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welcome to nmsu carlsbad w elcome 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 is 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 degrees 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 carlsbad became a part of the nmsu system which was at the time known as the college of

grade information form and have the form delivered to the course dean together with the instructor’s grade sheets for the semester the instructor will state in writing on the i grade information form the steps necessary to complete the remaining coursework or the instructor may indicate that the student will be required to re-enroll in the course to receive credit in which case the i grade will not be removed the student will sign this document or the course dean will send a copy of the document to the student’s official permanent address as recorded in the registrar’s office 3 the student is entitled to have the i grade removed from their transcript only if they complete the remaining coursework as specified on the i grade information form in a manner satisfactory to the instructor the work must be completed within 12 months after the i grade assigned and prior to the student’s graduation or within a shorter period of time if specified by the instructor

• learning and study skills assistance with a variety of needs from learning style assessment to time management visit the learning assistance center for more information test prep tutoring books and online preparation for compass and act • dragon naturally speaking computer program that translates verbal speech into typed text available for use by appointment with priority given to students receiving ada accommodations all services are offered free of charge to qualified nmsu carlsbad students courses are offered for credit and adhere to the university tuition schedule students must be admitted to nmsu carlsbad to access all services and courses students may receive credit for learning assistance center services through the following course titles univ 110 personal learning skills i univ 111 personal learning skills ii coll 155 tutoring for math/english or ccds developmental skills courses tutorial support for math english and/or reading students registering for any of

associate of arts and general studies the new mexico general education common core certificate is an academic credential that recognizes accomplishment of the new mexico common core and serves as an intermediate step towards completion of an associate degree for students who plan to transfer to a four-year college or university the associate degree in general studies equips students with the freedom to design their own two-year program by selecting classes that meet their needs governed only by departmental prerequisites note a student who has previously earned an associate degree from nmsu or from any other institution is ineligible to receive an associate degree in general studies the associate of arts degree allows students to complete the first two years of most bachelor degree programs students should choose electives to meet other requirements for their planned baccalaureate degree such as foreign language requirements or specific requirements within the major graduation

criminal justice the associate in criminal justice is designed for students who are seeking employment in the law enforcement field or wish to transfer to complete a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice the program is broadly interdisciplinary in nature embracing the study of the humanities law and the behavioral and social sciences the curriculum seeks to balance theoretical inquiry with applied knowledge graduates from this two-year program are prepared for careers in criminal justice and related fields of industrial and institutional security the curriculum prepares students to transfer into nmsu las cruces’ bachelor degree in criminal justice at the junior level students are advised to choose electives to meet other requirements for their planned baccalaureate degree graduation requirements engl 111g with a c or higher placement into college-level math and reading courses or completion of developmental courses with a c or higher cumulative gpa of 2.0 or higher the

engineering the associate of science in engineering degree prepares the graduate for an entry-level position in the engineering industry students may apply the associates degree coursework to a bachelor of science degree in engineering in one of several fields including chemical engineering civil engineering electrical computer engineering engineering physics engineering technology surveying engineering industrial engineering or mechanical aerospace engineering offered at one of the new mexico four-year institutions graduation requirements engl 111g with a c or higher placement into college-level math and reading courses or completion of developmental courses with a c or higher cumulative gpa of 2.0 or higher the last 15 credits taken at nmsu associate of science in engineering all courses must be completed with a c or higher branch requirement 3 coll 101 college/life success 3 drft 114 intro to mech drafting/solid modeling 3 engr 111 matlab programming 3 group ii choose 2 courses

manufacturing technology the manufacturing technology program prepares students for entry-level technician positions in the construction mining and manufacturing industries the program contains two options sharing a common core curriculum the electronic assembly option stresses computer drafting electrical and mechanical skills while the manufacturing processes option stresses application of those skills to computeraided drafting cad computer-aided manufacturing cam and computer numerically controlled cnc machining systems training is conducted in a conventional machining laboratory a state-of-the-art cam and robotics laboratory and modern cad labs experienced manufacturing professionals provide the highest quality instruction in a “hands on” environment graduation requirements engl 111g with a c or higher placement into college-level math and reading courses or completion of developmental courses with a c or higher cumulative gpa of 2.0 or higher the last 15 credits

ecology of microbes plants and animals and their interactions with the environment appropriate for nonscience majors must be taken with biol 111l to meet general education requirements biol 111gl natural history of life laboratory 1 cr laboratory experiments demonstrations and exercises on interrelationships among organisms biodiversity processes of evolution and interaction of organisms and their environment prerequisites corequisites biol 111g biol 211g cellular and organismal biology 3 cr principles of cellular structure and function genetics and physiology of microbes plants and animals suitable for nonmajors with sufficient chemistry must be taken with biol 211l to meet general education requirements pre/corequisites chem 110g or chem 111 or chem 115 biol 211gl cellular and organismal biol lab 1 cr laboratory demonstrations experiments and exercises on molecular and cellular biology and organismal physiology must have passed biol 211g or be

eced 280 professional relationships 3 cr development of staff relationships that will foster strong professional relationships with and among families communities and advisory boards issues of staff recruitment retention support and supervision will lay a foundation for positive personnel management working effectively with board advisory groups and community members and agencies will be addressed consent of instructor required corequisites eced 281 eced 281 professional relationships practicum 2 cr practical experience in the development of staff relationship that will foster professional relationships with families communities and boards issues of staff recruitment retention support and supervision will lay a foundation for positive personnel management consent of instructor required corequisites eced 280 restricted to eced majors econ economics econ 201g introduction to economics 3 cr economic institutions and current

of instructor restricted to majors requires a c or better to pass oeem 212 emt – paramedic cardiovascular emergencies 3 cr review anatomy physiology and pathophysiology of cardiovascular system assessment and management of cardiovascular emergencies in the prehospital setting prerequisites second semester standing in ems program and consent of instructor requires a c or better to pass oeem 213 emt paramedic medical emergencies i 3 cr study of the disease process assessment and management of neurological endocrine gastrointestinal renal emergencies and infectious disease prerequisites oeem 212 oeem 230 and oeem 240 requires a c or better to pass oeem 214 emt paramedic medical envir emergencies ii 3 cr study of disease process assessment and management of poisoning drug and alcohol abuse environmental behavioral and geriatric emergencies prerequisites oeem 213 oeem 230 and oeem 240 requires a c or better to pass oeem 216 emt-paramedic reproductive childhood emerg 3 cr

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