Carlsbad catalog 2014-2015 by New Mexico State University

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welcome to nmsu carlsbad 2,000 students throughout eddy county and employing approximately 105 full-time and 60 part-time employees nmsu carlsbad is accredited by the higher learning commission of the north central association of colleges and schools and was one of the first institutions to be admitted to the hlc’s academic quality improvement program aqip which is a unique accreditation approach focused on continuous quality improvement due to our commitment to quality and continuing improvement nmsu carlsbad has been recognized on three separate occasions by quality new mexico nmsu carlsbad’s vision is to become “the premier institution of higher education in southeastern new mexico.” the college will strive to accomplish this vision by focusing on our mission which is to “provide access to quality educational opportunities and to support the economic and cultural life of the people of southeastern new mexico.” w elcome to the new mexico state

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 dual credit program the dual credit program is designed to give high school students an opportunity to earn both high school and college credit through nmsu carlsbad to qualify for dual credit students must be enrolled at artesia carlsbad jefferson montessori academy or loving high school at least half time students must have a minimum high school gpa of a 2.0 sophomores and students with lower gpas may be considered on a case by case basis they are registered as home-schooled students with the local school district or with the nm public education department ped they must also provide documentation if applicable of registration with a home-schooled program students must be concurrently enrolled in their high school curriculum as reflected on their transcript this transcript must provide course

spring semester students who complete degree requirements during the fall spring or summer semesters are eligible to participate in commencement academic appeals academic appeals procedure for initiating grievance complaints this procedure has been established to provide a method to resolve undergraduate student grievances at the lowest administrative level in a fair and expeditious manner for the purpose of this procedure grievances are limited to alleged violations of university policy or procedures by the university or its employees disputes with faculty and/or alleged unfair treatment usually this method is used to appeal a grade the student feels was not justified under no condition should these policies be used when the student has allegedly violated the university code of conduct or a contractual agreement and at no hearing should either party have a lawyer any student who believes that he/she has been unjustly treated within the academic process may proceed as far as necessary

citizens’ professional advisory councils the citizens’ professional advisory councils cpac represent individual community stakeholder groups primarily aligned with workforce and academic instructional areas of the college cpac gives community stakeholders a chance to influence the college’s role in the community and communicate the needs of individual organizations and businesses as they relate to the college advisory councils are comprised of local employers and organizational representatives and involve valued constituencies in nmsu carlsbad’s planning for the educational needs of its students again cpac events allow the college and its community stakeholders to gather together to communicate external stakeholder wants and needs cpac members come from the business community public education law enforcement research laboratories government agencies private industry media etc cpac events take place once or more a semester and involve dinners breakout

related requirements – 12 crs drft 105 tech drawing for industry 3 drft 130 general building codes 3 drft 160 const take-off/estimating 3 bct 118 math for building trades 3 core curriculum requirements – 36 crs bct 100 building trades i 8 bct 104 woodworking skills i 3 bct 105 woodworking skills ii 3 bct 110 blueprint reading bldg trades 4 bct 200 building trades ii 8 bct 221 cooperative experience i 3 bct 255 special topics 4 bct 290 special problems in bldg tech 3 electives – 3 credits to bring total credits to 67 suggest span 111 business office technology certificate/associate degree the business office technology

upon successful completion of the program graduates will have numerous options job prospects for hit professionals are very good because their skills are necessary throughout the entire healthcare industry typical work settings are physician practices hospitals managed care organizations long-term care facilities behavioral health facilities ambulatory care facilities rehabilitation centers home healthcare providers pharmaceutical companies insurance companies consulting and law firms skilled nursing facilities and federal and state governmental agencies current salary ranges can be found in the occupational outlook handbook at the u.s department of labor website to graduate from the hit program students must complete a cooperative work-experience component because this work takes place in a healthcare setting the employer site may require student to complete and pass a security background check past criminal violations could prevent a student from completing the degree or

stat 251g statistics 3 foreign language requirement – 3 to 8 credits must complete through the 112 or 212 level based on placement exam span 111 elementary spanish i 4 span 112 elementary spanish ii span 111 or test 4 span 211 interm spanish i span 112 or test 3 span 212 interm spanish ii span 211 or test 3 electives – 13 to 18 credits to bring total credits to 66 welding technology certificate/associate of applied science degree the welding technology program provides specialized training to prepare students for entry-level positions as welders all aspects of welding are covered including oxyacetylene welding and cutting braze welding arc welding gas metal arc welding gmaw gas tungsten arc welding gtaw and pipe welding job opportunities are found in many local industries – mines and chemical plants oil field service companies construction

103n using tutorials manipulatives and classroom instruction completion of this class is equivalent to the completion of ccdm 100n and ccdm 103n prerequisites math placement exam restricted to community colleges only ccdm 112 n developmental algebra i 4 cr fundamental algebra operations algebraic expressions solving linear equations systems of equations and application of linear equations provides laboratory instruction completion of ccdm 112n and ccdm 113n is equivalent to completion of ccdm 114n graded traditional with rr prerequisites grade of c or better in ccdm 103n or equivalent restricted to community colleges only ccdm 113 n developmental algebra ii 4 cr fundamental algebra operations polynomials factoring solving quadratics by factoring rational expressions exponents and radical expressions continuation of ccdm 112n provides laboratory instruction completion of ccdm 112n and ccdm 113n is equivalent to completion of ccdm 114n graded traditional with

geog geography geog 111g geography of the natural environment 4 cr introduction to the physical processes that shape the human environment climate and weather vegetation dynamics and distribution soil development and classification and geomorphic processes and landform development geog 112g world regional geography 3 cr overview of the physical geography natural resources cultural landscapes and current problems of the world’s major regions students will also examine current events at a variety of geographic scales geog 120g culture and environment 3 cr study of human-environmental relationships how the earth works and how cultures impact or conserve nature introduction to relationships between people and natural resources ecosystems global climate change pollution and conservation geog 259 introduction to oceanography 4 cr introduces the origin and development of the ocean and marine ecological concepts

oecs 216 programming for the web 3 cr designing web-based applications using appropriate programming languages such as but not limited to html php mysql sql java perl c or c may be repeated up to 6 credits prerequisites one semester of any programming course restricted to community colleges only oecs 218 web page programming support 3 cr languages that support web page development including html active x and java script implementation of forms and style sheets in web pages also presented prerequisites c s 110 bcis 110 or oecs 105 oecs 220 database application and design 1-3 cr creating sorting and searching of single and multifile databases to include report generation and programming database commands may be repeated for a maximum of 6 credits under different subtitles listed in the schedule of classes prerequisites c s 110 or bcis 110 or e t 120 or e t 122 or oecs 105 restricted to community colleges only oecs 221 internship i

index a academic achievement,17 academic advising 28 academic appeals 22 academic appeals board 22 academic misconduct 22 academic standing 23 academic probation 23 academic probation i 23 academic probation ii 24 academic suspension 24 academic warning 23 academic warning probation suspension 24 accreditation,7 adjusted credit option 16 admissions 1 admission by ged 11 admissions registration regulations and academic requirements 11 adult basic education and ged preparation 25 advanced placement 17 advising 12 attendance and student performance 18 attendance at commencement 21 audits 18 b banking 40 barnes noble bookstore 29 basic academic skills 13 become a part of the un 8iversity beta alpha delta 31 building technology 40 building trades 40 business education 30 business office technology 41 c caap test requirement 7 career and job placement services 28 carlsbad early college high school 13 center for resource information 30 certificates 37 change of admission status 11