Africana Studies
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
26360 AFST 109.001 3 Introduction to Comparative Global and Ethnic Societies SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Winder, Tanaya ARR ARR Online

AFST 109.001 Introduction to Comparative Global and Ethnic Societies

Catalog Description

The course explores historical and contemporary social forces that impact ethnic communities across the Americas. Students will examine social and economic dynamics of Indigenous, Latino, Asian-Pacific, Africana communities, and women's experiences.

Detailed Course Description

This course is an introduction into the study of diverse global societies and cultures. One of the basic concepts of this course will be to question and critique the ways diverse cultures have historically been discussed and/or written about. In addition to this basic concept, the theme of immigration will run through this course. What has caused the migration of populations? What is a migration? What is forced migration? Although, it seems as if there are some cultures that this theme may not apply to, we will learn that in fact, all populations have had a migration, even if it is a relatively small one or one that occurred far back in the stories of creation. Some of the cultures we will study include the indigenous cultures of the Americas and the Pacific Islands. We will also discuss the Caribbean the diverse experiences of Asian, African and European migrations. Within the Department of Chicana and Chicano Studies, this course serves as a class in which we can begin to develop comparative analyses between diverse global communities. What do different ethnic groups have in common? What are their differences? How can we develop ways to build bridges among communities? This course is an interdisciplinary course, which means we will also watch films, listen to relevant music as well as read a variety of articles.

Textbooks and Materials

All of your readings will be online and posted on UNM Learn.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will be available by appointment.

Instructor Email

tanaya.winder@gmail.com

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21568 AFST 397.003 3 T: Race and Globalization SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Howard, Natasha ARR ARR Online

AFST 397.003 T: Race and Globalization

Catalog Description

Special topic courses in specialized areas of African-American Studies. African-American Literature; Sociopolitics: Africa; Politics of Southern Africa; Black Books III, Education and African-American Education and Free Society.

Instructor Email

nacosta@unm.edu

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American Studies
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
25464 AMST 185.001 3 Introduction to Race, Class and Ethnicity SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Lubin, Alex ARR ARR Online

AMST 185.001 Introduction to Race, Class and Ethnicity

Catalog Description

An interdisciplinary introduction to the issues of race, class and ethnicity in American life and society.

Textbooks and Materials

All readings will be in a PDF online.

Face to Face Meetings

There will be optional meetings.

Instructor Email

alubin@unm.edu

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25465 AMST 186.001 3 Introduction to Southwest Studies SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Eleshuk Roybal, Linda ARR ARR Online

AMST 186.001 Introduction to Southwest Studies

Catalog Description

Provides both an introduction to the complex history and culture of the Southwestern United States and a demonstration of the possibilities of the interdisciplinary study of regional American culture. It is multicultural in its content as it is multidisciplinary in its methodology.

Detailed Course Description

This course provides both and introduction to the complex history and culture of the Southwestern United States and a demonstration of the possibilities of the interdisciplinary study of regional American culture. Introduction to Southwest Studies is as multicultural in its content as it is multidisciplinary in its methodology. The course meets New Mexico Lower Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area V: Humanities and Fine Arts.

The American Southwest is a geographic space that has been at the crossroads of cultures and an area of contention for many centuries. From the First People, to the Spanish explorers, missionaries, and settlers to modern day scientists, scholars, and tourists, people have continued to discover, rediscover, imagine, and claim a region long populated. Through multiple approaches, students will investigate the complexities, unique traditions, and emerging contemporary questions that characterize the Southwest and U.S.- Mexico Borderlands.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Textbook: The Multicultural Southwest: A Reader by A. Gabriel Melendez, et al.

Films required as texts: Lone Star and Sleep Dealer.
The films are on reserve in the Fine Arts Library and/or may be purchased
from outside sources and some online retailers.

Face to Face Meetings

No formal in-person meetings will be held in this course.

Web Conferencing

Virtual student-instructor meetings outside of scheduled virtual office hours can be made by appointment by contacting the instructor.

Instructor Email

leleshuk@unm.edu

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25690 AMST 330.001 3 T: Contemporary Feminist Theory SU 17 Second Half Term: 07/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Mazumdar, Rinita ARR ARR Online

AMST 330.001 T: Contemporary Feminist Theory

Catalog Description

Varying subjects deriving from the contemporary cultural studies focus on matters of gender. Topics include: feminist theory; gender and nature; the factor of gender in disciplinary and interdisciplinary studies.

Instructor Email

rinita_mazumdar@yahoo.com

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Anthropology
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
20126 ANTH 101.005 3 Introduction to Anthropology SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 TBA ARR ARR Online

ANTH 101.005 Introduction to Anthropology

Catalog Description

Surveys the breadth of anthropology, introducing students to archaeology, biological anthropology, ethnology, human evolutionary ecology and linguistics. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core.

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20127 ANTH 150.005 3 Evolution and Human Emergence
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SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Hunley, Keith ARR ARR Online

ANTH 150.005 Evolution and Human Emergence

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The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

Fundamentals of biological anthropology and principles of organic evolution, in relation to the biology, ecology and behavior of primates and fossil humans. Biological anthropology concentrators are required, and others are encouraged, to enroll concurrently in 151L. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General education Common Core Curriculum.

Detailed Course Description

What is evolution? How has evolution molded human biological and cultural diversity? What are the broader social and scientific implications of our evolutionary history? This class seeks answers to these enduring questions. The course is divided into four parts. We begin by examining Darwin’s ideas about natural selection and the challenges his ideas have faced over the past 150 years. The second section examines how evolution has shaped the anatomy and behavior of our closest living relatives, the non-human primates. The third part of the class is devoted to investigating the human fossil record and tracing the physical and behavioral evolution of our species over the past five million years. In the fourth section, we study the evolution of modern human behavior in greater depth, and we explore the broader social implications of our evolved behavior.

The course consists of 15 content modules. There is one broad course objective for each module describing what the student will know or be able to do by the end of the module. Each module contains a list of specific learning objectives associated with the broad course objective.

Course Objectives:
At the end of the course, the student will be able to:
1. Identify scientific hypotheses, and distinguish between falsifiable hypotheses and non-scientific conjecture (Module 1)
2. Define the forces of evolution and explain their effects on levels of variation within and between populations (Modules 1 & 2)
3. Use Mendel’s laws to predict offspring genotypes and phenotypes from parental genotypes and phenotypes (Module 3)
4. Generate amino acid sequences from DNA sequences (Module 4)
5. Define biological species, allopatric speciation, and adaptive radiation (Module 5)
6. Place prosimian, monkey and ape taxa on a phylogenetic tree, and list the derived traits associated with each taxa (Module 6)
7. Identify primate social structures and mating systems based on the degree of sexual dimorphism and the ecological setting (Module 7)
8. Define sexual selection and the four types of altruism (Module 8)
9. List the hypotheses for why primate brains are large compared to other mammal species (Module 9)
10. List the evolutionary advantages of bipedal locomotion, and list the features of the skull and postcranium that distinguish bipeds from quadrudepal apes (Module 10)
11. List the derived anatomical and behavioral traits of the genus Homo (Module 11)
12. List the derived anatomical and behavioral traits of Homo heidelbergensis and Neandertals and explain the theories for why Neandertals disappeared (Module 12)
13. List the derived anatomical and behavioral traits of Homo sapiens and explain where and when these features appeared (Module 13)
14. Distinguish between evolutionary and non-evolutionary hypotheses for the causes of variation in human mate choice, parenting, and cultural institutions (Module 14)
15. Explain why the structure of human genetic and phenotypic diversity is inconsistent with the existence of biological races, and describe the evolution of human culture (Module 15)

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information. Textbooks for this course are also available through other local or online book retailers.

How Humans Evolved by Robert Boyd (7th edition), Joan B. Silk
Language: English
ISBN: 9780393936773
ISBN: 9780393912272

The 6th and 5th editions are also acceptable and can be purchased from on-line book sellers
Technical Equipment and Software
1. A high speed Internet connection

Technical Equipment and Software

A computer capable of running an up-to-date web browser like Explorer (https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/internet-explorer.aspx), Chrome (https://www.google.com/chrome/browser/desktop/), Mozilla Firefox (https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/new/), or Safari (https://support.apple.com/downloads/safari ).

Current operating systems and internet browsers allow you to view PDFs in the course, but you may also download Acrobat Reader at https://get.adobe.com/reader/.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Testing

All exams will be completed online and students will be given a window of time to complete the exam.

Instructor Email

khunley@unm.edu

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20129 ANTH 160.005 3 Human Life Course SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Thompson, Melissa ARR ARR Online

ANTH 160.005 Human Life Course

Catalog Description

Biology and behavior of the human life course, including the evolution of the life history patterns specific to humans and the impact of population growth and of adaptation to local conditions in promoting human diversity. Students are encouraged, but not required, to enroll concurrently in 161L.

Detailed Course Description

In this course, we will examine the human life course from an evolutionary perspective. We will focus on two major issues: how and why does the human life history differ from that of other species, and how we can understand the considerable variation among people in how economic and reproductive decisions are made? In examining these issues, we will confront many questions. Why do human beings take so long to grow up? Why do we live so long, even after we stop reproducing? Why do some people marry monogamously and others polygynously? How do we select our mates? Why do humans in modern cultures have so few babies? How do decisions made by males and females differ, and are we in conflict?

This is an online-only course. For the summer session, students can work at their own pace but should plan to allocate approximately 2-3 hrs each weekday to watch lecture videos, read the text. Grades are based on the best 2 of 3 exams, 1 of 2 written assignments, and 8-12 short quizzes.

Textbooks and Materials

Textbooks are available at the UNM Bookstore. Textbooks are also available through other local or online retailers.

Dawkins, Charles. The Selfish Gene.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

memery@unm.edu

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20723 ANTH 251.003 3 Forensic Anthropology SU 17 Second Half Term: 07/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Edgar, Heather ARR ARR Online

ANTH 251.003 Forensic Anthropology

Catalog Description

This course is designed to introduce students to the forensic investigation of death. Emphasis will be on current methods and techniques and include the role of the anthropologist as an integral member of the investigation process.

Detailed Course Description

This course will introduce you to the field of forensic anthropology, its main concepts, and their application in the broader medico-legal system. This is not a training course; it is an introduction to the types of knowledge required of forensic anthropologists and a glimpse into a real-life application of science. The material is based on up-to-date methods and directions in forensic anthropology, both within the United States and internationally. This course is based on scientific practice, not what is often portrayed in the media.

Student Learning Objectives
1. Student will gain factual knowledge about the role of forensic anthropologists in the medicolegal system, as well as the many lines of evidence on which they draw to reach their conclusions.
2. Students will learn the fundamental principles underlying the discipline of forensic anthropology.
3. While this is not a training course, students will understand the skills and competencies relied upon by professionals in the field, as well as their responsibilities.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Christensen AM, Passalacqua NV, & Bartelink EJ. 2014. Forensic Anthropology: Current Methods and Practice. Elsevier.

Required supplemental readings in addition to the text will be made available through UNM Learn.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

hjhedgar@unm.edu

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23948 ANTH 360.002 3 Human Behavioral Ecology SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Muller, Martin ARR ARR Online

ANTH 360.002 Human Behavioral Ecology

Catalog Description

Introduces students to the fundamental principles of evolutionary theory and their application to human behavior. It surveys current research on human sexuality, mate choice, reproduction and parenting from the perspective of human evolutionary ecology.
Prerequisite: ANTH 150 or ANTH 160 or BIOL 110

Detailed Course Description

This course will introduce you to the fundamental principles of evolutionary theory and their application to human behavior, physiology, and life history. It surveys current research on human sexuality, mate choice, reproduction and parenting from the perspective of human evolutionary ecology. Major goals are to understand (1) how the social and ecological problems faced by humans are similar to and different from those faced by other animals, (2) how biological adaptations and local ecology interact to shape behavior, and (3) how variation in behavior and physiology can be explained as adaptive solutions to the competing life-history demands of growth, development, reproduction, parental care, and mate acquisition.

Textbooks and Materials

Assigned readings are from: (1) published articles that will be made available to you on the Learn website as pdf files and (2) the following book, available from many online sources, such as Amazon.com (both used for ~$10 and in a Kindle edition):

Ellison, Peter (2001) On Fertile Ground. Harvard University Press. ISBN-10: 0674011120

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

muller@unm.edu

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Art History
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
22524 ARTH 101.001 3 Introduction to Art
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SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Meredith, Ruth ARR ARR Online

ARTH 101.001 Introduction to Art

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The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

A beginning course in the fundamental concepts of the visual arts; the language of form and the media of artistic expression. Readings and slide lectures supplemented by museum exhibition attendance. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area V: Humanities and Fine Arts.

Detailed Course Description

Our media based society is saturated with visual images. Art is used to sell ideas, objects and ways of life. We can be exploited by the persuasive expressiveness of visual language. The power of art to shape our imaginations means that visual literacy should be treated as a critical thinking skill that is as important as reading and writing. In this course, students will learn to use the process of visual analysis to interpret the meaning of works of art from different cultures and times (including our own). Visual analysis is a skill and, like all skills, requires practice. This course is designed to provide the practice which will help students develop the kind of critical thinking relevant to evaluating the images that bombard us day in and day out.

Course Objectives:
1. Students will be able to analyze an art work’s visual language using principles of design and to critically interpret a work of art using appropriate contexts.
2. Students will compare works from different disciplines, cultural points of view and historical periods to explore the question: What is Art for?.
3. Students will know how to use the process of visual analysis to identify, analyze and apply appropriate criteria for making aesthetic judgments.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM Bookstore (http://bookstore.unm.edu) for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location.

Lazziri and Schlesier Exploring Art: A Global, Thematic Approach 4th ed.
A downloadable PDF of Visual Literacy Workbook is available through the course.

Technical Equipment and Software

This course contains a large amount of media which will require speakers or earphones and the most recent versions of Adobe Acrobat Reader and Adobe Flash player. Students will need access to a camera or scanner to submit photos of learning project assignments.

Orientation

An online orientation will be required for this course and will take place in the course during the first week of class.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to Face Meetings will not be used for this course.

Web Conferencing

Web Conferencing will not be used for this course.

Testing

Midterm and final exam will be in essay format. All exams will be submitted online. Grading rubrics and details about formating will be posted with the exam instructions.

Instructor Email

ruthmrdth@gmail.com

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25342 ARTH 201.001 3 History of Art I SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Andrews, Justine ARR ARR Online

ARTH 201.001 History of Art I

Catalog Description

Prehistoric, Near Eastern, Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Early Christian, Byzantine, Romanesque and Gothic Art. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area V: Humanities and Fine Arts (NMCCN 2113).

Detailed Course Description

The course will require a reading quiz and several individual and group assignments per week. Students will study individually the content through their readings, and through online activities engage in discussions of concepts, problems, and questions about art history.

Unit 1 – Ancient Near East, Egypt, Aegean
Formal analysis
Style and Iconography
Historical Context

Unit 2 – Classical Art of Greece and Rome
Primary Texts
Context
Patronage
Portraiture
Propaganda/Politics

Unit 3 – the Middle Ages Europe, Middle East and Byzantium
Secondary Sources
Comparisons
Religion and Art
Manuscripts
Monasteries
Cathedrals

Course Objectives:
1. Learn the vocabulary to talk and write about art in history.
2. Understand what a primary text is and what a secondary text is in Art History and how they relate to Visual Culture.
3. Identify and analyze works of art with the chronology of the history of art from Antiquity through the Middle Ages
4. Synthesize visual elements (formal/style/context/architectural terms) with the historical context in a written format

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Art History, Volume 1, by Marilyn Stokstad, 5th edition, Pearson Publishers
You must purchase the online textbook with access to REVEL – the online platform for the book.
You will be required to take online quizzes throughout the chapters of the text.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

jandrews@unm.edu

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26297 ARTH 210.001 3 History of Photography SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Mulhearn, Kevin ARR ARR Online

ARTH 210.001 History of Photography

Catalog Description

A survey tracing the historical and cultural impact of photography, including artistic, scientific, documentary, commercial, and vernacular images.

Detailed Course Description

An introduction to the history of photography, this course will help students understand the role of the photograph in history, culture and in their own daily lives. The course tracks the history of photography from its beginnings in the 1830s to the recent development of digital imaging.

The primary task of the course will be to develop visual literacy and familiarity with various photographic genres and with the social functions of photographic image production. While the course will focus on the contexts in which the photograph operates, it will also emphasize ‘looking’ as a special skill and give students’ the ability to speak and write about images.

The course will require a reading quiz and several individual and group assignments per week. There will also be one short paper assigned. Students will study content through their readings and, through online activities, will engage in discussions of concepts, problems, and questions about the history of photography.

Unit 1 – What is a photograph and how do we read one?
Formal analysis; technological development; family photography and the snapshot.

Unit 2 – Photography in the nineteenth century and scientific photography.
Photography’s effects; new knowledge and new vision.

Unit 3 – Portrait photography.
The body as subject and object.

Unit 4 – Photojournalism and documentary.
Photographs as evidence; the photography of events.

Unit 5 – Art photography.
Forms and ideas of fine art photography.

Unit 6 – Intimate life, identity and photography.
Social media; the politics of identity.

Course Objectives:
Upon successful completion of this course, students will:
1. Be able to analyze and evaluate photographs from across history and discuss the social contexts of photography: how photography is used and why photographs are made.
2. Be able to discuss how photography relates to historical and political circumstances, including the histories of art, journalism and science.
3. Be able to understand the distinction between art photography and vernacular forms.
4. Be able to articulate the ways in which photographs communicate both formally and through various types of genres and subject matter.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Graham Clarke. The Photograph, from the Oxford History of Art series. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1997. ISBN-13: 978-0192842008.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

kmulhearn@unm.edu

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Astronomy
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
11760 ASTR 101.010 3 Introduction to Astronomy SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Tessier, Tracey ARR ARR Online

ASTR 101.010 Introduction to Astronomy

Catalog Description

Conceptual description of our fascinating universe: early astronomy, Newtonian synthesis, Earth, Moon, planets, asteroids, comets, the sun, our solar system, stars, black holes, galaxies, dark matter, dark energy and cosmological mysteries. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area III: Science (NMCCN 1114).

Detailed Course Description

Course Objectives:
1. To appreciate the historical development of astronomy up to modern times in the context of the scientific method.
2. To gain a working knowledge of our solar system, the nature of stars, galaxies, cosmology, and the search for extraterrestrial life.
3. To understand the fundamental principles which govern our universe, and develop proficiency in applying them to a variety of astronomical phenomena.

All coursework (tests, homework, forums, etc.) will be assigned and submitted through the UNM Learn system.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Required Text:
Astronomy: A Beginner's Guide to the Universe, 6th, 7th or 8th ed., Eric Chaisson and Steve McMillan (Addison-Wesley) - latest edition is available from the UNM Bookstore. Text only required.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

tessiert@unm.edu

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Biology
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
26693 BIOL 110.101 3 Biology Non-Majors
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SU 17 Second Half Term: 07/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Witt, Satya ARR ARR Online

BIOL 110.101 Biology Non-Majors

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Catalog Description

Biological principles important for the non-major in today’s world. Ecological, evolutionary and molecular topics. Three lectures. (Credit not allowed for both 110 and 123/124L).

Detailed Course Description

This course is an introduction to the science of biology for the non-science major. You will learn how living things function at the molecular, cellular, and organismal levels. We will explore how important concepts in biology relate to our daily lives. New discoveries are being made in biology every day, in part due to continuously improving biological technologies. A better understanding of biology can make you a better citizen of the world.

Textbooks and Materials

Biology for a Changing World, Second Edition, copyright 2015, Michele Shuster, Janet Vigna, Gunjan Sinha, Matthew Tontonoz, authors.

Available at UNM Bookstore.
Also available as an ebook at: http://www.macmillanhighered.com/launchpad/sabiology2e/

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

smwitt@unm.edu

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25630 BIOL 123.100 3 Biology for Health Related Sciences and Non-Majors SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Buckholz, Kimran ARR ARR Online

BIOL 123.100 Biology for Health Related Sciences and Non-Majors

Catalog Description

Principles of cell biology, genetics and organismic biology. (Credit not allowed for both 123 and 110. Not accepted toward a Biology major.)

Detailed Course Description

We will discuss cell biology, genetics and organismal biology with a health-related emphasis. Specific topics include scientific inquiry, water, organic molecules, cells, energy, cellular respiration, DNA replication, transcription and translation, mitosis and meiosis, and genetics. There will be one quiz, 5 mini-exams and a noncumulative final exam. All exams and the quiz will be timed. The quiz will have 5 multiple choice questions, mini-exams will have 20 multiple choice questions and the final will have 30 multiple choice questions.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Pearson Custom Library University of New Mexico (zebra on front cover); ISBN: 1-269-81804-X.

I have worked closely with the publisher (Pearson) to create this custom textbook for you. It only covers material we will discuss in lecture. It is the cheapest version of the textbook.

Face to Face Meetings

There will be no face to face meetings for this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Testing

There is no proctoring required. However, the tests and the quiz should be taken with closed notes and closed textbook.

Instructor Email

kbuckholz@unm.edu

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Chemistry
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
24017 CHEM 122.002 3 General Chemistry II SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Bellew, Donald 6/16, 6/30, 7/14, 7/28 1500 - 1600 Online

CHEM 122.002 General Chemistry II

Catalog Description

Continuation of 121. Meets New Mexico Lower Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area III: Science (NMCCN 1224). Pre- or Co-requisite: 124L Prerequisite: (ACT=>25 or SAT=>570 or MATH 121 or MATH 123 or MATH 150 or MATH 162 or MATH 163 or MATH 180 or MATH 181 or MATH 264) and (121 and 123L) or 131L

Detailed Course Description

Online video lectures available on the UNM Learn page for the course. Smartwork online homework system. 4 one hour exams 6/16, 6/30, 7/14, 7/28 from 3-4pm.

Textbooks and Materials

Textbooks are available at the UNM Bookstore. Textbooks are also available through other local or online retailers.

MasteringChemistry program by Pearson, with Nivaldo Tro's 4th edition ebook.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used for this course.

Testing

4 one hour exams 6/16, 6/30, 7/14, 7/28 from 3-4pm.

Tests to be proctored virtually through UNM Learn. See below for hardware requirements.

You will need:
• Portable web camera OR built-in laptop camera
• Microphone headset OR built-in computer/laptop microphone
• Minimum Internet connection speed of .092 Mbps (.663 Mbps is optimal)
• Minimum recommended RAM of 4GB
• Download of Chrome Browser (free and open)

Instructor Email

dbellew@unm.edu

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20555 CHEM 301.002 3 Organic Chemistry SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Bellew, Donald 6/16, 6/30, 7/14, 7/28 1500 - 1600 Online

CHEM 301.002 Organic Chemistry

Catalog Description

Chemistry of the compounds of carbon.

Prerequisite: (122 and 124L) or 132L.

Detailed Course Description

There will be 4 one hour exams online from 3-4PM on the following Fridays; 6/16, 6/30, 7/14, 7/28. Online video lectures accessible on the Learn page. Online homework with WileyPlus system is required.

Textbooks and Materials

Textbooks are available at the UNM Bookstore. Textbooks are also available through other local or online retailers.

Klein 2nd edition Organic Chemistry
Students Solutions manual
Online homework with WileyPlus system is required.
Molecular Student Model Set by Duluth Labs, MM-006

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Testing

There will be 4 one-exams online from 3-4PM on the following Fridays; 6/16, 6/30, 7/14, 7/28.

Instructor Email

dbellew@unm.edu

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20556 CHEM 302.002 3 Organic Chemistry SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Bellew, Donald 6/16, 6/30, 7/14, 7/28 1500 - 1600 Online

CHEM 302.002 Organic Chemistry

Catalog Description

Continuation of 301.

Prerequisite: 301

Detailed Course Description

There will be 4 one hour exams online from 3-4PM on the following Fridays; 6/16, 6/30, 7/14, 7/28. Online video lectures accessible on the Learn page. Online homework with WileyPlus system is required.

Textbooks and Materials

Textbooks are available at the UNM Bookstore. Textbooks are also available through other local or online retailers.

Klein 2nd edition Organic Chemistry, Wiley
Students Solutions manual
Online homework with WileyPlus system is required.
Molecular Student Model Set by Duluth Labs, MM-006

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Testing

There will be 4 one-exams online from 3-4PM on the following Fridays; 6/16, 6/30, 7/14, 7/28.

Instructor Email

dbellew@unm.edu

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Chicana and Chicano Studies
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
25770 CCS 109.001 3 Introduction to Comparative Global and Ethnic Societies SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Winder, Tanaya ARR ARR Online

CCS 109.001 Introduction to Comparative Global and Ethnic Societies

Catalog Description

The course explores historical and contemporary social forces that impact ethnic communities across the Americas. Students will examine social and economic dynamics of Indigenous, Latino, Asian-Pacific, Africana communities, and women's experiences.

Detailed Course Description

This course is an introduction into the study of diverse global societies and cultures. One of the basic concepts of this course will be to question and critique the ways diverse cultures have historically been discussed and/or written about. In addition to this basic concept, the theme of immigration will run through this course. What has caused the migration of populations? What is a migration? What is forced migration? Although, it seems as if there are some cultures that this theme may not apply to, we will learn that in fact, all populations have had a migration, even if it is a relatively small one or one that occurred far back in the stories of creation. Some of the cultures we will study include the indigenous cultures of the Americas and the Pacific Islands. We will also discuss the Caribbean the diverse experiences of Asian, African and European migrations. Within the Department of Chicana and Chicano Studies, this course serves as a class in which we can begin to develop comparative analyses between diverse global communities. What do different ethnic groups have in common? What are their differences? How can we develop ways to build bridges among communities? This course is an interdisciplinary course, which means we will also watch films, listen to relevant music as well as read a variety of articles.

Textbooks and Materials

All of your readings will be online and posted on UNM Learn.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will be available by appointment.

Instructor Email

tanaya.winder@gmail.com

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26576 CCS 109.002 3 Introduction to Comparative Global and Ethnic Societies SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Winder, Tanaya ARR ARR Online

CCS 109.002 Introduction to Comparative Global and Ethnic Societies

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

The course explores historical and contemporary social forces that impact ethnic communities across the Americas. Students will examine social and economic dynamics of Indigenous, Latino, Asian-Pacific, Africana communities, and women's experiences.

Detailed Course Description

This course is an introduction into the study of diverse global societies and cultures. One of the basic concepts of this course will be to question and critique the ways diverse cultures have historically been discussed and/or written about. In addition to this basic concept, the theme of immigration will run through this course. What has caused the migration of populations? What is a migration? What is forced migration? Although, it seems as if there are some cultures that this theme may not apply to, we will learn that in fact, all populations have had a migration, even if it is a relatively small one or one that occurred far back in the stories of creation. Some of the cultures we will study include the indigenous cultures of the Americas and the Pacific Islands. We will also discuss the Caribbean the diverse experiences of Asian, African and European migrations. Within the Department of Chicana and Chicano Studies, this course serves as a class in which we can begin to develop comparative analyses between diverse global communities. What do different ethnic groups have in common? What are their differences? How can we develop ways to build bridges among communities? This course is an interdisciplinary course, which means we will also watch films, listen to relevant music as well as read a variety of articles.

Textbooks and Materials

All of your readings will be online and posted on UNM Learn.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will be available by appointment.

Instructor Email

tanaya.winder@gmail.com

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24489 CCS 201.001 3 Introduction to Chicana and Chicano Studies SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Perea, Patricia ARR ARR Online

CCS 201.001 Introduction to Chicana and Chicano Studies

Catalog Description

Introductory survey of the Mexican American experience in the United States, with special reference to New Mexico. Exploration of historical, political, social, and cultural dimensions.

Instructor Email

pereapm@unm.edu

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26569 CCS 201.002 3 Introduction to Chicana and Chicano Studies SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Perea, Patricia ARR ARR Online

CCS 201.002 Introduction to Chicana and Chicano Studies

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

Introductory survey of the Mexican American experience in the United States, with special reference to New Mexico. Exploration of historical, political, social, and cultural dimensions.

Instructor Email

pereapm@unm.edu

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26570 CCS 332.001 3 Introduction to Chicana Studies SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Lopez, Maria ARR ARR Online

CCS 332.001 Introduction to Chicana Studies

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

This course is an introduction to the interdisciplinary field of Chicana Studies. Includes historical and contemporary research on labor, political involvement, cultural studies and feminism.

Detailed Course Description

This class will introduce you to the field of Chicana Studies. The purpose of this course is to examine the various experiences, perspectives, and expressions of Chicanas in the United States. The course will begin with a historical overview of Mexican American women's experiences in the U.S., including the emergence of Chicana feminism. We will discuss central concepts of Chicana feminism and attempt to understand how those concepts link to everyday lived experiences. Specifically, the relationship between gender, race/ethnicity, and class will be key as we discuss issues that have been significant in the experiences and self-identification of Chicanas, such as: family, gender, sexuality, religion/spirituality, education, labor, and political engagement. We will be engaging in interdisciplinary analysis concerning the diversity of Chicana’s experiences, gendered violence, transnationalism, cultural politics and Chicana gendered and sexual identities. We will examine media representations of Chicanas through critical analyses of film and telenovelas, as well as the performance of identity in poetry and music. By the end of this course, students will not only be more critical readers and thinkers, but they will also be able to apply themes and elements from the readings and discussions to current social justice issues.

Textbooks and Materials

There is no required textbook for the class. Most of the material is presented in the format of single PDF documents and they will all be made available online. Every module will have a section titled Media Archive in which I will post news media articles or weblinks with information relevant to the topics discussed in each module.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

euge23@unm.edu

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26571 CCS 332.002 3 Introduction to Chicana Studies SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Lopez, Maria ARR ARR Online

CCS 332.002 Introduction to Chicana Studies

Catalog Description

This course is an introduction to the interdisciplinary field of Chicana Studies. Includes historical and contemporary research on labor, political involvement, cultural studies and feminism.

Detailed Course Description

This class will introduce you to the field of Chicana Studies. The purpose of this course is to examine the various experiences, perspectives, and expressions of Chicanas in the United States. The course will begin with a historical overview of Mexican American women's experiences in the U.S., including the emergence of Chicana feminism. We will discuss central concepts of Chicana feminism and attempt to understand how those concepts link to everyday lived experiences. Specifically, the relationship between gender, race/ethnicity, and class will be key as we discuss issues that have been significant in the experiences and self-identification of Chicanas, such as: family, gender, sexuality, religion/spirituality, education, labor, and political engagement. We will be engaging in interdisciplinary analysis concerning the diversity of Chicana’s experiences, gendered violence, transnationalism, cultural politics and Chicana gendered and sexual identities. We will examine media representations of Chicanas through critical analyses of film and telenovelas, as well as the performance of identity in poetry and music. By the end of this course, students will not only be more critical readers and thinkers, but they will also be able to apply themes and elements from the readings and discussions to current social justice issues.

Textbooks and Materials

There is no required textbook for the class. Most of the material is presented in the format of single PDF documents and they will all be made available online. Every module will have a section titled Media Archive in which I will post news media articles or weblinks with information relevant to the topics discussed in each module.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

euge23@unm.edu

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26572 CCS 480.001 3 New Approaches in Chicana and Chicano Studies SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Perea, Patricia ARR ARR Online

CCS 480.001 New Approaches in Chicana and Chicano Studies

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

The course focuses on examining the various theories and methods utilized by Chicana/o scholars during the evolution of Chicana/o Studies. The class also presents theories and methods that inform writings in Chicana/o studies.

Instructor Email

pereapm@unm.edu

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26573 CCS 480.002 3 New Approaches in Chicana and Chicano Studies SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Perea, Patricia ARR ARR Online

CCS 480.002 New Approaches in Chicana and Chicano Studies

Catalog Description

The course focuses on examining the various theories and methods utilized by Chicana/o scholars during the evolution of Chicana/o Studies. The class also presents theories and methods that inform writings in Chicana/o studies.

