2016 Summer Fall Guide Interior 40p -A.indd - UNM-Taos

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2016 Summer Fall Guide Interior 40p -A.indd - UNM-Taos
Telephone Directory & Index
STUDENT SERVICES
Admissions ..................................737-6215
Advising .......................................737-6215
Financial Aid ................................737-6215
Registration .................................737-6215
TRiO .............................................737-3697
Fax................................................737-3684
Administration Offices......................737-6204
Administration Fax ...........................758-5898
Adult Learning Center
(ABE,HSE,ESL) ..................................737-3730
Bachelor and Graduate
Programs ..........................................758-2828
Business Office .................................737-6269
CASA Tutoring Center .......................737-3695
Early Childhood Resource Center.....758-1395
Department of Instruction................737-6225
Human Resources ...........................737-6261
Klauer Campus.................................737-6200
Library ..............................................737-6242
Physical Plant ...................................737-6270
What’s Inside
Telephone Directory & Index ....................................................1
Faculty Directory ......................................................................2
Summer Important Dates .........................................................3
Degree and Certificate Programs .............................................4
Message from the CEO ............................................................5
New Student Checklist .............................................................6
Application for Admissions................................................. 7-10
Tuition & SUN Online ..............................................................11
SUN Path & Trio Student Support Services ...........................12
Classroom Finder & Class Location Key ................................13
Summer Course Schedule ............................................... 14-16
Summer Hybrid Schedule ......................................................16
Summer Online Schedule.......................................................16
Summer 1st 8 Weeks Schedule...............................................16
Summer 2nd 8 Weeks Schedule ..............................................16
Fall Important Dates ...............................................................17
Academic Advisement............................................................18
Fall Course Schedule ....................................................... 19-29
Fall Hybrid Schedule ..............................................................29
Fall Online Schedule......................................................... 29-30
Fall 1st 8 Weeks Schedule.......................................................31
Fall 2nd 8 Weeks Schedule ......................................................31
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CHECK YOUR UNM EMAIL
lobomail.unm.edu
http://taos.unm.edu
Important Information ....................................................... 32-34
Resources & Services ...................................................... 35-36
HSE, ESL, Adult Education ....................................................37
Upward Bound & HEP ............................................................38
Bachelor & Graduate Programs ....................................... 39-40
NEW
STUDENT
ORIENTATION
Aug. 17th
at Klauer Campus
PLEASE NOTE: Failure to add/drop courses by the published
deadlines could effect your Financial Aid Award.
Please see the Financial Aid Office before processing any add/drop
transactions after published deadlines.
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Faculty Directory
Academic Curricula
Area Coordinator: Joel Whitehead
[email protected]
737-6230
Writing and Speaking (English, Communication &
Journalism)
Chair: Robin Shawver
[email protected]
737-6257
Science and Mathematics (Mathematics, Biology,
Chemistry, Earth & Planetary Sciences, Environmental
Sciences, Geography, Physics)
Chair: Colin Nicholls
[email protected]
737-3757
Social and Behavioral Sciences (Anthropology, Criminal
Justice, Economics, Human Services, LADAC, Political
Science, Psychology, Sociology)
Chair: Randi Archuleta
[email protected]
737-6226
Humanities (American Studies, Classical Studies, History,
Honors, Philosophy, Religious Studies, Women’s Studies)
Chair: Tom Shaw
[email protected]
737-3755
Foreign Languages (Linguistics, Foreign Languages, Sign
Language)
Chair: Larry Torres
[email protected]
737-6233
Fine Arts (Art History, Arts, Dance, Music, Theatre,
Architecture)
Chair: Sarah Stolar
[email protected]
737-6276
Education (Education, Natural Science, Math for Education)
Chair: TBD
Early Childhood Multicultural Education (ECME)
Chair: Gary Atias
[email protected]
737-6235
Media Arts (MA)
Chair: Peter Walker
[email protected]
737-6225
University Studies (UNIV 101)
Chair: Amie Chavez-Aguilar
[email protected]
737-6284
Health Sciences
Area Coordinator: Melissa Offenhartz [email protected]
737-7344
Integrative Health/Medical Massage/Yoga (Holistic Health & Healing Arts)
Chair: Kirstie Segarra
[email protected]
741-7808
Emergency Medical Services
Chair: Josh Wright
[email protected]
737-6225
RN Nursing Program
Chair: Melissa Offenhartz
[email protected]
737-3744
Nurse Assistant Program (Health Career Nursing Assistant) Chair: Melissa Offenhartz
[email protected]
737-3744
Dental Assistant Program (Health Career Dental)
Chair: Marta Romero
[email protected]
737-3732
Health Extension and Education (Health Education)
Chair: Juliana Anastasoff
[email protected]
737-6203
Physical Conditioning
Chair: Jim Stewart
[email protected]
737-6225
Business and Professional Skills
Area Coordinator: Victoria Gonzales
[email protected]
737-6231
Business Management (Administrative Assistant, Paralegal)
Chair: Tillie Valdez
[email protected]
737-6225
Small Business Development Center
Chair: Louis Moya
[email protected]
737-3737
Arts & Crafts (Applied Arts & Crafts)
Chair: Sarah Stolar
[email protected]
737-6276
Computer Technology/Computer Science
Chair: Joel Whitehead
[email protected]
758-9274
Culinary Arts
Chair: Benji Apodaca
[email protected]
737-6225
Construction Technology
Chair: Mark Goldman
[email protected]
737-6225
Fine Woodworking
Chair: James Rannefeld
[email protected]
737-6278
Digital Media Arts (DMA)
Chair: Peter Walker
[email protected]
737-6225
Commercial Drivers License (CDL)
Chair: Max Kaufman
[email protected]
779-3234
Instructional Support Services
Area Coordinator: Diego Trujillo
[email protected]
737-3694
Bachelor and Graduate Programs
Operations Mgr: Mary Lutz
[email protected]
758-2828
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575-737-6200
Summer 2016 Important Dates
Registration Begins
April 18, Monday
Last day for removal of incomplete
July 29, Friday
Instruction Begins
8-week term
June 6 , Monday
First 4-week term
June 6, Monday
Second 4-week term
July 4, Monday
Cancellation due to lack of financial commitment June 10, Friday
Last day to drop for tuition refund / Last day to drop without a grade
8-week term
June 17, Friday
First 4-week term
June 10, Friday
Second 4-week term
July 8, Friday
Registration ends-last day to add courses or change sections
8-week term
June 10, Friday
First 4-week term
June 7, Tuesday
Second 4-week term
July 5, Tuesday
Last day to change grading options
8-week term
June 10, Friday
First 4-week term
June 7, Tuesday
Second 4-week term
July 5, Tuesday
Last day to drop without dean’s permission
8-week term
July 15, Friday
First 4-week term
June 24, Friday
Second 4-week term
July 22, Friday
Last day to drop with dean’s permission
8-week term
July 29, Friday
First 4-week term
July 1, Friday
Second 4-week term
July 29, Friday
Independence Day - no classes, campus closed July 4, Monday
Semester ends
8-week term
July 30, Saturday
First 4-week term
July 2, Saturday
Second 4-week term
July 30, Saturday
PLEASE NOTE: Failure to add/drop courses by the published deadlines
could effect your Financial Aid Award.
Please see the Financial Aid Office before processing any add/drop transactions after the published deadlines.
http://taos.unm.edu
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Degrees and Certificates
Lower Division
Academic Degrees
& Certificates
Associate of Arts
• Early Childhood
Multicultural
Education
• Liberal Arts
Areas of Focus
- Classics
- Criminal Justice
- Foreign
Languages
- History
- Pre-Engineering
- Pre-Environmental
Science
- Pre-Forestry
- Pre-Horticulture and
Agronomy
- Pre-Mathematics
- Pre-Mathematics
Elementary
Education
- Humanities
- Pre-Mathematics
Secondary
Education
- Psychology
- Pre-Medical Lab
- Human Services
- LADAC
- Pre-Medicine
- Social & Behavioral
Sciences
- Pre-Midwifery
• Pre-Business
Administration
• Associate of
Fine Arts
Associate of Science
• Education
• Associate of Nursing
(Acceptance into
program is by application
process, please call
737-3744)
• Pre-Science
Areas of Focus
- Pre-Agriculture & Ag
Education
- Pre-Animal, Wildlife,
& Range Science
- Pre-Astrophysics
- Pre-Biochemistry
- Pre-Biology
- Pre-Chemistry
- Pre-Dental Hygiene
- Pre-Earth & Planetary
Science
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- Pre-Emergency
Medicine &
Paramedic
- Pre-Nursing
- Pre-Natural Resource
& Resource
Management
Career Technical
Degrees &
Certificates
Associate of
Applied Science
This is a two-year
degree that combines a
technical area with the
core academic curricula.
These are not usually
transferable to 4 year
colleges.
• Digital Media Arts
(DMA)
• General Studies
Certificates
Certificatesare
1 year programs (30
CH) dedicated to
specialization in a
technical area.
• Administrative
Assistant
• Applied Arts & Crafts
• Business Computers
- Pre-Nutrition and
Dietetics
• Construction
Technology
- Pre-Physician’s
Assistant
• Dental Assisting
(Acceptance into
program is by
application process.
Please contact Marta
Romero at 7410672.)
- Pre-Pharmacy
- Pre-Physical
Therapy
- Pre-Physics
- Pre-Radiologic
Sciences
- Pre-Science
Elementary
Education
- Pre-Science
Secondary
Education
- Pre-Statistics
- Pre-Veterinary
Medicine
• Culinary Arts
• Digital Graphic
Design
• Holistic Health &
Healing Arts
• Human Services
• Information
Technology
• Integrative Massage
Therapy
(Acceptance into program
is by application process,
please contact Kirstie
Segarra at 741-7808)
• Woodworking
To Students, Staff, Faculty and Community
Members,
As many of you know by now, I have announced that I will be
stepping down from my post as UNM-Taos Executive Director
at the end of July. I took the reins as Director in June 2006,
and now, ten years later, we have much to show for our efforts.
Most important of all is the steady increase in student enrollment. In 2006 UNM-Taos enrolled 1,100 students (up from
250 in 1994). Today we enroll 1,750 per semester.
We had 10 full-time faculty in 2006. Today there are 20. We
had 60 staff, now there are over 80, and we have more than
125 dedicated adjunct faculty every semester.
We have added infrastructure, landscaping, improved IT and
8 new or renovated buildings and 4 portables to expand the
campus at Klauer and downtown Taos.
We have streamlined programs, added more tutoring,
enhanced advising and added a host of special programs for
Veterans, Native American students, and others.
On a personal note, I want to express my gratitude to the
Taos and UNM/UNM-Taos communities for all of your support
and teamwork over the years. This is an amazing campus with
enormous potential, from our dual credit high school students
to the dedicated faculty and staff, to our tireless legislators,
Representative Bobby Gonzales and Senator Carlos Cisneros.
“The Little College that Could” is definitely a team effort.
Special thanks to Dr. Martinez “Marty” Hewlett who will be
stepping in as Interim CEO. The college will be in excellent
hands under his stewardship. I will be back in the classroom in
August, 2017, but until then, thank you for all you do to help
make UNM-Taos truly the community’s college.
Best Regards, Dr. Kate O’Neill
Outgoing CEO
Associate Professor of Psychology
http://taos.unm.edu
“What a great time
to serve a great
institution!”
D r Kate O ’ Neill
on having been chosen execut ive director
of UN M -Taos , Fall , 2 0 0 6
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Checklist
GET STARTED ON YOUR FUTURE TODAY!
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575-737-6200
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* For the most current class information and course descriptions visit: http://taos.unm.edu/schedule
* For the most current class information and course descriptions visit: http://taos.unm.edu/schedule
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* For the most current class information and course descriptions visit: http://taos.unm.edu/schedule
Tuition, SUN Online
Tuition Rates (subject to change)
Per Credit Hour
Support Service Fee
Half-Time
3/4 Time
Full-Time
Resident
$78.00
$15.00
$483.00
$717.00
$951.00
Non-Resident
$198.00
$15.00
$1203.00
$1797.00
$2391.00
Senior Rate*
$5.00
$30.00
* Must be age 65 or older as of the 21st day from the start of the semester
*MustbeaNewMexicoResidentasdefinedbytheResidencyClassificationOffice
*Mustregisteronorafterthefirstdayofclassesonly
Bachelor/Graduate: $285.25 per credit hour (subject to change) for 300+ level classes and any classes
originating from Main Campus. For More Details Visit: http://bursar.unm.edu
Payment can be made online via LoboWeb: https://my.unm.edu
Cash, check or money order payments may be made in person or mailed to:
1157 County Road 110; Ranchos de Taos, NM 87557
Tuition Refund
All tuition and fee refunds are
based on the date of official
drop or withdrawal. To receive
consideration for a refund of
paid tuition and fees, students
must complete drop procedures
via LoboWeb or in the Student
Enrollment Department. A refund
is not automatically disbursed
to a student. A written request
must be made. If a refund is
due and payment was made
by check, there is a 21-day
hold period from the payment
receipt date before the refund
is processed. MasterCard/VISA
A
n online course-sharing system
will provide New Mexico
students greater access to courses
and programs. Thirteen colleges are
participating in the implementation of
this online course-sharing system in
New Mexico. Through SUN Online,
students will have the opportunity to
take classes and programs from other
institutions that articulate with their
programs of study, while remaining
enrolled in their own home institution.
http://taos.unm.edu
card payments must be credited
back to the charge card. Check
the "Important Dates" section for
the last drop/refund date for each
semester.
forms. Financial Aid funds are
disbursed the first day of classes.
Scholarship and grant information
is available at:
http://taos.unm.edu.
Financial Aid Award & Payment
Financial Aid forms are available
in the Student Enrollment
Department. Students seeking
financial aid assistance must
complete a FAFSA form. The
UNM school code is 002663.
Once the form has been
submitted, please call 7376215 to verify your eligibility or
if you need help filling out your
If a student withdraws during
the semester, he/she may be
required to pay back a portion of
their financial aid. The pay-back
amount is determined by the
student’s last date of attendance.
