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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.

Learning Communities by Term

 

Spring 2015 Learning Communities

BIO 1410/CSE 1101

Want to learn about the building blocks of life?  Also want to get a good grade?  This Learning Community pairs your introduction to Biology with a College Success class designed to help you learn the strategies and skills you'll need in the sciences.  This pairing will help you discover the best way to study, take tests, and learn.

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

87401

BIO 1410

150

T/R

12:00-1:15PM

MS 301

MAIN

87825

CSE 1101

150

M/W

1:00-2:50 PM

MS 209

MAIN

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

87405

BIO 1410

250

T/R

11:00-12:15 PM

H 122

MONTOYA

87827

CSE 1101

250

T/R

9:00-10:50 AM

H 123

MONTOYA

 

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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

88980

EMS 1412

153

T/R

8:00-10:45 AM

S 204

MAIN

88981

EMS 1493

153

T/R

11:30-2:15 PM

S 204

MAIN

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

87726

EMS 1412

152

F/S

9:00-11:45 AM

S 204

MAIN

87728

EMS 1493

152

F/S

12:30-3:15 PM

S 204

MAIN

 

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EMS 1053, EMS 1093 and EMS 1190

This pairing 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, YOU MUST 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

87709

EMS 1053

151

M/W

9:00-11:50 PM

S 202

MAIN

87715

EMS 1093

151

M/W

12:30-3:20 PM

S 202

MAIN

87720

EMS 1190

151

M/W

8:00-8:50 AM

S 202

MAIN

 

EMS 1190

151

ARRANGED

TBA

OFF

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

87710

EMS 1053

152

F/S

9:00-11:50 AM

S 202

MAIN

87716

EMS 1093

152

F/S

12:30-3:20 PM

S 202

MAIN

87721

EMS 1190

152

F/S

8:00-8:50 AM

S 202

MAIN

EMS 1190

152

ARRANGED

TBA

OFF

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

87711

EMS 1053

153

M/W

6:00-8:50 PM

S 202

MAIN

87717

EMS 1093

153

T/R

6:00-8:50 PM

S 202

MAIN

87722

EMS 1190

153

F

6:00-7:50 PM

S 202

MAIN

 

EMS 1190

153

ARRANGED

TBA

OFF

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

87712

EMS 1053

954

T/R

9:00-11:50 AM

 0303

AMREP

87718

EMS 1093

954

T/R

12:30-3:20 PM

 0303

AMREP

87723

EMS 1190

954

T/R

8:00-8:50 AM

 0303

AMREP

 

EMS 1190

954

ARRANGED

TBA

OFF

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

88142

EMS 1053

955

M/W

6:00-8:50 PM

 0303

AMREP

87719

EMS 1093

955

T/R

6:00-8:50 PM

 0303

AMREP

89020

EMS 1190

956

F

6:00-7:50 PM

 0303

AMREP

 

EMS 1190

956

ARRANGED

TBA

OFF

 

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ENG 0950 and 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, site 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

87835

ENG 0950

150

T/R

6:00-7:50 PM

MS 209

MAIN

87681

ENG 1101

150

M/W

6:00-7:15 PM

MS 209

MAIN

 

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ENG 1101 / HIST 1162: College Writing and US History II

This course is a combination of ENG 1101 & HIST 1161. Students will complete the readings and lectures for both courses, but the assessments will be the same for both- 4 essays, graded by both instructors.  This course will also be competency based, meaning students will be assessed on how well they demonstrate competency of the skills required in the English and history fields.

CRNCOURSE NO.SECCAMPUS

88882

ENG 1101

73

100% Online

85934

HIST 1162

51

100% Online

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECCAMPUS

88884

ENG 1101

74

100% Online

88883

HIST 1162

54

100% Online

 

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MATH 1315 / MATH 1316

Are you enrolling in MATH 1315, College Algebra this Semester? Would you like to:

  • Have more in-class time to explore graphs and sharpen basic algebra skills?
  • Work in groups on problems in class before going home to tackle homework?
  • Be part of a "math community" committed to working together to learn the material?

If you answered yes to the questions above, consider signing up for MATH 1315 (College) and MATH 1316 (College Algebra) workshop. These two back-to-back classes form our new Paced College Algebra Learning Community.