Instructor Email

pereapm@unm.edu

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Civil Engineering
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
26547 CE 598.002 3 ST: Construction Materials SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Taha, Mahmoud Reda ARR ARR Online

CE 598.002 ST: Construction Materials

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Instructor Email

mrtaha@unm.edu

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26548 CE 598.003 3 ST: Construction Materials SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Taha, Mahmoud Reda ARR ARR Online

CE 598.003 ST: Construction Materials

Instructor Email

mrtaha@unm.edu

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Classical Studies
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
20122 CLST 107.001 3 Greek Mythology SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Mata, Molly ARR ARR Online

CLST 107.001 Greek Mythology

Catalog Description

Introduction to mythology; primary readings in stories about the gods and heroes, usually including Homer, Hesiod, Homeric Hymns and Tragedies. All texts will be in English.

Detailed Course Description

This introductory course will explore the representation, interpretation and influence of the classical Greek myths. We will consider how the gods and heroes function as objects of deep religious awe and reverence for the ancient Greeks, and yet at the same time how they are portrayed as colorful, unpredictable, subjectively “anthropomorphic” characters in the popular art and literature of classical antiquity. We will investigate how archetypal figures and narratives emerge in Greek mythology and how these patterns develop in different representational media and literary genres. We will ask how the Greek myths continue to influence our culture today. In our survey of the principal ancient myths, the primary emphasis will be on the myths as they are presented in classical Greek literature: readings will come from ancient poems, hymns and other writings. We will also view images taken from ancient Greek vase painting and sculpture, so that we may examine the representation of the gods, heroes and myths in their own contemporary visual and cultural context.

This course will consist of readings, slide lectures, and quizzes. Please refer to the schedule. Students are expected to prepare the entire assignment for each day as specified on the syllabus. Students are expected to take all quizzes.

Textbooks and Materials

A Journey through Greek Mythology by Monica Cyrino, ISBN 978-0757589102
e-books are available at https://he.kendallhunt.com/product/journey-through-greek-mythology.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

mollymata@unm.edu

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23167 CLST 107.002 3 Greek Mythology SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Keith, Sarah ARR ARR Online

CLST 107.002 Greek Mythology

Catalog Description

Introduction to mythology; primary readings in stories about the gods and heroes, usually including Homer, Hesiod, Homeric Hymns and Tragedies. All texts will be in English.

Detailed Course Description

This introductory course will explore the representation, interpretation and influence of the classical Greek myths. We will consider how the gods and heroes function as objects of deep religious awe and reverence for the ancient Greeks, and yet at the same time how they are portrayed as colorful, unpredictable, subjectively “anthropomorphic” characters in the popular art and literature of classical antiquity. We will investigate how archetypal figures and narratives emerge in Greek mythology and how these patterns develop in different representational media and literary genres. We will ask how the Greek myths continue to influence our culture today. In our survey of the principal ancient myths, the primary emphasis will be on the myths as they are presented in classical Greek literature: readings will come from ancient poems, hymns and other writings. We will also view images taken from ancient Greek vase painting and sculpture, so that we may examine the representation of the gods, heroes and myths in their own contemporary visual and cultural context.

This course will consist of readings, slide lectures, and quizzes. Please refer to the schedule. Students are expected to prepare the entire assignment for each day as specified on the syllabus. Students are expected to take all quizzes.

Textbooks and Materials

A Journey through Greek Mythology by Monica Cyrino, ISBN 978-0757589102
e-books are available at https://he.kendallhunt.com/product/journey-through-greek-mythology.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

sckeith@unm.edu

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22110 CLST 107.003 3 Greek Mythology SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 John, Benjamin ARR ARR Online

CLST 107.003 Greek Mythology

Catalog Description

Introduction to mythology; primary readings in stories about the gods and heroes, usually including Homer, Hesiod, Homeric Hymns and Tragedies. All texts will be in English.

Detailed Course Description

This introductory course will explore the representation, interpretation and influence of the classical Greek myths. We will consider how the gods and heroes function as objects of deep religious awe and reverence for the ancient Greeks, and yet at the same time how they are portrayed as colorful, unpredictable, subjectively “anthropomorphic” characters in the popular art and literature of classical antiquity. We will investigate how archetypal figures and narratives emerge in Greek mythology and how these patterns develop in different representational media and literary genres. We will ask how the Greek myths continue to influence our culture today. In our survey of the principal ancient myths, the primary emphasis will be on the myths as they are presented in classical Greek literature: readings will come from ancient poems, hymns and other writings. We will also view images taken from ancient Greek vase painting and sculpture, so that we may examine the representation of the gods, heroes and myths in their own contemporary visual and cultural context.

This course will consist of readings, slide lectures, and quizzes. Please refer to the schedule. Students are expected to prepare the entire assignment for each day as specified on the syllabus. Students are expected to take all quizzes.

Textbooks and Materials

A Journey through Greek Mythology by Monica Cyrino, ISBN 978-0757589102
e-books are available at https://he.kendallhunt.com/product/journey-through-greek-mythology.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

bjohn123@unm.edu

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24465 CLST 107.004 3 Greek Mythology SU 17 Second Half Term: 07/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Lea, Luke ARR ARR Online

CLST 107.004 Greek Mythology

Catalog Description

Introduction to mythology; primary readings in stories about the gods and heroes, usually including Homer, Hesiod, Homeric Hymns and Tragedies. All texts will be in English.

Detailed Course Description

This introductory course will explore the representation, interpretation and influence of the classical Greek myths. We will consider how the gods and heroes function as objects of deep religious awe and reverence for the ancient Greeks, and yet at the same time how they are portrayed as colorful, unpredictable, subjectively “anthropomorphic” characters in the popular art and literature of classical antiquity. We will investigate how archetypal figures and narratives emerge in Greek mythology and how these patterns develop in different representational media and literary genres. We will ask how the Greek myths continue to influence our culture today. In our survey of the principal ancient myths, the primary emphasis will be on the myths as they are presented in classical Greek literature: readings will come from ancient poems, hymns and other writings. We will also view images taken from ancient Greek vase painting and sculpture, so that we may examine the representation of the gods, heroes and myths in their own contemporary visual and cultural context.

This course will consist of readings, slide lectures, and quizzes. Please refer to the schedule. Students are expected to prepare the entire assignment for each day as specified on the syllabus. Students are expected to take all quizzes.

Textbooks and Materials

A Journey through Greek Mythology by Monica Cyrino, ISBN 978-0757589102
e-books are available at https://he.kendallhunt.com/product/journey-through-greek-mythology.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

lulea@unm.edu

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25378 CLST 107.005 3 Greek Mythology SU 17 Second Half Term: 07/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Hayenga, Bethany ARR ARR Online

CLST 107.005 Greek Mythology

Catalog Description

Introduction to mythology; primary readings in stories about the gods and heroes, usually including Homer, Hesiod, Homeric Hymns and Tragedies. All texts will be in English.

Detailed Course Description

This introductory course will explore the representation, interpretation and influence of the classical Greek myths. We will consider how the gods and heroes function as objects of deep religious awe and reverence for the ancient Greeks, and yet at the same time how they are portrayed as colorful, unpredictable, subjectively “anthropomorphic” characters in the popular art and literature of classical antiquity. We will investigate how archetypal figures and narratives emerge in Greek mythology and how these patterns develop in different representational media and literary genres. We will ask how the Greek myths continue to influence our culture today. In our survey of the principal ancient myths, the primary emphasis will be on the myths as they are presented in classical Greek literature: readings will come from ancient poems, hymns and other writings. We will also view images taken from ancient Greek vase painting and sculpture, so that we may examine the representation of the gods, heroes and myths in their own contemporary visual and cultural context.

This course will consist of readings, slide lectures, and quizzes. Please refer to the schedule. Students are expected to prepare the entire assignment for each day as specified on the syllabus. Students are expected to take all quizzes.

Textbooks and Materials

A Journey through Greek Mythology by Monica Cyrino, ISBN 978-0757589102
e-books are available at https://he.kendallhunt.com/product/journey-through-greek-mythology.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

puella@unm.edu

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Communication & Journalism
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
26272 CJ 101.003 3 Introduction to Communication SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Morales, Gabriela ARR ARR Online

CJ 101.003 Introduction to Communication

Catalog Description

Principles and concepts of various types of human communication including interpersonal, small group, organizational, public and mass communication.

Detailed Course Description

Required: UNM Learn (BlackBoard): You MUST have regular, high-speed internet access to access UNM Learn. This is an online course, so make sure you have daily access to UNM Learn. Not turning in work because of a bad connection will not count as an excuse. If this is something that you anticipate will get in the way of your learning, please find a face-to-face course.

Technical Requirements:
- Supported browsers include: Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Safari. Detailed Supported Browsers
and Operating Systems:http://online.unm.edu/help/learn/students/
**Use Firefox and a laptop or desktop – tablets and smartphone will not always
work and or less equipped to support this online course!
- Any computer capable of running a recently updated web browser should be sufficient to access your online course. However, bear in mind that processor speed, amount of RAM and Internet connection speed can greatly affect performance. Many locations offer free high-speed Internet access including UNM’s Computer Pods.
- For using the Kaltura Media Tools inside Learn, be sure you have downloaded and installed the latest version of Java, Flash, and Mozilla Firefox. They may not come preloaded.
- Microsoft Office products are available free for all UNM students (more information on the UNM IT Software Distribution and Downloads page: http://it.unm.edu/software/index.html)
- For UNM Learn Technical Support: (505) 277-0857 (24/7) or use the “Create a Support Ticket” link in your course.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Textbook: Alberts, J.K., Nakayama, T.K., & Martin, J.N. (2015). Human communication in society (4th edition). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education. ISBN-10: 0133754006; ISBN 13: 9780133754001

**You must have the 4th edition of the textbook – the 3rd edition is out of print and other editions won’t work!

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

I will have virtual office hours on Mondays 10-12 p.m. through Skype only. Please set up an appointment with me through course messages first so there is no overlap with other students who request a virtual appointment time.

Skype username: gabrielam@unm.edu

Instructor Email

gabrielam@unm.edu

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24519 CJ 130.004 3 Public Speaking SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Karikari, Eric ARR ARR Online

CJ 130.004 Public Speaking

Catalog Description

A performance course that deals with the analysis, preparation and presentation of speeches. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area I: Communications).

Detailed Course Description

Taking Public Speaking Online in a 4 week format is an intense experience. It is imperative that you thoroughly read the syllabus and schedule before beginning the coursework. Please communicate early and often with your instructor to ensure your success. Time management and dedication is key to navigating this course. Also make sure that you have a working knowledge of your technology and media to successfully record and upload your speeches. Learn support is also available to assist with technical issues. Get yourself organized early and keep up with the daily tasks. Don't forget that audience members are required for each of your speeches.

Textbooks and Materials

Textbooks for this course are available through the UNM bookstore: Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information. Some readings and course materials will be made available to students within the course.

0133922618 - REVEL for Public Speaking Handbook -- Access Card

Web Conferencing

There is one required online meeting for the Impromptu Speech. Students will sign-up for time-slots during the first week. Additional online meetings can be scheduled between instructor and student as needed.

Instructor Email

ekarikari@unm.edu

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25385 CJ 130.007 3 Public Speaking SU 17 Second Half Term: 07/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Ringer, Ailesha ARR ARR Online

CJ 130.007 Public Speaking

Catalog Description

A performance course that deals with the analysis, preparation and presentation of speeches. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area I: Communications).

Detailed Course Description

Taking Public Speaking Online in a 4 week format is an intense experience. It is imperative that you thoroughly read the syllabus and schedule before beginning the coursework. Please communicate early and often with your instructor to ensure your success. Time management and dedication is key to navigating this course. Also make sure that you have a working knowledge of your technology and media to successfully record and upload your speeches. Learn support is also available to assist with technical issues. Get yourself organized early and keep up with the daily tasks. Don't forget that audience members are required for each of your speeches.

Textbooks and Materials

Textbooks for this course are available through the UNM bookstore: Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information. Some readings and course materials will be made available to students within the course.

0133922618 - REVEL for Public Speaking Handbook -- Access Card

Web Conferencing

There is one required online meeting for the Impromptu Speech. Students will sign-up for time-slots during the first week. Additional online meetings can be scheduled between instructor and student as needed.

Instructor Email

aringer@unm.edu

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26273 CJ 221.002 3 Interpersonal Communication SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Isaacson, Kathy ARR ARR Online

CJ 221.002 Interpersonal Communication

Catalog Description

Analysis of a variety of interpersonal communication concepts, with special emphasis on the application of communication skills in different situations. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area I: Communications.

Instructor Email

kathyisaacson@gmail.com

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25384 CJ 300.001 3 Theories of Communication SU 17 Second Half Term: 07/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Floyd, Marissa ARR ARR Online

CJ 300.001 Theories of Communication

Catalog Description

Study of the nature of communication theories and theory development, theories of meaning, information processing and influence with applications to selected communication contexts.

Prerequisite: CJ 101.

Detailed Course Description

Theories of Communication is a core course that has standardized content across sections. We will survey a variety of foundational communication theories and engage in theoretical discussions and application. I strive to make this course as interactive as possible to help facilitate the workload and online environment. Students will interact regularly with group members to discuss the theories and how they can be applied to personal experiences. In addition to graded group discussions, students will complete three article critiques to expand on course theories and application as well as content quizzes. Students will also complete a 3 step theory project for which they will choose a theory and submit an outline/paper and media project.

All deadlines, due dates, and assignments are posted on the first day of class! There are no surprises or pop "assignments/quizzes." Please review the schedule and syllabus in their entirety as soon as you are able to ensure your success.

This course has an intense weekly workload for which it is imperative to keep up with the readings/assignments and ask questions early and often. I am committed to student success and have designed the class to be as supportive and accessible as possible.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

A First Look at Communication Theory, Ninth Edition (Griffin, Ledbetter, Sparks)

ISBN: 9780073523927

The textbook is required and will be covered/used in depth.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

We have no "scheduled" meetings. Group discussions are posted in advance and can be completed at the students own pace as long as it meets the deadline. I am more than happy to schedule skype/video office hours per student preference

Instructor Email

mmfloyd267@unm.edu

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24521 CJ 314.004 3 Intercultural Communication SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Eguchi, Shinsuke ARR ARR Online

CJ 314.004 Intercultural Communication

Catalog Description

Examines cultural influences in communication across ethnic and national boundaries.

Pre- or corequisite: MATH 121 or MATH 129 or MATH 150 or MATH 153 or MATH 162 or MATH 180 or MATH 215 or STAT 145 or UHON 202.

Detailed Course Description

In our increasingly diverse world, intercultural literacy is an urgent necessity, not an option. To help fulfill this globally, the goal of this class is to heighten sensitivity to and understanding of one’s own cultural grounding as well as that of people who are different from, and to apply alternative communication strategies that result in deliberate and fruitful intercultural outcomes. This cutting-edge and fun course is designed to study the intersection of communication and culture. In this course, culture is defined broadly to include a variety of contexts, such as nationality, race/ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, age, ability, and class.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Martin, N. J & Nakayama, K. T (2013). Intercultural Communication in Contexts. (6th Ed.) McGraw Hill, New York.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will be optional.

Instructor Email

seguchi@unm.edu

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23430 CJ 323.002 3 Nonverbal Communication SU 17 Second Half Term: 07/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Roberts, Myra "Nikkie" ARR ARR Online

CJ 323.002 Nonverbal Communication

Catalog Description

Theory, analysis and practice of a variety of nonverbal messages, including body movement and appearance, vocal cues and environmental cues.

Instructor Email

myroberts@unm.edu

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25797 CJ 327.003 3 Persuasive Communication SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 West, Andrew ARR ARR Online

CJ 327.003 Persuasive Communication

Catalog Description

Analysis, practice and evaluation of principles of attitude change for a variety of interpersonal and public communication situations.

Pre- or corequisite: MATH 121 or MATH 129 or MATH 150 or MATH 153 or MATH 162 or MATH 180 or MATH 215 or STAT 145 or UHON 202.

Detailed Course Description

Analysis, practice and evaluation of principles of attitude change for a variety of interpersonal and public communication situations.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

andrewwest@unm.edu

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26274 CJ 333.004 3 Professional Communication SU 17 Second Half Term: 07/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Hoffmann, Jeffrey ARR ARR Online

CJ 333.004 Professional Communication

Catalog Description

Focuses on the written and presentation skills needed to succeed in a professional environment. Lessons emphasize writing reports and proposals, acquiring social information, social interaction skills, the influence of audience on message design and business etiquette.

Instructor Email

jhoffmann@unm.edu

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25382 CJ 340.001 3 Communication in Organizations SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Ginossar, Tamar ARR ARR Online

CJ 340.001 Communication in Organizations

Catalog Description

Examines current theories of organizational behavior with emphasis on communication patterns and practices. Attention to superior-subordinate communication, formal and informal communication networks, authority and power.

Detailed Course Description

The goal of this course is to understand processes of communication in organizing and in organizational life from personal and theoretical perspectives. We will explore different perspectives and recent developments in organizational communication, and apply and criticize the various theoretical perspectives about organizational communication. Examples of communication processes include conflict, power, formal/informal communication and decision-making. In addition, we will explore important organizational contexts, such as the virtual organization.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Face to Face Meetings

There will be optional face to face meetings.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

TGinossar@salud.unm.edu

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24523 CJ 387.003 3 Introduction to Strategic Communication
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SU 17 Second Half Term: 07/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Shah, Sayyed ARR ARR Online

CJ 387.003 Introduction to Strategic Communication

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Catalog Description

A writing-intensive course with emphasis on history, practice, ethics, professional opportunities and challenges of the field. Strong emphasis on understanding contemporary global strategic communication perspectives and diversity issues.

Prerequisite: 171L and 327 and 374 and STAT 145.

Instructor Email

fshah@unm.edu

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23567 CJ 393.004 3 T: Serial Murder Communication SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Gibson, Dirk ARR ARR Online

CJ 393.004 T: Serial Murder Communication

Catalog Description

Topics

Detailed Course Description

Serial Murder Communication is not a skills class. Students learn about the two main types of serial killer communication--rhetoric employed by the killers, and mass communication about the crimes. There are twenty-seven different ways in which serial killers communicate about their crimes, before, during and after the offenses. Twelve cases of serial murder rhetoric are examined, including Jack the Ripper, the Zodiac and the Unabomber. In the second part of the course, the symbiotic and manipulative relationships between serial murder stakeholders (the killer, the police, the media and the public) are described. Positive and negative consequences of serial murder media coverage are described and documented in ten cases, including the Axeman of New Orleans,The Mad Butcher of Cleveland and Henri Landru.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Dirk C. Gibson, CLUES FROM KILLERS. Praeger

Dirk C. Gibson, SERIAL MURDER & MEDIA CIRCUSES. Praeger

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

dirkcgib@unm.edu

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24643 CJ 400.002 3 Senior Seminar: Perspectives on Communication SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Ding, Zhao ARR ARR Online

CJ 400.002 Senior Seminar: Perspectives on Communication

Catalog Description

In this capstone course, seniors assess the theories, concepts and skills learned throughout their communication major and apply them to real-world situations as well as to the fulfillment of professional, personal and social goals.

Prerequisite: 300 and 301 and (332 or 333).

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will be optional.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will be optional.

Instructor Email

zding2015@unm.edu

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25373 CJ 466.001 3 Media Law & Ethics SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Cvetkovic, Ivana ARR ARR Online

CJ 466.001 Media Law & Ethics

Catalog Description

Intersection of journalism and mass communication with society and its ethical standards and laws. Focus on news media and ethical and legal issues in advertising, public relations and management.

Prerequisite: 171L.

Pre- or corequisite: STAT 145.

Detailed Course Description

This course is designed for journalism and mass communication students who plan careers in the media. It is also useful for informed consumers of media and citizenship. Students will learn more about the history of ethics and sources of the U.S. legal system, and fundamentals of law of First Amendment, libel, privacy, open government, copyright, and commercial speech.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

The Skype and online meetings will be optional.

Instructor Email

icvetkovic@unm.edu

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Counseling
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
25462 COUN 510.002 3 Professional Orientation and Ethics SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Keim, Jeanmarie ARR ARR Online

COUN 510.002 Professional Orientation and Ethics

Catalog Description

Contemporary issues, trends, and ethical considerations in counseling are reviewed and critiqued. Provides an overview of the helping profession, history of the profession, professional roles, organizations, ethical and professional preparation standards, credentialing, and public policy issues. Restriction: admitted to graduate Counselor Education Program.

Instructor Email

jkeim@unm.edu

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25272 COUN 576.001 3 Diagnosis of Mental Disorders SU 17 Second Half Term: 07/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Keim, Jeanmarie ARR ARR Online

COUN 576.001 Diagnosis of Mental Disorders

Catalog Description

A comprehensive overview of physiological aspects of behavior which may impact the counseling process. Emphasis will be placed on psychopathology and diagnosis in accordance with the DSM and ICD.
Prerequisite: 520 and 530 and 517 and 518.
Restriction: admitted to graduate Counselor Education program.

Instructor Email

jkeim@unm.edu

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26715 COUN 577.001 3 Substance Use & Abuse SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Goodrich, Kristopher ARR ARR Online

COUN 577.001 Substance Use & Abuse

Catalog Description

This course is designed to provide an overview of the biological, psychological, and social factors contributing to substance use, abuse, and dependency. Assessment, diagnosis, treatment planning, and the role of the counselor will be discussed. Prerequisite: 510 and 517 and 518 and 576 and 584.

Instructor Email

kgoodric@unm.edu

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24301 COUN 581.001 3 Sexuality in Counseling and Psychotherapy SU 17 Second Half Term: 07/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Goodrich, Kristopher ARR ARR Online

COUN 581.001 Sexuality in Counseling and Psychotherapy

Catalog Description

Broadly based examination of psychological, biological and social aspects of sexuality with emphasis on the professional’s own values, attitudes and knowledge in working with clients with sexual concerns and problems.

Instructor Email

kgoodric@unm.edu

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Dance
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
26353 DANC 105.003 3 Dance Appreciation
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SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Velasco, Melissa ARR ARR Online

DANC 105.003 Dance Appreciation

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The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

A lecture and discussion course introducing the study of dance as technique, spectacle and ritual for today’s audience. Course fee required.

Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area V: Humanities and Fine Arts (NMCCN 1113).

Instructor Email

birdvelasco@gmail.com

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Dental Hygiene
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
21312 DEHY 400.001 3 Current Issues in Dental Hygiene SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Nathe, Christine ARR ARR Online

DEHY 400.001 Current Issues in Dental Hygiene

Catalog Description

In depth discussions focusing on current issues facing the dental hygiene discipline.

Restriction: DH majors only.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will be optional.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

cnathe@salud.unm.edu

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25904 DEHY 407.002 3 Problems SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Nathe, Christine ARR ARR Online

DEHY 407.002 Problems

Catalog Description

Topical research and new procedures that cannot be accommodated in the regular dental hygiene curriculum. Hours arranged.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will be optional.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

cnathe@salud.unm.edu

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22302 DEHY 410.001 3 Dental Hygiene Research Methodology SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Nathe, Christine ARR ARR Online

DEHY 410.001 Dental Hygiene Research Methodology

Catalog Description

Developing of research in regard to special areas in dental hygiene with emphasis on writing reports.

Restriction: DH majors only.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will be optional.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

cnathe@salud.unm.edu

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11979 DEHY 440.001 3 Extramural Experience SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Nathe, Christine ARR ARR Online

DEHY 440.001 Extramural Experience

Catalog Description

Provides the student with the opportunity to achieve educational and clinical skills and in depth knowledge in various dental care delivery systems. Prerequisite DEHY 422. DH Majors Only

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will be optional.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

cnathe@salud.unm.edu

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22952 DEHY 500.001 3 Current Issues in Dental Hygiene SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Nathe, Christine ARR ARR Online

DEHY 500.001 Current Issues in Dental Hygiene

Catalog Description

In depth discussions focusing on current issues facing the dental hygiene discipline.

Restriction: DH majors only.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will be optional.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

cnathe@salud.unm.edu

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18894 DEHY 504.001 3 Dental Hygiene Internship SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Logothetis, Demetra ARR ARR Online

DEHY 504.001 Dental Hygiene Internship

Catalog Description

DH Majors Only

Instructor Email

Dlogothetis@salud.unm.edu

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11981 DEHY 507.001 3 Problems SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Logothetis, Demetra ARR ARR Online

DEHY 507.001 Problems

Catalog Description

Topical research and new procedures that cannot be accommodated in the regular dental hygiene curriculum.
Restriction: DH majors only.

Instructor Email

Dlogothetis@salud.unm.edu

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22118 DEHY 560.003 3 Nonthesis Project SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Nathe, Christine ARR ARR Online

DEHY 560.003 Nonthesis Project

Catalog Description

DH Majors Only

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will be optional.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

cnathe@salud.unm.edu

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11982 DEHY 599.001 3 Dental Hygiene Thesis SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Aboytes, Diana ARR ARR Online

DEHY 599.001 Dental Hygiene Thesis

Catalog Description

Continuation of research, culminating in Master's Degree Thesis. The student is responsible for following procedures of the Office of Graduate Studies. Offered on a CR/NC basis only. DH Majors Only.

Instructor Email

DAboytes@salud.unm.edu

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Earth and Planetary Sciences
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
26400 EPS 101.001 3 How the Earth Works- An Introduction to Geology SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Pun, Aurora ARR ARR Online

EPS 101.001 How the Earth Works- An Introduction to Geology

Catalog Description

A fascinating tour of our active planet. Explores earth materials (rocks and minerals), the continents' motions and related origins of earthquakes, volcanoes, mountain building, oceans, landscapes, natural energy and economic resources, global warming and other topics. Students are encouraged but not required to enroll concurrently in 105L.

Detailed Course Description

This course is about understanding how our planet works. We’ll learn about how the plates shift and move, causing earthquakes, volcanoes, and the formation of mountains. We’ll also learn about minerals, rocks, Earth’s interior, how rocks fold and break, how rivers work and lots of other interesting things about the workings of Earth.

Course Learning Objectives:
• The goals of this course are to learn skills such as using the scientific method, making observations, and critically evaluating information through the study of geology. This will include gathering basic knowledge of geology, comprehending fundamental concepts, applying your knowledge, analyzing materials and data, synthesizing and evaluating geologic (scientific) information (e.g., making and reading graphs, assessing and evaluating data, determining the problem and deciding how to solve it)

• Using your skills, you will learn about Earth materials - minerals, rocks, soil, etc.; geologic time; plate tectonics, interior of Earth; surficial landscapes - wind, water, mass movements, etc.
• Appreciation of the dynamic Earth

General Student Learning Outcomes (GSLO):
• Solve problems scientifically, by using observation, assessing information, constructing and evaluating hypotheses
• Communicate about science by making and reading graphs, assessing and evaluating data, synthesizing problems, proposing solutions

Specific Student Learning Outcomes (SLO):
1. By evaluating a set of data, you will define a problem, pose a hypothesis, and describe how the hypothesis can be tested.
2. You will be able to state the age of Earth and describe how geologists measure absolute rock ages by radioactive decay.
3. You will be able to determine the relative order in which a series of geologic events occurred by applying the concepts of relative dating.
4. You will be able to describe the compositional (crust, mantle, core) and mechanical (lithosphere, asthenosphere, outer core, inner core) layers that exist in Earth.
5. You will be able to explain why continental crust is at a higher elevation than the oceanic crust.
6. You will be able to describe the three main rock types (igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic) and how they form in the context of the rock cycle.
7. You will be able to explain the evidence for the plate tectonic processes that occur at each of the three types of plate boundaries.
8. You will be able to describe the geologic processes involved in formation and concentration of a significant geologic resource (examples include fossil fuels and metals).
9. You will be able to describe the processes that are responsible for specific geologic hazards (e.g., earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, mass movement, flooding, etc.).

The course is set up in a learning activity sequence. As the student, you read the material, apply the concepts and theories using the assignments, and then check to see if you understand the material. Finally, you are assessed with an exam. You will be assigned quizzes to encourage you to do your reading; provided assignments to help you to apply and evaluate your understanding of the material presented; and assigned a learning check (end of chapter assessment) to see if you understand the material. You can participate in a few optional discussions to help you engage with the material and your fellow students. This is all followed by an exam. So, the order for you is do the reading, take the reading quiz, watch the videos (or watch the videos before the reading quiz), complete the assignments, participate in optional discussion, then lastly, take the learning check. This sequence will help you prepare for the exams.

Success in this online course will require that students be very self-motivated, good with time-management, and like highly structured coursework. There are lots of small items due every week at a very fast pace, as compared to a major project or a long writing assignment. Students will need to have good reading comprehension and enjoy learning material on their own. This online version of this class will probably be more challenging than the face to face version.

Textbooks and Materials

The textbook for this course is "How Does Earth Work? 2nd Edition, by Gary A. Smith and Aurora Pun (Pearson). ISBN: 978-0-13-6000368-7

It can be bought in either soft paperback or electronic from Pearson- http://www.mypearsonstore.com/bookstore/how-does-earth-work-physical-geology-and-the-process-0136003680

It can also be found at other online dealers and the UNM Bookstore. The text is what is necessary, the companion website is OPTIONAL (not required).

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

apun@unm.edu

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Economics
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
22166 ECON 105.003 3 Introductory Macroeconomics SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Dixon, Dave ARR ARR Online

ECON 105.003 Introductory Macroeconomics

Catalog Description

Economics on a national scale: determination of national income, employment level, inflation and impact of policies affecting money supply, interest rates and government programs. Current macroeconomic issues and problems. (Prerequisite for most upper-division courses).

Detailed Course Description

This online course provides an introduction to macroeconomics - the branch of economics that covers economy-wide issues. In general, the course covers 4 main topic areas – an introduction to economics, macroeconomic foundations and long-run economics, short-run economics, and an analysis of monetary and fiscal policy and how such policies affect the aggregate economy. Therefore, students will study the determination of national income, employment level, inflation, economic growth, and the impact of policies affecting the money supply, interest rates, and government programs. Importantly, parts of this course will be dedicated to analyzing current macroeconomic issues and exploring real-time macroeconomic data as they pertain to each lesson.

After successful completion of this course, students ought to be able to:
1) Define scarcity and how it relates to economics.
2) Discuss how the allocation of resources depends on the structure of the economy.
3) Describe what a market is and explain (in words and graphically) how the market mechanism works.
4) Graph the model of supply and demand; and apply it to predict how different forces affect markets.
5) Define commonly used macroeconomic indicators such as GDP, unemployment, and inflation.
6) List the sources of long-run economic growth; use these to explain why countries differ.
7) Apply the model of aggregate demand and aggregate supply to explain short-run economic fluctuations and price level changes.
8) Compare and contrast macroeconomic policies of the U.S. Fed with those of the U.S. government.
9) Apply the model of aggregate demand and aggregate supply to examine the short-run and long-run economic outcomes of monetary and fiscal policy.
10) Interpret macroeconomic data, graphs, and table; be able to proficiently discuss current macroeconomic news.

Syllabus and schedule can be found at:
http://www.unm.edu/~ddixon/classes/

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Principles of Macroeconomics by OpenStax. It is free for download. Print copies are available for around $30 from either the bookstore or the publisher. For free download, go to https://open.umn.edu/opentextbooks/BookDetail.aspx?bookId=192. No other materials required.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used for this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used for this course.

Instructor Email

ddixon@unm.edu

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22167 ECON 106.003 3 Introductory Microeconomics
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ECON 106.003 Introductory Microeconomics

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The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

Exploration of individual consumer behavior, production decisions by the firm and supply and demand relationships in the marketplace. Examination of the international dimension of production and consumption choices. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area IV: Social/Behavioral Sciences (NMCCN 2123). (Prerequisite for most upper-division courses.)

