Carlsbad catalog 2013-2014 by New Mexico State University

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welcome to nmsu carlsbad welcome to the new mexico state university at carlsbad campus i am extremely pleased that you are devoting your time and energy to researching the college’s diversified events and programs all of the nmsu carlsbad staff are very proud of our college and we would relish the opportunity to have you join the college as a student or as an employee as you peruse the information in the catalog please be sure to pay particular attention to the variety and quality of associate degree and certificates offered at the college nmsu carlsbad has experienced continuing growth over the past few semesters and the college plans to continue that growth by increasing course offerings and expanding dual credit academic and vocational programs nmsu carlsbad was among the first community colleges in new mexico established in 1950 as the carlsbad instructional center in 1953 nmsu carlsad became a part of the nmsu system which was at the time known as the college of

nmsu carlsbad note that developmental education courses are designated with the letter n and are calculated as part of a student’s academic grade-point average but though required developmental courses may not be counted for credit toward an official degree or certificate plan non-degree special admission programs for high school students dual credit for high school students with the passage of state law sb943 laws 2007 chapter 227 students attending a new mexico public high school charter school or state-supported school and who entered that school in the 2009-2010 school year or later are required to participate in a college experience prior to graduation they may complete the requirement by taking one of the following 1 an articulated course which is not available through nmsu carlsbad 2 an advanced placement ap course in high school 3 an online college course and/or 4 an in-person face-to-face college course this program is designed to enhance and supplement the high school

transcripts and privacy rights graduation requirements the office of student services assists current and prospective students in completing the admissions process maintaining current student files and monitoring academic standing additionally student enrollment status is continually updated and unofficial transcripts and academic records are maintained for all past or present students to graduate with a certificate graduates in certificate programs must demonstrate proficiency in reading math and english as evidenced by sufficient scores on the workkeys® assessment additional remediation may be required transcript of credits official nmsu transcripts can be ordered onine at http nmsu edu registra/transcripts or by mail see student services an electronic transcript is $10.00 and a paper transcript is $12.25 for questions contact the nmsu las cruces registrar’s office at 575-646-4990.official name changes on transcripts will be processed only if a student is currently

of those requirements workforce development contract training the workforce community development program w&cd provides career preparation through a variety of offerings academic certificates and degrees are offered in six areas of technology specialization craft apprenticeship training is provided through a training agreement between w&cd and the carlsbad community development corporation contract training for local businesses and industrial firms is provided to meet the specific needs of a company or business segment w&cd is located in three facilities in eddy county the welding technology hacr heating air conditioning refrigeration technology mechanical machining laboratories cad computer-aided drafting cam computer-aided manufacturing and electronics laboratories are all located on the main campus in carlsbad also math for trades and industrial safety osha will be offered online under blackboard and pod casting will also be available through articulation agreements with the

certificates and degrees accounting certificate this program is designed to provide students with the necessary training for employment and/or advancement within the managerial field of accounting in the business community given the dynamic nature of the business environment today recipients of the certificate will gain a competitive edge in the marketplace for employment and advancement individuals interested in or involved with business or industry can benefit from this accounting program the curriculum is specialized in nature encompassing the skills necessary for employment in business accounting in addition to specific emphasis on accounting principles practices and software the curriculum focuses on business law management and operation of the microcomputer and common computer applications certificate 33 credits core curriculum requirements – 33 crs acct 200 a survey of accounting .3 acct 222 management accounting 3

drft 230 building systems drafting .3 drft 240 structural systems drafting .4 drft 270 architectural sketching/rendering .3 approved drft elective 2 general drafting option drft 151 constr principles/blueprint reading .4 drft 276 computer rendering animation ii 3 drft 277 computer rendering animation ii 3 approved drft elective 5 early childhood education certificate/associate degree the early childhood education associate degree is designed to prepare students to become highly qualified teachers assistant teachers or family daycare providers in professional child care for children ages birth through eight years students will gain a broad understanding of the specific needs of young children and develop strategies for meeting those needs this degree will also fill the criteria for the most highly

nursing certificate/associate of applied science nursing offers mobility flexibility and numerous opportunities throughout the u.s the graduate is provided with a sound basis for entry into practice in acute care hospitals physician’s offices clinics nursing homes health departments and home health care agencies the nursing curriculum of nmsu carlsbad prepares students for beginning nursing practice in a variety of health care settings the program is approved by the state board of nursing and the adn program is accredited by the national league for nursing accreditation commission questions regarding accreditation should be directed to the national league for nursing accreditation commission nlnac at 1-800-669-1656 or 1-212-363-5555 3343 peachtree road ne suite 850 atlanta georgia 30326 upon completion of the certificate for practical nursing graduates are eligible to write the national council licensure exam which leads to licensure as a practical nurse graduates of the

bcis 122 introduction to information systems programming 3 cr includes basic computer algorithms in current programming environments and the java programming language prerequisites c or better in bcis 110 or cs 110 and math 120 bct – building construction technology bct 100 building trades i 8 cr 2+12p equipment and general safety human relations building construction surveying footings foundation form work framing sheathing insulation basic electrical wiring and plumbing classroom instruction on-the-job training and problem solving bct 104 woodworking skills i 3 cr 1+4p use and care of hand tools and elementary power tools safety procedures and supervised project construction bct 105 woodworking skills ii 3 cr 1+4p advanced woodworking skills to include use of advanced power tools power tool safety and supervised construction prerequisite bct 104 or consent of instructor bct 110 blueprint

e t 216 drafting concepts computer drafting fundamentals ii .4 cr 2+4p drafting for mechanical/industrial applications machine part detailing assemblies in orthographic isometric auxiliary oblique and sectional views two-dimensional autocad with introduction to 3-d autocad prerequisite et 106 community colleges only same as drft 113 e t 217 manufacturing processes 2 cr manufacturing methods and industrial processes which include casting forming and machining prerequisite et 110 and math 121g corequisite e t 217l same as i e 217 e t 217l manufacturing processes lab 1 cr 3p laboratory to accompany e t 217 corequisite e t 217 same as i e 217l e t 224 project planning implementation control .4 cr integration of the production planning and control systems with production applications on the factory training floor including continuous improvement techniques using the concepts of agility lean manufacturing focused factory cnc cells and flow manufacturing

oecs 245 game programming i 3 cr development of programming skills for games ad animation using current programming languages and tools prerequisite consent of instructor may be repeated for a maximum of 6 credits oecs 246 game programming ii 3 cr continuation of oecs 245 prerequisite oecs 245 may be repeated for a maximum of 6 credits oecs 250 computer systems analysis i 3 cr analysis and design of business data processing and information systems study of the system life cycle prerequisite oecs 125 or oecs 220 oecs 255 special topics 1‑4 cr topics to be announced in the schedule of classes oecs 260 hypertext markup language html 1-3 cr coverage of html as used for web-page development for internet and intranet text manipulation graphics hypertexts links lists and tables prerequisite cs110g bcis110g or oecs105 may be repeated for a maximum of 3 credits oecs 261 computer network design 4 cr