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					                                                                                                           2011 - 2013 Catalog                                     • I




                                                                             Vision
                    Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell is the region’s first and best choice for learning.



                                                                          Mission
                              Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell is a regional asset, creating quality,
                               personalized learning experiences and fostering community development.




                                                                           Purposes
                  P
               •	 	 rovides	opportunities	for	entry,	transfer,	and	completion	of	Certificates,	Associate	degrees,	
                  Bachelor’s, and Master’s programs.

                  P
               •	 	 repares	individuals	for	opportunities	in	higher	learning	through	programs	such	as	Adult	
                  Basic Education, high school concurrent enrollment, and outreach services.

                  O
               •	 	 ffers	personal	enrichment	and	career	development	opportunities	through	traditional	course	
                  work, community education, and customized training.

                  F
               •	 	 osters	direct	community	and	economic	development	through	business	and	workforce	
                  development, partnerships for health and social service outreach, in-plant training, and ever
                  increasing business and community partnerships.



Notice
Since programs, policies, statements, tuition and fees, calendar dates, and/or courses contained herein are subject to continuous review and evaluation, ENMU-Roswell
reserves the right to make changes at any time, by way of appropriate administrative procedure, without prior notice.

Equal Educational Opportunity Policy
Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer. The University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national
origin, sex, or handicap in its programs, activities, or employment. Persons seeking additional information about the University’s nondiscrimination policy should contact the
Director of Affirmative Action, ENMU-Roswell, P.O. Box 6000, Roswell, NM 88202-6000. In situations where students determine a scheduled class, activity, or facility is not
accessible to them because of a disability, they should immediately contact the Affirmative Action Officer on the Roswell Campus and report the situation. Students requesting
assistance such as a sign language interpreter or any other special service should contact the Director of Special Services at 624-7286.

Internet Address:      http://www.roswell.enmu.edu
II   •    ENMU-RoswEll

                         EastErn nEw MExico UnivErsity
                          Undergraduate Application for Admission

                                         Checklist

	    ✔	   Please	complete	the	application	in	full	and	return	to	the	Office	of	Admissions	
          at any campus location.

	    ✔	   All	Portales	degree	seeking	students	with	fewer	than	30	semester	credit	
          hours	are	required	to	report	their	ACT/SAT	or	equivalent	(as	determined	by	
          the	institution)	scores	to	the	Office	of	Admissions.

	    ✔	   Have	official	transcripts	sent	directly	by	the	high	school	and	ALL	colleges/
          universities	previously	attended.		Eastern	does	not	accept	copies	of	
          transcripts in your possession.

	    ✔	   Check	inside	cover	for	undergraduate	areas	of	academic	interest	for	each	
	     	   Campus.

	    ✔	   Persons	with	Disabilities:		Students	needing	special	accommodations	should	
          contact	Services	for	Students	with	Disabilities	at	ENMU-Portales,	(575)	562-
          2280,	ENMU-Roswell,	(575)	624-7286	or	the	Ruidoso	Center	of	ENMU	at	(575)	
          257-2120.	




     Eastern New Mexico University                               Eastern New Mexico University
          Office of Admissions                                        Office of Admissions
          Portales, NM 88130                                          Ruidoso, NM 88345
             1-800-367-3668                                               1-800-934-3668
             www.enmu.edu                                           www.ruidoso.enmu.edu



                                      Eastern New Mexico
                                       University-Roswell
                                      Office of Admissions
                                      Roswell, NM 88201
                                         1-800-243-6687
                                     www.roswell.enmu.edu
                                                                        2011 - 2013 Catalog •                               III
                                          aDVIsoR INFoRMatIoN
❏     Not seeking a degree or certificate                      ❏     Engineering and Design Technology
❏     Summer School Only                                       ❏     Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning-Refrigeration
❏     Undecided                                                      Technology
                                                               ❏     Industrial Engineering Technology
sUBJECt aREa (Please check one)                                ❏     Management Training
Your advisor will be assigned on the basis of your choice of   ❏     Medical Assisting
subject interest area.                                         ❏     Medical Coding
                                                               ❏     Occupational Safety Engineering and
      assoCIatE oF aRts DEgREE
❏     Business Administration                                        Environmental Management Technologies
❏     Child Development                                              CERtIFICatE oF EMPloYaBIlItY
❏     Criminal Justice                                         ❏     Automotive Technology
❏     Human Services                                           ❏     Computer Applications and Support
❏     Teacher Education                                        ❏     Construction Trades
❏     University Studies                                       ❏     Emergency Management - Professional Development
                                                               ❏     Emergency Management - Advanced
      assoCIatE oF sCIENCE DEgREE
                                                                     Professional Development
❏     Child Development
                                                               ❏     Emergency Medical Technician
❏     Emergency Medical Services
                                                               ❏     Emergency Medical Technician-Advanced
❏     Medical Assisting
                                                               ❏     Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic
❏     Nursing
                                                               ❏     Engineering and Design Technology
❏     Occupational Therapy Assistant
                                                               ❏     Grant Writing
❏     Professional Pilot Training
                                                               ❏     Homemaker/Home Health Aide
❏     Radiographic Technology
                                                               ❏     Human Services-Alcohol & Drug Abuse Studies
❏     Respiratory Therapy                                      ❏     Human Services-Helping Relationship Skills
      assoCIatE oF aPPlIED sCIENCE                             ❏     Media Arts - Animation
❏     Accounting                                               ❏     Media Arts - Film Technology
❏     Air Traffic Control                                      ❏     Media Arts - Graphic Design
❏     Automotive Technology                                    ❏     Nursing Assisting
❏     Aviation Maintenance Technology                          ❏     Pharmacy Technician
❏     Computer Applications and Support                        ❏     Phlebotomy
❏     Dental Hygiene                                           ❏     Occupational Safety Engineering and
❏     Engineering and Design Technology                              Environmental Management Technologies
❏     Fire Protection Technology                               ❏     Welding Technology - Basic
❏     Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning-Refrigeration     ❏     Welding Technology - Advanced
      Technology
❏     Industrial Engineering Technology                              sPECIal sERVICEs CERtIFICatE
❏     Media Arts - Animation                                         oF oCCUPatIoNal tRaININg
❏     Media Arts - Film Technology                                   Special Services Program fees apply
❏     Media Arts - Graphic Design                              ❏     Auto Mechanics
❏     National Security Science                                ❏     Child Care Attendant
❏     Police Science                                           ❏     Floral Design
❏     Occupational Safety Engineering and                      ❏     Food Service
      Environmental Management Technologies                    ❏     Nursing Assistant
❏     Renewable Energy Technology                              ❏     Office Skills
❏     Welding Technology                                       ❏     Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technician
                                                               ❏     Sanitation/Groundskeeping
      CERtIFICatE oF CoMPlEtIoN PRogRaMs                       ❏     Special Topics
❏     Aviation Maintenance Technology                          ❏     Veterinary Technician Assistant
      CERtIFICatE oF oCCUPatIoNal tRaININg                     ❏     Welding
❏     Automotive Technology                                    ❏     Welding Technician Assistant
❏     Bookkeeping/Accounting
                                                               Persons with Disabilities: Students needing special
❏	    Business Assistant Administrator
❏     Child Development                                        accommodations should contact the Special Services Department
❏     Commercial Refrigeration                                 at Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell at (575)624-7286.
❏     Computer Applications and Support
❏     Dental Assisting
❏     Emergency Management - Advanced
      Professional Development
❏     Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic
IV •             ENMU-RoswEll

 Application for
 Undergraduate Admission
 Personal Information
 Please complete in black ink

 Legal name                             Last name                                               First name                                                                           Middle initial

 Previous or other
 legal names                            Name

 Legal mailing
 address
                                        Mailing address street and number or PO box number                                                                     Apartment, Room or Space No.


                                        City                                                    State                                                                                          ZIP


                                        Physical mailing address (if different from mailing address)

 Phone
                                        Home                                                                           Cell-Work

 E-mail
                                        E-mail
 Date of birth
                                        Month           Day             Year

 Place of birth
                                        City/State/Country

 Gender                                 o Male                o Female

 Social security                                                                                          (Your SSN is used to ensure an accurate academic record and will not be used as your
                                                                                                          primary ID. If you are unable to provide an SSN, the University will assign an alternate
 number                                                                                                   number to you. This will not impact the admission decision.)