Detailed Course Description

This is a fully online course for introductory microeconomics - the branch of economics that examines individual, household and firm-level decision-making under scarcity. Because this is an introductory course, we’re going to examine many different yet interesting topics. We begin by analyzing why trade is good and introducing the demand and supply framework. We then use this framework to understand economic efficiency and how government regulation can change market outcomes. Then, we move on to explain how firms make decisions to maximize profit, and look at how this changes under different market structures including perfect competition and monopoly. We end the course by applying what we’ve learned by looking at some special topics in microeconomics, time permitting - externalities and corrective measures, international trade and trade policy, and income distribution, poverty, and the welfare state.

Textbooks and Materials

Required:
1. Reliable and consistent high-speed internet access.

2. Textbook and MyEconLab® (MEL) The required textbook for this course is Microeconomics (6th edition) by Hubbard and O’Brien and the required online homework site is MyEconLab (MEL).

You have three options for purchasing from the UNM bookstore:
(1) ($120) Purchase the “ebook package” which includes the e-text and MEL access code
(2) ($190) Purchase the “student value edition” which includes the unbound text, e-text, and MEL access code)
(3) ($270) Purchase the “regular package” which includes the bound text, e-text, and MEL access code

*You can also just purchase the "MEL without Pearson eText -- Instant Access" for $65, ISBN-13: 978-0-13-412591-6. However, you are responsible for finding an older edition of the text or a related text to supplement the course (e.g., rent or find one on Amazon). Website for the instant MEL access as of 3/20/17: http://www.mypearsonstore.com/bookstore/myeconlab-without-pearson-etext-instant-access-for-0134125916

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

creiser@unm.edu

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Education
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
26356 EDUC 183.001 3 Introduction To Education In New Mexico SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Toledo, William ARR ARR Online

EDUC 183.001 Introduction To Education In New Mexico

Catalog Description

An exploration of contemporary issues around diversity, culture, and education in New Mexico. The course is of special interest to students considering a teaching career. Projects in schools and/or community sites are part of requirements.

Instructor Email

toledow@unm.edu

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25301 EDUC 330L.001 3 Teaching of Reading SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Welch-Mooney, Irene ARR ARR Online

EDUC 330L.001 Teaching of Reading

Catalog Description

Study of reading process for emergent and intermediate readers focusing on: cueing systems, assessment, family and community contexts, language, culture and instruction in individual and small group settings. Lab includes supervised tutoring and discussion group.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

1. Title: Creating Literacy Instruction for All Students
Author: Gunning, Thomas G.
ISBN # 10: 0-13-384657-1
Chapters 1-5
Note: Chapters 6-13 correspond with the 2nd reading methods course, EDUC 331L/531.

2. Title: Amelia's Road
Author: Altman, Linda Jacobs
ISBN # 1-880000-27-x
Children's Book

Additional readings will be provided within LEARN.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

iwelch@unm.edu

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26688 EDUC 438.001 3 Techng Read Writ Content Field SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Pence, Lucretia ARR ARR Online

EDUC 438.001 Techng Read Writ Content Field

Catalog Description

Course explores issues of literacy development(i.e. reading, writing, listening and speaking) across core content areas of school curriculum. Required in secondary teacher education for all content specialization areas. Restriction: permission of the department.

Restriction: permission of the department.

Instructor Email

ppence@unm.edu

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25901 EDUC 500.002 3 Research Applications to Education SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Lim, Woong ARR ARR Online

EDUC 500.002 Research Applications to Education

Catalog Description

An exploration of the forms of research in teaching and learning. Students have opportunities to identify types of research and determine the significance of the conclusions of research.

Detailed Course Description

This course is designed primarily for graduate students and covers basic research methods. Students will have an opportunity to refine research questions and conduct a literature review.

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing is not mandatory and will be available upon request.

Testing

Instead of final exams, this course has final projects.

Instructor Email

woonglim@unm.edu

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26354 EDUC 502.002 3 Advanced Instructional Strategies SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Torres-Velásquez, Diane ARR ARR Online

EDUC 502.002 Advanced Instructional Strategies

Catalog Description

Exploration of accomplished teaching through study, practice and inquiry. Subject matter pedagogy and the diversity of pathways for learning, assessment and special needs in instruction are addressed.

Detailed Course Description

This is a class on strategies that you can use as a teacher to help learning occur and stick. A key component of this class is equity and equal status. No two individuals learn exactly the same, have the same strengths or the same needs. In this class, you will learn how to plan strategies that match your curricular goals and student strengths and needs.

Three tightly linked key elements of instruction are content, process, and product as well as learning environment and affect (Tomlinson, 1999). Content is often what we refer to as the curriculum. Content is what you, as a student, should come to know, understand, and be able to do as a result of this course as well as the vehicles through which you gain access to those ideas and skills. Process is how, you as a student, go about making sense of ideas and information and remembering them. Product is the output, how you will demonstrate what you have learned and how you will act upon your learning. By the end of this course you should have a sound repertoire of instructional theories and strategies, knowledge of when and why to use these strategies and how to adapt these strategies to better meet the needs of your students.

Textbooks and Materials

THREE TEXTBOOKS ARE REQUIRED:
Joyce, B., Weil, M., & Calhoun, E. (2015). Models of teaching. 9th edition. Boston: Pearson. ISBN 978-0-13-374930-4

Tomlinson, C. (2001) How to differentiate instruction in mixed-ability classrooms. 2nd edition. Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. ISBN 0-87120-512-2

Grant, C. A. (2009). Teach! Change! Empower! Solutions for closing the achievement gap. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin/Sage ISBN 978-1-4129-7649-7


THREE TEXTBOOKS ARE OPTIONAL:

American Psychological Association. (2009). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.). Washington, DC: Author. ISBN 1-4338-0561-8 (Please Note: The TEELP office has APA manuals that you are allowed to borrow over the semester. Please contact Mary at 277-9439 or mgurule@unm.edu)

Brown, P. C., Roediger III, H. L. & McDaniel, M. A. (2014). Make it stick: The science of successful learning. Cambridge, MA: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press. ISBN 978-0-674-72901-8

Featherstone, H., Crespo, S., Jilk, L. M., Oslund, J. A., Parks, A. N. & Wood, M. B. (2011). Smarter together: Collaboration and equity in the elementary math classroom. Reston, VA: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM). ISBN 978-0-87353-656-1

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used.

Instructor Email

vlasquez@unm.edu

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25902 EDUC 542.003 3 Principles of Curriculum Development SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Torres-Velásquez, Diane ARR ARR Online

EDUC 542.003 Principles of Curriculum Development

Catalog Description

Focuses on issues of curriculum (K-12) from formal aspects of goals setting and planning to implicit issues of politics, culture and ideology.

Detailed Course Description

Three tightly linked key elements of curriculum are content, process, and product as well as learning environment and affect (Tomlinson, 1999). Content is what you, as a student, should come to know, understand, and be able to do as a result of this course as well as the vehicles through which you gain access to those ideas and skills. Process is how, you as a student, go about making sense of ideas and information. Product is the output, how you will demonstrate what you have learned. By the end of this course you should have a sound foundation of principles that guide curriculum, curriculum planning and ways in which to design curriculum focused on learners.

If, at any time, you feel as though I have made a mistake in my assessment of your work, or in any type of assignment/activity given to you please come and talk with me or contact me. I can learn more about you from you than by my assessments alone. The same applies to questions when you are assigned work in this class. I won't know that you have a question, unless you ask. Additionally, this course is an online course; therefore, a minimum comfort level of computer skills and keyboarding is necessary. If for any reason, you find yourself needing technology assistance, please let me know. You can also contact UNM Learn Technical Support at (505) 277-0857 or at learn@unm.edu


COURSE OBJECTIVES
Each objective is coded to the Understandings (U), Practices (P), and Professional Identities (PI) that students will strive for in reaching these objectives. In addition, each objective is coded to one or more of the New Mexico Level III Competencies (NMTC). Students in this course will:

Students will know:
• Definition(s) of curriculum [P 1-3, NMTC 1]
• “Types” of curriculum [P 1-3]

Students will understand:
• How curriculum is developed [U4, P1-5, NMTC 4]
• Issues and trends that impact curriculum [U4, P1-5]

Students will be able to do:
• Develop and write a critical paper on a curricular issue [U2, P3, NMTC 2 & 8]
• Design/redesign a curriculum unit based upon a theory of education and curriculum principles [U4,P1-5, NMTC 1,2,8]
• Evaluate curriculum [U4,P1-5, NMTC 1 & 8]

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

American Psychological Association. (2010). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.). Washington, DC: Author.
ISBN 978-1-4338-0561-5.

Connelly, F. M & Clandinin, D. J. (1988). Teachers as curriculum planners: Narratives of experience. New York, NY: Teachers College Press.

Wiggins, G. & McTighe, J. (2005). Understanding by design. Expanded 2nd edition. Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum
Development. ISBN 1-4166-0035-3.

Grant, C. A. (2009). Teach! Change! Empower!: Solutions for closing the achievement gaps. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin/Sage. (ISBN 978-1-4129-7648-0)

Additional course materials will be provided in pdf on the UNM Learn class site.

Face to Face Meetings

There will be an optional face to face meeting.

We will have one field trip to the Wemagination Center during the summer. It is highly recommended that you participate in this two-hour field trip.

4010 Copper Ave NE, Albuquerque, NM 87108
https://we.unm.edu

Web Conferencing

There will be two optional web conferences (with alternative assignment and points assigned).

Instructor Email

vlasquez@unm.edu

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25903 EDUC 552.004 3 Social Justice in Education SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Roberts-Harris, Deborah 6/8,6/22,7/6,7/27 1800 - 2000 Online

EDUC 552.004 Social Justice in Education

Catalog Description

Exploration of complex social justice issues and pedagogical responses. Focuses on knowledge and skills teachers need to integrate principles of social justice fully into classroom curriculum and instruction.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

1. Readings for Social Justice and Diversity 3rd edition
Adams, Blemenfeld, Castenada, Hackman, Peters and Zuniga 2013
ISBN 978-0-415-89294-0
2. Is everyone really equal? Sensor and DiAngelo, 2012
ISBN978-0-8077-5269-2
3. Why Race and Culture Matter in Schools? 2010 Tyrone C Howard
ISBN 978-0-8077-5071-1
4. We Can't Teach What We Don't Know: White Teachers, Multiracial Schools, 2006 Gary Howard
ISBN 0-8077-4655-7

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

drober02@unm.edu

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25905 EDUC 563.002 3 Mentoring Educators for Professional Growth SU 17 Second Half Term: 07/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Krebs, Marjori ARR ARR Online

EDUC 563.002 Mentoring Educators for Professional Growth

Catalog Description

This course is designed for active mentor teachers. Participants are reflective practitioners sharing experiences, issues, and suggestions with other mentor teachers.

Detailed Course Description

This is an online, reflective course focusing on the process of mentoring, along with creating and leading a mentoring program in an educational setting. Students in settings other than education can benefit from this course, but will need to work with the instructor to determine appropriate resources to best support their learning.

As a result of this course, you will learn the personal and professional connections necessary to be a mentor for other adults. Note: Prior knowledge or experience with mentoring is not required.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

mkrebs@unm.edu

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26781 EDUC 590.002 3 Sem: Masters Seminar SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Roberts-Harris, Deborah ARR ARR Online

EDUC 590.002 Sem: Masters Seminar

Catalog Description

For students in the Department of Teacher Education, this course synthesizes course work which has made up a master's degree program. Enhance and develop competence in professional communication, written and oral.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Resources: Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th Edition, and assigned readings.
APA Reference Point Software
http://www.referencepointsoftware.net/indexhtm?gclid=COue9O3-x74CFQmSfgodQ6wAWw
http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/

Web Conferencing

We will meet bi-weekly, or more often if needed. Students will be polled to find a time that works for the majority.

Instructor Email

drober02@unm.edu

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Educational Leadership
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
26285 LEAD 509.002 3 Leadership and Organizational Change SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Secatero, Shawn ARR ARR Online

LEAD 509.002 Leadership and Organizational Change

Catalog Description

Leadership and Organizational Change [Schools as Organizations]
This course, designed as an introduction to the concepts, theories and processes of organizational theory and organizational behavior, will provide prospective education leaders with a better understanding of the way organizations operate.

Instructor Email

ssecater@unm.edu

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Educational Psychology
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
21185 EDPY 310.002 3 Learning in the Classroom
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SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Flowerday, Terri ARR ARR Online

EDPY 310.002 Learning in the Classroom

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Catalog Description

The basic principles of learning, particularly cognition, motivation and assessment, and their application to classroom situations.

Instructor Email

tflower@unm.edu

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Electrical & Computer Engineer
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
23844 ECE 131.001 3 Programming Fundamentals SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Raeisi Nafchi, Amir ARR ARR Online

ECE 131.001 Programming Fundamentals

Catalog Description

Fundamental programming concepts, including consideration of abstract machine models with emphasis on the memory hierarchy, basic programming constructs, functions, parameter passing, pointers and arrays, file I/O, bit-level operations and interfacing to external devices.

Instructor Email

amirorn@unm.edu

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22359 ECE 203.001 3 Circuit Analysis I
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SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Fleddermann, Charles ARR ARR Online

ECE 203.001 Circuit Analysis I

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The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

Basic elements and sources. Energy and power. Ohm's law and Kirchhoff's laws. Resistive networks, node and loop analysis. Network theorems. Fist-order and second-order circuits. Sinusoidal sources and complex representations: impedance, phasors, complex power. Three phase circuits.

Prerequisite: ECE 131 and MATH 163. Pre- or Corequisite: MATH 316 and PHYC 161.

Instructor Email

cbf@unm.edu

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26049 ECE 314.080 3 Signals and Systems SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Elshafiey, Tarief MW 1600-1830 Online

ECE 314.080 Signals and Systems

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: MW
Meeting Times: 1600-1830 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

Continuous and discrete time signals and systems; time and frequency domain analysis of LTI systems, Fourier series and transforms, discrete time Fourier series/transform sampling theorem, block diagrams, modulation/demodulation, filters.

Prerequisite: 213 and MATH 264

Detailed Course Description

The course focuses on the analysis of deterministic signals and an important class of systems known as linear time – invariant (LTI) systems, with practical examples drawn from communication and control systems.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

S. Haykin & B. Veen, Signals and Systems, 2nd Edition, New York:John Wiley. In addition, I will provide handwritten overhead slides that will be posted on learn.

Testing

During the following times all students will sit to take tests and exams.
Test No. 1 Wednesday: 21 June (45 minutes)
Test No. 2 Wednesday: 05 July (45 minutes)
Test No. 3 Wednesday: 19 July (45 minutes)
Final Exam Friday: 28 July 2017, 3:00 – 5:00 pm @ DSH - 132

Instructor Email

telshafiey@unm.edu

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26447 ECE 341.002 3 Introduction to Communication Systems SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Elshafiey, Tarief MW 1200-1430 Online

ECE 341.002 Introduction to Communication Systems

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: MW
Meeting Times: 1200-1430 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

Amplitude/frequency modulation, pulse position/amplitude modulation, probabilistic noise model, AWGN, Rice representation, figure of merit, phase locked loops, digital modulation, introduction to multiple access systems. Prerequisite: ECE 314 and ECE 340.

Detailed Course Description

The course focuses on the analysis of analog and digital communication systems including different modulation techniques. Noise is as a communication systems threat is studied. An introduction to information theory is briefed if the time allow.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

“Principles of Communications” Rodger E. Ziemer & William H. Tranter, Wiley, 6th Ed or 7th Ed. (the weekly plan, the overhead slides, and the homework problems are based on the 6th Ed.) Copy of the problems from 6th Ed will be posted on Learn.

In addition, the overhead slides which is handwritten and prepared by myself will be posted on learn in a weekly basis.

Testing

Test No. 1 Wednesday: 21 June (45 minutes)
Test No. 2 Wednesday: 05 July (45 minutes)
Test No. 3 Wednesday: 19 July (40 minutes)
Final Exam Friday: 28 July 2016, 10:30-12:30 pm @ DSH 132

Instructor Email

telshafiey@unm.edu

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English
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
24467 ENGL 110.001 3 Accelerated Composition SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Raymond, Dalicia ARR ARR Online

ENGL 110.001 Accelerated Composition

Catalog Description

Covers Composition I and II in one semester, focusing on analyzing rhetorical situations and responding with appropriate genres and technologies. Credit not allowed for both ENGL 110 and ENGL 112 or for both ENGL 110 and 113. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area I: Communications

Detailed Course Description

There is no such thing as universally “good writing.” What counts as “good writing” in one situation may be completely inappropriate and ineffective in others. So, if you want to succeed in college and beyond, you’ll need to become an agile writer who can adapt your writing to a wide variety of audiences, contexts, purposes, mediums, and technologies. Therefore, we’ll focus on learning to analyze new situations and respond to them appropriately. Instead of learning one right way of writing, you’ll work on becoming flexible writers who can transfer what you’ve learned in 110 and 120 to new contexts and new genres.

In English 110, you will develop reading and writing skills that will help you with the writing you will do in your own fields of study and other personal and professional contexts. You will learn to analyze rhetorical situations in terms of audience, contexts, purpose, mediums, and technologies and apply this knowledge to your reading and writing. You will also gain an understanding of how writing and other modes of communication (such as visual and audio elements) work together for rhetorical purposes.
You will learn to read complex nonfiction texts and to summarize, interpret, and draw inferences from them. You will conduct research using primary sources (e.g., observations, surveys, or interviews). And you will write in multiple genres, making rhetorical choices according to the purpose of the writing and your audience.

Textbooks and Materials

ENGL 110 online has two books. "Writing Today, 3rd edition, with Revel Access Code" by Johnson-Sheehan is one title. The second book is "English Guide for Composition”, which will be delivered to you electronically, using the Inclusive Access model. Look for an email on June 2, 2017, with your access code and instructions for accessing your book. Under Inclusive Access, you will be given free access to this book during the evaluation period, which is the Add/Drop period. If you are still registered in the course on June 16, 2017, you will be given the opportunity to opt out of the purchase. If you opt out, you will not have to pay for the book, but you will also have your access cut off. All students who remain in the course and who do not opt out will be charged $30.00 to their Bursar accounts. After 6/6/17, you can contact Peg Lewis, Division Manager for Course Materials at the UNM Bookstore, at inclusiveaccess@unm.edu for questions about billing or access to the Inclusive Access book.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

dalicia@unm.edu

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23837 ENGL 120.001 3 Composition III SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Binder, Leandra ARR ARR Online

ENGL 120.001 Composition III

Catalog Description

Focuses on academic writing, research, and argumentation using appropriate genres and technologies. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area I: Communications (NMCCN 1123). (EPW)
Prerequisite: 110 or 112 or 113 or SAT Verbal => 29 or SAT Verbal => 610.

Detailed Course Description

This course may require web conferencing or on campus face to face meetings. Contact your instructor for more information

Textbooks and Materials

ENGL 120 online has two books. "Writing Today, 3rd edition, with Revel Access Code" by Johnson-Sheehan is one title. The second book is "English Guide for Composition”, which will be delivered to you electronically, using the Inclusive Access model. Look for an email on June 2, 2017, with your access code and instructions for accessing your book. Under Inclusive Access, you will be given free access to this book during the evaluation period, which is the Add/Drop period. If you are still registered in the course on June 16, 2017, you will be given the opportunity to opt out of the purchase. If you opt out, you will not have to pay for the book, but you will also have your access cut off. All students who remain in the course and who do not opt out will be charged $30.00 to their Bursar accounts. After 6/6/17, you can contact Peg Lewis, Division Manager for Course Materials at the UNM Bookstore, at inclusiveaccess@unm.edu for questions about billing or access to the Inclusive Access book.

Instructor Email

lbinder@unm.edu

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23836 ENGL 120.002 3 Composition III SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Omran, Doaa ARR ARR Online

ENGL 120.002 Composition III

Catalog Description

Focuses on academic writing, research, and argumentation using appropriate genres and technologies. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area I: Communications (NMCCN 1123). (EPW)
Prerequisite: 110 or 112 or 113 or SAT Verbal => 29 or SAT Verbal => 610.

Detailed Course Description

This course may require web conferencing or on campus face to face meetings. Contact your instructor for more information

Textbooks and Materials

ENGL 120 online has two books. "Writing Today, 3rd edition, with Revel Access Code" by Johnson-Sheehan is one title. The second book is "English Guide for Composition”, which will be delivered to you electronically, using the Inclusive Access model. Look for an email on June 2, 2017, with your access code and instructions for accessing your book. Under Inclusive Access, you will be given free access to this book during the evaluation period, which is the Add/Drop period. If you are still registered in the course on June 16, 2017, you will be given the opportunity to opt out of the purchase. If you opt out, you will not have to pay for the book, but you will also have your access cut off. All students who remain in the course and who do not opt out will be charged $30.00 to their Bursar accounts. After 6/6/17, you can contact Peg Lewis, Division Manager for Course Materials at the UNM Bookstore, at inclusiveaccess@unm.edu for questions about billing or access to the Inclusive Access book.

Instructor Email

domran@unm.edu

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18997 ENGL 219.001 3 Technical and Professional Writing SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Zanders, Crystal ARR ARR Online

ENGL 219.001 Technical and Professional Writing

Catalog Description

Practice in writing and editing of workplace documents, including correspondence, reports and proposals. (EPW)

Prerequisite: 110 or 112 or 113 with a B or better, or 120 with C or better, or ACT=>26 or SAT=>610.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Technical Communications Today 5th Edition
Richard Johnson-Sheehan
ISBN-13: 978-0321996657
ISBN-10: 0321996658

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will be optional.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will be optional.

Instructor Email

cjzanders@unm.edu

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24468 ENGL 219.002 3 Technical and Professional Writing SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Hunnings, Kelly ARR ARR Online

ENGL 219.002 Technical and Professional Writing

Catalog Description

Practice in writing and editing of workplace documents, including correspondence, reports and proposals. (EPW)

Prerequisite: 110 or 112 or 113 with a B or better, or 120 with C or better, or ACT=>26 or SAT=>610.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Technical Communication Today, 6th Edition
Richard Johnson-Sheehan

ISBN 13: 978-0-13-442573-3
ISBN 10: 0-13-442573-1

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will be optional.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will be optional.

Instructor Email

kellyhunnings@unm.edu

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24938 ENGL 224.001 3 Introduction to Creative Writing SU 17 Second Half Term: 07/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Shigekuni, Julie ARR ARR Online

ENGL 224.001 Introduction to Creative Writing

Catalog Description

A beginning course in the writing of fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction. Emphasis on process over product. Introduces issues of craft, workshop vocabulary, strategies for revision, and the habit of reading as a writer. Prerequisite: 101

Detailed Course Description

This month-long intensive course in creative writing will be divided into the study of creative nonfiction, fiction, and poetry. We will spend one week in each genre reading work published in Janet Burroway’s anthology and writing to increase your understanding, and a final week developing a piece of writing in the genre of your choosing. In terms of writing, you will begin by writing about life as you know it based on experience. You will then re-imagine your remembered past into fiction, and go on to produce what Janet Burroway calls “Concrete Significant Details” in a series of poems.

This course is structured to provide a range of methods by which to posit questions and search for answers creatively. Every reading discussion and writing prompt is designed to enable you to explore an element of craft. Online classwork will consist of individual small and large group discussions as well as individual writing experiments and structured workshops.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

You'll need to have the textbook on the first day of class.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

jshig@unm.edu

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26348 ENGL 297.001 3 Later American Litrerature SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Hofer, Matthew ARR ARR Online

ENGL 297.001 Later American Litrerature

Catalog Description

A general survey of American Literature from the mid-19th century to the present.

Detailed Course Description

This course surveys the evolution of American literature from the mid-nineteenth century through the twentieth, with special emphasis on those cultural and social issues frequently associated with modernism as well as modernity. Every week we will discuss at least one major fictional work, a generous selection of influential poems, and also a significant film.

Our study begins with a week on the Civil War that extends to the turn of the twentieth century. From there, we will shift our focus to the growth of the metropolis in the 1910s through the “roaring” 1920s. In week three, we will investigate racial identity in the American “melting pot” with reference to the Harlem Renaissance as well as the Black Arts Movement. Our fourth and final week will be dedicated to the Cold War era and an indigenous, if not insular, sense of what it meant to be an American when the country was one of two viable global superpowers.

The survey introduces many canonical authors whose reputations — if not individual works — you may already know. However, it aims to do so in conjunction with other important American writers who are perhaps, and perhaps unjustly, lesser known. Our month-long survey will center on prose by Sherwood Anderson, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway, Zora Neale Hurston, and J. D. Salinger, poetry by Herman Melville, Walt Whitman, Emily Dickinson, Ezra Pound, Wallace Stevens, Langston Hughes, Countee Cullen, Marianne Moore, Sylvia Plath, and Elizabeth Bishop, and films by Charlie Chaplin, Marian C. Cooper, Orson Welles, and Stanley Kubrick.

There are no prerequisites for this course, and no formal knowledge of literary criticism, history, or theory is required in order to be successful in it.

Textbooks and Materials

Required Texts:
• Sherwood Anderson, Winesburg, Ohio: Text and Criticism (Oxford, 1999)
• F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby (Scribner, 2004)
• Zora Neale Hurston, Their Eyes Were Watching God (HarperPerennial, 2006)
• J. D. Salinger, Nine Stories (Back Bay, 2001)

Recommended:
• Ernest Hemingway, Collected Short Stories (Scribner, 1998)
• Langston Hughes, Collected Poems (Vintage, 1995)
• Elizabeth Bishop, Collected Poems, 1927-1979 (FS&G, 1989)
• Robert Creeley, Collected Poems, 1945-1975 (California, 1982)

Films (purchase or stream):
• Modern Times (dir. Charlie Chaplin, 1936)
• King Kong (dir. Marian C. Cooper, 1933)
• Citizen Kane (dir. Orson Welles, 1941)
• Dr. Strangelove (dir. Stanley Kubrick, 1964)

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

mrh@unm.edu

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26282 ENGL 315.001 3 Interdisciplinary Approaches to Literature
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ENGL 315.001 Interdisciplinary Approaches to Literature

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The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

Combines the study of literature with the study of outside materials from history, sociology or other disciplines. Examples include Religion and Literature, Law and Literature, Literature of the Depression and Medieval Literature and Culture.

Detailed Course Description

The course examines the nature, function, and context of the outlaw and the outlawed (people, spaces, and practices) and their literary representations in American literature. With a brief introduction to early outlawry in American history, the course focuses mainly on nineteenth?century and twentieth?century texts and writers. We will study the transcultural, transgendered and interdisciplinary manifestations and the different literary, political, socio? historical, and media contexts in which the outlaw/ed may be encountered and represented. Topics covered include western stories, frontier conflicts, male subjectivity, sexuality, homosexuality, immigration acts, bodies of law and the outlawed bodies, and passing and identity negotiation.

On completing the course, students will have learned to do literary analyses by applying multiple approaches and will be able to read and write about the outlaws and the representations of the outlaws critically and analytically, demonstrating an understanding of the authors and their works covered in the course in their cultural, historical, and biographical contexts. Requirements include two 6?7?page major papers (typed, double space, no larger than 12 font and usual margins); five short essays; discussion assignments; and a final exam.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Required Textbooks:

• Foucault, Michel. Discipline and Punish: The Birth of the Prison. 2nd ed. New York: Vintage Books, 1995.

• Freire, Paulo. Pedagogy of the Oppressed. New York: Continuum Publishing Company, 1989.

• Gaines, Ernest J. A Lesson Before Dying. New York, Vintage Books, 1993.

• Larsen, Nella, Passing: A Critical Edition. Ed. Carla Kaplan. New York: W. W. Norton & Company, 2007.

• Ridge, John Rollin (Yellow Bird). The Life and Adventures of Joaquin Murieta. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1955.

• Ruiz de Burton, María Amparo. The Squatter and the Don Ed. Rosaura Sánchez
and Beatrice Pita. Houston, TX: Arte Publico Press,1997.

• Silko, Leslie Marmon. Storyteller. Penguin, 2012.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

yingxu@unm.edu

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26295 ENGL 354.001 3 Milton SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Greenberg, Marissa ARR ARR Online

ENGL 354.001 Milton

Catalog Description

Comprehensive study of Milton’s poetry and prose with the context of 17th-century history and of Milton criticism. Alternates between focus upon Paradise Lost and shorter poems, and upon Paradise Regained, Samson Agonistes and prose. (LL)

Detailed Course Description

John Milton’s *Paradise Lost* holds a unique place in the history of literature and culture. Milton found inspiration for his retelling of the falls of Satan and Adam and Eve in the Bible and Shakespeare, in science and global encounters, and in the religious and political turmoil of seventeenth-century England. So too modern writers, such as Neil Gaiman and Ursula Le Guin, have found inspiration in Milton’s epic.

The primary goal of this course is to introduce you to *Paradise Lost* and its broad tradition of literary and cultural influence. Through in-depth reading of Milton's epic alongside some of its adaptations, we will explore early modern and modern characterizations of heavenly and earthly beings, the themes of free will, temptation, and virtue, and poetic invention.

You will participate in small-group discussions of Milton's engagement with the pressing issues of his day, including theology, gender, politics, and race and ethnicity. You will also write short papers on adaptations of *Paradise Lost,* culminating in an adaptation of your own. Other elements of this fully online course include brief lectures and reading quizzes

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

• John Milton, Paradise Lost (Oxford World's Classics) (Oxford UP). ISBN: 978-0199535743. Optional.

• Ronald Johnson, Radi Os (Flood Editions). ISBN: 978-0974690247. Required.

• Ursula LeGuin, Birthday of the World and Other Stories (Harper Perennial). ISBN: 978-0060509064. Required.

Web Conferencing

To accommodate students' complex schedules, office hours will be held at students' request and through any of the following applications: UNM Learn Web Conferencing, Skype, and Google Hangout. Prof. Greenberg will make every effort to accommodate requests for meetings during regular business hours. Contact Prof. Greenberg by email (marissag@unm.edu) at least 24 hours advance of your preferred day/time to meet.

Instructor Email

marissag@unm.edu

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25538 ENGL 420.001 3 T: Travel Writing SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Benz, Stephen ARR ARR Online

ENGL 420.001 T: Travel Writing

Catalog Description

Advanced study of professional writing theory and practice. Recent topics have included creative non-fiction, hypertext and advanced technical writing.

Detailed Course Description

Maybe you've enjoyed travel articles in magazines like National Geographic or Smithsonian and thought you’d like to try writing in a similar vein. This class will help get you started. We'll explore the elements that make for a good travel story: sense of voice, development of character, and the evocation of telling details. Travel writing is a rich and versatile genre, embracing a multitude of topics and forms. A travel story may concern spiritual awakening, cultural encounter, politics, anthropology, science, nature, food, philosophy—you name it. The journey motif is embedded deep in the human psyche. It enriches stories, poems, memoirs, essays—even scripture. In fact, the oldest storytelling we know about concerns travel and travelers. Gilgamesh. Odysseus. Moses. Aeneas. For centuries, storytellers have turned again and again to travel for inspiration. Now, it’s your turn. During this 8-week summer course, you will have the opportunity to write several types of travel articles/stories, including blogs, review articles, informative articles, and personal essays. Readings from accomplished travel writers will serve as models. You will also have the chance to share your work with your peers through an online discussion board.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Lonely Planet's Guide to Travel Writing (3rd edition), Don George, ISBN-10: 1743216882
Students can use 2nd edition if they wish.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

sbenz@unm.edu

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Fine Arts
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
24981 FA 365.001 3 Social Media Arts Marketing SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Rhien, Paul ARR ARR Online

FA 365.001 Social Media Arts Marketing

Catalog Description

Emphasis on developing a Web presence and using social media tools for arts marketing and promotion. Real world projects and case discussions will assist in understanding social media marketing practices and strategies.

