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Fifty to seventy-five percent of the course student learning outcomes specifically address multicultural, international, or global experiences of humans that can be mapped directly to the CNM Global Learning Outcomes.
Course is specifically designed and primarily focused on multicultural, international, or global experiences of humans. Seventy-six percent or more of the course student learning outcomes specifically address multicultural, international, or global experiences of humans that can be mapped directly to the CNM Global Learning Outcomes.
Focused Course examines one or more topics applying all elements of sustainability (environmental, economic, and social) as a fundamental aspect of the course (i.e. most environmental/natural science courses explore all areas in depth in relation to at least one topic). Or covers a broad range of topics using sustainability lens (i.e. intro to sustainability or environmental planning).
Related Course examines one or more topics as it relates to at least one element of sustainability (i.e. a course that discusses social implications of technology), or uses a course element to discuss environmental impacts, such as in a focused assignment.
Work-Experience Education (WEE) courses at CNM are designed to give students a hands-on experience, primarily related to their chosen program, in a real-world environment. They vary by program or discipline and include: Internships, Co-op Education, Practicums, Clinicals, Apprenticeships, Work Embedded Learning and more. See the definitions list of Work-Experience Education options at CNM.