 Family history                         Did either of your parents or guardians graduate from a community college or university? o Yes                                      o No

 Race/Ethnicity                         Please indicate whether you consider yourself to be Hispanic/Latino:                                                    o Yes       o No
 This information is requested by
 government agencies to                 In addition, select one or more of the following racial categories to describe yourself:
 demonstrate compliance with the
 Civil Rights Act. The information      o American Indian or Alaska Native                                         o Asian                          o Black or African American
 will not be used in a discriminatory
 manner. Your response is voluntary.    o Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander                               o White

 Residency
                                        What is your legal state of residence?

                                        How long have you been living continuously in New Mexico?
                                                                                                                        Years                      Months                     Days

 Citizenship                            Are you a U.S. citizen?        o Yes      o No
 Please attach a copy of your           If no, country where you hold citizenship:
 residency card, front and back,
 to this application.
                                        If alien resident, please provide your resident alien number:                    A#
 Military service                       Are you active duty military/national guard/reserves? o Yes                      o No       Is your spouse active duty military? o Yes o No
 Please contact the admissions          Are either of your parents active duty military?	        o Yes                   o No
 office for Military Waiver Form.
                                        If yes, are you or your parents stationed in New Mexico? o Yes                   o No

 Self-Disclosure                        Have you ever been dismissed, suspended or restricted from entering a campus from any college or                                          o Yes o No
 Required for Admission.                university for academic or disciplinary reasons?
                                        Have you ever been charged with, convicted of or pled guilty to a felony offense in any court, including                                  o Yes o No
                                        deferred adjudication?*
                                        * If yes, you must attach a detailed explanation. Include state and location, dates and case number. If applicable, provide the name and phone number of a
                                        probation officer. You are under a continuing obligation to immediately update your response to this question if your circumstances change after you submit
                                        this application.

 Financial aid
 Degree-seeking students only.
                                        Are you planning to apply for financial aid or student loans?                 o Yes       o No

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Enrollment Information
Campus where you plan to enroll                                      o Portales         o Ruidoso     o Roswell

Semester you plan to start                                           o Fall             o Spring      o Summer           Year
Your enrollment status                                               o First enrollment in any college or university after high school graduation
Does not include college courses
taken prior to high/home school
                                                                     o Transfering to ENMU from a college or university outside New Mexico
graduation or GED completion.                                        o Transfering to ENMU from a college or university in New Mexico
                                                                     o Readmission—returning after absence from ENMU location:
                                                                        o Portales o Roswell o Ruidoso Year(s)
                                                                     o Previously applied for admission but did not attend ENMU:
                                                                        o Portales o Roswell o Ruidoso Year(s)
Intended degree                                                      o Certificate                       o Second bachelor’s degree
*Nondegree not eligible for                                          o Associate’s degree
financial aid.
                                                                                                         o *Nondegree: updating job skills
                                                                     o Bachelor’s degree                 o *Nondegree: updating personal skills
Field of study                                                       Academic major:

                                                                     Other areas of interest:

Academic Information
High school last attended
                                                                     Name                                                            City                                       State
                                                                     Did you take college courses while in high school?       o Yes          o No
High school graduation                                               High school diploma?       o Yes o No
                                                                     Home school diploma? o Yes o No
                                                                                                                      Graduation date:
                                                                                                                                             Month
                                                                                                                                                         /   Year

or GED completion                                                    GED certificate?           	
                                                                                                o Yes 	 No
                                                                                                       o               Certificate date:
                                                                                                                                             Month
                                                                                                                                                         /   Year

                                                                     State tested:                               Last grade attended:

Previous colleges or universities                                    Note: You must include colleges you have                State           From             To         Hours
attended                                                             attended while in high school.
Beginning with the current or most recent, list all colleges,
universities and technical/vocational schools previously attended.

Academic regulations require that students who have registered
at other colleges or universities may not disregard their records
at such institutions when making application for admission to
this University.

Failure to report all institutions attended and not submitting
a transcript may result in delay of admission, loss of credit or
dismissal from the University.




Required
I affirm the information I have provided on this application form and all other admission material is complete, accurate and true.
I agree to submit other materials required for this admission application and understand that failure to do so, and/or the furnishing of false, incomplete or misleading
information in connection with my admission or attendance at Eastern New Mexico University, may result in the termination of my admission and registration at ENMU.
I agree, as a student, I am subject to ENMU policies and procedures.
I understand that directory information as defined by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) may be made available to the general public. Directory
information is generally not considered harmful to the individual or an invasion of privacy. Items may include name, address, telephone number, e-mail address, major field of
study, dates of attendance, enrollment status, degrees and awards received, date and place of birth, most recent previous school attended, photographs, participation in officially
recognized activities and sports, height and weight of athletes. I hereby give Eastern New Mexico University permission to use my image (still photograph or video) and name
for all nonprofit purposes, such as promoting the University in videos, CD-ROMs, electronic and printed publications, without compensation.
I understand if I want to restrict any or all of the above information, I must notify the Office of the Registrar in writing. I understand these restrictions will remain in place until
I give written notice to the Office of the Registrar to release the restrictions.




Applicant’s signature                                                                                                                       Date
VI •                     ENMU-RoswEll

 taBlE oF CoNtENts                                                                                                   Medical Assisting Certificate ........................................................................ 43
                                                                                                                     Medical Assisting A.S. Degree..................................................................... 43
                                                                                                                     Medical Coding Specialist Certificate......................................................... 43
General Information .........................................................................................1
                                                                                                                     National Security Science A.A.S. Degree .................................................. 44
Student Services................................................................................................3
                                                                                                                     Nursing Program ........................................................................................... 44
Distance Education ...........................................................................................5
                                                                                                                     Nursing A.S. Degree ..................................................................................... 48
Center for Workforce and Community Development ....................................6
                                                                                                                     Nursing Assisting Certificate ......................................................................... 49
Student Rights and Responsibilities .................................................................6
                                                                                                                     Occupational Safety Engineering and
Academic Policies and Procedures .................................................................8
                                                                                                                          Environmental Management Technologies Certificates...................... 49
General Regulations and Policies .................................................................10
                                                                                                                     Occupational Safety Engineering and
Degree Requirements .....................................................................................14
                                                                                                                          Environmental Management Technologies A.A.S. Degree ................ 49
Tuition	and	Fees ..............................................................................................18
                                                                                                                     Occupational Therapy Assistant Program ................................................... 50
Student	Financial	Aid .................................................................................... 20
                                                                                                                     Occupational Therapy Assistant A.S. Degree ............................................ 52
Información General ..................................................................................... 22
                                                                                                                     Pharmacy Technician Certificate .................................................................. 53
Instructional Divisions .................................................................................... 22
                                                                                                                     Phlebotomy Certificate of Employability...................................................... 53
Division of Business and Science ................................................................. 22
                                                                                                                     Police Science A.A.S. Degree ...................................................................... 54
Division of Career and Technical Education ............................................... 22
                                                                                                                     Pre-Engineering Transfer Program ................................................................ 54
Division of Health .......................................................................................... 23
                                                                                                                     Professional Pilot Training A.S. Degree ....................................................... 55
Division of Liberal Arts................................................................................... 23
                                                                                                                     Radiographic Technology............................................................................. 55
Degree Plans .................................................................................................. 23
                                                                                                                     Renewable Energy Technology A.A.S. Degree .......................................... 56
Accounting A.A.S. Degree ........................................................................... 23
                                                                                                                     Respiratory Therapy A.S. Degree ................................................................ 57
Air Traffic Control A.A.S. Degree................................................................. 23
                                                                                                                     Teacher Education Transfer Program ........................................................... 58
Automotive Technology Certificate .............................................................. 24
                                                                                                                     University Studies A.A. Degree .................................................................... 58
Automotive Technology A.A.S. Degree....................................................... 25
                                                                                                                     Welding Certificates ...................................................................................... 59
Aviation Maintenance Technology Certificate ........................................... 25
                                                                                                                     Welding A.A.S. Degree ................................................................................ 59
Aviation Maintenance Technology A.A.S. Degree .................................... 25
                                                                                                                     Course Descriptions....................................................................................... 60
Bookkeeping/Accounting Certificate .......................................................... 26
                                                                                                                     Special Services Program ........................................................................... 104
Business Administration A.A. Degree .......................................................... 26
                                                                                                                          Auto Mechanics Program .................................................................... 105
Business Assistant Administrator Certificate ................................................ 27
                                                                                                                          Child Care Attendant Program ........................................................... 105
Child Development Program ........................................................................ 27
                                                                                                                     	 Floral	Design	Program ......................................................................... 106
Child Development Certificate ..................................................................... 28
                                                                                                                     	 Food	Service	Program ......................................................................... 106
Child Development A.A. Degree ................................................................. 28
                                                                                                                          Nursing Assistant Program .................................................................. 106
Child Development A.S. Degree .................................................................. 29
                                                                                                                          Office Skills Program............................................................................ 107
Commercial Refrigeration Certificate........................................................... 38
                                                                                                                          Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Tech............................................ 107
Computer Applications and Support Certificates ....................................... 29
                                                                                                                          Sanitation/Groundskeeping Program ................................................ 107
Computer Applications and Support A.A.S. Degree ................................. 29
                                                                                                                          Veterinary Assistant Program .............................................................. 108
Criminal Justice A.A. Degree........................................................................ 30
                                                                                                                          Welding Program ................................................................................. 108
Dental Assisting Certificate ........................................................................... 30
                                                                                                                     Special Topics Program............................................................................... 108
Dental Hygiene, A.A.S ...................................................................................31
                                                                                                                     Special Services Course Descriptions ....................................................... 109
Emergency Management Program .............................................................. 32
                                                                                                                     Board of Regents ..........................................................................................113
Emergency Medical Services Program ....................................................... 33
                                                                                                                     Community College Board ..........................................................................113
     Emergency Medical Responder Certificate ........................................ 32
                                                                                                                     Foundation ....................................................................................................113
     Emergency Medical Technician-Certificate ......................................... 33
                                                                                                                     The University Administration.......................................................................113
     Emergency Medical Technician, Advanced Certificate ..................... 34
                                                                                                                     Faculty............................................................................................................113
     Emergency Medical Technician, Paramedic Certificate .................... 34
                                                                                                                     Emeriti	Faculty ...............................................................................................115
     Emergency Medical Services A.S. Degree ......................................... 36
                                                                                                                     Professional Staff ..........................................................................................116
Engineering and Design Technology Certificate .........................................37
                                                                                                                     Support Staff .................................................................................................118
Engineering and Design Technology A.A.S. Degree ..................................37
                                                                                                                     Telephone Numbers .....................................................................................119
Fire	Protection	Technology	A.A.S.	Degree...................................................37
                                                                                                                     Index ............................................................................................................. 120
Grant Writing Certificate .............................................................................. 27
                                                                                                                     University Calendar ..................................................................................... 123
Heating, Ventilation, Air-Conditioning Technology Certificate .................. 38
Heating, Ventilation, Air-Conditioning A.A.S. Degree ............................... 39
Homemaker/Home Health Aide Certificate. .............................................. 39
Human Services - Helping Relationship Skills Certificate........................... 39
Human Services - Alcohol and Drug Abuse Studies Certificate................ 39
Human Services A.A. Degree ...................................................................... 40
Industrial Engineering Technology Certificate ............................................ 40
Industrial Engineering Technology A.A.S. Degree ......................................41
Management Training Certificate. ............................................................... 27
Media Arts, Animation Certificate ................................................................41
Media Arts, Animation A.A.S. Degree .........................................................41
Media	Arts,	Film	Technology	Certificate ......................................................41
Media	Arts,	Film	Technology	A.A.S.	Degree .............................................. 42
Media Arts, Graphic Design Certificate ..................................................... 42
Media Arts, Graphic Design A.A.S. Degree .............................................. 42
                                                                                                      2011 - 2013 Catalog •                                            1