Detailed Course Description

Emphasis on developing a web presence and using social media tools for arts marketing and promotion. Real world projects and case discussions will assist in understanding social media marketing practices, strategies, and current trends.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Required Textbook: Social Media Strategy: Marketing and Advertising in the Consumer Revolution by Keith A. Quesenberry (ISBN: 1442251530)

Other course materials - including required readings of web articles - will be provided.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Participation in "open office hour" web conferencing sessions with the instructor are optional.

Instructor Email

paulrhien@unm.edu

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Geography
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
25371 GEOG 101.001 3 Home Planet: Land Water Life SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Wiley, Cody ARR ARR Online

GEOG 101.001 Home Planet: Land Water Life

Catalog Description

World geography; physical elements. Use of maps and globes for a systematic analysis of world climates, vegetation, soils and landforms and their distribution, interrelation and significance to humans. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area III: Science.

Detailed Course Description

Geography 101 introduces the study of the Earth’s biophysical environment. In this class, you will learn to identify and describe the biophysical geographic patterns that exist across the Earth’s surface, and to explain the processes that help create these patterns. You will also learn about the interaction of human activities with the Earth’s surface, water bodies, atmosphere and biosphere. Understanding the patterns and processes of physical geography is crucial to evaluating how human activities have altered, and will continue to alter, the Earth’s natural resources, as well as how we can more sustainably manage natural resources for our future.

Objectives:
--Identify the basic atmospheric, geological, hydrological, and biological processes that shape Earth’s landscapes.
--Explain physical geographic variation across the Earth’s surface over time.
--Identify and analyze the current and historical physical processes responsible for shaping specific landscapes.
--Use spatial identification systems and geographic technology to locate specific physical features on Earth’s surface.

Each module includes readings, a quiz, and discussion and "places" assignments. Discussions cover a variety of topics, including science, current events, policy and technology issues, and more. For "places", you will choose a place you are interested in and apply the class topics (such as climate, geology, or ecology) to learn more about that place and share it with the class.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Required text online (free) at: http://www.earthonlinemedia.com/ebooks/tpe_3e/title_page.html

Required atlas available at the bookstore: Goode's World Atlas 23e, ISBN 978-0-13-386464-9

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

cwiley@unm.edu

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25372 GEOG 102.001 3 People and Place
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SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Wiley, Cody ARR ARR Online

GEOG 102.001 People and Place

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The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

World geography; human elements. A systematic analysis of world population, demographic factors, ethnic groups, predominant economies and political units and their distribution, interrelation and interaction with the physical earth.

Detailed Course Description

This class introduces several topics in Human Geography, including populations, political geography, culture, development, economics, and natural resources among others.

Objectives:
• Apply core geographic concepts to analyze the spatial patterns demonstrated in a real-world scenario.
• Identify the relationships that influence human-environment interaction in a specific location at a specific time.
• Identify and analyze the geographic context of a current event or conflict.
• Identify a current event that illustrates a core geographic concept.

Each class module includes reading and other materials, a quiz, and assignments, including discussions and "places" posts. Discussions cover topics related to the module's subject. For the "places" assignments, you will choose a place you are interested in and apply the topics to learn more about that place and share it with the class.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Required: Contemporary Human Geography 3e, James M. Rubenstein, ISBN 978-0-321-99901-6
Optional: Goodes World Atlas 23e, ISBN 978-0-13-386464-9 or another atlas

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

cwiley@unm.edu

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Health Education
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
25706 HED 477.001 3 Stress Management SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Boyle, Angelica ARR ARR Online

HED 477.001 Stress Management

Catalog Description

Deals with multiple causes of stress and its resolutions. Emphasizes chief stressors of adults, self-responsibility for change, holistic approach, emotional/mental methods of stress reduction

Detailed Course Description

This course deals with multiple causes of stress and its resolutions, emphasizing chief stressors of adults, self-responsibility for change, holistic approach, and various methods of stress reduction. Student will be able to understand the physical, emotional, and mental conceptualizations of stress; analyze and enhance coping strategies and reactions to stress; demonstrate how stress is reduced through physical activity, breath, relaxation techniques; evaluate stress reduction techniques; develop a personal action plan to reduce and eliminate stress; and compare and contrast knowledge from the textbook chapters in groups. This online course is interactive and consists of a weekly journal, discussions, group work, video uploads using UNM Learn Kaltura Media (instructions are provided), a final action plan, exams and of course the fun stress management techniques/exercises you will complete along the way. *You also get to watch your favorite funny movie in this course! Be provided with the tools needed to combat stress for good.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Seaward, B. L., Essentials of Managing Stress, 4th Edition Jones and Bartlett Publishers, Inc. (2017), 9781284101508.

Please make sure and purchase the 4th edition as previous editions do not include all the exercises.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

akozicki@unm.edu

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25707 HED 577.001 3 Stress Management SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Boyle, Angelica ARR ARR Online

HED 577.001 Stress Management

Catalog Description

Explores multiple causes of stress and its resolutions. Emphasizes chief stressors of adults, self-responsibility for change, holistic approach, emotional/mental methods of stress reduction.

Detailed Course Description

This course deals with multiple causes of stress and its resolutions, emphasizing chief stressors of adults, self-responsibility for change, holistic approach, and various methods of stress reduction. Student will be able to understand the physical, emotional, and mental conceptualizations of stress; analyze and enhance coping strategies and reactions to stress; demonstrate how stress is reduced through physical activity, breath, relaxation techniques; evaluate stress reduction techniques; develop a personal action plan to reduce and eliminate stress; and compare and contrast knowledge from the textbook chapters in groups. This online course is interactive and consists of a weekly journal, discussions, group work, video uploads using UNM Learn Kaltura Media (instructions are provided), a final action plan, a graduate research paper, exams and of course the fun stress management techniques/exercises you will complete along the way. *You also get to watch your favorite funny movie in this course! Be provided with the tools needed to combat stress for good.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Seaward, B. L., Essentials of Managing Stress, 4th Edition Jones and Bartlett Publishers, Inc. (2017), 9781284101508.

Please make sure and purchase the 4th edition as previous editions do not include all the exercises.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

akozicki@unm.edu

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History
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
25511 HIST 101.001 3 Western Civilization to 1648 SU 17 Open Learning: 06/05/2017 - 07/14/2017 Steen, Charlie ARR ARR Online

HIST 101.001 Western Civilization to 1648

Catalog Description

Ancient times to 1648. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core.

Instructor Email

csteen@unm.edu

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26292 HIST 102.001 3 Western Civilization Post 1648 SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Winchester, Ian ARR ARR Online

HIST 102.001 Western Civilization Post 1648

Catalog Description

1648 to present.

Instructor Email

iwinches@unm.edu

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Lang, Literacy & Sociocult St
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
26661 LLSS 537.002 3 International Literature for Young People SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Sung, Yoo Kyung ARR ARR Online

LLSS 537.002 International Literature for Young People

Catalog Description

Seminar surveys international literature for children and young adults, and explores its use in classrooms to build intercultural understanding and global awareness. Texts are critically examined in light of sociopolitical, cultural, and translational issues. Prerequisite: LLSS 443 or LLSS 544 or EMLS 451 or EMLS 551.

Detailed Course Description

This course focuses on global children’s and adolescent literature and the issues that surround this literature. We will begin by examining our understandings of our cultural identities, definitions of global literature, and reading globally. We will explore the global literature that is available in the United States as well as the international literature published in different parts of the world for children and adolescents. We will examine the trends and the sociopolitical issues that surround this literature and discuss ways to integrate global literature to build intercultural understandings and global perspectives. Within this course, our goal is to form a community of readers in which diverse, even opposing, readings of books are welcomed. Our focus is not on whether individual interpretations are "right" but on critiquing the cultural worlds of books and our response to books through inquiring into how our differing understandings are socially and culturally constructed. Your participation in discussions and engagements is crucial to the success of the course.

Textbooks and Materials

You will purchase listed books at UNM Bookstore or your personal choices like Amazon or other bookstores.

Rose Blanche by Roberto Innocenti
When My Name Was Keoko by Linda Sue PArk

Novel: Never Fall Down ( McCormick, 2012).
Picture Book: A Song for Cambodia (Lord, 2008)

One of the following translated books:

Killers’ Tears, Anne-Laure Bondoux
Mister Orange by Truus Matti
The Shadows of Ghadames, by Joelle Stolz
A Time of Miracles, Anne-Laure Bondoux
The Friends, Kazumi Yumoto
Nine Open Arms by Benny Lindelauf

One of the following books:I Love I Hate I Miss My Sister by Sarn, Amelie
My Sister Lives on the Mantelpiece by Pitcher, Annabel
Wanting Mor by Khan, Rukhsana
Rebels by Accident by Dunn, Patricia
Watched by Budhos, Marina
The Bone Sparrow by Fraillon, Zana

Day of Ahmed’s Secret (1995) by Florence Parry Hide – picture book
One of the Moribito Series by Nahoko Uehashi

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing is optional.

The instructor can talk with you on Thursdays depending on schedules.

Instructor Email

yookyung@unm.edu

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26352 LLSS 538.001 3 Teaching Reading through the Content Field SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Pence, Lucretia ARR ARR Online

LLSS 538.001 Teaching Reading through the Content Field

Catalog Description

Course explores issues of literacy development (i.e., reading, writing, listening and speaking) across core content areas of the school curriculum. Required in secondary teacher education for all content specialization areas.

Instructor Email

ppence@unm.edu

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Law
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
26463 LAW 593.006 3 T: Legal Research SU 17 Open Learning: 05/30/2017 - 07/28/2017 Laws, Jennifer ARR ARR Online

LAW 593.006 T: Legal Research

Catalog Description

Second and Third Year Course.

Detailed Course Description

This all-online section of Legal Research will cover the same topics as a face-to-face section. The nine week summer format will require a minimum ten hour per week time commitment. In addition to traditional text-based work, the course will require the use of your computer's webcam for regular assignments. If you have questions or concerns, don't hesitate to contact the instructor.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation, 20th edition. ISBN-10: 0692400192

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

There will be opportunities for students to meet with the instructor in a web conferencing format; office hours will commence each Thursday afternoon at 4:30 pm. The office hours web conference will last until 5:30 pm if needed, but will close at 5:00 pm if no students log in prior to that time. Additional web and/or phone conferences are available by appointment.

Testing

Tests to be proctored virtually through UNM Learn. See below for hardware requirements.

You will need:
• Portable web camera OR built-in laptop camera
• Microphone headset OR built-in computer/laptop microphone
• Minimum Internet connection speed of .092 Mbps (.663 Mbps is optimal)
• Minimum recommended RAM of 4GB
• Download of Chrome Browser (free and open)

Instructor Email

laws@law.unm.edu

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Linguistics
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
26544 LING 101.001 3 Introduction to the Study of Language SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Siyavoshi, Sara ARR ARR Online

LING 101.001 Introduction to the Study of Language

Catalog Description

Broad overview of the nature of language: language structure, biology of language, language learning, language and thought, bilingualism, social and regional variation and educational implications. Intended to fulfill breadth requirements in any college. LING 101 and ANTH 110 may not both be counted for credit.

Instructor Email

ssiyavoshi@unm.edu

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Management
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
25392 MGMT 300.001 3 Operations Management SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Kiscaden, Chris ARR ARR Online

MGMT 300.001 Operations Management

Catalog Description

Survey of methods and models for the design, control, and improvement of service and manufacturing systems including project management, product/service design, process analysis, quality improvement, inventory control, capacity scheduling, and Just-In-Time (lean systems).

Prerequisite: STAT 145.

Instructor Email

kiscaden@unm.edu

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23539 MGMT 302.001 1 Accounting Cycle SU 17 Second Half Term: 07/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Tepper, Robert ARR ARR Online

MGMT 302.001 Accounting Cycle

Catalog Description

An examination of accounting cycle topics in a corporation utilizing a web-based artificially intelligent assessment system. Topics include journal entries, transactions effects on accounts, adjusting entries, statement preparation, closing entries, and coverage of merchandising firms.

Detailed Course Description

This course examines the topics that comprise the accounting cycle of a corporation and is web-based utilizing ALEKS, an artificially intelligent assessment and learning system. ALEKS uses adaptive questioning to determine what a student knows and then provides instruction on new topics the student is ready to learn. The topics covered include journal entries, effects of transactions on accounts, adjusting entries, financial statement preparation, closing entries, and coverage of merchandising firms. Students complete topics as needed and progress is tracked on a pie chart. Our hope is that students who show a high level of mastery in ALEKS will have the necessary foundation for success in subsequent financial accounting courses. This course should be of particular benefit to students who plan on taking Financial I or Financial II during Fall 2017 or Spring 2018, particularly if it has been more than one semester since the student completed introductory financial accounting or the student did not perform at a high level in the introductory course (i.e. a final grade of less than an A). Others may find it helpful for CPA exam review or one hour of accounting credit and we welcome all who might benefit from the course.

Textbooks and Materials

ALEKS requires a code which may be purchased online.

Face to Face Meetings

There will be an optional face to face meeting: CPA Exam and Careers in Accounting, W, 7/12/2017, 5:30-7:00 pm; Room DSH 126 (UNM Main Campus); PP slides will be available afterward on UNM Learn for those who cannot attend.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

rjtepper@unm.edu

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19568 MGMT 303.002 3 Managerial Accounting SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Brooks, Ann ARR ARR Online

MGMT 303.002 Managerial Accounting

Catalog Description

Primary emphasis on the role of accounting in the processes of management decision-making for planning and control. Topics include: relevant cost analysis, standard costing and analysis of variances; budgeting and responsibility accounting, planned capital expenditures.

Prerequisite: 202.

Detailed Course Description

Primary emphasis on the role of accounting in the processes of management decision-making for planning and control. Topics include: relevant cost analysis, standard costing and analysis of variances; budgeting and responsibility accounting, planned capital expenditures.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Managerial Accounting, 3rd edition Connect Access Code by Whitecotton, Libby & Phillips, published by McGraw-Hill, 2017.

Access Code comes with an online ebook, so a physical textbook is NOT needed.

Face to Face Meetings

Students can make an appointment with Prof. Brooks for a F2F, phone or web conference meeting.

Testing

Tests to be proctored virtually through UNM Learn. See below for hardware requirements.

You will need:
• Portable web camera OR built-in laptop camera
• Microphone headset OR built-in computer/laptop microphone
• Minimum Internet connection speed of .092 Mbps (.663 Mbps is optimal)
• Minimum recommended RAM of 4GB
• Download of Chrome Browser (free and open)

Instructor Email

brooks@unm.edu

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23519 MGMT 308.003 3 Ethical, Political and Social Environment SU 17 Second Half Term: 07/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Van Buren, Harry ARR ARR Online

MGMT 308.003 Ethical, Political and Social Environment

Catalog Description

The influence of environmental change on the structure and operation of the organization. Social, political, economical, ethical and technological systems are examined as they relate to each other and to the management of small- and large-scale organizations.

Prerequisite: ENGL 102.

Instructor Email

hjvb3@unm.edu

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13206 MGMT 310.001 3 Legal Issues for Managers
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SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Nelson, Amelia ARR ARR Online

MGMT 310.001 Legal Issues for Managers

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The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

A general overview of the legal system and common legal principles. Emphasis on legal topics relevant to business such as contracts and torts. Explores sources of liability and presents strategies to minimize legal risk.

Prerequisite: ENGL 102

Detailed Course Description

Legal Issues for Managers is an introductory law course that provides a general overview of the legal system and an introduction to common legal principles. The course focuses on topics relevant to business including, an introduction to the function of law, criminal and civil law, torts, contracts, business organizations, employment law and ethics. The course will assist students in identifying and understanding the sources of liability and provide strategies to minimize and handle legal risk.

Course objectives:

C1. Compare U.S. sources of law in the Federal and State court systems.
C2. Evaluate forms of dispute resolution in solving various types of legal dispute.
C3. Analyze tort law, focusing on negligence, intentional torts, and strict liability.
C4. Apply rules and techniques of contract law in drafting a contract.
C5. Evaluate contract law related to the performance, breach and remedy options.
C6. Evaluate legal requirements related to business organizations.
C7. Identify employment and labor laws.
C8. Explain the basis of ethics, social and corporate responsibility, ethical application of law, and the relationship between ethics and the law.

Students should expect to spend several (about 10) hours per week on this online course. The summer online course is intense, as the semester (16 weeks) is compacted into just several weeks. Although this is a "nuts and bolts" core course, it will take significant effort to successfully complete the course work. To succeed, students must log into the course regularly, each day of the work week from Sunday to Friday, complete the assigned course work (IRACs, MindTap, and quizzes), read each chapter, engage in class discussion forums.

Textbooks and Materials

MGMT 310 is an Inclusive Access course. Under the Inclusive Access model, you will be given free access to the book during the evaluation period, which is the Add/Drop period. Look for instructions for accessing your course materials from your instructor. If you are still enrolled in the course on June 16, 2017, you will be given the opportunity to opt out of the purchase. If you opt out, you will not have to pay for the book, but you will also have your access cut off. All students who remain in the course and who do not opt out will be charged $83.00 to their Bursar accounts. After 6/5/17, you can contact Peg Lewis, Division Manager for Course Materials at the UNM Bookstore, at inclusiveaccess@unm.edu for questions about billing. Please direct questions about accessing your course materials to your instructor.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

nelson@unm.edu

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21202 MGMT 328.003 3 International Management SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Thomas, Douglas ARR ARR Online

MGMT 328.003 International Management

Catalog Description

Provides an understanding of international operations and of international institutions in the private, not-for-profit and public sectors and of their managerial and environmental problems. Analyzes the structure, functions and decision-making of international organizations.

Prerequisite: ECON 106.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will be optional.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

douglasethomas@unm.edu

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26738 MGMT 398.003 1 Career Management Skills SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Williams, Katherine ARR ARR Online

MGMT 398.003 Career Management Skills

Catalog Description

Develop career management skills to prepare for entrance into the professional job market. Emphasis on cover letters, resumes, interviewing skills, networking, organizing job searches and salary negotiations.

Offered on a CR/NC basis only.

Instructor Email

kwill07@unm.edu

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25393 MGMT 450.001 3 Computer Based Information Systems SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Bose, Ranjit ARR ARR Online

MGMT 450.001 Computer Based Information Systems

Catalog Description

Course presents foundation concepts in Management Information Systems (MIS). Students apply and integrate MIS concepts with those from other management disciplines to analyze, evaluate and present management cases. A variety of software is used.

Prerequisite: 300 and 303 and 306 and 322.

Textbooks and Materials

This section of MGMT 450 is an Inclusive Access course. Under the Inclusive Access model, you will be given free access to the book during the evaluation period, which is the Add/Drop period. Look for instructions for accessing your course materials from your instructor. If you are still enrolled in the course on June 16, 2017, you will be given the opportunity to opt out of the purchase. If you opt out, you will not have to pay for the book, but you will also have your access cut off. All students who remain in the course and who do not opt out will be charged a dollar amount to be determined to their Bursar accounts; this dollar amount will be displayed on the UNM Bookstore website (bookstore.unm.edu) as soon as it is available. After 6/5/17, you can contact Peg Lewis, Division Manager for Course Materials at the UNM Bookstore, at inclusiveaccess@unm.edu for questions about billing. Please direct questions about accessing your course materials to your instructor.

Face to Face Meetings

Instructor will entertain face-to-face meetings with students if they desire.

Face to Face Meetings will be optional for this course. Students can request to schedule face-to-face meeting with the instructor at mutually convenient times/dates.

Web Conferencing

Web Conferencing will be optional for this course. Students can request to schedule Web Conferencing with the instructor at mutually convenient times/dates.

Instructor Email

rbose@unm.edu

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26716 MGMT 450.002 3 Computer Based Information Systems SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Bose, Ranjit ARR ARR Online

MGMT 450.002 Computer Based Information Systems

Catalog Description

Course presents foundation concepts in Management Information Systems (MIS). Students apply and integrate MIS concepts with those from other management disciplines to analyze, evaluate and present management cases. A variety of software is used.

Prerequisite: 300 and 303 and 306 and 322.

Textbooks and Materials

This section of MGMT 450 is an Inclusive Access course. Under the Inclusive Access model, you will be given free access to the book during the evaluation period, which is the Add/Drop period. Look for instructions for accessing your course materials from your instructor. If you are still enrolled in the course on June 16, 2017, you will be given the opportunity to opt out of the purchase. If you opt out, you will not have to pay for the book, but you will also have your access cut off. All students who remain in the course and who do not opt out will be charged a dollar amount to be determined to their Bursar accounts; this dollar amount will be displayed on the UNM Bookstore website (bookstore.unm.edu) as soon as it is available. After 6/5/17, you can contact Peg Lewis, Division Manager for Course Materials at the UNM Bookstore, at inclusiveaccess@unm.edu for questions about billing. Please direct questions about accessing your course materials to your instructor.

Face to Face Meetings

Instructor will entertain face-to-face meetings with students if they desire.

Face to Face Meetings will be optional for this course. Students can request to schedule face-to-face meeting with the instructor at mutually convenient times/dates.

Web Conferencing

Web Conferencing will be optional for this course. Students can request to schedule Web Conferencing with the instructor at mutually convenient times/dates.

Instructor Email

rbose@unm.edu

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26409 MGMT 495.001 3 Managing and Operating Small, Growing Businesses SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Mahto, Raj ARR ARR Online

MGMT 495.001 Managing and Operating Small, Growing Businesses

Catalog Description

Examines principles and knowledge required for efficiently and effectively operating and managing small, growing businesses faced with resource constraints. Semester-long field cases of real businesses are the focus of study.

Prerequisite: ECON 106 and (ENGL 120 or ACT English =>29 or SAT Verbal =>650).

Detailed Course Description

MGMT 495 (Managing and Operating Small, Growing Businesses) is a required course for the undergraduate entrepreneurship concentration. In this course students are exposed to small and new business concepts, principles, and information to help them prepare for a career in such organizations. The primary goal of this course is to equip students with knowledge of the small business domain and help them develop skills to analyze and evaluate common issues and problems encountered in these business entities. After completing the course, students should be independently able to solve small/new business problems utilizing knowledge gained in the class.

An interesting research data on entrepreneurship courses - More than 40 percent of students, who take at least one entrepreneurship course in college, end up launching a company.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Required Textbooks:
SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT: LAUNCHING AND GROWING ENTREPRENEURIAL VENTURES by Longnecker, Petty, Palich & Hoy. You can buy previous edition of the book.

Required Supplementary Materials:
Wall Street Journal. The journal offers many interesting business articles/stories and a useful section for small and entrepreneurial businesses. We will discuss small business and new venture related articles from the journal. (Please check UNM Library for digital access)

Orientation

Your instructor will be sending out an introduction email a day before the semester starts.

Face to Face Meetings

This course does not have face-to-face meetings.

Web Conferencing

This course does not have web conferencing.

Testing

The course will have a mid-term and a final exam.

Instructor Email

rmahto@unm.edu

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19687 MGMT 498.002 3 Strategic Management SU 17 Second Half Term: 07/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Hitzemann, Holly ARR ARR Online

MGMT 498.002 Strategic Management

Catalog Description

Emphasizes the functions of top management. Case studies offer the student an opportunity to develop a habit of administrative thinking as company-wide objectives and policies are formulated and consistent plans and programs are carried into action.

Enrollment normally limited to students in final semester of B.B.A. Program.

Prerequisite: 300 and 303 and 306 and 308 and 310 and 322 and 326 and 328

Textbooks and Materials

This section of MGMT 498 is an Inclusive Access course. Under the Inclusive Access model, you will be given free access to the book during the evaluation period, which is the Add/Drop period. You should be able to access your ebook from your Blackboard UNM Learn account. If you are still enrolled in the course on July 7, 2017, you will be given the opportunity to opt out of the purchase. If you opt out, you will not have to pay for the book, but you will also have your access cut off. All students who remain in the course and who do not opt out will be charged a dollar amount to be determined to their Bursar accounts; this dollar amount will be displayed on the UNM Bookstore website (bookstore.unm.edu) as soon as it is available. After 7/3/17, you can contact Peg Lewis, Division Manager for Course Materials at the UNM Bookstore, at inclusiveaccess@unm.edu for questions about billing. Please direct questions about accessing your course materials to your instructor.

Instructor Email

holly100@unm.edu

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26639 MGMT 511.002 3 Technology Commercialization and the Global Environment SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Gouvea, Raul ARR ARR Online

MGMT 511.002 Technology Commercialization and the Global Environment

Catalog Description

Fundamentals of technology commercialization and international management are covered along with the interconnectivity of the two topics. The course will cover the nature of international competitive markets and how technology commercialization impacts these markets.

Instructor Email

degouvea@mgt.unm.edu

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26640 MGMT 511.101 3 Technology Commercialization and the Global Environment SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Gouvea, Raul ARR ARR Online

MGMT 511.101 Technology Commercialization and the Global Environment

Catalog Description

Fundamentals of technology commercialization and international management are covered along with the interconnectivity of the two topics. The course will cover the nature of international competitive markets and how technology commercialization impacts these markets.

Instructor Email

degouvea@mgt.unm.edu

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20888 MGMT 520.002 3 Operations Management SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Jurkat, Peter ARR ARR Online

MGMT 520.002 Operations Management

Catalog Description

A managerial level examination of operations strategy with emphasis on application of quantitative models as guides to managerial decision making. Includes project management, product and service design, Just-In-Time (lean systems), mass customization, and quality management.

Prerequisite: 501

Detailed Course Description

Course is entirely on line using Blackboard Learn.

Course Expectations
See Schedule for topics and test due dates. Case studies have no specific due date but the semester is only 8 weeks long and any slacking there can become a problem since the last several cases could take some time to complete.

This is a 3 credit course to be taken in 8 weeks. It will be similar to 2 regular courses for a Fall or Spring semester. Students should expect to spend at least a concentrated 8-10 hours per week. Concentrated means no TV, conversation, texting, Twitter, or Facebook while you are working (snacks and soothing music are generally desired).

Collaboration: Collaborative work, such as studying or discussing course assignments and materials with other class members, is highly encouraged and can be facilitated by using the Learn discussion board. I strongly encourage you to form study groups to go over your homework and exams once you have taken and submitted them. Group sign up sheet will be available in the Learn site. Case studies may be submitted by just one member of the group do this.

For each chapter (see schedule) that has a test assigned it will consist of 5-12 questions for which you will have about 30 minutes; you can run over but excessively so may cost points. To help you study for each chapter you should read the text, look at the slides on MyOMLab, and take a Practice Quiz as often as you want. The questions for the Practice Quiz are taken from the same test bank as the ones on the Chapter Test for grade, but not the same questions. Each time you take a test some dozen or so questions are chosen at random from a questions set of up to about 90 questions. If you take the practice test 3 times you have a good chance to see all the topics at least once.

MyOMLab contains a lot of material that could be helpful. A screen shot of the Multimedia Library on MyOMLab is (for the 10th edition but it looks the same as the one for the 12th)

I routinely check Learn for postings or emails daily. You can anticipate a 24 to 48 hour response.

All announcements/changes will be posted in Learn which should appear in the Dashboard: It is the student's responsibility to check Learn often (daily?) for Instructor Announcements. This is where any changes in the schedule and assignments will be posted.

Textbooks and Materials

Resource available from the Campus bookstore and other places include text and access to Pearson MyOMLab, a web site with access to the case study assignments and other material. Instructions for sign up will be available in the Learn site. The site also has access to an electronic version of the text at lower cost than the hard cover or loose leaf text.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Group and individual video Conferences can be arranged by email; instructor will set them up at agreed upon times.

Instructor Email

pjurkat@unm.edu

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13746 MGMT 559.001 3 Law for Accountants
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SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Tepper, Robert ARR ARR Online

MGMT 559.001 Law for Accountants

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Catalog Description

An intensive examination of legal concepts underlying accounting theory and practice, selected topic in contracts, uniform commercial code, debtor-creditor relationships, business associations, government regulation of business property and professional and legal responsibility of accountants.

Prerequisite: MGMT 540

Detailed Course Description

This course explores the legal implications of business transactions as they relate to accounting, auditing, and financial reporting. We will cover various legal topics that now appear on the CPA Exam, primarily in the Regulation (REG) section (Areas I and II of the Blueprint). And we will cover additional topics that those working in accounting should know about. Topics include the uniform commercial code, credit transactions, business structures, government regulation of business, property, and professional and legal responsibility of accountants. Learning to apply the substantive law rules to the facts you are given is a major emphasis of this course — we hope to develop that skill through looking at prior cases, video clips, postings, quiz questions, and a writing assignment.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Miller, Business Law Text and Cases (14th edition) bundled with access to the Digital Video Library (ISBN: 9781337600767) published by Cengage (Thompson). You may use a hard copy of the text (ISBN 97811305967281) or the electronic version.

Jay Ballantine, CPA Review Guide (2000), published by Pearson Education (RG).

Face to Face Meetings

There is an optional face to face meeting: "CPA Exam and Careers in Accounting," on Wednesday, July 12 at UNM-Albuquerque,from 5:30-7:00 pm, Room DSH 126. We hear from professionals in the field about the work they do. Those unable to attend will have access to the program through the PP slides.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Testing

Proctored Final: At UNM-Albuquerque. Saturday, July 29 from 1:30 – 3:00 p.m. at UNM-Albuquerque on campus GSM 232. If you have a conflict, the alternate final will be on Wednesday, July 26 at 5:30 p.m. at UNM-Albuquerque on campus Room GSM 232.

If you are out of state, or out of country and cannot make it, please contact me in advance about taking the final exam with a proctor at a testing center (would be at your expense, though—usually expense is minimal).

Instructor Email

rjtepper@unm.edu

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26222 MGMT 591.001 3 Estate and Gift Taxation SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Piatt, Ruth Ann ARR ARR Online

MGMT 591.001 Estate and Gift Taxation

Catalog Description

Tax planning to minimize transfers taxes, including the gift and the estate tax, using marital and other family transfers, valuation issues for transfer tax purposes and methods of transferring ownership within the family.

Prerequisite: (342 or 343) or (542 or 543).

Instructor Email

Rpiatt3@unm.edu

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26221 MGMT 591.100 3 Estate and Gift Taxation SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Piatt, Ruth Ann ARR ARR Online

MGMT 591.100 Estate and Gift Taxation

Catalog Description

Tax planning to minimize transfers taxes, including the gift and the estate tax, using marital and other family transfers, valuation issues for transfer tax purposes and methods of transferring ownership within the family.

Prerequisite: (342 or 343) or (542 or 543).

Instructor Email

Rpiatt3@unm.edu

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19528 MGMT 643.001 3 Governmental Accounting SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Brooks, Ann ARR ARR Online

MGMT 643.001 Governmental Accounting

Catalog Description

Accounting and reporting for governmental accounting, including fund accounting, budgetary process, budget accounting of revenues, appropriations, disbursements, and assessments.

Prerequisite: MGMT 340 or MGMT 540.

Detailed Course Description

The course focuses on the theory and practice of accounting in governmental organizations: municipalities, federal and state governments, public schools, universities and health organizations. The course will focus on:

Demonstrating the knowledge and use of the essentials of fund accounting and financial reporting, which include:
1. The Use of Funds
2. Budgetary Considerations
3. The Fund Accounting Cycle - General and Special Revenue Funds
4. The Fund Accounting Cycle - Capital Projects, Debt Service Funds and Special Assessments
5. The Fund Accounting Cycle - Proprietary Type Funds
6. Reporting Principles and Preparation of Fund Financial Statements
7. Government-Wide Financial Statements

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Essentials of Accounting for Governmental and Not-for-Profit Organizations, 12th edition by Paul A. Copley, published by McGraw-Hill Irwin, 2014.

