Dona Ana catalog 2012-2013 by New Mexico State University

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2012-2013 catalog 3 3 table of contents general information academic career programs 2 �����welcome / bienvenidos e información en español 30 �����aerospace technology 4 �����basic policies and information 30 �����apprenticeship programs 68 �����new mexico common core certificate program 5 �����academic calendar and contact information 31 �����associate in general studies 69 �����nursing 32 �����associate of arts 70 �����paralegal studies 33 �����associate of science 71 ����� pre-business 34 �����automation and manufacturing technology 71 �����public health 36 �����automotive technology 73

2012-2013 catalog aggie access card allows your student card to also be your wells fargo debit card the id card services office in corbett center has the information and applications you will need parking office a nmsu parking permit is required to park on campus in parking lots or curbside on streets parking meters require payment free parking is available near the pan american center the campus parking map is available at parking regulations are enforced between the hours of 7:30 a.m and 4:30 p.m disabled parking spaces emergency/fire zones service zones and yellow curbs are enforced 24 hours a day parking regulations are available at information on purchasing a nmsu parking permit is available at www or at the parking department located at 1400 e university ave southwest corner of the auxillary services building adjacent to the barnes noble at nmsu bookstore cáfe monday through friday from 8:00 a.m to 4:30 p.m when

2012-2013 catalog 31 depends on the job being learned for most highly skilled crafts such as electrician it is four years once an apprentice has completed the program and passed the appropriate examinations she is considered a journeyperson dacc provides the related classroom instruction for the above apprenticeship programs sponsored by businesses and organizations in the community whether taking classes or working on a job site students enrolled in this program will be required to perform the same job duties and be able to meet the same physical requirements that they will as a graduate in the field depending where they find employment graduates may be required to work in inclement weather lift up to 50 pounds from the ground have good eye-hand coordination work safely around electrical hazards using the appropriate safety equipment work safely using hand and power tools ascend and descend stairs and ladders to reach installations and stand squat or kneel for long periods of time

2012-2013 catalog 45 course fees such as removing deposits from teeth applying fluoride placing sealants and more infection control and emergency management are also important functions in new mexico and other states dental hygienists may be certified to provide local anesthesia in addition to tuition a course fee of $175 is charged for das 115 certificate 45–47 credits note courses preceded by an asterisk must be completed before a student can apply to the dental assistant program courses with course prefixes appearing in italics are identical to those offered at new mexico state university las cruces main campus core requirements engl 111g ahs or comm or comm 101 253g 265g psy 201g 10 credits rhetoric and composition communications for health care public speaking principles of human communication introduction to psychology 4 3 3 related requirements oecs or oecs or c s 101 105 110 hnds or hnds or ahs 163 251 225 4–6 credits 1–3 computer

2012-2013 catalog 59 motor • state certification as a certified nursing assistant • stand for long periods of time • national ecg technician certification • lift 35 pounds • national phlebotomy certification note courses with course prefixes appearing in italics are identical to those offered at new mexico state university las cruces main campus • perform patient care procedures with finger and manual dexterity intellectual core requirements • collect interpret and integrate information engl special admission criteria prior to registering for na 104 na 105 or na 109 classes students must submit documentation of the following tuberculin test results within the last 6 months two mmr and two varicella immunizations or positive blood levels titers for each tetanus immunization with the last 7 to 10 years current american heart association cpr three completed fingerprint cards copy of government-issued id and release of information form and

2012-2013 catalog 73 associate degree 76 credits note radiologic technology majors must have a c or better in all required courses to graduate courses with course prefixes appearing in italics are identical to those offered at new mexico state university las cruces main campus core requirements engl 111g math or ahs 120 116 psy or soc 201g 101g 10 credits rhetoric and composition intermediate algebra math for health occupations introduction to psychology introductory sociology 4 3 3 related requirements cs or oecs 110 105 biol or biol 154 225 7 credits computer literacy introduction to microcomputer technology introductory anatomy and physiology human anatomy and physiology i technical requirements 3 4 59 credits note all radt classes are restricted to students who have completed the core and related requirements and have been accepted into the radiologic technology program radt 100 radt 101 radt 102 radt 103 radt 104 radt 105 radt 106 radt 110

2012-2013 catalog 87 bmgt 280 introduction to human resources 3 cr bmgt 282 introduction to international business management 3 cr bmgt 285 introduction to manufacturing operations 3 cr bmgt 286 introduction to logistics 3 cr bmgt 287 introduction to export/import 3 cr personnel functions encompassing job analysis recruitment selection training appraisals discipline and terminations prerequisite bmgt 110 overview of the social economic and cultural environment of international business transactions prerequisite bmgt 110 introduction to issues related to manufacturing including an overview of the production function product design and development location layout forecasting planning purchasing materials/inventory and quality management prerequisites bmgt 110 and 140 overview on the planning organizing and controlling of transportation inventory maintenance order processing purchasing warehousing materials handling packaging customer service standards and product scheduling procedures

2012-2013 catalog host 298 independent study 101 1–3 cr hvac 255 special topics 1–6 cr hvac 290 special problems 1–4 cr hvac—heating ventilation air conditioning refrigeration individual studies related to heating air conditioning and refrigeration prerequisites oear 101 oear 102 and consent of instructor hvac 100 epa clean air act section 608 1 cr hvac 291 field experience 1–6 cr hvac 101 fundamentals of refrigeration 4 cr 3+2p hvac 102 fundamentals of electricity 4 cr 3+2p hvac 103 electrical and mechanical controls i 4 cr 3+2p individual studies directed by consenting faculty with prior approval of department chair may be repeated for a maximum of 3 credits prerequisites minimum 3.0 gpa and sophomore standing refrigerant certification preparation to include basics of refrigerant bearing equipment ozone depletion and the new legislation technician categories covered and the certification examination refrigeration cycle and the various mechanical

2012-2013 catalog 115 watr 285 high purity water treatment systems 3 cr weld 150 pipe welding ii 3 cr 2+2p watr 286 advanced high purity water systems operation 3 cr weld 160 introduction to saw and fcaw 3 cr 2+2p weld 170 welded fabrication 3 cr 1+4p covers npdes permits and dmr calculations and reporting 503 sludge regs including pathogen and vector attraction reduction and pollutants wetlands composting and wastewater treatment ponds microbiology activated sludge bulking and foaming microbiology and treatment and use of selector to remove nutrients and prevent the growth of filamentous bacteria prerequisite oewu 190 and 192 weld 180 gtaw ii 3 cr 2+2p watr 292 advanced wastewater analysis weld 190 welded art students explore the possibilities of welded art in the form of sculpture jewelry furniture and as a framework to support other art media offered as an elective for students who wish to create art using welding prerequisite oewt 102 or consent of instructor 3 cr 1+4p weld 205

2012-2013 student handbook constitution of the associated students of doña ana community college article i preamble we the students of doña ana community college hereby adopt this constitution which makes provision for a democratic student government organization the executive committee will consist of a president vice-president secretary and treasurer duly elected by the doña ana community college student body the academic divisions will be represented by senators from within each of the divisions and shall be elected by their constituency from their respective divisions this student government will provide a communication link with the doña ana community college administration faculty and student body the name of this organization shall be called “associated students of doña ana community college,” hereafter referred to as the asdacc article ii purpose the primary purpose of the asdacc shall be as follows a to represent the student body of doña ana