 gENERal INFoRMatIoN                                                                    or mail a request to Campus Security at P.O. Box 6000, Roswell, NM
                                                                                        88202-6000.
 HIstoRY
Roswell Community College was officially established as a branch of                       aCCREDItatIoN
Eastern New Mexico University in the fall of 1958 under the leadership
                                                                                        ENMU-Roswell is accredited as an operationally separate campus by the
of	 Donald	 T.	 Rippey.	 From	 1958	 through	 the	 fall	 semester	 of	 1962,	 the	
                                                                                        Higher Learning Commission, a member of the North Central Association
college conducted classes in the evening at Roswell High School. In January
                                                                                        of Colleges and Schools. ENMU-Roswell maintains its fully accredited
of 1963, with an enrollment of 75 students, eight daytime classes were
                                                                                        status through the Program to Evaluate and Advance Quality (PEAQ) with
held at the old post office. This established, for the first time in Roswell, a
                                                                                        the Higher Learning Commission. Being involved in PEAQ means that the
daytime coeducational college program.
                                                                                        institution will continually monitor its processes, operations and results in
When	 Walker	 Air	 Force	 Base	 closed	 on	 June	 30,	 1967,	 Eastern	 New	             an effort to constantly strive for improvement in all areas.
Mexico University-Roswell acquired 234.5 acres, including 27 major
                                                                                                   The Higher Learning Commission
brick structures and numerous frame construction buildings. Roswell
                                                                                                   (312) 263-0456; (800) 621-7440
Community College was renamed Eastern New Mexico University-
                                                                                                   Web site: www.ncahigherlearningcommission.org or
Roswell. The college spent the summer moving into the new buildings,
                                                                                                   www.ncahlc.org
and in September of 1967, began holding classes on its new Campus.
                                                                                        Extended degree courses offered on the Roswell Campus are accredited
For	 the	 first	 time,	 ENMU‑Roswell	 could	 offer,	 in	 addition	 to	 its	 academic	
                                                                                        through Eastern New Mexico University and New Mexico Highlands
program, a successful career/technical program which included training in
                                                                                        University.
skill trades and work in the health occupations area.
                                                                                        ENMU-Roswell is also a member of the American Association of Community
Enrollment has increased from 157 part-time students in 1958 to more than
                                                                                        Colleges, and various programs are certified by their own accrediting
4,000 students in the spring of 2011, illustrating the need for educational
                                                                                        agencies.
opportunity in southeastern New Mexico.
Through a series of statewide bond issues and local bond issues, a number                 loCatIoN
of new buildings have been constructed. Several other facilities have been              Located in the heart of the sunbelt, Roswell is a friendly city of about
renovated and expanded to meet the changing needs of the ENMU-Roswell                   50,000, easy to get around in, with a strong dedication to its future, built
Campus. Between 1996 and 2010 the following projects were completed:                    firmly on a deep respect for its heritage and pioneering spirit. The city
Arts & Science Center, Instructional Center renovation, Swimming Pool                   boasts one of the finest art museums in the state and a symphony orchestra
renovation, Instructional Technology Center, Aviation Maintenance expan-                recognized for excellence throughout the southwest. Roswell has long been
sion, Auto Tech/OTC repair, Health Science Center Phase I and II, Sierra                the business and shopping hub of southeastern New Mexico. There is much
Vista Village, and renovation of the Campus Union Building. Planning for                to enjoy in and around Roswell, including Bitter Lake National Wildlife
the construction of a new Student Services Center, which will centralize                Refuge,	Bottomless	Lakes	State	Park,	the	International	UFO	Museum	and	
student services functions, is also underway. Construction of that building             Research Center, horse racing under the cool pines of Ruidoso Downs, and
will be completed in summer 2012.                                                       skiing in the nearby Sacramento Mountains.
Campus offerings continue to evolve in response to workforce changes. The
Electronics Technology Program was discontinued and a new Associate of                   FaCIlItIEs
Applied Science degree program in Renewable Energy Technology was                       All buildings on Campus provide barrier-free access to individuals
approved in June of 2010. Classes in that program began in fall 2010.                   with disabilities.
                                                                                        The Student Services Center houses the following offices: Student Advising
The number and diversity of online classes offered by ENMU-Roswell in-                  Center, Admissions and Records, New Student Relations/Career Resources
structors also continues to increase each semester. ENMU-Roswell offers                 Center,	 Financial	 Aid	 Office,	 and	 the	 Vice	 President	 for	 Student	 Affairs	
the following degrees completely online: Associate of Applied Science in                Office.
Police Science, Associate of Arts in Business Administration, Associate of
Arts in Criminal Justice, and Associate of Arts in University Studies.                  The adjacent College Services Center houses the Bookstore (including
                                                                                        shipping and receiving areas), Administrative Services Offices, Adult Basic
  stUDENt PRoFIlE                                                                       Education Program, and Student Outreach Offices.
Each semester close to 6,000 students register for credit and noncredit                 The two-story Instructional Center features modern classrooms, the Security
courses at ENMU-Roswell. Most reside in Chaves County. There are                        Office, Liberal Arts Division, and Testing Services. The building also houses
no “typical” ENMU-Roswell students. The college attracts a diverse                      The Learning Lab, which uses the Plato Learning System, and offers free
student population including high school graduates and senior                           tutoring in academic and career/technical programs.
citizens. The average age for full-time students is 26. Students attend                 The Instructional Technology Center features a 70-station open student
ENMU-Roswell for a variety of reasons. Some are completing their first                  computer lab, several ‘smart’ classrooms, computer classrooms,
two years of college before transferring to another university. Some                    science classrooms/labs, and instructional television classrooms for
students are returning to college after being away from the classroom                   ENMU‑Roswell.		The	Foundation	Office	is	also	located	in	this	building.	
for many years, while others are taking a class or two between full-time
work schedules to upgrade their job skills.                                             The Arts and Science Center	houses	the	Fine	Arts	programs,	in	addition	
                                                                                        to Human Resources, Payroll Offices, and the Gear Up Program, and
 NotICE to stUDENts                                                                     the Special Services Department for students with disabilities.
In	 compliance	 with	 Department	 of	 Education	 Federal	 Regulations,	 the	            The new Health Science Center (HSC) is a state-of-the-art allied health
Campus Crime Report and the Graduation Rate Report are available                        training facility for the programs under the Division of Health. Those
on the ENMU-Roswell Web site at www.roswell.enmu.edu. A printed                         programs include Occupational Therapy Assisting, Emergency Medical
copy is available upon request from either Campus Security or the                       Services, Pharmacy Technician, Dental Hygiene, Respiratory Therapy,
Vice President for Student Affairs. Students may call 1-800-243-6687
2      •       ENMU-RoswEll
Nursing, Medical Assisting, Phlebotomy, Medical Coding, and Nursing               occupational therapy. The Center provides services to a limited number
Assisting. The Student Health Center is also housed in the HSC, and several       of young children in its role as a laboratory for students and a model for
Child	Development	classes	meet	in	the	center.	The	former	Walker	Air	Force	        the community.
Base building was renovated and expanded to include smart classrooms,             The Performing Arts Center (PAC) is a versatile performing space with a
computer and medical labs, and storage for medical equipment and                  classical proscenium arch and a contemporary thrust stage. The PAC seats
Emergency Medical Services trailers.                                              over 400 patrons and is utilized by faculty, students, and the community.
The Lawrence C. Harris Occupational Technology Center is a 46,000                 The space is outfitted for performances, lectures, and meetings allowing
square foot building housing administrative offices (President, Provost           for intimate and large scale attendance.
for Academic & Student Affairs, College Development), Career and                  The Por tales Information Center houses Eastern New Mexico
Technical Education Division, classrooms, and a large seminar room.               University faculty and staff.
The Small Business Development Center and Customized Training
offices are also housed in this building.                                          student apartments
The Aviation Maintenance Technology Center houses classrooms, training            Sierra Vista Village student housing complex provides innovative, on-
labs, and a hangar with a number of fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters.          campus housing for students with single occupancy per bedroom. In total,
Students receive hands-on training using the latest in aviation technology.       258 beds are available to students in three separate buildings—a suite style
A	Boeing	727‑100	freighter	donated	by	FedEx	Express	is	also	on‑site	to	           unit and two apartment style units. Each building has an emergency call box
give students experience with transport category aircraft.                        and residents may contact the phone company for individual phone service.
The Automotive and Welding Technology Center houses the Welding,                  Cable television and Internet Service are provided in each apartment and
and Automotive Technology Programs.                                               suite at no additional charge. Students may subscribe to premium channels
                                                                                  at their own expense.
The 30,200 square foot Learning Resource Center (LRC) includes library
services, offices for Computer Services, and the Media Center. The library        The suite style building features fully furnished two bedroom, one bathroom
has an extensive collection of more than 45,000 books, newspapers,                units. Laundry facilities and community kitchens are available on each floor.
magazines, records, and state documents. Staff members are available              A second building includes fully furnished two bedroom, one bathroom
to help students, staff and community members find the information and            apartment style rooms with a fully equipped kitchen and a washer and dryer
resources they need for course assignments or for leisure reading. In             in each unit. The third building includes fully furnsihed four bedroom, two
