course. Students may be required to access course material online. Credit Short-Term Course Add’l Course ID CRN Hours Title Days Times Course Dates Length Instructor Fee

ACCOUNTING School of Business, Professional Studies and Education, 505-428-1308 ACCT 1220 01 30312 2

Volunteer Tax Training Corequisite: ACCT 1998

S U

ACCT 1998 01 30313 1

Volunteer Tax Preparation Internship Corequisite: ACCT 1220

ARR

2/1 to 4/15

12 wks Hopkins

ACCT 1998 02 30917 1

Volunteer Tax Preparation Internship Corequisite: ACCT 1220

ARR

2/1 to 4/15

12 wks Hopkins

ACCT 2110 01 30297 4

Principles of Accounting I (Financial) M W 12:30-2:15 p.m. Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

16 wks Rodriguez

ACCT 2110 02 30298 4

Principles of Accounting I (Financial) T R 5:30-7:15 p.m. Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

16 wks Hopkins

ACCT 2110 D1 30299 4

Principles of Accounting I (Financial) WEB Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl; assessments to be taken at official testing site

16 wks Rodriguez

ACCT 2115 01 30309 3

Survey of Accounting

16 wks Quintana

ACCT 2120 B1 30300 4

Principles of Accounting II (Managerial) W 5:30-7:15 p.m. 16 wks Hopkins Prerequisite: ACCT 2110; web-blended course; class meets on campus Wednesday beginning Jan. 22; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

ACCT 2120 B2 30301 4

Principles of Accounting II (Managerial) R 8:30-10:15 a.m. 16 wks Rodriguez Prerequisite: ACCT 121; web blended course; class meets on campus Thursdays, beginning Jan. 23; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

ACCT 2120 D1 30302 4

Principles of Accounting II (Managerial) WEB 16 wks Dye Prerequisite: ACCT 121; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl; assessments to be taken at official testing site

ACCT 2130 B1 30306 4

Introduction to Intermediate Accounting I M 5:30-7:15 p.m. 16 wks Cooke Prerequisite: ACCT 122 or ACCT 2110; web blended course; class meets on campus Mondays, beginning Jan. 27; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

ACCT 2170 B1 30310 3

Payroll Accounting R 5:30-6:45 p.m. 16 wks Cooke Prerequisites: ACCT 2115 or ACCT 2110; web-blended course; class meets on campus Thursdays beginning Jan. 23; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

ACCT 2220 D1 30311 3

Computerized Accounting WEB 3/23 to 5/16 8 wks Rodriguez $75 Prerequisite: ACCT 2115 or ACCT 2110; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

M

9 a.m.-1 p.m.

1/18 to 1/25 2 wks

5:30-8 p.m.

Hopkins

Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu

$75

$75


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Course ID

Credit CRN Hours Title

Days

Times

Short-Term Course Course Dates Length Instructor

Add’l Fee

ADOBE CONSTRUCTION

School of Trades, Advanced Technologies and Sustainability, 505-428-1295 ADOB 114 D1 30275 3

Floor Design and Construction WEB 3/23 to 5/16 8 wks Internet access required; web account available March 23; for information visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

Gardella

$75

ADOB 115 D1 30276 3

Finish Practices WEB 3/23 to 5/16 8 wks Internet access required; web account available March 23; for information visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

Gardella

$75

ADOB 116 D1 30277 3

Roof Design and Construction WEB 1/20 to 3/14 8 wks Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

Gardella

$75

ALTERNATIVE FUELS

School of Trades, Advanced Technologies and Sustainability, 505-428-1295 ALTF 221 01 30146 4

Biofuels II Prerequisite: ALTF 121

T R

ALTF 261 01 30278 3

Advanced Algae Cultivation M W Prerequisite: ALTF 161 or permission, call 505-428-1295

ALTF 298 01 30160 3

Biofuels Internship

9 a.m.-1 p.m.

3/23 to 5/16 8 wks

3-5 p.m.

2/3 to 5/16

ARR

Spangenburg

14 wks Gomez

$100 $50

16 wks Staff

AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION COURSE

School of Sciences, Health, Engineering and Math, 505-428-1722 HLED 1110 01 30349 0.5 American Heart Association Heartsaver® First Aid and CPR/AED

F

9 a.m.-3:15 p.m.

1/24 to 1/24 1 day

Staff

$50

HLED 1110 02 30350 0.5 American Heart Association Heartsaver® First Aid and CPR/AED

S

9 a.m.-3:15 p.m.

2/8 to 2/8

1 day

Staff

$50

HLED 1110 03 30351 0.5 American Heart Association Heartsaver® First Aid and CPR/AED

S

9 a.m.-3:15 p.m.

3/7 to 3/7

1 day

Staff

$50

HLED 1110 04 30352 0.5 American Heart Association Heartsaver® First Aid and CPR/AED

F

9 a.m.-3:15 p.m.

5/8 to 5/8

1 day

Staff

$50

AHAC 151 01 30353 0.5 Basic Life Support For Healthcare Providers S

9 a.m.-3:15 p.m.

1/25 to 1/25 1 day

Staff

$30

AHAC 151 02 30354 0.5 Basic Life Support For Healthcare Providers F

9 a.m.-3:15 p.m.

1/31 to 1/31 1 day

Staff

$30

AHAC 151 03 30355 0.5 Basic Life Support For Healthcare Providers S

9 a.m.-3:15 p.m.

2/1 to 2/1

1 day

Staff

$30

AHAC 151 04 30356 0.5 Basic Life Support For Healthcare Providers F

9 a.m.-3:15 p.m.

2/7 to 2/7

1 day

Staff

$30

AHAC 151 05 30357 0.5 Basic Life Support For Healthcare Providers F

9 a.m.-3:15 p.m.

2/14 to 2/14 1 day

Staff

$30

AHAC 151 06 30358 0.5 Basic Life Support For Healthcare Providers F

9 a.m.-3:15 p.m.

2/21 to 2/21 1 day

Staff

$30

AHAC 151 07 30359 0.5 Basic Life Support For Healthcare Providers S

9 a.m.-3:15 p.m.

2/22 to 2/22 1 day

Staff

$30

AHAC 151 08 30360 0.5 Basic Life Support For Healthcare Providers F

9 a.m.-3:15 p.m.

2/28 to 2/28 1 day

Staff

$30

AHAC 151 09 30361 0.5 Basic Life Support For Healthcare Providers F

9 a.m.-3:15 p.m.

3/13 to 3/13 1 day

Staff

$30

AHAC 151 10 30362 0.5 Basic Life Support For Healthcare Providers S

9 a.m.-3:15 p.m.

3/14 to 3/14 1 day

Staff

$30

AHAC 151 11 30363 0.5 Basic Life Support For Healthcare Providers F

9 a.m.-3:15 p.m.

3/27 to 3/27 1 day

Staff

$30

AHAC 151 12 30364 0.5 Basic Life Support For Healthcare Providers S

9 a.m.-3:15 p.m.

3/28 to 3/28 1 day

Staff

$30

AHAC 151 13 30365 0.5 Basic Life Support For Healthcare Providers S

9 a.m.-3:15 p.m.

4/4 to 4/4

1 day

Staff

$30

AHAC 151 14 30366 0.5 Basic Life Support For Healthcare Providers F

9 a.m.-3:15 p.m.

4/17 to 4/17 1 day

Staff

$30

Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu


Listings

30 SPRING 2020 CREDIT CLASS LISTINGS Course ID

Credit CRN Hours Title

Times

Short-Term Course Course Dates Length Instructor

Add’l Fee

AHAC 151 15 30367 0.5 Basic Life Support For Healthcare Providers F

9 a.m.-3:15 p.m.

4/24 to 4/24 1 day

Staff

$30

AHAC 151 16 30368 0.5 Basic Life Support For Healthcare Providers S

9 a.m.-3:15 p.m.

4/25 to 4/25 1 day

Staff

$30

AHAC 151 17 30369 0.5 Basic Life Support For Healthcare Providers S

9 a.m.-3:15 p.m.

5/2 to 5/2

1 day

Staff

$30

AHAC 151 18 30370 0.5 Basic Life Support For Healthcare Providers S

9 a.m.-3:15 p.m.

5/9 to 5/9

1 day

Staff

$30

Days

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE School of Liberal Arts, 505-428-1722 SIGN 1110 01 30383 4

American Sign Language I

M W

5:30-7:30 p.m.

16 wks Staff

SIGN 1110 02 30384 4

American Sign Language I

T R

10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

16 wks Staff

SIGN 1110 03 30385 4

American Sign Language I

T R

2:30-4:30 p.m.

16 wks Vinson

SIGN 1120 01 30386 4

American Sign Language II

T R

2:30-4:30 p.m.

16 wks Rutland

SIGN 1130 01 30387 3

Introduction to Deaf Studies Prerequisite: SIGN 1110

T R

1-2:15 p.m.

16 wks Rutland

SIGN 2110 01 30940 4

American Sign Language III Prerequisite: SIGN 1120

M W

5:30-7:30 p.m.

16 wks Heinze

SIGN 2120 01 30388 4

American Sign Language IV Prerequisite: SIGN 2110

M W

1:30-3:30 p.m.

16 wks Rutland

SIGN 2135 01 30389 3

ASL Classifiers, Fingerspelling and Numbers M W Prerequisite: SIGN 2110

10-11:15 a.m.

16 wks Rutland

ANTHROPOLOGY School of Liberal Arts, 505-428-1722 ANTH 1140 01 30391 3

Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

T R

10-11:15 a.m.

16 wks Martinez

ANTH 1140 D1 30392 3

Introduction to Cultural Anthropology WEB 16 wks McGrath Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

ANTH 2170 01 30394 3

Human Evolutionary Biology M W 5:30-6:45 p.m. Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; Corequisite: ANTH 2170L

16 wks Nail

ANTH 2170L 01 30395 1

Human Evolutionary Biology Lab M 7-8:15 p.m. Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; Corequisite: ANTH 2170

16 wks Nail

ANTH 2310 D1 30393 3

Anthropology of Food WEB 16 wks McGrath Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

$75

ARABIC School of Liberal Arts, 505-428-1722 ARBC 1120 01 30396 4

Arabic II Prerequisite: ARBC 1110

M W

5:30-7:15 p.m.

16 wks Staff

ARCHITECTURE School of Arts, Design and Media Arts, 505-428-1731 ARCH 1120 D1 30625 3

Introduction to Architecture WEB Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

16 wks Mier

$75

ARCH 1135 D1 30626 3

Technical Documentation with AutoCAD I WEB Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

16 wks Mier

$75

ARCH 1150 D1 30627 3

Interior Design I WEB Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

16 wks Staff

$75

Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu


CREDIT CLASS LISTINGS SPRING 2020 31

Course ID

Credit CRN Hours Title

ARCH 1160 D1 30628 3

Days

Times

Short-Term Course Course Dates Length Instructor

Building Information Modeling with Revit II WEB 16 wks Staff Prerequisite: ARCH 1140; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

Add’l Fee $75

ART HISTORY School of Arts, Design and Media Arts, 505-428-1731 ARTH 2110 01 30629 3

History of Art I M 11:30 a.m.-2:15 p.m. Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Bailey

ARTH 2110 D1 30630 3

History of Art I WEB 16 wks Towers Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

ARTH 2120 01 30631 3

History of Art II W 11:30 a.m.-2:15 p.m. 16 wks Bailey Prerequisites: ARTH 2110 and ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required, web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

ART STUDIO School of Arts, Design and Media Arts, 505-428-1731 ARTS 1142L 01 30635 3

Creative Expression

W

3-8:15 p.m.

16 wks Calhoun

$35

ARTS 1220 01 30634 3

Art Practices I

T R

9-11:30 a.m.

16 wks Lynch

$35

ARTS 1250 01 30633 3

Design II

M W

3-5:30 p.m.

16 wks Johnson

$35

ARTS 2115L 01 30636 3 Arts and Design Advanced Projects: Printmaking

W

3-8:15 p.m.

16 wks Pearce

$45

ARTS 2115L 02 30637 3 Arts and Design Advanced Projects: Lithography

F

9 a.m.-2:15 p.m.

16 wks Easterbrook

$45

ARTS 2115L 04 30983 3

Arts and Design Advanced Projects: Silk Screen

W

9 a.m.-2 p.m.

16 wks Staff

$45

ARTS 2116 01 30639 3

Major Projects

M

3-7 p.m.

16 wks Catron

$25

ARTS 2116 02 30959 3

Major Projects

F

10 a.m.-2 p.m.

16 wks Hunt

$25

ARTS 2998 01 30986 2

Arts and Design Internship ARR Permission required, call 505-428-1358; for Fashion Design students

2/3 to 5/16

14 wks Estes

ARTS 2998 02 30987 3

Arts and Design Internship ARR Permission required, call 505-428-1358; for Photography students

2/3 to 5/16

14 wks Wilson

ASTRONOMY School of Sciences, Health, Engineering and Math, 505-428-1754 ASTR 1115C 01 30270 4

Introduction to Astronomy M W 5:30-8 p.m. Prerequisite: ENGL 109 and MATH 101 or appropriate placement scores, see Page 11

16 wks Truitt

$20

ASTR 1115C 02 30934 4

Introduction to Astronomy M W 2:30-5 p.m. Prerequisite: ENGL 109 and MATH 101 or appropriate placement scores, see Page 11

16 wks Truitt

$20

$90

AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY

School of Trades, Advanced Technologies and Sustainability, 505-428-1295 ATEC 119L 01 30097 4

Automotive Heating and Air M W 9 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Conditioning Systems Prerequisite: ATEC 116L; Corequisite: ATEC 130L; class meets at HEC

16 wks Staff

ATEC 125 01 30273 3

Automotive Management

16 wks Staff

ATEC 130L 01 30161 2

On-Board Diagnostic System II M W 5:30-7:15 p.m. 1/20 to 3/14 16 wks Staff Prerequisite: ATEC 116L; Corequisite: ATEC 119L; permission required, call 505-428-1295; class meets at HEC

T R

4:30-6 p.m.

Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu


Listings

32 SPRING 2020 CREDIT CLASS LISTINGS Course ID

Credit CRN Hours Title

Days

Times

Short-Term Course Course Dates Length Instructor

Add’l Fee

ATEC 165 B1 30180 3

Alternative Fuel Vehicles S 9 a.m.-noon 1/20 to 3/14 16 wks Staff $75 Prerequisites: ATEC 116L and ATEC 150L; web-blended course; class meets at HEC on Saturdays beginning Jan. 26; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

ATEC 200L 01 30162 4

Electrical Electronics II M W Prerequisite: ATEC 116L; class meets at HEC

1-4:15 p.m.

1/20 to 3/14 16 wks Staff

$75

ATEC 201L 01 30274 4

Computer System Management II T R Prerequisite: ATEC 150L; class meets at HEC

5-8:30 p.m.

1/20 to 3/14 16 wks Staff

$75

ATEC 206L 01 30112 4

Manual Transmission and Differential T R Prerequisite: ATEC 116L; class meets at HEC

9 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

1/20 to 3/14 16 wks Staff

$75

ATEC 208L 01 30113 4

Automatic Transmission T R 1-4:15 p.m. Transaxle Differential Prerequisite: ATEC 116L and ATEC 150L; class meets at HEC

1/20 to 3/14 16 wks Staff

$75

BIOLOGY School of Sciences, Health, Engineering and Math, 505-428-1754 BIOL 1110 01 30271 3

General Biology M W 1-2:15 p.m. Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or MATH 102 or appropriate placement scores, see Page 11

BIOL 1110L 01 30272 1

General Biology Lab W 2:30-5 p.m. 16 wks Chodosh Prerequisite: ENGL 109 and MATH 102 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; Corequisite: BIOL 1110L

BIOL 1140 01 30763 3

Biology for Health Sciences T R 4-5:15 p.m. 16 wks Gannes Prerequisite: ENGL 109 and MATH 102 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; Corequisite: BIOL 1140L 02

BIOL 1140 02 30764 3

Biology for Health Sciences M W 8-9:15 a.m. 16 wks Milner Prerequisite: ENGL 109 and MATH 102 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; Corequisite: BIOL 1140L 01

BIOL 1140L 01 30765 1

Biology for Health Sciences Lab Corequisite: BIOL 1140 02

F

8-10:30 a.m.

16 wks Milner

$20

BIOL 1140L 02 30766 1

Biology for Health Sciences Lab Corequisite: BIOL 1140 01

T

5:30-8 p.m.

16 wks Gannes

$20

BIOL 1215 01 30935 3

Biology for Environmental Sciences T R 1-2:15 p.m. 16 wks Chodosh Prerequisite: ENGL 109 and MATH 101 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; Corequisite: BIOL 1215L

BIOL 1215L 01 30936 1

Biology for Environmental Sciences Lab Corequisite: BIOL 1215

BIOL 2110 01 30767 3

Principles of Biology: Cell and M W 8:30-9:45 a.m. 16 wks Hunter Molecular Biology Prerequisites: CHEM 1120 or CHEM 1215 and ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; Corequisite: BIOL 2110L

BIOL 2110L 01 30768 1

Principles of Biology: Cellular and Molecular Lab Corequisite: BIOL 2110

BIOL 2210 01 30773 3

Human Anatomy and Physiology I T R 5:30-6:45 p.m. 16 wks Hunter Prerequisites: BIOL 1140 and BIOL 1140L or BIOL 2110 and BIOL 2110L and CHEM 1120 and CHEM 1120L or CHEM 1215 and CHEM 1215L; Corequisite: BIOL 2210L

BIOL 2210L 01 30774 1

Human Anatomy and Physiology I Lab T 2:30-5 p.m. 16 wks Hunter Prerequisites: BIOL 1140 and BIOL 1140L or BIOL 2110 and BIOL 2110L and CHEM 1120 and CHEM 1120L or CHEM 1215 and CHEM 1215L; Corequisite: BIOL 2210

BIOL 2225 01 30776 3

Human Anatomy and Physiology II M W 11:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m. 16 wks Milner Prerequisites: BIOL 1140 and BIOL 1140L or BIOL 2110 and BIOL 2110L and CHEM 1120 and CHEM 1120L or CHEM 1215 and CHEM 1215L and BIOL 2210 and BIOL 2210L; Corequisite: BIOL 2225L

R

M

2:30-5 p.m.

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

16 wks Chodosh

16 wks Chodosh

16 wks Hunter

Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu

$20

$20

$20

$30


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Course ID

Credit CRN Hours Title

Days

Times

Short-Term Course Course Dates Length Instructor

Add’l Fee

BIOL 2225L 01 30777 1

Human Anatomy and Physiology II Lab M W 10-11:15 a.m. 16 wks Milner Prerequisites: BIOL 1140 and BIOL 1140L or BIOL 2110 and BIOL 2110L and CHEM 1120 and CHEM 1120L or CHEM 1215 and CHEM 1215L and BIOL 2210 and BIOL 2210L; Corequisite: BIOL 2225

BIOL 2310 01 30771 3

Microbiology T R 8-9:15 a.m. 16 wks Milner Prerequisites: BIOL 1140 and BIOL 1140L or BIOL 2110 and BIOL 2110L and CHEM 1120 and CHEM 1120L or CHEM 1215 and CHEM 1215L and BIOL 2210 and BIOL 2210L; Corequisite: BIOL 2310L

BIOL 2310L 01 30772 1

Microbiology Lab T R 9:30-10:45 a.m. 16 wks Milner Prerequisites: BIOL 1140 and BIOL 1140L or BIOL 2110 and BIOL 2110L and CHEM 1120 and CHEM 1120L or CHEM 1215 and CHEM 1215L and BIOL 2210 and BIOL 2210L; Corequisite: BIOL 2310

BIOL 2410 01 30769 3

Principles of Biology: Genetics T R 11:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m. 16 wks Hunter Prerequisite: BIOL 2110 and BIOL 2110L and CHEM 1120 and CHEM 1120L or CHEM 1215 and CHEM 1215L and ENGL 109; Corequisite: BIOL 2410L

BIOL 2410L 01 30770 1

Principles of Biology: Genetics Laboratory T Corequisite: BIOL 2410

1-3:30 p.m.

16 wks Gannes

$30

$30

$20

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION

School of Trades, Advanced Technologies and Sustainability, 505-428-1295 BLDG 111 01 30074 3

Construction Industry Workplace Health and Safety

M W F

1-2:45 p.m.

16 wks Montoya

BLDG 112 01 30175 4

Building Systems

M W

9-10:45 a.m.

16 wks Montoya

BLDG 115 02 30151 3

Trades Mathematics

W

8:30 a.m.-noon

16 wks Masterson

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

School of Business, Professional Studies and Education, 505-428-1308 BFIN 2110 01 30326 3

Introduction to Finance T 5:30-8 p.m. Prerequisite: ACCT 2115 or ACCT 2130; class will meet at HEC

16 wks Herlihy

BLAW 2110 B1 30321 3

Business Law I R 2:30-5 p.m. 1/20 to 3/14 8 wks Archuleta Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; web-blended course; class meets on campus Thursdays beginning Jan. 23; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

BLAW 2110 D1 30322 3

Business Law I WEB 3/23 to 5/16 8 wks Staff Prerequisite: ENGL 109; internet access required; web account available March 23; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

BUSA 1110 B1 30307 3

Introduction to Business T 2:30-5 p.m. 3/23 to 5/16 8 wks McKittrick Web blended course; class meets on campus Tuesdays, beginning March 24; internet access required; web account available March 23; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

BUSA 1110 D1 30308 3

Introduction to Business WEB 1/20 to 3/14 8 wks Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

Rodriguez

$75

BUSA 2230 D1 30323 3

Human Relations in Business WEB 1/20 to 3/14 8 wks Stobnicke Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

BUSA 2230 D2 30324 3

Human Relations in Business WEB 3/23 to 5/16 8 wks Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available March 23; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

BUSA 2460 B1 30327 3

Business Ethics M 4-5:15 p.m. 16 wks McKittrick Prerequisite: ENGL 109; web-blended course; class meets on campus Mondays beginning Jan. 28; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

Roybal

Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu

$75


Listings

34 SPRING 2020 CREDIT CLASS LISTINGS Course ID

Credit CRN Hours Title

Days

Times

Short-Term Course Course Dates Length Instructor

Add’l Fee

ENTR 1110 B1 30314 3

Entrepreneurship W 11:30 a.m.-2:15 p.m. 3/23 to 5/16 8 wks Web-blended course; class meets on campus Wednesdays, beginning March 25; internet access required; web account available March 23; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

Maglisceau

ENTR 1110 D1 30315 3

Entrepreneurship WEB 1/20 to 3/14 8 wks Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

O’Shea

MGMT 2110 01 30317 3

Principles of Management R 5:30-8 p.m. Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

MGMT 2110 D1 30316 3

Principles of Management WEB 3/23 to 5/16 8 wks Internet access required; web account available March 23; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

MKTG 2110 B1 30325 3

Principles of Marketing F 9-11:30 a.m. 1/20 to 3/14 8 wks Uhring Prerequisite: ENGL 109; web-blended course; class meets on campus Fridays beginning Jan. 24; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

16 wks Reede McKittrick

$75

CERAMICS School of Arts, Design and Media Arts, 505-428-1731 ARTS 1312L 01 30645 2

Micaceous Pottery I

F

9 a.m.-4:20 p.m.

