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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.

Fall 2019

*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

AT 1005 - Survey of Applied Technologies
In this course students will participate in an overview of career opportunities available to students in the programs of study offered by the School of Applied Technologies. Students will uncover the real life aspects of these careers, including information on salaries, workload and job satisfaction. Students will map the path from a career aspiration to the actions and timelines that will make that career possible.

77587
*No Accuplacer Required

Aug 12 - Sept 1
ONLINE

AT 1005 - Survey of Applied Technologies
In this course students will participate in an overview of career opportunities available to students in the programs of study offered by the School of Applied Technologies. Students will uncover the real life aspects of these careers, including information on salaries, workload and job satisfaction. Students will map the path from a career aspiration to the actions and timelines that will make that career possible.

76716
*No Accuplacer Required

Sept 3 - Dec 15
ONLINE

AT 1005 - Survey of Applied Technologies
In this course students will participate in an overview of career opportunities available to students in the programs of study offered by the School of Applied Technologies. Students will uncover the real life aspects of these careers, including information on salaries, workload and job satisfaction. Students will map the path from a career aspiration to the actions and timelines that will make that career possible.

77006
*No Accuplacer Required

Sept 23 - Dec 15
ONLINE

BA 2095 - Cooperative Education
Provides an opportunity for a structured educational (paid) work experience related to a student’s academic goals. Cooperative Education is a partnership between the student and both the educational institution and the employer, with specific responsibilities for each party. Requires a minimum of 135 hours and must involve a new learning experience.

77393
*Prerequisite: Department approval
*Must complete FIN 1005 to be considered for internship.

Sept 3 - Dec 15
Internship days and times vary

EMS 1001 - EMS First Responder Theory
Provides the level of classroom instruction needed to assist in patient emergencies in the workplace and non-transport settings. Some fire services allow First Responder certification as a minimum requirement for employment; most prehospital EMS services require EMT-Basic licensure. Includes instruction on preparatory topics, airway management, patient assessment, medical emergencies, trauma emergencies, pediatric care and EMS operations. Meets or exceeds the cognitive objectives of the National EMS Education Standards and incorporates the NM First Responder Scope of Practice.

76937
*Accuplacer Required
*Pre- or corequisite: HLTH 1001 and Corequisite EMS 1091

Sept 3 - Nov 24
Monday & Wednesday
2:00-3:20 p.m.
Career Enrichment Center (CEC)
807 Mountain Rd. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87102

EMS 1091 - EMS First Responder Lab
Students will be introduced to a variety of First Responder emergency skills and patient assessment strategies.

76936
*No Accuplacer Required
*Corequisite: EMS 1001

Sept 3 - Nov 24
Tuesday & Thursday
2:00-4:00 p.m.
Career Enrichment Center (CEC)
807 Mountain Rd. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87102

ENGL 1410 - Introduction to Literature
In this course, students will examine a variety of literary genres, including fiction, poetry, and drama. Students will identify common literary elements in each genre, understanding how specific elements influence meaning.

75010
*Prerequisite: ENGL 1110 or ENGL 1110P

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Sept 3 - Dec 15
Tuesday & Thursday
1:30-2:45 p.m.
CNM Montoya Campus
H Building Room 109

ENGL 2310 - Introduction to Creative Writing
This course will introduce students to the basic elements of creative writing, including short fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction. Students will read and study published works as models, but the focus of this “workshop” course is on students revising and reflecting on their own writing. Throughout this course, students will be expected to read poetry, fiction, and non-fiction closely, and analyze the craft features employed. They will be expected to write frequently in each of these genres.

Various sections offered, please view flyer

ENGL 2320 - Introduction to Fiction Writing
This course will introduce students to the basic elements of fiction writing. This course is a reading and “workshop” introduction to the fundamental working modes of fiction. Throughout this course,students will be expected to read classic and contemporary fiction closely and analyze the craft features employed. They will be expected to write frequently in various fiction genres throughout the course.

74793
*Prerequisite: ENGL 1110 or ENGL 1110P

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Sept 3 - Dec 15
Monday & Wednesday
12:00-1:15 p.m.
CNM Main Campus
KC Building Room 123

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.

75865
*No Accuplacer Required

 

Sept 23 - Dec 15
Tuesday & Thursday
12:30-1:45 p.m.
Career Enrichment Center (CEC)
807 Mountain Rd. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87102

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.

76912
*No Accuplacer Required

Sept 23 - Dec 15
Monday & Wednesday
12:30-1:45 p.m.
Career Enrichment Center (CEC)
807 Mountain Rd. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87102

FREN 1120 - French II
A continuation of French I, students will develop a broader foundation in skills gained during the first semester, including understanding, speaking, reading, and writing French aiming towards the ACTFL intermediate-low level. This course is designed to increase student fluency in French and Francophone products, practices, and perspectives, identifying common cultural patterns, describing basic cultural viewpoints, and further developing their sense of personal and social responsibility through the investigation of cultural issues.

CANCELLED
*Prerequisite: FREN 1110 or department approval

FYEX 1110 - First Year Experience
This course is designed to help students achieve greater success in college and in life. Students will learn many proven strategies for creating greater academic, professional, and personal success. Topics may include career exploration, time management, study and test-taking strategies to adapt to different learning environments, interpersonal relationships, wellness management, financial literacy, and campus and community resources.