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

87444

MATH 1315

150

M/W

9:00-10:15 AM

MS 112

MAIN

87456

MATH 1316

150

M/W

10:20-10:45 AM

MS 112

MAIN

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

87441

MATH 1315

151

T/R

9:00-10:15 AM

MS 112

MAIN

87453

MATH 1316

151

T/R

10:20-10:45 AM

MS 112

MAIN

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

87443

MATH 1315

152

M/W

12:00-1:15 PM

MS 112

MAIN

87455

MATH 1316

152

M/W

11:30-11:55 AM

MS 112

MAIN

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

87442

MATH 1315

153

M/W

1:30-2:45 PM

MS 112

MAIN

87454

MATH 1316

153

M/W

2:50-3:15 PM

MS 112

MAIN

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

87445

MATH 1315

154

T/R

3:00-4:15 PM

MS 112

MAIN

87457

MATH 1316

154

T/R

2:30-2:55 PM

MS 112

MAIN

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

87447

MATH 1315

250

T/R

12:00-1:15 AM

I 210

MONTOYA

87458

MATH 1316

250

T/R

11:30-11:55 AM

I 210

MONTOYA

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

87452

MATH 1315

450

M/W

12:00-1:15 AM

RRI 215

RIO RANCHO

87463

MATH 1316

450

M/W

1:20-1:45 PM

RRI 215

RIO RANCHO

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

87451

MATH 1315

350

M/W

9:00-10:15 AM     

WSII 212

WESTSIDE

87459

MATH 1316

350

M/W

10:20-10:45 AM

WSII 212

WESTSIDE

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

87449

MATH 1315

351

T/R

1:30-2:45 PM

WSII 212

WESTSIDE

87460

MATH 1316

351

T/R

2:50-3:15 PM

WSII 212

WESTSIDE

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

87450

MATH 1315

352

T/R

5:30-6:45 PM

WSII 212

WESTSIDE

87461

MATH 1316

352

T/R

5:00-5:25 PM

WSII 212

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 of 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

87512

PHLB 1010

551

MTRF

7:30-9:05 AM

SV TBA

SOUTH VALLEY

87517

PHLB 1092

551

MTRF

9:30-12:50 PM

SV 35

SOUTH VALLEY

87514

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 of 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

89026

PHLB 1010

352

MWR

4:30-5:45 PM

WS II 210

WESTSIDE

89027

PHLB 1092

352

MWR

6:00-8:45 PM

WS II 213

WESTSIDE

 

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RDG 0950 and PSY 1105: Reading and Critical Thinking with Introduction to Psychology

Ever wonder why people do what they do? How can we manage stress better? Why do we fall in love?  How do we learn? Why do we forget? Would you like to take Psychology 1105, but you need a Reading 0950 prerequisite? You don’t have to wait!  Enroll in both courses by choosing a learning community and the reading prerequisite is automatically waived. Even better, the reading, studying and critical thinking strategies you learn and practice in RDG 0950 are applied directly to the psychology material. Students enrolled in this learning community are more likely to succeed in both classes and receive higher grades.  We have several class times and locations to choose from!

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

87833

RDG 0950

150

T/R

9:30-11:20 AM

MS 313

MAIN

86613

PSY 1105

150

M/W

9:00-10:15 AM

MS 313

MAIN

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

87834

RDG 0950

152

T/R

12:00-1:50 PM

MS 213

MAIN

88488

PSY 1105

152

T/R

9:00-10:15 AM

MS 214

MAIN

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

88579

RDG 0950

154

T/R

9:30-11:20 AM

MS 313

MAIN

88461

PSY 1105

154

M/W

10:30-11:45AM

MS 313

MAIN

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

88580

RDG 0950

156

T/R

12:00-1:50 PM

MS 213

MAIN

88449

PSY 1105

156

T/R

10:30-11:45 AM

MS 214

MAIN

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

88581

RDG 0950

250

T/R

9:30-11:20 AM

H 217

MONTOYA

85777

PSY 1105

250

M/W

9:00-10:15 AM

H 127

MONTOYA

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

88583

RDG 0950

252

T/R

9:30-11:20 AM

H 217

MONTOYA

85779

PSY 1105

252

M/W

10:30-11:45 AM

H 127

MONTOYA

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

88582

RDG 0950

254

T/R

12:00-1:50 PM 

H 217  

MONTOYA

85782

PSY 1105

254

M/W

12:00-1:15 PM

H 127 

MONTOYA

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

88584

RDG 0950

256

T/R

12:00-:1:50 PM

H 127

MONTOYA

86351

PSY 1105

256

M/W

1:30-2:45 PM

H 127

MONTOYA

 

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Fall 2014 Learning Communities

BIO 1410/CSE 1101

Want to learn about the building blocks of life? Also want to get a good grade? This Learning Community pairs your introduction to Biology with a College Success class designed to help you learn the strategies and skills you'll need in the sciences. This pairing will help you discover the best way to study, take tests, and learn.