3/23 to 5/16 8 wks

Rawlings

$70

ARTS 1312L 02 30960 2

Micaceous Pottery I

F

9 a.m.-4:20 p.m.

1/20 to 3/14 8 wks

Rawlings

$70

ARTS 1315L 01 30641 3

Ceramics: Wheel Throwing

M W

8:30-11 a.m.

16 wks Donalson

$70

ARTS 1315L 02 30642 3

Ceramics: Wheel Throwing

T R

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

16 wks Hunt

$70

ARTS 1315L 03 30961 3

Ceramics: Wheel Throwing

M W

6-8:30 p.m.

16 wks Johnson

$70

ARTS 1340 01 30640 3

Functional Ceramics I

T R

2:30-5 p.m.

16 wks Beyeler

$70

ARTS 2313L 01 30649 3

Ceramics: Integrative Projects M W Prerequisite: ARTS 1330 or ARTS 1315L or ARTS 1312L

11:30 a.m.-2 p.m.

16 wks Donalson

$70

ARTS 2313L 02 30650 3

Ceramics: Integrative Projects M W Prerequisite: ARTS 1330 or ARTS 1315L or ARTS 1312L

2:30-5 p.m.

16 wks Marshall

$70

ARTS 2313L 03 30651 3

Ceramics: Integrative Projects

T R

6-8:30 p.m.

16 wks Scala

$70

ARTS 2315L 01 30647 3

Ceramics: Wheel Throwing II

T R

1:30-4 p.m.

16 wks Hunt

$70

ARTS 2315L 02 30962 3

Ceramics: Wheel Throwing II

M W

11:30 a.m.-2 p.m.

16 wks Marshall

$70

ARTS 2322 01 30963 3

Ceramics: Clay Handbuilding II Prerequisite: ARTS 1330

T R

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

16 wks Marshall

$70

CHEMISTRY School of Sciences, Health, Engineering and Math, 505-428-1754 CHEM 1120 01 30778 3

Introduction to Chemistry T R 1-2:15 p.m. 16 wks Saleh Prerequisites: ENGL 109 and MATH 102 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; Corequisite: CHEM 1120L 01

CHEM 1120 02 30779 3

Introduction to Chemistry M W 11:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m. 16 wks Saleh Prerequisites: ENGL 109 and MATH 102 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; Corequisite: CHEM 1120L 02

CHEM 1120 03 30780 3

Introduction to Chemistry T R 10-11:15 a.m. 16 wks Staff Prerequisites: ENGL 109 and MATH 102 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; Corequisite: CHEM 1120L 03

CHEM 1120 04 30781 3

Introduction to Chemistry T R 11:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m. 16 wks Saleh Prerequisites: ENGL 109 and MATH 102 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; Corequisite: CHEM 1120L 04

CHEM 1120L 01 30782 1

Introduction to Chemistry Lab Corequisite: CHEM 1120 01

T

2:30-5 p.m.

16 wks Staff

$20

CHEM 1120L 02 30783 1

Introduction to Chemistry Lab Corequisite: CHEM 1120 02

W

1-3:30 p.m.

16 wks Staff

$20

Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu


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Course ID

Credit CRN Hours Title

Days

Times

Short-Term Course Course Dates Length Instructor

Add’l Fee

CHEM 1120L 03 30784 1

Introduction to Chemistry Lab Corequisite: CHEM 1120 03

F

9:15-11:55 a.m.

16 wks Staff

$20

CHEM 1120L 04 30785 1

Introduction to Chemistry Lab Corequisite: CHEM 1120 04

R

1-3:30 p.m.

16 wks Staff

$20

CHEM 1215 01 30786 3

General Chemistry I for STEM Majors M W Prerequisite: MATH 1220; Corequisite: CHEM 1215L 01

10-11:15 a.m.

16 wks Staff

CHEM 1215 02 30788 3

General Chemistry I for STEM Majors T R Prerequisite: MATH 1220; Corequisite: CHEM 1215L 02

5:30-6:45 p.m.

16 wks Saleh

CHEM 1215L 01 30787 1

General Chemistry I Laboratory M for STEM Majors Prerequisite: MATH 1220; Corequisite: CHEM 1215 01

11:30 a.m.-2 p.m.

16 wks Staff

$20

CHEM 1215L 02 30789 1

General Chemistry I Laboratory T for STEM Majors Prerequisite: MATH 1220; Corequisite: CHEM 1215 02

7-9:30 p.m.

16 wks Staff

$20

CHEM 1225 01 30790 3

General Chemistry II for STEM Majors T R Prerequisite: CHEM 1215; Corequisite: CHEM 1225L

10-11:15 a.m.

16 wks Saleh

CHEM 1225L 01 30791 1

General Chemistry II Laboratory for STEM Majors Corequisite: CHEM 1225

11:30 a.m.-2 p.m.

16 wks Staff

T

$20

CHINESE School of Liberal Arts, 505-428-1722 CHIN 1145L 01 30398 1

Chinese Language Lab

ARR

16 wks Chavez Hunt

CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE

School of Trades, Advanced Technologies and Sustainability, 505-428-1295 GRHS 127 01 30051 4

Hydroponic Crop Production M W 8:30-11 a.m. Prerequisites: GRHS 121 and GRHS 123 and GRHS 125; permission required, call 505-428-1941

16 wks Shultz

$100

GRHS 127 02 30279 4

Hydroponic Crop Production M W 5:30-8 p.m. Prerequisites: GRHS 121 and GRHS 123 and GRHS 125; permission required, call 505-428-1941

16 wks Staff

$100

GRHS 132L 01 30134 1

Introduction to CEA Operational Procedures M W

16 wks Shultz

$25

GRHS 221 01 30052 4

Aquaponics T R 9-11:30 a.m. Prerequisites: GRHS 121 and GRHS 123 and GRHS 125; permission required, call 505-428-1941

16 wks Shultz

$100

GRHS 221 02 30280 4

Aquaponics T R 3-5:30 p.m. Prerequisites: GGRHS 121 and GRHS 123 and GRHS 125; permission required, call 505-428-1941

16 wks Staff

$100

GRHS 247L 01 30182 2

TP: Greenhouse Production System Installation Permission required, call 505-428-1941

F

16 wks Casas Cordero

GRHS 298 01 30114 2

Greenhouse Internship

ARR

16 wks Shultz

GRHS 298 02 30167 3

Greenhouse Internship

ARR

16 wks Shultz

11:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m.

9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

$50

CRIMINAL JUSTICE School of Business, Professional Studies and Education, 505-428-1308 CJUS 1110 B1 30860 3

Introduction to Criminal Justice R 10-11:15 a.m. 3/23 to 5/16 8 wks Trujillo Web-blended course; class meets on campus Thursdays, beginning March 26; internet access required; web account available March 23, for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu


Listings

36 SPRING 2020 CREDIT CLASS LISTINGS Course ID

Credit CRN Hours Title

Days

Times

Short-Term Course Course Dates Length Instructor Nugent

Add’l Fee

CJUS 1180 D1 30861 3

Introduction to Cybercrime WEB 1/20 to 3/14 8 wks Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21, for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

CJUS 1190 B1 30862 3

Introduction to Protective Services T 5:30-8:15 p.m. 1/20 to 3/14 8 wks Villegas Web-blended course; class meets on campus Tuesdays, beginning Jan. 21; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21, for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl; permission required, call 505-428-1689; class meets at Santa Fe Police Department, 2515 Camino Entrada

CJUS 1360 D1 30863 3

Foundations of Professional Investigation WEB 1/20 to 3/14 8 wks Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21, for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

CJUS 2150 B1 30864 3

Corrections System W 4-5:15 p.m. 3/23 to 5/16 8 wks Villegas Web-blended course; class meets on campus Wednesdays, beginning March 25; internet access required; web account available March 23, for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

CJUS 2230 B1 30865 3

Introduction to Death Investigation M 2:30-4:15 p.m. 2/3 to 5/16 14 wks Archuleta Prerequisite: CJUS 1110; web-blended course; class meets on campus Mondays, beginning Feb. 3; internet access required; web account available Feb. 3, for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

CJUS 2240 B1 30866 3

Investigative Surveillance M 10-11:15 a.m. 2/17 to 5/16 12 wks Archuleta Web-blended course; class meets on campus Mondays, beginning Feb. 3; internet access required; web account available Feb. 3, for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

CJUS 2265 B1 30867 4

Forensic Science II R 5:30-8:15 p.m. 16 wks Nugent Web-blended course; class meets on campus Thursdays, beginning Jan. 23; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21, for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

CJUS 2510 SD1 30868 3

Law Enforcement Supervision-First Line WEB 3/23 to 5/16 8 wks Internet access required; web account available March 23, for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

Trujillo

$75

CJUS 2520 SD1 30869 3

Law Enforcement Supervision- WEB 3/23 to 5/16 8 wks Command Level Internet access required; web account available March 23, for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

Trujillo

$75

CJUS 2560 D1 30870 3

The Law and the Professional Investigator WEB 1/20 to 3/14 8 wks Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21, for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

Archuleta

$75

Trujillo

$75

$75

CULINARY ARTS School of Business, Professional Studies and Education, 505-428-1308 CULA 111 B1 30875 2

Introduction to Culinary Arts T R 9 a.m.-1:45 p.m. 1/21 to 1/31 2 wks Mares Web-blended course; class meets on campus Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning Jan. 21; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

CULA 113 01 30886 2

Basic Baking Skills Prerequisites: CULA 111 and HRMG 118

M T W R

8:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m.

2/3 to 2/20

3 wks

Mares

$75

CULA 113 02 30887 2

Basic Baking Skills Prerequisite: CULA 115

M T W R

8:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m.

2/24 to 3/12 3 wks

Mares

$75

CULA 114 01 30890 4

Commercial Baking

M T W R

1-5 p.m.

3/23 to 4/16 4 wks

Deaton

$75

CULA 115 01 30876 3

Culinary Skills Prerequisites: CULA 111 and HRMG 118

M T W R

9 a.m.-1 p.m.

2/3 to 2/27

4 wks

Staff

$75

CULA 151 01 30877 3

Intermediate Culinary Skills Prerequisite: CULA 115

M T W R

9 a.m.-1 p.m.

3/2 to 4/2

4 wks

Staff

$75

CULA 212 01 30918 2

Advanced Baking Techniques Prerequisite: CULA 212

M T W R

8:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m.

CULA 215 01 30922 4

Advanced Food and Beverage Service Prerequisite: CULA 265

M W

2-6:45 p.m.

16 wks Deaton

2/24 to 4/22 8 wks

Dakan

Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu

$75 $75


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Course ID

Credit CRN Hours Title

Days

Times

Short-Term Course Course Dates Length Instructor

Add’l Fee

CULA 216L 01 30881 1

French Cuisine

F S

9 a.m.-3:15 p.m.

1/24 to 2/1

2 wks

Taylor

$25

CULA 229L 01 30880 1

Jewish Food

F S

9 a.m.-3:15 p.m.

2/21 to 2/29 2 wks

Taylor

$12

CULA 232L 01 30888 1

Cake Making M T W R F Prerequisite: CULA 113 or permission, call 505-428-1414

8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

3/23 to 3/27 1 wk

Nitschke

$25

CULA 233L 01 30889 1

Cake Decorating M T W R F 8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Prerequisite: CULA 232L or permission, call 505-428-1414

3/30 to 4/3

Nitschke

$25

CULA 234L 01 30893 1

Chocolate and Sugar Workshop M T W R F Prerequisite: CULA 113 or permission, call 505-428-1414

1-5 p.m.

4/20 to 4/24 1 wk

Deaton

$25

CULA 235L 01 30891 1

The Plated Dessert

M T W

8:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m.

4/6 to 4/15

2 wks

Nitschke

$25

CULA 250 01 30892 4

Pastry Presentation and Display Prerequisite: CULA 235L

M T W

8:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m.

4/20 to 5/13 4 wks

Nitschke

$75

CULA 251 01 30883 4

Restaurant Concept R 2-4:30 p.m. 16 wks Dakan $75 Prerequisite: CULA 151 or ENGL 1110; web-blended course; class meets on campus Thursdays beginning Jan. 23; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

CULA 256L 01 30882 1

History of Spices

F S

9 a.m.-3:15 p.m.

4/17 to 4/25 2 wks

Wheeler

CULA 257L 01 30879 1

Fundamentals of Meat Fabrication and Butchery

F S

9 a.m.-3:15 p.m.

2/7 to 2/15

2 wks

Staff

$35

CULA 265 01 30878 3

Advanced Culinary Skills Prerequisite: CULA 115

M T W R

9 a.m.-1 p.m.

4/6 to 4/30

4 wks

Dakan

$75

CULA 293 01 30884 3

Culinary Cafe Practicum Prerequisite: CULA 151

ARR

16 wks Mares

CULA 298 01 30885 1

Culinary Internship Prerequisite: CULA 151

ARR

16 wks Mares

1 wk

DANCE School of Arts, Design and Media Arts, 505-428-1731 DANC 1150 01 30652 1

Modern Dance I

M W

1-1:50 p.m.

16 wks Pacheco

$100

DANC 1155 01 30653 1

Hip-Hop Dance

F

9:30-11:15 a.m.

16 wks Anderson-Lorenzo $100

DANC 1165 01 30654 1

Beginning Belly Dance

R

2:30-4:15 p.m.

16 wks Newberg

DANC 2140 01 30655 1

Flamenco II

W

3-4:45 p.m.

16 wks Shibata Valle

$100 $25

DENTAL ASSISTING School of Sciences, Health, Engineering and Math, 505-428-1258 DAST 131 01 30012 3

Dental Sciences II M W 11:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m. 16 wks Dharmagadda Web-blended course; class meets on campus Wednesdays beginning Jan. 23; internet access required; web account available Jan. 22; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl; permission required, call 505-428-1258

DAST 131L 01 30099 1

Dental Sciences II Lab Permission required, call 505-428-1258

DAST 131L 02 30100 1

Dental Sciences II Lab W 8:30-10:15 a.m. Prerequisite: DAST 124; Corequisite: DAST 131; permission required, call 505-428-1258

16 wks Rubio

$75

DAST 131L 03 30126 1

Dental Sciences II Lab F 8-10:30 a.m. Prerequisite: DAST 124; Corequisite: DAST 131; permission required, call 505-428-1258

16 wks Martinez

$75

DAST 133 B1 30013 2

Dental Practice Management F 11:30 a.m.-1:15 p.m. 16 wks Martinez Talavera Web-blended course; class meets on campus Thursdays beginning Jan. 24; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl; permission required, call 505-428-1258

M

8:30-10:15 a.m.

16 wks Martinez Talavera $75

Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu


Listings

38 SPRING 2020 CREDIT CLASS LISTINGS Course ID

Credit CRN Hours Title

Days

Times

Short-Term Course Course Dates Length Instructor

Add’l Fee

DAST 134 B1 30019 2

Clinical Procedures II T 11:30 a.m.-1:15 p.m. 16 wks Nayyar Prerequisite: DAST 125; Corequisite: DAST 134L; web-blended course; class meets on campus Tuesdays beginning Jan. 21; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl; permission required, call 505-428-1258

DAST 134L 01 30027 2

Clinical Procedures II Lab M W 1-2:45 p.m. Prerequisite: DAST 125L; Corequisite: DAST 134; permission required, call 505-428-1258

16 wks Martinez Talavera $75

DAST 134L 02 30028 2

Clinical Procedures II Lab T R 1:30-3:15 p.m. Prerequisite: DAST 125L; Corequisite: DAST 134; permission required, call 505-428-12580

16 wks Martinez Talavera $75

DAST 134L 03 30127 2

Clinical Procedures II Lab T R 8:30-10:15 a.m. Prerequisite: DAST 125L; Corequisite: DAST 134; permission required, call 505-428-1258

16 wks Martinez Talavera $75

DAST 193 01 30009 2

Dental Clinical Practicum I Permission required, call 505-428-1258

16 wks Martinez Talavera $25

DAST 193 02 30091 2

Dental Clinical Practicum I ARR Prerequisite: DAST 123 and DAST 123L; permission required, call 505-428-1258

16 wks Martinez

$25

DAST 193 03 30128 2

Dental Clinical Practicum I Permission required, call 505-428-1258

16 wks Rubio

$25

DAST 222 01 30014 2

Community Dental Health R 11:30 a.m.-1:15 p.m. 16 wks Nayyar Web-blended course; class meets on campus Thursdays beginning Jan. 23; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl; permission required, call 505-428-1258

ARR

ARR

DRAMA School of Arts, Design and Media Arts, 505-428-1731 THEA 1110 D1 30656 3

Introduction to Theater WEB Internet access required; web account available on Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

16 wks Larlee

$75

DRAWING/PAINTING School of Arts, Design and Media Arts, 505-428-1731 ARTS 1610 01 30657 3

Drawing I

M W

9:30 a.m.-noon

16 wks Tolbert

$45

ARTS 1610 02 30659 3

Drawing I

M W

5:30-8 p.m.

16 wks Richards

$45

ARTS 1610 03 30660 3

Drawing I

T R

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

16 wks Rosenfeld

$45

ARTS 1610 04 30661 3

Drawing I

T

9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.

16 wks Sengupta

$45

ARTS 1610 05 30965 3

Drawing I

R

10 a.m.-3 p.m.

16 wks Voltsinger

$45

ARTS 1620 01 30966 3

Life Drawing I Prerequisite: ARTS 2610 or DPRT 219L

M

9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.

16 wks Jackson

$95

ARTS 1630 01 30662 3

Painting I Prerequisite: ARTS 1610 or DPRT 219L

M

noon-5 p.m.

16 wks Rosenfeld

$45

ARTS 1630 02 30663 3

Painting I Prerequisite: ARTS 1610 or DPRT 118L

S

10 a.m.-3 p.m.

16 wks Voltsinger

$45

ARTS 1640 01 30664 3

Watercolor I Prerequisite: ARTS 1610 or DPRT 118L

R

1-6 p.m.

16 wks Weiss

$45

ARTS 2610 01 30665 3

Drawing II Prerequisite: ARTS 1610 or DPRT 118L

T

2-7:30 p.m.

14 wks Rosenfeld

$55

ARTS 2610 02 30666 3

Drawing II Prerequisite: ARTS 1610 or DPRT 118L

F

10 a.m.-3 p.m.

16 wks Voltsinger

$55

ARTS 2612L 01 30967 3

Illustration I Prerequisite: ARTS 2610 or DPRT 219L

T R

4:15-6:45 p.m.

16 wks Loturco Gorian

$45

2/3 to 5/16

Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu


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Course ID

Credit CRN Hours Title

Days

Times

Short-Term Course Course Dates Length Instructor

Add’l Fee

ARTS 2614L 01 31119 3

Drawing/Painting Advanced Projects Prerequisite: ARTS 1630 or DRPT 121L

W

noon-5 p.m.

16 wks Staff

$55

ARTS 2620 01 30968 3

Life Drawing II Prerequisite: ARTS 1620 or DPRT 221L

F

10 a.m.-3 p.m.

16 wks Weiss

$70

ARTS 2630 01 30668 3

Painting II Prerequisite: ARTS 1630 or DPRT 121L

T

9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.

16 wks Weiss

$55

ARTS 2640 01 30969 3

Watercolor II Prerequisite: ARTS 1640 or DPRT 130L

W

9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.

16 wks Jackson

$55

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

School of Business, Professional Studies and Education, 505-428-1256 ECED 1110 D1 30817 3

Child Growth, Development, and Learning WEB 16 wks Fernandez Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

ECED 1110 SP1 30818 3

Child Growth, Development, and Learning T 5:30-8:15 p.m. Permission required, call 505-428-1749; course taught in Spanish

16 wks De Dios Grillo

ECED 1115 01 30819 2

Health, Safety, and Nutrition W 5:30-7:15 p.m. Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Fresquez

ECED 1115 SP1 30820 2

Health, Safety, and Nutrition R 5:30-7:15 p.m. Permission required, call 505-1749; course taught in Spanish

16 wks Jaramillo

ECED 1120 D1 30823 3

Guiding Young Children WEB 16 wks Norton Prerequisites: ECED 1110 and ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

ECED 1120 SP1 30824 3

Guiding Young Children T 5:30-8:15 p.m. Prerequisite: ECED 1110; permission required; call 505-428-1749; course taught in Spanish

16 wks Contreras

ECED 1125 01 30825 3

Assessment of Children and Evaluation of Programs Prerequisite: ECED 1110

M

5:30-8:15 p.m.

16 wks Jaramillo

ECED 1130 01 30821 3

Family and Community Collaboration Prerequisite: ECED 1110

T

5:30-8:15 p.m.

16 wks Fernandez

ECED 1130 SP1 30822 3

Family and Community Collaboration R 5:30-8:15 p.m. Prerequisite: ECED 1110; permission required, call 505-428-1749; course taught in Spanish

16 wks Contreras

ECED 1998 SP1 30827 2

Childhood Development Field Experience R 5:30-7:15 p.m. Prerequisite: ECED 1110; permission required, call 505-428-1749

16 wks Portillo Castillo

ECED 2110 SP1 30828 2

Professionalism M 5:30-7:15 p.m. Prerequisite: ECED 1110; permission required, call 505-428-1749; course taught in Spanish

16 wks Contreras

ECED 2115 01 30829 3

Introduction to Language, Literacy, and Reading Prerequisite: ECED 1110

16 wks Voit

ECED 2115 SP1 30831 3

Introduction to Language, Literacy, W 5:30-8:15 p.m. and Reading Prerequisite: ECED 1110; permission required, call 505-428-1749; course taught in Spanish

16 wks Contreras

ECED 2130 01 30832 3

Curriculum Development and T Implementation Age 3 (PreK) through Grade 3 Prerequisites: ECED 1110 and ECED 1125

16 wks Newman

T

5:30-8:15 p.m.

5:30-8:15 p.m.

Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu

$75

$75


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40 SPRING 2020 CREDIT CLASS LISTINGS Course ID

Credit CRN Hours Title

Days

Times

Short-Term Course Course Dates Length Instructor

Add’l Fee

ECED 2131 01 30833 2

Curriculum Development and ARR Implementation Age 3 (PreK) through Grade 3 Practicum Prerequisite: ECED 1110; Corequisite: ECED 2130

16 wks Newman

ECED 2131 02 30834 2

Curriculum Development and ARR Implementation Age 3 (PreK) through Grade 3 Practicum Prerequisite: ECED 1110; Corequisite: ECED 2130

16 wks Newman

ECED 2255 D1 30835 3

Curriculum Development - Learning WEB 16 wks Fernandez $75 Environment in Early Childhood Education Prerequisite: EDUC 2115 and ECED 1110; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

ECED 2260 D1 30836 3

Assessment and Evaluation in Early WEB 16 wks Norton $75 Childhood Education Prerequisite: EDUC 2115 and ECED 1110; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

ECED 2270 D1 30837 3

Early Literacy I – Introduction to WEB 16 wks Larrieu $75 Theory & Models Prerequisite: EDUC 2115 and ECED 1110; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

ECONOMICS School of Business, Professional Studies and Education, 505-428-1308 ECON 2110 B1 30328 3

Macroeconomic Principles M W 10-11:15 a.m. 1/20 to 3/14 8 wks Herlihy Prerequisite: MATH 102; web-blended course; class meets on campus Mondays and Wednesdays beginning Jan. 22; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

ECON 2110 D1 30329 3

Macroeconomic Principles WEB 3/23 to 5/16 8 wks Herlihy Prerequisite: MATH 102; internet access required; web account available Mar. 23; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

ECON 2120 B1 30330 3

Microeconomic Principles M W 10-11:15 a.m. 3/23 to 5/16 8 wks McKittrick Prerequisite: MATH 102; web-blended course; class meets on campus Mondays and Wednesdays beginning March 23; internet access required; web account available March 23; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

ECON 2120 D1 30331 3

Microeconomic Principles WEB 1/20 to 3/14 8 wks McKittrick Prerequisite: MATH 102; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

$75

EDUCATION FOUNDATIONS

School of Business, Professional Studies and Education, 505-428-1256 EDUC 1120 01 30838 3

Introduction to Education M 5:30-8:15 p.m. Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; Corequisite: EDUC 1190

16 wks DePew

EDUC 1190 01 30839 1

Field-based Teaching Observations Corequisite: EDUC 1120

ARR

16 wks DePew

EDUC 2105 01 30840 1

Orientation to the Teaching Profession Permission required, call 505-428-1256

W

16 wks Piper

EDUC 2105 D1 30841 1

Orientation to the Teaching Profession WEB 16 wks Johnson $25 Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl; permission required, call 505-428-1256

EDUC 2105 D2 30842 1

Orientation to the Teaching Profession WEB 16 wks Johnson $25 Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl; permission required, call 505-428-1256

EDUC 2350 01 30843 2

The Critically Reflective Teacher Prerequisite: EDUC 2105

EDUC 2350 D1 30844 2

The Critically Reflective Teacher WEB 3/2 to 5/16 10 wks Carthy Prerequisite: EDUC 2105; internet access required; web account available March 2; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$50

EDUC 2350 D2 30845 2

The Critically Reflective Teacher WEB 3/2 to 5/16 10 wks Miller Prerequisite: EDUC 2105; internet access required; web account available March 2; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$50

W

5:30-8:15 p.m.

5:30-8:15 p.m.

3/2 to 5/16

10 wks DeGiulio

Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu


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Course ID

Credit CRN Hours Title

Short-Term Course Course Dates Length Instructor

Days

Times

M

5:30-8:15 p.m.

Add’l Fee

EDUC 2355 01 30846 3

Theories of Teaching and Learning Prerequisite: EDUC 2350

EDUC 2355 D1 30848 3

Theories of Teaching and Learning WEB 16 wks Carthy Prerequisite: EDUC 2350; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

EDUC 2355 D2 30849 3

Theories of Teaching and Learning WEB 16 wks Miller Prerequisite: EDUC 2350; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

EDUC 2360 01 30919 3

Curriculum and Assessment Prerequisite: EDUC 2350

EDUC 2360 D1 30847 3

Curriculum and Assessment WEB 16 wks Johnson Prerequisite: EDUC 2350; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

EDUC 2365 01 30920 3

Effective Teaching Prerequisite: EDUC 2350

EDUC 2365 D1 30850 3

Effective Teaching WEB 16 wks Esquibel Prerequisite: EDUC 2350; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

EDUC 2370 D1 30851 3

Reading in the Content Area WEB 16 wks Esquibel Prerequisite: EDUC 2350; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

EDUC 2375 01 30852 3

Technology Integration in the Classroom W 5:30-8:15 p.m. Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

W

R

5:30-8:15 p.m.

5:30-8:15 p.m.

16 wks Miller

16 wks DePew $75

16 wks Staff

16 wks Maestas

EDUC 2420 D1 30853 3 Teaching Reading for the Elementary WEB 16 wks Hille Classroom Prerequisite: EDUC 2350; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

EDUC 2430 D1 30854 3

Fundamentals of Reading Instruction WEB 16 wks Archibald Prerequisite: EDUC 2350; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

EDUC 2430 D2 30855 3

Fundamentals of Reading Instruction WEB 16 wks Miller Prerequisite: EDUC 2350; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

EDUC 2545 D1 30856 3

Exceptionalities and Placement WEB 16 wks Vogt $75 Prerequisite: EDUC 2350 and EDUC 2430; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

EDUC 2565 D1 30857 3

Reading For Special Learners WEB 16 wks Vogt Prerequisite: EDUC 2350; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

EDUC 2620 D1 30858 3

Language Learning and Teaching WEB 16 wks DeGiulio $75 Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl; permission required, 505-428-1240

EDUC 2625 01 30859 3

Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages Permission required, call 505-428-1240

T

5:30-8:15 p.m.

16 wks DeGiulio

EDUC 2998 01 30921 3

Supervised Field Experience Permission required, call 505-428-1240

R

5:30-8:15 p.m.

16 wks DeGiulio

EDUC 2998 D1 30871 3

Supervised Field Experience WEB 16 wks Wrenn $75 Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl; permission required, call 505-428-1240

EDUC 2998 D2 30872 3

Supervised Field Experience WEB 16 wks Hille $75 Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl; permission required, call 505-428-1240

EDUC 2998 D3 30873 3

Supervised Field Experience WEB 16 wks Piper $75 Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl; permission required, call 505-428-1240

EDUC 2998 D4 30874 3

Supervised Field Experience WEB 16 wks Johnson $75 Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl; permission required, call 505-428-1240

Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu

$75


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42 SPRING 2020 CREDIT CLASS LISTINGS Course ID

Credit CRN Hours Title

Days

Times

Short-Term Course Course Dates Length Instructor

Add’l Fee

ELECTRONICS School of Trades, Advanced Technologies and Sustainability, 505-428-1295 ELEC 111 01 30043 4

Electronic Fundamentals T R 10 a.m.-noon Prerequisite: MATH 102 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Alexandrescu

EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES INSTITUTION

School of Sciences, Health, Engineering and Math, 505-428-1722 EMSI 160 01 30168 8

EMT–Basic M W F 5:30-8 p.m. 16 wks Staff Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; Corequisites: EMSI 160 and EMSI 160L; must be 18 to enroll; vaccinations and permission required, call 505-428-1820

EMSI 160L 01 30169 3

EMT–Basic Lab M W F 8:15-9:40 p.m. 16 wks Staff Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; Corequisites: EMSI 160 and EMSI 160L; must be 18 to enroll; vaccinations and permission required, call 505-428-1820

EMSI 161L 01 30130 1

EMT–Basic Clinical ARR 16 wks Stenzel Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; Corequisites: EMSI 160 and EMSI 160L; must be 18 to enroll; vaccinations and permission required, call 505-428-1820

EMSI 161L 02 30131 1

EMT–Basic Clinical ARR 16 wks Stenzel Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; Corequisites: EMSI 160 and EMSI 160L; must be 18 to enroll; vaccinations and permission required, call 505-428-1820

EMSI 220 01 30170 6

Advanced EMT T R 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. 16 wks Staff Corequisites: EMSI 220L and EMSI 221L; must be 18 to enroll; vaccinations required, call 505-428-1820

EMSI 220L 01 30171 4

Advanced EMT Lab T R 1-3:30 p.m. 16 wks Staff Corequisites: EMSI 220 and EMSI 221L; must be 18 to enroll; EMT licensure and permission required, call 505-428-1820

EMSI 221L 01 30143 3

Advanced EMT Clinical ARR 16 wks Staff Corequisites: EMSI 220 and EMSI 220L; must be 18 to enroll; vaccinations and permission required, call 505-428-1820

EMSI 221L 02 30172 3

Advanced EMT Clinical

ARR

EMSI 240 01 30371 4

Anatomy and Physiology for EMS

M W F

8:30 a.m.-12:20 p.m.

1/22 to 2/19 5 wks

Staff

EMSI 240L 01 30372 2

Anatomy and Physiology for EMS Lab

M W F

1-5 p.m.

1/22 to 2/19 5 wks

Staff

EMSI 242 01 30373 3

Pre-Hospital Pharmacology

M W F

8:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

2/21 to 3/25 4 wks

Staff

EMSI 242L 01 30374 2

Pre-Hospital Pharmacology Lab

M W F

12:45-5:45 p.m.

2/21 to 3/25 4 wks

Staff

EMSI 243 01 30375 2

Respiratory Emergencies

M W F

8:30-11:30 a.m.

3/27 to 4/20 4 wks

Staff

EMSI 243L 01 30376 2

Respiratory Emergencies Lab

M W F

noon-5:45 p.m.

3/27 to 4/20 4 wks

Staff

EMSI 246L 01 30132 2

Paramedic Clinical I ARR Permission and admission to paramedic program required, call 505-428-1820

16 wks Stenzel

$239

EMSI 246L 02 30133 2

Paramedic Clinical I ARR Permission and admission to paramedic program required, call 505-428-1820

16 wks Stenzel

$239

EMSI 251 01 30377 4

Cardiac Emergencies

M W F

8:30 a.m.-1 p.m.

4/22 to 5/15 4 wks

Staff

EMSI 251L 01 30378 2

Cardiac Emergencies Lab

M W F

1:30-5 p.m.

4/22 to 5/15 4 wks

Staff

$75

Hatherly

$25

$392

$376

16 wks Staff $326 $100 $100

ENERGY EFFICIENCY

School of Trades, Advanced Technologies and Sustainability, 505-428-1295 ENEF 111 D1 30163 1

Healthy Homes WEB 3/23 to 5/16 8 wks Internet access required; web account available March 23; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu


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Course ID

Credit CRN Hours Title

ENEF 114 D1 30281 3

Days

Times

Short-Term Course Course Dates Length Instructor

House as a System WEB Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

16 wks Eckman

Add’l Fee $75

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGIES

School of Sciences, Health, Engineering and Math, 505-428-1754 ENGR 111 01 30085 3

Introduction to Engineering M W 1-2:15 p.m. Prerequisite: MATH 102 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Maestas

ENGR 121 01 30029 3

Engineering Graphics

M W

11:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m.

16 wks Maestas

$30

ENGR 122 01 30042 3

Engineering Methods Corequisite: Math 150

M W

2:30-3:45 p.m.

16 wks Maestas

$20

ENGR 221 01 30067 3

Engineering Dynamics Prerequisite: ENGR 212

T R

8:30-9:45 a.m.

16 wks Staff

ENGR 222 01 30053 3

Engineering Circuit Analysis T R Prerequisite: MATH 163; Corequisite: ENGR 222L

1-2:15 p.m.

16 wks Staff

ENGR 222L 01 30054 2

Engineering Circuit Analysis Lab Corequisite: ENGR 222

2:30-5 p.m.

16 wks Staff

ENGR 260 D1 30937 2

Mechanical Engineering Design WEB 16 wks Maestas Prerequisite: ENGL 121; Corequisite: ENGR 260L; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

ENGR 260L 01 30101 2

Mechanical Engineering Design Lab T Prerequisite: ENGR 121; Corequisite: ENGR 260

ENGR 298 01 30137 3

Internship Permission required, call 505-428-1315

R

10:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

ARR

16 wks Maestas

$50

$100

16 wks Maestas

ENGLISH School of Liberal Arts, 505-428-1722 ENGL 102L D1 30942 1

Punctuation and Grammar Review WEB 2/3 to 5/16 Internet access required; web account available Feb. 3; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

14 wks Lamden

ENGL 106 01 30943 4

Language Skills: ESL Writing T R 5:30-7:15 p.m. Prerequisite: ENGL 105L or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Lamden

ENGL 107 01 30093 4

Basic Reading and Writing M W 10:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Prerequisite: ENGL 106 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Chodosh

ENGL 107 02 30124 4

Basic Reading and Writing T R 5:30-7:15 p.m. Prerequisite: ENGL 106 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Kittredge

ENGL 108 01 30063 4

English Fundamentals M W 8:30-10:15 a.m. Prerequisites: ENGL 107 and READ 100L or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Smith

ENGL 108 02 30200 4

English Fundamentals M W 5:30-7:15 p.m. Prerequisites: ENGL 107 and READ 100L or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Goldman

ENGL 108 03 30062 4

English Fundamentals T R 12:30-2:15 p.m. Prerequisites: ENGL 107 and READ 100L or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Kittredge

ENGL 108 B1 30944 4

English Fundamentals M 10:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Prerequisites: ENGL 107 and READ 100L or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Moreno

ENGL 108 LC1 30046 4

English Fundamentals T R 9 a.m.-12:15 p.m. 1/20 to 3/14 8 wks Carson Prerequisites: ENGL 107 and READ 100L or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; Corequisite: ENGL 109 LC1, CRN 30047; this is a linked learning community course; for more information, see Page 11

Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu

$25


Listings

44 SPRING 2020 CREDIT CLASS LISTINGS Course ID

Credit CRN Hours Title

Days

Times

Short-Term Course Course Dates Length Instructor

Add’l Fee

ENGL 109 01 30005 4

English Review M W 10:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Prerequisites: ENGL 108 and READ 101L or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Betts

ENGL 109 02 30006 4

English Review T R 10:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Prerequisites: ENGL 108 and READ 101L or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Lamden

ENGL 109 03 30007 4

English Review T R 5:30-7:15 p.m. Prerequisites: ENGL 108 and READ 101L or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Goldman

ENGL 109 B1 30945 4

English Review W 12:30-2:15 p.m. Prerequisites: ENGL 108 and READ 101L or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks McCahill

ENGL 109 LC1 30047 4

English Review T R 9 a.m.-12:15 p.m. 3/23 to 5/16 8 wks Carson Prerequisites: ENGL 108 and READ 101L or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; Corequisite; ENGL 108 LC1, CRN 30046; this is a linked learning community course; for more information, see Page 11

ENGL 110L 01 30946 2

Composition I Accelerated Learning M W 10-11:45 a.m. 16 wks Rennick Program Lab Prerequisite: READ 101L or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; Corequisite: ENGL 1110, CRN 30238

ENGL 110L 02 30947 2

Composition I Accelerated Learning M W 7-8:45 p.m. 16 wks Muskett Program Lab Prerequisite: READ 101L or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; Corequisite: ENGL 1110, CRN 30244

ENGL 110L 03 30948 2

Composition I Accelerated Learning T R 11:30 a.m.-1:15 p.m. 16 wks Kilpatric Program Lab Prerequisite: READ 101L or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; Corequisite: ENGL 1110, CRN 30252

ENGL 110L 04 30949 2

Composition I Accelerated Learning T R 2:30-4:15 p.m. 16 wks Kilpatric Program Lab Prerequisite: READ 101L or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; Corequisite: ENGL 1110, CRN 30399

ENGL 110L 05 30950 2

Composition I Accelerated Learning T R 1-2:45 p.m. 16 wks Eannarino Program Lab Prerequisite: READ 101L or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; Corequisite: ENGL 1110, CRN 30242

ENGL 1110 01 30238 3

Composition I M W 8:30-9:45 a.m. Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

ENGL 1110 02 30247 3

Composition I M W 1-3:30 p.m. Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

ENGL 1110 03 30399 3

Composition I M W 1-2:15 p.m. Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Kilpatric

ENGL 1110 04 30244 3

Composition I M W 5:30-6:45 p.m. Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Muskett

ENGL 1110 05 30250 3

Composition I T R 8:30-9:45 a.m. Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Begel

ENGL 1110 06 30252 3

Composition I T R 10-11:15 a.m. Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Kilpatric

ENGL 1110 07 30242 3

Composition I T R 11:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m. Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Eannarino

ENGL 1110 08 30401 3

Composition I T R 2:30-3:45 p.m. Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Staff

ENGL 1110 B1 30239 3

Composition I M 10-11:15 a.m. Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Bornet

16 wks Rennick

1/20 to 3/14 8 wks

Staff

Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu


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Course ID

Credit CRN Hours Title

Days

Times

Short-Term Course Course Dates Length Instructor

Add’l Fee

ENGL 1110 B2 30400 3

Composition I T 1-2:15 p.m. Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks McCahill

ENGL 1110 D1 30403 3

Composition I WEB 16 wks Eichelberger Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

ENGL 1110 D2 30404 3

Composition I WEB 16 wks Eichelberger Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

ENGL 1120 01 30406 3

Composition II Prerequisite: ENGL 1110

M W

10-11:15 a.m.

16 wks Kilpatric

ENGL 1120 02 30407 3

Composition II Prerequisite: ENGL 1110

M W

noon-1:15 p.m.

16 wks Bornet

ENGL 1120 03 30408 3

Composition II Prerequisite: ENGL 1110

M W

2:30-3:45 p.m.

16 wks Staff

ENGL 1120 04 30409 3

Composition II Prerequisite: ENGL 1110

M W

5:30-6:45 p.m.

16 wks Deisler

ENGL 1120 05 30411 3

Composition II Prerequisite: ENGL 1110

T R

1-2:15 p.m.

16 wks Begel

ENGL 1120 B1 30413 3

Composition II R 1-2:15 p.m. 16 wks Bornet Prerequisite: ENGL 1110; web-supported course; class meets on campus Thursdays beginning Jan. 23; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

ENGL 1120 B2 30405 3

Composition II W 10-11:15 a.m. 16 wks Bornet Prerequisite: ENGL 1110; web-blended course; class meets on campus Wednesdays beginning Jan. 22; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

ENGL 1120 B3 30410 3

Composition II T 10-11:15 a.m. 16 wks Bornet Prerequisite: ENGL 1110; web-blended course; class meets on campus Tuesdays beginning Jan. 21; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

ENGL 1120 D1 30414 3

Composition II WEB 16 wks Werner-Smith Prerequisite: ENGL 1110; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

ENGL 1210 01 30415 3

Technical Communications M W 11:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m. Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

ENGL 1210 D1 30416 3

Technical Communications WEB 16 wks Rennick Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

ENGL 1320 01 30417 3

Exploring Creative Writing

M W

12:30-1:45 p.m.

16 wks Betts

ENGL 2210 01 30418 3

Technical and Professional Communication M W Prerequisite: ENGL 1110

10-11:15 a.m.

16 wks Staff

ENGL 2210 02 30419 3

Technical and Professional Communication M W Prerequisite: ENGL 1110

1-2:15 p.m.

16 wks Eichelberger

ENGL 2210 D1 30421 3

Technical and Professional Communication WEB 16 wks Deisler Prerequisite: ENGL 1110; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

ENGL 2320 01 30422 3

Introduction to Fiction Writing Prerequisite: ENGL 1110

R

1-3:30 p.m.

16 wks Goldberg

ENGL 2330 01 30951 3

Introduction to Poetry Writing Prerequisite: ENGL 1110

W

5:30-8 p.m.

16 wks Lamden

$75

16 wks Staff

Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu

$75

$75


Listings

46 SPRING 2020 CREDIT CLASS LISTINGS Course ID

Credit CRN Hours Title

Days

Times

Short-Term Course Course Dates Length Instructor

Add’l Fee

ENGL 2340 D1 30424 3

Introduction to Creative Nonfiction Writing WEB 16 wks Stern Prerequisite: ENGL 1110; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

ENGL 2450 01 30952 3

Myth and Literature Prerequisite: ENGL 1110

2:30-3:45 p.m.

16 wks Potter

ENGL 2780 01 30425 3

Creative Writing Portfolio ARR Prerequisite: ENGL 2320 and ENGL 2330; permission required, call 505-428-1817

16 wks Deisler

ENGL 2998 01 30426 3

Literary Magazine Internship: Santa Fe Literary Review Permission required, call 505-428-1903

16 wks McCahill

M W

ARR

$75

ENTREPRENEURSHIP School of Business, Professional Studies and Education, 505-428-1308 ENTR 2130 D1 30319 3

Finance and Funding for Start-Ups WEB 3/23 to 5/16 8 wks Internet access required; web account available March 23; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

Staff

$75

ENTR 2140 B1 30320 1

Pitching Your Start-Up F 9:30 a.m.-noon 4/24 to 5/15 4 wks O’Shea Prerequisites: ENTR 1110 and ENTR 119 and ENTR 2120 and ENTR 2150; web-blended course; class meets on campus Fridays beginning April 24; internet access required; web account available April 24; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

ENTR 2150 D1 30318 3

E-Commerce Crowdfunding and Marketing WEB 1/20 to 3/14 8 wks Staff Prerequisite: ENTR 1110; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES

School of Trades, Advanced Technologies and Sustainability, 505-428-1295 ENVR 113 01 30024 3

Instrumentation and Controls

W

8:30-11:15 a.m.

16 wks Alexandrescu

ENVR 115 01 30164 3

Introduction to Water Conservation

R

9-11:30 a.m.

16 wks Wilson

ENVR 215 01 30929 3

Active Water Harvesting and Distribution Systems

W

5:30-8 p.m.

16 wks Wilson

ENVR 216 01 30930 3

Watershed Management

M

5:30-8 p.m.

16 wks Wilson

ENVR 217 01 30931 3

Water Auditing and Evaluation Prerequisite: ENVR 115

R

5:30-8 p.m.

16 wks Wilson

SUST 1130 01 30287 3

Sustainable Energy Technologies

T R

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

SUST 1134 01 30288 3

Introduction to Sustainability Studies

T

1-3:25 p.m.

1/20 to 3/14 8 wks

$25

$25

Gomez

16 wks Bramble

EXERCISE SCIENCE School of Fitness Education, 505-428-1651 EXSC 1150 01 30506 1

Instructional Methods: Personal Training

F

3:30-6:40 p.m.

4/17 to 5/8

EXSC 1160 01 30507 1

Instructional Methods: Group Exercise

F

3:30-6:40 p.m.

EXSC 1170 01 30508 0.5 Instructional Methods: Alternative Strength Training

F

EXSC 1180 01 30509 0.5 Instructional Methods: Training EXSC 1220 01 30510 4

Pendleton

$100

1/24 to 2/15 4 wks

Coulter

$100

3:30-6:40 p.m.

3/27 to 4/3

2 wks

Staff

$100

F

3:30-6:40 p.m.

2/21 to 2/28 2 wks

Staff

$100

Fitness Instructor Training II

M W

5:30-7:05 p.m.

16 wks Beam

$100

EXSC 2110 01 30511 3

Exercise Physiology

M W

3:45-5 p.m.

16 wks Beam

EXSC 2130 D1 30512 3

Instructional Methods: Lifestyle Change WEB 3/23 to 5/16 8 wks Internet access required; web account available March 23; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

EXSC 2150 01 30513 3

Prevention and Care of Exercise Injury

W

5:05-7:35 p.m.

4 wks

Pendleton

16 wks Martinez

Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu

$75


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Course ID

Credit CRN Hours Title

Short-Term Course Course Dates Length Instructor

Days

Times

3:45-5:30 p.m.