Face to Face Meetings

Students can make an appointment with Prof. Brooks for a F2F, phone or web conference meeting.

Instructor Email

brooks@unm.edu

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Mathematics
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
24987 MATH 101.006 1 Intermediate Algebra Part 1 SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Christensen, Laurel ARR ARR Online

MATH 101.006 Intermediate Algebra Part 1

Catalog Description

This course includes equations and inequalities, applications and problem solving with linear equations, linear functions and the graph of a line, percent, perimeters, areas of simple geometric shapes.

Prerequisite: 100 or ISM 100.

Detailed Course Description

The coursework is all online and can be done from anywhere with high speed internet. The student is expected to cover the expense of purchasing access time to the program. This is in place of purchasing a textbook. The final exam is password protected and MUST be proctored preferably on main campus, but any University approved testing site is acceptable. The final exam arrangements are the responsibility of the student.

Textbooks and Materials

There is no required textbook for this course, however you are required to purchase access time to ALEKS. This can be purchased through the UNM bookstore or directly from ALEKS.com.

Students will need access to a computer and high speed internet. The university libraries as well as the Math Learning Lab have computers available for any student who may not have access at home.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Testing

Students will not be allowed under any circumstances to take the final exam from home. It must be proctored preferably at the MaLL on main campus, but arrangements can be made to take it at another campus testing center. Please contact instructor for more information.

Instructor Email

boothla@unm.edu

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24988 MATH 102.006 1 Intermediate Algebra Part 2 SU 17 Second Half Term: 07/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Christensen, Laurel ARR ARR Online

MATH 102.006 Intermediate Algebra Part 2

Catalog Description

This course includes quadratic equations, properties of exponents and scientific notation, simplifying polynomial expressions, factoring and introduction to functions.

Pre- or corequisite: 101.

Detailed Course Description

The coursework is all online and can be done from anywhere with high speed internet. The student is expected to cover the expense of purchasing access time to the program. This is in place of purchasing a textbook. The final exam is password protected and MUST be proctored preferably on main campus, but any University approved testing site is acceptable. The final exam arrangements are the responsibility of the student.

Textbooks and Materials

There is no required textbook for this course, however you are required to purchase access time to ALEKS. This can be purchased through the UNM bookstore or directly from ALEKS.com.
Students will need access to a computer and high speed internet. The university libraries as well as the Math Learning Lab have computers available for any student who may not have access at home.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Testing

Students will not be allowed under any circumstances to take the final exam from home. It must be proctored preferably at the MaLL on main campus, but arrangements can be made to take it at another campus testing center. Please contact instructor for more information.

Instructor Email

boothla@unm.edu

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24989 MATH 103.006 1 Intermediate Algebra Part 3 SU 17 Second Half Term: 07/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Christensen, Laurel ARR ARR Online

MATH 103.006 Intermediate Algebra Part 3

Catalog Description

This course includes radical expressions and equations, rational expressions and equations, the exponential and logarithm functions.

Pre- or corequisite: 102.

Detailed Course Description

The coursework is all online and can be done from anywhere with high speed internet. The student is expected to cover the expense of purchasing access time to the program. This is in place of purchasing a textbook. The final exam is password protected and MUST be proctored preferably on main campus, but any University approved testing site is acceptable. The final exam arrangements are the responsibility of the student.

Textbooks and Materials

There is no required textbook for this course, however you are required to purchase access time to ALEKS. This can be purchased through the UNM bookstore or directly from ALEKS.com.

Students will need access to a computer and high speed internet. The university libraries as well as the Math Learning Lab have computers available for any student who may not have access at home.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Testing

Students will not be allowed under any circumstances to take the final exam from home. It must be proctored preferably at the MaLL on main campus, but arrangements can be made to take it at another campus testing center. Please contact instructor for more information.

Instructor Email

boothla@unm.edu

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18986 MATH 121.004 3 College Algebra SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Glass, Phillip ARR ARR Online

MATH 121.004 College Algebra

Catalog Description

Preparation for MATH 150 and 180. The study of equations functions and graphs, especially linear and quadratic functions. Introduction to polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic factions. Applications involving simple geometric objects. Emphasizes algebraic problem solving skills. Meets NM Lower Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area II.

Prerequisite: ACT=>22 or SAT=>510 or (MATH 118 and MATH 119) or (MATH 101 and MATH 102 and MATH 103) or MATH 120 or Compass Algebra >54 or Compass College Algebra >33.

Detailed Course Description

The Math 121 online course is designed to be self-paced. However, there are weekly progress goals that must be met, and the exams must be taken at approved proctoring sites. There are 4 exams and are taken when the student completes a module. Since the student works at their own pace, the dates of the exam are flexible. Students are expected to work a minimum 6-15 hours every, single week. If you do not have the time to commit to this class, do not sign up.

Students are expected to work every, single week and show significant progress (10 topics minimum every week). If you are going to be gone for part of the summer and unable to work on the material via the internet, then you may not take this class. Even being gone "on vacation" for a week is enough to drop you from the course.
Realize, the class is 8-weeks and therefore moves at twice the pace of a regular Math 121 full 16-week semester course.

There are no physical attendance requirements or set exam dates. However, failure to make the progress goals will result in being dropped.
No calculators, or notes of any kind will be permitted on the exams.
The exams are electronic and taken online through the ALEKS software, but must be taken at an approved proctoring site.

Textbooks and Materials

This course requires an ALEKS access code which you can purchase through www.aleks.com or at the bookstore. Please make sure you purchase the ALEKS 360 code.

Students with a valid, current ALEKS license from a Math 101-103 class may continue to use this code, but must keep their license current throughout the entire course.

Having your license expire or telling me you can't afford the license until you get paid, etc. is NOT an excuse. If you can't purchase the license and keep it current for the entire term, do not sign up for this class.

Tip: It is MUCH less expensive to purchase the license code from the aleks.com website.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Testing

Students MUST take their exams from a site approved by the instructor. Here are the choices for instructor approved sites:
1. The MaLL in the Centennial Library on UNM’s main campus.
a. http://www.math.unm.edu/~svasan01/Info/Directions%20to%20the%20Math%20Learning%20Lab.pdf
2. Within the state of New Mexico:
a. http://online.unm.edu/student/proctor.html
3. Within the United States:
a. http://www.ncta-testing.org/cctc/find.php
b. Only the NCTA testing locations within the United States are approved.
4. No other exam testing sites will be accepted. If you cannot test at the MaLL or at one of the institutions on the above links, you can NOT take this class.

Note: Any student testing at a non-UNM campus may have to pay a separate proctoring fee commensurate with that institution. Contact the institution for information on their testing times and fees.

Instructor Email

elflord@unm.edu

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25517 MATH 121.007 3 College Algebra SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Glass, Phillip ARR ARR Online

MATH 121.007 College Algebra

Catalog Description

Preparation for MATH 150 and 180. The study of equations functions and graphs, especially linear and quadratic functions. Introduction to polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic factions. Applications involving simple geometric objects. Emphasizes algebraic problem solving skills. Meets NM Lower Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area II.

Prerequisite: ACT=>22 or SAT=>510 or (MATH 118 and MATH 119) or (MATH 101 and MATH 102 and MATH 103) or MATH 120 or Compass Algebra >54 or Compass College Algebra >33.

Detailed Course Description

The Math 121 online course is designed to be self-paced. However, there are weekly progress goals that must be met, and the exams must be taken at approved proctoring sites. There are 4 exams and are taken when the student completes a module. Since the student works at their own pace, the dates of the exam are flexible. Students are expected to work a minimum 6-15 hours every, single week. If you do not have the time to commit to this class, do not sign up.

Students are expected to work every, single week and show significant progress (10 topics minimum every week). If you are going to be gone for part of the summer and unable to work on the material via the internet, then you may not take this class. Even being gone "on vacation" for a week is enough to drop you from the course.
Realize, the class is 8-weeks and therefore moves at twice the pace of a regular Math 121 full 16-week semester course.

There are no physical attendance requirements or set exam dates. However, failure to make the progress goals will result in being dropped.
No calculators, or notes of any kind will be permitted on the exams.
The exams are electronic and taken online through the ALEKS software, but must be taken at an approved proctoring site.

Textbooks and Materials

This course requires an ALEKS access code which you can purchase through www.aleks.com or at the bookstore. Please make sure you purchase the ALEKS 360 code.

Students with a valid, current ALEKS license from a Math 101-103 class may continue to use this code, but must keep their license current throughout the entire course.

Having your license expire or telling me you can't afford the license until you get paid, etc. is NOT an excuse. If you can't purchase the license and keep it current for the entire term, do not sign up for this class.

Tip: It is MUCH less expensive to purchase the license code from the aleks.com website.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Testing

Students MUST take their exams from a site approved by the instructor. Here are the choices for instructor approved sites:
1. The MaLL in the Centennial Library on UNM’s main campus.
a. http://www.math.unm.edu/~svasan01/Info/Directions%20to%20the%20Math%20Learning%20Lab.pdf
2. Within the state of New Mexico:
a. http://online.unm.edu/student/proctor.html
3. Within the United States:
a. http://www.ncta-testing.org/cctc/find.php
b. Only the NCTA testing locations within the United States are approved.
4. No other exam testing sites will be accepted. If you cannot test at the MaLL or at one of the institutions on the above links, you can NOT take this class.

Note: Any student testing at a non-UNM campus may have to pay a separate proctoring fee commensurate with that institution. Contact the institution for information on their testing times and fees.

Instructor Email

elflord@unm.edu

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26417 MATH 316.301 3 Applied Ordinary Differential Equations SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Alvestad, Irina MWR 1500-1640 Online

MATH 316.301 Applied Ordinary Differential Equations

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: MWR
Meeting Times: 1500-1640 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

Introduction to algorithmic theory of ordinary differential equations. Topics covered: elementary theory of ordinary differential equations, numerical methods, phase-plane analysis, and introduction to Laplace transformations. Third-level calculus is helpful for this class.

Prerequisite: 163.

Pre- or corequisite: CBE 253 or CS 151L or CS 152L or ECE 131 or PHYC 290.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Differential Equations (2nd Edition) by Polking, Boggess and Arnold
ISBN 0-13-186236-7

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will be optional.

Testing

Exams are scheduled for 6/21, 7/6, and 7/20.

Instructor Email

irina@unm.edu

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Mechanical Engineering
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
18750 ME 217.001 3 Energy, Environment and Society SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Khraishi, Tariq ARR ARR Online

ME 217.001 Energy, Environment and Society

Catalog Description

A look at the social, ethical, and environmental impacts of energy use both now and through history. A survey of renewable energy and conservation and their impact on environmental and social systems.

Detailed Course Description

This course is well-structured. Students who follow the weekly assignments and study for its exams end-up generally doing very well. In the past, students overall did not struggle with the material. However, if students have problems or questions they should definitely contact the Instructor.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

khraishi@unm.edu

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24986 ME 461.002 3 ST: Mltbdy Dyn Usng ADAMS view SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Russell, John ARR ARR Online

ME 461.002 ST: Mltbdy Dyn Usng ADAMS view

Catalog Description

Formal course work on special topics of current interest. Restriction: ME majors and senior standing

Detailed Course Description

As mechanical systems have become more and more complex the methods taught in conventional mechanical engineering course have become outdated. The ability to solve multi-body dynamics problems has become essential for a practicing engineer. Just as finite element analysis and computational fluid dynamics revolutionized structural and fluids analysis – multi-body dynamics has revolutionized the area of system dynamics. This course will use Adams – the leading multi-body dynamics software to assess system performance using computer models.

The course will use the Adams Tutorial Kit, which consists of 44 workshops – a number of which will be assigned while others will be the student’s choice. The required workshops cover beginner and intermediate levels. Optional workshops will be selected by the student from Adams/Machinery, Adams/MATLAB Co-Simulation, and Vehicle Dynamics. A minimum of one workshop per day for a 5 day week is expected. All workshops will be reviewed and a random number will be graded. Grades will be based on number of workshops completed as well as the scores on those graded.

Textbooks and Materials

Textbooks are available through other local or online retailers.

Text : Introduction to Mechanical System Simulation Using Adams, James B. McConville, SDC Publications

Tutorials: You can obtain the Adams Tutorial 3rd Edition and exercise directory as a .zip file at:
http://www.mscsoftware.com/page/adams-tutorial-kit-mechanical-engineering-courses

Adams Software: You can apply for a student version of Adams at:
http://www.mscsoftware.com/student-editions

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

jjrussel@unm.edu

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24858 ME 542.001 3 Deformation Analysis and Modeling SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Shen, Yu-Lin ARR ARR Online

ME 542.001 Deformation Analysis and Modeling

Catalog Description

Fundamental skills for applying finite element modeling to analyze deformation of materials, with emphasis on thin film systems, device components, and composite materials under mechanical and thermal loading.

Detailed Course Description

There are video lectures and assignment each week. Most of the assignments are computer-based mini-projects. The finite element analysis program ABAQUS Student Edition will be used (no prior experience required; instructions for free download given during first week of class).

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Required book:
Y.-L. Shen, “Constrained Deformation of Materials,” Springer (2010). ISBN 978-1-4419-6311-6

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

shenyl@unm.edu

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Medical Laboratory Sciences
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
19415 MEDL 234.002 3 Introduction to Clinical Immunology
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SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Masten, Barbara ARR ARR Online

MEDL 234.002 Introduction to Clinical Immunology

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The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

An introduction to the principles of human immune system function with emphasis on developing a general, basic background for those who have no previous experience in immunology or clinical medicine

Instructor Email

bmasten@salud.unm.edu

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21978 MEDL 315L.002 2 Clinical Serology SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Alba, Margaret ARR ARR Online

MEDL 315L.002 Clinical Serology

Catalog Description

A study of principles and lab methods used in evaluation and diagnosis of the immune system and related diseases, augmented by the use of case studies. Development of critical thinking and problem solving techniques is emphasized.

Restriction: must be enrolled in B.S.M.L.

Instructor Email

malba@salud.unm.edu

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21979 MEDL 350L.002 2 Clinical Urinalysis SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Johnson, Liz ARR ARR Online

MEDL 350L.002 Clinical Urinalysis

Catalog Description

A study of kidney functions and the physiochemical and microscopic urine tests. Case studies, demonstrations and laboratory practice will enhance the development of critical thinking and problem solving skills needed in clinical urinalysis laboratory.

Detailed Course Description

A study of kidney functions and the physiochemical and microscopic urine tests. Case studies, demonstrations and laboratory practice will enhance the development of critical thinking and problem solving skills needed in clinical urinalysis laboratory.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Strasinger, S.K. Urinalysis and Body Fluids, 7th Ed; F.A. Davis, Philadelphia 2014
ISBN-13: 978-0-8036-3920-1

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings are optional.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

LJohns03@salud.unm.edu

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21980 MEDL 463.002 2 Laboratory Operations Math SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Masten, Barbara ARR ARR Online

MEDL 463.002 Laboratory Operations Math

Catalog Description

Introduction of all mathematics and quality control/assurance necessary for a competent laboratory scientist to succeed in the profession of medical laboratory scientist. Restriction: must be enrolled in MLS Certificate program.

Instructor Email

bmasten@salud.unm.edu

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Music
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
20299 MUS 139.005 3 Music Appreciation
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SU 17 Second Half Term: 07/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Lau, Jennifer ARR ARR Online

MUS 139.005 Music Appreciation

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Catalog Description

Designed to expand the student's ability to listen actively to Western classical art music; a survey of the various genres including chamber music, symphonic and vocal repertoire. Includes live guest performances. No musical background necessary. Meets NM Lower Division general Education Common Core Curriculum Area V: Humanities and Fine Arts.

Detailed Course Description

This course will provide an introduction to the fundamentals of music and musical notation. The primary focus will be the development of listening skills through the examination of Western classical music of the Medieval Period to the 20th century. You will apply these concepts to musical selections of your choice (many students choose country, hip hop, or pop songs) in a series of writing assignments, and consider current trends in a series of group discussions.

Course Objectives:

Throughout the course, students will engage music as active listeners. As a result of this, students will be able to:

• identify by ear the title and composer of works from each period of music history
• discover general characteristics of several musical genres, forms, and periods of music history
• use the fundamental vocabulary of music
• analyze and describe how politics, religion, economy, philosophy, and other arts influence the creation of music
• discuss their understanding of the purposes of music and the role of the performer and composer in society

Textbooks and Materials

There is no required text. Materials are provided within the course and through a database provided by the UNM Fine Arts Library.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

jlau@unm.edu

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26290 MUS 142.001 3 Rock Music Appreciation SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Kostur, Glenn ARR ARR Online

MUS 142.001 Rock Music Appreciation

Catalog Description

An introduction to the fundamentals of music and the development of listening skills through the examination of rock music, including its history, styles and significance in the realm of popular music. No musical background necessary.

Detailed Course Description

An introduction to the fundamentals of music and the development of listening skills through the examination of rock music, including its history, styles and significance in the realm of popular music. No musical background necessary. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area V: Humanities and Fine Arts (NMCCN 1113).

The course utilizes short video lectures, readings from the required textbook, and audio recordings of important Rock songs to prepare students to take quizzes. In addition to quizzes, there are discussion topics that allow students to interact with each other online. While there are deadlines for taking quizzes and making discussion posts, there are no specific "meeting times" when students are required to be online.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

The course requires the purchase of a textbook (available in hard copy or e-book format): Think Rock, by Kevin Dettmar. It is also required that students gain legal access to a listening list of 40 songs (either by purchasing mp3 files or using a legal streaming service).

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

gkostur@unm.edu

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26665 MUS 375.002 3 The Beatles: Musical Revolution
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SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Piper, Jeffrey ARR ARR Online

MUS 375.002 The Beatles: Musical Revolution

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Catalog Description

Examines the development of the historical and musical artistry of the Beatles presented within the framework of aesthetic and social/cultural movement 1957-1970 and their individual contributions.

Detailed Course Description

Examines the development of the historical and musical artistry of the Beatles presented within the framework of aesthetic and social/cultural movement 1957-1970 and their individual contributions.

Detailed Course Description
-Understand and articulate how and why the Beatles became the most influential pop group of the 1960s and beyond.
-Identify the principal musical and social influences on the Beatles.
-Evaluate the growth and change of the Beatles body of work as their career progressed
-Identify the influence the Beatles had on the music that succeeded them.
-Evaluate the Beatles contribution to the cultural and social climate of the 1960s
-Identify the stylistic and formal aspects of Beatles music.
-Articulate the importance of music in human experience.
-Utilize analytical and critical listening and thinking skills in evaluating music.
-Understand the modern creative process and sociocultural factors such as class, literacy, folk traditions and mass media.
-Understand the issues and debates surrounding the concept of popular culture
-Understand the Beatles' works within an historical context
Textbooks and Materials
Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.
Technical Equipment and Software
You will need access to the internet, Netflix or other movie download sources.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

You will also need to purchase the Beatles:Anthology which not available at the UNM bookstore. Consider online vendors such as The Beatles.com or Amazon, etc.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

jpiper@unm.edu

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22248 MUS 376.001 3 Film Music History
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SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Corbin-Swalin, Paula ARR ARR Online

MUS 376.001 Film Music History

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Catalog Description

A survey of film music history, technology and technique from the silent film era to the present. No musical experience necessary.

Detailed Course Description

Film music has been called an “invisible” art. We hear it passively while watching a film, largely ignoring amazing compositions in the process. This course brings film music out of the background and into focus. We will listen to film music actively by isolating and re-assimilating a variety of compositions while exploring film music history from its earliest days to the present. Through reading, writing, listening to film scores, viewing, and analyzing films with an informed and critical eye, we will discover firsthand the components of this important but so called “invisible” art.

Textbooks and Materials

You will watch assigned films throughout the semester. Films can be purchased, rented, streamed from online sites, or borrowed from the UNM or public libraries. Most students stream the films from Netflix, Amazon, YouTube, iTunes or Vudu. The cost of streaming the assigned films is approximately $50.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

pcswalin@unm.edu

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Native American Studies
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
25922 NATV 109.001 3 Introduction to Comparative Global and Ethnic Societies SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Winder, Tanaya ARR ARR Online

NATV 109.001 Introduction to Comparative Global and Ethnic Societies

Catalog Description

The course explores historical and contemporary social forces that impact ethnic communities across the Americas. Students will examine social and economic dynamics of Indigenous, Latino, Asian-Pacific, Africana communities, and women's experiences.

Detailed Course Description

This course is an introduction into the study of diverse global societies and cultures. One of the basic concepts of this course will be to question and critique the ways diverse cultures have historically been discussed and/or written about. In addition to this basic concept, the theme of immigration will run through this course. What has caused the migration of populations? What is a migration? What is forced migration? Although, it seems as if there are some cultures that this theme may not apply to, we will learn that in fact, all populations have had a migration, even if it is a relatively small one or one that occurred far back in the stories of creation. Some of the cultures we will study include the indigenous cultures of the Americas and the Pacific Islands. We will also discuss the Caribbean the diverse experiences of Asian, African and European migrations. Within the Department of Chicana and Chicano Studies, this course serves as a class in which we can begin to develop comparative analyses between diverse global communities. What do different ethnic groups have in common? What are their differences? How can we develop ways to build bridges among communities? This course is an interdisciplinary course, which means we will also watch films, listen to relevant music as well as read a variety of articles.

Textbooks and Materials

All of your readings will be online and posted on UNM Learn.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will be available by appointment.

Instructor Email

tanaya.winder@gmail.com

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Nuclear Engineering
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
26505 NE 230.001 3 Principles of Radiation Protection SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Busch, Robert M 0900 - 1030 Online

NE 230.001 Principles of Radiation Protection

Catalog Description

Nuclear reactions, decay, interactions of physical radiation with matter, methods of radiation detection and biological effects of radiation, external and internal dosimetry. Open-ended exercises and design project.

Prerequisite: CHEM 121 and CHEM 123L.

Detailed Course Description

This course may require web conferencing or on campus face to face meetings. Contact your instructor for more information

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Testing

There will be an exam on Monday July 24th, 2017 from 9:00 - 1030am.

Instructor Email

busch@unm.edu

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Nursing
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
26592 NURS 224.060 3 Application of Growth and Development to Health Care SU 17 Nursing Full Term: 05/22/2017 - 08/11/2017 Patel, Sarah ARR ARR Online

NURS 224.060 Application of Growth and Development to Health Care

Catalog Description

Presentation of theories of psychosocial and biological growth and development across the life span. Stresses application of concepts to health care delivery.

Instructor Email

spatel15@salud.unm.edu

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26306 NURS 301.010 1 Professional Communication SU 17 Nursing First Half Term: 05/22/2017 - 6/30/2017 Wuellner, Jacqueline ARR ARR Online

NURS 301.010 Professional Communication

Instructor Email

jwuellner@salud.unm.edu

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26307 NURS 301.020 1 Professional Communication SU 17 Nursing Second Half Term: 07/03/2017 - 08/11/2017 Smith, Debra ARR ARR Online

NURS 301.020 Professional Communication

Instructor Email

DJSmith@salud.unm.edu

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26308 NURS 302.010 2 Advancement of Professional Nursing
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SU 17 Nursing First Half Term: 05/22/2017 - 6/30/2017 Smith, Debra ARR ARR Online

NURS 302.010 Advancement of Professional Nursing

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The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Instructor Email

DJSmith@salud.unm.edu

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26309 NURS 302.020 2 Advancement of Professional Nursing
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SU 17 Nursing Second Half Term: 07/03/2017 - 08/11/2017 Smith, Debra ARR ARR Online

NURS 302.020 Advancement of Professional Nursing

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The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Instructor Email

DJSmith@salud.unm.edu

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26676 NURS 403L.001 4 Clinical Intensive III SU 17 Nursing Full Term: 05/22/2017 - 08/11/2017 Barnes, Richard ARR ARR Online

NURS 403L.001 Clinical Intensive III

Catalog Description

The focus of this clinical course is application of the curricular concepts in the management of care participants with complex conditions across the lifespan. This course is a combination of seminar, lab, and clinical.

Prerequisite: 401L and 402L and 453.

Pre- or corequisite: 491.

Corequisite: 419L and 454L.

Instructor Email

ribarnes@salud.unm.edu

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25826 NURS 403L.140 4 Clinical Intensive III SU 17 Nursing Full Term: 05/22/2017 - 08/11/2017 Webb, Kimberly ARR ARR Online

NURS 403L.140 Clinical Intensive III

Catalog Description

The focus of this clinical course is application of the curricular concepts in the management of care participants with complex conditions across the lifespan. This course is a combination of seminar, lab, and clinical.

Prerequisite: 401L and 402L and 453.

Pre- or corequisite: 491.

Corequisite: 419L and 454L.

Instructor Email

kSwebb@salud.unm.edu

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26310 NURS 404.050 3 EBP and Research SU 17 Nursing Second Half Term: 07/03/2017 - 08/11/2017 Lee, Jongwon ARR ARR Online

NURS 404.050 EBP and Research

Instructor Email

JWLee@salud.unm.edu

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26311 NURS 405.010 3 Genetic Literacy SU 17 Nursing First Half Term: 05/22/2017 - 6/30/2017 Tinkle, Melinda ARR ARR Online

NURS 405.010 Genetic Literacy

Instructor Email

MTinkle@salud.unm.edu

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26312 NURS 406.020 3 Nursing in the Community SU 17 Nursing Second Half Term: 07/03/2017 - 08/11/2017 Vargas, LeeAnna ARR ARR Online

NURS 406.020 Nursing in the Community

Instructor Email

LeVargas@salud.unm.edu

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26575 NURS 407.020 3 Nursing Vulnerable Populations SU 17 Open Learning: 07/10/2017 - 08/25/2017 Kelly, Loren ARR ARR Online

NURS 407.020 Nursing Vulnerable Populations

Instructor Email

LSKelly@salud.unm.edu

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26313 NURS 408.010 3 Leadership & Management SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Smith, Debra ARR ARR Online

NURS 408.010 Leadership & Management

Catalog Description

This course focuses on nursing leadership and management roles within various health care systems' organizational structures. The impact of these roles and their relationship to quality improvement and patient safety are examined.

Pre- or corequisite: 301 and 302.

Restriction: admitted to B.S.N. (for RN to B.S.N.).

Instructor Email

DJSmith@salud.unm.edu

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26598 NURS 409.020 3 Health Policy, Econimics and Systems SU 17 Open Learning: 07/10/2017 - 08/20/2017 Ali, Nuzhat ARR ARR Online

NURS 409.020 Health Policy, Econimics and Systems

Instructor Email

nali1@salud.unm.edu

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26314 NURS 410.010 3 Leading Change Advancing Hlth SU 17 Open Learning: 05/15/2017 - 06/30/2017 Martin, Janice ARR ARR Online

NURS 410.010 Leading Change Advancing Hlth

Instructor Email

jemartin@salud.unm.edu

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26316 NURS 410.020 3 Leading Change Advancing Hlth SU 17 Open Learning: 07/10/2017 - 08/25/2017 Martin, Janice ARR ARR Online

NURS 410.020 Leading Change Advancing Hlth

Instructor Email

jemartin@salud.unm.edu

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26675 NURS 419L.001 3 Capstone SU 17 Nursing Full Term: 05/22/2017 - 08/11/2017 Barnes, Richard ARR ARR Online

NURS 419L.001 Capstone

Catalog Description

The synthesis, integration, and application of concepts to professional nursing practice will be applied in the final clinical course to ensure readiness to enter practice.

Prerequisite: 401L and 402L and 453.

Pre- or corequisite: 491.

Corequisite: 403L and 454L.

Instructor Email

ribarnes@salud.unm.edu

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25827 NURS 419L.140 3 Capstone SU 17 Nursing Full Term: 05/22/2017 - 08/11/2017 Webb, Kimberly ARR ARR Online

NURS 419L.140 Capstone

Catalog Description

The synthesis, integration, and application of concepts to professional nursing practice will be applied in the final clinical course to ensure readiness to enter practice.

Prerequisite: 401L and 402L and 453.

Pre- or corequisite: 491.

Corequisite: 403L and 454L.

Instructor Email

kSwebb@salud.unm.edu

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26730 NURS 429.007 3 T: Introduction to Oncology Nursing SU 17 Open Learning: 07/10/2017 - 08/20/2017 Brown, Karen ARR ARR Online

NURS 429.007 T: Introduction to Oncology Nursing

Catalog Description

Topics Course

Instructor Email

kbrownrnphd@unm.edu

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26731 NURS 429.008 3 T: Introduction to Oncology Nursing SU 17 Open Learning: 07/10/2017 - 08/20/2017 Brown, Karen ARR ARR Online

NURS 429.008 T: Introduction to Oncology Nursing

Catalog Description

Topics Course

Instructor Email

kbrownrnphd@unm.edu

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26593 NURS 429.062 3 T: Appl of Epidem-Com Hlth Pro SU 17 Open Learning: 07/10/2017 - 08/25/2017 Vargas, LeeAnna ARR ARR Online

NURS 429.062 T: Appl of Epidem-Com Hlth Pro

Catalog Description

Topics Course

Instructor Email

LeVargas@salud.unm.edu

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26594 NURS 429.063 3 T: Appl of Epidem-Com Hlth Pro SU 17 Open Learning: 07/10/2017 - 08/25/2017 Vargas, LeeAnna ARR ARR Online

NURS 429.063 T: Appl of Epidem-Com Hlth Pro

Catalog Description

Topics Course

Instructor Email

LeVargas@salud.unm.edu

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26595 NURS 473.001 3 End of Life Care SU 17 Nursing First Half Term: 05/22/2017 - 6/30/2017 Capitano, Carol ARR ARR Online

NURS 473.001 End of Life Care

Catalog Description

Exploration of end of life care with focus on symptom management, pain management, and social, cultural and emotional issues. Themes include family, nurse as advocate, culture, and interdisciplinary care.

Instructor Email

CCapitano@salud.unm.edu

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26596 NURS 473.002 3 End of Life Care SU 17 Nursing First Half Term: 05/22/2017 - 6/30/2017 Capitano, Carol ARR ARR Online

NURS 473.002 End of Life Care

Catalog Description

Exploration of end of life care with focus on symptom management, pain management, and social, cultural and emotional issues. Themes include family, nurse as advocate, culture, and interdisciplinary care.

Instructor Email

CCapitano@salud.unm.edu

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25833 NURS 474.060 3 Patient Education SU 17 Nursing Full Term: 05/22/2017 - 08/11/2017 Francis, Marisa ARR ARR Online

NURS 474.060 Patient Education

Catalog Description

Intensive exploration of the role of nurse as educator. Review adult learning principles and application of principles to patients in clinical settings.

Restriction: permission of advisor.

Instructor Email

MAFrancis@salud.unm.edu

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26574 NURS 474.061 3 Patient Education SU 17 Nursing Full Term: 05/22/2017 - 08/11/2017 Francis, Marisa ARR ARR Online

NURS 474.061 Patient Education

Catalog Description

Intensive exploration of the role of nurse as educator. Review adult learning principles and application of principles to patients in clinical settings.

Restriction: permission of advisor.

Instructor Email

MAFrancis@salud.unm.edu

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15538 NURS 501.060 3 Theoretical Foundations of Advanced Nursing SU 17 Nursing Full Term: 05/22/2017 - 08/11/2017 Ruyak, Sharon ARR ARR Online

NURS 501.060 Theoretical Foundations of Advanced Nursing

Catalog Description

Examines selected theories in nursing and health. Approaches to the analysis, critique and utilization of theories in nursing practice and scholarship are emphasized. Students develop and apply a theory and analysis to an area of interest.

Restriction: admission to MSN program.