If you are skilled at online education
and are interested in taking online
courses that are not available at UNMTaos, please go to the Skill Up Network
website http://skillupnetwork.org for
informationononlinecourseofferings.
If there is a course that interests you,
please contact Erica Holmes-Trujillo
at 737-6290.
Financial Aid office Hours:
Monday - Friday 8:00 am to 5:00
pm. Call 737-6215 for walk-in and
appointment hours.
This workforce product was funded by
a grant awarded by the U.S. Department
of Labor’s Employment and Training
Administration. The product was
created by the grantee and does not
necessarily reflect the official position
of the U.S. Department t of Labor. The
U.S. Department of Labor makes no
guarantees, warranties, or assurances
of any kind, express or implied, with
respect to such information, including
an y information on linked sites and
including, but not limited to, accuracy
of the information or its completeness,
timeliness, usefulness, adequacy,
continued availability, or ownership.
* For the most current class information and course descriptions visit: http://taos.unm.edu/schedule
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SUN PATH & TRiO Student Support Services
SUN PATH I-BEST CERTIFIED
NURSING ASSISTANT AND EMT-BASIC
Interested in getting into the healthcare field but worried about being
able to pass the certification exam?
Perhaps you still lack a high school
diploma but want to jump-start getting into a career? Then this federallyfunded program may be for you!
Financial assistance may be available.
The I-BEST (Integrated Basic Education & Skills Training) courses are
designed to strengthen your reading, writing, math and test-taking
skills while you study for your CNA or
EMT-Basic certificates. The classes
provide extra support for you to gain
employment and succeed in the workplace.
If you are interested in getting more
information about this program,
including requirements and eligibility, contact Rasa Lila @ UNM Taos at
575-737-3730.
TRiO STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES
The mission of TRiO Student Support
Services is to increase the college
retention and graduation rates of
program participants at UNM-Taos.
Participants will be supported through
individualized academic advising,
tutoring, workshops and social/cultural events to develop their abilities to navigate college successfully.
100% federally funded through a
grant from the US Department of Education TRiO Programs.
Located in Padre Martinez Hall Student Support Center, Suite 140
For additional information please visit
taos.unm.edu
Avelina Martinez, Program Manager
575-737-3697
[email protected]
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575-737-6200
KLAUER CAMPUS
Dept. of
Instruction
Classroom Finder
127
124
Exit
PADRE MARTINEZ
121
STUDENT SUPPORT CENTER
129
Restrooms
126
123
PUEBLO HALL
PMSSC
TSPH
Cafe
153
Student
Services
Exit
Admissions
Restrooms
151
CASA
& Library
CASA
Student
Advisors
Financial Aid
TAOS KID’S
TRiO
CAMPUS
TKIDS
D
Restrooms
Restroom
104
Server
Room
County Rd. 110
16
20
Kitchen
Upper
Parking
Bus Stop
115
20
A
Restrooms
Exit
Restroom
Exit
Exit
Parking
Business
Office
Restrooms
C
B
Flag
Poll
Parking
Exit
Exit
230
Exit
Exit
CAREER TECHNICAL
BUILDING
Restrooms
TCTECH
223
221
Lobby
Exit
229
231
102
101
Exit
103
Faculty
Lounge
219
214
Exit
Exit
Exit
Restrooms
211
FRED PERALTA
HALL
TSFPH
102
IT
Vending
Machines
109
105
Sever
Room
Restrooms
Class Location Key
OFFCMP Off Campus
ARR Arranged
PMSSC Padre Martinez
Student Support Center
Klauer Campus 737-6200
CLD Studio, 115 Civic Plaza
Dr., CR #3, 737-3737
Defendu Academy
1008A Paseo del Pueblo
Sur
613-7871
ECRC-Early Childhood
Resource Center 115
Civic Plaza Drive
737-3735
MED Holy Cross Medical
Center Weimer Rd. 7373745
http://taos.unm.edu
Rio Grande Hall
121 Civic Plaza Drive
Taos Farmhouse Cafe
1405 Paseo del Pueblo N.
758-5683
Taos Pilates Studio 1103
Unit 4b Paseo Del Pueblo
Norte
758-7604
213
Physical
Plant
Taos Spa
111 Dona Ana Dr.
758-1980
TCTECH Career Technical
Building Klauer Campus
737-6200
THS Taos High School
134 Cervantes St. 7518000
THS GTECH Green
Technology Center 134
Cervantes St
751-8000
THS WELD Room 134
Cervantes St. 751-8000
TKIDS Taos Kid’s Campus
Klauer Campus 737-6295
TSFPH Fred Peralta Hall
Klauer Campus
737-6200
TSPH Pueblo Hall Klauer
Campus 737-6200
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Summer Class Schedule
CRN
SUBJ
Subject
CRS#
SEC
TITLE
Section
CR
ClassTitle
Fee
27985 ANTH 230 801 Apus, Incas, and Quechuas
.
Course Request
Number (CRN)
Credit
Hours
60
FEE
DAYS
TIME
Days
BLDG
RM
INSTRUCTOR
Time
3 T
6:00pm-8:30pm
Course
Number (CRS#)
THS
214
Building
Number
Heckman, Andrea
Room
Instructor
M=Monday, T=Tuesday, W=Wednesday, R=Thursday, F=Friday, SAT= Saturday, SUN= Sunday
CRN
SUBJ
CRS#
SEC
TITLE
CR
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BLDG
RM
INSTRUCTOR
TR
9:00 AM-11:30 AM
PMSSC
B
ALLDRITT
ANTHROPOLOGY
24827 ANTH
130
800
CULTURES OF THE WORLD
3
APPLIED ARTS & CRAFTS
25729 AAC
114
800
METAL CASTING (2ND 4 WEEK COURSE)
3
$70
MTWR
9:00 AM-2:30 PM
TSFPH
211
HENKEL
25653 AAC
293
800
T: PLEIN AIR PAINTING
3
$25
TR
9:00 AM-2:30 PM
TSFPH
ATRUIM
GALLERY
STEWART
23742 AAC
293
806
T: CREATIVE ILLUSTRATION (6/1-6/30)
2
$30
WR
10:00 AM-3:00 PM
TSFPH
223
PAPONETTI
800
INTRODUCTION TO ART (6 WEEK COURSE) 3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
KING
157
800
SMALL METAL CONSTRUCTION I (2ND 4 WEEK COURSE) 3
MTWR
9:00 AM-2:30 PM
TSFPH
HENKEL
299
800
T: CLIMATE CHANGE SEMINAR
1
ARR
ARR
ARR
107
800
GREEK MYTHOLOGY
3
TR
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
PMSSC
A
SHAW
3
TW
5:00 PM-8:00 PM
PMSSC
B
SPESS
ART HISTORY
24835 ARTH
101
ART STUDIO
25731 ARTS
$70
211
BIOLOGY
25656 BIOL
ZANETELL
CLASSICS
20481 CLST
COMMUNICATION AND JOURNALISM
18122 CJ
130
800
PUBLIC SPEAKING
CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY
25733 CNST
293
800
SOUTHWEST LANDSCAPING
3
M
3:00 PM-5:30 PM
PMSSC
B
BRYAN-JONES
22532 ENGL
107
800
GREEK MYTHOLOGY
3
TR
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
PMSSC
A
SHAW
23921 ENGL
110
801
ACCELERATED COMPOSITION (HYBRID COURSE)
3
M
3:00 PM-5:00 PM
PMSSC
A
LYNCH
24826 ENGL
120
800
COMPOSITION III
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
SHAWVER
ENGLISH
HEALTH CAREERS DENTAL ASSISTING
24025 HCDA
135
800
UNM CLINICAL DENTAL ASSISTING
2
M
4:00 PM-6:30 PM
THS
ROMERO
24029 HCDA
145
800
CLINICAL DENTAL ASSISTING I
3
TBD
TBD
TBD
ROMERO
24030 HCDA
155
800
CLINICAL DENTAL ASSISTING II
4
TBD
TBD
TBD
ROMERO
3
MTWRF
9:00 AM-5:30 PM
TSPH
HEALTH CAREERS HEALTH SCIENCES
25633 HCHS
14
111
800
MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY (6/13-6/17)
126
STEWART
575-737-6200
Summer Class Schedule
CRN
SUBJ
CRS#
SEC
TITLE
CR
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BLDG
RM
INSTRUCTOR
HEALTH CAREERS NURSING ASSISTANT
25642 HCNA
101
800
NURSING ASSISTANT (6/1-6/15) (SKILLS
TRAINING: JUNE 18, 19, 25, 26, JULY 2)
(CLINICAL ROTATION: JULY 3, 9, 10)
4
$45
WR
5:00 PM-9:00 PM
MED
005
VASQUEZ
25643 HCNA
101
801
NURSING ASSISTANT (7/6-7/21) (SKILLS
TRAINING: JULY 23, 24, 30, 31, AUG 6)
(CLINICAL ROTATION: AUG 7, 13, 14)
4
$45
WR
5:00 PM-9:00 PM
MED
005
VASQUEZ
3
$50
M
12:00 PM-6:00 PM
MED
002
MCCALL
HOLISTIC HEALTH AND HEALING ARTS
24836 HHHA
293
801
T: HERBOLOGY I: WILDCRAFTING
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
25638 IT
125
800
MICROCOMPUTER OPERATING SYSTEMS
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
SANBORN
25639 IT
230
800
COMPUTER NETWORKING
4
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
SANBORN
INTEGRATIVE MASSAGE THERAPY
23748 MAS
252
800
MASSAGE THERAPY III
3
$25
W
12:00 PM-6:00 PM
MED
002
SEGARRA
23747 MAS
254
800
MYOFASCIAL AND MYOSKELETAL TECHNIQUES IN MASSAGE THERAPY
3
$25
T
12:00 PM-6:00 PM
MED
002
QUINTANA
19206 MAS
255
800
CLINICAL PRACTICUM IN MASSAGE THERAPY
3
$25
R
12:00 PM-6:00 PM
MED
002
QUINTANA
19207 MAS
255
801
CLINICAL PRACTICUM IN MASSAGE THERAPY
3
$25
F
12:00 PM-6:00 PM
MED
002
SEGARRA
MATHEMATICS
25654 MATH
099
800
PRE-ALGEBRA
4
MW
1:00 PM-4:30 PM
PMSSC
C
SISNEROS
25655 MATH
100
800
INTRODUCTION TO ALGEBRA
4
TR
1:00 PM-4:30 PM
PMSSC
C
SISNEROS
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
WALKER
1:00 PM-3:30 PM
CLD STUDIO
MANSFIELD
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
WALKER
8:00 AM-12:00 PM
TSPH
ELDER
MEDIA ARTS
24831 MA
110
800
INTRODUCTION TO MASS
COMMUNICATION
3
25636 MA
111
800
TECHNICAL INTRODUCTION TO VIDEO
PRODUCTION
3
25637 MA
216
800
T: CULTURAL PERSPECTIVES MEDIA
3
LIFE SCIENCE (1ST 4 WEEK COURSE)
4
W
NATURAL SCIENCE
24818 NTSC
262L 800
MTWR
121
PHYSICAL EDUCATION
25640 GNST
293
800
T: SUMMER BOOT CAMP
3
$25
MWF 12:10 PM-1:00 PM
TAOS SPA
GUYER
25641 GNST
293
801
T: SELF DEFENSE
3
$25
TR
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
DEFENDU ACADEMY
DALY
PROFESSIONAL PHYSICAL EDUCATION
24843 PEP
293
801
T: ECG EVAL & EXER STRESS (6/6-6/10)
3
MTWRF
9:00 AM-5:30 PM
TSPH
126
STEWART
TR
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
PMSSC
B
LAREY
PSYCHOLOGY
24878 PSY
105
800
GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY
3
25678 PSY
240
800
BRAIN & BEHAVIOR
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
BUTT
24828 PSY
260
800
PSYCHOLOGY OF LEARNING & MEMORY
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
BUTT
http://taos.unm.edu
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Summer Hybrid, Online, 1st & 2nd Week Schedule
CRN
SUBJ
CRS#
SEC
TITLE
CR
107
800
LIVING WORLD RELIGIONS
19215 SPAN
101
800
25635 SPAN
102
CRN
CRS#
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BLDG
RM
INSTRUCTOR
3
MW
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
PMSSC
A
SHAW
ELEMENTARY SPANISH I
3
MT
9:00 AM-11:30 AM
PMSSC
A
CARDENAS
800
ELEMENTARY SPANISH II (1ST 4 WEEK COURSE)
3
MTWR
9:00 AM-11:30 AM
PMSSC
C
HERRERA
SEC
TITLE
CR
DAYS
TIME
BLDG
RM
INSTRUCTOR
RELIGION
24829 RELG
SPANISH
SUBJ
FEE
HYBRID - Hybrid courses meet face-to-face for half of the required class meetings. The remainder of the meeting time is used by
student s to work in an online environment, completing additional assignment s or engaging with online materials
ENGLISH
23921 ENGL
CRN
SUBJ
ONLINE -
110
CRS#
801 ACCELERATED COMPOSITION (HYBRID COURSE)
3
SEC
CR
TITLE
M
FEE
DAYS
3:00 PM-5:00 PM
TIME
PMSSC
BLDG
A
RM
LYNCH
INSTRUCTOR
Online courses do not meet face-to-face. They are conduc ted entirely online.