EXSC 2170 01 30514 3

Physical Fitness Programming and Instruction

T R

EXSC 2990 01 30515 1

Exercise Science Practicum Permission required; call 505-428-1420

EXSC 2998 01 30516 1

Exercise Science Internship Permission required; call 505-428-1420

Add’l Fee

16 wks Pendleton

$100

ARR

16 wks Staff

$100

ARR

16 wks Staff

EXPANDED FUNCTIONS DENTAL AUXILIARY

School of Sciences, Health, Engineering and Math, 505-428-1258 EFDA 250 SD1 30075 2

Restorative Functions WEB 16 wks Nayyar $50 Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl; permission required, call 505-428-1258

EFDA 250L 01 30080 1

Restorative Functions Lab S U 10 a.m.-4 p.m. 16 wks Rodriguez Permission required, call 505-428-1258; class will meet on Feb. 15, Feb. 16, March 14, March 15, April 25 and April 26

$250

EFDA 250L 02 30173 1

Restorative Functions Lab S U 10 a.m.-4 p.m. 16 wks Rodriguez Permission required, call 505-428-1258; class will meet on Feb. 8, Feb. 9, March 7, March 8, April 18 and April 19

$250

EFDA 293 01 30174 4

Restorative Clinical Practicum Permission required, call 505-428-1258

EFDA 295A B1 30379 1

Dental Radiation Health and Safety Review T R 6-9:15 p.m. 2/24 to 3/8 2 wks Rodriguez Web-blended course; class meets on campus Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning Feb. 25; internet access required; web account available Feb. 24; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

EFDA 295B SD1 30380 1

Dental Infection Control Review WEB 3/23 to 4/5 Internet access required; web account available Mar. 23; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

2 wks

Mansoor

$25

EFDA 295C SD1 30381 1

General Chairside Review WEB 4/13 to 4/26 2 wks Internet access required; web account available April 13; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

Mansoor

$25

EFDA 296 SD1 30382 1

Dental Fluoride, Polishing and WEB 4/27 to 5/10 2 wks Sealants Review Internet access required; web account available April 27; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

Mansoor

$25

ARR

16 wks Rodriguez

$85

FACILITY TECHNOLOGIES

School of Trades, Advanced Technologies and Sustainability, 505-428-1295 FACT 113 02 30152 2

Basic Blueprint Reading

T R

2-3:15 p.m.

16 wks Rodke

$25

FACT 114 01 30050 2

Basic Electricity and Controls

W

3-5:30 p.m.

16 wks Masterson

$25

FACT 198 02 30107 2

FACT Internship

ARR

3/23 to 5/16 8 wks

Staff

FASHION DESIGN School of Arts, Design and Media Arts, 505-428-1731 FASH 113 01 30035 3

Production Sewing

T

2:30-5:15 p.m.

16 wks Estes

$40

FASH 121 01 30036 3

Patternmaking - Draping

T

11:30 a.m.-2:15 p.m.

16 wks Estes

$45

FASH 130 01 30970 3

Fashion Illustration

R

2:30-5:15 p.m.

16 wks Abling-Gross

$45

FASH 150 D1 30056 3

History of Fashion WEB Internet access required; web account available Jan. 22; for information visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

16 wks Staff

$75

FASH 160 D1 30971 3

Introduction to Fashion Design WEB Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

16 wks Staff

$75

FASH 224 01 30104 3

Introduction to Computer Fashion Design Prerequisite: FASH 130

16 wks Staff

$25

W

11:30 a.m.-2:15 p.m.

Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu


Listings

48 SPRING 2020 CREDIT CLASS LISTINGS Course ID

Credit CRN Hours Title

FASH 260 01 30972 3

Fashion Collection Studio Prerequisite: FASH 120 and FASH 240

Short-Term Course Course Dates Length Instructor

Days

Times

R

2:30-5:30 p.m.

16 wks Estes

Add’l Fee $40

FILM School of Arts, Design and Media Arts, 505-428-1731 FDMA 1130 01 30677 1

Film Crew I Lab

S

9 a.m.-3 p.m.

1/25 to 2/15 4 wks

Jones

$30

FDMA 1210 01 30669 3

Digital Video Production I

M

1-4:45 p.m.

16 wks Walsh

$30

FDMA 1220 01 30671 3

Introduction to Digital Video Editing

T

5:30-8:15 p.m.

16 wks Johnson

$30

FDMA 1480 SD1 30672 3

Contemporary and Postmodern Film WEB 2/3 to 5/16 Internet access required; web account available Feb. 3; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

14 wks Moritsugu

$75

FDMA 1560 SD1 30673 3

Screenwriting I WEB 2/3 to 5/16 14 wks Milder Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available Feb. 3; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

FDMA 1640 SD1 30674 3

Independent Film WEB 2/3 to 5/16 Internet access required; web account available Feb. 3; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

14 wks Martinod-Sanchez $75

FDMA 1700 01 30675 3

Film Theory and Criticism T 2:30-5:15 p.m. Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Martinod-Sanchez

FDMA 2120 01 30676 4

Film Crew I - Intro to Film and Media Workflow

M W

5:30-9:30 p.m.

1/20 to 3/14 8 wks

Mugford

FDMA 2125 01 30678 4

Film Crew II M W Prerequisites: FDMA 1130 and FDMA 2120

5:30-9:30 p.m.

3/23 to 5/16 8 wks

Riess

FDMA 2135 01 30679 9

Film Crew IV ARR Prerequisites: FDMA 2130 and FDMA 2165

16 wks Jessi Walsh

FDMA 2145 01 30973 3

Post-Production Color Compositing

R

5:30-8:45 p.m.

16 wks Mugford

FDMA 2215 01 30974 3

Digital Cinematography II

T R

5:30-8:45 p.m.

FDMA 2330 01 30680 3

Documentary Film Production II Prerequisite: FDMA 2315

W

2:30-5:15 p.m.

16 wks Johnson

FDMA 2340 01 30681 3

Editing II Prerequisite: FDMA 1220

R

5:30-9:15 p.m.

16 wks Johnson

FDMA 2520 01 30976 3

Introduction to Cinematography

T R

5:30-8:45 p.m.

FDMA 2525 01 30682 3

Video Production II R 2:30-5:15 p.m. Prerequisites: FDMA 1210 or FDMA 1450 or FDMA 1460 and FDMA 1220

FDMA 2560 01 30683 3

Screenwriting II Prerequisite: FDMA 1560

M W

11:30 a.m.-2:15 p.m.

3/23 to 5/16 8 wks

FDMA 2747 01 30979 3

Advanced Film Lighting

S

9 a.m.-3 p.m.

2/17 to 5/16 12 wks Riess

FDMA 2820 01 30686 3

Producing and Directing the Independent Film

U

noon-5 p.m.

3/23 to 5/16 8 wks

FDMA 2998 01 31111 3

Digital Media Production Internship Prerequisite: FDMA 2120 or FILM 140

ARR

16 wks Riess

FDMA 2999 01 30975 6

Documentary Capstone Project

ARR

16 wks Martinod-Sanchez $30

3/23 to 5/16 8 wks

1/20 to 3/14 8 wks

$75

$40 $0 $30

Staff

Staff

16 wks Riess Milder

$100 $30 $30 $30 $30

Milder

FIRST YEAR STUDENT SUCCESS 505-428-1467 FYSS 111 03 30902 3

Excelling in College T R Appropriate placement score required, see Page 11

1-2:15 p.m.

16 wks Staff

Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu


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Course ID

Credit CRN Hours Title

Days

Times

Short-Term Course Course Dates Length Instructor

Add’l Fee

FYSS 116 01 30904 1

Strategies for Success in College M W Appropriate placement score required, see Page 11

8:30-9:45 a.m.

1/20 to 2/28 6 wks

Staff

FYSS 116 03 30906 1

Strategies for Success in College T R Appropriate placement score required, see Page 11

2:30-3:45 p.m.

1/20 to 2/28 6 wks

Staff

FRENCH School of Liberal Arts, 505-428-1722 FREN 1120 01 30953 4

French II Prerequisite: FREN 1110

M W

5:30-7:15 p.m.

FREN 1130L 01 30427 1

French Language Lab

ARR

16 wks Tetne 16 wks Chavez Hunt

GEOLOGY School of Sciences, Health, Engineering and Math, 505-428-1754 GEOL 1110 01 30792 3

Physical Geology S 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Prerequisite: MATH 102 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; Corequisite: GEOL 1110L 01

16 wks Renbarger

GEOL 1110L 01 30793 1

Physical Geology Laboratory S 12:45-3:15 p.m. Prerequisite: MATH 102 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; Corequisite: GEOL 1110 01

16 wks Renbarger

$20

GERMAN School of Liberal Arts, 505-428-1722 GRMN 1130L 01 30428 1

German Language Lab

ARR

16 wks Chavez Hunt

HEALTH CARE School of Sciences, Health, Engineering and Math, 505-428-1323 HLCR 111 B1 30233 3

Introduction to Health Careers T 5:30-8:30 p.m. 3/23 to 5/16 8 wks Staff Web blended course; class meets on campus Tuesdays, beginning March 24; internet access required; web account available March 23; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

HLCR 113 B1 30008 3

Medical Terminology W 5:30-6:45 p.m. Web-blended course; class meets on campus Wednesdays beginning Jan. 22; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

16 wks Staff

HLCR 113 D1 30122 3

Medical Terminology WEB Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

16 wks Barbee

$75

HLCR 113 D2 30148 3

Medical Terminology WEB Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

16 wks Staff

$75

HLCR 115 01 31050 5

Community Health Worker Training

16 wks Staff

M W

5:30-8 p.m.

HLCR 125 01 30018 5 Nursing Assistant W 8:30-11:30 a.m. 16 wks Lamoreux F 6:30-10:30 a.m. Clinicals will take place during the last 5 Fridays of the term; fee includes Department of Health Background check and mandatory drug test; students are eligible to take the NACES exam upon completion

$141 $163

HLCR 125 02 30201 5 Nursing Assistant M 5:30-8:30 p.m. 16 wks Staff $163 S 6:30-10:30 a.m. Clinicals will take place during the last 5 Saturdays of the term; fee includes Department of Health Background check and mandatory drug test; students are eligible to take the NACES exam upon completion HLCR 125 03 30923 5 Nursing Assistant W 5:30-8:30 p.m. 16 wks Lamoreux $163 S 6:30-10:30 a.m. Clinicals will take place during the last 5 Saturdays of the term; fee includes Department of Health Background check and mandatory drug test; students are eligible to take the NACES exam upon completion HLCR 131 D1 31051 5

Home Visitor Training I WEB 16 wks Staff $75 Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl; permission required, call 505-428-1836

Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu


Listings

50 SPRING 2020 CREDIT CLASS LISTINGS Course ID

Credit CRN Hours Title

Days

Times

Short-Term Course Course Dates Length Instructor

Add’l Fee

HLCR 132 D1 31052 5

Home Visitor Training II Specialty Care WEB 16 wks Staff $75 Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl; permission required, call 505-428-1836

HLCR 232 SD1 30081 4

Pathophysiology WEB 16 wks Davis $75 Prerequisite: BIOL 231 and BIOL 231L; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

HEALTH EDUCATION School of Fitness Education, 505-428-1651 HLED 1120 01 30517 0.5 American Red Cross First Aid and CPR/AED F

9 a.m.-5 p.m.

2/7 to 2/7

1 day

Sanchez

$30

HLED 1120 02 30518 0.5 American Red Cross First Aid and CPR/AED S

9 a.m.-5 p.m.

4/4 to 4/4

1 day

McDaniel

$30

HLED 1120 03 30519 0.5 American Red Cross First Aid and CPR/AED F

9 a.m.-5 p.m.

5/1 to 5/1

1 day

Bolleter

$30

HLED 1130 D1 30520 3

Concepts of Health and Wellness WEB 1/20 to 3/14 8 wks Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

Pendleton

$75

HLED 1135 D1 30521 1

Fitness and Wellness WEB 3/23 to 5/16 8 wks Internet access required; web account available March 23; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

Staff

$25

HLED 1140 01 30522 2

Water Safety Instruction

F S

noon-7 p.m. 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

3/13 to 3/28 2 wks

Duran

$37

HLED 1150 01 30523 2 Lifeguarding

F S

1-7 p.m. 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

2/21 to 2/29 2 wks

Ortiz

$38

HLED 1150 02 31090 2 Lifeguard Certification

M T W R F S

4-9 p.m. 4-7 p.m. 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

12/9 to 12/14 1 wk

Ortiz

$38

HLED 1155 01 30524 1 Lifeguard Recertification

F S

2-7 p.m. 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

5/8 to 5/9

Bolleter

$38

Jannsen-Kerr

$75

1 wk

HLED 1160 D1 30525 3

Stress Management WEB 3/23 to 5/16 8 wks Internet access required; web account available March 23; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

HLED 1225 D1 30526 3

Weight Management and Exercise WEB 1/20 to 3/14 8 wks Staff $75 Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl; students will need a step counter pedometer at start of class

HEATING VENTILATION AND AIR CONDITION

School of Trades, Advanced Technologies and Sustainability, 505-428-1295 HVAC 111 01 30094 2

Basic Commercial Refrigeration Corequisites: FACT 113 and FACT 114

T

8-11 a.m.

1/20 to 3/14 8 wks

Vanden Heuvel

$25

HVAC 121 01 30282 4

Air Conditioning and Electric Motor Application

M

8 a.m.-12:45 p.m.

3/23 to 5/16 8 wks

Vanden Heuvel

$25

HVAC 131 B1 30096 4

Application of Refrigeration Systems T 8 a.m.-12:30 p.m. 3/23 to 5/16 8 wks Vanden Heuvel $25 Web-blended course; class meets on campus Tuesdays beginning March 24; internet access required; web account available March 23; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

HVAC 211 01 30283 2

Refrigerant Management R 8 a.m.-12:45 p.m. 3/23 to 5/16 8 wks Vanden Heuvel Prerequisites: HVAC 111, FACT 113 and FACT 114; includes Universal CDV Refrigerant Handlers Certification Exam

$65

HVAC 221 01 30039 2

Gas Heating Furnaces Prerequisites: FACT 113 and FACT 114

Vanden Heuvel

$25

HVAC 231 B1 30083 4

Air Movement, Distribution, Heat T 11:30 a.m.-4 p.m. 1/20 to 3/14 8 wks Vanden Heuvel Load Calculations Web-blended course; class meets on campus Tuesdays beginning Jan. 21; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$25

R

8 a.m.-12:45 p.m.

1/20 to 3/14 8 wks

Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu


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Course ID

Credit CRN Hours Title

Days

Times

Short-Term Course Course Dates Length Instructor

Add’l Fee

HISTORY School of Liberal Arts, 505-428-1722 HIST 1110 B1 30432 3

United States History I M 1-2:15 p.m. 3/23 to 5/16 8 wks Martinez Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; web-blended course; class meets on campus on Mondays beginning March 23; internet access required; web account available March 23; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

HIST 1110 D1 30433 3

United States History I WEB 16 wks Sicko Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

HIST 1120 B1 30434 3

United States History II W 5:30-6:45 p.m. 16 wks Sicko Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; web-blended course; class meets on campus Wednesdays beginning Jan. 22; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

HIST 1150 01 30429 3

Western Civilization I T R 2:30-3:45 p.m. Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

HIST 1150 D1 30430 3

Western Civilization I WEB 1/20 to 3/14 8 wks Sicko Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

HIST 1160 D1 30431 3

Western Civilization II WEB 3/23 to 5/16 8 wks Martinez Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available March 23; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

HIST 2110 B1 30435 3

Survey of New Mexico History W 1-2:15 p.m. 16 wks Martinez Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; web-blended class; class meets on campus on Wednesdays beginning Jan. 22; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

HIST 2110 D1 30436 3

Survey of New Mexico History WEB 16 wks Sicko Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

HIST 2120 D1 30437 3

Survey of Mexican American History WEB 16 wks Martinez Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

$75

16 wks Martinez

HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM

School of Business, Professional Studies and Education, 505-428-1308 HRMG 115 01 30157 3

Customer Relations and Service

M W

5-6:15 p.m.

16 wks Fox Ehlert

HRMG 118 D1 30115 2

Sanitation and Safety WEB 1/20 to 2/14 4 wks Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

HRMG 220 01 30092 3

Fine Dining Room Service and T R 3-4:15 p.m. Beverage Management Prerequisite: MATH 101 or appropriate placement score, see page 11

16 wks Fox Ehlert

HRMG 240 D1 30241 3

Hospitality and Tourism Marketing WEB Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

16 wks Fox Ehlert

$75

16 wks Balladares

$75

Dakan

$50

HUMAN SERVICES School of Liberal Arts, 505-428-1722 HMSV 1110 D1 30441 3

Group Dynamics WEB Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

HMSV 1310 D1 30443 3

Loss, Bereavement, and the Family WEB 3/23 to 5/16 8 wks Internet access required; web account available March 23; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

HMSV 2110 01 30444 3

Case Management

T R

10-11:15 a.m.

Balladares

16 wks Balladares

Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu

$75


Listings

52 SPRING 2020 CREDIT CLASS LISTINGS Course ID

Credit CRN Hours Title

Days

Times

Short-Term Course Course Dates Length Instructor

Add’l Fee

SOWK 2110 D1 30440 3

Introduction to Human Services and WEB Social Work Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

16 wks Balladares

$75

HMSV 2212 D1 30445 3

Effects of Drug Abuse WEB Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

16 wks Gorman

$75

HMSV 2250 D1 30447 3

Counseling Skills for Addiction Professionals WEB 3/23 to 5/16 8 wks Internet access required; web account available March 23; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

Cervio

$75

HMSV 2270 D1 30446 3

Substance Abuse in Families WEB 1/20 to 3/14 8 wks Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

Johnson

$75

HMSV 2510 D1 30448 3

Compassion Fatigue and Secondary WEB 3/23 to 5/16 8 wks Stress Disorder Internet access required; web account available March 23; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

Balladares

$75

HMSV 2998 01 30449 3

Human Services Internship Prerequisite: SOWK 2110

T

noon-1:15 p.m.

16 wks Balladares

HUMANITIES School of Liberal Arts, 505-428-1722 HUMN 1110 B1 30450 3

Introduction of World Humanities I M 10-11:15 a.m. 16 wks Sicko Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; web-blended course; class meets on campus Mondays beginning Jan. 27; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

HUMN 2150 D1 30451 3

Media and Gender WEB 16 wks Snyder Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

INFORMATION SYSTEMS COMPUTER SCIENCE School of Sciences, Health, Engineering and Math, 505-428-1323 ISCS 113 SD1 30068 3

Introduction to Computer Science WEB Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

16 wks Click

ISCS 114 B1 30102 4

IT Essentials I: PC Hardware and Software T 5:30-7:45 p.m. 16 wks Haack Web-blended course; class meets on campus Tuesdays beginning Jan. 21; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$40

ISCS 115 SD1 30138 3

Introduction to Web Computing WEB Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

ISCS 117 B1 30069 3

Linux Certification Preparation W 5:30-8 p.m. 16 wks Pino Web-blended course; class meets on campus Wednesdays beginning Jan. 22; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

ISCS 120 B1 30144 4

Introduction to Programming I M 5:30-7:45 p.m. 16 wks Click Web-blended course; class meets on campus Mondays beginning Jan. 27; internet access required; web account available Jan. 16; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$40

ISCS 120 SD1 30070 4

Introduction to Programming I WEB Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

ISCS 122 SD1 30139 3

Computer Networks WEB 16 wks Keppel Prerequisite: ISCS 114; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

ISCS 125 SD1 30938 4

Introduction to Programming II WEB 16 wks Pino Prerequisite: ISCS 120; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

ISCS 212 SD1 30140 3

Database Fundamentals WEB Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

16 wks Click

16 wks Click

16 wks Staff

Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu

$75


CREDIT CLASS LISTINGS SPRING 2020 53

Course ID

Credit CRN Hours Title

Days

Times

Short-Term Course Course Dates Length Instructor

Add’l Fee

ISCS 225 B1 30141 3

Advanced Programming and Data Structures T 5:30-7:45 p.m. 16 wks Pino Prerequisite: ISCS 215; web-blended course; class meets on campus Tuesdays beginning Jan. 21; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$30

ISCS 241 SD1 30110 3

Data Organization and Implementation WEB 16 wks Tahani Prerequisites: ISCS 116 or ISCS 117 and ISCS 120; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

ISCS 271 SD1 30076 3

Firewalls WEB 16 wks Marsh Prerequisites: ISCS 114 and ISCS 116 or ISCS 117; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/sun

$75

ISCS 273 SD1 30077 3

Computer and Network Defenses WEB 16 wks Tahani and Countermeasures Prerequisite: ISCS 171; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

ISCS 275 SD1 30078 3

Ethical Hacking and Cyber Ethics WEB Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

16 wks Pino

$75

ISCS 298 01 30084 3

Internship Permission required, call 505-428-1539

16 wks Staff

ARR

INTERPRETING School of Liberal Arts, 505-428-1722 INTR 111 01 30941 3

Introduction/Professional Sign R 5:30-8 p.m. Language Interpreting Prerequisite: SIGN 1110 or permission, call 505-428-1722

16 wks Heinze

ITALIAN School of Liberal Arts, 505-428-1722 ITAL 1140L 01 30452 1

Italian Lab

ARR

16 wks Chavez Hunt

JAPANESE School of Liberal Arts, 505-428-1722 JAPN 101 01 30061 2

Introduction to Japanese

S

1:30-3:15 p.m.

16 wks Salazar

JAPN 1110 01 30455 4

Japanese I

S

9:30 a.m.-1 p.m.

16 wks Salazar

JAPN 1140L 01 30453 1

Japanese Language Lab

ARR

16 wks Chavez Hunt

JEWELRY School of Arts, Design and Media Arts, 505-428-1731 ARTS 1810 01 30908 3

Jewelry and Small Metal Construction I

F

9 a.m.-1:45 p.m.

16 wks Staff

$60

ARTS 1810 02 30909 3

Jewelry and Small Metal Construction I

S

9 a.m.-1:45 p.m.

16 wks Staff

$60

ARTS 1811L 01 30758 3

Silversmithing I

R

9 a.m.-2:15 p.m.

16 wks Staff

$60

ARTS 2810 01 30759 3

Jewelry and Small Metal Construction II Prerequisite: ARTS 1810

W

9 a.m.-2 p.m.

16 wks Staff

$60

ARTS 2814L 01 30760 3

CAD for Jewelry Design T Prerequisite: ARTS 1812L and ARTS 2811L

2:30-7:30 p.m.