Instructor Email

slruyak@salud.unm.edu

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22258 NURS 501.061 3 Theoretical Foundations of Advanced Nursing
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SU 17 Nursing Full Term: 05/22/2017 - 08/11/2017 Rogers, Heidi ARR ARR Online

NURS 501.061 Theoretical Foundations of Advanced Nursing

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The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

Examines selected theories in nursing and health. Approaches to the analysis, critique and utilization of theories in nursing practice and scholarship are emphasized. Students develop and apply a theory and analysis to an area of interest.

Restriction: admission to MSN program.

Instructor Email

HRogers1@salud.unm.edu

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15540 NURS 503.060 3 Research in Nursing SU 17 Nursing Full Term: 05/22/2017 - 08/11/2017 Overman, Barbara ARR ARR Online

NURS 503.060 Research in Nursing

Catalog Description

Examines methods used to research nursing problems and measure outcomes of therapeutic interventions. Emphasis on problem generation, framing problem theoretically, research designs, and data measurement and analysis.

Restriction: admission to M.S.N. program.

Instructor Email

Boverman@salud.unm.edu

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22259 NURS 503.061 3 Research in Nursing SU 17 Nursing Full Term: 05/22/2017 - 08/11/2017 Hernandez, Stephen ARR ARR Online

NURS 503.061 Research in Nursing

Catalog Description

Examines methods used to research nursing problems and measure outcomes of therapeutic interventions. Emphasis on problem generation, framing problem theoretically, research designs, and data measurement and analysis.

Restriction: admission to M.S.N. program.

Instructor Email

shhernandez@salud.unm.edu

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15543 NURS 505.060 3 Health Care Policy, Systems and Financing for Advanced Practice Roles SU 17 Nursing Full Term: 05/22/2017 - 08/11/2017 Welle, Dorinda ARR ARR Online

NURS 505.060 Health Care Policy, Systems and Financing for Advanced Practice Roles

Catalog Description

Professional seminar. Provides opportunity for in-depth discussion of concepts related to advanced practice. Focus in on issues affecting scope of practice, health policy, economics of health care, ethical decision making, and advanced nursing roles and collaborative practice.

Restriction: admission to M.S.N. program.

Instructor Email

dwelle@salud.unm.edu

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15546 NURS 515.060 3 Faculty Roles and Professional Issues
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SU 17 Nursing Full Term: 05/22/2017 - 08/11/2017 Wuellner, Jacqueline ARR ARR Online

NURS 515.060 Faculty Roles and Professional Issues

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The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

Roles and competencies of nurse educators are examined within the context of various educational settings and philosophical perspectives. Current political, social, cultural, ethical, and pedagogical issues affecting the nurse educator are explored.

Prerequisite: 501 and 503.

Instructor Email

jwuellner@salud.unm.edu

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15548 NURS 526.060 3 Pathophysiology in Advanced Practice Nursing SU 17 Nursing Full Term: 05/22/2017 - 08/11/2017 Van Roper, Stephen ARR ARR Online

NURS 526.060 Pathophysiology in Advanced Practice Nursing

Catalog Description

Application of analytical reasoning and problem solving based on pathophysiology and clinical presentations of a broad variety of diseases of children and adults across the life span

Instructor Email

svroper@salud.unm.edu

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24483 NURS 526.061 3 Pathophysiology in Advanced Practice Nursing SU 17 Nursing Full Term: 05/22/2017 - 08/11/2017 De Rego, Ruth ARR ARR Online

NURS 526.061 Pathophysiology in Advanced Practice Nursing

Catalog Description

Application of analytical reasoning and problem solving based on pathophysiology and clinical presentations of a broad variety of diseases of children and adults across the life span

Instructor Email

rgderego@salud.unm.edu

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24484 NURS 526.062 3 Pathophysiology in Advanced Practice Nursing SU 17 Nursing Full Term: 05/22/2017 - 08/11/2017 Minoli, Kathleen ARR ARR Online

NURS 526.062 Pathophysiology in Advanced Practice Nursing

Catalog Description

Application of analytical reasoning and problem solving based on pathophysiology and clinical presentations of a broad variety of diseases of children and adults across the life span

Instructor Email

k931b1k2@unm.edu

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25437 NURS 543.060 3 Pharmacological Principles of Clinical Therapeutics SU 17 Nursing Full Term: 05/22/2017 - 08/11/2017 Minoli, Kathleen ARR ARR Online

NURS 543.060 Pharmacological Principles of Clinical Therapeutics

Catalog Description

This course focuses on the application of advanced pharmacological and pharmacokinetic principles of drug categories commonly used in health care across the life span

Instructor Email

k931b1k2@unm.edu

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26342 NURS 584.060 3 Integrated Behavioral Health SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Dixon, Gloria ARR ARR Online

NURS 584.060 Integrated Behavioral Health

Catalog Description

Overview of behavioral health assessment in common psychiatric disorders and medical conditions with psychiatric presentations in patients across the lifespan with a focus on integrated care settings, interdisciplinary communication, care coordination within a trauma-informed setting.

Prerequisite: 526 and 540.

Restriction: permission of advisor.

Instructor Email

gdixon@salud.unm.edu

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26621 NURS 593.004 3 T: Clinical Specialty Practicm SU 17 Nursing Full Term: 05/22/2017 - 08/11/2017 Vacek, Jenny ARR ARR Online

NURS 593.004 T: Clinical Specialty Practicm

Catalog Description

Specialized courses about a particular topic agreed upon by instructor and student. Students must be admitted to the graduate program in nursing.

Instructor Email

JVACEK@salud.unm.edu

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24712 NURS 600.061 3 Philosophy of Science in Nursing SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Parshall, Mark ARR ARR Online

NURS 600.061 Philosophy of Science in Nursing

Catalog Description

Philosophy of Science analyzes ontonological and epistemological questions about knowledge, natural science, human science, nursing science and contexts of care. Learning strategies incorporate rigorous critical reflection and dialogue, analysis and synthesis of ideas, and the creative expression of thought.

Restriction: admitted to doctoral program in nursing.

Instructor Email

MParshall@salud.unm.edu

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26673 NURS 615.001 3 Crit Eth & CBPR Hlth Care Res SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Averill, Jennifer ARR ARR Online

NURS 615.001 Crit Eth & CBPR Hlth Care Res

Instructor Email

JAverill@salud.unm.edu

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26662 NURS 640.062 3 Evidence, Health Policy, and Politics SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Judge, Shana ARR ARR Online

NURS 640.062 Evidence, Health Policy, and Politics

Catalog Description

Topics: Restrictions: admitted to doctoral program in nursing.

Instructor Email

smjudge@salud.unm.edu

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24792 NURS 648.060 1 Introduction to Health Policy Field Placement SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Lobo, Marie ARR ARR Online

NURS 648.060 Introduction to Health Policy Field Placement

Catalog Description

In consultation with course faculty, Health Policy students identify field placement goals and finalize field placement arrangements, including sites and preceptors.

Instructor Email

MLobo@salud.unm.edu

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25127 NURS 694.060 3 Research Practicum SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Haozous, Emily ARR ARR Online

NURS 694.060 Research Practicum

Catalog Description

Focuses on development of skills and techniques for the conduct of research through active participation in faculty research. Emphasis on practical application of research skills and growth in knowledge related to the conduct of research.

Restriction: admitted to doctoral program in Nursing.

Instructor Email

EHaozous@salud.unm.edu

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25128 NURS 694.061 3 Research Practicum SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 TBA ARR ARR Online

NURS 694.061 Research Practicum

Catalog Description

Focuses on development of skills and techniques for the conduct of research through active participation in faculty research. Emphasis on practical application of research skills and growth in knowledge related to the conduct of research.

Restriction: admitted to doctoral program in Nursing.

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24620 NURS 703.060 3 Applied Clinical Research in Advanced Nursing Practice
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SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Delucas, Angeline ARR ARR Online

NURS 703.060 Applied Clinical Research in Advanced Nursing Practice

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The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

This course will focus on the systematic examination and application of health-related research in relation to advanced nursing practice, including clinical practice, nursing and health care administration, community and public health, or health policy.

Restriction: admission to D.N.P. program.

Instructor Email

ADelucas@salud.unm.edu

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26418 NURS 720.060 3 Etiology and Management of Complex Health and Illness in Rural Health SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Haeffele, Joanne ARR ARR Online

NURS 720.060 Etiology and Management of Complex Health and Illness in Rural Health

Catalog Description

This course examines complex health and illness in individuals in a rural health setting with an emphasis on multi-system processes, environmental, nutritional, economic, cultural, psychosocial stressors, and genetic influences.

Prerequisite: 715.

Corequisite: 727 and 797.

Instructor Email

JHaeffele@salud.unm.edu

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24621 NURS 725.060 3 Principles of Advanced Nursing Management SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Woods, Pamela ARR ARR Online

NURS 725.060 Principles of Advanced Nursing Management

Catalog Description

This course introduces the importance of management skills, identifies essential management skills, and presents a learning model for developing management skills. Essential management skills are organized into three categories: personal, interpersonal, and group.

Instructor Email

PJWoods@salud.unm.edu

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24622 NURS 727.060 3 Health Care Innovations and Informatics SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 McKinley, Kim ARR ARR Online

NURS 727.060 Health Care Innovations and Informatics

Catalog Description

This course focuses on nursing informatics. Topics include: (1) introduction to the nursing informatics; (2) health care informatics applications; (3) evidence-based decision support; (4) information systems design; and (5) new opportunities and emerging trends.

Restriction: admission to D.N.P. program.

Instructor Email

KIMcKinley@salud.unm.edu

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25836 NURS 793.060 3 T: Advanced Nursing Concepts SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Delucas, Angeline ARR ARR Online

NURS 793.060 T: Advanced Nursing Concepts

Instructor Email

ADelucas@salud.unm.edu

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23994 NURS 797.060 1 D.N.P. Capstone Project SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Woods, Pamela ARR ARR Online

NURS 797.060 D.N.P. Capstone Project

Catalog Description

In this course the student builds on the foundation of core and specialty content in the DNP program to develop a rigorous project which reflects the achievement of DNP program outcomes.

Restriction: admission to D.N.P. program.

Instructor Email

PJWoods@salud.unm.edu

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23996 NURS 797.061 1 D.N.P. Capstone Project SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Delucas, Angeline ARR ARR Online

NURS 797.061 D.N.P. Capstone Project

Catalog Description

In this course the student builds on the foundation of core and specialty content in the DNP program to develop a rigorous project which reflects the achievement of DNP program outcomes.

Restriction: admission to D.N.P. program.

Instructor Email

ADelucas@salud.unm.edu

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23997 NURS 797.062 1 D.N.P. Capstone Project SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Capitano, Carol ARR ARR Online

NURS 797.062 D.N.P. Capstone Project

Catalog Description

In this course the student builds on the foundation of core and specialty content in the DNP program to develop a rigorous project which reflects the achievement of DNP program outcomes.

Restriction: admission to D.N.P. program.

Instructor Email

CCapitano@salud.unm.edu

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23998 NURS 797.063 1 D.N.P. Capstone Project SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Liesveld, Judy ARR ARR Online

NURS 797.063 D.N.P. Capstone Project

Catalog Description

In this course the student builds on the foundation of core and specialty content in the DNP program to develop a rigorous project which reflects the achievement of DNP program outcomes.

Restriction: admission to D.N.P. program.

Instructor Email

Jliesveld@salud.unm.edu

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25439 NURS 797.064 1 D.N.P. Capstone Project SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Shuster, George ARR ARR Online

NURS 797.064 D.N.P. Capstone Project

Catalog Description

In this course the student builds on the foundation of core and specialty content in the DNP program to develop a rigorous project which reflects the achievement of DNP program outcomes.

Restriction: admission to D.N.P. program.

Instructor Email

gshuster@salud.unm.edu

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26624 NURS 797.065 1 D.N.P. Capstone Project SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 McKinley, Kim ARR ARR Online

NURS 797.065 D.N.P. Capstone Project

Catalog Description

In this course the student builds on the foundation of core and specialty content in the DNP program to develop a rigorous project which reflects the achievement of DNP program outcomes.

Restriction: admission to D.N.P. program.

Instructor Email

KIMcKinley@salud.unm.edu

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26625 NURS 797.066 1 D.N.P. Capstone Project SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Van Roper, Stephen ARR ARR Online

NURS 797.066 D.N.P. Capstone Project

Catalog Description

In this course the student builds on the foundation of core and specialty content in the DNP program to develop a rigorous project which reflects the achievement of DNP program outcomes.

Restriction: admission to D.N.P. program.

Instructor Email

svroper@salud.unm.edu

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26626 NURS 797.067 1 D.N.P. Capstone Project SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Martin, Janice ARR ARR Online

NURS 797.067 D.N.P. Capstone Project

Catalog Description

In this course the student builds on the foundation of core and specialty content in the DNP program to develop a rigorous project which reflects the achievement of DNP program outcomes.

Restriction: admission to D.N.P. program.

Instructor Email

jemartin@salud.unm.edu

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26627 NURS 797.068 1 D.N.P. Capstone Project SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Montoya, Carolyn ARR ARR Online

NURS 797.068 D.N.P. Capstone Project

Catalog Description

In this course the student builds on the foundation of core and specialty content in the DNP program to develop a rigorous project which reflects the achievement of DNP program outcomes.

Restriction: admission to D.N.P. program.

Instructor Email

CJMontoya@salud.unm.edu

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26628 NURS 797.069 1 D.N.P. Capstone Project SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Hidalgo, Therese ARR ARR Online

NURS 797.069 D.N.P. Capstone Project

Catalog Description

In this course the student builds on the foundation of core and specialty content in the DNP program to develop a rigorous project which reflects the achievement of DNP program outcomes.

Restriction: admission to D.N.P. program.

Instructor Email

ThHidalgo@salud.unm.edu

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26634 NURS 797.070 1 D.N.P. Capstone Project SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Haeffele, Joanne ARR ARR Online

NURS 797.070 D.N.P. Capstone Project

Catalog Description

In this course the student builds on the foundation of core and specialty content in the DNP program to develop a rigorous project which reflects the achievement of DNP program outcomes.

Restriction: admission to D.N.P. program.

Instructor Email

JHaeffele@salud.unm.edu

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26635 NURS 797.071 1 D.N.P. Capstone Project SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Meize-Grochowski, Robin ARR ARR Online

NURS 797.071 D.N.P. Capstone Project

Catalog Description

In this course the student builds on the foundation of core and specialty content in the DNP program to develop a rigorous project which reflects the achievement of DNP program outcomes.

Restriction: admission to D.N.P. program.

Instructor Email

RMeize@salud.unm.edu

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26636 NURS 797.072 1 D.N.P. Capstone Project SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Schaaf, Sharon ARR ARR Online

NURS 797.072 D.N.P. Capstone Project

Catalog Description

In this course the student builds on the foundation of core and specialty content in the DNP program to develop a rigorous project which reflects the achievement of DNP program outcomes.

Restriction: admission to D.N.P. program.

Instructor Email

Sschaaf@salud.unm.edu

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26637 NURS 797.073 1 D.N.P. Capstone Project SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Overman, Barbara ARR ARR Online

NURS 797.073 D.N.P. Capstone Project

Catalog Description

In this course the student builds on the foundation of core and specialty content in the DNP program to develop a rigorous project which reflects the achievement of DNP program outcomes.

Restriction: admission to D.N.P. program.

Instructor Email

Boverman@salud.unm.edu

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26638 NURS 797.074 1 D.N.P. Capstone Project SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 TBA ARR ARR Online

NURS 797.074 D.N.P. Capstone Project

Catalog Description

In this course the student builds on the foundation of core and specialty content in the DNP program to develop a rigorous project which reflects the achievement of DNP program outcomes.

Restriction: admission to D.N.P. program.

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Nutrition
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
25878 NUTR 344.001 3 Energy Nutrients in Human Nutrition SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Pribis, Peter ARR ARR Online

NUTR 344.001 Energy Nutrients in Human Nutrition

Catalog Description

Carbohydrate, fat and protein in human nutrition. Emphasis includes digestion, absorption, metabolism, food sources and dietary recommendations. Implications for health promotion and disease prevention.

Prerequisite: 244 and (CHEM 212 or 301).

Detailed Course Description

NUTR 344 is an upper division nutrition course that presents advanced principles of macronutrients in human nutrition and the relationship of nutrient intake to health and disease. This course is intended for nutrition majors as well as upper level students in other health-related disciplines. The course provides information about carbohydrates, fiber, fat and protein in human nutrition, including digestion, absorption, metabolism, food sources and dietary recommendations. Implications for health promotion and disease prevention are emphasized.

The class will be conducted entirely online including lectures, timed quizzes and timed exams through the course management system LEARN. This is to facilitate participation for students who may have variable working schedules.

You will be expected to spend at least 12 to 20 hours weekly to study the textbook in addition to one to two hours daily on four days of the week to complete the on-line activities and assignments.

Students are expected to participate in all online activities as listed on the course calendar. All assignments for this course will be submitted electronically through LEARN unless otherwise instructed.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Sareen S. Gropper, Jack L. Smith & Timothy P. Carr. Advanced Nutrition and Human Metabolism, 7th edition. Wadsworth, Cengage Learning Inc, 2017. ISBN: 978-1305627857

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used.

Instructor Email

pribis@unm.edu

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Organization, Information and Learning Sciences
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
23726 OILS 320.001 3 Information Management for Professionals SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Bordeianu, Server ARR ARR Online

OILS 320.001 Information Management for Professionals

Catalog Description

Students will create a database of the major information resources within a specific discipline. They will also learn research strategies, and economic and ethical issues surrounding information policy.

Instructor Email

sbordeia@unm.edu

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23200 OILS 466.001 3 Principles of Adult Learning SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Anderson, Aaron ARR ARR Online

OILS 466.001 Principles of Adult Learning

Catalog Description

Explores the world of the adult learner from historic, social, political and pragmatic perspectives. Issues of life stages, culture, teaching theory and andragogical practice are considered as they relate to the practice of adult learning.

Detailed Course Description

This course explores the world of the adult learner from historical, social, political, and pragmatic perspectives. Issues of life stages, culture, teaching theory, and andragogical practice will be considered as they relate to the practice of adult learning. This section of OILS 466 will rely heavily on story-structured assignments, analysis of theory-building, stimulating discussion, and some experiential activities.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

There is only one required textbook for this course:

Adult Learning: Linking Theory and Practice, by Sharan B. Merriam and Laura L. Bierema (2014)

You can purchase the book at the UNM Bookstore, but a hardcover version is also available through Amazon. Additional readings will be announced as each unit in the course opens, and they will be provided (through links or PDF files) on our Learn page. Please let me know if you have any trouble accessing the textbook or any of the supplemental readings.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Even though the synchronous meetings are optional, you are strongly encouraged to attend them. We will choose the best meeting time in the first week of the course, and there will be one meeting per week. I understand if you cannot attend all of them (or even any of them), so all you need to do afterwards -- if you are absent -- is to watch the video recording and post a very brief summary/reflection of what we discussed. In these meetings, we converse about the week's topics and engage in activities about the concepts and skills you have learned thus far.

Instructor Email

aanders2@unm.edu

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24105 OILS 481.002 3 Technological Change and Society SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Leach, Andrew ARR ARR Online

OILS 481.002 Technological Change and Society

Catalog Description

Focus on industry as humanity’s systematic effort to provide the necessities and conveniences of life. In addition to developing a historical perspective, students will study in depth a variety of industrial organizations that provide goods and services to meet the needs and desires of society.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Orientation

This course does not have an orientation.

Face to Face Meetings

Optional face to face meetings can be arranged by the student for office hours.

Web Conferencing

There will be optional web conferencing.

Testing

This course has exams.

Instructor Email

gleach@unm.edu

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26288 OILS 593.002 3 T: Exploring Virtual Worlds SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Adams, Becky 6/6 1800 - 2000 Online

OILS 593.002 T: Exploring Virtual Worlds

Detailed Course Description

Explore and practice advanced interactive technologies to build communities of learning for education and training. Technology advances have opened opportunities to allow virtual interaction and communication which is critical for learning. We will explore approaches, such as virtual simulation, that allow students the opportunity for experience as they build their skills.

Step out of your real world, embrace your avatar and join us in our exploration of current Virtual Worlds and how they support bridging transactional distance, and other key challenges, in training and teaching in distance education efforts. According to Keysha Gamor, ““…it is clear that virtual interaction and communication are here to stay. Virtual collaboration through the use of avatars is a reality for the future of education, business, and social interactions. With advances in technology continually yielding more realistic avatars, and examination of the role of the avatar is an important human factors issue to reinforce the integrity and enhance the experience of future virtual interactions” (Handbook of Human Factors in Web Design, 2011).

This course will be an introduction to Virtual Worlds that exist today,as well as Virtual Reality (VR)in education, exploring the research and current use. We will explore current Virtual Worlds, learn basic building in Second Life, where you can add to the UNM Virtual Campus, VR and begin a conversation about how this fits with the present and future of elearning.

Textbooks and Materials

Readings and course materials will be made available to students within the course.

Face to Face Meetings

There will be a face to face orientation on June 6th, 6:00 - 8:00 pm - Zimmerman 254 Main Campus.

Testing

Proctoring will be used in this course.

Instructor Email

reada321@unm.edu

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Philosophy
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
24480 PHIL 101.001 3 Introduction to Philosophy SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Thomas, Carolyn ARR ARR Online

PHIL 101.001 Introduction to Philosophy

Catalog Description

Philosophical issues and methodology illustrated through selected problems concerning values, knowledge, reality; and in social, political and religious philosophy. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education

Detailed Course Description

This completely online 4-week course of “Introduction to Philosophy” will introduce you philosophic wonder, thought, and thinking. We’ll read, think, question, discuss, and write about persistent philosophical questions, such as those about life's meaning, the existence of God, death, virtue, knowledge and truth, personhood, emotion, race and gender, rights and duties, freedom, and the philosophic life itself. The course covers a 16-week full semester course in four weeks. Expect to work the course daily during those four weeks. Required work includes readings, discussion thread posts, quizzes, journal entries, midterm and final exam. Course reading and written assignments will be due four or five days of each week. No textbook or text purchase required. You must have reliable Internet access, but no other special equipment is necessary.

Because the course moves quickly, no new students will be enrolled/added to the course after June 6 (the UNM Registrar’s Last Day to ADD course sections).

Textbooks and Materials

No textbook or text purchase required--all readings and course materials are provided within the course's online modules.

You must have reliable Internet access, but no other special equipment is necessary.

Face to Face Meetings

There will be no face to face meetings in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

cthom@unm.edu

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20069 PHIL 156.001 3 Reasoning and Critical Thinking SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Robinson, Idris ARR ARR Online

PHIL 156.001 Reasoning and Critical Thinking

Catalog Description

The purpose of this course is to help students learn how to analyze, critique and construct arguments in context--- in other words, how to read and write argumentative essays. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area V: Humanities and Fine Arts.

Detailed Course Description

In the first half of the course, students will learn to identify, construct, and critically assess arguments. Through a rigorous examination of the basic principles of reason, students will come to acquire the analytic skills necessary to both develop and evaluate the quality of an argument. The second half of the semester will be devoted to applying these skills in response to Alain Badiou’s contemporary rendition of Plato’s Republic. In Badiou’s hyper-translation, timeless themes, such as truth, justice, and knowledge, are refashioned in a colorful, modern garb: present-day allusions to iPods, soft-drinks, and sports-cars replace all of the Republic’s outdated ancient Greek references; and even Plato’s famous “cave allegory” is converted into a movie theater. While these aspects of Badiou’s version of the classic dialogue undoubtedly make it an enjoyable read, critical analysis and reasoning will allow us to determine whether Plato’s arguments can stand the test of time.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Texts: (1) William Hughes, Jonathan Lavery, & Katheryn Doran, Critical Thinking: An Introduction to the Basic Skills (6th edition); (2) Alain Badiou, Plato’s Republic: A Dialogue in 16 Chapters.

Face to Face Meetings

The instructor will be available for face-to-face meetings upon the request of the students.

Web Conferencing

The instructor will be available for web conference meetings upon the request of the students.

Instructor Email

irobinson@unm.edu

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26284 PHIL 156.002 3 Reasoning and Critical Thinking SU 17 Second Half Term: 07/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Gatsch, Brian ARR ARR Online

PHIL 156.002 Reasoning and Critical Thinking

Catalog Description

The purpose of this course is to help students learn how to analyze, critique and construct arguments in context--- in other words, how to read and write argumentative essays. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area V: Humanities and Fine Arts.

Detailed Course Description

How can you tell if an argument makes sense? What separates a good argument from a bad one? In this online course, students will learn the skills necessary to construct, analyze, and critically assess arguments. Beginning with the basic principles of reason and logic, students will acquire the abilities necessary to extract arguments from philosophical texts, evaluate the strength of these arguments, and craft written responses to them. We will also be analyzing classic philosophical texts that have profoundly influenced the structure and development of Western civilization.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Required texts:
Critical Thinking, An Introduction to the Basic Skills (7th Edition), by William Hughes, Jonathan Lavery, Katheryn Doran (Broadview Press).
Elements of Style (4th Edition), by William Strunk, Jr. and E.B. White, (Pearson)

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

bgatsch@unm.edu

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Political Science
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
26293 POLS 220.002 3 Politics Around the World SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Niedzwiecki, Sara ARR ARR Online

POLS 220.002 Politics Around the World

Catalog Description

Designed to give students the ability to understand and evaluate political regimes by focusing on the political history, socioeconomic structure and contemporary political institutions and behavior. Includes consideration of European and developing systems.

Detailed Course Description

This course offers an introduction to the academic field of comparative politics. It covers the historical, core concerns of the field including the development of the modern state, forms of political regime, democratization, nationalism, political parties and electoral systems, racial formation and ethnic conflict, the relationship between the state and the market, and the formation of political identities. Readings and examples are drawn from all regions of the world.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Required Course Book:
David Samuels, Comparative Politics (Boston: Pearson Education, 2013). Referred to in the schedule as Samuels.
The book is available for sale at the UNM Bookstore, together with an access code so you can also read it online at mypoliscilab.com.

In addition to the required book, other readings are posted on UNM Learn.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

I will hold optional web conferencing office hours on Wednesdays from 2pm to 4pm. You can also contact me by e-mail and I will generally respond within 48 hour. Please do not send me messages through UNM Learn, e-mail is the best way to contact me.

Instructor Email

saran@unm.edu

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21965 POLS 260.002 3 Political Ideas
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SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Grigsby, Ellen ARR ARR Online

POLS 260.002 Political Ideas

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Catalog Description

Introduces many of the enduring political issues in descriptive, analytical and normative terms. Will include discussion of both classical and contemporary political ideas and ideologies.

Instructor Email

egrigsby@unm.edu

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23390 POLS 280.001 3 Introduction to Political Analysis SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Adams, Alexis ARR ARR Online

POLS 280.001 Introduction to Political Analysis

Catalog Description

Discovery of causal patterns in political behavior, evaluation of the effectiveness of political reforms and campaign techniques, analysis of the logic of scientific research and related topics. No knowledge of statistics, computers or research methods assumed.

Instructor Email

alexnadams@yahoo.com

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Portuguese
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
26586 PORT 101.040 3 Elementary Portuguese I SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 De Oliveira Nascimento, Andre ARR ARR Online

PORT 101.040 Elementary Portuguese I

Catalog Description

Development of all four language skills. Emphasis on listening, speaking, and cultural understanding.

Detailed Course Description

The course introduces basic grammatical or vocabulary knowledge and engages students in the practice of the four language skills (listening, reading, writing, speaking) and provides the student with exposure to the target language and culture in different Portuguese-speaking countries and/or situations. Students registered for this class should have little to no previous knowledge of the Portuguese language.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

FIVE CHAPTERS (Lição preliminar to lição 4) of Ponto de Encontro: Portuguese as a World Language, Second Edition, 2013. Author: Klobucka, Ana M and textbook at the MyPortugueseLab Portal www.myportugueselab.com. Please note that the printed version of the textbook is optional. The access to MyPortugueseLab is REQUIRED.
The course code on MyPortugueseLab is CRSKLW9-539143.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

No meetings are required. Students have the option to meet instructor via UNM Learn Collaborate to ask occasional questions about the content addressed.

Instructor Email

nascimentoa@unm.edu

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Psychology
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
26402 PSY 105.041 3 General Psychology SU 17 Second Half Term: 07/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Cappelle, Tessa ARR ARR Online

PSY 105.041 General Psychology

Catalog Description

Overview of the major content areas in psychology. Topics to be covered include learning, cognition, perception, motivation, biological systems, social and abnormal psychology, development, personality and approaches to psychotherapy. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area IV: Social/Behavioral Sciences.

Detailed Course Description

This class covers the core concepts of Psychology; theories as well as methodological aspects used in Psychology. It gives an overview about different areas in Psychology including amongst others memory, consciousness, learning, perception, personality psychology, abnormal psychology, and evolutionary psychology.There are no pre-requisites needed to take this class.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

tcappelle@unm.edu

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25802 PSY 105.042 3 General Psychology SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Hodge, Gordon ARR ARR Online

PSY 105.042 General Psychology

Catalog Description

Overview of the major content areas in psychology. Topics to be covered include learning, cognition, perception, motivation, biological systems, social and abnormal psychology, development, personality and approaches to psychotherapy. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area IV: Social/Behavioral Sciences.

Instructor Email

ghodge@unm.edu

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24470 PSY 200.040 3 Statistical Principles SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Goldsmith, Timothy ARR ARR Online

PSY 200.040 Statistical Principles

Catalog Description

Presentation of the basic principles of the description and interpretation of data. Provides an acquaintance with statistical principles appropriate to a liberal arts education, as well as a basis for further work in data analysis. Students planning graduate study in any field are advised to take 300 and 302 as well.

Prerequisite: PSY 105

Detailed Course Description

The primary aim of Statistical Principles is to teach you the basic concepts and methods of probability and statistics. You will learn how to describe data, graphically represent it, and interpret its meaning. This course provides an introductory coverage of the field, one that is appropriate for a liberal arts education, as well one that provides a foundation for further study of the topic. Psych 200 is required of all psychology majors.

Textbooks and Materials

Professor David Lane, a psychologist at Rice University, has made available, free of cost, his textbook on introductory statistics. Check it out at this site: onlinestatbook.com . This is a great resource and we will use it throughout the semester. The instructor encourages you to begin exploring the site right away.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will be used in this course.

Instructor Email

gold@unm.edu

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22450 PSY 200.041 3 Statistical Principles SU 17 Second Half Term: 07/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Kruger, Eric ARR ARR Online

PSY 200.041 Statistical Principles

Catalog Description

Presentation of the basic principles of the description and interpretation of data. Provides an acquaintance with statistical principles appropriate to a liberal arts education, as well as a basis for further work in data analysis. Students planning graduate study in any field are advised to take 300 and 302 as well.

Prerequisite: PSY 105

Detailed Course Description

Presentation of basic principles of description and interpretation of data. In this course we will focus on basic descriptives, and tests for inference. There will be additional emphasis placed on doing applied projects in google sheets. This course provides an overview of statistical principles appropriate to liberal arts education, as well as a basis for further work in data analysis. Students planning graduate study in any field are advised to also take 302. Prerequisite: 105.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

We will be using an online version of Moore, The Basic Practice of Statistics. You will be required to purchase an online registration key of the MacMillian's Launchpad website for The Basic Practice of Statistics. This key is available through the bookstore. You can purchase the book with a loose leaf paper copy if you'd like (not required).

REQUIRED: Basic Practice of Statistics LaunchPad Access Card (digital only-no print book)
ISBN-13: 978-1-4641-8082-8
Net Price: $79.50

OPTIONAL: Loose Leaf BASIC PRACTICE of STATISTICS 7E & LaunchPad Access Card
ISBN-13: 9781319043704
Net price: $111.00

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

esk@unm.edu

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25245 PSY 220.040 3 Developmental Psychology SU 17 Second Half Term: 07/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Angeleri, Romina ARR ARR Online

PSY 220.040 Developmental Psychology

Catalog Description

Description of the more salient aspects of the behavior and development of children and adolescents. Particular emphasis is placed on pertinent psychological research and practical applications to the situations.