ART HISTORY
24835
ARTH
101
800 INTRODUCTION TO ART (6 WEEK COURSE)
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU KING
120
800 COMPOSITION III
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU SHAWVER
ENGLISH
24826
ENGL
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
25638
IT
125
800 MICROCOMPUTER OPERATING SYSTEMS 3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU SANBORN
25639
IT
230
800 COMPUTER NETWORKING
4
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU SANBORN
MEDIA ARTS
24831
MA
110
800 INTRO TO MASS COMMUNICATION
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU WALKER
25637
MA
216
800 T: CULTURAL PERSPECTIVES
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU WALKER
PSYCHOLOGY
24828
PSY
260
800 PSYCHOLOGY OF LEARNING & MEMORY
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU BUTT
25678
PSY
240
800 BRAIN & BEHAVIOR
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU BUTT
SUBJ
CRS#
CRN
SEC
TITLE
CR
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BLDG
RM
INSTRUCTOR
C
HERRERA
1ST 4 WEEK COURSES JUNE 6 - JULY 2
SPANISH
25635 SPAN
102
CRN
CRS#
SUBJ
800 ELEMENTARY SPANISH II (1ST 4 WEEK COURSE)
SEC
TITLE
3
MTWR
CR
FEE
3
$70
800 SMALL METAL CONSTRUCTION I (2ND 4 WEEK COURSE) 3
$70
DAYS
9:00 AM-11:30 AM
PMSSC
TIME
BLDG
RM
INSTRUCTOR
MTWR
9:00 AM-2:30 PM
TSFPH
211
HENKEL
MTWR
9:00 AM-2:30 PM
TSFPH
211
HENKEL
2ND 8 WEEK COURSES JULY 4 - JULY 30
APPLIED ARTS & CRAFTS
25729 AAC
114
800 METAL CASTING (2ND 4 WEEK COURSE)
ART STUDIO
25731 ARTS
16
157
575-737-6200
Fall 2016 Important Dates
Registration Begins
April 18, Monday
Semester Ends
New Student Orientation
August 17, Wednesday
16-week term
December 17, Saturday
Faculty Orientation
August 20, Saturday
First 8-week term
October 15, Saturday
Last day for removal of incomplete
December 16, Friday
Second 8-week term
December 17, Saturday
Winter Break - No classes/campus closed December 23 January 2
Instruction begins
16-Week term
August 22, Monday
First 8-week term
August 22, Monday
Second 8-week term
October 17, Monday
Cancelation due to lack of financial commitment September 2, Monday
PLEASE NOTE: Failure to add/drop courses by the published
deadlines could affect your Financial Aid Award.
Please see the Financial Aid Office before processing any add/
drop transactions after the published deadlines.
Last day to drop for tuition refund / Last day to drop without a grade
16-week term
September 9, Friday
First 8-week term
September 2, Friday
Second 8-week term
October 28, Friday
Registration ends-last day to add courses or change sections
16-week term
September 2, Friday
First 8-week term
August 26, Friday
Second 8-week term
October 21, Friday
Labor Day, holiday No classes/campus closed September 1, Monday
Last day to change grading options
16-week term (end of fourth week)
January 29, Friday
First 8-week term (end of second week of courses)
January 22, Friday
Second 8-week term (end of 2nd week of courses)
March 25, Friday
Fall Break No classes/campus open
October 13-14,
Thursday-Friday
Last day to drop without dean’s approval
16-week term (end of twelfth week)
November 11, Friday
First 8-week term (end of second week of courses)
September 30, Friday
Second 8-week term (end of second week of
courses)
December 2, Friday
Thanksgiving No classes/campus closed
November 24-25,
Thursday-Friday
Last day to withdraw with dean’s approval
16-week term
December 9, Friday
First 8-week term
October 14, Friday
Second 8-week term
December 9, Friday
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Academic Advisement
ACADEMIC ADVISING: YOUR KEY TO SUCCESS
UNM-Taos Academic Advisors support students to ensure successful progression to graduation. Students are encouraged to meet
with their academic advisor every semester.
• Understand Your Certificate or Associate Degree. One size
does not fit all. Academic Advisors listen to the needs and
wants of each student to collectively create a plan toward
degree completion.
• Do More Than Make a Class Schedule. In addition to helping
students choose classes for the semester, Academic Advisors
guide decision-making regarding how students’ time at
UNM-Taos can help them transfer to a 4 year degree program
or enter the workforce.
• Collaborate to Graduate. Students can collaborate with their
academic advisor and gain useful information on a variety of
campus resources to enhance their educational experience
and obtain their degree.
All UNM Taos academic advisors are members of National Academic Advising Association, enabling advisors to stay current on
advising trends and research.
Do you have
less than 45 credit hours?
Bella Rodriguez 737-6250
[email protected]
TRiO SSS located in PMSSC
Pamela Shepherd 737-3776
[email protected]
TRiO SSS located in PMSSC
Chenoa Velarde 737-3774/3695
[email protected]
Located in CASA
Do you have
more than 45 credit hours?
Are you a CAMP student?
Need to complete your
graduation petition?
Located at Civic Plaza Drive
Erica Holmes-Trujillo 737-6290
[email protected]
Located in Pueblo Hall West
Nicole Romero 737-3721
[email protected]
Christal Martinez 737-3726
[email protected]
Mayra Gutierrez 737-3720
[email protected]
Ariana Delmerico 737-6274
[email protected]
Located in PMSSC
18
575-737-6200
Fall Class Schedule
CRN
SUBJ
Subject
CRS#
SEC
TITLE
Section
CR
ClassTitle
Fee
27985 ANTH 230 801 Apus, Incas, and Quechuas
.
Course Request
Number (CRN)
Credit
Hours
60
FEE
DAYS
Days
TIME
BLDG
RM
INSTRUCTOR
Time
3 T
6:00pm-8:30pm
Course
Number (CRS#)
THS
214
Building
Number
Heckman, Andrea
Room
Instructor
M=Monday, T=Tuesday, W=Wednesday, R=Thursday, F=Friday, SAT= Saturday, SUN= Sunday
CRN
SUBJ
CRS#
SEC
TITLE
CR
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BLDG
RM
INSTRUCTOR
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
57343
AAST
112
800 KEYBOARDING APPLICATIONS
3
$25
R
3:00 PM-5:30 PM
TCTECH
102
VALDEZ
57342
AAST
230
800 BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS (1ST 8
WEEK HYBRID COURSE)
3
$25
W
6:00 PM-8:30 PM
TCTECH
102
VIGIL
57425
AAST
250
800 RECORDS MANAGEMENT
3
$25
M
6:00 PM-8:30 PM
TCTECH
102
GARCIA
AMERICAN STUDIES
35350
AMST
186
800
INTRODUCTION TO SOUTHWEST STUDIES
3
T
09:00 AM-11:30 AM
TSPH
127
TORRES
54173
AMST
186
801
INTRODUCTION TO SOUTHWEST STUDIES
3
R
09:00 AM-11:30 AM
TSPH
127
TORRES
ANTHROPOLOGY
35243
ANTH
101
800 INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGY
3
M
09:00 AM-11:30 AM
TSPH
124
ALLDRITT
47765
ANTH
120
800 ARCHAEOLOGICAL METHOD AND THEORY
3
R
09:00 AM-11:30 AM
TSPH
123
ALLDRITT
47914
ANTH
122L
800 ARCHAEOLOGICAL METHOD AND THEORY LABORATORY
1
TBD
TBD
TBD
ALLDRITT
49006
ANTH
130
801 CULTURES OF THE WORLD
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
HAWTHORNE
54168
ANTH
130
800 CULTURES OF THE WORLD
3
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
TSPH
ALLDRITT
57359
ANTH
150
800 EVOLUTION & HUMAN EMERGENCE
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
REED
57207
ANTH
220
800 WORLD ARCHAEOLOGY
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
REED
R
123
APPLIED ARTS & CRAFTS
54261
AAC
114
800 METAL CASTING
3
$70
R
11:30 AM-4:30 PM
TSFPH
211
HENKEL
31760
AAC
293
800 T: REALISTIC PAINTING
3
$30
W
9:30 AM-2:30 PM
TSFPH
223
PAPONETTI
57309
AAC
293
801 T: PUEBLO POTTERY I
3
$65
M
09:00 AM-2:30 PM
TSFPH
214
MOORE
57310
AAC
293
803 T: PUEBLO POTTERY II
3
$65
M
09:00 AM-2:30 PM
TSFPH
214
MOORE
57311
AAC
293
804 T: RETABLOS
3
$30
MW
5:00 PM-7:30 PM
TSFPH
223
MARQUEZ SMITH
57313
AAC
293
805 T: PLEIN AIR PAINTING
3
$30
TR
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
TSFPH
ART
ATRIUM
STEWART
57314
AAC
293
806 T: PHOTOSHOP FOR ARTISTS
3
$25
T
09:00 AM-11:30 AM
TCTECH
103
CIAGLIA
51327
AAC
293
807 T: CREATIVE ILLUSTRATION
3
$30
M
9:30 AM-2:30 PM
TSFPH
223
PAPONETTI
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
KING
ART HISTORY
51296
ARTH
101
801 INTRODUCTION TO ART (2ND 8 WEEK COURSE) 3
54264
ARTH
101
802 INTRODUCTION TO ART
3
$25
T
09:00 AM-11:30 AM
TSPH
151
BLAUSTEIN
24685
ARTH
201
800 HISTORY OF ART I
3
$25
R
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
TSPH
151
TOBIN
57380
ARTH
202
800 HISTORY OF ART II (1ST 8 WEEK COURSE)
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
http://taos.unm.edu
KING
19
Fall Class Schedule
CRN
SUBJ
CRS#
SEC
TITLE
CR
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BLDG
RM
INSTRUCTOR
ART STUDIO
54267
ARTS
106
801 DRAWING I
3
$30
TR
1:30 PM-4:00 PM
TSFPH
221
STOLAR
57305
ARTS
125
800 ART PRACTICES I
3
$30
TR
10:00 AM-12:30 PM
TSFPH
221
STOLAR
44827
ARTS
157
800 SMALL METAL CONSTRUCTION I
3
$70
TR
5:00 PM-7:30 PM
TSFPH
211
HENKEL
24411
ARTS
168
800 INTRODUCTION TO CERAMICS
3
$65
T
09:00 AM-2:30 PM
TSFPH
214
AKINS
47822
ARTS
187
800 INTRODUCTION TO PHOTOGRAPHY
3
$55
TR
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
TSFPH
230
BLAUSTEIN
57308
ARTS
205
800 DRAWING II
3
$30
M
9:00 AM-2:30 PM
TSFPH
221
HEFFERNAN
37908
ARTS
207
800 PAINTING I
3
$45
TR
09:00 AM-11:30 AM
TSFPH
223
LOCKHART
57303
ARTS
208
800 PAINTING II
3
$45
W
9:00 AM-2:30 PM
TSFPH
221
COOK
47824
ARTS
274
800 INTRODUCTION TO PRINTMAKING
3
$65
W
09:00 AM-2:30 PM
TSFPH
229
LYNCH
57306
ARTS
293
800 BEGINNING WATERCOLOR PAINTING
3
$30
TR
1:00 PM-3:30 PM
TSFPH
223
LOCKHART
57302
ARTS
298
800 T: MONOTYPE
3
$65
T
9:00 AM-2:30 PM
TSFPH
229
COOK
57307
ARTS
298
801 T: MONOTYPE
3
$65
R
9:00 AM-2:30 PM
TSFPH
229
COOK
800 INTRODUCTION TO ASTRONOMY
3
M
6:00 PM-8:15 PM
TSPH
121
GOINS
ASTRONOMY
47833
ASTR
101
47834
ASTR
101L 800 ASTRONOMY LABORATORY
1
M
8:30 PM -10:00 PM
TSPH
121
GOINS
3
T
9:00 AM-11:30 AM
MED
001
ZANETELL
BIOLOGY
41893
BIOL
110
800 BIOLOGY NON-MAJORS
41895
BIOL
112L 800 BIOLOGY LABORATORY FOR NONMAJORS
1
T
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
MED
001
ZANETELL
23458
BIOL
123
800 BIOLOGY FOR HEALTH RELATED SCIENCES
AND NON-MAJORS
3
M
3:00 PM-5:30 PM
THS
D 202
MARTINEZ
23459
BIOL
124L 800 BIOLOGY FOR HEALTH RELATED SCIENCES
AND NON-MAJORS LAB
1
W
3:00 PM-5:30 PM
THS
D 202
MARTINEZ
57320
BIOL
123
801 BIOLOGY FOR HEALTH RELATED SCIENCES
AND NON-MAJORS
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
STAFF
57321
BIOL
124L 801 BIOLOGY FOR HEALTH RELATED SCIENCES
AND NON-MAJORS LAB
1
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
STAFF
55660
BIOL