addition, the library’s computerized LIBROS card catalog can be used to           bathroom apartment style rooms with a fully equipped kitchen and a washer
locate information, both in the LRC and in other LIBROS member library            and dryer in each unit. Sierra Vista Village offers a community center with
collections. The LRC has a large number of databases covering a broad             a fireplace, small kitchen area, game room, computer lab, fitness center,
range	of	topics.	These	include	FirstSearch,	EBSCO	Host,	News	Bank	and	            media room, group study room, and an outdoor sand volleyball court.
Gale Group Infotrac.                                                              Each student occupant must pay a $150.00 housing deposit before
Through its membership in the OCLC computerized network ,                         moving in is permitted. Students also are charged a $5.00 activity fee
students, faculty, staff and community members have interlibrary                  which is governed by the Residence Hall Association. Students living on
loan access to the collections of over 72,000 libraries worldwide.                campus	 have	 the	 option	 of	 a	 Meal	 Plan	 as	 stated	 in	 the	 Food	 Services	
Library cards are available to non-student Chaves County residents                section of this Catalog.
between	 the	 ages	 of	 18	 and	 55	 for	 a	 $10	 refundable	 deposit.	 For	      Units equipped for the handicapped and the hearing impaired are also
high school students and senior citizens, no deposit is required.                 available.
Films,	 slides,	 filmstrips,	 cassettes,	 and	 videotapes	 are	 available	 for	
                                                                                  Students may begin moving in on the 1st day of the month at the beginning
in-house use in the LRC’s Media Center, which also designs and
                                                                                  of each semester. Students must move out on the last day of the month
produces original instructional materials. Students taking web-
                                                                                  ending a semester.
based courses can access the library’s on-line catalog through the
university’s Web site- www.roswell.enmu.edu. Questions and requests               For	more	information	on	the	residence	halls,	call	(575)	624‑7113	or	(575)	
for information may be directed via e-mail to the LRC Director at                 624-7117 or visit www.roswell.enmu.edu/studentservices
rollah.aston@roswell.enmu.edu                                                     Leasing Options:
The Cafeteria can be found in the Campus Union Building, which was
remodeled in 2008. The CUB also houses various meeting facilities including                                                                                                Number of
the Multipurpose Room (a 60-seat banquet and meeting room), and three             Option        ................................................... Per Month/Bed         Occupants
additional conference rooms.                                                      2 bed/1      bath, no kitchen ......................... $419.00
                                                                                  4 bed/2      bath, with kitchen ...................... $244.00                          4
The modern Physical Education Center (PEC) features a two-court
                                                                                  4 bed/2      bath, with kitchen ...................... $419.00                          3
gymnasium, four racquetball courts, a complete weight room, an aerobic
                                                                                  4 bed/2      bath, with kitchen ...................... $461.00                          1-2
dance studio and a cardio room. The PEC is free to students and open to the
                                                                                  2 bed/1      bath, with kitchen ...................... $488.00
public	for	a	fee	of	$2.00	per	day	or	$40.00	per	semester.	Family	members	         Students are encouraged to keep four occupants during each term to avoid price adjustments.
of students with I.D. pay $1.00 per day. All ABE students with a valid I.D.                     Leasing Terms available for 10 months or 12 months.
card pay $1.00 per day. A large outdoor pool, adjacent to the Campus
Union Building, is also open to faculty, staff, students and the public during    Note: Rates subject to change without notice.
the summer months. The pool is available for parties. Pool memberships
are	available.	For	fees,	open	dates,	and	pool	party	reservations,	contact	          FooD sERVICEs
the	Campus	Facility	Coordinator	at	(575)	624‑7250.	                               The	University	operates	the	Food	Services	in	the	Campus	Union	Building	for	
                                                                                  the convenience of students, staff, and the general public. Dine in, carryout
The Child Development Center houses the Child Development Program,                and catering services are available.
which provides training for students pursuing careers involving young             The	cafeteria	is	open	Monday	through	Friday	for	breakfast,	lunch	and	din-
children (birth through age 8), such as teaching, care-giving, nursing, and       ner from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. (Breakfast - 7:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m., Lunch
                                                                                                   2011 - 2013 Catalog •                                           3
- 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Grill - 7:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m., opens again 11:00          stUDENt sERVICEs
a.m. - 7:00 p.m. and Salad Bar - 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.). On weekends, it           Students at ENMU-Roswell come from various backgrounds and age
is open for brunch and dinner (Brunch and Grill - 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.,           groups. Therefore, the University offers a variety of services and activities
Dinner - 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.).                                                    designed to enrich the learning experience.
The following meal plan packages are recommended:                                    advising
Fall	and	Spring                                                                      ENMU-Roswell’s Advising and Retention Center provides academic
Gold Level     $1,740.00 per semester                                                advising, career counseling and degree planning. The advising staff
Silver Level $1,540.00 per semester                                                  coordinates with the faculty to help students plan a series of courses and
Apartment Option $1,020.00 per semester                                              activities which will move the students toward their educational goals.
                                                                                     Throughout the learning process, independent planning is encouraged with
Summer                                                                               advising office support. This support includes the following:
Gold Level $1,124.00 per semester                                                    	     •	 Considering	and	discussing	goals	and	career	paths
Silver Level $1,036.00 per semester                                                  	          P
                                                                                           •	 	 roviding	 information	 about	 basic	 skills	 	 requirements,	
Apartment Option $674.00 per semester                                                           opportunities, forecasts, etc.
Other packages are available to suit individual student needs. Please try to         	          S
                                                                                           •	 	 uggesting	 advising,	 academic	 and	 industry	 testing	 guidelines	
consider the amounts and spend carefully and realistically. Remember that                       relating to career exploration.
any amount left in your account to purchase food from the fall semester can          Advisors assist new and returning students in filling out class schedules to
be rolled over to the spring semester, but only if a meal plan is purchased for      ensure that they work toward degree completion in a timely and efficient
the upcoming spring semester. If a student leaves school after the fall semester,    manner. However, students are ultimately responsible for decisions
or does not enroll in a meal plan for the spring semester, the rollover does         regarding their class schedules and degree plans.
not apply and no refund will be issued. All funds left in a food account at the      ENMU-Roswell has implemented a Systematic Advising System. The
end of the spring semester will be forfeited with no refund.                         Advising and Retention Center advises all first-time degree seeking students,
                                                                                     dual enrollment students, transfer students (transferring in on probation/
If the student is not living in the residence halls, an alternative to a Meal Plan   suspension), probation students with zero credit hours earned, and returning
would be our Cougar Cash, which is a debit card. Purchases are deducted              students on suspension or with zero credit hours earned, with the following
from the balance as it is used.                                                      stipulations:
For	 more	 information	 on	 Food	 Services	 or	 the	 Deferred	 Balance	 Meal	              1. Once students with declared majors have successfully completed
Plan	call	the	Director	of	Food	Services	at	(575)	624‑7408.	Visit	the	Food	                     midterm examinations with a GPA of 2.0 or better, they are
Services Web site at http://www.roswell.enmu.edu/foodserv.                                     encouraged	to	see	their	Faculty	Advisor.
                                                                                           2. Returning students on suspension are required to reapply for
  CaMPUs BooKstoRE                                                                             admission prior to seeing an academic advisor.
                                                                                           3. Degree seeking students meeting the stipulations listed below may
The Campus Bookstore, located in the College Services Center, is an
                                                                                               forgo Systematic Advising under the following conditions:
institutionally owned department. The Bookstore is a full service operation
                                                                                     	     	 •	       The	student	has	a	cumulative	GPA	of	2.0	or	better	and
intended to meet the needs of the campus community of ENMU-Roswell.
                                                                                     	     	 •	       	 he	 student	 has	 earned	 24	 credit	 hours	 of	 institutional	
                                                                                                      T
All required textbooks and other related instructional and occupational
                                                                                                 credit or the student has earned a total of 24 credit hours
materials are available each semester. The Bookstore distributes a policy
                                                                                                 between transfer and institutional credit with at least 12
for returns, exchanges, charge dates and buy-backs at the beginning of
                                                                                                 hours obtained from an ENMU Campus.
each semester.
                                                                                     All students, regardless of standing or level, are always welcome to utilize
Charge dates:
                                                                                     the advising center and its services. The Advising and Retention Center is
Students receiving financial aid or other assistance may charge their
                                                                                     open year-round from 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday,
textbooks and other related school items during specified time frames
                                                                                     and	 8:00	a.m.	 to	 12	 p.m.	 on	 Friday.	 For	 more	 information,	 please	 call	
at the beginning of every semester. Charge dates will be posted in the
Bookstore and around Campus.                                                         (575) 624-7163.

