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Table of ContentsTable of Contents . 3Second Certificate/Associate Degree . 25Extension and Independent Study. 25Academic Calendar. 5Cooperative Education and Internships . 26Policies . 9Catalog Requirements . 26Applicability . 9Readmission. 26Anti-Harassment . 9Responsibility for Requirements. 26Equal Education Policy . 9Commencement . 26ADA Compliance and Reasonable Accommodation. 9Dean’s List . 26Non-Discrimination . 9New Mexico/WICHE . 27General Information . 11Student Services Information . 29Role and Function of UNM Branch Colleges. 11Records . 29Mission, Vision, Values, and Strategic Goals . 11Residency. 33Educational Programs . 12Academic Advisement . 35Operating Agreement and Funding . 13Schedule of Classes . 35Accreditation . 14Registration Procedures . 35Student Outcomes Assessment . 14General Academic Regulations. 39History of UNM–Los Alamos . 14Change of College . 39Location . 15Class Hours and Credit Hours . 39Faculty . 15Course Numbering System . 39Facilities . 15Grades . 39Bookstore . 16Classroom Conduct . 44Library . 16Dishonesty in Academic Matters . 44Admissions . 17Misrepresentation . 44General . 17Scholastic Regulations . 45Admissions - Readmitted Students . 20Attendance . 45Admissions - Dual Credit (high school) . 20Absences . 45Admissions - Concurrent Enrollment (high school) . 21Dismissal . 45Admissions - Non-degree . 21Probation . 45Admissions - International Students . 22Suspension . 45Alternative Credit Programs . 22Core Curriculum . 23U.S. and Global Diversity and Inclusion Requirement. 24Student Financial Aid . 47Satisfactory Academic Progress . 47Graduation Requirements. 25Enrollment Requirements for Financial Aid . 48Federal Student Loans . 48Associate Degrees . 25Typical Sources of Financial Aid . 49Certificates. 252018-2019 CATALOG 3

Student Employment . 49Associate of Applied Science Degrees . 99Payment by Financial Aid . 49Accounting. 101Student Organizations . 51Applied Technologies . 103Student Government . 51Phi Theta Kappa . 51New Clubs/Chartered Student Organizations . 51Business . 105Environmental Technology. 109Fire Science . 113General Studies . 117Adult and Community Education . 53Information Technology with Cybersecurity . 119Adult Learning Center . 53Office Communications and Technology . 121Community Education . 53Public Safety . 123Workforce Training and Professional Development . 53Robotics . 125Small Business Development Center. 54Academic Certificates . 127Bachelor and Graduate Program . 55Accounting. 129Associate Degrees and Certificates . 57Art Studio . 131Program Requirements . 57Business . 133Associate Degrees . 57Electro Mechanical Technology . 135General Education Requirements . 57Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Basic . 137Academic Certificates . 58Emergency Medical Technician (EMT-I) Intermediate.139Health Sciences Preparation . 59Nursing Assistant (CNA) . 141Nursing . 60Office Communications and Technology . 143Dental Hygiene . 61Personal Care Attendant (PCA) . 145Physician’s Assistant . 62Workforce Development . 149Pharmacy . 63Employability Certificates . 149Physical Therapy . 64Cooperative Education. 150Medical Laboratory Sciences . 65Internships . 150Medical Nuclear Medicine Imaging . 66Continuing Education Certificates . 151Radiography . 66Associate of Arts Degrees . 69Art Studio . 71Liberal Arts. 73Pre-Business Administration . 75Associate of Science Degrees . 77Computer Science . 79Education . 81Emergency Medical Services . 85Environmental Science . 87Pre-Professional Health Sciences . 89Pre-Engineering . 93Science . 954 UNM—LOS ALAMOSCourse Descriptions . 153Governing Bodies, Staff & Core Faculty . 201

Associate of Arts Degrees2018-2019 CATALOG 63

ASSOCIATE OF ARTSArt StudioAbout the ProgramThis program provides students with the first two years of study toward a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts (BFA) at UNMAlbuquerque campus. These introductory courses emphasize concepts basic to the entire discipline of art studio. Courses and coursesequences are designed to encourage the student’s power of observation and aesthetic awareness. The Associate of Arts degreeprogram enables students to prepare for advanced study, gallery employment, studio assistant or a career as an individual artist.Other options such as teaching, curatorial work in a museum, free-lance design and management positions are generally achievedwith a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree.*Note: Students planning to transfer to a four-year institution should check grade point requirements at that institutionGeneral Education RequirementsWRITING AND SPEAKING (9 CREDIT HOURS) ENGL 110: Accelerated Composition (3) or ENGL 112: Composition II (3) or ENGL 113: Enhanced Composition (4) ENGL 120: Composition III (3) ENGL 220: Expository Writing (3)MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS (3 CREDIT HOURS)Select courses from the following: MATH 121: College Algebra (3) MATH 150: Pre-Calculus Mathematics (3) MATH 162: Calculus I (4) MATH 163: Calculus II (4) MATH 180: Elements of Calculus I (3) STAT 145: Introduction to Statistics (3)SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES (3 CREDIT HOURS)Select one course as specified from the UNM core curriculum.PHYSICAL AND NATURAL SCIENCES (3 CREDIT HOURS)Select one course as specified from the UNM core curriculum.2018-2019 CATALOG 65