201L 801 MOLECULAR & CELL BIOLOGY (HYBRID COURSE)
4
R
9:00 AM-11:30 PM
MED
001
ZANETELL
45032
BIOL
237
800 HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I
FOR THE HEALTH SCIENCES
3
M
3:00 PM-5:30 PM
MED
001
STEWART
45033
BIOL
247L 800 HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY LABORATORY I
1
W
3:00 PM-5:30 PM
MED
001
STEWART
44804
BIOL
238
800 HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II
FOR THE HEALTH SCIENCES
3
M
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
MED
001
STEWART
44805
BIOL
248L 800 HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY LABORATORY II
1
W
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
MED
001
STEWART
57322
BIOL
299
800 T: PATHOPHYSIOLOGY
3
TR
3:00 PM-5:30 PM
MED
001
STEWART
CHEMISTRY
54121
CHEM
111
800 ELEMENTS OF GENERAL CHEMISTRY
4
TR
3:00 PM-5:30 PM
THS
D 201
MATZ
54530
CHEM
121
800 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I
3
M
3:00 PM-5:30 PM
THS
D 201
RAEL
54531
CHEM
123L 800 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I LABORATORY
1
W
3:00 PM-5:30 PM
THS
D 201
RAEL
20
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575-737-6200
Fall Class Schedule
CRN
SUBJ
CRS#
SEC
TITLE
CR
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BLDG
RM
INSTRUCTOR
CLASSICS
57209
CLST
204
800 GREEK CIVILIZATION
3
T
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
PMSSC
A
SHAW
MTWR
9:00 AM-4:00 PM
TBD
TBD
KAUFMAN
COMMERCIAL DRIVERS LICENSE
57243
GNST
293
806 T: CDL A (2ND 8 WEEK COURSE)
3
$1,650
57244
GNST
293
807 T: CDL ROAD DRIVING (2ND 8 WEEK COURSE)
3
MTWR
9:00 AM-4:00 PM
TBD
TBD
KAUFMAN
57245
GNST
293
808 T: CDL RANGE & YARD SKILLS (2ND 8 WEEK COURSE)
3
MTWR
9:00 AM-4:00 PM
TBD
TBD
KAUFMAN
57246
GNST
293
809 T: ENDORSEMENT TRAINING (2ND 8 WEEK COURSE)
3
MTWR
9:00 AM-4:00 PM
TBD
TBD
KAUFMAN
57247
GNST
293
810 T: YARD SKILLS II (2ND 8 WEEK COURSE)
3
MTWR
9:00 AM-4:00 PM
TBD
TBD
KAUFMAN
48998
GNST
293
822 T: CDL A
3
SAT/SUN
9:00 AM-5:30 PM
TBD
TBD
KAUFMAN
48999
GNST
293
823 T: CDL ROAD DRIVING
3
SAT/SUN
9:00 AM-5:30 PM
TBD
TBD
STAFF
49000
GNST
293
824 T: CDL RANGE & YARD SKILLS
3
SAT/SUN
9:00 AM-5:30 PM
TBD
TBD
KAUFMAN
49001
GNST
293
825 T: CDL ENDORSEMENTS TRAINING
3
SAT/SUN
9:00 AM-5:30 PM
TBD
TBD
KAUFMAN
49002
GNST
293
826 T: CDL YARD SKILLS II
3
SAT/SUN
9:00 AM-5:30 PM
TBD
TBD
STAFF
$1,650
COMMUNICATION & JOURNALISM
23356
CJ
130
800 PUBLIC SPEAKING
3
R
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
PMSSC
A
SPESS
23358
CJ
130
801 PUBLIC SPEAKING
3
W
9:00 AM-11:30 AM
PMSSC
A
SPESS
35360
CJ
130
802 PUBLIC SPEAKING
3
R
9:00 AM-11:30 AM
PMSSC
A
SPESS
51161
CJ
130
803 PUBLIC SPEAKING
3
W
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
PMSSC
A
SPESS
COMPUTER SCIENCE
26408
CS
150L 800 COMPUTING FOR BUSINESS STUDENTS
3
$30
T
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
TCTECH
102
WHITEHEAD
54232
CS
105L 800 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER PROGRAMMING
3
$25
R
9:00 AM-11:30 AM
TCTECH
102
SANBORN
3
$25
R
6:00 PM-8:30 PM
TSPH
124
FORONDA
COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY
26347
CT
102
803 INTRO MICROCOMPUTERS ON PC
54245
CT
107L 800 MICROSOFT EXCEL
3
$25
M
3:00 PM-5:30 PM
TCTECH
102
ROMERO
57231
CT
109L 800 DESKTOP PUBLISHING ON MAC
3
$25
R
3:00 PM-5:30 PM
TCTECH
103
PENICK
54244
CT
110L 800 DIGITAL IMAGERY I
3
$25
T
9:00 AM-11:30 AM
TCTECH
103
CIAGLIA
57233
CT
112L 800 MICROSOFT ACCESS
3
$25
W
6:00 PM-8:30 PM
TSPH
124
FORONDA
57230
CT
113L 800 MULTIMEDIA I
3
$25
R
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
TCTECH
103
WHITEHEAD
51126
CT
114L 800 INTRO WWW PUBLISHING (2ND 8 WEEK COURSE)
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
CHAVEZ
54240
CT
125
800 INTRO TO MACINTOSH
3
$25
W
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
TCTECH
103
WHITEHEAD
55560
CT
170
801 INTRO TO INTERNET
3
$25
T
6:00 PM-8:30 PM
TSPH
124
FORONDA
57228
CT
175L 800 PLANNING & DESIGNING A WEBSITE (2ND 8 WEEK COURSE)
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
CHAVEZ
57232
CT
190L 800 DESKTOP PUBLISHING II
3
$25
R
3:00 PM-5:30 PM
TCTECH
103
PENICK
57240
CT
210L 800 DIGITAL IMAGERY II
3
$25
W
9:00 AM-11:30 AM
TCTECH
103
CIAGLIA
57229
CT
293
3
$25
M
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
TCTECH
102
WHITEHEAD
3
$25
T
3:00 PM-5:30 PM
THS GTECH
800 T: OFFICE 365
CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY
57283
CNST
109
800 PLUMBING THEORY I
http://taos.unm.edu
DOBRY
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Fall Class Schedule
CRN
SUBJ
CRS#
SEC
TITLE
CR
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BLDG
RM
INSTRUCTOR
57284
CNST
111
800 INTRODUCTION TO WELDING
3
$25
T
3:00 PM-5:30 PM
THS GTECH
TORRES
57285
CNST
116
800 METAL SHOP
3
$25
T
6:00 PM-8:30 PM
THS GTECH
TORRES
57286
CNST
117
800 PRINCIPLES OXYACETYLENE WELDING
3
$25
R
3:00 PM-5:30 PM
THS GTECH
TORRES
57282
CNST
120
800 PRINCIPLES OF ELECTRICITY
3
$25
TR
11:40 AM-1:10 PM
THS GTECH
STOUT
57287
CNST
136
800 SUSTAINABLE FOOD FARMING (2ND 8 WEEK COURSE)
3
$25
TR
3:00 PM-5:30 PM
TAOS FARMHOUSE CAFÉ
ROSEBERRY
57427
CNST
174
801 DESIGN FOR GREEN BUILDING
3
$25
TR
9:25 AM-10:55 AM
THS GTECH
GOLDMAN
39820
CNST
175
801 BLUEPRINT READING
3
$25
MW
9:25 AM-10:55 AM
THS GTECH
GOLDMAN
47793
CNST
184
800 GENERAL CARPENTRY
3
$25
MW
11:40 AM-1:10 PM
THS GTECH
GOLDMAN
57288
CNST
293
800 T: FOUNDATIONS SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE
3
$25
W
3:30 PM-6:00 PM
THS GTECH
SANTISTEVAN
57289
CNST
293
801 T: NATIVE PLANTS AND BASIC TREE CARE
3
$25
M
3:00 PM-5:30 PM
THS GTECH
JONES
57290
CNST
293
802 T: SUSTAINABLE SYTEMS LAB
3
$25
F
9:25 AM-10:55 AM
THS GTECH
GOLDMAN
57291
CNST
293
803 T: SUSTAINABLE SYSTEMS LAB
3
$25
F
11:40 AM-1:10 PM
THS GTECH
GOLDMAN
CRIMINAL JUSTICE
31855
CRJS
102
800 INTRODUCTION TO CORRECTIONS
3
T
6:00 PM-8:30 PM
TSPH
126
AGUILAR
34419
CRJS
103
800 JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM
3
M
6:00 PM-8:30 PM
TSPH
126
AGUILAR
34420
CRJS
201
800 CRIMINAL LAW I
3
W
6:00 PM-8:30 PM
TSPH
126
GALLEGOS
CULINARY ARTS
51131
CART
101
800 INTRODUCTION TO CULINARY ARTS
3
$85
M
4:00 PM-6:30 PM
THS
B 210
TANKERSLEY
47795
CART
102
800 SOUPS STOCKS & SAUCES
3
$85
T
4:00 PM-6:30 PM
THS
B 210
MORRIS
57242
CART
108
800 SERVSAFE (8/27 & 9/10)
1
SAT
9:00 AM-5:00 PM
THS
B 210
SPEARS
54221
CART
120
800 NUEVO LATINO CUISINE
3
$85
W
4:00 PM-6:30 PM
THS
B 210
MARQUEZ
57200
CART
150
800 BASICS OF PASTRY (2ND 8 WEEK COURSE) 3
$85
SAT
8:00 AM-1:00 PM
THS
B 210
MORRIS
55562
CART
156
801 FANCY CAKE DECORATION (1ST 8 WEEK COURSE)
3
$85
SAT
11:00 AM-4:00 PM
THS
B 210
THOMAS
57199
CART
293
800 T: INTRO HOSPITALITY TOURISM AND RECREATION
3
R
4:00 PM-6:30 PM
TSPH
123
STAFF
57341
CART
293
801 T: VEGAN COOKING
3
$85
F
4:00 PM-6:30 PM
THS
B 210
FIELDS
$25
F
9:00 AM-11:30 AM
TCTECH
103
TRUJILLO
DIGITAL MEDIA ARTS
57237
DMA
100
800 DIGITAL FOUNDATIONS
3
57238
DMA
270
800 SPECIAL PROJECTS: PORTFOLIO
3
CLD STUDIO
MOYA
ATIAS
EARLY CHILDHOOD MULTICULTURAL EDUCATION
25522
ECME
101
800 CHILD GROWTH DEVELOPMENT & LEARNING
3
R
3:30 PM-6:00 PM
TSPH
28321
ECME
103
801 HEALTH SAFETY & NUTRITION
2
T
6:00 PM-7:40 PM
TAOS KIDS CAMPUS
STAFF
24290
ECME
117
801 CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT THROUGH
PLAY - BIRTH THROUGH AGE 4 (PREK)
3
T
3:30 PM-6:00 PM
TAOS KIDS CAMPUS
ATIAS
24821
ECME
117L 800 PRACTICUM FOR CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT
THROUGH PLAY - BIRTH THROUGH AGE 4 (PREK)
2
T
6:00 PM-7:40 PM
TAOS KIDS CAMPUS
ATIAS
57218
ECME
193
800 T: FOUNDATIONS OF EARLY CARE
3
M
6:00 PM-8:30 PM
ECRC
ALANIZ
26298
ECME
202
800 INTRODUCTION TO READING AND LITERACY DEVELOPMENT
3
W
3:30 PM-6:00 PM
TSPH
39104
ECME
230
800 PROFESSIONALISM
2
M
3:30 PM-5:10 PM
TAOS KIDS CAMPUS
22
126
126
ATIAS
JARAMILLO
575-737-6200
Fall Class Schedule
CRN
SUBJ
CRS#
SEC
TITLE
CR
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BLDG
RM
INSTRUCTOR
EARTH & PLANETARY SCIENCES
23479
EPS
101
23480
EPS
57319
EPS
800 HOW THE EARTH WORKS-AN
INTRODUCTION TO GEOLOGY
3
M
9:00 AM-11:30 AM
TSPH
121
RAGLAND
105L 800 PHYSICAL GEOLOGY LABORATORY
1
W
9:00 AM-11:30 AM
TSPH
121
RAGLAND
115
800 GEOLOGICAL DISASTERS
3
T
6:00 PM-8:30 PM
TSPH
121
RAGLAND
801 INTRODUCTORY MACROECONOMICS
3
W
6:00 PM-8:30 PM
PMSSC
A
MCELROY
ECONOMICS
55422
ECON
105
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES
55630
EMS
113
800 EMT-BASIC
8
$135 TBD
TBD
RIO GRANDE HALL STAFF
55631
EMS
142
800 EMT-BASIC LABORATORY
2
TBD
TBD
RIO GRANDE HALL STAFF
57224
EMS
180
800 EMT-INTERMEDIATE
5
$135 WRF
8:30 AM-12:00 PM
RIO GRANDE HALL WRIGHT
57225
EMS
143
800 EMT-INTERMEDIATE LABORATORY
1
WRF
8:30 AM-12:00 PM
RIO GRANDE HALL WRIGHT
ENGLISH
51187
ENGL
110
800 ACCELERATED COMPOSITION
3
T
9:00 AM-11:30 AM
TSPH
124
LYNCH
57203
ENGL
110
801 ACCELERATED COMPOSITION
3
T
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
TSPH
123
CUNNINGHAM
51189
ENGL
110
802 ACCELERATED COMPOSITION (1ST 8
WEEK HYBRID COURSE)
3
W
1:00 PM-3:30 PM
TSPH
124
SHAWVER
51272
ENGL
111
800 COMPOSITION I
3
T
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
TSPH
126
BRADLEY
51492
ENGL
113
801 ENHANCED COMPOSITION
4
M
9:00 AM-11:30 AM
TSPH
123
LYNCH
W
9:00 AM-10:30 AM
TSPH
123
LYNCH
T
3:00 PM-5:30 PM
TSPH
126
CUNNINGHAM
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
CUNNINGHAM
51210
ENGL
120
800 COMPOSITION III
3
51212
ENGL
120
802 COMPOSITION III
3
51271
ENGL
120
803 COMPOSITION III (2ND 8 WEEK HYBRID COURSE)
3
W
1:00 PM-3:30 PM
TSPH
123
SHAWVER
57204
ENGL
150
800 STUDY OF LITERATURE
3
W
6:00 PM-8:30 PM
TSPH
123
SCADDING
23380
ENGL
219
800 TECHNICAL & PROFESSIONAL WRITING
3
W
9:00 AM-11:30 AM
TSPH
124
SCADDING
55695
ENGL
224
801 INTRODUCTION TO CREATIVE WRITING
(2ND 8 WEEK HYBRID COURSE)
3
M
1:00 PM-3:30 PM
TSPH
124
SHAWVER
54165
ENGL
292
800 WORLD LITERATURES: ANCIENT WORLD
THROUGH THE 16TH CENTURY
3
M
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
TSPH
123
SHAW
3
T
9:00 AM-11:30 AM
TSPH
129
RANNEFELD
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
23481
ENVS
101
800 THE BLUE PLANET
51280
ENVS
102L 800 THE BLUE PLANET LABORATORY
1
R
9:00 AM-11:30 AM
TSPH
129
RANNEFELD
57315
ENVS
101
3
T
3:00 PM-5:30 PM
THS
D 205
GILROY
57316
ENVS
102L 801 THE BLUE PLANET LABORATORY
1
R
3:00 PM-5:30 PM
THS
D 205
GILROY
801 THE BLUE PLANET
GENERAL STUDIES
57278
