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Learning Communities

In a Learning Community, students enroll in two or more classes together to create a "community" of learners.

At CNM, dynamic and experienced instructors team up to plan and teach these paired courses and to give you the support and attention you need.

 

Summer 2015 Learning Communities

EMS 1053, EMS 1093 and EMS 1190

This paring of courses is required for gaining EMT-Basic licensure in the State of New Mexico.  Students must also take HLTH 1001 as a pre or co-requisite.  If taking HLTH 1001 as a co-requisite, please  do so  IN THE FIRST TWO WEEKS OF THE TERM .These linked courses create a community of students gaining the knowledge, skills, and behaviors required to provide entry-level emergency care in the pre-hospital environment. The clinical Course EMS 1190 has an 4 week classroom component along with a clinical experience in the hospital, which is scheduled OUTSIDE OF REGULAR CLASS HOURS AT A HOSPITAL. Please register for the learning communities as grouped below.

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

94631

EMS 1053

151

M/W

9:00- 12:50 PM

S 202

MAIN

94638

EMS 1093

151

M/W

1:30-5:20 PM

S 202

MAIN

94643

EMS 1190

151

M/W

8:00-8:50 AM

S 202

MAIN

94643

EMS 1190

151

 

ARRANGED

TBA

OFF

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

94632

EMS 1053

152

F/S

9:00-12:50 PM

S202

MAIN

94639

EMS 1093

152

F/S

1:30-5:20 PM

S202

MAIN

94644

EMS 1190

152

 F/S

 8:00-8:50 AM

 S202

 MAIN

94644

EMS 1190

152

 

ARRANGED

TBA

OFF

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

94635

EMS 1053

153

M/W

5:30 -9:20 PM

S202

MAIN

94642

EMS 1093

153

S

8:00 -4:20 PM

S202

MAIN

94647

EMS 1190

153

F

6:00 - 7:50 PM

S202

 MAIN

94647

EMS 1190

153

 

ARRANGED

TBA

OFF

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

94633

EMS 1053

954

T/R

9:00 -12:50 PM

 

AMREP

94640

EMS 1093

954

T/R

1:30 -5:20 PM

 

AMREP

94645

EMS 1190

954

T/R

8:00 -8:50 AM

 

 AMREP

94645

EMS 1190

954

 

ARRANGED

TBA

OFF

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

94634

EMS 1053

953

F/S

9:00-12:50 PM

 

AMREP

94641

EMS 1093

953

F/S

1:30-5:20 PM

 

AMREP

94646

EMS 1190

953

F/S

8:00-8:50 AM

 

AMREP

94646

EMS 1190

 

 

ARRANGED

 

OFF

 

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EMS 1412 and EMS 1493

This paring of courses is required for gaining EMT-Intermediate licensure in the State of New Mexico. It is preferred that students be licensed EMT-Basics with pre-hospital experience to take this course. Students who have recently completed their EMT-Basic courses and are in the process of taking their licensure exam may also attend. These linked courses create a community of students gaining the knowledge, skills, and behaviors required to provide intermediate-level emergency care in the pre-hospital environment.

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

94648

EMS 1412

151

F/S

9:00-12:50 PM

S 204

MAIN

94650

EMS 1493

151

F/S

1:30-5:20 PM

S 204

MAIN

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

94649

EMS 1412

152

T/R

9:00-12:50 PM

S 204

MAIN

94651

EMS 1493

152

T/R

1:30-5:20 PM

S 204

MAIN

 

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ENG 0950/ENG 1101: Essay Writing and College Writing

Ready for a challenge? Want to earn college credit for English 1101 while taking English 0950? If you place into English 0950, you can take this co-requisite course in which you will learn to write college essays, conduct research, cite sources, and master grammar. Best of all, you will finish English 0950 and English 1101 in one semester instead of two.  Be prepared to attend regularly, read faithfully, discuss enthusiastically, and write critically!  Norton Field Guide textbook provided free for students' use in this course.

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

94560

ENG 0950

150

T/R

5:30-7:45 PM

SB 220

MAIN

94559

ENG 1101

150

M/W

5:30-7:15 PM

SB 220

MAIN

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

92874

ENG 0950

350

M/W

10:30 -12:45 PM

MJG 214

WESTSIDE

94609

ENG 1101

350

T/R

10:30 -12:15 PM

MJG 214

WESTSIDE

 

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PHLB 1010 and PHLB 1092 (ONE-TERM OPTION)

This paring of courses includes basic concepts in venipuncture and skin puncture procedures along with an overview of anatomy and physiology, medical terminology, quality assurance and medico-legal issues.  These linked courses create a community of students gaining the knowledge, skills, and behaviors required for the practice phlebotomy procedures using artificial arms and human subjects.  Students will have an opportunity to practice phlebotomy procedures on actual patients in area hospitals and clinics.

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

94530

PHLB 1010

551

MTRF

7:30-9:05 AM

SV 59

SVC

94533

PHLB 1092

551

MTRF

9:30-1:15 PM 

SV 35

SVC

94531

PHLB 1090

951

MTWRF

TBA

TBA

TBA

 

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PHLB 1010 and PHLB 1092 (TWO-TERM OPTION)

This paring of courses includes basic concepts in venipuncture and skin puncture procedures along with an overview of anatomy and physiology, medical terminology, quality assurance and medico-legal issues.  These linked courses create a community of students gaining the knowledge, skills, and behaviors required for the practice phlebotomy procedures using artificial arms and human subjects.  Students will have an opportunity to practice phlebotomy procedures on actual patients in area hospitals and clinics in the following term.

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

94529

PHLB 1010

352

MTW

4:30-5:45 PM

WS II TBA

WESTSIDE

94532

PHLB 1092

352

MTW

6:00-8:50 PM

WS II 213

WESTSIDE

 

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