Refunds:                                                                             New student Relations
Textbook returns are accepted until the last day of the add/drop period              Conveniently located in the Student Services Center on Campus,
of each semester. Books purchased after the add/drop period may be                   the New Student Relations Office provides a point of contact for
returned up to five days after purchase. Books must be accompanied by a              prospective students and incoming freshmen. The staff provides
cash register receipt. Books purchased as new books must be in absolutely            campus tours, information about the campus, and information about
new condition, free of all markings. Textbooks that are considered to be             areas of study. Recruiting for the ENMU-Roswell campus is centralized
bundles must be returned in their original wrapping. No returns will be              in this office. Campus tour and information requests can be accessed
made on opened packages. All other merchandise is returnable within                  online	 by	 visiting	 the	 ENMU‑Roswell	 homepage.	 For	 more	 information,	
five days of purchase.                                                               call (575) 624-7168 or visit Room 135 in the Student Services Center.

Book Buy-back:                                                                       Career Resource Center
During finals week of each semester, the Bookstore offers a buy-back                 The ENMU-Roswell Career Resource Center provides free services to
service. The Bookstore will purchase used books at approximately                     students and alumni to assist with job searches, resume and cover
50% of the original purchase price, providing the textbook is being used             letter preparation, and interviewing skills. Students can also access
the following semester and the Bookstore has not purchased sufficient                the ENMU-Roswell Web site to view employment opportunities online
quantities to meet its needs.	 For	 any	 Bookstore	 related	 questions,	 call	       (job openings are posted daily to this site).
(575) 624-7192.                                                                      The Career Resource Center uses interest inventories, such as Choices and
                                                                                     various other career resources to help students and community residents
                                                                                     learn more about themselves, establish direction, and choose college
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programs suitable to their goals. The Choices software offers a world of               occupational testing
opportunities for students. It is a modern career information system with              The Special Services Department provides testing services in areas of
extensive and excellent information about occupations, universities and                occupational evaluation. Work samples (ValPar), academic level indicators
colleges, and career-planning.                                                         (TABE), and interest inventories (reading and non-reading) are used in the
                                                                                       occupational assessment of students and community members. This testing
For	more	information,	call	(575)	624‑7032	or	visit	Room	135	in	the	Student	
                                                                                       is recommended for persons entering occupational training programs.
Services Center.
adult Basic Education                                                                  special services/accommodations
The Adult Basic Education Program offers free materials and instruction in             ENMU-Roswell is concerned that all students reach their academic
citizenship; English Literacy (English-as-a-Second Language); basic reading,           goals. Special Services, in particular, concerns itself with maximizing the
writing and math skills; typing; accounting; and computer literacy and                 educational experience for all students with disabilities. This department
applications. The program also offers preparation for individuals who                  includes the Occupational Training Program, which offers courses that lead
want to earn their GED or enter college. Instruction is available on an                to certificates of occupational training. Course work may be customized
individualized, self-paced basis or through scheduled classes.                         to fit the needs of individual students with long term and temporary
                                                                                       disabilities.
Full	 and	 partial	 college	 scholarships,	 nursing	 assistant	 scholarships,	 and	
limited child care and transportation awards are available for students with
                                                                                       In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA),
financial	need	who	are	enrolled	in	the	Adult	Basic	Education	Program.	For	
                                                                                       ENMU-Roswell continues to ensure equal access to educational
more information, please call (575) 624-7271.
                                                                                       opportunities for all persons with disabilities. Students needing special
student outreach Program                                                               accommodations should contact the Special Services Office at Eastern
The Student Outreach Program, TRIO, is a composite of three programs                   New Mexico University-Roswell at (575) 624-7286.
designed to improve academic performance, increase student motivation
and smooth the transition from one level of education to the next. These                How to obtain Disability-Related services
programs include the following:                                                        Am I Eligible? Eligibility for academic support services is based on need
                                                                                       and disability documentation.
     E
	 •	 	 ducational Opportunity Center provides eligible adults who seek
     to enter or continue a program of postsecondary education with                    What Kind of Documentation Must I Provide? If you have previously
     information about financial, educational and career opportunities.                been tested and diagnosed with a disability, we need that information
     For	more	information,	call	(575)	624‑7202.                                        indicating your specific disability.
	 •	 	 ducational Talent Search Program identifies disadvantaged
     E                                                                                 How Do I Get Services?
     young people with potential for postsecondary education and                        1) To have your needs assessed by scheduling an intake appointment
     encourages them to graduate from secondary school, and to enroll in                   with the Director of Special Services, call (575) 624-7286.
     programs of postsecondary education. The program also encourages                   2) The need for testing and further documentation of a disability will be
     high	 school	 dropouts	 to	 return	 to	 school.	 For	 more	 information,	 call	       determined during the intake appointment.
     (575) 624-7202.                                                                    3) A confidential file, which is not a part of the permanent student
                                                                                           record, will be kept with this information. Providing the services may
	 •	 Upward Bound Program is designed for eligible high school youth
                                                                                           require communicating with appropriate college personnel who have
     to generate the skills and motivation necessary for success in education
                                                                                           a legitimate educational need to know about your disability so that
     beyond high school through academic instruction and individual
                                                                                           additional services can be provided for you.
     tutoring.	For	more	information,	call	(575)	624‑7202.
tutoring                                                                               Is There a Charge For Special Services? Not to you, the student. The
Tutoring services are free to students. Lab assistants and tutors in the Learning      college is committed to providing appropriate support services.
Lab, IC 120, assist students in locating and utilizing multimedia lab materials.
                                                                                       How Soon Can I Get My Services? Once approved, most services can
For	more	information,	call	(575)	624‑7220.	
                                                                                       begin immediately. However, students are expected to make timely and
testing services                                                                       appropriate disclosures to make their needs known. Delays may result from
Testing Services is located on the second floor of the Instructional Center            missing, incomplete or outdated documentation, and unclear or untimely
in IC 208 and provides a variety of testing assessments and examinations               requests.
for ENMU-Roswell students, staff, and individuals in the community. Besides
the ACCUPLACER Placement University Skills Test (which is offered on                     what Kind of services are available?
computer, online nationally, and paper and pencil), Testing Services                   Adaptive Equipment
administers ENMU-Roswell Outcomes Testing (CAAP Critical Thinking,                     	       •	 voice	calculator
English 104, and Post-CAAP); standardized national exams such as                       	       •	 computer	software	(e.g.	screen	readers)
CLEP (College Level Examination Program); GED (General Education                       	       •	 TDD
Development); and other tests as requested by individuals and departments.             	       •	 spelling	ACE
                                                                                       	       •	 ergologic	adaptive	keyboard
In addition to these standardized tests, Testing Services offers and provides
                                                                                       Accommodations
computer-based testing for the Praxis, the GRE (Graduate Record Exam),
                                                                                       	       •	 extended	testing	time
MCSE	 (Microsoft	 Computer	 Specialist	 Examination),	 FAA,	 and	 the	 A+	
                                                                                       	       •	 print	enlarger
Examination.
                                                                                       	       •	 notetaker
Students with special needs should contact Testing Services prior                      	       •	 books	on	tape	and/or	CD
to the test to make arrangements for appropriate accommodations.                       	       •	 readers
For	information	concerning	any	of	the	testing	programs	offered,	please	call	           Other Services