GNST
293
812 T: INTRO TO FLY FISHING (9/24-10/29)
3
$100
SAT
10:00 AM-5:00 PM
TAOS FLY SHOP
STREIT
57279
GNST
293
813 T: FLY TYING (11/1-11/17)
1
$50
TR
5:00 PM-6:30 PM
TAOS FLY SHOP
STREIT
57280
GNST
293
814 T: ADVANCED NYMPH FISHING (11/5 & 11/6)
1
$45
SAT/SUN
10:00 AM-5:00 PM
TAOS FLY SHOP
STREIT
http://taos.unm.edu
23
Fall Class Schedule
CRN
SUBJ
CRS#
SEC
TITLE
CR
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BLDG
RM
INSTRUCTOR
GEOGRAPHY
54129
GEOG
101
800 HOME PLANET: LAND, WATER AND LIFE
3
M
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
TSPH
129
RANNEFELD
57317
GEOG
105L 800 HOME PLANET: LAND, WATER AND LIFE
LABORATORY
1
R
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
TSPH
129
RANNEFELD
WR
1:00 PM-4:00 PM
TBD
TBD
REDDELL
WR
1:00 PM-4:00 PM
TBD
TBD
REDDELL
WR
5:30 PM-9:00 PM
MED
005
VASQUEZ
HEALTH CAREERS NURSING ASSISTANT
57223
HCNA
101
800 NURSING ASSISTANT (I-BEST NURSING ASSISTANT)
4
55366
GNST
293
804 T: CNA I-BEST
2
57281
HCNA
101
801 NURSING ASSISTANT (8/3-8/18) SKILLS
TRAINING: 8/20, 21, 27, 28, & 9/3)
CLINICAL ROTATION: 9/4, 10, 11)
4
$45
$45
HISTORY
23390
HIST
102
800 WESTERN CIVILIZATION POST 1648
3
R
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
PMSSC
B
SHAW
57426
HIST
161
800 US HISTORY TO 1877
3
W
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
PMSSC
B
SHAW
57415
HIST
162
800 US HISTORY SINCE 1877
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
STAFF
57211
HIST
181
800 EARLY LATIN AMERICA
3
T
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
PMSSC
B
LARRICHIO
57212
HIST
220
800 HISTORY OF TAOS
3
T
9:00 AM-11:30 AM
PMSSC
B
ROMERO
HOLISTIC HEALTH AND HEALING ARTS
24363
HHHA
101
800 INTRODUCTION TO HEALING ARTS
3
$25
W
9:00 AM-11:30 AM
MED
002
ELLIS-SANKARI
37945
HHHA
102
800 MEDITATION, CONSCIOUSNESS & SELF HEALING
3
$25
T
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
MED
002
MURPHY
24364
HHHA
104
800 HATHA YOGA
3
$25
R
6:00 PM-8:30 PM
MED
002
STEWART
44974
HHHA
105
800 TAI JI-OIGONG
3
$25
T
9:00 AM-11:30 AM
MED
002
EAGLE
24365
HHHA
106
800 INTRODUCTION TO MASSAGE
3
$25
W
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
RGH
MSG RM
SEGARRA
51308
HHHA
116
800 INTRODUCTION TO ORIENTAL MEDICINE
3
$25
M
3:00 PM-5:30 PM
RGH
MSG RM
TEITELBAUM
54401
HHHA
117
800 DREAMS, VISIONS AND ART MAKING
3
$25
T
6:00 PM-8:30 PM
MED
002
COOK
54402
HHHA
118
800 AYURVEDA
3
$25
T
3:00 PM-5:30 PM
MED
002
SHAW
54249
HHHA
141
800 YOGA TEACHING METHODOLOGIES & ETHICS (9/24 & 9/25)
1
$25
SAT/SUN
9:00 AM-5:00 PM
MED
002
GRIER
54250
HHHA
142
800 YOGA THERAPY I (11/5 & 11/6)
1
$25
SAT/SUN
9:00 AM-5:00 PM
MED
002
GRIER
54507
HHHA
149
800 INTRODUCTION TO HERBOLOGY
3
$25
M
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
MED
002
MCCALL
57375
HHHA
150
800 16 WEEKS TO WELLNESS
3
$25
R
6:00 PM-8:30 PM
MED
002
GRIER
54247
HHHA
293
800 T: GUIDE TO FIRST AID HOMEOPATHY (9/10 & 9/11)
1
$25
SAT/SUN
9:00 AM-5:00 PM
MED
002
KOCH
57294
HHHA
293
801 T: TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE:
PULSE DIAGNOSIS (9/17 & 9/18)
1
$25
SAT/SUN
9:00 AM-5:00 PM
MED
002
TEITELBAUM
57293
MAS
263
800 YOGA & PSYCHOLOGY OF CHAKRAS
3
$25
F
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
MED
002
SEGARRA
HUMAN SERVICES
47764
HS
101
800 INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN SERVICES
3
W
6:00 PM-8:30 PM
PMSSC
C
SILVA
54376
HS
105
800 GROUP DYNAMICS
3
T
3:00 PM-5:30 PM
PMSSC
B
ARGUELLO
35163
HS
109
800 TECHNIQUES OF ASSESSMENT AND INTERVENTION
3
F
9:00 AM-11:30 AM
PMSSC
A
SANCHEZ
24367
HS
250
800 CLINICAL EXPERIENCE IN HUMAN SERVICES
3
M
4:00 PM-5:15 PM
TSPH
127
MIERA
24
* For the most current class information and course descriptions visit: http://taos.unm.edu/schedule
575-737-6200
Fall Class Schedule
CRN
SUBJ
CRS#
SEC
TITLE
CR
FEE
24368
HS
251
800 ADVANCED CLINICAL EXPERIENCE IN HUMAN SERVICES 3
M
4:00 PM-5:15 PM
TSPH
127
MIERA
24369
HS
252
800 ADVANCED CLINICAL EXPERIENCE IN HUMAN SERVICES II
M
4:00 PM-5:15 PM
TSPH
127
MIERA
4
DAYS
TIME
BLDG
RM
INSTRUCTOR
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
55236
IT
131
800 INTRODUCTION TO HARDWARE INSTALLATION
3
$25
W
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
TCTECH
102
SANBORN
57234
IT
140
800 HELP DESK I
3
$25
R
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
TCTECH
102
SANBORN
INTEGRATIVE MASSAGE THERAPY
37947
MAS
250
800 MASSAGE THERAPY I
3
$1,000
W
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
RGH
MAS RM
SEGARRA
37948
MAS
251
800 MASSAGE THERAPY II
3
$25
W
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
RGH
MAS RM
SEGARRA
57298
MAS
257
800 BALINESE TRADITIONAL MASSAGE (10/1 & 10/2)
1
$25
SAT/SUN
9:00 AM-5:00 PM
RGH
MAS RM
SEGARRA
57299
MAS
258
800 TRADITIONAL THAI MASSAGE (10/8 & 10/9)
1
$25
SAT/SUN
9:00 AM-5:00 PM
RGH
MAS RM
SHAW
54257
MAS
260
800 CULTURAL DIVERSITY COMPETENCY AND
CROSS-CULTURAL ETHICAL ISSUES
3
$25
W
3:00 PM-5:30 PM
RGH
MAS RM
SEGARRA
57296
MAS
261
800 CRANIAL SACRAL II (8/27-8/28)
1
$25
SAT/
SUN
9:00 AM-5:00 PM
RGH
MAS RM
VEAL
57293
MAS
263
800 YOGA & PSYCHOLOGY OF CHAKRAS
3
$25
F
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
MED
002
SEGARRA
57295
MAS
280
800 MASSAGE ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
3
$25
T
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
RGH
MAS RM
QUINTANA
57297
MAS
293
800 T: PROFESSIONAL ETHIC 1ST AID & CPR (10/22)
1
$25
SAT
9:00 AM-5:00 PM
RGH
MAS RM
SEGARRA
57300
MAS
293
801 T: ADVANCED TECHNIQUES KNEE (10/29 & 10/30)
1
$25
SAT/SUN
9:00 AM-5:00 PM
RGH
MAS RM
QUINTANA
57301
MAS
293
803 T: MASSAGE FLOW DANCE (SEQUENCING FOR SPAS) (11/12 & 11/13)
1
$25
SAT/SUN
9:00 AM-3:00 PM
RGH
MAS RM
GATES
24365
HHHA
106
800 INTRODUCTION TO MASSAGE
3
$25
W
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
RGH
MAS RM
SEGARRA
51308
HHHA
116
800 INTRODUCTION TO ORIENTAL MEDICINE
3
$25
M
3:00 PM-5:30 PM
RGH
MAS RM
TEITELBAUM
3
$25
R
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
TSPH
126
BRADLEY
$25
W
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
TSPH
126
BRADLEY
INTRODUCTORY STUDIES ENGLISH
54215
ISE
100
800 ESSAY WRITING
INTRODUCTORY STUDIES READING
23491
ISR
100
800 READING,CRITICAL THINKING
3
LATN
101
800 ELEMENTARY LATIN I
3
W
9:00 AM-11:30 AM
TSPH
126
TORRES
M
6:00 PM-8:30 PM
PMSSC
A
DURAN
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
SANTISTEVAN
LATIN
23413
MANAGEMENT
42253
MGMT
101
800 FUNDAMENTALS OF ACCOUNTING I
3
54183
MGMT
113
800 MANAGEMENT AN INTRODUCTION
3
MATHEMATICS
26669
MATH
099
800 PRE-ALGEBRA
4
TR
3:00 PM-4:45 PM
TSPH
127
SISNEROS
26670
MATH
099
801 PRE-ALGEBRA
4
MW
1:00 PM-2:45 PM
TSPH
127
RAEL
57346
MATH
099
802 PRE-ALGEBRA
4
MW
8:00 AM-9:45 AM
TSPH
127
RAEL
26672
MATH
100
800 INTRODUCTION TO ALGEBRA
4
TR
1:00 PM-2:45 PM
TSPH
127
SISNEROS
47760
MATH
100
802 INTRODUCTION TO ALGEBRA
4
MW
10:00 AM-11:45 AM
TSPH
127
RAEL
54150
MATH
101
800 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA PART I (ALEKS)
1
TR
3:00 PM-4:30 PM
TSPH
124
SCHAUERMANN
http://taos.unm.edu
$10
* For the most current class information and course descriptions visit: http://taos.unm.edu/schedule
25
Fall Class Schedule
CRN
SUBJ
CRS#
SEC
TITLE
CR
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BLDG
RM
INSTRUCTOR
54154
MATH
101
801 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA PART I (ALEKS)
1
$10
TR
1:00 PM-2:30 PM
TSPH
124
SCHAUERMANN
54163
MATH
101
802 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA PART I (ALEKS)
1
$10
MW
3:00 PM-4:30 PM
TSPH
124
SCHAUERMANN
54152
MATH
102
800 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA PART II (ALEKS)
1
$10
TR
3:00 PM-4:30 PM
TSPH
124
SCHAUERMANN
54162
MATH
102
801 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA PART II (ALEKS)
1
$10
TR
1:00 PM-2:30 PM
TSPH
124
SCHAUERMANN
54537
MATH
102
802 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA PART II (ALEKS) (2ND 8 WEEK COURSE)
1
$10
MW
3:00 PM-4:30 PM
TSPH
124
SCHAUERMANN
57337
MATH
102
803 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA PART II (ALEKS)
1
$10
MW
3:00 PM-4:30 PM
TSPH
124
SCHAUERMANN
54538
MATH
102
804 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA PART II (ALEKS) (2ND 8 WEEK COURSE)
1
$10
TR
1:00 PM-2:30 PM
TSPH
124
SCHAUERMANN
54539
MATH
102
805 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA PART II (ALEKS) (2ND 8 WEEK COURSE)
1
$10
TR
3:00 PM-4:30 PM
TSPH
124
SCHAUERMANN
54540
MATH
103
800 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA PART III (ALEKS) (2ND 8 WEEK COURSE)
1
$10
MW
3:00 PM-4:30 PM
TSPH
124
SCHAUERMANN
54541
MATH
103
801 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA PARTIII (ALEKS) (2ND 8 WEEK COURSE)
1
$10
TR
1:00 PM-2:30 PM
TSPH
124
SCHAUERMANN
54542
MATH
103
802 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA PART III (ALEKS) (2ND 8 WEEK COURSE)
1
$10
TR
3:00 PM-4:30 PM
TSPH
124
SCHAUERMANN
57338
MATH
103
803 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA PART III (ALEKS)
1
$10
MW
3:00 PM-4:30 PM
TSPH
124
SCHAUERMANN
57339
MATH
103
804 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA PART III (ALEKS)
1
$10
TR
3:00 PM-4:30 PM
TSPH
124
SCHAUERMANN
57340
MATH
103
805 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA PART III (ALEKS)
1
$10
TR
1:00 PM-2:30 PM
TSPH
124
SCHAUERMANN
47841
MATH
106
800 PROBLEMS IN INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA
1
W
2:00 PM-2:50 PM
TSPH
154
NICHOLLS
54133
MATH
106
801 PROBLEMS IN INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA
1
W
12:00 PM-12:50 PM
TSPH
154
NICHOLLS
57325
MATH
106
802 PROBLEMS IN INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA
1
W
11:00 AM-11:50 AM
TSPH
154
NICHOLLS
57327
MATH
106
803 PROBLEMS IN INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA
1
M
1:00 PM-1:50 PM
TSPH
154
SCHAUERMANN
57329
MATH
106
804 PROBLEMS IN INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA
1
W
1:00 PM-1:50 PM
TSPH
154
SCHAUERMANN
57331
MATH
106
805 PROBLEMS IN INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA
1
R
9:00 AM-09:50 AM
TSPH
154
SCHAUERMANN
57333
MATH
106
806 PROBLEMS IN INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA
1
R
10:00 AM-10:50 AM
TSPH
154
SCHAUERMANN
57335
MATH
106
807 PROBLEMS IN INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA
1
R
11:00 AM-11:50 AM
TSPH
154
SCHAUERMANN
47842