16 wks Lanzer

MATHEMATICS School of Sciences, Health, Engineering and Math, 505-428-1754 MATH 101 01 30004 4

Pre-Algebra T R 10:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Prerequisite: MATH 100 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Tsinnajinnie

MATH 101 LC1 30086 4

Pre-Algebra M W 2:30-4:15 p.m. 16 wks Staff Prerequisite: MATH 100 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; Corequisite: MATH 101S, CRN 30087; this is a linked learning community course; for more information, see Page 11

Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu


Listings

54 SPRING 2020 CREDIT CLASS LISTINGS Course ID

Credit CRN Hours Title

Days

Times

Short-Term Course Course Dates Length Instructor

Add’l Fee

MATH 101 LC2 30105 4

Pre-Algebra M W 4-5:45 p.m. 16 wks Staff Prerequisite: MATH 100 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; Corequisite: MATH 101S, CRN 30106; this is a linked learning community course; for more information, see Page 11

MATH 101S LC1 30087 2

Pre-Algebra Workshop T R 2:30-3:45 p.m. 16 wks Staff Corequisite: MATH 101, CRN 30086; this is a linked learning community course; for more information, see Page 11

$10

MATH 101S LC2 30106 2

Pre-Algebra Workshop M W 2:30-3:45 p.m. 16 wks Staff Corequisite: MATH 101, CRN 30105; this is a linked learning community course; for more information, see Page 11

$10

MATH 102 01 30022 4

Basic Algebra M W 10:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Prerequisite: MATH 101 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Staff

MATH 102 02 30001 4

Basic Algebra M W 12:30-2:15 p.m. Prerequisite: MATH 101 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Roberts

MATH 102 03 30026 4

Basic Algebra M W 5:30-7:15 p.m. Prerequisite: MATH 101 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Staff

MATH 102 04 30064 4

Basic Algebra T R 8:30-10:15 a.m. Prerequisite: MATH 101 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Lemke

MATH 102 05 30002 4

Basic Algebra T R 10:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Prerequisite: MATH 101 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Staff

MATH 102 06 30003 4

Basic Algebra T R 2:30-4:15 p.m. Prerequisite: MATH 101 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Shankin

MATH 104L 01 31048 1

Emporium Math Lab

14 wks Geddie

MATH 104L D1 31049 1

Emporium Math Lab WEB 2/3 to 5/16 14 wks Staff $25 Internet access required; web account available Feb. 3; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl; assessments to be taken at official testing site

MATH 112 01 30136 3

Math for Elementary School Teachers II M 5:30-8:15 p.m. Prerequisite: MATH 109 or MATH 1215 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Staff

MATH 1130 01 30249 3

Survey of Mathematics M W 1-2:15 p.m. Prerequisite: MATH 102 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Staff

MATH 1130 02 30251 3

Survey of Mathematics T R 8:30-9:45 a.m. Prerequisite: MATH 102 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Staff

MATH 1130 03 30253 3

Survey of Mathematics R 5:30-8:15 p.m. Prerequisite: MATH 102 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Staff

MATH 1130 D1 30254 3

Survey of Mathematics WEB 16 wks Staff Prerequisite: MATH 102 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; Web account available Jan 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl; assessments to be taken at official testing site

MATH 1215 01 30237 4

Intermediate Algebra M W 10:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Prerequisite: MATH 102 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Grigereit

MATH 1215 02 30240 4

Intermediate Algebra M W 5:30-7:15 p.m. Prerequisite: MATH 102 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Staff

MATH 1215 03 30243 4

Intermediate Algebra T R 10:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Prerequisite: MATH 102 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Lemke

MATH 1215 04 30246 4

Intermediate Algebra T R 2:30-4:15 p.m. Prerequisite: MATH 102 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Grigereit

MATH 1220 01 30255 4

College Algebra M W 12:30-2:15 p.m. Prerequisite: MATH 109 or MATH 1215 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Tsinnajinnie

MATH 1220 02 30258 4

College Algebra M W 2:30-4:15 p.m. Prerequisite: MATH 109 or MATH 1215 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Roberts

W

2:30-4:20 p.m.

2/3 to 5/16

Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu

$75


CREDIT CLASS LISTINGS SPRING 2020 55

Course ID

Credit CRN Hours Title

Days

Times

Short-Term Course Course Dates Length Instructor

Add’l Fee

MATH 1220 03 30256 4

College Algebra M W 5:30-7:15 p.m. Prerequisite: MATH 109 or MATH 1215 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Staff

MATH 1220 04 30257 4

College Algebra T R 10:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Prerequisite: MATH 109 or MATH 1215 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Grigereit

MATH 1220 D1 30259 4

College Algebra WEB 16 wks Staff $75 Prerequisite: MATH 109 or MATH 1215 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available Jan 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl; students may be required to take exams in a proctored environment

MATH 1250 01 30263 4

Trigonometry and Pre-Calculus M W 6-8 p.m. Prerequisite: MATH 121 or MATH 1220 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Staff

MATH 1250 02 30264 4

Trigonometry and Pre-Calculus T R 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Prerequisite: MATH 121 or MATH 1220 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Shankin

MATH 1350 01 30260 3

Introduction to Statistics M W 5:30-7:15 p.m. 16 wks Grigereit Prerequisite: MATH 109 or MATH 1215 or MATH 1130 or MATH 119 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

MATH 1350 02 30261 3

Introduction to Statistics T R 10:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m. 16 wks Staff Prerequisite: MATH 109 or MATH 1215 or MATH 1130 or MATH 119 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

MATH 1350 D1 30262 3

Introduction to Statistics WEB 16 wks Staff $75 Prerequisite: MATH 109 or MATH 1215 or MATH 1130 or MATH 119 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available Jan 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl; assessments to be taken at official testing site

MATH 1430 01 30267 4

Applications of Calculus I T R 8-9:45 a.m. Prerequisite: MATH 121 or MATH 1220 or MATH 1250 appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Roberts

MATH 1510 01 30265 4

Calculus I M W 5:30-7:45 p.m. Prerequisite: MATH 150 or MATH 1250 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Shankin

MATH 1520 01 30266 4

Calculus II M T W R 8:30-9:50 a.m. Prerequisite: MATH 1510 or MATH 162 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Tsinnajinnie

MATH 2530 01 30269 4

Calculus III M W 5:30-7:15 p.m. Prerequisite: MATH 163 or MATH 1520 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Staff

MATH 261 B1 30111 3

Mathematical Foundations for R 5:30-7:45 p.m. 16 wks Staff Computer Science Prerequisite: MATH 150L; web-blended course; class meets on campus Thursdays beginning Jan. 24; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

MEDIA ARTS School of Arts, Design and Media Arts, 505-428-1731 FDMA 1115 01 31110 3

Design History

R

11:30 a.m.-2:15 p.m.

FDMA 1180 01 30687 2

Adobe Lightroom

W

5:30-8:45 p.m.

FDMA 1260 01 30688 3

Introduction to Digital Media

M

FDMA 1360 01 30689 3

Web Design I

FDMA 1390 01 30690 3

16 wks Taussig Staff

$20

8:30-11:15 a.m.

16 wks Staff

$30

T

2:30-5:15 p.m.

16 wks Kunz

$30

Introduction to Reason and Live

T

5:30-8:15 p.m.

16 wks Goodyear

$30

FDMA 1410 01 30691 3

Audio Production I

W

2:30-5:15 p.m.

16 wks Goodyear

$30

FDMA 1470 SD1 30692 2

Introduction to Social Media Basics WEB 1/20 to 3/14 8 wks Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

Ratcliffe-Arnold

$50

FDMA 1475 SD1 30693 2

Social Media Basics WEB 3/23 to 5/16 8 wks Internet access required; web account available March 23; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

Ratcliffe-Arnold

$50

FDMA 1510 01 30694 3

Introduction to 3D Animation

W

3/23 to 5/16 8 wks

$30

8:30-11:15 a.m.

16 wks Taussig

Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu

$30


Listings

56 SPRING 2020 CREDIT CLASS LISTINGS Course ID

Credit CRN Hours Title

FDMA 1515 01 30695 3

Introduction to Digital Image Editing Photoshop

FDMA 1515 SD1 30697 3

Short-Term Course Course Dates Length Instructor

Days

Times

M

5:30-8:15 p.m.

Add’l Fee

16 wks Staff

$30

Introduction to Digital Image WEB Editing Photoshop Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

16 wks Holik

$75

FDMA 1535 01 30698 3

Introduction To Illustrator

T

8:30-11:15 a.m.

16 wks Taussig

$30

FDMA 1540 01 30699 3

Introduction To Motion Graphics

M

2:30-5:15 p.m.

16 wks Barnard

$30

FDMA 1630 01 30700 3

Principles of Design

R

8:30-11:15 a.m.

16 wks Staff

$30

FDMA 1635 01 30977 3

Design Communication

W

5:30-8:15 p.m.

16 wks Staff

$30

FDMA 1730 01 30701 3

3D Graphics and Animation II

W

11:30 a.m.-2:15 p.m.

16 wks Taussig

FDMA 2153 01 30702 2

Introductions to Wordpress

R

2:30-5:45 p.m.

FDMA 2290 01 30703 3

Advanced Digital Projects

R

8:30-11:15 a.m.

16 wks Taussig

$30

FDMA 2360 01 30704 3

Web Design II

W

2:30-5:15 p.m.

16 wks Kunz

$10

FDMA 2375 01 30705 3

Typography

W

11:30 a.m.-2:15 p.m.

16 wks Staff

$30

FDMA 2410 01 30706 3

Audio Production II

R

2:30-5:15 p.m.

16 wks Goodyear

$30

FDMA 2430 01 30707 1

Copyright and Media

S

9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

2 wks

$10

FDMA 2790 01 30978 3

Game Design Concepts

M

11:30 a.m.-2:15 p.m.

3/23 to 5/16 8 wks

4/6 to 4/13

Kunz

Waxer

16 wks Johnson

$20

$30

MEDICAL ASSISTANT School of Sciences, Health, Engineering and Math, 505-428-1907 MAST 210 D1 30031 3

Medical Office Insurance and Finance WEB 16 wks Coffman Prerequisite: MAST 115; Corequisites: MAST 220 and MAST 225; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

MAST 220 B1 30032 3

Medical Assistant Clinical Procedures II M 5:30-8:30 p.m. 16 wks Coffman $289.37 Prerequisite: MAST 120; Corequisites: MAST 210 and MAST 225; web-blended course; class meets on campus Mondays, beginning Jan. 27; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

MAST 225 B1 30033 2

Medical Assistant Laboratory Procedures II W 5:30-8:30 p.m. 16 wks Jones $35 Prerequisite: MAST 125; Corequisites: MAST 210 and MAST 220; web-blended course; class meets on campus Mondays beginning Jan. 27; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

MAST 235 D1 30184 3

Pharmacology for Allied Health WEB Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

16 wks Garcia

$75

$75

MUSIC School of Arts, Design and Media Arts, 505-428-1731 MUSC 1130 01 30708 3

Music Appreciation: Western Music

W

2:30-5:15 p.m.

16 wks Jones

MUSC 1130 D1 30709 3

Music Appreciation: Western Music WEB Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

16 wks Hall

MUSC 1160 01 30710 3

Music Theory I

M W

11 a.m.-12:45 p.m.

16 wks Wagner

MUSC 1375 01 30711 2

Group Piano I

M W

9-10:45 a.m.

16 wks Coxwell

MUSC 1520 01 30980 2

Class Guitar I

M W

11 a.m.-12:45 p.m.

16 wks Jones

MUSC 2110 01 30712 1

Chamber Ensemble: Choral

T

5:30-7:15 p.m.

16 wks Graham

MUSC 2450 01 30981 1

Class Voice II Prerequisite: MUSC 1440

M

5:30-7:15 p.m.

16 wks Staff

Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu

$75


CREDIT CLASS LISTINGS SPRING 2020 57

Course ID

Credit CRN Hours Title

Days

Times

Short-Term Course Course Dates Length Instructor

Add’l Fee

NURSING School of Sciences, Health, Engineering and Math, 505-428-1323 NMNC 1110 01 30799 3

Introduction to Nursing Concepts W 8:30-11:30 a.m. Corequisite: NMNC 1135; permission required, call 505-428-1836

16 wks Niazi

$150

NMNC 1110 02 30924 3

Introduction to Nursing Concepts W 8:30-11:30 a.m. Corequisite: NMNC 1135; permission required, call 505-428-1836

16 wks Fleischmann

$150

NMNC 1135 01 30800 4 Principles of Nursing Practice M 7 a.m.-3 p.m. T 8:30 a.m.-noon Corequisite: NMNC 1110; permission required, call 505-428-1836

16 wks Fleischmann

$221

NMNC 1135 02 30801 4 Principles of Nursing Practice M 7 a.m.-3 p.m. T 8:30 a.m.-noon Corequisite: NMNC 1110; permission required, call 505-428-1836

16 wks Niazi

$221

NMNC 1135 03 30802 4 Principles of Nursing Practice M 7 a.m.-3 p.m. T 8:30 a.m.-noon Corequisite: NMNC 1110; permission required, call 505-428-1836

16 wks Bartlett

$221

NMNC 1210 01 30803 3

Health and Illness Concepts I T 8:30-11 a.m. 16 wks Waker Prerequisites: NMNC 1110 and NMNC 1135; Corequisite: NMNC 1230 and NMNC 1235; permission required, call 505-428-1836

$147

NMNC 1220 01 30804 3

Health Care Participant T 1-3:30 p.m. 16 wks Coulie Prerequisites: NMNC 1110 and NMNC 1135; Corequisite: NMNC 1210 and NMNC 1230 and NMNC 1235; permission required, call 505-428-1836

NMNC 1230 01 30805 3

Nursing Pharmacology R 8:30-11 a.m. 16 wks Bacon Prerequisites: NMNC 1110 and NMNC 1135; Corequisite: NMNC 1220 and NMNC 1230 and NMNC 1235; permission required, call 505-428-1836

NMNC 1235 01 30806 4 Assessment and Health Promotion M 6:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. R 1-4:30 p.m. Prerequisites: NMNC 1110 and NMNC 1135; Corequisite: NMNC 1210, NMNC 1220, and NMNC 1230; permission required, call 505-428-1836

16 wks Waker

$80

NMNC 1235 02 30807 4 Assessment and Health Promotion M 6:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. R 1-4:30 p.m. Prerequisites: NMNC 1110 and NMNC 1135; Corequisite: NMNC 1210, NMNC 1220, and NMNC 1230; permission required, call 505-428-1836

16 wks Staff

$80

NMNC 1235 03 30808 4 Assessment and Health Promotion M 6:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. R 1-4:30 p.m. Prerequisites: NMNC 1110 and NMNC 1135; Corequisite: NMNC 1210, NMNC 1220, and NMNC 1230; permission required, call 505-428-1836

16 wks Figueroa

$80

NMNC 1235 04 30925 4 Assessment and Health Promotion M 6:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. R 1-4:30 p.m. Prerequisites: NMNC 1110 and NMNC 1135; Corequisite: NMNC 1210, NMNC 1220, and NMNC 1230; permission required, call 505-428-1836

16 wks Staff

$80

NURS 205 D1 30927 2

Professional Issues in Practical Nursing WEB Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

16 wks Ortiz

$50

NMNC 2310 01 30809 3

Health and Illness Concepts II T 9:30 a.m.-noon 16 wks Gonzales Prerequisites: NMNC 1210 and NMNC 1220 and NMNC 1230 and NMNC 1235 ; Corequisite: NMNC 2320 and NMNC 2335; permission required, call 505-428-1836

NMNC 2320 B1 30810 3

Professional Nursing Concepts I R 1-2:30 p.m. 16 wks Smith Prerequisites: NMNC 1210 and NMNC 1220 and NMNC 1230 and NMNC 1235; Corequisite: NMNC 2310 and NMNC 2335; permission required, call 505-428-1836

Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu

$147

$40


Listings

58 SPRING 2020 CREDIT CLASS LISTINGS Course ID

Credit CRN Hours Title

Short-Term Course Course Dates Length Instructor

Add’l Fee

NMNC 2335 01 30811 4 Care of Patients with Chronic Conditions T 1-5 p.m. 16 wks Gonzales W 6:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. R 8 a.m.-noon Prerequisites: NMNC 1210 and NMNC 1220 and NMNC 1230 and NMNC 1235; Corequisites: NMNC 2310 and NMNC 2320; permission required, call 505-428-1836

$80

NMNC 2335 02 30812 4 Care of Patients with Chronic Conditions T 1-5 p.m. 16 wks McDonald W 6:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. R 8 a.m.-noon Prerequisites: NMNC 1210 and NMNC 1220 and NMNC 1230 and NMNC 1235; Corequisites: NMNC 2310 and NMNC 2320; permission required, call 505-428-1836

$80

NMNC 2335 03 30813 4 Care of Patients with Chronic Conditions T 1-5 p.m. 16 wks Valdez W 6:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. R 8 a.m.-noon Prerequisites: NMNC 1210 and NMNC 1220 and NMNC 1230 and NMNC 1235; Corequisites: NMNC 2310 and NMNC 2320; permission required, call 505-428-1836

$80

NMNC 2410 01 30814 4

Days

Times

Health and Illness Concepts III W R 9 a.m.-noon 16 wks Loflin Prerequisites: NMNC 2310 and NMNC 2320 and NMNC 2335; Corequisites: NMNC 2435 and NMNC 2445; permission required, call 505-428-1323

$182

NMNC 2435 01 30815 4 Clinical Intensive I W R 1-5 p.m. 16 wks Erikson M U 6:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Prerequisites: NMNC 2310 and NMNC 2320 and NMNC 2335; Corequisites: NMNC 2410 and NMNC 2445; permission required, call 505-428-1323

$40

NMNC 2435 02 30816 4 Clinical Intensive I W R 1-5 p.m. 16 wks Strotman M U 6:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Prerequisites: NMNC 2310 and NMNC 2320 and NMNC 2335; Corequisites: NMNC 2410 and NMNC 2445; permission required, call 505-428-1323

$40

NMNC 2435 03 30926 4 Clinical Intensive I

$40

W R M U

1-5 p.m. 6:30 a.m.-3 p.m.

16 wks Staff 16 wks

NUTRITION School of Fitness Education, 505-428-1651 NUTR 1120 D1 30916 1

Dietary Guidelines WEB 3/23 to 5/16 8 wks Scott Prerequisite: READ 101L or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available March 23; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

NUTR 2110 01 30527 3

Human Nutrition M W 5:30-8 p.m. Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

NUTR 2110 D1 30528 3

Human Nutrition WEB 1/20 to 3/14 8 wks Willms Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

NUTR 2110 D2 30529 3

Human Nutrition WEB 3/23 to 5/16 8 wks Lopez Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available March 23; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

NUTR 2110 D3 30530 3

Human Nutrition WEB 2/3 to 5/16 14 wks Willms Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available Feb. 3; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

NUTR 2130 D1 30531 3

Nutrition in the Lifecycle WEB 3/23 to 5/16 8 wks Willms Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available March 23; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

3/23 to 5/16 8 wks

$25

Lopez

Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu


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Course ID

Credit CRN Hours Title

Days

Times

Short-Term Course Course Dates Length Instructor

Add’l Fee

NUTR 2140 D1 30532 3

Community Nutrition WEB 3/23 to 5/16 8 wks Lopez Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available March 23; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

NUTR 2150 D1 30533 3

Nutrition in Chronic Disease WEB 2/3 to 5/16 14 wks Willms Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available Feb. 3; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

NUTR 2160 D1 30535 3

Culinary Nutrition WEB 2/3 to 5/16 14 wks Scott Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available Feb. 3; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES

School of Business, Professional Studies and Education, 505-428-1308 OFTC 110 01 30332 1

Computers for Novices

F S

9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

1/24 to 1/25 2 days Cordova

BCIS 1110 01 30333 4

Fundamentals of Information Literacy and Systems

M W

11:30 a.m.-1:15 p.m.

BCIS 1110 B1 30334 4

Fundamentals of Information T 5:30-7:15 p.m. 16 wks Roybal Literacy and Systems Web-blended course; class meets on campus Tuesdays beginning Jan. 22; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

BCIS 1110 B2 30335 4

Fundamentals of Information W 5:30-7:15 p.m. 16 wks Finn-Brown $40 Web-blended course; class meets on campus Wednesdays beginning Jan. 22; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl; class meets at HEC

BCIS 1110 D1 30336 4

Fundamentals of Information WEB Literacy and Systems Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

16 wks Walker

$75

BCIS 1110 D2 30337 4

Fundamentals of Information WEB 16 wks Walker Literacy and Systems Internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl; class meets at HEC

$75

OFTC 114 01 30338 1

Introduction to Windows Covers Windows 10

F S

9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

2/7 to 2/8

2 days Storch

$10

OFTC 115 01 30339 1

Keyboarding Essentials I

F S

9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

1/31 to 2/1

2 days Rivera

$10

OFTC 116 01 30340 1

Word Essentials I Covers Word 2016

F S

9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

2/21 to 2/22 2 days Storch

$10

OFTC 117 01 30342 1

Excel Essentials I Covers Excel 2016

F S

9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

3/27 to 3/28 2 days Walker

$10

OFTC 126 01 30343 1

PowerPoint Essentials I Covers PowerPoint 2016

F S

9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

4/3 to 4/4

$10

16 wks Finn-Brown

2 days Staff

$10 $40 $40

PARALEGAL STUDIES

School of Business, Professional Studies and Education, 505-428-1308 LEGL 111 B1 30030 3

Introduction to American Law for Paralegals M 5:30-7:15 p.m. 1/20 to 4/18 12 wks Archuleta Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; web-blended course; class meets on campus Mondays, beginning Jan. 27; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

LEGL 121 B1 30292 3

Legal Research and Writing I R 5:30-8:15 p.m. 2/3 to 5/16 14 wks Haubert Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; web blended course; class meets on campus Thursdays, beginning Feb. 6; internet access required; web account available Feb. 3; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu

$50


Listings

60 SPRING 2020 CREDIT CLASS LISTINGS Course ID

Credit CRN Hours Title

Days

Times

Short-Term Course Course Dates Length Instructor

Add’l Fee

LEGL 222 B1 30293 3

Immigration Law R 5:30-7:15 p.m. 2/3 to 5/2 12 wks Staff Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; web blended course; class meets on campus Thursdays, beginning Feb. 6; internet access required; web account available Feb. 3; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

LEGL 240 D1 30037 3

Constitutional Law WEB 16 wks Willis Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

LEGL 241 B1 30294 4

Legal Research Writing II/Westlaw T 5:30-7:15 p.m. 2/3 to 5/16 14 wks Haubert $50 Prerequisite: LEGL 121 or permission; web blended course; class meets on campus Tuesdays, beginning Feb. 4; internet access required; web account available Feb. 3; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

LEGL 250 B1 30159 3

Civil Litigation W 5:30-6:45 p.m. 16 wks Willis Prerequisite: LEGL 121; Corequisite: LEGL 241; web-blended course; class meets on campus Wednesdays beginning Jan. 22; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

LEGL 298 01 30295 3

Paralegal Studies Internship ARR Permission required, call 505-428-1660 or 505-428-1524

2/3 to 5/16

$75

14 wks Archuleta

PHILOSOPHY School of Liberal Arts, 505-428-1722 PHIL 1115 01 30456 3

Introduction of Philosophy T R 10-11:15 a.m. Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Staff

PHIL 1115 D1 30457 3

Introduction of Philosophy WEB 16 wks Schiano Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

PHIL 1115 D2 30458 3

Introduction of Philosophy WEB 3/23 to 5/16 8 wks Claxton Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available March 23; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

PHIL 2120 D1 30459 3

Biomedical Ethics WEB 16 wks Primozic Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

PHIL 2125 01 30461 3

Comparative World Religions T R 1-2:15 p.m. Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

PHIL 258 D1 30460 3

Environmental Ethics and Sustainability WEB 1/20 to 3/14 8 wks Claxton Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

16 wks Carson $75

PHLEBOTOMY School of Sciences, Health, Engineering and Math, 505-428-1907 PHLB 113 B1 30020 3

Introduction to Phlebotomy T R 3-5:45 p.m. 1/20 to 3/14 8 wks Martinez Prerequisite: HLCR 113; Corequisite: PHLB 115L; web-blended course; class meets on campus Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning Jan. 21; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl; permission required, call 505-428-1907

PHLB 115L B1 30021 3

Clinical Phlebotomy I T R 6-8:30 p.m. 1/20 to 3/14 8 wks Martinez $239.37 Corequisite: PHLB 113; web-blended course; class meets on campus Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning Jan. 21; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl; permission required, call 505-428-1907; fee includes Department of Health Background check and mandatory drug test

PHLB 117 D1 30059 3

Special Practices in Phlebotomy WEB 1/20 to 3/14 8 wks Martinez Prerequisites: PHLB 113 and PHLB 115L; Corequisite: PHLB 198; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl; permission required, call 505-428-1907

PHLB 198 01 30116 2

Clinical Phlebotomy Internship ARR Prerequisites: PHLB 113 and PHLB 115L; Corequisite: PHLB 117

3/23 to 5/16 8 wks

$75

Balladares

Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu


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Course ID

Credit CRN Hours Title

Days

Times

Short-Term Course Course Dates Length Instructor

Add’l Fee

PHOTOGRAPHY School of Arts, Design and Media Arts, 505-428-1731 ARTS 1410 01 30713 3

Introduction to Photography Prerequisite: FDMA 1515

M

1-5 p.m.