(575) 624-7227 or (575) 624-7183.                                                      	       •	 priority	registration
                                                                                       	       •	 sign	language	interpreters
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	         •	 tutors                                                                  Intramural sports
	         •	 occupational	assessment                                                 ENMU-Roswell encourages students to develop skills in activities that
	         •	 counseling                                                              contribute to their lifelong physical fitness. An intramural program and
                                                                                     a variety of physical education courses take place throughout the year.
student Health services                                                              Intramural sports competitions include 3-on-3 basketball, 5-on-5 basketball,
Student Health Services are available on campus on a limited basis                   flag football, Wednesday intramural events, racquetball, tug of war, 3-mile
coordinated through the Division of Health. A Nurse Practitioner provides            run, agility run, shuttle run, chess, checkers, badminton, table tennis and
services on campus for ENMU-Roswell students five days a week from 9:00              weight lifting. The intramural program also offers Tuesday and Thursday
a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday                Mileage Club.
and	9:00	a.m.	to	12	noon	on	Friday.	Individual	student	appointments	are	
encouraged.
                                                                                      DIstaNCE EDUCatIoN
                                                                                     Portales
Child Care
                                                                                     Upper-division and graduate courses are offered in Roswell through
ENMU-Roswell’s Child Development Center provides on-campus child care for
                                                                                     ENMU’s University Outreach Program. A registration schedule and a
the young children of students, faculty, and staff, and depending on availability,
                                                                                     schedule of extended degree classes is available prior to registration each
the wider community. As the laboratory for the Child Development Program,
                                                                                     semester. Students interested in courses above the sophomore level, refer
the center provides adult students an opportunity to work with young children
                                                                                     to the current ENMU-Portales Catalog for course descriptions.
who are diverse in age, culture, ability, and socioeconomic background.
The center also provides a stimulating and healthy environment designed to           Roswell
meet the developmental needs of the infants, toddlers, and preschool children        ENMU-Roswell’s Distance Education Program provides expanded
enrolled in the center. Enrollment options include all day, morning only, or         learning opportunities to help students obtain their education.
afternoon only, and fees are based on a fixed daily rate. The fee includes           Classes are offered online, through instructional television, and at a
breakfast for children who arrive by 8 a.m., a morning/afternoon snack,              variety of other off-Campus sites.
and lunch. The center operates year-round, closing only when the campus              Instruction is delivered in traditional face-to-face teaching, as well as
offices close. Individuals interested in more information are welcome to visit       through a variety of technologies including video conference applications
the center or call (575) 624-7301.                                                   and on-line-learning. Courses offered online through the Internet broaden
student activity Board                                                               the choices for students beyond the limitations of a physical location or
The official student organization at ENMU-Roswell is the Student Activity            set schedule. Courses are offered in many subject areas and disciplines.
Board (SAB). The mission of the SAB is to represent the opinions of the              ENMU-Roswell makes every effort to continually add new courses and
student body to the faculty and the administration of ENMU-Roswell and               degree completion programs using alternate forms of delivery. Degrees
to organize social and educational activities to benefit both the students and       and Certificates which are available completely online through ENMU-
the local community.                                                                 Roswell are: Certificate of Computer Applications and Support, A.A.S.
This organization is authorized to speak for the student body, to supervise          in Computer Applications and Support, A.A.S. in Police Science, A.A.S.
the expenditures of student activity fees and to develop a program of                in Occupational Safety Engineering and Environmental Management
student activities and services consistent with the mission of the institution.      Technologies, A.A. in Business Administration, A.A. in Criminal Justice, and
The nature of those student activities is subject to approval by the Assistant       A.A. in University Studies.
Vice President for Student Affairs.                                                  For	current	information	on	courses	being	offered	through	ITV	and	via	the	
All student fee expenditures are subject to approval by the Assistant Vice           Internet, visit the ENMU-Roswell Web site at http://www.roswell.enmu.edu
President for Student Affairs.
                                                                                     Instructional technology Participation statement
Clubs and organizations                                                              Some courses taught on the ENMU-Roswell Campus use distance
The various clubs on the ENMU-Roswell Campus give students                           education technology. This technology may use synchronous or
an opportunity to explore the different fields of professional and                   asynchronous communication. As such, in this environment, students
academic life. Clubs can be charted through the Student Activity                     may be part of a video streaming and/or a video conferencing session
Board (SAB). A recent listing of ENMU-Roswell clubs and organizations                that may be taped for use at a later point in time. Students who do not
includes:                                                                            wish to participate in this environment may contact their instructor
	    •	   Art	Club                                                                   for other accommodations.
	    •	   Dorm	Council	                                                              Students who consent to participate in a course using distance education
	    •	   Drama	Club	‑	Acting	Out                                                    technology give ENMU-Roswell the absolute and irrevocable right and
	    •	   Medical	Assisting	Student	Association                                      permission, with respect to the photographs and film or tape that is taken of
	    •	   New	Mexico	Film	Club                                                       them:
	    •	   Occupational	Therapy	Assistants’	Club                                           1. To copyright the same in the name of ENMU-Roswell; and
	    •	   Phi	Theta	Kappa	                                                                2. To use, reuse, publish, and republish the same in whole or in
	    •	   Respiratory	Therapy	Student	Association                                              part, individually or in conjunction with other photographs or
	    •	   Satellite	Wesley	Foundation                                                          images, in any medium and for any institutional purpose.
	    •	   SkillsUSA	
	    •	   Student	Nurses’	Association                                                The student releases and discharges ENMU-Roswell from any and all
                                                                                     claims and demands arising out of or in connection with the use of such
ENMU-Roswell encourages students with interests not represented in                   photographs, film, electronic media or tape, including but not limited to
this list to work with the Student Activity Board in establishing additional         any claims for defamation or invasion of privacy.
associations.	For	more	information	on	ENMU‑Roswell	Student	Organizations	
please contact the Advising Center at (575) 624-7163.
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 CENtER FoR woRKFoRCE aND CoMMUNItY DEVEloPMENt                                                teams, dates of attendance, degrees, various honors and awards
The Center for Workforce and Community Development (CWCD) is an aca-                           received, and the most recent, previous educational agency or
demic unit dedicated to the mission of workforce, community, and economic                      institution attended by students; and
development. The center offers training programs for local industry, business,             f. Government authorities providing aid or service to students; and
government, and personal development as well as leisure activities important               g. Other educational institutions to which students have applied
to all members of our community. Programs are specifically tailored to meet                    for admission. Academic disciplinary measures (probation,
the needs of the adult and life-long learner, with emphasis placed on flexibility              suspension, dismissal, and similar matters) will be released to other
to meet the needs of the student.                                                              institutions;
                                                                                           h. Government authorities operating under the Solomon Act;
The Center is home for the Workforce Development Center, Extended Learn-
                                                                                           i. When the student has completed a release of information form
ing,	 Senior	 Learning,	 Kid’s	 Kollege,	 and	 Customized	 Training.	 	 Although	
                                                                                               allowing another individual to obtain information concerning
the Center does not directly provide traditional degree granting programs,
                                                                                               his/her records;
there are a variety of innovative programs, which lead to certification and
                                                                                       4) To withhold any directory information by completing the proper form.
occupational competency.
                                                                                           Requests for withholding directory information must be obtained and
In addition, the Center is dedicated to providing the finest professional                  filed at the Office of Admissions and Records for each enrollment
