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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

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Spring 2019 Learning Communities

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, 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 5 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.

CRN COURSE NO. SEC DAYS TIMES ROOM CAMPUS
86613 EMS 1053 151 M/W 9:0011:45 AM S 202 MAIN
86620 EMS 1093 151 M/W 12:303:15 PM S 202 MAIN
86627 EMS 1190 151 M/W 8:008:50 AM S 202 MAIN
  EMS 1190 151   ARRANGED       TBA OFF
CRN COURSE NO. SEC DAYS TIMES ROOM CAMPUS
86614 EMS 1053 152 F/S 9:0011:45 AM S 202 MAIN
86621 EMS 1093 152 F/S 12:303:15 PM S 202 MAIN
86628 EMS 1190 152 F/S 8:008:50 AM S 202 MAIN
  EMS 1190   ARRANGED       TBA OFF
CRN COURSE NO. SEC DAYS TIMES ROOM  CAMPUS
86615 EMS 1053 153 T/R 9:0011:45 AM S 202 MAIN
86622 EMS 1093 153 T/R 12:303:15 PM S 202 MAIN
86629 EMS 1190 153 T/R 8:008:50 AM S 202 MAIN
  EMS 1190 153   ARRANGED       TBA OFF

CRN *COURSE NO. SEC DAYS TIMES ROOM CAMPUS
86616 EMS 1053 901 M/W  6:008:45 PM AFA AFA
86623 EMS 1093 901 T/R 6:008:45 PM AFA AFA
86630 EMS 1190 901 S 8:0010:15 AM AFA AFA
  EMS 1190 901   ARRANGED       TBA OFF

*This section of courses is offsite at Albuquerque Fire Department Training Academy.

CRN COURSE NO. SEC DAYS TIMES ROOM CAMPUS
86619 EMS 1053 951 F/S 9:0011:45 AM 302 AMREP
86625 EMS 1093 951 F/S 12:303:15 PM 302 AMREP
86631 EMS 1190 951 F/S 8:008:50 AM 302 AMREP
  EMS 1190 951   ARRANGED       TBA OFF
CRN COURSE NO. SEC DAYS TIMES ROOM CAMPUS
87303 EMS 1053 952 T/R 9:0011:45 AM 302 AMREP
86626 EMS 1093 952 T/R 12:303:15 PM 302 AMREP
86632 EMS 1190 952 T/R 8:008:50 AM 302 AMREP
  EMS 1190 952   ARRANGED       TBA OFF

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EMS 1412 and EMS 1493

This pairing 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.

CRN COURSE NO. SEC DAYS TIMES ROOM CAMPUS
86633 EMS 1412 151 M/W 9:00–11:45 AM  S 204 Main
86635 EMS 1493 151 M/W 12:30–3:15 PM S 204 Main
CRN COURSE NO. SEC DAYS TIMES ROOM CAMPUS
86634 EMS 1412 951 ONLINE ONLINE
86636 EMS 1493 951 M/T/W/R TBA BCFD

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FS 2215 (Firefighter I &II Theory), FS 2292 (Firefighter I & II Lab)

CRN COURSE NO. SEC DAYS TIMES ROOM CAMPUS
86747 FS 2215 901 M/W 6:00–8:30 PM TBA AFA
86748 FS 2292 901 S TBA TBA AFA

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IRW 0980/ENG 1101

Integrated Reading & Writing II and College Writing
The IRW 0980/ENG 1101 Learning Community allows students to complete both courses in one semester instead of two, and to purchase one textbook instead of two. Two instructors team up to support students eligible for IRW 0980 through their first college-level English class. Students will master writing, reading, research and grammar skills that will prepare them for pursuing a college certificate or degree.

CRN COURSE NO. SEC DAYS TIMES CAMPUS
83930 ENG 1101 151 M/W 9:0010:15 AM MAIN
86034 IRW 0980 151 T/R 9:0010:15 AM MAIN
CRN COURSE NO. SEC DAYS TIMES CAMPUS
84385 ENG 1101 152 M/W 1:302:45 PM MAIN
86684 IRW 0980 152 T/R 1:30–2:45 PM MAIN
CRN COURSE NO. SEC DAYS TIMES CAMPUS
86933 ENG 1101 250 M/W 10:3011:45 AM MONTOYA
83126 IRW 0980 250 T/R 10:30–11:45 AM MONTOYA
CRN COURSE NO. SEC DAYS TIMES CAMPUS
86935 ENG 1101 350 M/W 10:3011:45 AM WESTSIDE
86129 IRW 0980 350 T/R 10:30–11:45 AM WESTSIDE

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MATH 1310/MATH 0980

Ready for a challenge? Want to earn college credit for MATH 1310 while taking MATH 0980? If you place into MATH 0980, you can take this co-requisite course in which you will learn to solve algebraic problems involving polynomial, rational and radical functions. Best of all, you will finish MATH 0980 and MATH 1310 in one semester instead of two.

CRN COURSE NO. SEC DAYS TIMES CAMPUS
87170 MATH 1310 150 T/R 1:303:15 PM  MAIN
86861 MATH 0980 150  M/W 1:302:45 PM  MAIN
CRN COURSE NO. SEC DAYS TIMES CAMPUS
85305 MATH 1310 350 T/R 11:30 AM3:15 PM  MAIN
86862 MATH 0980 350 M/W 12:001:15 PM  MAIN

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MATH 1315 / MATH 1096 

This course investigates polynomial, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions, equations and expressions; systems of linear equations; and applications and modeling related to those topics. This material allows students to complete MATH 1315 without taking the prerequisite of MATH 1310. The course must be taken with corresponding section of MATH 1315. Students' grades for the corresponding sections of MATH 1315 and MATH 1096 will be the same.