77020
*Accuplacer Required

Sept 3 - Nov 24
ONLINE

HLTH 1020 - Introduction to Healthcare Careers
This course is designed to familiarize students with the various careers in the medical field. Students will learn skills necessary for healthcare career pathways including: working with others, communication skills, legal and ethical responsibilities, cultural considerations in the healthcare industry, problem solving, decision making, accepting personal responsibility and self-management. Instructional delivery will engage students in hands-on, real-world activities.

75907
*No Accuplacer Required

Sept 23 - Dec 15
Thursday
3:00-4:35 p.m.
CNM Main Campus
JS Building Room 303

HLTH 1020 - Introduction to Healthcare Careers
This course is designed to familiarize students with the various careers in the medical field. Students will learn skills necessary for healthcare career pathways including: working with others, communication skills, legal and ethical responsibilities, cultural considerations in the healthcare industry, problem solving, decision making, accepting personal responsibility and self-management. Instructional delivery will engage students in hands-on, real-world activities.

77339
*No Accuplacer Required

Sept 23 - Dec 15
Tuesday
3:00-4:35 p.m.
CNM Main Campus
JS Building Room 303

HWPS 1005 - Survey of Health, Wellness and Public Safety
This course will introduce the students to the programs in the School of Health, Wellness & Public Safety. Students will explore related careers through research, guest speakers and hands-on experiences in laboratory settings. Strategies to enhance college success will be explored and critical thinking will be emphasized throughout the course.

75925
*No Accuplacer Required

Sept 23 - Dec 15
Wednesday
4:00-5:35 p.m.
CNM Main Campus
JS Building Room 306

HWPS 1005 - Survey of Health, Wellness and Public Safety
This course will introduce the students to the programs in the School of Health, Wellness & Public Safety. Students will explore related careers through research, guest speakers and hands-on experiences in laboratory settings. Strategies to enhance college success will be explored and critical thinking will be emphasized throughout the course.

76389
*No Accuplacer Required

Sept 23 - Dec 15
Monday
5:30-7:05 p.m.
CNM Main Campus
Location TBD

LTAM 1111 - Latin American Film
Explores themes relevant to Latin American societies through the viewing and analysis of critically acclaimed films and documentaries from Latin America. Such themes include cultural and/or religious conflict, rural vs. urban and migration issues, changing gender and social roles, marginalized peoples, and globalization.

77271
*Accuplacer Required

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Sept 3 - Dec 15
Tuesday
6:00-8:45 p.m.
CNM Main Campus
SB Building Room 209

MATH 1220 - College Algebra
The study of equations, functions and graphs, reviewing linear and quadratic functions, and concentrating on polynomial, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions. Emphasizes algebraic problem solving skills and graphical representation of functions.

CANCELLED
*Accuplacer Required

 

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.

75714
*No Accuplacer Required

Sept 16 - Nov 24
Wednesday
3:00-5:45 p.m.
CNM Main Campus
(Sept 16 - Oct 2)
JS Building Room 207
TriCore
(Oct 9 - Nov 20)
1001 Woodward Pl. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87102

SPAN 1125 - Conversational Spanish I
Introduces basic conversational skills and practice speaking Spanish.

77566
*Pre- or corequisite: SPAN 1120 or department approval

Sept 3 - Dec 15
Wednesday & Friday 
7:30-9:50 a.m.
Career Enrichment Center (CEC)
807 Mountain Rd. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87102

Bilingual Customer Service Certificate Program at CEC
The Bilingual Customer Service Representative applies customer relations principles to aid non-native speakers of English in becoming successful representatives. Learn essential writing skills, business professionalism skills and telephone techniques. Participants will
simultaneously earn the ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) Certificate. Click here to view the flyer.

*NOTE: All three courses below should be taken all together. A series of three additional courses will be offered in the spring to complete the certificate.

Course Title

Course Registration Number (CRN)

Times & Location

ESOL 1001 - Academic and Workplace Communication for Specific Purposes
This course provides nonnative English speakers with opportunities to develop listening and speaking skills in the context of a specific industry and/or for academic success. Students use industry or academic field-specific terminology to practice pronunciation, intonation and public speaking skills. Short lectures from native speakers in the specific industry or academic field provide the cultural context for the course.
77733
*Accuplacer Required
*Department approval required. Contact Ana Patino-Guillen 505-224-3938 or apatino2@cnm.edu
Sept 9 - Dec 1
Monday & Wednesday
3:30-5:15
Career Enrichment Center (CEC)
807 Mountain Rd. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87102
ESOL 1010 - Reading and Vocabulary for Specific Purposes
This course for nonnative English speakers focuses on the development and application of a variety of reading strategies to comprehend advanced authentic texts, documents, and materials relevant to students’ academic and/or professional needs. Students learn and practice critical reading and thinking skills and focus on building academic and/or industry-specific vocabulary to expand their lexical repertoires.

77734
*Accuplacer Required
*Department approval required. Contact Ana Patino-Guillen 505-224-3938 or apatino2@cnm.edu
Sept 9 - Oct 27
Tuesday & Thursday
3:30-5:00
Career Enrichment Center (CEC)
807 Mountain Rd. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87102
OTEC 1170 - Business Telephone Techniques
Presents concepts to develop effective speaking, listening and questioning skills. Methods for handling incoming calls, outbound calls, customer orders, customer problems and customer complaints.
77734
*No Accuplacer Required
*Department approval required. Contact Ana Patino-Guillen 505-224-3938 or apatino2@cnm.edu
Oct 28 - Nov 17
Tuesday
3:00-5:30
Career Enrichment Center (CEC)
807 Mountain Rd. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87102