MATH
107
800 PROBLEMS IN COLLEGE ALGEBRA
1
W
2:00 PM-2:50 PM
TSPH
154
NICHOLLS
54134
MATH
107
801 PROBLEMS IN COLLEGE ALGEBRA
1
W
12:00 PM-12:50 PM
TSPH
154
NICHOLLS
57326
MATH
107
802 PROBLEMS IN COLLEGE ALGEBRA
1
W
11:00 AM-11:50 AM
TSPH
154
NICHOLLS
57328
MATH
107
803 PROBLEMS IN COLLEGE ALGEBRA
1
M
1:00 PM-1:50 PM
TSPH
154
SCHAUERMANN
57330
MATH
107
804 PROBLEMS IN COLLEGE ALGEBRA
1
W
1:00 PM-1:50 PM
TSPH
154
SCHAUERMANN
57332
MATH
107
805 PROBLEMS IN COLLEGE ALGEBRA
1
R
9:00 AM-09:50 AM
TSPH
154
SCHAUERMANN
57334
MATH
107
806 PROBLEMS IN COLLEGE ALGEBRA
1
R
10:00 AM-10:50 AM
TSPH
154
SCHAUERMANN
57336
MATH
107
807 PROBLEMS IN COLLEGE ALGEBRA
1
R
11:00 AM-11:50 AM
TSPH
154
SCHAUERMANN
48988
MATH
110
801 PROBLEMS IN ELEMENTS OF CALCULUS
1
M
12:00 PM-1:00 PM
PMSSC
D
RAGLAND
38080
MATH
111
800 MATHEMATICS FOR ELEMENTARY AND MIDDLE SCHOOL TEACHERS I
3
R
3:00 PM-5:45 PM
PMSSC
A
MOYA
41901
MATH
121
801 COLLEGE ALGEBRA
3
TR
3:00 PM-4:25 PM
PMSSC
D
PINKERTON
51283
MATH
129
800 SURVEY OF MATH
3
TR
6:00 PM-7:15 PM
TSPH
127
SISNEROS
57324
MATH
150
800 PRE-CALCULUS MATH
3
TR
3:00 PM-4:30 PM
TSPH
123
NICHOLLS
41902
MATH
162
800 CALCULUS I
4
MW
10:00 AM-11:45 AM
PMSSC
D
RAGLAND
41903
MATH
180
800 ELEMENTS OF CALCULUS I
3
MW
8:30 AM-9:45 AM
PMSSC
D
RAGLAND
51104
MATH
215
800 MATHEMATICS FOR ELEMENTARY AND MIDDLE SCHOOL TEACHERS III
3
T
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
TSPH
129
SALAZAR
26
* For the most current class information and course descriptions visit: http://taos.unm.edu/schedule
575-737-6200
Fall Class Schedule
CRN
SUBJ
CRS#
SEC
TITLE
CR
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BLDG
RM
INSTRUCTOR
MEDIA ARTS
51106
MA
110
800 INTRO TO MASS COMMUNICATION
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
WALKER
54226
MA
111
800 TECHNICAL INTRO TO VIDEO
3
W
1:00 PM-3:30 PM
CLD STUDIO
MANSFIELD
37911
MA
210
800 INTRO TO FILM STUDIES
3
R
3:00 PM-5:30 PM
TSPH
CLEMENT
47773
MA
210
801 INTRO TO FILM STUDIES
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
CLEMENT
57219
MA
212
800 BEYOND HOLLYWOOD
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
CLEMENT
54228
MA
216
800 T: SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING
3
F
1:00 PM-3:30 PM
CLD STUDIO
MOYA
57220
MA
216
801 T: ADVANCED VIDEO PRODUCTION I
3
F
9:00 AM-11:30 AM
CLD STUDIO
STAFF
55741
MA
216
804 T: CULTURAL PERSPECTIVES
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
WALKER
55742
MA
216
805 T: 2D ANIMATION
3
W
9:00 AM-11:30 AM
CLD STUDIO
MANSFIELD
139
800 MUSIC APPRECIATION
3
T
3:00 PM-5:30 PM
TSFPH
230
DAILY
TR
5:30 PM-7:30 PM
TSPH
129
MARTINEZ
TBD
TBD
RIO GRANDE HALL
FETTIG
151
MUSIC
57312
MUS
$30
NATURAL SCIENCE
26807
NTSC
263L 800 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
4
3
NURSING
57221
NURS
201
800 INTRODUCTION TO NURSING CONCEPTS
$2,000
57222
NURS
204L 800 PRINCIPLES OF NURSING PRACTICE
4
TBD
TBD
RIO GRANDE HALL
KITTNER
120
801 NUTRITION FOR HEALTH
3
T
9:00 AM-11:30 AM
PMSSC
D
BLECHER
800 INTRO TO PHILOSOPHY
3
T
3:00 PM-5:30 PM
PMSSC
A
MCALEER
NUTRITION
57292
NUTR
PHILOSOPHY
26339
PHIL
101
PHYSICAL CONDITIONING
51113
GNST
293
800 T: JUMP START WORKOUT
3
$25
MWF
7:00 AM-7:45 AM
TAOS SPA
GUYER
57226
GNST
293
801 T: SELF DEFENSE
3
$25
TR
12:00 PM-1:15 PM
DEFENDU ACADEMY
DALY
23385
GNST
293
802 T: ZUMBA PARTY
3
$25
MWF
12:00 PM-12:45 PM
TAOS SPA
GUYER
57227
GNST
293
805 T: PILATES
3
$25
TR
12:00 PM-1:15 PM
TAOS PILATES STUDIO FIELD
35294
GNST
293
811 T: LEARN TO BE A PERSONAL TRAINER
3
$25
TR
1:30 PM-2:45 PM
TAOS SPA
GUYER
42100
GNST
293
816 T: STRENGTH & CONDITIONING
3
$25
MW
1:30 PM-2:45 PM
TAOS SPA
GUYER
800 GENERAL PHYSICS
3
TR
1:30 PM-2:45 PM
TSPH
121
NICHOLLS
PHYSICS
44800
PHYC
151
44801
PHYC
151L 800 GENERAL PHYSICS LABORATORY
1
T
12:00 PM-1:30 PM
TSPH
121
NICHOLLS
44802
PHYC
157
1
R
12:00 PM-1:30 PM
TSPH
121
NICHOLLS
W
9:00 AM-11:30 AM
PMSSC
C
CALDWELL
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
800 PROBLEMS IN GENERAL PHYSICS
POLITICAL SCIENCE
51095
POLS
200
800 AMERICAN POLITICS
3
57208
POLS
220
800 COMPARATIVE POLITICS
3
http://taos.unm.edu
CALDWELL
* For the most current class information and course descriptions visit: http://taos.unm.edu/schedule
27
Fall Class Schedule
CRN
SUBJ
CRS#
SEC
TITLE
CR
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BLDG
RM
INSTRUCTOR
PSYCHOLOGY
57376
PSY
105
800 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY (10/3 -12/17) (ONLINE COURSE) 3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
ARCHULETA
47761
PSY
105
801 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY
3
W
6:00 PM-8:30 PM
PMSSC
B
ANAYA
57205
PSY
105
802 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY
3
M
9:00 AM-11:30 AM
TSPH
126
MIERA
57206
PSY
220
800 DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
3
T
6:00 PM-8:30 PM
PMSSC
A
MACWEENEY
44810
PSY
250
800 T: INTRODUCTION SUBSTANCE ABUSE
3
R
6:00 PM-8:30 PM
PMSSC
A
STAFF
51097
PSY
280
800 HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY
3
W
3:00 PM-5:30 PM
PMSSC
A
ELLIS-SANKARI
264
800 WESTERN RELIGIONS
3
W
9:00 AM-11:30 AM
PMSSC
B
HEWLETT
RELIGION
54176
RELG
RUSSIAN
54224
RUSS
101
800 ELEMENTARY RUSSIAN I
3
TR
4:00 PM-5:30 PM
THS
D 202
LONG
57214
RUSS
101
801 ELEMENTARY RUSSIAN I
3
R
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
PMSSC
C
TORRES
SOCIOLOGY
24301
SOC
101
800 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
3
W
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
PMSSC
C
KHALSA
24361
SOC
101
801 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
3
R
9:00 AM-11:30 AM
TSPH
124
ELLIS-SANKARI
47766
SOC
101
802 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
BROWN
54171
SOC
205
800 CRIME, PUBLIC POLICY AND THE
CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
ACKERMAN
57351
SOC
213
800 DEVIANCE
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
BROWN
SPANISH
57215
SPAN
101
800 ELEMENTARY SPANISH I
3
M
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
TSPH
126
CHAVEZ-AGUILAR
44975
SPAN
101
801 ELEMENTARY SPANISH I (1ST 8 WEEK HYBRID COURSE)
3
M
3:00 PM-5:30 PM
PMSSC
A
DOVALPAGE
32018
SPAN
101
802 ELEMENTARY SPANISH I
3
T
9:00 AM-11:30 AM
PMSSC
C
HERRERA
44817
SPAN
102
800 ELEMENTARY SPANISH II (2ND 8 WEEK HYBRID COURSE)
3
M
3:00 PM-5:30 PM
PMSSC
A
DOVALPAGE
57216
SPAN
102
801 ELEMENTARY SPANISH II
3
T
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
PMSSC
C
HERRERA
57217
SPAN
293
800 T: CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH
3
T
6:00 PM-8:30 PM
PMSSC
C
HERRERA
STATISTICS
28771
STAT
145
800 INTRO TO STATISTICS
3
W
3:00 PM-5:30 PM
TSPH
127
NICHOLLS
57318
STAT
145
801 INTRO TO STATISTICS
3
TR
10:00 AM-11:15 AM
TSPH
126
SALAZAR
UNIVERSITY STUDIES
54188
UNIV
101
800 SEM: INTRO TO UNM & HIGHER
EDUCATION (HYBRID COURSE)
3
$25
T
9:00 AM-11:30 AM
TSPH
123
CHAVEZ-AGUILAR
54189
UNIV
101
801 SEM: INTRO TO UNM & HIGHER
EDUCATION (HYBRID COURSE)
3
$25
M
6:00 PM-8:30 PM
TSPH
124
VIGIL
54190
UNIV
101
802 SEM: INTRO TO UNM & HIGHER
EDUCATION (HYBRID COURSE)
3
$25
W
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
TSPH
123
CHAVEZ-AGUILAR
54191
UNIV
101
803 SEM: INTRO TO UNM & HIGHER EDUCATION
3
$25
R
3:00 PM-5:30 PM
TSPH
123
TRUJILLO
54192
UNIV
101
804 SEM: INTRO TO UNM & HIGHER EDUCATION (2ND 8 WEEK COURSE)
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
28
* For the most current class information and course descriptions visit: http://taos.unm.edu/schedule
CHAVEZ-AGUILAR
575-737-6200
Fall Hybrid & Online Class Schedule
CRN
SUBJ
CRS#
SEC
TITLE
CR
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BLDG
RM
INSTRUCTOR
WOMEN STUDIES
47770
WMST
200
800 INTRO TO WOMEN STUDIES
3
57213
WMST
279
800 T: THE GODDESS
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
HAWTHORNE
T
9:00 AM-11:30 AM
PMSSC
A
SHAW
WOODWORKING
57195
WW
101
800 FUNDAMENTALS OF WOODWORKING I
3
$40
F
9:00 AM-11:30 AM
TSFPH
213
RANNEFELD
51158
WW
110
800 FURNITURE DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION
3
$40
W
9:00 AM-11:30 AM
TSFPH
213
RANNEFELD
57196
WW
116
800 CHAIR DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION
3
$40
T
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
TSFPH
213
RANNEFELD
35288
WW
117
800 WOOD CARVING
3
$40
T
9:00 AM-11:30 AM
TSFPH
213
WHITE
57197
WW
118
800 ADVANCED FURNITURE MAKING
3
$40
T
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
TSFPH
213
RANNEFELD
54197
WW
120
800 WOODWORKING SHOP
3
$40
R
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
TSFPH
213
STAFF
57198
WW
135
800 WOOD SCULPTURE
3
$40
W
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
TSFPH
213
RANNEFELD
54198
WW
293
800 T: SANTO CARVING
3
$40
T
9:00 AM-11:30 AM
TSFPH
213
WHITE
SUBJ
CRS#
CRN
SEC
TITLE
CR
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BLDG
RM
INSTRUCTOR
HYBRID - Hybrid courses meet face-to-face for half of the required class meetings. The remainder of the meeting time is used by
student s to work in an online environment, completing additional assignment s or engaging with online materials
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
57342 AAST
230
800
BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS (1ST 8 WEEK HYBRID COURSE)
3
51189 ENGL
110
802
ACCELERATED COMPOSITION (1ST 8 WEEK HYBRID COURSE)
51271 ENGL
120
803
55695 ENGL
224
44975 SPAN
44817 SPAN
$25
W
6:00 PM-8:30 PM
TCTECH
102
VIGIL
3
W
1:00 PM-3:30 PM
TSPH
124
SHAWVER
COMPOSITION III (2ND 8 WEEK HYBRID COURSE)
3
W
1:00 PM-3:30 PM
TSPH
123
SHAWVER
801
INTRODUCTION TO CREATIVE WRITING
(2ND 8 WEEK HYBRID COURSE)
3
M
1:00 PM-3:30 PM
TSPH
124
SHAWVER
101
801
ELEMENTARY SPANISH I (1ST 8 WEEK HYBRID COURSE) 3
M
3:00 PM-5:30 PM
PMSSC
A
DOVALPAGE
102
800
ELEMENTARY SPANISH II (2ND 8 WEEK HYBRID COURSE)
M
3:00 PM-5:30 PM
PMSSC
A
DOVALPAGE
ENGLISH
SPANISH
3
UNIVERSITY STUDIES
54188 UNIV
101
800
SEM: INTRO TO UNM & HIGHER EDUCATION (HYBRID COURSE)
3
$25
T
9:00 AM-11:30 AM
TSPH
123
CHAVEZ-AGUILAR
54189 UNIV
101
801
SEM: INTRO TO UNM & HIGHER EDUCATION (HYBRID COURSE)
3
$25
M
6:00 PM-8:30 PM
TSPH
124
VIGIL
54190 UNIV
101
802
SEM: INTRO TO UNM & HIGHER EDUCATION (HYBRID COURSE)
3
$25
W
12:00 PM-2:30 PM
TSPH
123
CHAVEZ-AGUILAR
CRN
CRS#
SEC
CR
FEE
RM
INSTRUCTOR
SUBJ
ONLINE -
TITLE
DAYS
TIME
BLDG
Online courses do not meet face-to-face. They are conduc ted entirely online.
