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Dual Credit Course Offerings

Here are some great dual credit course opportunities!

Become a Dual Credit Student

Visit our Steps to Becoming a Dual Credit Student for application instructions, textbook information and to register for classes.

You can also search the Schedule of Classes for all course options. High school students can take any college-level course numbered 1000 or higher (fitness courses are excluded from the Dual Credit Program). Under the Dual Credit program, tuition and registration fees are waived. *Students are responsible for course fees and uniforms, if required.

Spring 2020

*NOTE: Some of these courses are hidden and can't be found on our public Schedule of Classes. You must manually enter the course registration number (CRN) to register. Please see our Registration Step-by-Step Guide for help.

Course Title

Course Registration Number (CRN)

Times & Location

AMST 1140 - Introduction to Race, Class & Ethnicity
This course offers an introduction to the field of American Studies through an interdisciplinary examination of race, class and ethnicity in the United States and in a global context. Using a schedule of keywords, we will engage a range of central themes and concerns. We will examine histories of injustice, and resistance to injustice. Readings and assignments encourage students to notice the privilege and oppression at the core of U.S. society. The class will challenge the widely accepted assumption that we as a nation have moved beyond race and racism. Through readings, films, online sources, and our assignments, this course aims to increase our knowledge of inequity in our society, and the impact of those inequities on various societies and individuals.

84329
*Accuplacer Required

JAN 13 - APR 26
ONLINE

AMST 1140 - Introduction to Race, Class & Ethnicity
This course offers an introduction to the field of American Studies through an interdisciplinary examination of race, class and ethnicity in the United States and in a global context. Using a schedule of keywords, we will engage a range of central themes and concerns. We will examine histories of injustice, and resistance to injustice. Readings and assignments encourage students to notice the privilege and oppression at the core of U.S. society. The class will challenge the widely accepted assumption that we as a nation have moved beyond race and racism. Through readings, films, online sources, and our assignments, this course aims to increase our knowledge of inequity in our society, and the impact of those inequities on various societies and individuals.

86169
*Accuplacer Required

CANCELLED

BIOL 1125 - Human Biology
Basic scientific principles are applied to understanding the human body and explored in a biology laboratory setting. Students will learn about how the Scientific Method is developing our understanding of major organ systems and how those systems function together. The course will also explore how our concepts of human physiology have changed through years of accumulation of scientific knowledge, how human physiology and evolution has been influenced by environmental changes, and how we influence our environment to maintain homeostasis. Course work will include group activities in the laboratory to see how organ systems work together and the development of a small group project that incorporates the information learned about human biology and how it relates to other aspects of life outside the realm of sciences.

86090
*Accuplacer Required

JAN 13 - APR 26
Tuesday & Thursday
12:00-1:45 p.m.

CNM Main Campus

BIOL 1125 - Human Biology
Basic scientific principles are applied to understanding the human body and explored in a biology laboratory setting. Students will learn about how the Scientific Method is developing our understanding of major organ systems and how those systems function together. The course will also explore how our concepts of human physiology have changed through years of accumulation of scientific knowledge, how human physiology and evolution has been influenced by environmental changes, and how we influence our environment to maintain homeostasis. Course work will include group activities in the laboratory to see how organ systems work together and the development of a small group project that incorporates the information learned about human biology and how it relates to other aspects of life outside the realm of sciences.

86089
*Accuplacer Required

JAN 13 - APR 26
ONLINE

BIOL 1215 - Biology for Environmental Sciences
An introduction to ecology, current environmental problems and control measures. Emphasis on human impact, modern technology, natural ecosystems, social, political, and economic processes. The student will have the knowledge to become environmentally responsible and contribute to the quality of human life. This course is intended for non-biology majors in their first year (1000 level) of their college career.

83769
*Accuplacer Required
*Recommended: BIOL 1215L

JAN 13 - APR 26
Tuesday & Thursday
9:00-10:15 a.m.

CNM Main Campus

BIOL 1215 - Biology for Environmental Sciences
An introduction to ecology, current environmental problems and control measures. Emphasis on human impact, modern technology, natural ecosystems, social, political, and economic processes. The student will have the knowledge to become environmentally responsible and contribute to the quality of human life. This course is intended for non-biology majors in their first year (1000 level) of their college career.

83970
*Accuplacer Required
*Recommended: BIOL 1215L

JAN 13 - APR 26
ONLINE

BIOL 1215L - Biology for Environmental Sciences Lab
This course investigates relevant environmental science principles with emphasized analysis of water, soil, and air pollutants. Part of the course requires potential field trips and dissection.

83770
*Accuplacer Required
*Pre- or corequisite: BIOL 1215

JAN 13 - APR 26
Thursday
10:30 a.m. - 1:15 p.m.
CNM Main Campus

BIOL 1215L - Biology for Environmental Sciences Lab
This course investigates relevant environmental science principles with emphasized analysis of water, soil, and air pollutants. Part of the course requires potential field trips and dissection.

85211
*Accuplacer Required
*Pre- or corequisite: BIOL 1215

JAN 13 - APR 26
ONLINE

EDUC 1120 - Introduction to Education
Introduction to the historical, philosophical, sociological foundations of education, current trends, and issues in education; especially as it relates to a multicultural environment. Students will use those foundations to develop effective strategies related to problems, issues and responsibilities in the field of education.