HUMANITIES (6 CREDIT HOURS) HIST 101: Western Civilization (3) HIST 102: Western Civilization (3)FOREIGN LANGUAGE (3 CREDIT HOURS)Select one course from lower-division non-English language offerings in the general education core curriculum (Area 6).TOTAL GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS27 CREDIT HOURSTechnical Core RequirementsART HISTORY (6 CREDIT HOURS) ARTH 201: History of Art I (3) ARTH 202: History of Art II (3)or ARTH 250: Modern Art (3)ART STUDIO CORE COURSES (9 CREDIT HOURS) ARTS 106: Drawing I (3) ARTS 125: Art Practices I (3) ARTS 126: Art Practices II (3)ART STUDIO ELECTIVE COURSES (12 CREDIT HOURS)Group A: Select two ARTS 168: Introduction to Ceramics (3)ARTS 207: Painting I (3)Group B: Select one ARTS 205: Drawing II (3) ARTS 208: Painting II (3) ARTS 216: Raku–A Ceramic Reduction Process (3)ARTS 268: Ceramics–Materials and Aesthetics (3)FINE ARTS (3 CREDIT HOURS)Select one course from the following: ARTH 101: Introduction to Art (3) FA 284: Experiencing the Arts (3) MUS 139: Music Appreciation (3) MUS 142: Rock Music Appreciation (3) GENERAL ELECTIVES (6 CREDIT HOURS)Courses in Music or Film are recommended to fulfill the Fine Arts elective requirements for a BFA. A maximum of 2 hours ofPhysical Education may count toward the degree.TOTAL TECHNICAL CORE REQUIREMENTS30 CREDIT HOURSTOTAL CREDIT HOURS60 CREDIT HOURS

ASSOCIATE OF ARTSLiberal ArtsAbout the ProgramThe Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts is a degree program for students who desire a broad background and comprehensive groundingin the Arts and Humanities. As a terminal degree, it will provide students with a basic educational framework of value in a varietyof fields including the arts, education, research, and business. As a transfer degree, its earned credits are the equivalent of the firsttwo years of course work in the College of Arts and Sciences, preparing students to choose a major field.A minimum of 60 credit hours with a minimum grade point average of 2.0. At least 15 of these 60 hours must be UNM catalogcredit courses taken in residence.At least 20 of these 60 hours must be at the 200-level.Note: Not all courses transfer. Students transferring to another school should check with their advisor (at UNM–LA or at theirtransfer school) for transferability of any course.Note: No math class lower than Math 121 (except its problem section Math 107) may count towards the degree.General Education Requirements (37 Credit Hours)WRITING AND SPEAKING (9 CREDIT HOURS)Required: ENGL 110: Accelerated Composition (3) or ENGL 112: Composition II (3) or ENGL 113: Enhanced Composition (4) ENGL 120: Composition III (3)Select one of the following: CJ 130: Public Speaking (3) ENGL 219: Technical Writing (3) ENGL 220: Expository Writing (3)PHIL 156: Reasoning and Critical Thinking (3)MATHEMATICS (3 CREDIT HOURS)For all students, select from the following: MATH 121: College Algebra (3) and MATH 107: Problems in College Algebra (1), or STAT 145: Introduction to Statistics (3) or higher*Note: No math class lower than MATH 121 (except its corresponding problem section MATH 107) may not count towards thisdegree.PHYSICAL AND NATURAL SCIENCES (7 CREDIT HOURS)Select 7 hours from the UNM Core Curriculum in physical and natural sciences, one of which must include a lab.2018-2019 CATALOG 67

SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES (6 CREDIT HOURS)Select 6 hours from the UNM Core Curriculum in Social and Behavioral Sciences.HUMANITIES (6 CREDIT HOURS)Select 6 hours from the UNM Core Curriculum in Humanities.FOREIGN LANGUAGE (3 CREDIT HOURS)Select one course from any of the 100- or 200-level non-English language offerings as specified in the UNM Core CurriculumForeign Language.FINE ARTS (3 CREDIT HOURS)For all students:Select one course from any of the UNM Core Curriculum in Fine Arts, which may include any 3-credit hour studio courseoffered by the Department of Art Studio and Art History, Music, Theatre and Dance, or Media Arts.TOTAL GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS37 CREDIT HOURSTechnical Core Requirements (23 Credit Hours)GENERAL ELECTIVES (23 CREDIT HOURS)Must complete 23 credit hours of academic electives number 101 or higher. A maximum of 4 credit hours of PENP are allowed.Students are encouraged to consult with an academic advisor regarding selections.Note: Electives should be chosen in consultation with a UNM-LA academic advisor to develop a program for transferring toupper division programs. Not all courses transfer. Students transferring to another school should check with their advisor(at UNM-LA or their transfer school) for transferability of any course.TOTAL TECHNICAL CORE REQUIREMENTS23 CREDIT HOURSTOTAL CREDIT HOURS60 CREDIT HOURS

ASSOCIATE OF ARTSPre-Business AdministrationAbout the ProgramThis degree program is designed to introduce students to the field of Business Administration/Management and to provide the firsttwo years of the Bachelor of Business Administration program offered by the Robert O. Anderson Schools of Management at UNMAlbuquerque Campus. All of the required courses for this associate degree program transfer to that BBA program, and students willbe admitted to junior status if the following conditions are met:The student has a 2.0 cumulative GPA overall (see below),has a minimum grade of C (not C-) in each course listed under the Specific Requirements show in the pre-admission course work,is eligible to enroll at UNM-Albuquerque.There are no waivers or substitutions in the printed curriculum of the Associate of Arts in Pre-Business AdministrationA minimum of 60 credit hours with a minimum grade point average of 2.0 in the UNM/ASM Core Curriculum areas. At least 15of these 60 hours must be UNM catalog credit courses taken in residence.General Education Requirements WRITING AND SPEAKING (9 CREDIT HOURS)ENGL 110: Accelerated Composition (3) or ENGL 112: Composition II (3) or ENGL 113: Enhanced Composition (4) ENGL 120: Composition III (3)ENGL 219: Technical and Professional Writing (3), or ENGL 220: Expository Writing (3)MATHEMATICS (6 CREDIT HOURS) MATH 121: College Algebra (3) MATH 180: Elements of Calculus (3)NOTE: No mathematics classes that are lower level than these courses may be counted toward the degree.PHYSICAL AND NATURAL SCIENCES (7 CREDIT HOURS)Select 7 credit hours from UNM Core Curriculum, including one course with corresponding laboratory (designated L).2018-2019 CATALOG 69

SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES (9 CREDIT HOURS)Must include: ECON 105: Introductory Macroeconomics (3) ECON 106: Introductory Microeconomics (3)Choose one additional course from: American Studies, Anthropology, Economics, Geography, History, Political Science, PSY105, or SOC 101.HUMANITIES (6 CREDIT HOURS)Select 6 credit hours from the UNM Core Curriculum.FOREIGN LANGUAGE (3 CREDIT HOURS)Select 6 credit hours from the UNM Core Curriculum.FINE ARTS (3 CREDIT HOURS)Select 3 credit hours from the UNM Core Curriculum.TOTAL GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS43 CREDIT HOURSTechnical Core RequirementsCOMPUTER SCIENCE (3 CREDIT HOURS) CS 150L: Computing for Business Students (3)MANAGEMENT (6 CREDIT HOURS) MGMT 202: Principles of Financial Accounting (3) STAT 145: Introduction to Statistics (3)ELECTIVES (9 CREDIT HOURS)Suggestions: MGMT 113: Management: An Introduction (3) MGMT 158: Ethics in Organizations (3) MGMT 190: Special Topics in Management (3-6)MGMT 222: Introduction to Marketing (3) ECON 212: Personal Investing (3)Note: Courses counted in this degree program may not include Introductory Studies courses or Physical Education courses.Students planning to transfer to the Anderson Schools of Management on the Albuquerque campus should be familiar withand must meet the UNM/ASM Core Curriculum Requirements.TOTAL TECHNICAL CORE REQUIREMENTS18 CREDIT HOURSTOTAL CREDIT HOURS61 CREDIT HOURS

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ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCEComputer ScienceAbout the ProgramThis transfer degree program is designed for students interested in pursuing a baccalaureate degree in computer science. Programcontent is based upon the computer science baccalaureate degree offered at UNM Albuquerque campus in the School ofEngineering.A minimum of 62 credit hours with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0. At least 15 of these 62 hours must be UNMcatalog credit courses taken in residence. CS 151 or CS 152 must be completed with a B- or better. All other computer sciencecomponent courses must be completed with a minimum grade of C or better. Math 162 must be completed with a grade of B- orbetter.