ANTHROPOLOGY
49006 ANTH
130
801 CULTURES OF THE WORLD
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
HAWTHORNE
57359 ANTH
150
800 EVOLUTION & HUMAN EMERGENCE
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
REED
57207 ANTH
220
800 WORLD ARCHAEOLOGY
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
REED
http://taos.unm.edu
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29
Online Class Schedule
CRN
SUBJ
CRS#
SEC
TITLE
CR
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BLDG
RM
INSTRUCTOR
ART HISTORY
51296 ARTH
101
801 INTRODUCTION TO ART (2ND 8 WEEK COURSE)
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
KING
57380 ARTH
202
800 HISTORY OF ART II (1ST 8 WEEK COURSE)
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
KING
57320 BIOL
123
801 BIOLOGY FOR HEALTH RELATED
SCIENCES AND NON-MAJORS
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
STAFF
57321 BIOL
124L 801 BIOLOGY FOR HEALTH RELATED
SCIENCES AND NON-MAJORS LAB
1
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
STAFF
BIOLOGY
COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY
51126 CT
114L 800 INTRO WWW PUBLISHING (2ND 8 WEEK COURSE)
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
CHAVEZ
57228 CT
175L 800 PLANNING & DESIGNING A WEBSITE
(2ND 8 WEEK COURSE)
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
CHAVEZ
120
802 COMPOSITION III
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
CUNNINGHAM
162
800 US HISTORY SINCE 1877
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
STAFF
ENGLISH
51212 ENGL
HISTORY
57415 HIST
MEDIA ARTS
51106 MA
110
800 INTRO TO MASS COMMUNICATION
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
WALKER
47773 MA
210
801 INTRO TO FILM STUDIES
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
CLEMENT
57219 MA
212
800 BEYOND HOLLYWOOD
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
CLEMENT
55741 MA
216
804 T: CULTURAL PERSPECTIVES
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
WALKER
55742 MA
216
805 T: 2D ANIMATION
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
MANSFIELD
800 COMPARATIVE POLITICS
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
CALDWELL
800 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY (10/3 -12/17)
(ONLINE COURSE)
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
ARCHULETA
POLITICAL SCIENCE
57208 POLS
220
PSYCHOLOGY
57376 PSY
105
SOCIOLOGY
47766 SOC
101
802 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
BROWN
54171 SOC
205
800 CRIME, PUBLIC POLICY AND THE CRIMINAL
JUSTICE SYSTEM
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
ACKERMAN
57351 SOC
213
800 DEVIANCE
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
BROWN
3
ONLINE
ONLINE
CHAVEZ-AGUILAR
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
HAWTHORNE
UNIVERSITY STUDIES
54192 UNIV
101
804 SEM: INTRO TO UNM & HIGHER EDUCATION
(2ND 8 WEEK COURSE)
WOMEN STUDIES
47770 WMST 200
30
800 INTRO TO WOMEN STUDIES
* For the most current class information and course descriptions visit: http://taos.unm.edu/schedule
575-737-6200
First & Second 8 Week Class Schedule
CRN
SUBJ
CRS#
SEC
TITLE
CR
FEE
DAYS
TIME
BLDG
RM
INSTRUCTOR
6:00 PM-8:30 PM
TCTECH
102
VIGIL
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU KING
SAT
11:00 AM-4:00 PM
THS
B 210 THOMAS
1ST 8 WEEK COURSES AUGUST 22-OCTOBER 15
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
57342
AAST
230
800 BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS (1ST 8 WEEK HYBRID COURSE)
3
800 HISTORY OF ART II (1ST 8 WEEK COURSE)
3
$25
W
ART HISTORY
57380
ARTH
202
CULINARY ARTS
55562
CART
156
801 FANCY CAKE DECORATION (1ST 8 WEEK COURSE)
3
$85
110
802 ACCELERATED COMPOSITION (1ST 8 WEEK HYBRID COURSE)
3
W
1:00 PM-3:30 PM
TSPH
124
SHAWVER
101
801 ELEMENTARY SPANISH I (1ST 8 WEEK HYBRID COURSE) 3
M
3:00 PM-5:30 PM
PMSSC
A
DOVALPAGE
CRS#
SEC
DAYS
TIME
BLDG
RM
INSTRUCTOR
ENGLISH
51189
ENGL
SPANISH
44975
CRN
SPAN
SUBJ
TITLE
CR
FEE
2ND 8 WEEK COURSES OCTOBER 17-DECEMBER 17
ART HISTORY
51296 ARTH
101
801
INTRODUCTION TO ART (2ND 8 WEEK COURSE) 3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
KING
COMMERCIAL DRIVERS LICENSE
57243 GNST
293
806
T: CDL A (2ND 8 WEEK COURSE)
3 $1,650
MTWR
9:00 AM-4:00 PM
TBD
TBD
KAUFMAN
57244 GNST
293
807
T: CDL ROAD DRIVING (2ND 8 WEEK COURSE)
3
MTWR
9:00 AM-4:00 PM
TBD
TBD
KAUFMAN
57245 GNST
293
808
T: CDL RANGE & YARD SKILLS (2ND 8 WEEK COURSE)
3
MTWR
9:00 AM-4:00 PM
TBD
TBD
KAUFMAN
57246 GNST
293
809
T: ENDORSEMENT TRAINING (2ND 8 WEEK COURSE)
3
MTWR
9:00 AM-4:00 PM
TBD
TBD
KAUFMAN
57247 GNST
293
810
T: YARD SKILLS II (2ND 8 WEEK COURSE)
3
MTWR
9:00 AM-4:00 PM
TBD
TBD
KAUFMAN
COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY
51126 CT
114L 800
INTRO WWW PUBLISHING (2ND 8 WEEK COURSE)
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
CHAVEZ
57228 CT
175L 800
PLANNING & DESIGNING A WEBSITE (2ND 8 WEEK COURSE)
3
ONLINE
LEARN.UNM.EDU
CHAVEZ
CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY
57287 CNST
136
800
SUSTAINABLE FOOD FARMING (2ND 8 WEEK COURSE)
3 $25
TR
3:00 PM-5:30 PM
TAOS FARMHOUSE CAFÉ
ROSEBERRY
CULINARY ARTS
57200 CART
150
800
BASICS OF PASTRY (2ND 8 WEEK COURSE)
3 $85
SAT
8:00 AM-1:00 PM
THS
B 210
MORRIS
51271 ENGL
120
803
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* For the most current class information and course descriptions visit: http://taos.unm.edu/schedule
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Important Information
Access to Career and
Technical Education/
Grievance Procedures
The University of New
Mexico-Taos hereby advises
students, parents, employees
and the general public that
itoffersemploymentand
educational opportunities,
including career and
technical educational
opportunities, without regard
to sex, race, color, national
origin or disability. Grievance
procedures are available
to interested persons by
contacting the compliance
officerlistedbelow.
Inquiries regarding this
nondiscrimination policy may
be directed to the person
listed below:
Patricia Gonzales
DirectorofStudentAffairs
UNM-Taos
1157 County Road 110
Ranchos de Taos, NM
87557
575-737-6212
A copy of the career and
technical education courses/
programsofferedand
admission criteria may be
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obtained on our website,
http://taos.unm.edu or by
calling 575-737-6215 to
request a mailing.
Adding and Dropping
Courses
Students may drop and add
courses on the web at http://
my.unm.edu or in person.
Do not expect your
instructor to drop you if you
stop attending class.
See Important Dates pages
for deadlines. Call the
StudentAffairsDepartment
at 575-737-6215 for
complete information.
Upon completion of the
semester, students receiving
a failing or withdrawal
grade for all courses will
be required to provide
documentation stating he/
she was in attendance all
semester. If a student cannot
provide the documentation
requested he/she will have to
paybackallfinancialaidthey
received for that semester.
PLEASE NOTE: Your
instructor will not
automatically drop you if
you stop attending class
and you may receive a
failing grade.
Cancellation Due to Lack
of Financial Commitment
Students who fail to pay
their full tuition and fees
(including second 8-week
courses or second 4 week
courses in summer) or
havenotmadefinancial
arrangements with the
cashier’sofficeonorbefore
5:00pm on the scheduled
financialdisenrollment
deadline date will have their
registration cancelled and
will be disenrolled from all
classes. The student must
pay tuition in full or make
financialarrangementsfor
all university charges. Call
thebusinessofficeat7376269, check the Important
Dates page 2 or call the
Department of Student
Affairsat575-737-6215for
additional information.
575-737-6200
Important Information
Course Wait List
A wait list is an electronic list
of students who are waiting
to register for a full class.
Students may sign up for
this when they attempt to
register for a section that has
reacheditscapacity.Thefirst
student on the registration
waitlistisnotifiedviaemail
when a space becomes
available. This student
then has a maximum of 48
hours (24 hours once the
semester starts) or until 5pm
on the Add Deadline Date,
whichevercomesfirst,to
register for the section. If the
student does not register
for the section within this
time frame, he/she will be
dropped from the wait list
for that section and the next
student on the list will be
notified.
Course Wait List Policies
and Procedures
1. Any eligible student
wishing to enroll in a
course that has reached its
authorized capacity may
add themselves to one
section of that course’s wait
list. A student is wait listed
in the order in which s/he
attempts to register for the
course.
2. A student on the wait
listisnotofficiallyenrolled
in that course and is not
eligible to receive a grade in
that course.
http://taos.unm.edu
3. Being on the wait
list does not guarantee
registration in the class or
that a new section will be
made available for the same
time frame or instructor.
4. A student on a wait list
may attend the wait listed
course, if seating is available
and with the instructor’s
permission.
5. Students on a wait list
willhaveconflictschecked
with prerequisites, but not
duplicate courses, corequisites,ortimeconflicts.
Students can be on a wait
list for a course with the
same course number, but
adifferentsectionnumber
than the section that they
are enrolled in.
6. Students must meet all
registration requirements
before being allowed on a
wait list.
7. It is the responsibility of
the student to check the
status of the wait list. If the
student no longer wishes
to remain on the wait list,
they should drop it through
LoboWeb.
8. Not all sections have
waitlists.Off-pattern/open
learning courses scheduled
outside a regular term may
not be set up with wait lists
at this time.
9. Instructors have the right
to increase course capacity
toallowspecificstudentsto
enroll in their class.
*Wait list goes away the first Friday of the
semester for 16 week courses.
Financial Aid Award &
Payment
Financial Aid forms are
available in the Student
AffairsDepartment.Students
seekingfinancialaid
assistance must complete
a FAFSA form. The UNM
school code is 002663. Once
the form has been submitted,
please call 575-737-6215
to verify your eligibility or if
youneedhelpfillingoutyour
forms. Financial Aid funds
aredisbursedthefirstday
of classes. Scholarship and
grant information is available
at: http://taos.unm.edu.
If a student withdraws during
the semester, he/she may
be required to pay back
aportionoftheirfinancial
aid. The payback amount is
determined by the student’s
last date of attendance.
PLEASE NOTE: Failure to
add/drop courses by the
published deadlines could
affect your Financial
Aid Award. Please see
the Financial Aid Office
before processing any
add/drop transactions
after the published
deadlines.
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Important Information
Graduation Information
Each student is responsible
for monitoring his/her
individual progress toward
graduation. For this purpose,
curriculum checklists are
available from the UNM-Taos
StudentAffairsDepartment
for the various degree
programs. A request for a
degree check should be
submitted by each student
upon completion of at least
40 credit hours toward an
Associate degree or 20 credit
hourstowardaCertificate.
One semester prior to the
semester in which the
student expects to graduate,
a student must petition to
graduate by completing a
Petition for Graduation form
and submitting it to the
Department of Student
Affairs.
Petition to Graduate
Deadlines
Summer - April 1
Fall - June 1
Spring - November 1
Petition deadlines are set
early to ensure that there
is ample time to process
a degree check prior to
registration. Graduation
petitions can be picked
up at the Department of
StudentAffairs.Pleasecall
575-737-6215 for additional
information.
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Resident and Non-Resident
Status
Students are responsible
for obtaining the correct
residencyclassificationprior
to the third week of classes.
Astudentnotclassifiedas
a New Mexico resident will
be charged nonresident
tuition rates. All students
areclassifiedaccordingto
their residency status for
tuition purposes. Residency
is determined at the time
of admission. Any student
wishing to change residency
classificationmustpetition
through the Department
ofStudentAffairs.Fora
description of the residency
requirements, visit the UNMTaos website at http://taos.
unm.edu.
Tuition Refund
All tuition and fee refunds
are based on the date of
officialdroporwithdrawal.
To receive consideration
for a refund of paid
tuition and fees, students
must complete drop
procedures via LoboWeb,
or in the Student Enrollment
Department. A refund is not
automatically disbursed to
a student; a written request
must be made. If a refund
is due and payment was
made by check, there is a
21-day hold period from the
payment receipt date before
the refund is processed.
MasterCard/ VISA card
payments must be credited
back to the charge card.
Check the “Important
Dates” section for the last
drop/refund date for each
semester.
University Closure and
Delayed Start Policy
The University of New
Mexico-Taos has an
obligation to conduct its
education, business, and
support activities on a regular
basis despite emergencies
and inclement weather. At
the same time, the university
has a responsibility for the
safety and well being of
its students, faculty and
staff.Theuniversitywill
not close during periods of
emergencies or inclement
weather unless conditions
are severe enough to
endanger the university
community.
In the event that the
university is delayed or
closed, status will be
announced on KOAT 7, KOB
4, KRQE 13 School Alert,
local radio stations, http://
taos.unm.edu, as well as on
our Information/Snow Line at
575-737-6222.
The University of New
Mexico-Taos and the Taos
Public Schools will follow
the same delay and closure
policy for inclement weather,
except evenings and
weekends.
575-737-6200
Resources and Services
If you have any questions feel
freetocontactourofficeat
575-737-6270 during normal
working hours.