87050
*Accuplacer Required
*Corequisite: EDUC 1190

FEB 3 - APR 26
Monday & Wednesday
2:30-5:30 p.m.
Career Enrichment Center (CEC)
807 Mountain Rd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87102

EDUC 1190 - Introduction to Education Practicum
Applies understanding of the field of teacher education in a field-based 45-hour practicum in a K-12 school based setting in general or special education. Students will observe and apply understanding of educational theory to classroom practice. Students must successfully pass a background check to complete the course requirements.

87051
*Accuplacer Required
*Corequisite: EDUC 1120

FEB 3 - APR 26
Monday & Wednesday
2:30-5:30 p.m.
Career Enrichment Center (CEC)
807 Mountain Rd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87102

FDMA 1260 - Introduction to Digital Media
Explores concepts of how text, graphics, sound, images and video come together in a digital media program and researching new trends and current issues related to media applications and design. Students will be involved in teamwork, communication and workplace interaction simulation.

86912
*Pre- or corequisite: BCIS 1110

JAN 13 - APR 26
Monday & Wednesday
10:30-11:45 a.m.
CNM Rio Rancho Campus

FIN 1005 - Financial Services Career Exploration
To prepare students for a possible career in the financial services industry. Students will have the opportunity to interact with financial industry experts and develop skills and knowledge necessary to obtain employment in the financial industry. Students will also gain personal finance, academic and life skills necessary for successful transition into college and/or future employment.

85783
*No Accuplacer Required

FEB 3 - APR 26
Tuesday & Thursday
12:30-1:45 p.m.
Career Enrichment Center (CEC)
807 Mountain Rd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87102

FS 1010 - Principles of Emergency Services
This course provides an overview to fire protection and emergency services; career opportunities in fire protection and related fields; culture and history of emergency services; fire loss analysis; organization and function of public and private fire protection services; fire departments as part of local government; laws and regulations affecting the fire service; fire service nomenclature; specific fire protection functions; basic fire chemistry and physics; introduction to fire protection systems; introduction to fire strategy and tactics; life safety initiatives. This course meets the requirements set forth by the Fire and Emergency Services Higher Education (FESHE) Initiative.

86437
*Accuplacer Required

FEB 3 - APR 26
Monday
1:00-4:45 p.m.
Career Enrichment Center (CEC)
807 Mountain Rd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87102

FS 1504 - Wildland Firefighting
Students will gain knowledge in wildland fire standards, techniques and suppression methods associated with various fuel types, weather and topography. In addition, students will also gain knowledge in fire line references and explore the techniques associated with wildland structural defense. Students will gain a working knowledge of fire behavior and fire control techniques needed to carry out assigned wildland fire tasks. Students successfully completing the course will receive S-130, S-190, I-100, and L-180 certificates recognized by the National Wildfire Coordination Group (NWCG).

86438
*Accuplacer Required

FEB 3 - APR 26
Wednesday
1:00-4:45 p.m.
Career Enrichment Center (CEC)
807 Mountain Rd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87102

HIST 1180 - Survey of Modern Latin America
The primary objective of this course is to serve as a survey of the history of Latin America from independence to the present. This course will explore the contributions of Indigenous peoples, Africans, and Europeans to the creation of Latin America’s diverse societies. The elements of this course are designed to inform students on the major events and trends that are essential to the understanding of the history of Latin America within the context of world societies.

86582
*Accuplacer Required

CANCELLED

HIST 1180 - Survey of Modern Latin America
The primary objective of this course is to serve as a survey of the history of Latin America from independence to the present. This course will explore the contributions of Indigenous peoples, Africans, and Europeans to the creation of Latin America’s diverse societies. The elements of this course are designed to inform students on the major events and trends that are essential to the understanding of the history of Latin America within the context of world societies.

85094
*Accuplacer Required

CANCELLED

HUMN 2110 - Introduction to World Humanities II
This course is an interdisciplinary introduction to the interrelationships of cultural contributions and values during the Renaissance, Baroque, Enlightenment, Romantic, and Modern eras in Europe as well as those during the same time periods in China, Japan, Africa, other parts of the Middle East, and Latin America. The course will emphasize artistic expression, philosophical thought, and religious practices in these regions, as well as historical and technological developments.

84823
*Accuplacer Required

JAN 13 - APR 26
ONLINE

MATH 1215 - Intermediate Algebra
A study of linear and quadratic functions, and an introduction to polynomial, absolute value, rational, radical, exponential, and logarithmic functions. A development of strategies for solving single-variable equations and contextual problems.

86748
*Accuplacer Required

JAN 13 - APR 26
Tuesday & Thursday
2:00-3:50 p.m.
Career Enrichment Center (CEC)
807 Mountain Rd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87102

MLT 1001 - Preparation for Medical Lab Sciences
An introduction to the Medical Laboratory industry and the skills necessary to succeed in laboratory education and careers. Includes college success skills, an overview of technical departments and specialties, and non-technical aspects of working and gaining employment in healthcare. Coursework will include hands-on demonstrations and interactions with current laboratory personnel.

85188
*No Accuplacer Required

JAN 27 - APR 5
Wednesday
3:00 - 5:45 p.m.
CNM Main Campus
(1/29 & 2/5)
TriCore Reference Labs
(2/12-4/1)
1001 Woodward Pl NE
Albuquerque, NM 87102

RELG 1110 - Introduction to World Religions
This course introduces major world religions and the scholarly methods of the academic study of religion. Religions covered may include: Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Daoism, Judaism, Christianity, Islam and/or New Religious Movements.

84265
*Accuplacer Required

JAN 13 - APR 26
Tuesday & Thursday
9:00 a.m. - 10:15 p.m.
CNM Main Campus