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

78594

BIO 1410

150

T/R

1:30-2:45 PM

MS 201

MAIN

78349

CSE 1101

150

M/W

1:00-2:50 PM

MS 210

MAIN

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

78595

BIO 1410

250

M/W

11:00-12:15 PM

H 122

MONTOYA

78566

CSE 1101

250

M/W

9:00-10:50 AM

H 117

MONTOYA

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

78596

BIO 1410

251

M/W

11:00-12:15 PM

H 122

MONTOYA

78567

CSE 1101

251

M/W

12:30-2:20 PM

H 122

MONTOYA

 

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EMS 1053, EMS 1093 and EMS 1190

This pairing 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, YOU MUST 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

78938

EMS 1053

152

M/W

9:00-11:50AM

S 202

MAIN

78943

EMS 1093

152

M/W

12:30-3:20 PM

S 202

MAIN

78948

EMS 1190

152

M/W

8:00-8:50 AM

S 202

MAIN

78948

EMS 1190

152

ARRANGED

TBA

OFF

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

78939

EMS 1053

153

F/S

9:00-11:50 AM

S 202

MAIN

78944

EMS 1093

153

F/S

12:30-3:20 PM

S 202

MAIN

78949

EMS 1190

153

F/S

8:00-8:50 AM

S 202

MAIN

78949

EMS 1190

153

ARRANGED

TBA

OFF

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

78940

EMS 1053

154

M/W

6:00-8:50 PM

S 202

MAIN

78945

EMS 1093

154

T/R

6:00-8:50 PM

S 202

MAIN

78950

EMS 1190

154

F

6:00-8:50 PM

S 202

MAIN

78950

EMS 1190

453

ARRANGED

TBA

OFF

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

78941

EMS 1053

451

T/R

9:00 11:50AM

I 108

RIO RANCHO

78946

EMS 1093

451

T/R

12:30-3:20 PM

I 108

RIO RANCHO

78951

EMS 1190

451

T/R

8:00-8:50 AM

I 108

RIO RANCHO

78951

EMS 1190

451

ARRANGED

TBA

OFF

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

78942

EMS 1053

452

M/W

6:00-8:50 PM

I 108

RIO RANCHO

78947

EMS 1093

452

T/R

6:00-8:50 PM

I 108

RIO RANCHO

78952

EMS 1190

452

F

6:00-8:50 PM

I 108

RIO RANCHO

78952

EMS 1190

452

ARRANGED

TBA

OFF

 

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ENG 0950 and ENG 1101

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, site 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

78839

ENG 1101

150

M/W

6:00-7:15 PM

MS 209

MAIN

77878

ENG 0950

150

T/R

6:00-7:50 PM

MS 209

MAIN

 

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MATH 1315 / MATH 1316

Are you enrolling in MATH 1315, College Algebra this Semester? Would you like to:
• Have more in-class time to explore graphs and sharpen basic algebra skills?
• Work in groups on problems in class before going home to tackle homework?
• Be part of a "math community" committed to working together to learn the material?
If you answered yes to the questions above, consider signing up for MATH 1315 – College — and MATH 1316 – College Algebra workshop. These two back-to-back classes form our new Paced College Algebra Learning Community.