development opportunities for business, government, nonprofit, and other                   period (fall, spring, interim, summer), within the first two weeks of
organizations throughout eastern New Mexico---including economic develop-                  the fall or spring semester and the first week of an interim or summer
ment. Programs are designed to support strategic organizational objectives                 session;
in addition to meeting specific the skill development needs of the work force.         5) ENMU does not release records of other institutions: transcripts, test
Programs can be delivered on-site, through distance delivery or at locations               scores, etc;
chosen by the organization being served. Organizations may choose from the           	 6)	 For	 the	 purpose	 of	 interpreting	 FERPA	 regulations,	 ENMU‑Roswell	
full array of tested and proven University programs currently available or have            defines “student” as any person who has been fully accepted to
a program custom designed to meet specific expectations and objectives.                    the University, has registered for classes and has made a payment
                                                                                           commitment for that registration.
  sENIoR lEaRNINg CoNNECtIoN
                                                                                     Other information regarding disclosure of student data is posted at the
What: It is a series of classes designed to meet the needs of our                    Office of Admissions and Records in compliance with the Act.
community’s members 50 and over. Topics include, but are not limited
to, skills for new computer users, health and nutrition, local history and            aPPEalINg VIolatIoNs oF stUDENt RIgHts
genealogy topics. We are continually looking for new ideas to share.                 A substantial violation of a student’s rights may be appealed in accordance
Please suggest yours!                                                                with the following procedure:
Where: Classes are held at Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell, 52
University Boulevard.                                                                1. If the matter is a disciplinary problem, the concerned student should
                                                                                        request an individual conference with the staff member involved to
How: Class size is limited to ensure that each participant receives individual          clarify and remedy the specific violation. If the problem is not resolved,
attention. Reserve a place in class by telephoning the Customized Training              the student should speak with the director of the appropriate area. If
Department at (575) 624-7219. Tuition is collected the first day of class.              the matter is not resolved to the satisfaction of both parties, the student
Make checks payable to ENMU-Roswell.                                                    or staff member may request a conference with the Vice President
                                                                                        for Student Affairs. If the problem remains unresolved, the student
 stUDENt RIgHts aND                                                                     may request a hearing with the Student Disciplinary Committee. The
                                                                                        Student Disciplinary Committee is an Ad-Hoc Committee consisting of
 REsPoNsIBIlItIEs                                                                       two faculty members, two student representatives and a professional
                                                                                        from the Advising Center. The student may add information to their
FaMIlY PRIVaCY aCt                                                                      previously submitted appeal if desired, so that it identifies the rights
The	Family	Rights	and	Privacy	Act	of	1974	(FERPA)	gives	students	certain	               allegedly violated, specific circumstances and evidence of violations.
rights regarding their records:
  1) To inspect eligible records in their files;                                     2. If the matter is an academic problem, which impacts grades and before
  2) To petition to change their records upon proof of error;                           one year from posting of grade has not elapsed. (Please note that failure
  3) To have their records remain private except for the following                      to comply with the order stated below may void the appeal process):
      circumstances:                                                                    A. Student must first speak with the instructor of the course in question
      a. Parents of dependent students will be allowed to see the student’s                  to attempt to resolve the issue.
          academic records once appropriate documentation is provided to                B. Student meets with the Program Chair or the Lead Instructor, if the
          demonstrate the student’s dependent status;                                        problem remains unresolved.
      b. Institutional officers may access student records on a “need to                C. Student then meets with the Dean of the appropriate division, if the
          know” basis;                                                                       problem remains unresolved to the satisfaction of the student.
      c. Students may authorize release of any part of the eligible                     D. Student may submit a written appeal to the Academic Standards
          record;                                                                            Committee (ASC). The Academic Standards Committee is comprised
      d. Approved researchers may access student records provided the                        of	 the	 following	 representatives:	 Faculty	 (all	 areas	 represented),	
          data secured are not to be released in any identifiable way with                   Professional Staff, Support Staff, Academic Advisor, and Dean. The
          specific students; and                                                             Director of Admissions & Records chairs the committee.
      e. The following information has been designated as directory                          Appeal Process
          information and is subject to release to the public: Students’ names,      	   	      S
                                                                                             •	 	 tudent	 must	 fill	 out	 and	 submit	 the	 Petition	 Form	 and	 provide	
          addresses, telephone listings, dates and places of birth, major                       appropriate documentation of support to the office of Admissions
          fields of study, classifications, participation in officially recognized              &	 Records.	 The	 Appeal	 Form	 may	 be	 located	 online	 on	 the	
          activities and sports, weight and height of members of athletic                       Admissions & Records homepage or by visiting this office.
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	   	      T
        •	 	 he	faculty	member,	course	or	division	in	question	will	be	notified	       attainment	in	an	honest	manner.	Failure	to	do	so	may	result	in	either	grade	
           by the ASC of such petition no later than 10 calendar days                  changes and/or disciplinary action. Misrepresentation of knowledge can
           (excluding holidays) from initial received date of petition. In this        influence a course grade or determination of satisfactory fulfillment of
           notification, the faculty member will have the opportunity to come          an academic requirement. In addition, the following acts, or any other
           by the Admissions & Records Office to review documentation                  acts of academic dishonesty, compromise the integrity of the academic
           from the student. They must notify the Admissions & Records                 process	and	community	and	are	subject	to	disciplinary	action.	For	further	
           Director within 10 calendar days (excluding holidays) if they               information about policies and disciplinary actions for academic dishonesty,
           wish to review documentation or waive their right to review. If             refer to the Student Handbook.
           reviewed, they will present the proper documentation in writing
           pertaining to the student’s appeal within 10 calendar days                  Plagiarism
           (excluding holidays).                                                       Plagiarism includes but is not limited to offering the work of another as one’s
	   	   •	 	 ocumentation	received	will	only	be	reviewed	when	submitted	
           D                                                                           own; offering the work of another without proper acknowledgment; and/or
           by student and faculty in question. On the rare occasion when               failing to give credit for quotations or essentially identical expressions of
           clarification may be necessary, verbal communication may only               material taken from books, encyclopedias, magazines, reference works,
           be given at the request of the ASC.                                         term papers, reports, or other writings of another individual.
	   	      T
        •	 	 he	student	may	review	documentation	provided	by	the	faculty	              Cheating Behavior
           member and add information that identifies the rights allegedly             Cheating behavior includes but is not limited to: (a) dishonesty of
           violated, specific circumstances and evidence of violations no              any kind on examinations, quizzes, written assignments and projects;
           more than 10 calendar days (excluding holidays) after the faculty           (b) unauthorized possession of examinations, quizzes or instructor
           member has submitted their responses. No further submissions                records; (c) use of unauthorized notes or information during an
           will be allowed from either party at this time. Recommendations             examination, quiz, or exercise; (d) obtaining information during an
           from the ASC will be sent directly to student, faculty member and           examination or assignment from another individual and/or assisting
           Provost for Academic & Student Affairs. The student may request             others in cheating; (e) alteration of grades on an examination, an
           a conference with the Provost for Academic & Student Affairs                assignment, or records of an instructor or the college; (f) illegal
           if the matter is not resolved to their satisfaction after ASC has           entr y or unauthorized presence in an office of the college or
           made their recommendations within 10 calendar days (excluding               residence of an instructor, or unauthorized access to grade records or
           holidays) of written notification.                                          examination and assignment requirements; and (g) any act of fraud
                                                                                       or misrepresentation.
  tRaNsCRIPts
Requests for transcripts must be in written form. Transcript request forms are