CRN COURSE NO. SEC DAYS TIMES CAMPUS
85478 MATH 1315 161 T/R 9:0010:15 AM  MAIN
87011 MATH 1096 161  M/W 9:00–9:50 PM  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" committee to work together to learn the material?

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

CRN COURSE NO. SEC DAYS TIMES CAMPUS
86498 MATH 1315 150 T/R 9:30—10:45 AM MAIN
86499 MATH 1316 150 T/R 10:50—11:15 AM  MAIN

CRN COURSE NO. SEC DAYS TIMES CAMPUS
86500 MATH 1315 151 M/W 1:30—2:45 PM  MAIN
86501 MATH 1316 151 M/W 2:50—3:15 PM MAIN

CRN COURSE NO. SEC DAYS TIMES CAMPUS
86509 MATH 1315 350 T/R 9:30—10:45 AM  MAIN
86510 MATH 1316 350 T/R 10:50—11:15 PM  MAIN 

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MATH 1330 / MATH 1331

Are you enrolling in MATH 1330 (Intro. to Probability and Statistics) this Semester? 
Would you like to:

  • Organize data, perform basic data analysis techniques and visualize data graphically using spreadsheets.
  • Learn various statistical diagnostics for analysis and interpretation of data in order to make comparisons between data sets.
  • Be more proficient with Excel, a necessary skill set in the workplace.
  • Have more time to sharpen basic algebra skills

If you answered yes to the questions above, consider signing up for MATH 1331 Introduction to Probability and Statistics and MATH 1331 Statistics Workshop. These two back-to-back classes form our new Statistics Learning Community. 

CRN COURSE NO. SEC DAYS TIMES CAMPUS
83486 MATH 1330 150 T/R 10:0011:15 AM   MAIN
86511 MATH 1331 150 T/R 9:3010:45 AM    MAIN 

CRN COURSE NO. SEC DAYS TIMES CAMPUS
83500 MATH 1330 350 T/R 9:3010:45 AM  WESTSIDE
86520 MATH 1331 350 T/R 10:5011:15 AM  WESTSIDE

CRN COURSE NO. SEC DAYS TIMES CAMPUS
86517 MATH 1330 351 M/W 12:00–1:15 PM  WESTSIDE
86518 MATH 1331 351 M/W 11:3011:55 AM  WESTSIDE

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MATH 1330 / MATH 1396 

This course covers core algebra skills needed to understand the concepts, computations, formulas, and graphs used in Math 1330. Topics covered are intended to integrate directly into Math 1330. These topics include: numeracy, proportional reasoning, algebraic reasoning, and functions. Content covered develops conceptual and procedural tools that are essential to statistical reasoning. 

CRN COURSE NO. SEC DAYS TIMES CAMPUS
87164 MATH 1330 160 M/W 9:30–10:45 PM  MAIN
87165 MATH 1396 160 M/W 10:5011:45 AM  MAIN

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NA 1020, NA 1093, NA 1190

This linking of courses is designed to put students in cohorts through their Nursing Assistant theory, lab and clinical courses to provide a better continuity of instruction and to avoid students having to travel to multiple campuses.

CRN COURSE NO. SEC DAYS TIMES ROOM CAMPUS
86640 NA 1020 151 W/F 3:005:15 PM JS 201 MAIN
86646 NA 1093 151 W/F 5:308:45 PM JS 201 & 203 MAIN
86652 NA 1190 951 M/W/F 1:308:45 PM   HOS

 

CRN COURSE NO. SEC DAYS TIMES ROOM CAMPUS
86641 NA 1020 152 T/R 3:005:15 PM JS 201 MAIN
86647 NA 1093 152 T/R 5:308:45 PM JS 201 & 203 MAIN
86653 NA 1190 952 T/R/S 1:308:45 PM   HOS

 

CRN COURSE NO. SEC DAYS TIMES ROOM CAMPUS
86642 NA 1020 153 W/F 8:0010:15 AM JS 203 MAIN
86648 NA 1093 153 W/F 11:002:15 PM JS 201 & 203 MAIN
86654 NA 1190 953 M/W/F 7:00 AM2:15 PM   HOS

  

CRN COURSE NO. SEC DAYS TIMES ROOM CAMPUS
86644 NA 1020 352 T/R 8:0010:15 AM WSII 209 WS
86650 NA 1093 352 T/R 11:002:15 PM WSII 209, 211, 213 WS
86656 NA 1190 955 T/R/S 7:002:15 PM   HOS

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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.

CRN COURSE NO. SEC DAYS TIMES ROOM CAMPUS
86660 PHLB 1010 551 MTWRF 8:009:45 AM   SVC
86667 PHLB 1092 551 MTWRF 10:00 AM1:45 PM   SVC
86663 PHLB 1090 951 MTWRF TBA   HOSP

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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.

CRN COURSE NO. SEC DAYS TIMES ROOM CAMPUS
86659 PHLB 1010 351 MTW 4:305:45 PM   WSC
86665 PHLB 1092 351 MTW 6:008:45 PM   WSC

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