16 wks Perez

$40

ARTS 1410 02 30714 3

Introduction to Photography Prerequisite: FDMA 1515

R

8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

16 wks Wilson

$40

ARTS 1414 D1 30715 3

Camera Use and the Art of Seeing WEB 3/23 to 5/16 8 wks Internet access required; web account available March 23; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

ARTS 1415 01 30716 3

Photographing Artwork

W

1-5 p.m.

16 wks Bishop

$40

ARTS 2410 01 30717 3

Black & White Photography

R

1-5 p.m.

16 wks Bishop

$40

ARTS 2415 01 30718 3

Alternative Photographic Processes II Prerequisite: ARTS 1412

T

5:30-9:30 p.m.

16 wks Wilson

$40

ARTS 2417 01 30982 3

Fashion Photography

W

1-5 p.m.

16 wks Estes

ARTS 2520 01 30720 3

Digital Photography II Prerequisite: ARTS 1410

T

1-5 p.m.

16 wks Wilson

$40

ARTS 2520 02 30721 3

Digital Photography II Prerequisite: ARTS 1410

R

5:30-9:30 p.m.

16 wks Perez

$40

Tumer

$75

PHYSICAL EDUCATION School of Fitness Education, 505-428-1651 PHED 1140 03 30537 1

Zumba

T R

11-11:50 a.m.

16 wks Lopez-Trask

$100

PHED 1140 A1 30534 1

Zumba

M W

11-11:50 a.m.

16 wks Coulter

$100

PHED 1140 A2 30536 1

Zumba

M W

5:30-6:20 p.m.

16 wks Pacheco

$100

PHED 1140 A4 30538 1

Zumba

T R

noon-12:50 p.m.

16 wks Coulter

$100

PHED 1210 01 30539 1

Basketball

T R

noon-1 p.m.

16 wks Montoya

$100

PHED 1230 01 30540 1

Individual Sport: Tennis

M W

10-11:35 a.m.

3/23 to 5/16 8 wks

King

$100

PHED 1230 02 30541 1

Individual Sport: Tennis

T R

5:30-7:05 p.m.

3/23 to 5/16 8 wks

Britt

$100

PHED 1290 A1 30542 1

Team Sport: Pickleball

M

10-11:50 a.m.

16 wks Hall

$100

PHED 1290 A2 30543 1

Team Sport: Pickleball

W

10-11:50 a.m.

16 wks Hall

$100

PHED 1290 A3 30544 1

Team Sport: Pickleball

S

9:10-11 a.m.

16 wks Hall

$100

PHED 1310 01 30545 1

Swim I: Beginning Swimming

M W

9:40-11:15 a.m.

PHED 1310 02 30546 1

Swim I: Beginning Swimming

T R

PHED 1310 A3 30547 1

Swim I: Beginning Swimming

T R

PHED 1320 A1 30548 1

1/20 to 3/14 8 wks

Duran

$100

noon-12:50 p.m.

16 wks Duran

$100

7-7:50 p.m.

16 wks Gebhart

$100

Aqua Fit: Swimming Fitness Program ARR Internet access required for online orientation

16 wks Duran

$100

PHED 1320 B01 30549 1

Aqua Fit: Warm Water Exercise M W Water temperature is 90-91 degrees Fahrenheit

10-10:50 a.m.

16 wks McDaniel

$100

PHED 1320 B02 30550 1

Aqua Fit: Warm Water Exercise M W Water temperature is 90-91 degrees Fahrenheit

11-11:50 a.m.

16 wks McDaniel

$100

PHED 1320 B03 30551 1

Aqua Fit: Warm Water Exercise M W Water temperature is 90-91 degrees Fahrenheit

12:40-1:30 p.m.

16 wks Britt

$100

PHED 1320 B04 30911 1

Aqua Fit: Warm Water Exercise M W Water temperature is 90-91 degrees Fahrenheit

5:45-6:35 p.m.

16 wks Gebhart

$100

Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu


Listings

62 SPRING 2020 CREDIT CLASS LISTINGS Course ID

Credit CRN Hours Title

Days

Times

Short-Term Course Course Dates Length Instructor

Add’l Fee

PHED 1320 B05 30552 1

Aqua Fit: Warm Water Exercise M W F Water temperature is 90-91 degrees Fahrenheit

8:30-9:35 a.m.

1/20 to 3/14 8 wks

Britt

$100

PHED 1320 B06 30553 1

Aqua Fit: Warm Water Exercise M W F Water temperature is 90-91 degrees Fahrenheit

8:30-9:35 a.m.

3/23 to 5/16 8 wks

Britt

$100

PHED 1320 B07 30554 1

Aqua Fit: Warm Water Exercise T R Water temperature is 90-91 degrees Fahrenheit

9-9:50 a.m.

16 wks Britt

$100

PHED 1320 B08 30555 1

Aqua Fit: Warm Water Exercise T R Water temperature is 90-91 degrees Fahrenheit

11-11:50 a.m.

16 wks Taylor

$100

PHED 1320 B09 30556 1

Aqua Fit: Warm Water Exercise T R Water temperature is 90-91 degrees Fahrenheit

12:10-1 p.m.

16 wks Trujillo

$100

PHED 1320 B10 30557 1

Aqua Fit: Warm Water Exercise T R Water temperature is 90-91 degrees Fahrenheit

5:45-6:35 p.m.

16 wks Gebhart

$100

PHED 1320 D01 30558 1

Aqua Fit: Deep Water Aerobics

T R

8:30-9:20 a.m.

16 wks Johnson

$100

PHED 1320 E01 30559 1

Aqua Fit: Deep and Shallow Combo

M W

6:40-7:30 a.m.

16 wks Hillyer

$100

PHED 1320 E02 30912 1

Aqua Fit: Deep and Shallow Combo

T R

1-1:50 p.m.

16 wks Chattey

$100

PHED 1320 F01 30560 1

Aqua Fit: Senior Aquatics

M W

8:40-9:30 a.m.

16 wks McDaniel

$100

PHED 1320 F02 30561 1

Aqua Fit: Senior Aquatics

M W F

11:30 a.m.-12:35 p.m.

1/20 to 3/14 8 wks

Gebhart

$100

PHED 1320 F03 31086 1

Aqua Fit: Senior Aquatics

M W F

11:30 a.m.-12:35 p.m.

3/23 to 5/16 8 wks

Gebhart

$100

PHED 1320 G01 30562 1

Aqua Fit: Aqua Zumba

M W

3-3:50 p.m.

16 wks Pacheco

$100

PHED 1410 A01 30563 1

Yoga: Beginning Yoga

M W

7:30-8:25 a.m.

2/3 to 5/16

14 wks Staff

$100

PHED 1410 A02 30564 1

Yoga: Beginning Yoga

M W

10:30-11:25 a.m.

2/3 to 5/16

14 wks McHugh

$100

PHED 1410 A03 30565 1

Yoga: Beginning Yoga

T R

7-7:55 a.m.

2/3 to 5/16

14 wks Staff

$100

PHED 1410 A04 30566 1

Yoga: Beginning Yoga

T R

8:30-9:25 a.m.

2/3 to 5/16

14 wks Sloane

$100

PHED 1410 A05 30567 1

Yoga: Beginning Yoga

T R

11:15 a.m.-12:50 p.m.

1/20 to 3/14 8 wks

Kerr

$100

PHED 1410 A06 30568 1

Yoga: Beginning Yoga

T R

11:15 a.m.-12:50 p.m.

3/23 to 5/16 8 wks

Kerr

$100

PHED 1410 A07 30569 1

Yoga: Beginning Yoga

T R

4:15-5:10 p.m.

2/3 to 5/16

PHED 1410 A08 30570 1

Yoga: Beginning Yoga

T R

5:30-7:05 p.m.

1/20 to 3/14 8 wks

PHED 1410 A09 30571 1

Yoga: Beginning Yoga

F

5-6:50 p.m.

16 wks Staff

$100

PHED 1410 B01 30572 1

Yoga: Gentle Yoga

T R

10-10:55 a.m.

14 wks Kerr

$100

PHED 1430 A01 30573 1

Pilates

M W

1-1:50 p.m.

16 wks Sanchez

$100

PHED 1430 A02 30574 1

Pilates

M W

5:30-6:20 p.m.

16 wks Sanchez

$100

PHED 1430 B01 30575 1

Pilates: Gentle Pilates

T R

11-11:50 a.m.

16 wks Sanchez

$100

PHED 1430 B02 30576 1

Pilates: Gentle Pilates

T R

5:30-6:25 p.m.

14 wks Holmes

$100

PHED 1440 01 30577 1

Tai Chi

M W

9-9:50 a.m.

16 wks DeMarco

$100

PHED 1440 02 30913 1

Tai Chi

M W

10-10:50 a.m.

16 wks DeMarco

$100

PHED 1460 B01 30578 1

Conditioning: Abdominals, Hips and Thighs T R

6:30-7:20 p.m.

16 wks Guillen

$100

PHED 1460 C01 30579 1

Conditioning: Flexibility and Conditioning for Seniors

M W

10-10:50 a.m.

16 wks Pendleton

$100

PHED 1460 D01 30580 1

Conditioning: Suspension Training

T R

4:30-5:20 p.m.

16 wks Sanchez

$100

2/3 to 5/16

2/3 to 5/16

14 wks Monsour Monsour

Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu

$100 $100


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Course ID

Credit CRN Hours Title

Days

Times

Short-Term Course Course Dates Length Instructor 2/3 to 5/16

PHED 1460 D02 30581 1

Conditioning: Suspension Training

T R

noon-12:55 p.m.

PHED 1460 E01 30582 1

Conditioning: Cardio Chisel

T R

PHED 1510 A01 30583 1

Training: Body Sculpting

PHED 1510 A02 30914 1

Add’l Fee

14 wks Pendleton

$100

1-1:50 p.m.

16 wks Coulter

$100

M W

noon-12:50 p.m.

16 wks Coulter

$100

Training: Body Sculpting

T R

5:30-6:20 p.m.

16 wks Bear

$100

PHED 1510 B01 30584 1

Training: Kickboxing

M W

4-4:50 p.m.

16 wks Garcia

$100

PHED 1510 C01 30585 1

Training: Resistance Training

M W

10-10:50 a.m.

16 wks Beam

$100

PHED 1510 D0130586 1

Training: Resistance Training for Women

M W

2-2:50 p.m.

16 wks Sanchez

$100

PHED 1510 E01 30587 1

Training: Circuit Training

T R

10-10:50 a.m.

16 wks Coulter

$100

PHED 1510 F01 30588 1

Training: Boot Camp

M W

5:30-7:05 p.m.

1/20 to 3/14 8 wks

Garcia

$100

PHED 1510 F02 30589 1

Training: Boot Camp

M W

5:30-7:05 p.m.

3/23 to 5/16 8 wks

Garcia

$100

PHED 1510 F03 30590 1

Training: Boot Camp

T R

9-9:50 a.m.

PHED 1610 01 30591 1

16 wks Pendleton

$100

Fitness for Life ARR Internet access required for online orientation

16 wks Beam

$100

PHED 1610 02 30592 1

Fitness for Life ARR Internet access required for online orientation

16 wks Duran

$100

PHED 1610 03 30593 1

Fitness for Life ARR Internet access required for online orientation

16 wks Pendleton

$100

PHED 1610 04 30594 1

Fitness for Life ARR Internet access required for online orientation

16 wks Beam

$100

PHED 1610 05 30595 1

Fitness for Life

ARR

3/23 to 5/16 8 wks

PHED 1620 A01 30597 1

Fitness: Indoor Fitness Cycling

M W

noon-12:55 p.m.

2/3 to 5/16

PHED 1620 A02 30598 1

Fitness: Indoor Fitness Cycling

T R

PHED 1620 A03 30599 1

Fitness: Indoor Fitness Cycling

PHED 1620 C01 30600 1

Beam

$100

14 wks Trujillo

$100

6:40-7:30 a.m.

16 wks Hillyer

$100

T R

5:30-6:25 p.m.

14 wks Garcia

$100

Fitness: Fitness for Older Adults

M W

9-9:50 a.m.

16 wks Jackson

$100

PHED 1620 C02 30601 1

Fitness: Fitness for Older Adults

T R

9-9:50 a.m.

16 wks Jackson

$100

PHED 1710 D01 30602 1

Martial Arts: Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

F

3:30-5:15 p.m.

16 wks Whitney

$100

PHED 1910 A01 30603 1

Outdoor Experience: Hiking

F

8:15 a.m.-2:30 p.m.

4/17 to 5/8

4 wks

Jannsen-Kerr

$100

PHED 1910 B01 30604 1

Outdoor Experience: Snowshoeing

S

9 a.m.-3:15 p.m.

1/25 to 2/15 4 wks

Bergen

$100

PHED 2310 01 30605 1

Swimming II: Intermediate Swimming

M W

9:40-11:15 a.m.

3/23 to 5/16 8 wks

Duran

$100

PHED 2310 02 30915 1

Swimming II: Intermediate Swimming

M W

6-6:50 p.m.

PHED 2310 03 30606 1

Swimming II: Intermediate Swimming

T R

9:40-11:15 a.m.

3/23 to 5/16 8 wks

Duran

$100

PHED 2310 04 30607 1

Swimming II: Intermediate Swimming

T R

9:40-11:15 a.m.

1/20 to 3/14 8 wks

Duran

$100

PHED 2310 05 30608 1

Swimming II: Intermediate Swimming

F

9-10:50 a.m.

16 wks Duran

$100

PHED 2320 A01 30609 1

Aqua Fit II: Advanced Swimming and Conditioning

M W

4-5:35 p.m.

1/20 to 3/14 8 wks

Duran

$100

PHED 2320 A02 30611 1

Aqua Fit II: Advanced Swimming and Conditioning

M W

4-5:35 p.m.

3/23 to 5/16 8 wks

Murphy

$100

PHED 2320 A03 30612 1

Aqua Fit II: Advanced Swimming and Conditioning

T R

6:35-7:25 a.m.

2/3 to 5/16

16 wks Leighton

16 wks Britt

Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu

$100

$100


Listings

64 SPRING 2020 CREDIT CLASS LISTINGS Course ID

Credit CRN Hours Title

Days

Times

Short-Term Course Course Dates Length Instructor

PHED 2320 B01 30610 1

Aqua Fit II: Aqua Boot Camp

M W

7:40-8:30 a.m.

16 wks McDaniel

PHED 2410 B01 30613 1

Yoga II: Intermediate Yoga

M W

6-7:35 p.m.

3/23 to 5/16 8 wks

PHED 2410 C01 30614 1

Yoga II: Multi-Level Yoga

M W

9-9:55 a.m.

PHED 2410 C02 30615 1

Yoga II: Multi-Level Yoga

M W

PHED 2410 C03 30616 1

Yoga II: Multi-Level Yoga

PHED 2410 C04 30617 1

Add’l Fee $100

Monsour

$100

2/3 to 5/16

14 wks McHugh

$100

noon-12:55 p.m.

2/3 to 5/16

14 wks Jannsen-Kerr

$100

M W

4:10-5:45 p.m.

1/20 to 3/14 8 wks

Monsour

$100

Yoga II: Multi-Level Yoga

M W

4:10-5:45 p.m.

3/23 to 5/16 8 wks

Monsour

$100

PHED 2410 C05 30618 1

Yoga II: Multi-Level Yoga

M W

6-7:35 p.m.

1/20 to 3/14 8 wks

Monsour

$100

PHED 2410 C06 30619 1

Yoga II: Multi-Level Yoga

T R

10-10:55 a.m.

2/3 to 5/16

PHED 2410 C07 30620 1

Yoga II: Multi-Level Yoga

T R

5:30-7:05 p.m.

3/23 to 5/16 8 wks

PHED 2410 C08 30621 1

Yoga II: Multi-Level Yoga

F

PHED 2410 C09 30622 1

Yoga II: Multi-Level Yoga

PHED 2430 01 30623 1 PHED 2440 01 30624 1

14 wks Sloane

$100

Monsour

$100

9-10:50 a.m.

16 wks Monsour

$100

S

9:15-11 a.m.

16 wks Sloane

$100

Pilates II: Intermediate Pilates

T R

10-10:50 a.m.

16 wks Jackson

$100

Tai Chi II

M W

8-8:50 a.m.

16 wks DeMarco

$100

PHYSICS School of Sciences, Health, Engineering and Math, 505-428-1754 PHYS 1115 01 30894 3

Survey of Physics M W 5:30-6:45 p.m. 16 wks Friedman Prerequisites: ENGL 109 and MATH 1215 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; Corequisite: PHYS 1115L

PHYS 1115L 01 30895 1

Survey of Physics Laboratory Corequisite: PHYS 1115

PHYS 1240 01 30896 3

W

7-9:30 p.m.

16 wks Friedman

Algebra-based Physics II M W Prerequisite: PHYS 1230; Corequisite: PHYS 1240L

1-2:15 p.m.

16 wks Friedman

PHYS 1240L 01 30897 1

Algebra-based Physics II Laboratory Corequisite: PHYS 1240

2:30-5 p.m.

16 wks Friedman

PHYS 1320 01 30898 3

Calculus-based Physics II T R Prerequisite: PHYS 1310; Corequisite: PHYS 1320L

5:30-6:45 p.m.

16 wks Friedman

PHYS 1320L 01 30899 1

Calculus-based Physics II Lab Corequisite: PHYS 1320

7-9:30 p.m.

16 wks Friedman

W

T

$20

$20

$20

POLITICAL SCIENCE School of Liberal Arts, 505-428-1722 POLS 2210 D1 30462 3

New Mexico Government WEB 3/23 to 5/16 8 wks Staff Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available March 23; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

PORTUGUESE School of Liberal Arts, 505-428-1722 PORT 1120 01 30463 4

Portuguese II

M W

5:30-7:15 p.m.

PORT 1135L 01 30454 1

Portuguese Language Lab

ARR

16 wks EL Kadi 16 wks Chavez Hunt

PRINTMAKING AND BOOK ARTS

School of Arts, Design and Media Arts, 505-428-1731 ARTS 1152L 00 30722 3

Intaglio I Prerequisite: ARTS 1710

M

noon-5:15 p.m.

16 wks Lynch

$70

ARTS 1160L 01 30723 3

Letterpress Prerequisite: ARTS 1710

F

9 a.m.-2:15 p.m.

16 wks Bourland

$70

Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu


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Course ID

Credit CRN Hours Title

Days

Times

Short-Term Course Course Dates Length Instructor

Add’l Fee

ARTS 1165L 01 30724 3

Monotype Printmaking Prerequisite: ARTS 1610 or ARTS 1710

R

3-8 p.m.

16 wks Calhoun

$70

ARTS 1710 01 30725 3

Introduction to Printmaking Prerequisite: ARTS 1610

T

noon-5:15 p.m.

16 wks Lynch

$70

ARTS 1750 01 31112 3

Papermaking I Prerequisite: ARTS 1610

W

9 a.m.-2:15 p.m.

16 wks Fluke

$60

ARTS 2720 01 30726 3

Advanced Book Arts

R

9 a.m.-2:15 p.m.

16 wks Fluke

$70

PSYCHOLOGY School of Liberal Arts, 505-428-1722 PSYC 1110 01 30464 3

Introduction to Psychology M W 2:30-3:45 p.m. Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Staff

PSYC 1110 02 30465 3

Introduction to Psychology T R 11:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m. Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Staff

PSYC 1110 03 30466 3

Introduction to Psychology T R 5:30-6:45 p.m. Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Alexander

PSYC 1110 D1 30467 3

Introduction to Psychology WEB 1/20 to 3/14 8 wks Douglass Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

PSYC 1110 D2 30468 3

Introduction to Psychology WEB 1/20 to 3/14 8 wks Staff Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

PSYC 1110 D3 30469 3

Introduction to Psychology WEB 3/23 to 5/16 8 wks Staff Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available March 23; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

PSYC 1110 D4 30470 3

Introduction to Psychology WEB 3/23 to 5/16 8 wks Staff Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available March 23; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

PSYC 1160 01 30471 3

Communication and Counseling Skills T R 10-11:15 a.m. Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Alexander

PSYC 2110 01 30472 3

Social Psychology T R 11:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m. Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Breneiser

PSYC 2120 01 30473 3

Developmental Psychology M W noon-1:15 p.m. Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Staff

PSYC 2120 02 30474 3

Developmental Psychology T R 10-11:15 a.m. Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Amedeo-Marquez

PSYC 2120 D1 30476 3

Developmental Psychology WEB 16 wks Staff Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

PSYC 2120 D2 30477 3

Developmental Psychology WEB 1/20 to 3/14 8 wks Staff Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

PSYC 2120 D3 30478 3

Developmental Psychology WEB 3/23 to 5/16 8 wks Staff Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available March 23; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

PSYC 2210 01 30479 3

Abnormal Psychology Prerequisite: PSYC 1110

T R

2:30-3:45 p.m.