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

78519

MATH 1315

150

M/W

9:00-10:15 AM

MS 107

MAIN

78495

MATH 1316

150

M/W

10:20-10:45 AM

MS 107

MAIN

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

78518

MATH 1315

151

T/R

1:30-2:45 PM

MS 108

MAIN

78496

MATH 1316

151

T/R

3:00-3:25 PM

MS 108

MAIN

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

78517

MATH 1315

152

M/W

3:00-4:15 PM

MS 107

MAIN

78497

MATH 1316

152

M/W

4:30-4:55 PM

MS 107

MAIN

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

78516

MATH 1315

153

T/R

4:00-5:15 PM

MS 108

MAIN

78498

MATH 1316

153

T/R

5:30-5:55 PM

MS 108

MAIN

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

77812

MATH 1315

154

M/W

5:30-6:45 PM

MS 108

MAIN

78499

MATH 1316

154

M/W

7:00-7:25 PM

MS 108

MAIN

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

78514

MATH 1315

250

M/W

9:00-10:15 AM

K 206

MONTOYA

78500

MATH 1316

250

M/W

10:20-10:45 AM

K 206

MONTOYA

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

78513

MATH 1315

251

T/R

9:00-10:15 AM

I 205

MONTOYA

78501

MATH 1316

251

T/R

10:20-10:45 AM

I 205

MONTOYA

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

78512

MATH 1315

252

T/R

12:00-1:15 PM

I 205

MONTOYA

78502

MATH 1316

252

T/R

11:30-11:55 AM

I 205

MONTOYA

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

78511

MATH 1315

253

M/W

1:30-2:45 PM

I 203

MONTOYA

78503

MATH 1316

253

M/W

2:50-3:15 PM

I 203

MONTOYA

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

78508

MATH 1315

350

M/W

10:00-11:15 AM

WSII 122

WESTSIDE

78504

MATH 1316

350

M/W

11:30-11:55 AM

WSII 122

WESTSIDE

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

78509

ATH 1315

351

T/R

11:30-12:45 PM

MJG 203

WESTSIDE

78505

MATH 1316

351

T/R

11:00-11:25 AM

MJG 203

WESTSIDE

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

78510

MATH 1315

352

T/R

1:30-2:45 PM

MJG 203

WESTSIDE

78506

MATH 1316

352

T/R

2:50-3:15 PM

MJG 203

WESTSIDE

 

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PHLB 1010 and PHLB 1092 (ONE-TERM OPTION)

This pairing 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

78775

PHLB 1010

551

MTRF

7:30-9:05 AM

SV TBA

SVC

78778

PHLB 1092

551

MTRF

9:30-1:15 PM

SV 35

SVC

78776

PHLB 1090

951

MTWRF

TBA

TBA

TBA

 

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PHLB 1010 and PHLB 1092 (TWO-TERM OPTION)

This pairing 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

78774

PHLB 1010

351

TWR

4:30-5:45 PM

WS II 211

WESTSIDE

78777

PHLB 1092

351

TWR

6:00-8:50 PM

WS II 213

WESTSIDE

 

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RDG 0950 and PSY 1105: Reading and Critical Thinking with Introduction to Psychology

Ever wonder why people do what they do? How can we manage stress better? Why do we fall in love? How do we learn? Why do we forget? Would you like to take Psychology 1105, but you need a Reading 0950 prerequisite? You don't have to wait! Enroll in both courses by choosing a learning community and the reading prerequisite is automatically waived. Even better, the reading, studying and critical thinking strategies you learn and practice in RDG 0950 are applied directly to the psychology material. Students enrolled in this learning community are more likely to succeed in both classes and receive higher grades. We have several class times and locations to choose from!

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

75325

RDG 0950

150

T/R

9:30-11:20 AM

MS 209

MAIN

78929

PSY 1105

150

M/W

9:00-10:15 AM

MS 209

MAIN

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

78003

RDG 0950

152

T/R

12:00-1:50 PM

MS 208

MAIN

75660

PSY 1105

152

M/W

10:30-11:45 AM

MS 208

MAIN

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

79013

RDG 0950

154

T/R

9:30-11:20 AM

MS 209

MAIN

76457

PSY 1105

154

M/W

12:00-1:15 PM

MS 209

MAIN

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

79014

RDG 0950

156

T/R

12:00-1:50 PM

MS 208

MAIN

75665

PSY 1105

156

M/W

3:00-4:15 PM

MS 208

MAIN

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

78005

RDG 0950

250

T/R

9:30-11:20 AM

K 210

MONTOYA

75675

PSY 1105

250

M/W

9:00-10:15 AM

K 210

MONTOYA

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

75348

RDG 0950

252

T/R

12:00-1:50 PM

K 210

MONTOYA

75677

PSY 1105

252

M/W

10:30-11:45 AM

K 210

MONTOYA

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

78632

RDG 0950

254

T/R

9:30-11:20 AM

K 210

MONTOYA

75679

PSY 1105

254

M/W

12:00-1:15 PM

K 210

MONTOYA

 

CRNCOURSE NO.SECDAYSTIMESROOMCAMPUS

75681

PSY 1105

256

M/W

1:30-2:45 PM

K 210

MONTOYA

 

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