Nov 30, 2020  
2015 - 2016 CNM Catalog, Volume 48.1 
    
2015 - 2016 CNM Catalog, Volume 48.1 [The CNM Academic Year includes Fall, Spring, Summer Terms]

Integrated Studies, Associate of Applied Science


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School of Business & Information Technology (BIT)

Description

The Associate of Applied Science in Integrated Studies provides a degree designed for students who want to package a variety of job-related skills in order to achieve advancement and/or marketability in the workplace. This degree is not intended for transfer. Students with multiple credit hours may benefit from this degree path. This program cannot be a student’s second or subsequent degree.

Special Requirements

The program includes classroom, studio, laboratory instruction and distance learning.

Approximate Costs of this Educational Option

Financial Aid Considerations

Career and Educational Opportunities

This Associate of Applied Science Degree is not intended to transfer to a four-year institution. See Academic Advisement and Career Development for information on transfer degrees. Program information is available from the Business & Information Technology Office at (505) 224-3811.

For the graduation policy refer to the Graduating From CNM section, cnm.edu, or the student tab on MyCNM.

Recommended Sequence of Courses


Program Proficiencies and/or Prerequisites


Students must demonstrate proficiency in these areas either by placement exam scores  or specific course work.

Term 1


Term 2


  • * Choose one Course from Humanities, Biological/Physical Science, Fine Arts or Social/Behavioral Science, Communication, English or Journalism 3-4 credit hour(s)
  • * * Unspecified Electives 6 credit hour(s)
  • 3 credit hour(s)

Term 3


  • * * Unspecified Electives 12 credit hour(s)

Term 4


  • * * Unspecified Electives 12 credit hour(s)

Term 5


  • * * Unspecified Electives 12 credit hour(s)

Note


* * Unspecified Electives: Any Course Numbered 1000 or Above

Associate of Applied Science in Integrated Studies 60-63


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