16 wks Alexander

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66 SPRING 2020 CREDIT CLASS LISTINGS Course ID

Credit CRN Hours Title

Days

Times

Short-Term Course Course Dates Length Instructor

Add’l Fee

PSYC 2260 D1 30480 3

Positive Psychology Prerequisite: PSYC 1110

WEB

16 wks Staff

$75

PSYC 2270 B1 30481 3

Psychology of Learning and Memory Prerequisite: PSYC 1110

T

5:30-6:45 p.m.

16 wks Breneiser

PSYC 2350 01 30482 3

Psychology of Gender Prerequisite: PSYC 1110

T R

4-5:15 p.m.

16 wks Alexander

PSYC 2510 01 30483 3

Statistical Principles for Psychology Prerequisite: PSYC 1110

T R

8:30-9:45 a.m.

16 wks Staff

READ 100L 01 30010 2 Reading Fluency and Vocabulary M W Development Appropriate placement score required, see Page 11

8:30-10:15 a.m.

16 wks Staff

READ 100L 02 30015 2 Reading Fluency and Vocabulary T R Development Appropriate placement score required, see Page 11

2:30-4:15 p.m.

16 wks Kittredge

READING School of Liberal Arts, 505-428-1722

READ 100L B1 30177 2 Reading Fluency and Vocabulary W 10:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m. 16 wks Stern Development Appropriate placement score required, see Page 11; web-blended course; class meets on campus Wednesdays beginning Jan. 22; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl READ 101L 01 30011 2

Critical Reading Across the Disciplines T R 2:30-4:15 p.m. Prerequisite: READ 100L or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Pressler

READ 101L 02 30023 2

Critical Reading Across the Disciplines M W 12:30-2:15 p.m. Prerequisite: READ 100L or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Eannarino

READ 101L 03 30016 2

Critical Reading Across the Disciplines T R 8:30-10:15 a.m. Prerequisite: READ 100L or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Staff

READ 101L 04 30954 2

Critical Reading Across the Disciplines M W 2:30-4:15 p.m. Prerequisite: READ 100L or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Eannarino

READ 101L D1 30185 2

Critical Reading Across the Disciplines WEB 16 wks Stern Prerequisite: READ 100L or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$50

RESPIRATORY CARE School of Sciences, Health, Engineering and Math, 505-428-1754 RESP 160 01 30344 5

Ventilator Management Permission required, call 505-428-1723

M T W R

8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.

2/24 to 3/29 5 wks

Barrera

$50

RESP 162 01 30345 4

Cardiopulmonary Diagnostics Permission required, call 505-428-1723

M T W R

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

1/13 to 2/8

4 wks

Ellis

$50

RESP 164 01 30346 2

Cardiopulmonary Pathophysiology II Permission required, call 505-428-1723

M W

9 a.m.-noon

4/13 to 5/3

3 wks

Wolf

RESP 164 02 30347 2

Cardiopulmonary Pathophysiology II Permission required, call 505-428-1723

R

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

4/13 to 5/3

3 wks

Wolf

RESP 166 01 30348 1

Cardiopulmonary Pharmacology II Permission required, call 505-428-1723

M W

1-4 p.m.

4/13 to 5/3

3 wks

Wolf

RESP 170L 01 30108 4

Respiratory Care Clinical II Permission required, call 505-428-1723

ARR

16 wks Staff

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Course ID

Credit CRN Hours Title

Days

Times

Short-Term Course Course Dates Length Instructor

Add’l Fee

RESP 170L 02 30121 4

Respiratory Care Clinical II Permission required, call 505-428-1723

ARR

16 wks Staff

RESP 170L 03 30932 4

Respiratory Care Clinical II Permission required, call 505-428-1723

ARR

16 wks Staff

SCULPTURE School of Arts, Design and Media Arts, 505-428-1731 ARTS 1280 01 30727 3

Santeros: Craft and Tradition

F

10 a.m.-2:45 p.m.

16 wks Lopez

$45

ARTS 1282 01 30728 3

Introduction to New Mexico Tinwork

S

9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

14 wks Lopez

$60

ARTS 1830 01 30729 3

Shop Foundation

T

8:30-11:45 a.m.

16 wks Boyce

$60

ARTS 1840 01 30730 3

Sculpture I

T R

5-7:30 p.m.

16 wks Hul

$60

ARTS 2840 01 30731 3

Sculpture II Prerequisite: ARTS 1840

R

noon-4:45 p.m.

16 wks Boyce

$60

ARTS 2844L 01 30732 3

Stone Sculpture Prerequisite: ARTS 1840

T

noon-4:45 p.m.

16 wks Saxe

$60

ARTS 2845L 01 30985 3

Mixed Media Sculpture Prerequisite: ARTS 1830

W

noon-4:45 p.m.

16 wks Boyce

$60

ARTS 2846L 01 30733 3

Glass Sculpture Prerequisite: ARTS 1840

R

noon-4:45 p.m.

16 wks Morrissey

$85

ARTS 2847L 01 30734 3

Metal Sculpture II Prerequisite: ARTS 1840

F

noon-4:45 p.m.

16 wks Thomas

ARTS 2848L 01 30735 3

Mold Making for Sculptors

S

8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.

14 wks Hul

$60

ARTS 2857L 01 30736

Sculpture: Advanced Projects M Prerequisite: ARTS 1840 and ARTS 1830 and ARTS 2840

16 wks Staff

$70

2/3 to 5/16

2/3 to 5/16

noon-4:45 p.m.

$100

SOCIOLOGY School of Liberal Arts, 505-428-1722 SOCI 1110 01 30484 3

Introduction to Sociology M W 2:30-3:45 p.m. Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Amedeo-Marquez

SOCI 1110 02 30485 3

Introduction to Sociology T R 10-11:15 a.m. Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Staff

SOCI 1110 D1 30486 3

Introduction to Sociology WEB 1/20 to 3/14 8 wks Mahoney Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

SOCI 1110 D2 30487 3

Introduction to Sociology WEB 3/23 to 5/16 8 wks Staff Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available March 23; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

SOCI 2255 D1 30488 3

Race, Class, and Gender WEB 16 wks Melton Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

SOCI 2260 D1 30489 3

Sociology of Aging WEB 16 wks Melton Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu


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68 SPRING 2020 CREDIT CLASS LISTINGS Course ID

Credit CRN Hours Title

Days

Times

Short-Term Course Course Dates Length Instructor

Add’l Fee

SOLAR ENERGY School of Trades, Advanced Technologies and Sustainability, 505-428-1295 SOLR 111 01 30933 1

Introduction to Solar Energy

T R

3-5:15 p.m.

1/21 to 2/16 4 wks

Staff

SOLR 121 01 30048 3

Design and Installation of Photovoltaic Systems I

T

12:30-3 p.m.

16 wks Wilson

$25

SOLR 131 01 30049 3

Design and Installation of Solar Hot Water Systems

W

12:30-2:55 p.m.

16 wks Wilson

$25

SOLR 221 01 30284 3

Design and Installation of Photovoltaic Systems II Prerequisite: SOLR 121

M

5-7:30 p.m.

16 wks Combs

$25

SOLR 231 01 30285 3

Advanced Solar Thermal Design Prerequisite: SOLR 131

F

9 a.m.-noon

16 wks Wilson

SOLR 298 01 30286 3

Solar Internship

ARR

16 wks Wilson

SPANISH School of Liberal Arts, 505-428-1722 SPAN 101 01 30129 2

Introduction to Spanish

T R

11:30 a.m.-12:20 p.m.

16 wks Staff

SPAN 1110 01 30490 4

Spanish I

M W

10 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

14 wks Staff

SPAN 1110 02 30491 4

Spanish I

M W

12:30-2:15 p.m.

16 wks Staff

SPAN 1110 03 30492 4

Spanish I

T R

2:30-4:15 p.m.

16 wks Staff

SPAN 1110 04 30493 4

Spanish I

T R

5:30-7:15 p.m.

16 wks Staff

SPAN 1120 01 30494 4

Spanish II

T R

10:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

16 wks Staff

SPAN 1125 01 30495 3

Conversational Spanish I

T R

1-2:15 p.m.

16 wks Staff

SPAN 1126L 01 30496 1

Spanish Lab

ARR

16 wks Staff

SPAN 2110 01 30955 3

Spanish III Prerequisite: SPAN 1120

T R

5:30-7:15 p.m.

16 wks Staff

SPAN 2120 01 30497 3

Spanish IV

M W

5:30-6:45 p.m.

16 wks Staff

SPAN 2121 01 30956 4

Spanish Grammar and Composition Prerequisite: SPAN 2110

T R

2:30-4:15 p.m.

16 wks Staff

SPAN 2510 01 30957 3

Introduction to Hispanic Literature Prerequisite: SPAN 2110

T R

5:30-7:15 p.m.

16 wks Staff

2/3 to 5/16

SPEECH School of Liberal Arts, 505-428-1722 COMM 1130 01 30498 3

Public Speaking M W 10-11:15 a.m. Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Ross

COMM 1130 02 30499 3

Public Speaking M W 2:30-3:45 p.m. Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Franco

COMM 1130 03 30500 3

Public Speaking T R 10-11:15 a.m. Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Lovato

COMM 1130 04 30501 3

Public Speaking T R 11:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m. Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Pressler

COMM 1130 05 30958 3

Public Speaking T 5:30-8:15 p.m. Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Lovato

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Course ID

Credit CRN Hours Title

Days

Times

Short-Term Course Course Dates Length Instructor

Add’l Fee

COMM 2120 01 30502 3

Interpersonal Communication M W 11:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m. Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Ross

COMM 2120 D1 30503 3

Interpersonal Communication WEB 16 wks Lovato Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

COMM 2120 D2 30504 3

Interpersonal Communication WEB 16 wks Lovato Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11; internet access required; web account available Jan. 21; for information, visit www.sfcc.edu/otl

$75

COMM 2140 01 30505 3

Small Group Communication T R 1-2:15 p.m. Prerequisite: ENGL 109 or appropriate placement score, see Page 11

16 wks Lovato

WATER TECHNOLOGY

School of Trades, Advanced Technologies and Sustainability, 505-428-1295 WATR 166 01 30066 4

Microbiology for Water Treatment Operators T R

1:30-3:30 p.m.

16 wks Gomez

WATR 215 01 30289 3

Permits, Regulations and Water Resource Management Prerequisite: WATR 111

T R

noon-1:15 p.m.

16 wks Rodke

WATR 260 01 30290 4

Advanced Water Treatment Technologies Prerequisite: WATR 160

T R

4-5:45 p.m.

16 wks Rodke

WATR 290 01 30291 3

Water Operator Certification Review

T R

6-7:15 p.m.

16 wks Rodke

WELDING School of Trades, Advanced Technologies and Sustainability, 505-428-1295 WELD 112 01 30071 4

Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) II Prerequisite: WELD 111

M W

8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

1/20 to 3/14 8 wks

Lovato

$50

WELD 112 02 30117 4

Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) II Prerequisite: WELD 111

M W

3:30-8:30 p.m.

1/20 to 3/14 8 wks

Felix

$50

WELD 122 01 30072 4

Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) II Prerequisite: WELD 121

M W

8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

3/23 to 5/16 8 wks

Lovato

$50

WELD 122 02 30118 4

Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) II Prerequisite: WELD 121

M W

3:30-8:30 p.m.

3/23 to 5/16 8 wks

Felix

$50

WELD 132 01 30073 4

Gas Metal and Flux Cored Arc Welding II Prerequisite: WELD 131

T R

8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

1/20 to 3/14 8 wks

Lovato

$50

WELD 132 02 30119 4

Gas Metal and Flux Cored Arc Welding II Prerequisite: WELD 131

T R

3:30-8:30 p.m.

1/20 to 3/14 8 wks

Felix

$50

WELD 211 01 30153 4

Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) III

T R

8:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m.

3/23 to 5/16 8 wks

Lovato

$50

WELD 211 02 30154 4

Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) III

T R

3:30-7:45 p.m.

3/23 to 5/16 8 wks

Felix

$50

WOODWORKING School of Arts, Design and Media Arts, 505-428-1731 WOOD 1110 01 30737 5

Introduction to the Fine Art of Woodworking M W

5:30-9 p.m.

16 wks Ouwehand

$110

WOOD 1110 02 30738 5

Introduction to the Fine Art of Woodworking R

9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

16 wks Gamble

$110

WOOD 1120 01 30739 5

Introduction to Hand Tools Prerequisite: WOOD 1110

T R

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

16 wks Jones

$105

WOOD 1150 01 30740 5

Introduction to Joinery Prerequisite: WOOD 1110

M W

1-4:30 p.m.

16 wks Buechley

$105

Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu


Listings

70 SPRING 2020 CREDIT CLASS LISTINGS Course ID

Credit CRN Hours Title

Days

Times

Short-Term Course Course Dates Length Instructor

Add’l Fee

WOOD 1170 01 30741 3

The Artful Box

R

1-5 p.m.

16 wks Staff

$50

WOOD 1185 01 30743 3

CNC for Fine Woodworking

M W

1-3 p.m.

16 wks Simon

$80

WOOD 1250 01 30744 3

Introduction to Finishing

T

9 a.m.-5 p.m.

WOOD 1610 01 30745 3

Introduction to Woodturning

M

8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

WOOD 1610 02 30988 3

Introduction to Woodturning

T R

1-5 p.m.

1/20 to 3/14 8 wks

Myers

$75

WOOD 1620 01 30746 3

Advanced Wood Turning Prerequisite: WOOD 1610

T R

1-5 p.m.

3/23 to 5/16 8 wks

Myers

$75

WOOD 1625 01 30747 2

Woodturning Studio Prerequisite: WOOD 1620

R

9 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

16 wks Myers

$50

WOOD 1625 02 30748 2

Woodturning Studio Prerequisite: WOOD 1620

S

9 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

16 wks Reinhardt

$50

WOOD 1710 01 30749 3

Introduction to Woodcarving

T

1-5 p.m.

16 wks Ytuarte

$75

WOOD 1720 01 30750 3

Advanced Woodcarving Prerequisite: WOOD 1710

F

8:30 a.m.-1 p.m.

16 wks Dimitrov

$75

WOOD 1720 02 30751 3

Advanced Woodcarving Prerequisite: WOOD 1710

F

1:30-6 p.m.

16 wks Dimitrov

$75

WOOD 1810 01 30753 3

Basic Woodworking Projects Prerequisite: WOOD 1110

T

9 a.m.-5 p.m.

WOOD 1810 02 30754 3

Basic Woodworking Projects Prerequisite: WOOD 1110

R

5:30-9:30 p.m.

16 wks Neander

$40

WOOD 2140 01 30755 5

Advanced Furniture Making F Prerequisite: WOOD 1150 and WOOD 1310

9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

16 wks Neander

$40

WOOD 2810 01 30756 5

Advanced Woodworking Projects S 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Prerequisite: WOOD 1150 or permission, call 505-428-1741

16 wks Blackwell

$40

WOOD 2980 01 30989 5

Furniture Studio M W 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Prerequisite: WOOD 2140 or permission, call 505-428-1741

16 wks Jones

$40

1/20 to 3/14 8 wks

Gamble

16 wks Reinhardt

3/23 to 5/16 8 wks

Ouwehand

Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu

$75 $75

$40


Final Exams SPRING CREDIT 2020 CLASS FINAL LISTINGS EXAMFALL SCHEDULE 71 2019 71

FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE Class Meeting Day(s)

Class Start Time

Exam Date

Exam Time

M W F or M or W or F or M W

8:30 a.m. 11:30 a.m. 2:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m.

Mon. 5/11 Mon. 5/11 Mon. 5/11 Mon. 5/11 Mon. 5/11

8:30-10:20 a.m. 11:30 a.m.-1:20 p.m. 2:30-4:20 p.m. 5:30-7:20 p.m. 7:30-9:20 p.m.

T R or T R F or T or R

8:30 a.m. 11:30 a.m. 2:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m.

Tue. 5/12 Tue. 5/12 Tue. 5/12 Tue. 5/12 Tue. 5/12

8:30-10:20 a.m. 11:30 a.m.-1:20 p.m. 2:30-4:20 p.m. 5:30-7:20 p.m. 7:30-9:20 p.m.

M W F or M or W or F or M W

7 a.m. 8 a.m. 10 a.m. 1 p.m. 4 p.m. 8:30 p.m.

Wed. 5/13 Wed. 5/13 Wed. 5/13 Wed. 5/13 Wed. 5/13 Wed. 5/13

7-8:50 a.m. 8-9:50 a.m. 10-11:50 a.m. 1-2:50 p.m. 4-5:50 p.m. 7-8:50 p.m.

T R or T R F or T or R

7 a.m. 8 a.m. 10 a.m. 1 p.m. 4 p.m. 8:30 p.m.

Thur. 5/14 Thur. 5/14 Thur. 5/14 Thur. 5/14 Thur. 5/14 Thur. 5/14

7-8:50 a.m. 8-9:50 a.m. 10-11:50 a.m. 1-2:50 p.m. 4-5:50 p.m. 7-8:50 p.m.

F S or F or S

7 a.m. 8 a.m. 10 a.m. 1 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 or 7:30 or 8:30 p.m.

Fri. 5/15 Fri. 5/15 Fri. 5/15 Fri. 5/15 Fri. 5/15 Fri. 5/15

7-8:50 a.m. 8-9:50 a.m. 10-11:50 a.m. 1-2:50 p.m. 4-5:50 p.m. 7-8:50 p.m.

F S or F or S

8:30 a.m. 11:30 a.m. 2:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m.

Sat. 5/16 Sat. 5/16 Sat. 5/16 Sat. 5/16

8:30-10:20 a.m. 11:30 a.m.-1:20 p.m. 2:30-4:20 p.m. 5:30-7:20 p.m.

If your class meets at a time that is not listed on this schedule, your exam for that course will be at the closest time period listed. Example: A 9 a.m. M W course exam should be given at 8:30 a.m. on Monday. Always verify your exam time with your instructor.

Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu


Late Starting

72 SHORT-TERM/LATE-STARTING CLASSES SPRING 2020

SHORT-TERM/LATE-STARTING CLASSES HRMG 118 D1 30115 Sanitation and Safety

1/20 to 2/14

FYSS 116 01

30904 Strategies for Success in College

1/20 to 2/28

FYSS 116 02

30905 Strategies for Success in College

1/20 to 2/28

FYSS 116 03

30906 Strategies for Success in College

1/20 to 2/28

PHED 2320 A01 30609 Aqua Fit II: Advanced Swimming and Conditioning 1/20 to 3/14 PHED 2410 C03 30616 Yoga II: Multi-Level Yoga

1/20 to 3/14

PHED 2410 C05 30618 Yoga II: Multi-Level Yoga

1/20 to 3/14

HVAC 111 01

30094 Basic Commercial Refrigeration

1/20 to 3/14

HVAC 221 01

30039 Gas Heating Furnaces

1/20 to 3/14

ADOB 116 D1 30277 Roof Design and Construction

1/20 to 3/14

BUSA 1110 D1 30308 Introduction to Business

1/20 to 3/14

ENTR 1110 D1 30315 Entrepreneurship

1/20 to 3/14

HVAC 231 B1 30083 Air Movement, Distribution, Heat Load Calculations

1/20 to 3/14

BLAW 2110 B1 30321 Business Law I

1/20 to 3/14

HIST 1150 D1 30430 Western Civilization I

1/20 to 3/14

MKTG 2110 B1 30325 Principles of Marketing

1/20 to 3/14

HMSV 2270 D1 30446 Substance Abuse in Families

1/20 to 3/14

BUSA 2230 D1 30323 Human Relations in Business

1/20 to 3/14

FDMA 1470 SD1 30692 Introduction to Social Media Basics

1/20 to 3/14

ARTS 1312L 02 30960 Micaceous Pottery I

1/20 to 3/14

NUTR 2110 D1 30528 Human Nutrition

1/20 to 3/14

CJUS 1180 D1 30861 Introduction to Cybercrime

1/20 to 3/14

PHIL 258 D1

30460 Environmental Ethics and Sustainability 1/20 to 3/14

CJUS 1190 B1 30862 Introduction to Protective Services

1/20 to 3/14

PHLB 113 B1

30020 Introduction to Phlebotomy

CJUS 1360 D1 30863 Foundations of Professional Investigation

1/20 to 3/14

CJUS 2560 D1 30870 The Law and the Professional Investigator

1/20 to 3/14

PSYC 1110 D1 30467 Introduction to Psychology

1/20 to 3/14

ECON 2110 B1 30328 Macroeconomic Principles

1/20 to 3/14

PSYC 1110 D2 30468 Introduction to Psychology

1/20 to 3/14

ECON 2120 D1 30331 Microeconomic Principles

1/20 to 3/14

PSYC 2120 D2 30477 Developmental Psychology

1/20 to 3/14

ENGL 108 LC1 30046 English Fundamentals

1/20 to 3/14

SOCI 1110 D1 30486 Introduction to Sociology

1/20 to 3/14

ENGL 1110 05 30247 Composition I

1/20 to 3/14

WELD 112 01

30071 Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) II 1/20 to 3/14

ENTR 2150 D1 30318 E-Commerce Crowdfunding and Marketing

1/20 to 3/14

WELD 112 02

30117 Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) II 1/20 to 3/14

SUST 1130 01 30287 Sustainable Energy Technologies

1/20 to 3/14

WELD 132 01 30073 Gas Metal and Flux Cored Arc Welding II

1/20 to 3/14

FDMA 2120 01 30676 Film Crew I – Intro to Film and Media Workflow

1/20 to 3/14

WELD 132 02 30119 Gas Metal and Flux Cored Arc Welding II

1/20 to 3/14

FDMA 2520 01 30976 Introduction to Cinematography

1/20 to 3/14

WOOD 1250 01 30744 Introduction to Finishing

1/20 to 3/14

HLED 1130 D1 30520 Concepts of Health and Wellness

1/20 to 3/14

WOOD 1610 02 30988 Introduction to Woodturning

1/20 to 3/14

HLED 1225 D1 30526 Weight Management and Exercise

1/20 to 3/14

PHED 1310 01 30545 Swim I: Beginning Swimming

1/20 to 3/14

LEGL 111 B1 30030 Introduction to American Law for Paralegals

1/20 to 4/18

PHED 1320 B05 30552 Aqua Fit: Warm Water Exercise

1/20 to 3/14

CULA 111 B1

30875 Introduction to Culinary Arts

1/21 to 1/31

PHED 1320 F02 30561 Aqua Fit: Senior Aquatics

1/20 to 3/14

SOLR 111 01

30933 Introduction to Solar Energy

1/21 to 2/16

PHED 1410 A05 30567 Yoga: Beginning Yoga

1/20 to 3/14

EMSI 240 01

30371 Anatomy and Physiology for EMS

1/22 to 2/19

PHED 1410 A08 30570 Yoga: Beginning Yoga

1/20 to 3/14

PHED 1510 F01 30588 Training: Boot Camp PHED 2310 04 30607 Swimming II: Intermediate Swimming