Prerequisite: 105.

Detailed Course Description

The course aims to provide a truly integrated, up-to-date introduction to developmental psychology. The course will emphasize theoretical aspects as well as applied issues, and consistently show how the major perspectives on human development must be integrated in order to meaningfully understand the development of infants, children, and adolescents. Specific topics will include: behavioral genetics, infants’ cognition, parent child relations, peer relations, language acquisition, intelligence, emotional development, and problems of social development.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Developmental Psychology: The Growth of Mind and Behavior.
Author: Frank Keil
New York, NY: Norton & Company
ISBN-13: 978-0393124019
ISBN-10: 0393124010

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used for this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

rangeleri@unm.edu

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21199 PSY 231.040 3 Psychology of Human Sexuality SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Dukes, Amber ARR ARR Online

PSY 231.040 Psychology of Human Sexuality

Catalog Description

Exploration of the physiological, cultural, social and individual factors that influence sexual behavior, sex roles and sex identity.
Prerequisite: 105

Instructor Email

adukes@salud.unm.edu

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26403 PSY 240.040 3 Brain & Behavior SU 17 Second Half Term: 07/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Clark, Vincent ARR ARR Online

PSY 240.040 Brain & Behavior

Catalog Description

A general survey of the biological foundations of behavior. Emphasis is on the central nervous system.

Prerequisite: PSY 105 or BIOL 110 or BIOL 123.

Detailed Course Description

Psychology 240 will introduce you to a number of topics concerning brain-behavior relations. Because of the breadth of the field, there will not be time to cover all of the major areas in depth, but we will cover the basic principles of brain organization and neural transmission, and explore specific topics.

This course will review in detail the neuroanatomy and physiology of the nervous system. It’s a lot of difficult material, so those without basic background knowledge of cell biology and psychology may have a difficult time keeping up.

Web Conferencing will not be used for this course. You will not need to interact in- person for this course, unless requested by the instructor. A required online orientation will take place in the course online during the first week of the semester.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Kolb, B. & Wishaw, I. Q. (2014). An Introduction to Brain and Behavior, 4th Edition. Worth Publishers, New York, NY.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

vclark@unm.edu

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24471 PSY 240.041 3 Brain & Behavior SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Rodriguez, Carlos ARR ARR Online

PSY 240.041 Brain & Behavior

Catalog Description

A general survey of the biological foundations of behavior. Emphasis is on the central nervous system.

Prerequisite: PSY 105 or BIOL 110 or BIOL 123.

Detailed Course Description

This course is an introduction to the biological foundations of human and animal behavior. The objectives of this course are to:
1. Describe the basic structure and organization of the nervous system at the macroscopic and microscopic levels.
2. Explain the fundamental electro-chemical signaling processes between the functional units of the nervous system
3. Apply the knowledge gained in the first two objectives to a diverse range of topics such as drugs & behavior, sensation & perception, learning & memory, emotion & motivation, and disorders of the nervous system among others.

While Psy 105 (intro to psychology) is the only prerequisite to enroll in Psy 240, students with a background in the biological sciences (cell biology and genetics) will likely encounter less difficulty with the material. Students are encouraged to consider their preparedness for the content as the first half of the course is strongly rooted in neuroanatomy and neurophysiology. The second half of the course will expose students to neural systems and their relationship to behavior. It is expected that high-performing students spend 3 hours outside of class for every hour they spend in class. That roughly translates to about 5 hours per day of time spent reading, studying, and taking quizzes, in addition to watching lectures. Thus students are also encouraged to consider whether they can devote that amount of time towards this course. Additional time may be required for those who lack a strong natural science background.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Kolb, Whishaw, & Teskey - Intro to Brain & Behavior 5th edition eBook with LaunchPad access code.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

ciodri@unm.edu

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24472 PSY 260.040 3 Psychology of Learning and Memory SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Butt, Allen ARR ARR Online

PSY 260.040 Psychology of Learning and Memory

Catalog Description

Survey of the variety of laboratory learning situations, with an emphasis on the application of principles to practical situations. Topics range from simple processes, such as conditioning, to complex processes, such as transfer, memory an concept formation.

Prerequisite: PSY 105.

Detailed Course Description

This course introduces students to the psychology of learning with a focus on classical conditioning and operant/instrumental conditioning. A range of experimental findings and theoretical approaches to understanding conditioning phenomenon are presented along with real-world examples.

Students are also introduced to the brain mechanisms involved in different kinds of learning and memory. A variety of clinical applications of learning principles are also explored.

See “Weekly Overviews” in Blackboard for specific student learning outcomes for each section of the course.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Learning and Memory, by Gluck, Mercado, & Myers (3rd Edition)

ISBN-13: 978-1-4641-0593-7

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

allenbutt@unm.edu

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26795 PSY 265.001 3 Cognitive Psychology SU 17 Second Half Term: 07/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Ruthruff, Eric ARR ARR Online

PSY 265.001 Cognitive Psychology

Catalog Description

Study of the cognitive processes involved in the encoding, storage, retrieval and use of knowledge including attention, memory, comprehension, categorization, reasoning, problem solving and language.

Prerequisite: PSY 105.

Detailed Course Description

This course is about how people "think" – how they perceive, focus, remember, learn, reason, solve problems, and make decisions. Most people take these mental processes for granted until they fail (sometimes spectacularly). In this course, we will break this human information processing down into its component processes and component mental faculties, aiming to uncover their inner workings (which are often quite counterintuitive and fascinating). This course is not only about gaining a deeper understanding human cognition, but also about the research methods used to gain that knowledge, and the application of that knowledge to real-world situations.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

You are required to get either a hard copy or electronic version of the textbook. I strongly recommend getting the official version with Revel access because it will help your grade. You can do a 14-day free trial once the semester starts.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

ruthruff@unm.edu

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24473 PSY 271.040 3 Social Psychology SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Sarafin, Ruth ARR ARR Online

PSY 271.040 Social Psychology

Catalog Description

Study of social influence: perception of oneself and others, attitudes, conformity, attraction, altruism, aggression, and groups.

Prerequisite: 105

Instructor Email

sarafin@unm.edu

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26404 PSY 271.041 3 Social Psychology SU 17 Second Half Term: 07/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Perea, Elaine ARR ARR Online

PSY 271.041 Social Psychology

Catalog Description

Study of social influence: perception of oneself and others, attitudes, conformity, attraction, altruism, aggression, and groups.

Prerequisite: 105

Detailed Course Description

Social Psychology is the scientific study of how people's thoughts, feelings, and actions are influenced by the real or imagined presence of others. You will learn about causes of your own behavior and that of the people you interact with, as well as gaining a greater understanding of the social world. The information you learn and the critical thinking skills you develop are applicable to many (maybe even most) careers.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Social Psychology, Forth Edition. Tom Gilovich, Dacher Keltner, Serena Chen, and Richard E. Nisbett.?W. W. Norton & Company, Inc. An e-book version of this book is available for purchase at www.NortonEbooks.com, and it is available online or as a download. An online textbook is not required, but access to some version is a requirement.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

efperea@unm.edu

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26277 PSY 280.040 3 Health Psychology SU 17 Second Half Term: 07/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Forman, David ARR ARR Online

PSY 280.040 Health Psychology

Catalog Description

This course introduces Health Psychology. The course will cover the role of stress in illness, coping with chronic illness, stress, and pain, and the role of health behavior in health and disease. Prerequisite: Psychology 105 General Psychology

Detailed Course Description

This course is designed to provide a basic introduction to the field of Health Psychology. It will cover the most important aspects of Health Psychology including the major models of health behavior change, the role of stress in health and illness, coping with chronic illness and pain,and the role of health behavior in the prevention and the development of chronic disease. It will prepare students for more advanced study in Health Psychology.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Health Psychology: An Introduction to Behavior and Health (2013, 8th Edition OR 2009, 7th edition), by Linda Brannon, Jess Feist, and John Updegraff.

All additional material will be provided by the instructor.

Face to Face Meetings

There will be no mandatory face-to-face meetings for the course, however, I will be available for any students wishing to meet in person. I will also provide "office hours" each week when I will be available by phone. (days and times TBD)

Instructor Email

dpforman@unm.edu

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21198 PSY 302.040 3 Psychological Research Techniques SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Janowich, Jacki ARR ARR Online

PSY 302.040 Psychological Research Techniques

Catalog Description

Application of the concepts covered in PSY 200. Includes discussion of basic principles of research design and scientific methodology as applied to psychology.

Prerequisite: PSY 200

Detailed Course Description

During this course, you will be expected to read and analyze scientific journal articles, compare the utility of different research methodologies, and integrate what you have learned into designing and writing your own scientific research proposal.

This course strongly encourages students to think critically and distill information from various sources. As such, your progress will be assessed by 1) open-book, un-timed quizzes which require you to apply your knowledge of research methods, 2) journal article critiques, and 3) a research proposal on the topic of your choice.

After this course, you should understand how research develops from a well thought-out question to a specific set of results and conclusions, and have a deeper appreciation for all of the decisions and methodological steps that go on in between.

Textbooks and Materials

You will NOT need to purchase a textbook for this course. The main reference text (see below*) will be posted on UNM Learn as a (free) PDF, as will other course material.

You will (learn to) access journal articles through UNM's online/remote journal library.

*Anol Bhattacherjee
Social Science Research: Principles, Methods, and
Practices
http://scholarcommons.usf.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1002&context=oa_textbooks

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

jjanowich@unm.edu

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24474 PSY 302.041 3 Psychological Research Techniques SU 17 Second Half Term: 07/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Goldsmith, Timothy ARR ARR Online

PSY 302.041 Psychological Research Techniques

Catalog Description

Application of the concepts covered in PSY 200. Includes discussion of basic principles of research design and scientific methodology as applied to psychology.

Prerequisite: PSY 200

Detailed Course Description

The primary aim of Psychological Research Techniques is to increase your understanding of how the scientific method is used to investigate questions about human behavior. You will learn how to formulate and test hypotheses, carry out experimental control, design experiments, evaluate results, and present your findings to others. At the end of the course, you should be a much wiser consumer of research, including common research findings reported in the media. In addition, you will be in a better position to read and understand psychological research presented in professional journals.

Textbooks and Materials

We will be using a free, electronic textbook for this course. If you want to purchase a more traditional textbook you might consider Schweigert, W. A. Research Methods in Psychology, Waveland Press, Long Grove, IL. Schweigert's book is relatively inexpensive that has good coverage of the essential topics in research methods. A more expensive hardback version is Cozby, Paul C. Methods in Behavioral Research, McGraw Hill. Cozby's text comes both in an electronic version and paper copy.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

gold@unm.edu

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23535 PSY 324.040 3 Infant Development SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Lesnik, Paul ARR ARR Online

PSY 324.040 Infant Development

Catalog Description

An advanced course that presents theory and research on the physical, cognitive, social, emotional, perceptual and motor development in the first two years of life.

Detailed Course Description

This course is an introduction to Infancy and Early Childhood Development, with a focus on birth to age 3. We will examine the following topics from our textbook, supplemented with current research findings: Genetics, Conception, and Prenatal Development; Birth and the Newborn; Physical Growth, Health, and Nutrition; Sensation, Perception, and Motor Development; Cognition, Learning, and Intelligence; Language and Communication; Relationships and Social Development; Temperament, Emotions, and the Self; and, Child Care and Early Intervention. Additionally, the ages birth to 3 years is one of two developmental time periods (the other is adolescence) which is crucial to optimum development of the brain. We will discuss recent results from research in developmental neuroscience, particularly from neuroimaging studies, regarding recent discoveries about the developing brain during birth to 3 years. Finally, toward the end of the course when we examine Child Care and Early Intervention topics, we will discuss mental disorders that are usually diagnosed in early childhood, such as Autism Spectrum Disorders.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Infancy: Development From Birth to Age 3, 2/E
Dana Gross
ISBN-10: 0205734197
ISBN-13: 9780205734191
Publisher: Pearson
Copyright: 2011

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

lesnik@unm.edu

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21197 PSY 329.040 3 Adolescent Psychology
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SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Bryan, Cheryl ARR ARR Online

PSY 329.040 Adolescent Psychology

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The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

Empirical study of adolescent development from different theoretical perspectives. Organization of individual social patterns through cultural and historical transitions and interplay between risk and protective factors in healthy development as well as deviant behaviors.

Prerequisite: PSY 200 and PSY 220.

Detailed Course Description

Welcome to Adolescent Psychology! This advanced psychology course is focused on the normative developmental period of organization and transition called adolescence. Generally, we examine topics that become important for the first time during this period of human development. You will also learn about research approaches used to study adolescent development.
The following are some of the questions we will discuss and learn more about during the semester: How do we define “adolescence”? What physical, cognitive, and social changes occur during adolescence? What are healthy and problem behaviors in which adolescents engage? How do family and social environments affect adolescents? Do adolescents from all cultural and ethnic groups have similar experiences?

This is not an easy course: Students enrolling for this course should be prepared for a demanding, upper level course. Although you are not in a physical classroom, you will still need to devote that same time to learning, as well as set aside time for preparation, studying and assignments/ assessments (just as you would in a face-to-face classroom). This is not a correspondence course—there are weekly assignments, and you must keep up with the work.

Please email me if you would like a copy of the syllabus for this course(cbryan@unm.edu).

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information. Textbooks are also available through other local or online retailers.

Adolescence, by Laurence Steinberg, 11th Edition

Orientation

An online orientation will be required for this course and will take place in the course during the first week of class. This orientation is a "Get to know you" discussion post. The requirement is an initial post introducing yourself, and two replies to two other students' posts. Please note that Chapter 1 will also be covered the first week of classes.

Face to Face Meetings

Face-to-face meetings will be optional for this course by appointment. The instructor is available to meet in-person at either UNM Main or UNM West campus.

Web Conferencing

There are no Web Conferencing Sessions; however, there are short audio recordings of a lecture (apx. 30 minutes) for each chapter, and there are downloadable PowerPoint slides that coincide with the lecture to use for note-taking. You will need the ability to hear sound from your computer.

The instructor will be available to meet online through skype.

Testing

There are three exams, all have 50 questions each, and cover specific chapters. The exams are open for 75 minutes, and questions are posted one at a time, so it is important to take exams on a computer with a dependable Internet connection. There is an opportunity to write a paper to replace your lowest of Exam 1 or 2 score, but not Exam 3.

Chapter quizzes: Worth a total of 3 points that consist of 15 questions. You may take the quizzes as often as you want (while the chapter module is open), with your highest score counting toward your grade.

There are 6 discussions, one approximately every two weeks. You submit an initial discussion post by Thursday on the week they are required, and two responses to other students' posts by Sunday of that week. Initial discussion posts are expected to be thorough, and are not personal perspective type assignments.

Instructor Email

cbryan@unm.edu

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24984 PSY 331.041 3 Psychology of Personality SU 17 Second Half Term: 07/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Alley, Stephen ARR ARR Online

PSY 331.041 Psychology of Personality

Catalog Description

Survey of theory, research and applications of both classical and contemporary approaches to the study of personality.

Prerequisite: 200 and 220.

Instructor Email

ssalley@unm.edu

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25728 PSY 332.041 3 Abnormal Behavior SU 17 Second Half Term: 07/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Borders, Adrienne ARR ARR Online

PSY 332.041 Abnormal Behavior

Catalog Description

Review of the historical, scientific and ethical issues in the field of psychopathology. Categorization of deviant behavior, theories of abnormal behavior, systems of therapy and relevant research are covered.

Prerequisite: PSY 105.

Detailed Course Description

This course will provide a survey of psychological disorders and their symptoms along with an examination of the theoretical bases for categorizing mental illness and treatment modalities. Coursework will include weekly assignments and two open-book exams.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Required text: Butcher, Hooley, & Mineka. Abnormal Psychology, 16th ed. ISBN 978-0-205-94428-6

**Please note the edition and feel free to contact me with questions.**

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

borders@unm.edu

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26405 PSY 332.042 3 Abnormal Behavior SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Lopez, Gabriela ARR ARR Online

PSY 332.042 Abnormal Behavior

Catalog Description

Review of the historical, scientific and ethical issues in the field of psychopathology. Categorization of deviant behavior, theories of abnormal behavior, systems of therapy and relevant research are covered.

Prerequisite: PSY 105.

Detailed Course Description

This course aims to introduce you to the topic of abnormal psychology as it relates to the science of psychology and to develop your ability to think critically about abnormal behavior.

The course will cover:
1. The history of abnormal psychology
2. Research methodologies used in the area
3. Theoretical models used to conceptualize psychopathology and disordered behavior
4. Disorders included in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual for Mental Disorders (DSM-5
5. Current and past treatments for the disorders discussed.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Hooley, Butcher, Nock & Mineka, 17th Edition. Available in our bookstore as an e-book, binder and also through Amazon. ISBN-13: 978-0133852059

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

glopez28@unm.edu

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25246 PSY 344.040 3 Human Neuropsychology SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Clark, Benjamin ARR ARR Online

PSY 344.040 Human Neuropsychology

Catalog Description

The analysis of brain-behavior relationships regarding affect and higher cognitive functions (language, memory, spatial reasoning) in humans.

Prerequisite: PSY 240.

Detailed Course Description

This course may require web conferencing or on campus face to face meetings. Contact your instructor for more information

Textbooks and Materials

Textbooks for this course are available through the UNM bookstore: Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Kolb & Whishaw, Fundamentals of Human Neuropsychology, 7th Edition, 1429282959 (1-4292-8295-9)

Instructor Email

bnjclark@unm.edu

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24475 PSY 347.040 3 Drugs and Behavior SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Pentkowski, Nathan ARR ARR Online

PSY 347.040 Drugs and Behavior

Catalog Description

Study of the pharmacological action and physiological and psychological effects of drugs of abuse including stimulants, depressants, narcotics and hallucinogens.

Prerequisite: 240.

Detailed Course Description

PSY 347 provides a general introduction to the effects of major classes of psychoactive drugs on the central nervous system, emphasizing the relationship between biological, psychological and behavioral effects of drugs.

The course objective is to introduce you to the chemical basis of behavior, and how various drugs influence the biological and psychological aspects of behavior. The course will provide a general introduction to the basics of neuropsychopharmacology, including the chemical basis and structure of the nervous system. The major classes of drugs (e.g., stimulants, sedative hypnotics, depressants, antidepressants, antipsychotics, analgesics, anxiolytics, and psychedelic drugs) will be discussed, emphasizing their biological actions and their therapeutic uses for treating neuropsychological disorders.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Title: Psychopharmacology: Drugs the Brain, and Behavior, 2nd edition.
Authors: Jerrold S. Meyer and Linda F. Quenzer
ISBN: 978-0-87893-510-9
Comments: previous edition is likely acceptable

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

pentkowski@unm.edu

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26278 PSY 360.040 3 Human Learning and Memory SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Jackson, Eric ARR ARR Online

PSY 360.040 Human Learning and Memory

Catalog Description

How humans acquire and use knowledge. Theoretical and applied issues discussed around the topics of memory structures, attention, forgetting, mnemonics, imagery and individual differences in memory.

Prerequisite: 260 or 265.

Detailed Course Description

This course will use narrated PowerPoint lectures. You'll be able to access a stripped-down version of the lecture slides that you can use to take notes. There is no textbook required because the Quizzes and Discussions will be based on the material covered in lectures.

Textbooks and Materials

No textbooks are required.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

ejackson@unm.edu

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21201 PSY 364.040 3 Psychology of Perception SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Rudder, Danielle ARR ARR Online

PSY 364.040 Psychology of Perception

Catalog Description

Study of the methods organisms use to gain information about objects. The sensory processes are discussed as a basis for description of more complex perceptual phenomena. Prerequisite: PSY 260 or PSY 265

Detailed Course Description

In this course we will cover vision, audition, attention, olfactory perception, and taste. Quizzes will be required via UNM Learn, and copies of the PowerPoints from class will be online for review. I encourage discussions during class. Students are welcome to contact me via e-mail or phone if they have questions, or we can meet in person as well.

There is no required text for the class. Textbooks are very expensive and become outdated quickly. I will assign brief, recent journal articles for review and discussion during the class.

If a student needs to miss class, I will require an explanation as to why. Approved absences with a viable reason are allowable. Excessive absences require documentation.

Textbooks and Materials

I am not requiring a textbook. I will provide current journal articles for review and discussion.

Web Conferencing

Any student is welcome to meet with me as needed. They also can call or e-mail me. Purposes of meetings (regardless of whether they are in person) are to discuss questions about the class, progress in the class, or other issues that may be affecting students' schoolwork. In-person meetings can be scheduled as needed.

Instructor Email

drudder@unm.edu

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26406 PSY 374.040 3 Cross-cultural Psychology SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Vicuna, Belinda ARR ARR Online

PSY 374.040 Cross-cultural Psychology

Catalog Description

Impact of culture on human behavior, learning, personality and other selected topics is examined. Course emphasizes critical analysis, discussion and writing about cross-cultural research and theory.

Prerequisite: 220 or 271.

Instructor Email

BVicuna@salud.unm.edu

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26401 PSY 375.040 3 Psychology of Women SU 17 Second Half Term: 07/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Stein, Elizabeth ARR ARR Online

PSY 375.040 Psychology of Women

Catalog Description

Survey of research and theory on gender-role stereotypes and gender differences in such contexts as interpersonal relations, the family, the work force, mass media, mental and physical health.

Prerequisite: 105.

Instructor Email

steine@salud.unm.edu

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24477 PSY 376.040 3 The Psychology of Love
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SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Gagnon, Bruno ARR ARR Online

PSY 376.040 The Psychology of Love

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The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

An in-depth examination of the universal human experience of love. This course explores the full range of theories on love, including biological, taxonomical, implicit, developmental, cultural, and evolutionary. PSY 220-Developmental Psychology is recommended.

Prerequisite: 105.

Detailed Course Description

Love...What is it? Can we define it? What causes love, and what dooms it? No single theory adequately answers all our questions about the nature of love, yet there are many theories that can contribute to our understanding of it. We will explore the full range of psychological theories on love - biological, taxonomical, implicit, cultural - focusing on the latest research and data in the field. Topics include, but are not limited to: The psychopharmacology of love, attachment, temperament, and other developmental correlates, evolutionary approaches to love and mate selection, theories of attraction and mate selection, and pathological love. Prerequisite: PSY 105

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Sternberg R. & Weis, K. (Eds.) 2008. The New Psychology of Love. Yale University Press
978-0-300-13617-3

Fisher, H. (2016). Anatomy of Love: A Natural History of Mating, Marriage, and Why We Stray. Norton
978-0-393-28522-2

All other readings scanned and posted on Learn.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

bornet@unm.edu

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21659 PSY 400.040 3 History of Psychology SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Gagnon, Bruno ARR ARR Online

PSY 400.040 History of Psychology

Catalog Description

An introduction to the major developments and individuals in the history of psychology.

Prerequisite: any 300-level psychology course.

Detailed Course Description

An introduction to the major developments and individuals in the history of psychology. The courses traces the history of modern psychology from ancient philosophical thought to contemporary psychological theory.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

B. R. Hergenhahn (2014). An Introduction to the History of Psychology, 7th Edition (hard copy or e-book) ISBN: 978-1-133-95809-3

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used.

Instructor Email

bornet@unm.edu

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25865 PSY 430.041 3 Alcoholism SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Viljoen, Simone ARR ARR Online

PSY 430.041 Alcoholism

Catalog Description

Causes, course, prevention and treatment of problem drinking.
Prerequisite: PSY 332

Detailed Course Description

This is an advanced psychology course designed for those with an interest in the nature and treatment of alcohol problems. What causes alcohol problems? Do they run in families? How can they be treated? Can a person cure their own alcohol problems? Do families get sick along with the alcoholic? Are some cultural and ethnic groups more prone to alcohol problems than others? These are some of the questions we will learn more about this semester. This course will NOT prepare students to provide treatment for individuals with alcohol use disorders (although you will learn about treatments).

Prerequisite: PSY 332

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Alcohol, other drugs, and behavior 2/E by John Jung ISBN: 9781412967648
Text is available for rent on Amazon, valorebooks and other online rental companies.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

sviljoen@unm.edu

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25248 PSY 434.040 3 Behavior Therapies SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Knight, Jeanne ARR ARR Online

PSY 434.040 Behavior Therapies

Catalog Description

A survey of clinical behavior therapies, including techniques based upon learning theory, self-control, cognitive and social psychological principles. Emphasis is upon treatment outcome research and the practical application of methods to client's life problems.

Prerequisite: 332

Detailed Course Description

This course is of value to both clinical and non-clinical students. It focuses on skills needed to facilitate behavioral change using principles drawn from learning theory. The class provides opportunities for developing clinical skills. There are hands on assignments which permit students to experience the process of behavioral change using techniques and skills from the class to implement a behavioral self-change project on themselves. Past students have found this practical experience to be highly beneficial both personally and professionally.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Craighead, Craighead, Kazdin, & Mahoney (1993). Cognitive and Behavioral Interventions. Pearson Higher Education.
ISBN-10: 0-205-14586-8
ISBN-13: 978-0-205-14586-7

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

brainstate@gmail.com

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26591 PSY 450.001 3 St: The Dreaming Brain SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Butt, Allen ARR ARR Online

PSY 450.001 St: The Dreaming Brain

Catalog Description

Study of any psychological topic not otherwise included in the curriculum upon expression of mutual interest by students and faculty.

Instructor Email

allenbutt@unm.edu

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23538 PSY 450.041 3 ST: Men and Masculinities SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Gagnon, Bruno ARR ARR Online

PSY 450.041 ST: Men and Masculinities

Catalog Description

Study of any psychological topic not otherwise included in the curriculum upon expression of mutual interest by students and faculty.

Detailed Course Description

This course is an interdisciplinary exploration of masculinity. We will explore the construction and meaning of masculinity and how maleness is gendered. There is not one version of masculinity but rather multiple masculinities influenced by biology, gender, race, ethnicity, age, class, nationality, sexuality, disability and subcultures. As such, we will be conducting an intersectional exploration into how masculinity is embodied and lived out in American culture.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Pascoe C. J. & Bridges Tristan Eds. ( 2016). Exploring Masculinities: Identity, Inequality, Continuity, and Change. Oxford Press
ISBN: 978-0-19-931576-3

All additional readings scanned and found on Learn.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

bornet@unm.edu

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25502 PSY 450.042 3 ST: Forensic Psychology SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Viljoen, Simone ARR ARR Online

PSY 450.042 ST: Forensic Psychology

Catalog Description

Study of any psychological topic not otherwise included in the curriculum upon expression of mutual interest by students and faculty.

Detailed Course Description

This is an advanced psychology course designed for those with an interest in the field of forensic psychology. Forensic psychology applies psychological art and science to legal and quasi-legal problems. Topics will include police psychology, expert testimony, jury decision-making, mental illness and the courts, eye-witness testimony, special populations (e.g. violent offenders, mentally ill offenders, and sexual offenders), criminal behavior, risk assessment, psychopathy, and correctional assessment and treatment.

Pre-requisites: Abnormal Psychology PSY 332.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Introduction to forensic psychology: Research and application 4/E. By Bartol, C. R., & Bartol, A. M. (2014). ISBN: 9781483365312

Text available for rent from amazon, valorebooks, and other online rental companies.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

sviljoen@unm.edu

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26281 PSY 450.044 3 ST: Eating Disorders/Obesity SU 17 Second Half Term: 07/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Smith, Jamie ARR ARR Online

PSY 450.044 ST: Eating Disorders/Obesity

Catalog Description

Study of any psychological topic not otherwise included in the curriculum upon expression of mutual interest by students and faculty.

Detailed Course Description

The course will cover body image and body dissatisfaction. Precursors to body dissatisfaction will be reviewed before introducing students to eating disorder diagnoses including: Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, and Binge Eating Disorder. Within each disorder students will be presented with: etiology, clinical case examples, typical development information, diagnosis criteria, and treatment options. Next, the course will transition into covering topics related to obesity including: fat-phobia, weight management programs, childhood obesity, and food insecurity.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Eating Disorders and Obesity, Kelly D. Brownell and B. Timothy Walsh, ISBN hardcover- 9781462529063; e-Book- 9781462529087.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

jamie999@unm.edu

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Public Administration
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
26718 PADM 521.002 3 Institutional Development and Behavior SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Rivera, Mario MW 1900-2130 Online

PADM 521.002 Institutional Development and Behavior

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: MW
Meeting Times: 1900-2130 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

Survey of theories of public organization, principles for planning in the public sector, methods of developing organizations, implementing changes and adapting to operational demands. Major issues of human behavior related to ethics and productivity.

Restriction: permission of academic advisor.

Instructor Email

marivera@unm.edu

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24803 PADM 522.080 3 Program Evaluation SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Rivera, Mario TR 1900-2130 Online

PADM 522.080 Program Evaluation

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: TR
Meeting Times: 1900-2130 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

This course is intended to provide an advanced introduction to the theory and practice of program evaluation, along with policy analysis and evaluation.

Restriction: permission of academic advisor.

Detailed Course Description

Topics to be considered include evaluation of programs involving public-private partnerships in networked collaborative systems, in substantive areas that range across K-12 and postsecondary education, public health, welfare and social services, economic development workforce training/retraining, and social marketing media campaigns. There will be close review of every stage of evaluation, from evaluation planning and design to process and impact evaluations. The course will aim to equip students to undertake program evaluation, as well as related performance assessment, and to do so strategically, in ways that are methodologically sound.

This is not an online course, but a classroom course augmented by online access for students accessing it through Zoom. Regular attendance and participation in the class are required and considered in determinations of final grades.

Textbooks and Materials

One required text--all other materials provided on UNM LEARN:

A Practical Guide to Program Evaluation Planning, Debra J. Holden & Marc A. Zimmerman, 2008, Paperback, Sage Publications, ISBN 9781412967754

One recommended text--key parts of the text will be provided, however, on UNM LEARN:
Practical Program Evaluation: Assessing and Improving Planning, Implementation, and Effectiveness, Huey-Tsyh Chen, Paperback, 2005, Sage Publications, ISBN 9780761902331. Only the 2005 edition will be used.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Testing

There are no exams in this class. Group presentations and a paper assignment are the sources of grade, along with class attendance and participation.

Instructor Email

marivera@unm.edu

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25075 PADM 590.080 3 Sem: Healthcare Ethics SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Aldrich, Ronald TR 1600-1830 Online

PADM 590.080 Sem: Healthcare Ethics

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: TR
Meeting Times: 1600-1830 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

Seminars scheduled from time to time on issues and topics requiring additional focus in public administration. See course offerings each semester for seminars.

Restriction: permission of academic advisor.

Instructor Email

raldrich@unm.edu

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25527 PADM 590.081 3 Sem: Health Care Payment Systems and other Benefit Issues SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Pendergast, James TR 1600-1830 Online

PADM 590.081 Sem: Health Care Payment Systems and other Benefit Issues

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: TR
Meeting Times: 1600-1830 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

Seminars scheduled from time to time on issues and topics requiring additional focus in public administration. See course offerings each semester for seminars.

Restriction: permission of academic advisor.

Instructor Email


pend@unm.edu

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21747 PADM 590.082 3 Sem: Emergency Mgt in US for Pub Man and Pub Health SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Cahill, Anthony MW 1600-1830 Online

PADM 590.082 Sem: Emergency Mgt in US for Pub Man and Pub Health

Required Synchronous Meetings:

Meeting Days: MW
Meeting Times: 1600-1830 (Mountain Time)
This online course has required regular meeting times and is delivered using interactive webcasting technology. Interactive webcasting allows classes offered at main campus to be sent simultaneously to designated sites or directly to you over the internet.
For success in this course you are required to:
  • Access the course during scheduled meeting times using your personal computer or mobile device.
  • Have ready access to a high speed internet connection.
  • Have a web camera and microphone.
The interactive nature of this course means you will be synchronously participating in the class with students from the main campus, designated sites, and personal computers.

