Feb 08, 2023  
2009 - 2011 CNM Catalog June 2010, Volume 43 with Addendum Information 
    
2009 - 2011 CNM Catalog June 2010, Volume 43 with Addendum Information [The CNM Academic Year includes Fall, Spring, Summer Terms]

Course Descriptions


Arts and Sciences Course Categories

Courses numbered 1000 and above in the subject codes listed below are offered through CNM’s

  and   and are grouped into specific discipline areas. Many programs of study require some coursework from these areas; the course sequence charts in the Programs of Study  section list the specific discipline area (for example, Social/ Behavioral Science). These course categories are listedwith an asterisk (*). Below is a guide to which subject codes are in each discipline:

English/Communication

ENG – English
COMM – Communication
JOUR – Journalism

Biological/Physical Science

ASTR – Astronomy
BIO – Biology
CHEM – Chemistry
GEOG – Physical Geography
PHYS – Physics

Fine Arts

ARTS – Art Studio
ARTH – Art History
MUS – Music
THEA – Theatre

Language

ARBC – Arabic
FREN – French
GER – German
PORT – Portuguese
SPAN – Spanish

Humanities

CST – Cultural Studies
ENG – English (Literature)
GNHN – General Honors
HIST – History
HUM – Humanities
PHIL – Philosophy
RLGN – Religion

Social/Behavioral Science

ANTH – Anthropology
ECON – Economics
GEOG – Geography (except Physical Geography)
GNHN – General Honors
PSCI – Political Science
PSY – Psychology
SOC – Sociology

Mathematics

MATH – Mathematics

Nutrition

NUTR – Nutrition
 

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Course Descriptions

 

Accounting

School of Business & Information Technology (BIT)

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Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration

School of Applied Technologies

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Air Force Aerospace Studies

School of Communication, Humanities, & Social Sciences (CHSS)

Students may register at CNM for the University of New Mexico Aerospace Studies. Uniforms and textbooks are provided. Because these courses are offered at the main campus of UNM, students should contact UNM before enrolling. For more information, contact:

Aerospace Studies Curtis E. Johanson, Lt. Col., USAF University of New Mexico AFROTC Detachment 510 Aerospace Studies Building MSC 02 1650, 1 UNM 1901 Las Lomas NE; Albuquerque, NM 87131 (505) 277-4502

Credits in Aerospace Studies may NOT be applied to any associate degree or certificate at CNM.

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Animation

School of Applied Technologies

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Anthropology

School of Communication, Humanities, & Social Sciences (CHSS)

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Arabic

School of Communication, Humanities, & Social Sciences (CHSS)

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Architectural Drafting

School of Applied Technologies

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Art History

School of Communication, Humanities, & Social Sciences (CHSS)

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