PLEASE NOTE: If there
is a 2-hour delay due to
inclement weather, it is
two hours from the time
the University normally
opens, which is 8:00 am. If
you have class scheduled
from 9:00-10:15 am it will
be cancelled for that day.
If you have a class that
runs from 9:00- 11:30 am
your class will meet from
10:00 am to 11:30 am. If
you have questions about
UNM-Taos’s Snow Closure
and Delay Policy, please
call 575-737-6212.
Academic Advisement
575-737-6215
UNM-Taos has Academic
Advisorstohelpyoudefine
your educational goals and
assist you in planning your
academic career. Advisement
is encouraged for all students
and is mandatory for all
incoming students prior to
registration for courses.
Students may make an
appointment with an advisor
by calling 575-737- 6215.
Walk-in hours are also
available.
http://taos.unm.edu
Accessibility Resource
Center
575-737-3695
In accordance with University
Policy 2310 and the
Americans with Disabilities
Act (ADA), academic
accommodations may be
made for students who
notify UNM-Taos of the
need for accommodations.
Students must demonstrate
that their need for academic
adjustments or other
accommodations are based
on their permanent disability
by providing the Accessibility
Resource Center
documentation from a bona
fidemedicalormentalhealth
professional or diagnostician.
Please call Diego Trujillo at
575-737-3694 for additional
information or to schedule an
appointment.
Center for Academic
Success and Achievement
(CASA)
575-737-3695
The Center for Academic
Success and Achievement
(CASA) provides placement
testing, tutoring, and learning
supports for the UNM-Taos
community. Students seeking
help with their studies and
coursework are encouraged
to take advantage of the
free tutoring, coaching,
testing and the Writing
Studio. CASA’s goal is to
assist students with exam
preparation, study skills
and learning strategies for
academic success. For more
information about CASA’S
free learning resources
contact CASA at 575-7373695.
Library
575-737-6242
[email protected]
http://taos.unm.edu/library
The college Library is open
to everyone. Your LOBO ID
card is used as your Library
cardifyouareaffiliated
with UNM in any way.
Community members simply
need a valid ID and proof of
address in order to check
out materials. Your college
Library provides computers
for academic use including
research databases, eBooks,
e-mail, word processing
programs, and all computer
applications that are taught
at UNM-Taos. There is also a
copier, scanner, printer and
assistive technology such
astextmagnifierforyour
use.Knowledgeablestaffare
available to work with you
individually, or by phone and
e-mail.
Library Hours
(subject to change)
Monday- Thurs 8:00 am - 8:00 pm
Friday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
All computers must be turned off 15
minutes before closing.
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Resources and Services
Placement Testing
575-737-3695
Allfirst-timeUNMTaos students must
take placement exams
to enroll in English and
Mathematics courses. To
make an appointment for
the placement test please
contact the Center for
Academic Success and
Achievement (CASA) at 575737-3695.
Student Health Center
at Main Campus Albuquerque
The Student Health Center
is available to all currentlyenrolled UNM students. This
service is brought to you in
part by your student activity
fees. Fees charged at the
SHC are much lower than
community rates. For more
information please visit the
website: http://shac.unm.
edu/general.html.
Student Health Insurance
All students enrolling (and
not receiving a tuition
refund), paying fees and
actively attending classes
each semester for 6 or
more credit hours, 3 hours
in the summer, or 3 hours
of dissertation and not fully
employed(definedasPh.D.
program) are eligible to enroll
in this insurance plan. For
more information please visit
the website: http://shac.unm.
edu/online-studenthealth.
html.
UNM Taos Kids’ Campus
575-737-6295
UNM Taos Kids’ Campus
offerscareforchildrenages
6 weeks through 5 years old.
This program is open from
7:30 am to 5:30 pm Monday
through Friday. Our Pre-K
Program is a grant-funded
program that is available
for eligible 4 year olds. The
hours are Monday-Friday
8:30-11:30 am. For more
information please visit the
website: http://taos.unm.
edu/ kids-campus.
UNM-Taos Early Childhood
Resource Center
575-758-1395
A grant-funded program
that focuses on bringing
FREE support and education
services to anyone working
with or caring for children.
For more information please
visit the website: http://www.
newmexicokids.org.
Writing Studio
575-737-3695
The Writing Studio, located
within CASA, consists of
instructors in the IS and
English Departments acting
as Writing Coaches. They are
available to help students
with writing at any stage in
the assignment process and
for any course. Coaches are
available on a walk-in basis.
Please contact CASA at 575779-3695forspecifictimes.
If you’re an incoming freshman (26 or fewer earned credit hours)
You Are Required To Take
university 101
Get your educational path pointed in the right direction. Talk to your advisor or call 737-6215
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575-737-6200
HSE, ESL, & Adult Education
EDUCATION
CAREERS
COMMUNITY
Adult Learning Center @
UNM Taos provides FREE
instruction in:
• High School Equivalency (HSE)
preparation in English or Spanish
• English as a Second Language
(ESL)
• College and Career preparation
even for those who may already
have a high school diploma but
are not yet “college ready”
• Life Skills Coaching to help
you learn to balance school with
family and work commitments
• Distance Education Courses
(on-line courses) for those
who live out of town or unique
circumstances
• Certified Nursing Assistant
(CNA) and Emergency Medical
Technician (EMT) classes
that support you to build your
academic skills WHILE you
prepare for these certifications!
CLASS
DAYS
FOUNDATIONS/PRE-HSE - TAOS
Foundations/Math 1
Mon/Tue/Wed
Foundations/Math 2
Mon/Tue/Wed
Foundations/Lang Arts/Sci/SS 1 Wed
Foundations/Lang Arts/Sci/SS 2 Thu/Fri
TIME
Winner of “Program of the Year”
2015, 2011, 2008
We are known for our teaching
excellence and caring support.
With our small classes, one-onone tutoring, advising and life
coaching, we help you each step
of the way to reach your goals.
Call us at 575-737-3730
http://taos.unm.edu/adultlearningcenter
Stop by our Center located at the downtown UNM location at 115 Civic Plaza
Drive.
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
12:30 pm - 3:00 pm Adult Learning Center
9:00 am - 12:00 pm Adult Learning Center
10:30 am - 12:00 pm Adult Learning Center
9:00 am - 12:00 pm Adult Learning Center
Kaeck, J.
Kaeck, J.
Lila, R.
Lila, R.
9 am - 12:00 pm
9 am - 12:00 pm
4:30 pm - 7:00 pm
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Schauermann, F.
Gonzales, N.
Oyanedel, M.
Gonzales/Kaeck
online.unm.edu
HSE – (HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY) - TAOS
HSE Math 3
Mon/Tue/Wed
HSE Lang Arts 3
Wed/Thu/ Fri
Spanish HSE (all levels)
Tue/Wed/Thu
College and Career Prep
Wed
Best in State
Adult Learning Center
Adult Learning Center
Enos Garcia
Adult Learning Center
HSE – (HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY) – QUESTA
HSE (all levels)
Tue/Wed/Thu
10:00 am - 12:30 pm Questa Youth Center
Perales, J.
ESL – (ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE) – TAOS
ESL
Tue/Wed/Thu
4:30 – 7:00 pm
Perales, J.
Enos Garcia
combined
classes
HSE – DISTANCE LEARNING - BY SPECIAL REQUEST
+ TUTORING, COMPUTER LAB, LIFE COACHING
http://taos.unm.edu
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Upward Bound & HEP
VETERANS UPWARD BOUND
Veterans Upward Bound (VUB) is
designed to motivate and assist veterans in the development of academic
and other requisite skills necessary
for acceptance and success in a
program of postsecondary education. The program provides assessment and enhancement of basic
skills through counseling, mentoring,
tutoring and academic instruction in
the core subject areas. The primary
goal of the program is to increase the
rate at which participants enroll in and
complete postsecondary education
programs.
VUB Projects provides short-term
remedial or refresher courses for veterans who are high school graduates
but have delayed pursuing postsecondary education. The program
assists veterans in securing support
services from other locally available resources such as the Veterans
Administration, state veterans agencies, veteran associations, and other
state and local agencies that serve
veterans.
For additional information about Veteran Upward Bound, please contact
Hank Hargis at 575.737.3725. VUB is
located at 630 Paseo del Pueblo Sur,
Suite #100 Taos, NM 87571.
UPWARD BOUND MATH AND SCIENCE
The UNM Taos Upward Bound Math and Science (UBMS)
helps Taos students recognize and develop their potential
to excel in math and science, while encouraging them to
pursue postsecondary degrees STEM (Science Technology
Engineering or Mathematics).
Funded by the US Department of Education TRiO Grant
Initiative, the UBMS program is a comprehensive STEM
college preparation program designed to strengthen the
math and science skills of participating students while
providing them opportunities for community engagement,
leadership and college and career counseling and advisement.
The program supports up to 60 area high school students
who can be identified as low income as defined by Federal guidelines and/or potential first-generation college
students where neither parent has earned a Bachelor’s
degree. Participants remain in the program through graduation. Program services are FREE to participants and are
designed to support the academic program at the participating high schools.
For additional information, please contact Andrew Leonard at 575.737.3725. UBMS is located at 630 Paseo del
Pueblo Sur, Suite #100 Taos, NM 87571.
HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY PROGRAM
The High School Equivalency Program (HEP) at UNM/Taos
is a federal program funded through a grant from the U.S.
Department of Education, Office of Migrant Education.
HEP is designed to meet the special needs of migrant and
seasonal farm workers and their dependent children.
The goal of HEP is to help its students obtain the equivalent of a high school diploma and subsequently gain
employment or be placed in an institution of higher education (college, university, vocational/ technical school, or
training program).
•Theyareeligibleorcurrentparticipantsinthe-Migrant
Education Program
•TheyarecurrentparticipantsintheWorkforceInvestment Act 167 (WIA 167) Program
•TheyhavebeeneligibleforserviceundertheWorkforce
Investment Act, Section 167
For additional information please contact Randy Larry at
575.737.3735. HEP Program is located at 630 Paseo del
Pueblo Sur, Suite #100 Taos, NM 87571.
Individuals are eligible for HEP if they meet one of the
following criteria:
•Theyortheirimmediatefamilymembershaveengaged
in seasonal agricultural work for 75 days within the last
24 months
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575-737-6200
Earn your
Bachelor or
Graduate Degree
from UNM
Bachelor’s Degrees:
Business Administration
Communication (several concentrations)
Dental Hygiene
Integrative Studies
Liberal Arts
Medical Laboratory Sciences
Nursing: RN to BSN degree completion
Radiologic Sciences
Training & Technology (OI&LS)
Master’s Degrees:
Dental Hygiene
Elementary Education (licensure available)
Secondary Education (licensure available)
Educational Leadership (certification available)
Engineering: Electrical and Computer
Health Administration
Nursing (several concentrations)
Organization, Information &
Learning Sciences (OI&LS)
Public Administration
Doctoral Degrees:
Nursing
http://taosbgp.unm.edu
EXTENDED LEARNING
Online Programs
Upper division and graduate courses are offered through the
UNM Extended Learning Online Programs. Online courses
offer a flexible, highly interactive way to take courses in a wide
range of programs and subject areas.
For a schedule of online classes offered for Summer and
Fall 2016 semesters, visit: online.unm.edu
UNM Online Programs:
866-869-6040 | [email protected]
New Online Degree Programs coming soon!
Master of Construction Management
The Master of Construction Management Online program is “under construction” and should be available
for the Fall 2016 semester. Contact the UNM Online
Programs for additional information.
Bachelor of Chicana and Chicano Studies
The Bachelor of Chicana and Chicano Studies will
promote a critical understanding of Chicano/Latino/
Mexicano communities through teaching, research, and
advocacy. This degree completion program should be
available for the Fall 2016 semester. Contact the UNM
Online Programs for additional information.
Bachelor of Native American Studies
The Bachelor of Native American Studies is designed to
educate all students and the public about the Native
experience of Indigenous peoples with significant
attention given to the complex history and intercultural
heritage of New Mexico and the United States. This
degree completion program should be available for the
Fall 2016 semester. Contact the UNM Online Programs for
additional information.
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UNM Extended Learning | Bachelor & Graduate Online Programs
About Online Courses
By using a computer with Internet access, students
can take classes taught by regular UNM faculty on a
standard semester basis.
Online courses provide diverse interactions with
classmates and instructors, and use the same rigorous
materials as their classroom counterparts, while
providing greater freedom in choosing when and where
learning will take place.
While many online classes do not have fixed meeting
times, some instructors do require regular synchronous/
simultaneous meetings. Through web conferencing tools,
some classes offered at main campus can be transmitted
simultaneously for online participation from other
locations. All required synchronous class meetings are
listed in the schedule of classes.
Effective Summer 2016, there will be two types of
course delivery formats available.
1. Synchronous Online - has fixed meeting times.
Students log in at a scheduled time to participate in
the course. These courses (many offered formerly via
Interactive Television) are now available via desktop
with Internet accessibility, making it convenient for a
student to access the class.
2. Asynchronous Online - has no required meeting
times. Students log in and participate as their
schedule permits.
In both types of online course, UNM faculty have the
discretion to require face-to-face meetings, such as
for exams or lab work. Detailed course information
is available at the UNM Online Schedule of Classes.
Students are also encouraged to email questions about
the course format to professors.
Students can take individual online classes or work toward degree completion options.
For assistance with general student support, which includes admissions, financial aid, Veterans resources, and
advisement referrals, contact UNM Online Programs at toll-free (866) 869-6040 or email [email protected]
Additional information can be found on the website at http://online.unm.edu.
Important Dates for Upper Division
and Graduate Online Courses
Summer 2016 Semester
April 18
June 6
July 4
July 30
Registration opens
Semester begins
Holiday
Semester ends
Fall 2016 Semester
April 18
August 22
September 5
Oct 13-14
Nov 24-25
December 17
Registration opens
Semester begins
Holiday
Fall break
Holiday
Semester ends
For additional deadlines, visit the Registrar’s
website at registrar.unm.edu.
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UNM Bachelor & Graduate Online Programs
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