Catalog Description

Seminars scheduled from time to time on issues and topics requiring additional focus in public administration. See course offerings each semester for seminars.

Restriction: permission of academic advisor.

Instructor Email

ACahill@salud.unm.edu

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Public Health
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
26410 PH 101.001 3 Introduction to Population Health SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Olds, Robert ARR ARR Online

PH 101.001 Introduction to Population Health

Catalog Description

Introduction to Population Health provides a population perspective on the multi-level (ecologic) determinants of health, disease and injury; the programs, policies and services that protect and promote health and prevent disease; and the analytic tools used by population health professionals.

Instructor Email

ROlds@salud.unm.edu

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26411 PH 102.001 3 Global Health Challenges and Responses SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Olds, Robert ARR ARR Online

PH 102.001 Global Health Challenges and Responses

Catalog Description

Global health is concerned with developing theories and methods to understand the roots of social, economic, political and environmental determinants of health, with a focus on the nature of health inequalities across the world.

Detailed Course Description

The course will introduce students to the main concepts of global public health, and the critical links between public health and social and economic development. Students will get an overview of the determinants of health, how health status is measured, and the influences of various factors, including social, economic, and political issues on the health of individuals and of communities. Students will also review the burden of disease, who is most affected by different disease burdens, risk factors, and key measures to address the burden of disease in cost-effective ways. Special attention will be paid to health system issues. The course will also introduce students to key concerns regarding nutrition, reproductive health, infectious disease, and chronic diseases. The course will cover key concepts and frameworks, but be very practical in orientation. The course will be global in coverage, but with a focus on low- and middle-income countries, the health of the poor, and equity and inequality.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

The textbook is: Skolnick, Richard, 2015. Global Health 101 (Essentials of Global Health. 2nd or 3rd Ed.), published by Jones and Bartlett Learning.
There will also be a download of a document that is available for free.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

ROlds@salud.unm.edu

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Radiologic Sciences
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
22275 RADS 406.001 3 Medical Imaging Theory III SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Greer, Elizabeth ARR ARR Online

RADS 406.001 Medical Imaging Theory III

Catalog Description

The course offers students the opportunity to engage in community service and field experience. Students are exposed to the theories and practices of community service, information literacy, patient care, team building and leadership activities. Restriction: enrolled in Radiologic Sciences Program and permission of instructor.

Instructor Email

EJGreer@salud.unm.edu

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21972 RADS 412.002 1 Computed Tomography Physics Review SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Roberts, Kathlynn ARR ARR Online

RADS 412.002 Computed Tomography Physics Review

Catalog Description

Course provides instruction in physics and instrumentation related to computed tomography including the history of the development of computed tomography, system operation and components, image formation and reconstruction, characteristics of image quality, and artifact recognition/ reduction.

Instructor Email

kkrobe@salud.unm.edu

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24623 RADS 422.002 3 Computed Tomography Clinical III SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Roberts, Kathlynn ARR ARR Online

RADS 422.002 Computed Tomography Clinical III

Catalog Description

Course is a continuation of RADS 420 and provides additional clinical instruction in computed tomography including the system operation and components, image formation and reconstruction, characteristics of image quality, and artifact recognition and reduction.

Instructor Email

kkrobe@salud.unm.edu

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Religion
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
26291 RELG 107.001 3 Living World Religions SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Wolne, Daniel ARR ARR Online

RELG 107.001 Living World Religions

Catalog Description

Introduction to major living world religions, such as Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam and Judaism.

Instructor Email

dsw1@unm.edu

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24466 RELG 107.003 3 Living World Religions SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Candelaria, Michael ARR ARR Online

RELG 107.003 Living World Religions

Catalog Description

Introduction to major living world religions, such as Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam and Judaism.

Detailed Course Description

Introduction to major living world religions, such as Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Daoism, Confucianism,Islam and Judaism. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area V: Humanities and Fine Arts (NMCCN 1113).

Course begins with a study of the basic concepts and theories used in the study of religion. Then, a study of indigenous and primordial religions--Native American, South American, African, ancient Egyptian and Mesopotamian, ancient Greece and Roman--sets the stage for a survey of the major world religions current today. We will examine their histories, beliefs, practices, institutions, founders, symbols, doctrines of the afterlife, and so on. The goal is to educate the student and to facilitate the growth and development of tolerance and empathy toward others.

Students will be required to post discussions and replies, there will be quizzes on each module, and one 5 page essay will be required.

There are no required meetings or conferences.

Textbooks and Materials

Textbook, Dr. Candelaria, Introduction to World Religions, is available for free on Learn. It will be available the first day of class when access to the Learn site is open for students.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

mcandel@unm.edu

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23356 RELG 263.002 3 Eastern Religions
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SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Gerber, Lisa ARR ARR Online

RELG 263.002 Eastern Religions

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The Golden PAW certification recognizes that this course and instructor met the UNM Online Course Best Practices Review Standards. For more information please see our website.

Catalog Description

A study of major Asian traditions, such as Taoism, Hinduism and Buddhism.

Detailed Course Description

This course is a survey of the Eastern religious traditions of Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism, Sikhism, Daoism, Confucianism, and Shinto. We will be studying the main philosophical ideas of these religious traditions and pulling out the wisdom in these traditions. To do this, we will look at explanations of the religious traditions as well as primary texts, art, and culture. Pulling out the wisdom in each tradition allows us to understand and appreciate other religious traditions. Through this course you will be able to develop a solid understanding of Eastern religious traditions.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Required Texts
Feiser J. & Powers J., (2014). Scriptures of the World’s Religions: Custom Edition Eastern Religions New York: McGraw Hill Custom text: ISBN: 9781308661797
(or you can order the Custom Ebook: ISBN 9781308661803)
Nesbitt, E. (2016). Sikhism: A Very Short Introduction. Second Edition Oxford: Oxford University Press
Easwaran, E., (2004), Bhagavad Gita. Boston: Shambhala Press
Easwaran, E. (2005) Dhammapada Tomales, CA: Nilgiri Press
Lao Tzu and Addiss, S. &Lombardo, S. translators (1993) Tao Te Ching, Indianapolis: Hackett Publishing Company
*Please note that you can use any edition for the three primary texts (Bhagavad Gita, Dhammapada, and Tao Te Ching). You can find these in the library.
** You can also order our textbook as an ebook by following the steps below:
1. Go to http://create.mheducation.com/shop/
2. Search for and select book by Title, ISBN, Author, or State/School.
ISBN: 9781308661803
Title: Eastern Religions
3. Add the book to your cart and pay using a credit card.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will be optional.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will be optional.

Instructor Email

lgerber@unm.edu

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Sociology
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
20082 SOC 101.003 3 Introduction to Sociology SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Torrez, Diana ARR ARR Online

SOC 101.003 Introduction to Sociology

Catalog Description

Basic concepts, topics and theories of contemporary sociology. Meets New Mexico Lower Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area IV: Social/Behavioral Sciences (NMCCN 1113). Prerequisite for more advanced courses in sociology.

Detailed Course Description

This course will introduce students to the fundamental concepts and principles of sociology. Topics include the study of cultures, patterns of social values, social institutions, stratification, and social change.

Course Goals/Objectives
- identify the main components of a sociological perspective as contrasted with a common sense perspective
- apply key theoretical frameworks to such institutionalized spheres as family, work, and the economy
- explain sociologically how social structures and cultures serve both to facilitate as well as to constrain people's actions and interactions
- identify components of social stratification as rooted in such characteristics as race, gender, class, and age
- identify social, cultural, and economic differences among developed and newly developing countries
- describe the importance of population growth and decline for society
- summarize current patterns of global stratification
- apply skills in critical thinking as well as research and writing to topics important to your own outlook and perspective

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Orientation

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Face to Face Meetings

Students can arrange F2F individual meeting during office hours.

Web Conferencing

Web Conferencing will not be used for this course.

Testing

All exams will be completed online.

Instructor Email

dtorrez7@unm.edu

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26694 SOC 371.001 3 Sociological Theory SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Adele, Niame ARR ARR Online

SOC 371.001 Sociological Theory

Catalog Description

The study of 19th century sociological theory, with particular emphasis on Marx, Durkheim and Weber.
Prerequisite: SOC 101.

Detailed Course Description

Sociological theory introduces the student to classical theoretical models and contemporary models that follow from them.
This is an upper division course and students are expected to be ready to read a lot of materials, analyze them sociologically, and write about concrete applications visible in the world.

Summer courses happen in half the time of a regular semester course, so students must keep up with the course schedule.
Classical and contemporary readings are included along with videos that illustrate and utilize the concepts that we deal with. A variety of exercises are included to allow students interaction with their colleagues in the course.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

There is one textbook required, but other required materials are included in the course.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Communication should happen primarily through the course message/mail tool. Students who may find they need a personal meeting with the instructor may set that up individually. As a summer online course the instructor will not be holding regular office hours.

Testing

Exams will all be online, cover textbook materials and lecture notes. There will be a small exam for each learning module.

Instructor Email

niame@unm.edu

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25700 SOC 398.001 3 ST: Contemporary Feminist Theory SU 17 Second Half Term: 07/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Mazumdar, Rinita ARR ARR Online

SOC 398.001 ST: Contemporary Feminist Theory

Catalog Description

Special Topics

Instructor Email

rinita_mazumdar@yahoo.com

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26450 SOC 424.001 3 Race, Class, and Crime SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Olson, Colin ARR ARR Online

SOC 424.001 Race, Class, and Crime

Catalog Description

This class will examine the relationships between race, ethnicity, socio-economic status and involvement in criminal behavior, focusing on the influence of structural, cultural and historical influences. We will also explore contemporary criminal justice issues pertaining to race and class.

Prerequisite: 312 and 313.

Detailed Course Description

This class will examine the relationships between race/ethnicity, socio-economic status and involvement in criminal behavior, focusing on the influence of structural, cultural and historical influences. We will also explore contemporary criminal justice issues pertaining to race and class. We being the course with a much cited and widely discussed article by Sampson and Wilson, titled “A Theory of Race, Crime, and Urban Inequality”. We follow this with a few essays from a recent book titled Deadly Injustice: Trayvon Martin, Race, and the Criminal Justice System. Next we turn back to William Julius Wilson and his recent book More than Just Race: Being Black and Poor in the Inner City, which lays out the a contextual understanding of both structural and cultural force and how to think about them. Then we turn to Lisa Marie Cacho’s book Social Death: Racialized Rightlessness and the Criminalization of the Unprotected, which, according to the author “examines how human value is made intelligible through racialized, sexualized, spatialized, and state-sanctioned violences” (p. 4). We follow with a discussion of Victor M. Rios’ book Punished: Policing the Lives of Black and Latino Boys, which explores the complex relationships Black and Latino boys have with a “crime control complex” embedded in the institutions of these young men’s lives. Finally, we end with a discussion of Michelle Alexander’s book The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness, where she lays out her arguments for the reasons and ramification of mass incarceration and its racial dimensions.

Course Readings (in the order we will read them):

1. William J. Willson. 2009. More than Just Race: Being Black and Poor in the Inner City (Issues of Our Time). Norton (ISBN: 978-0393337631).
2. Lisa Marie Cacho. 2012 Social Death: Racialized Rightlessness and the Criminalization of the Unprotected (Nation of Nations). NYU Press. (ISBN: 978-0814723760)
3. Victor M. Rios. 2011. Punished: Policing the Lives of Black and Latino Boys. NYU Press.
4. Michelle Alexander. 2001. The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness. The New Press (ISBN: 978-1595586438).

The course is organized around reading texts, discussing with your classmates key insights from the readings, and writing short essays on each book.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

The following four books are required for this course. Other materials will be made available on Learn.

1. William J. Willson. 2009. More than Just Race: Being Black and Poor in the Inner City (Issues of Our Time). Norton (ISBN: 978-0393337631).
2. Lisa Marie Cacho. 2012 Social Death: Racialized Rightlessness and the Criminalization of the Unprotected (Nation of Nations). NYU Press. (ISBN: 978-0814723760)
3. Victor M. Rios. 2011. Punished: Policing the Lives of Black and Latino Boys. NYU Press.
4. Michelle Alexander. 2001. The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness. The New Press (ISBN: 978-1595586438).

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

colino@unm.edu

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Spanish
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
24284 SPAN 101.040 3 Elementary Spanish I SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Cotton, Sergio ARR ARR Online

SPAN 101.040 Elementary Spanish I

Catalog Description

Beginning Spanish for students with no previous exposure to Spanish. Development of all four language skills, with emphasis on listening and speaking.

Detailed Course Description

Beginning Spanish for students with no previous exposure to Spanish. Development of all four language skills, with emphasis on listening and speaking.

Textbooks and Materials

SPAN 101 is an Inclusive Access course. Under the Inclusive Access model, you will be given free access to the book during the evaluation period, which is the Add/Drop period. Look for instructions for accessing your course materials from your instructor. If you are still enrolled in the course on June 16, 2017, you will be given the opportunity to opt out of the purchase. If you opt out, you will not have to pay for the book, but you will also have your access cut off. All students who remain in the course and who do not opt out will be charged $80.00 to their Bursar accounts. After 6/5/17, you can contact Peg Lewis, Division Manager for Course Materials at the UNM Bookstore, at inclusiveaccess@unm.edu for questions about billing. Please direct questions about accessing your course materials to your instructor.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

scotton5@unm.edu

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25041 SPAN 101.041 3 Elementary Spanish I SU 17 Second Half Term: 07/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Morales, Joely ARR ARR Online

SPAN 101.041 Elementary Spanish I

Catalog Description

Beginning Spanish for students with no previous exposure to Spanish. Development of all four language skills, with emphasis on listening and speaking.

Detailed Course Description

Spanish 101 is the first of a four semester series for students of Spanish whose home native language is other than Spanish. This course is taught with a communicative-based methodology (task-based oriented). The course introduces basic grammatical or vocabulary knowledge and engages students in the practice of the four language skills (listening, reading, writing, speaking) and provides the student with exposure to the target language and culture in different Spanish-speaking countries and/or situations.

In this course, you will develop your ability to communicate in Spanish in everyday situations. This is an intensive 4 week online course that requires regular online participation (log-in, communication, posts) and approximately 1 to 2 hours of preparation (listening, writing, reading, and grammar study) each day.

Textbooks and Materials

SPAN 101 is an Inclusive Access course. Under the Inclusive Access model, you will be given free access to the book during the evaluation period, which is the Add/Drop period. Look for instructions for accessing your course materials from your instructor. If you are still enrolled in the course on July 7, 2017, you will be given the opportunity to opt out of the purchase. If you opt out, you will not have to pay for the book, but you will also have your access cut off. All students who remain in the course and who do not opt out will be charged $80.00 to their Bursar accounts. After 7/3/17, you can contact Peg Lewis, Division Manager for Course Materials at the UNM Bookstore, at inclusiveaccess@unm.edu for questions about billing. Please direct questions about accessing your course materials to your instructor.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

joely19@unm.edu

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25116 SPAN 101.042 3 Elementary Spanish I SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Amorim de Melo, Karen ARR ARR Online

SPAN 101.042 Elementary Spanish I

Catalog Description

Beginning Spanish for students with no previous exposure to Spanish. Development of all four language skills, with emphasis on listening and speaking.

Textbooks and Materials

SPAN 101 is an Inclusive Access course. Under the Inclusive Access model, you will be given free access to the book during the evaluation period, which is the Add/Drop period. Look for instructions for accessing your course materials from your instructor. If you are still enrolled in the course on June 16, 2017, you will be given the opportunity to opt out of the purchase. If you opt out, you will not have to pay for the book, but you will also have your access cut off. All students who remain in the course and who do not opt out will be charged $80.00 to their Bursar accounts. After 6/5/17, you can contact Peg Lewis, Division Manager for Course Materials at the UNM Bookstore, at inclusiveaccess@unm.edu for questions about billing. Please direct questions about accessing your course materials to your instructor.

Instructor Email

kdemelo2@unm.edu

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25512 SPAN 101.043 3 Elementary Spanish I SU 17 Second Half Term: 07/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Ramirez-Urbaneja, Desiree ARR ARR Online

SPAN 101.043 Elementary Spanish I

Catalog Description

Beginning Spanish for students with no previous exposure to Spanish. Development of all four language skills, with emphasis on listening and speaking.

Detailed Course Description

This course may require web conferencing or on campus face to face meetings. Contact your instructor for more information

Textbooks and Materials

SPAN 101 is an Inclusive Access course. Under the Inclusive Access model, you will be given free access to the book during the evaluation period, which is the Add/Drop period. Look for instructions for accessing your course materials from your instructor. If you are still enrolled in the course on July 7, 2017, you will be given the opportunity to opt out of the purchase. If you opt out, you will not have to pay for the book, but you will also have your access cut off. All students who remain in the course and who do not opt out will be charged $80.00 to their Bursar accounts. After 7/3/17, you can contact Peg Lewis, Division Manager for Course Materials at the UNM Bookstore, at inclusiveaccess@unm.edu for questions about billing. Please direct questions about accessing your course materials to your instructor.

Instructor Email

deru@unm.edu

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24285 SPAN 102.040 3 Elementary Spanish II SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Patraca Rosas, Ana ARR ARR Online

SPAN 102.040 Elementary Spanish II

Catalog Description

Beginning Spanish for students who have completed 101 or equivalent. Continued development of four skills with emphasis on listening and speaking. (L)

Textbooks and Materials

SPAN 102 is an Inclusive Access course. Under the Inclusive Access model, you will be given free access to the book during the evaluation period, which is the Add/Drop period. Look for instructions for accessing your course materials from your instructor. If you are still enrolled in the course on June 16, 2017, you will be given the opportunity to opt out of the purchase. If you opt out, you will not have to pay for the book, but you will also have your access cut off. All students who remain in the course and who do not opt out will be charged $70.00 to their Bursar accounts. After 6/5/17, you can contact Peg Lewis, Division Manager for Course Materials at the UNM Bookstore, at inclusiveaccess@unm.edu for questions about billing. Please direct questions about accessing your course materials to your instructor.

Web Conferencing

There will be no face-to-face meetings, but this course may have optional web conferencing. Contact your instructor for more information.

Instructor Email

apatraca@unm.edu

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25275 SPAN 102.041 3 Elementary Spanish II SU 17 Second Half Term: 07/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Angel Guevara, Mario Esteban Del ARR ARR Online

SPAN 102.041 Elementary Spanish II

Catalog Description

Beginning Spanish for students who have completed 101 or equivalent. Continued development of four skills with emphasis on listening and speaking. (L)

Textbooks and Materials

SPAN 102 is an Inclusive Access course. Under the Inclusive Access model, you will be given free access to the book during the evaluation period, which is the Add/Drop period. Look for instructions for accessing your course materials from your instructor. If you are still enrolled in the course on July 7, 2017, you will be given the opportunity to opt out of the purchase. If you opt out, you will not have to pay for the book, but you will also have your access cut off. All students who remain in the course and who do not opt out will be charged $70.00 to their Bursar accounts. After 7/3/17, you can contact Peg Lewis, Division Manager for Course Materials at the UNM Bookstore, at inclusiveaccess@unm.edu for questions about billing. Please direct questions about accessing your course materials to your instructor.

Face to Face Meetings

Face-to-Face meetings Will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not being used in this course.

Testing

Exams will be completed online and available in a range of time.

Instructor Email

mdelangel@unm.edu

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26579 SPAN 202.040 3 Intermediate Spanish II SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Peceny, Sarah ARR ARR Online

SPAN 202.040 Intermediate Spanish II

This course section is restricted to students who are in a Managed Online Program cohort. For more information please see our website at http://unmonline.unm.edu/mops.

Catalog Description

Intermediate Spanish for students who have completed 201 or equivalent. Continued development of all four skills with emphasis on reading.

Instructor Email

speceny2@unm.edu

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26580 SPAN 202.041 3 Intermediate Spanish II SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Peceny, Sarah ARR ARR Online

SPAN 202.041 Intermediate Spanish II

Catalog Description

Intermediate Spanish for students who have completed 201 or equivalent. Continued development of all four skills with emphasis on reading.

Instructor Email

speceny2@unm.edu

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26275 SPAN 301.040 3 Topics: Cultura Latinoamericana SU 17 Open Learning: 06/12/2017 - 06/30/2017 Holguin-Chaparro, Carmen Julia ARR ARR Online

SPAN 301.040 Topics: Cultura Latinoamericana

Catalog Description

Taught in Spanish (required for major study). Emphasis on oral and written expression based on a theme or language related topics (literature, culture, civilization, translation, commercial, etc.)

Instructor Email

cjhch@unm.edu

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25494 SPAN 302.040 3 Developing Spanish Writing Skills SU 17 Second Half Term: 07/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Bustos, Diego ARR ARR Online

SPAN 302.040 Developing Spanish Writing Skills

Catalog Description

Taught in Spanish (required for major study). Emphasis on developing Spanish written expression.

Detailed Course Description

El objetivo principal de este curso es que los estudiantes desarrollen las destrezas de la escritura del español, ya sea como segunda lengua, como lengua materna o como lengua de herencia. Para lograr dicho objetivo, se abordarán las distintas etapas de la escritura (preparación, redacción y revisión) mediante el análisis y práctica de varios tipos de textos, p.ej. narrativos, expositivos y argumentativos. Se trabajará tanto de manera individual como colaborativa.

Textbooks and Materials

Bleichmar, Guillermo and Paula Cañón. Taller de escritores: Grammar and Composition for Advanced Spanish. Boston, MA: Vista, 2012. (Se darán copias electrónicas de las partes deseadas)

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

dbustosd@unm.edu

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25495 SPAN 352.040 3 Advanced Grammar SU 17 Second Half Term: 07/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Zetter, Karol ARR ARR Online

SPAN 352.040 Advanced Grammar

Catalog Description

Required for Spanish majors. Taught in Spanish. Analysis of morphological and syntactic structure. (LPM)

Pre- or corequisite: 302.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Materials available at the UNM Bookstore, or online retailers.
Please, buy the 2012 edition, it is cheaper than the newest edition.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used.

Instructor Email

karol@unm.edu

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26276 SPAN 439.040 3 T: Cultura Latinoamericana SU 17 Open Learning: 06/12/2017 - 06/30/2017 Holguin-Chaparro, Carmen Julia ARR ARR Online

SPAN 439.040 T: Cultura Latinoamericana

Catalog Description

Topics will deal with individual authors, genres or periods. (SA)

Prerequisite: 302 and 307.

Instructor Email

cjhch@unm.edu

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Speech and Hearing Sciences
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
25340 SHS 539.001 3 T: Bilingual Language Acquisition: Clinical Implications SU 17 Open Learning: 06/12/2017 - 07/17/2017 Rodriguez, Barbara ARR ARR Online

SHS 539.001 T: Bilingual Language Acquisition: Clinical Implications

Catalog Description

Restriction: enrolled in M.S. Speech and Hearing Sciences degree program, or permission of instructor.

Detailed Course Description

The course is designed to prepare speech-language pathologists (SLPs) to work with children who are bilingual or learning a second language (English Language Learners). The focus of the course will be on identifying the critical factors that influence bilingual language acquisition, examining the linguistic characteristics (semantic, syntactic, and discourse) of English-Spanish bilinguals, and considering the clinical implications of these issues on speech and language intervention planning.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Required Texts:

Goldstein, B. A. (2012). Bilingual language development & disorders in Spanish-English speakers (2nd edition). Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes Publishing.

Paradis, J., Genesee, F., & Crago, M. B. (2011). Dual language development and disorders: A handbook on bilingualism and second language learning (2nd edition). Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes Publishing.

Additional required readings:

Other required readings will be available on UNM Learn. Readings for each week are listed in the syllabus below as well as in the course modules. Required readings must be completed before beginning assignments or contributing to the discussions.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

brodrig@unm.edu

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26769 SHS 539.002 3 T: Bilingual Language Acquisition: Clinical Implications SU 17 Open Learning: 06/05/2017 - 07/14/2017 Rodriguez, Barbara ARR ARR Online

SHS 539.002 T: Bilingual Language Acquisition: Clinical Implications

Catalog Description

Restriction: enrolled in M.S. Speech and Hearing Sciences degree program, or permission of instructor.

Detailed Course Description

The course is designed to prepare speech-language pathologists (SLPs) to work with children who are bilingual or learning a second language (English Language Learners). The focus of the course will be on identifying the critical factors that influence bilingual language acquisition, examining the linguistic characteristics (semantic, syntactic, and discourse) of English-Spanish bilinguals, and considering the clinical implications of these issues on speech and language intervention planning.

Textbooks and Materials

Please check with the UNM bookstore for information on the course materials. Textbooks may be purchased online and shipped to your location. Refer to http://bookstore.unm.edu/ for textbook information.

Required Texts:

Goldstein, B. A. (2012). Bilingual language development & disorders in Spanish-English speakers (2nd edition). Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes Publishing.

Paradis, J., Genesee, F., & Crago, M. B. (2011). Dual language development and disorders: A handbook on bilingualism and second language learning (2nd edition). Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes Publishing.

Additional required readings:

Other required readings will be available on UNM Learn. Readings for each week are listed in the syllabus below as well as in the course modules. Required readings must be completed before beginning assignments or contributing to the discussions.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will not be used in this course.

Instructor Email

brodrig@unm.edu

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Statistics
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
26046 STAT 145.041 3 Introduction to Statistics SU 17 Full Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Greenberg, Nina ARR ARR Online

STAT 145.041 Introduction to Statistics

Catalog Description

Techniques for the visual presentation of numerical data, descriptive statistics, introduction to probability and basic probability models used in statistics, introduction to sampling and statistical inference, illustrated by examples from a variety of fields. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area II: Mathematics (NMCCN 1113). (I)

Prerequisite: ACT =>22 or SAT =>510 or Compass Algebra >54 or Compass College Algebra >33 or (MATH 101 and MATH 102) or (MATH 118 and MATH 119) or MATH 120 or MATH 121 or MATH 123 or MATH 150 or MATH 162 or MATH 163 or MATH 180 or MATH 181 or MATH 264.

Detailed Course Description

Introductory Statistics (Stat 145) Online is conducted through a program called LaunchPad with four exams that, while taken online in LaunchPad, are proctored at face-to-face exam testing centers (see further exam proctoring details below). Registration for this course does not require instructor permission.

This is a rigorous course with weekly deadlines. In addition to the exams, there are online tutorials, homework assignments, and quizzes for two-to-four chapters each week. Students should plan on spending 5-to-10 hours each week for these assignment completions. Interaction with course peers is not facilitated through this course, and a high degree of self-motivation is required.

Your instructor will be available to answer questions online (with a phone line and shared whiteboard) or in-person by appointment. In-person tutoring hours are also available most days at the UNM Stat tutoring table in Dane Smith Hall (3rd floor by the elevator) staffed by numerous instructors in Stat145.

Textbooks and Materials

LaunchPad (LP) is the online learning system which includes the e-book The Basic Practice of Statistics (7th Edition), by Moore, Notz and Fligner. LP is required for Stat145 as all course assignments and exams are on LP. Access codes are available from the UNM bookstore or the publisher. The bookstore also sells access codes bundled with a bound or loose-leaf textbook. Hard text copies are not required. Each section of Stat145 will have a unique URL, provided by the instructor, for LP purchase, registration and access.

Testing

There are four proctored exams. Students must arrange for proctoring on each of the following Fridays: 6/16, 6/30, 7/14, and 7/28 with exam start times between 8:30am and 4:30pm.

Students residing within 100 miles of UNM will need to have their exams proctored at the Math department’s Math Applications Learning Lab (MaLL) located in the lower level of Centennial Library on Main Campus.

Students outside of 100 miles of UNM will need to make exam proctoring arrangements through a university or college testing facility on the designated exam dates with instructor coordination to provide exam instructions and validation codes.

Instructor Email

Green@salud.unm.edu

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Sustainability Studies
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
26361 SUST 109.001 3 Introduction to Comparative Global and Ethnic Societies SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Winder, Tanaya ARR ARR Online

SUST 109.001 Introduction to Comparative Global and Ethnic Societies

Catalog Description

(Also offered as AFST, CCS, NATV, WMST 109) The course explores historical and contemporary social forces that impact ethnic communities across the Americas. Students will examine social and economic dynamics of Indigenous, Latino, Asian-Pacific, Africana communities, and women's experiences.

Detailed Course Description

This course is an introduction into the study of diverse global societies and cultures. One of the basic concepts of this course will be to question and critique the ways diverse cultures have historically been discussed and/or written about. In addition to this basic concept, the theme of immigration will run through this course. What has caused the migration of populations? What is a migration? What is forced migration? Although, it seems as if there are some cultures that this theme may not apply to, we will learn that in fact, all populations have had a migration, even if it is a relatively small one or one that occurred far back in the stories of creation. Some of the cultures we will study include the indigenous cultures of the Americas and the Pacific Islands. We will also discuss the Caribbean the diverse experiences of Asian, African and European migrations. Within the Department of Chicana and Chicano Studies, this course serves as a class in which we can begin to develop comparative analyses between diverse global communities. What do different ethnic groups have in common? What are their differences? How can we develop ways to build bridges among communities? This course is an interdisciplinary course, which means we will also watch films, listen to relevant music as well as read a variety of articles.

Textbooks and Materials

All of your readings will be online and posted on UNM Learn.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will be available by appointment.

Instructor Email

tanaya.winder@gmail.com

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Women Studies
CRN Course# Credits Course Title Part of Term Instructor Days Times Delivery
26362 WMST 109.001 3 Introduction to Comparative Global and Ethnic Societies SU 17 First Half Term: 06/05/2017 - 07/01/2017 Winder, Tanaya ARR ARR Online

WMST 109.001 Introduction to Comparative Global and Ethnic Societies

Catalog Description

The course explores historical and contemporary social forces that impact ethnic communities across the Americas. Students will examine social and economic dynamics of Indigenous, Latino, Asian-Pacific, Africana communities, and women's experiences.

Detailed Course Description

This course is an introduction into the study of diverse global societies and cultures. One of the basic concepts of this course will be to question and critique the ways diverse cultures have historically been discussed and/or written about. In addition to this basic concept, the theme of immigration will run through this course. What has caused the migration of populations? What is a migration? What is forced migration? Although, it seems as if there are some cultures that this theme may not apply to, we will learn that in fact, all populations have had a migration, even if it is a relatively small one or one that occurred far back in the stories of creation. Some of the cultures we will study include the indigenous cultures of the Americas and the Pacific Islands. We will also discuss the Caribbean the diverse experiences of Asian, African and European migrations. Within the Department of Chicana and Chicano Studies, this course serves as a class in which we can begin to develop comparative analyses between diverse global communities. What do different ethnic groups have in common? What are their differences? How can we develop ways to build bridges among communities? This course is an interdisciplinary course, which means we will also watch films, listen to relevant music as well as read a variety of articles.

Textbooks and Materials

All of your readings will be online and posted on UNM Learn.

Face to Face Meetings

Face to face meetings will not be used in this course.

Web Conferencing

Web conferencing will be available by appointment.

Instructor Email

tanaya.winder@gmail.com

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25679 WMST 324.001 3 Contemporary Feminist Theory SU 17 Second Half Term: 07/05/2017 - 07/31/2017 Mazumdar, Rinita ARR ARR Online

WMST 324.001 Contemporary Feminist Theory

Catalog Description

An investigation of selected feminist theories from the past three decades. Learning the skills of analysis and applying these skills to theory will be stressed.

Instructor Email

rinita_mazumdar@yahoo.com

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