1/20 to 3/14

PHLB 115L B1 30021 Clinical Phlebotomy I

1/20 to 3/14

PHLB 117 D1

1/20 to 3/14

30059 Special Practices in Phlebotomy

EMSI 240L 01 30372 Anatomy and Physiology for EMS Lab

1/22 to 2/19

1/20 to 3/14

HLED 1110 01 30349 American Heart Association Heartsaver® First Aid and CPR/AED

1/24 to 1/24

1/20 to 3/14

OFTC 110 01

1/24 to 1/25

30332 Computers for Novices

Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu


SPRING 2020 SHORT-TERM/LATE-STARTING CREDIT CLASS LISTINGS FALL CLASSES 73 2019 73

CULA 216L 01 30881 French Cuisine

1/24 to 2/1

EXSC 1160 01 30507 Instructional Methods: Group Exercise

1/24 to 2/15

AHAC 151 01 30353 Basic Life Support For Healthcare Providers

1/25 to 1/25

FDMA 1130 01 30677 Film Crew I Lab

1/25 to 2/15

PHED 1910 B01 30604 Outdoor Experience: Snowshoeing

1/25 to 2/15

AHAC 151 02 30354 Basic Life Support For Healthcare Providers

1/31 to 1/31

OFTC 115 01

30339 Keyboarding Essentials I

1/31 to 2/1

AHAC 151 03 30355 Basic Life Support For Healthcare Providers

2/1 to 2/1

MATH 104L D1 31049 Emporium Math Lab

2/3 to 5/16

NUTR 2110 D3 30530 Human Nutrition

2/3 to 5/16

NUTR 2150 D1 30533 Nutrition in Chronic Disease

2/3 to 5/16

NUTR 2160 D1 30535 Culinary Nutrition

2/3 to 5/16

LEGL 121 B1

30292 Legal Research and Writing I

2/3 to 5/16

LEGL 241 B1

30294 Legal Research Writing II/Westlaw

2/3 to 5/16

LEGL 298 01

30295 Paralegal Studies Internship

2/3 to 5/16

ARTS 1282 01 30728 Introduction to New Mexico Tinwork

2/3 to 5/16

ARTS 2848L 01 30735 Mold Making for Sculptors

2/3 to 5/16

SPAN 1110 01 30490 Spanish I

2/3 to 5/16

ACCT 1998 01 30313 Volunteer Tax Preparation Internship

2/1 to 4/15

ACCT 1998 02 30917 Volunteer Tax Preparation Internship

2/1 to 4/15

CULA 113 01

30886 Basic Baking Skills

2/3 to 2/20

CULA 115 01

30876 Culinary Skills

2/3 to 2/27

ALTF 261 01

30278 Advanced Algae Cultivation

2/3 to 5/16

ARTS 2998 01 30986 Arts and Design Internship

2/3 to 5/16

ARTS 2998 02 30987 Arts and Design Internship

2/3 to 5/16

CJUS 2230 B1 30865 Introduction to Death Investigation

2/3 to 5/16

HLED 1110 02 30350 American Heart Association Heartsaver® First Aid and CPR/AED

ARTS 2610 01 30665 Drawing II

2/3 to 5/16

ENGL 102L D1 30942 Punctuation and Grammar Review

2/3 to 5/16

AHAC 151 05 30357 Basic Life Support For Healthcare Providers

2/14 to 2/14

FDMA 1480 SD1 30672 Contemporary and Postmodern Film

2/3 to 5/16

CJUS 2240 B1 30866 Investigative Surveillance

2/17 to 5/16

FDMA 1560 SD1 30673 Screenwriting I

2/3 to 5/16

FDMA 2747 01 30979 Advanced Film Lighting

2/17 to 5/16

FDMA 1640 SD1 30674 Independent Film

2/3 to 5/16

AHAC 151 06 30358 Basic Life Support For Healthcare Providers

2/21 to 2/21

PHED 1410 A01 30563 Yoga: Beginning Yoga

2/3 to 5/16

OFTC 116 01

2/21 to 2/22

PHED 1410 A02 30564 Yoga: Beginning Yoga

2/3 to 5/16

PHED 1410 A03 30565 Yoga: Beginning Yoga

2/3 to 5/16

EXSC 1180 01 30509 Instructional Methods: Training Techniques Review

2/21 to 2/28

PHED 1410 A04 30566 Yoga: Beginning Yoga

2/3 to 5/16

CULA 229L 01 30880 Jewish Food

2/21 to 2/29

PHED 1410 A07 30569 Yoga: Beginning Yoga

2/3 to 5/16

HLED 1150 01 30523 Lifeguarding

2/21 to 2/29

PHED 1410 B01 30572 Yoga: Gentle Yoga

2/3 to 5/16

EMSI 242 01

2/21 to 3/25

PHED 1430 B02 30576 Pilates: Gentle Pilates

2/3 to 5/16

PHED 1460 D02 30581 Conditioning: Suspension Training

LEGL 222 B1

30293 Immigration Law

2/3 to 5/2

CULA 257L 01 30879 Fundamentals of Meat Fabrication and Butchery

2/7 to 2/15

AHAC 151 04 30356 Basic Life Support For Healthcare Providers

2/7 to 2/7

HLED 1120 01 30517 American Red Cross First Aid and CPR/AED 2/7 to 2/7 OFTC 114 01

30338 Introduction to Windows

2/7 to 2/8

30340 Word Essentials I

30373 Pre-Hospital Pharmacology

2/8 to 2/8

EMSI 242L 01 30374 Pre-Hospital Pharmacology Lab

2/21 to 3/25

2/3 to 5/16

AHAC 151 07 30359 Basic Life Support For Healthcare Providers

2/22 to 2/22

PHED 1620 A01 30597 Fitness: Indoor Fitness Cycling

2/3 to 5/16

CULA 113 02

30887 Basic Baking Skills

2/24 to 3/12

PHED 1620 A03 30599 Fitness: Indoor Fitness Cycling

2/3 to 5/16

RESP 160 01

30344 Ventilator Management

2/24 to 3/29

PHED 2410 C01 30614 Yoga II: Multi-Level Yoga

2/3 to 5/16

EFDA 295A B1 30379 Dental Radiation Health and Safety Review 2/24 to 3/8

PHED 2410 C02 30615 Yoga II: Multi-Level Yoga

2/3 to 5/16

CULA 215 01

PHED 2410 C06 30619 Yoga II: Multi-Level Yoga

2/3 to 5/16

MATH 104L 01 31048 Emporium Math Lab

2/3 to 5/16

AHAC 151 08 30360 Basic Life Support For Healthcare Providers

30922 Advanced Food and Beverage Service

2/24 to 4/22 2/28 to 2/28

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Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu


Late Starting

74 SHORT-TERM/LATE-STARTING CLASSES SPRING 2020 CULA 151 01

30877 Intermediate Culinary Skills

3/2 to 4/2

EDUC 2350 01 30843 The Critically Reflective Teacher

3/2 to 5/16

EDUC 2350 D1 30844 The Critically Reflective Teacher

3/2 to 5/16

EDUC 2350 D2 30845 The Critically Reflective Teacher

3/2 to 5/16

HLED 1110 03 30351 American Heart Association Heartsaver® First Aid and CPR/AED

3/7 to 3/7

FDMA 2820 01 30686 Producing and Directing the Independent Film

3/23 to 5/16

HLCR 111 B1

3/23 to 5/16

30233 Introduction to Health Careers

HLED 1135 D1 30521 Fitness and Wellness

3/23 to 5/16

HLED 1160 D1 30525 Stress Management

3/23 to 5/16

PHED 1230 01 30540 Individual Sport: Tennis

3/23 to 5/16

PHED 1230 02 30541 Individual Sport: Tennis

3/23 to 5/16

PHED 1320 B06 30553 Aqua Fit: Warm Water Exercise

3/23 to 5/16

PHED 1320 F03 31086 Aqua Fit: Senior Aquatics

3/23 to 5/16

AHAC 151 09 30361 Basic Life Support For Healthcare Providers

3/13 to 3/13

HLED 1140 01 30522 Water Safety Instruction

3/13 to 3/28

AHAC 151 10 30362 Basic Life Support For Healthcare Providers

3/14 to 3/14

PHED 1410 A06 30568 Yoga: Beginning Yoga

3/23 to 5/16

CULA 232L 01 30888 Cake Making

3/23 to 3/27

PHED 1510 F02 30589 Training: Boot Camp

3/23 to 5/16

CULA 114 01

3/23 to 4/16

PHED 1610 05 30595 Fitness for Life

3/23 to 5/16

3/23 to 4/5

PHED 2310 01 30605 Swimming II: Intermediate Swimming

3/23 to 5/16

ACCT 2220 D1 30311 Computerized Accounting

3/23 to 5/16

PHED 2310 03 30606 Swimming II: Intermediate Swimming

3/23 to 5/16

ADOB 114 D1 30275 Floor Design and Construction

3/23 to 5/16

ADOB 115 D1 30276 Finish Practices

3/23 to 5/16

PHED 2320 A02 30611 Aqua Fit II: Advanced Swimming and Conditioning 3/23 to 5/16

ALTF 221 01

3/23 to 5/16

30890 Commercial Baking

EFDA 295B SD1 30380 Dental Infection Control Review

30146 Biofuels II

PHED 2410 B01 30613 Yoga II: Intermediate Yoga

3/23 to 5/16

PHED 2410 C04 30617 Yoga II: Multi-Level Yoga

3/23 to 5/16

PHED 2410 C07 30620 Yoga II: Multi-Level Yoga

3/23 to 5/16

BUSA 1110 B1 30307 Introduction to Business

3/23 to 5/16

ENTR 1110 B1 30314 Entrepreneurship

3/23 to 5/16

BLAW 2110 D1 30322 Business Law I

3/23 to 5/16

HVAC 121 01 30282 Air Conditioning and Electric Motor Application

3/23 to 5/16

MGMT 2110 D1 30316 Principles of Management

3/23 to 5/16

HVAC 131 B1

30096 Application of Refrigeration Systems

3/23 to 5/16

BUSA 2230 D2 30324 Human Relations in Business

3/23 to 5/16

HVAC 211 01

30283 Refrigerant Management

3/23 to 5/16

ARTS 1312L 01 30645 Micaceous Pottery I

3/23 to 5/16

HIST 1110 B1 30432 United States History I

3/23 to 5/16

CJUS 1110 B1 30860 Introduction to Criminal Justice

3/23 to 5/16

HIST 1160 D1 30431 Western Civilization II

3/23 to 5/16

CJUS 2150 B1 30864 Corrections System

3/23 to 5/16

HMSV 1310 D1 30443 Loss, Bereavement, and the Family

3/23 to 5/16

HMSV 2250 D1 30447 Counseling Skills for Addiction Professionals

3/23 to 5/16

HMSV 2510 D1 30448 Compassion Fatigue and Secondary Stress Disorder

3/23 to 5/16

FDMA 1180 01 30687 Adobe Lightroom

3/23 to 5/16

FDMA 1475 SD1 30693 Social Media Basics

3/23 to 5/16

FDMA 2153 01 30702 Introductions to Wordpress

3/23 to 5/16

NMNC 2445 IS1 30928 ADN Capstone

3/23 to 5/16

NUTR 1120 D1 30916 Dietary Guidelines

3/23 to 5/16

NUTR 2110 01 30527 Human Nutrition

3/23 to 5/16

NUTR 2110 D2 30529 Human Nutrition

3/23 to 5/16

NUTR 2130 D1 30531 Nutrition in the Lifecycle

3/23 to 5/16

NUTR 2140 D1 30532 Community Nutrition

3/23 to 5/16

CJUS 2510 SD1 30868 Law Enforcement Supervision – First Line 3/23 to 5/16 CJUS 2520 SD1 30869 Law Enforcement Supervision – Command Level

3/23 to 5/16

ECON 2110 D1 30329 Macroeconomic Principles

3/23 to 5/16

ECON 2120 B1 30330 Microeconomic Principles

3/23 to 5/16

ENEF 111 D1

30163 Healthy Homes

3/23 to 5/16

ENGL 109 LC1 30047 English Review

3/23 to 5/16

ENTR 2130 D1 30319 Finance and Funding for Start-Ups

3/23 to 5/16

EXSC 2130 D1 30512 IM Lifestyle Change

3/23 to 5/16

FACT 198 02

3/23 to 5/16

30107 FACT Internship

FDMA 2125 01 30678 Film Crew II

3/23 to 5/16

FDMA 2215 01 30974 Digital Cinematography II

3/23 to 5/16

FDMA 2560 01 30683 Screenwriting II

3/23 to 5/16

Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu


SPRING 2020 SHORT-TERM/LATE-STARTING CREDIT CLASS LISTINGS FALL CLASSES 75 2019 75

PHIL 1115 D2 30458 Introduction of Philosophy

3/23 to 5/16

PHLB 198 01

3/23 to 5/16

30116 Clinical Phlebotomy Internship

ARTS 1414 D1 30715 Camera Use and the Art of Seeing

3/23 to 5/16

POLS 2210 D1 30462 New Mexico Government

3/23 to 5/16

PSYC 1110 D3 30469 Introduction to Psychology

3/23 to 5/16

PSYC 1110 D4 30470 Introduction to Psychology

3/23 to 5/16

PSYC 2120 D3 30478 Developmental Psychology

3/23 to 5/16

SOCI 1110 D2 30487 Introduction to Sociology WELD 122 01

EXSC 1150 01 30506 Instructional Methods: Personal Training

4/17 to 5/8

PHED 1910 A01 30603 Outdoor Experience: Hiking

4/17 to 5/8

CULA 234L 01 30893 Chocolate and Sugar Workshop

4/20 to 4/24

CULA 250 01

30892 Pastry Presentation and Display

4/20 to 5/13

EMSI 251 01

30377 Cardiac Emergencies

4/22 to 5/15

EMSI 251L 01 30378 Cardiac Emergencies Lab

4/22 to 5/15

3/23 to 5/16

AHAC 151 15 30367 Basic Life Support For Healthcare Providers

4/24 to 4/24

30072 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) II

3/23 to 5/16

ENTR 2140 B1 30320 Pitching Your Start-Up

4/24 to 5/15

WELD 122 02

30118 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) II

3/23 to 5/16

WELD 211 01

30153 Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) III 3/23 to 5/16

AHAC 151 16 30368 Basic Life Support For Healthcare Providers

4/25 to 4/25

WELD 211 02

30154 Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) III 3/23 to 5/16

EFDA 296 SD1 30382 Dental Fluoride, Polishing and Sealants Review

4/27 to 5/10

WOOD 1620 01 30746 Advanced Wood Turning

3/23 to 5/16

WOOD 1810 01 30753 Basic Woodworking Projects

3/23 to 5/16

HLED 1120 03 30519 American Red Cross First Aid and CPR/AED

5/1 to 5/1

AHAC 151 11 30363 Basic Life Support For Healthcare Providers

3/27 to 3/27

AHAC 151 17 30369 Basic Life Support For Healthcare Providers

5/2 to 5/2

OFTC 117 01

30342 Excel Essentials I

3/27 to 3/28

HLED 1110 04 30352 American Heart Association Heartsaver® First Aid and CPR/AED

5/8 to 5/8

EMSI 243 01

30375 Respiratory Emergencies

3/27 to 4/20

HLED 1155 01 30524 Lifeguard Recertification

5/8 to 5/9

AHAC 151 18 30370 Basic Life Support For Healthcare Providers

5/9 to 5/9

EMSI 243L 01 30376 Respiratory Emergencies Lab

3/27 to 4/20

EXSC 1170 01 30508 Instructional Methods: Alternative Strength Training

3/27 to 4/3

AHAC 151 12 30364 Basic Life Support For Healthcare Providers CULA 233L 01 30889 Cake Decorating OFTC 126 01

30343 PowerPoint Essentials I

3/28 to 3/28 3/30 to 4/3 4/3 to 4/4

AHAC 151 13 30365 Basic Life Support For Healthcare Providers

4/4 to 4/4

HLED 1120 02 30518 American Red Cross First Aid and CPR/AED

4/4 to 4/4

FDMA 2430 01 30707 Copyright and Media

4/6 to 4/13

CULA 235L 01 30891 The Plated Dessert

4/6 to 4/15

CULA 265 01

30878 Advanced Culinary Skills

4/6 to 4/30

EFDA 295C SD1 30381 General Chairside Review

4/13 to 4/26

RESP 164 01

30346 Cardiopulmonary Pathophysiology II

4/13 to 5/3

RESP 164 02

30347 Cardiopulmonary Pathophysiology II

4/13 to 5/3

RESP 166 01

30348 Cardiopulmonary Pharmacology II

4/13 to 5/3

AHAC 151 14 30366 Basic Life Support For Healthcare Providers

4/17 to 4/17

CULA 256L 01 30882 History of Spices

4/17 to 4/25

NOTE: All credit courses, regardless of delivery method (accelerated, online, lecture, laboratory, clinical, directed study, honors, hybrid or blended, independent study, internship or externship, practicum) shall meet the learning outcomes defined in their master syllabus and require a minimum of student work for the credit hours granted as defined by the Credit Hour Definition. TYPE OF COURSE On-Ground

DESCRIPTION 100% in person

Blended (or Hybrid)

No more than 75% is online

Online with required on-ground component

76-99% online

Online

100% online; proctored testing may be required

Room numbers appear on your class schedule—available online through your student account—and at www.sfcc.edu


Adult Ed

76 ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE

ADULT EDUCATION The Adult Education Department provides instruction to area residents in preparation for college and a career. Classes are held on the SFCC campus and at multiple locations in the Santa Fe area. Adult Education offers the following educational programs: • Preparation classes for the High School Equivalency exam (GED and HiSET); • Career Pathway’s to college and employment through the Integrated Basic Education and Skills Training (I-BEST) program; • English as a Second Language (ESL) program offers classes to practice reading, writing, listening, speaking, vocabulary and grammar; • Free tutoring for adults in the areas of reading, writing, speaking English, citizenship, and numeracy through Literacy Volunteers of Santa Fe (LVSF). For more information about Adult Education programs, go to www.sfcc.edu/offices/ae or contact Adult Education at 505-428-1356 or ae@sfcc.edu

NOTE: Adult Education classes are noncredit and cannot be applied toward a degree. There is a $25 registration fee.

www.sfcc.edu

Spring 2020 I SFCC Schedule of Credit Classes


HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY | GED AND HSET 77

ACADEMIC AND CAREER EDUCATION (ACE), 505-428-1356 Our classes help prepare you for the High School Equivalency (GED and HiSet) Exams, College and a Career.

The ACE program prepares students for the GED or the HiSet exams — the exams recognized by the state of New Mexico for the High School Equivalency credential. The ACE program offers students classroom-based instruction in the four areas required for HSE exams — math, reading and writing, social studies, and science. We can also help you boost your academic skills to prepare you for college courses and certificate programs. Classes are offered in the morning and evening to fit student schedules. Classes conducted in Spanish are offered in the evening and on Saturdays.

SPRING 2020 SCHEDULE The ACE program divides the Fall Semester into three, five-week sessions. • Spring Session 1: January 21-February 22 • Spring Session 2: February 24-April 3 • Spring Session 3: April 6-May 9

REGISTRATION DATES FOR NEW AND RETURNING STUDENTS New students are required to come to a four-day orientation program before enrolling in classes. Morning and evening orientation programs are available. Morning orientation programs run from 9 a.m. to noon. Evening orientation programs run from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

SPRING 2020 REGISTRATION DATES FOR RETURNING STUDENTS AND FOR NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION • Spring Session 1: • Spring Session 2: • Spring Session 3:

January 13-16 February 7-20 March 30-April 2

Spring 2020 I SFCC Schedule of Credit Classes

www.sfcc.edu


78 ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE CAREER PATHWAYS TO COLLEGE AND EMPLOYMENT — INTEGRATED BASIC EDUCATION AND SKILLS TRAINING (I-BEST) I-BEST prepares students for a career in healthcare and early childhood development, by teaching the necessary skills to do the job while strengthening reading, writing and math skills related to the program of study. Students enroll in an entry level, credit bearing certificate program and build their career and educational skills at the same time, reducing the number of semesters they need to be in school before being prepared for a career. I-BEST certificates offered include Certified Nursing Assistant, Phlebotomy, Community Health Worker, Patient Care Assistant, Home Health Aide, Early Childhood Development.

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (ESL) 505-428-1356 www.sfcc.edu/offices/ae/english-second-language

Classes include instruction in speaking, listening, reading and writing, vocabulary and grammar. Classes are offered in three locations: Santa Fe Community College, El Camino Real Academy and César Chávez Elementary School. Spring 2020 classes are 12 weeks in length: SFCC, January 27-April 23, El Camino Real Academy, February 3-April 29 and César Chávez Elementary School, February 4 to April 30. Nuestros profesores son profesionales calificados en la enseñanza del inglés. Ellos le darán la oportunidad de hablar, escuchar, leer y escribitr en inglés durante la clase. Las clases son ofrecidas en tres ubicaciones: en el Santa Fe Community College (SFCC), El Camino Real Academy y César Chávez Elementary School. Las clases son de 12-semanas: en el SFCC, del 27 de Enero al 23 de Abril; en El Camino Real Academy, del 3 de Febrero al 29 de Abril y César Chávez Elementary School del 4 de Febrero al 30 de Abril .

Orientation and Registration/Orientación e Inscripción If you are a new student or a returning student who has been away for more than three semesters, you must attend a three-hour orientation in order to register for your classes.Your English level will be assessed, you will pay a $25 registration fee, and you will be registered for an ESL class at your level. It is very important to arrive on time. Call Adult Education at 505-428-1356 for information. Si usted es estudiante nuevo o si tomó clases hace más de tres semestres, debe asistir a una orientación de tres horas antes de que se pueda inscribir en las clases de íngles. En esta orientación evaluaremos su nivel y lo inscribemos en las clase apropiada para su nivel. El costo de la clase es $25 por semester. Es muy importante llegaste en punto. Para más información, por favor llame al Departmenento de Educación Para Adultos al 505-428-1356.

SPRING CLASS ORIENTATION SESSIONS FOR NEW STUDENTS: ORIENTACIONES PARA LAS CLASES DE PRIMAVERA PARA ESTUDENTIANTES NEUVOS: Santa Fe Community College: Adult Education Department January 14: 10 a.m.-1 p.m. or 5:30-8:30 p.m. 14 de enero: 10 a.m.-1 p.m. o 5:30-8:30 p.m. January 15: 10 a.m.-1 p.m. or 5:30-8:30 p.m. 15 de enero: 10 a.m.-1 p.m. or 5:30-8:30 p.m. January 21: 10 a.m.-1 p.m. or 5:30-8:30 p.m. 21 de enero: 10 a.m.-1 p.m. or 5:30-8:30 p.m. January 22: 10 a.m.-1 p.m. or 5:30-8:30 p.m. 22 de enero: 10 a.m.-1 p.m. o 5:30-8:30 p.m.

LITERACY VOLUNTEERS OF SANTA FE (LVSF), 505-428-1353

Tutoring sessions are offered for native English speakers and English as a Second Language (ESL) students, and meet one-on-one or in small groups at SFCC and various locations throughout the community.

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