                                                                                       science laboratories
in the Office of Admissions and Records. Current or former students may
                                                                                       Students participating in laboratory courses should be aware that such
call the office at (575) 624-7143 and a REQUEST	FORM will be mailed
                                                                                       participation may expose them to contact with a variety of chemicals.
to them. Written letters or faxed requests for transcripts must contain the
                                                                                       Students should adhere to the rules of the laboratory to ensure the safety of
following information:
                                                                                       everyone involved in the laboratory. The effects of such chemicals and/or
        1) Student’s name (including any previous names used);
                                                                                       their fumes upon the human embryo and fetus are often unknown, and may
        2) Current address and telephone number;
                                                                                       be harmful. Students who are pregnant should consult with a physician
        3) Social security number;
                                                                                       before enrolling in laboratory courses.
        4) Date of birth;
        5) Semester and campus of last attendance;                                     Campus security
        6) Address to which transcript should be mailed;                               The ENMU-Roswell Campus Security Department provides security for the
        7) Student’s signature.                                                        college. The security officers can be contacted through the switchboard,
There is no charge for transcripts of work completed at ENMU-Roswell.                  or by calling (575) 624-7180. Preventing crime is a shared responsibility
However, transcripts cannot be issued for students who have University Holds           between the college and its campus members.
on their records. This policy is applicable to all holds including, but not limited    Please promptly report crime, suspicious activity, or emergencies that
to,	Financial	Aid	Holds,	debts,	including,	but	not	limited	to,	student	loans,	and	     occur on Campus to a security officer at (575) 624-7181.
regardless of whether the debts have been discharged in any proceeding
under the United States.                                                               Drug-free Campus
Prior to the release of transcripts from ENMU-Roswell, all student Admissions          ENMU-Roswell is a drug-free Campus. Drug and alcohol abuse on
files must be complete. This includes the requirement that high school transcripts     campus poses a serious threat to the health and welfare of faculty,
(with high school graduation date posted), GED transcripts (if applicable), as         staff, and students; impairs work and academic performance;
well as official transcripts from all other universities previously attended must be   jeopardizes the safety and well-being of other students and members
received prior to the release of any student transcripts from ENMU-Roswell.            of the general public; and conflicts with the responsibility of ENMU-
Official transcripts bearing the Seal of the University are issued only to             Roswell to foster a healthy atmosphere for the pursuit of education
institutions and/or agencies. Student copies without the official seal are issued      and service.
directly to students upon written request or may be viewed and printed from            The unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensation, possession, or use of
the ENMU-Roswell home page. No transcripts from other institutions will be             a controlled substance is prohibited on the premises of ENMU-Roswell,
released. Students who desire copies of their transcripts from other institutions      including but not limited to its campus grounds, facilities, vehicles, or any
should write directly to the institutions previously attended. If any other            activity held on campus premises. As a condition of enrollment, any student of
information is needed concerning students or their records, written requests           ENMU‑Roswell	shall	abide	by	the	terms	of	the	Drug‑Free	Campus	Policy.
from students will be required.
                                                                                       legal sanctions
 aCaDEMIC INtEgRItY                                                                    Legal sanctions will be in accordance with applicable state laws and local
Students are responsible for achieving academic and course goals                       ordinances. Students and employees engaged in unlawful possession,
and objectives as prescribed by their instructors and for demonstrating                distribution, or use of controlled substances may also be subject to expulsion
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or termination of employment and referral for prosecution for violations of        in a student’s possession. All transcripts must be submitted to the Office of
the standards of conduct.                                                          Admissions and Records by the end of the first regular semester. A hold
                                                                                   will be placed on the files of those students whose files are not complete.
smoke-free Campus                                                                  Students will be prevented from registering for future semesters until their
ENMU-Roswell is a tobacco-free institution; therefore, the use of any form         files are complete.
of tobacco is prohibited in ENMU-Roswell buildings and vehicles.
                                                                                   A student misrepresenting or failing to disclose information in the
Required supervision of Children on Campus                                         completion of the admission form will be subject to disciplinary action
Adults who bring children on campus must ensure that the children do not           and possible dismissal from the University.
disrupt classes, damage property, litter, or endanger themselves or others.
                                                                                   University skills Placement test
The Library, laboratory areas, Physical Education Center, and other special        The University Skills Placement Test helps new students determine their skill
areas on Campus have rules regarding who may use certain facilities and            levels in the areas of literacy and math. All entering students are required
equipment. Adults with children must observe these rules.                          to test in each area unless they meet the exemptions. The placement test
Children under high school age must not be left unattended anywhere on             takes two to three hours to complete and is given by appointment in Testing
campus. In the event a child is left unattended, ENMU-Roswell personnel            Services.	For	more	information	and	to	make	an	appointment,	please	call	
will require that the responsible adult provide appropriate supervision, even      Testing Services at (575) 624-7227 or (575) 624-7183.
if this means that the adult must leave class.                                     Students with at least an associate’s degree or students who have taken an
  stUDENt oUtCoME assEssMENt                                                       equivalent test (math must be taken within the last five years) are exempt
                                                                                   from taking all areas of the University Skills Placement Test.
As part of its continuing effort to maintain the quality of academic programs,
ENMU-Roswell has implemented the student outcome assessment                        Transfer students who have not earned at least an associate’s degree may
(Collegiate Assessment of Academic Proficiency - CAAP). ENMU-Roswell               be exempt from individual areas of the University Skills Placement Test if
has designed this program to determine the growth of student achievement           they meet any of the following:
in general education and changes in student attitudes and values.                  •	Literacy	(Reading	Comprehension,	Sentence	Skills,	Essay)
                                                                                         - Transfer equivalent courses
The students also benefit from this program. They can determine growth in
                                                                                         - Transfer 15 credit hours or more
competency levels and compare their individual scores to national norms. In
                                                                                               - with a GPA of at least 2.5 AND
addition, students can give potential employers evidence of competency levels.
                                                                                               - a college-level English course with a grade of C or better.
Student participation in the assessment program is mandatory. Students                   - Transfer 30 credit hours or more
scoring above the national average receive a gold seal on their diplomas.                      - with a GPA of at least 2.0 AND
                                                                                               - a college-level English course with a grade of C or better
 aCaDEMIC PolICIEs                                                                 •	Math
                                                                                         - Transfer equivalent math credit
 aND PRoCEDUREs                                                                          - Applied/Technical math credit will be evaluated on a case by case
gENERal REQUIREMENts                                                                       basis.
In order to allow sufficient time for the preparation of registration materials,   Part-time, non degree-seeking students need not take the placement test
students should apply for admission at least six weeks prior to registration.      unless they are enrolling in a class where English, math, or reading is a
Students will not be accepted officially and the student’s financial aid           prerequisite. If a student changes to a full-time or degree-seeking status,
cannot be awarded until all the required materials listed below are on file        they must take the placement test at that time.
in the Admissions and Records Office:                                              No student will be awarded a certificate or an associate degree without
  1) A completed application for admission                                         achieving the required level of university skills.
  2) A high school transcript from an accredited institution                       NOTE: If a student has completed more than one set of ACT or SAT tests,
      OR                                                                           the highest score will be used to determine the student’s exemption from
      A satisfactory score on the GED test                                         placement testing.
  3) Official transcripts from all previous colleges, universities, and
      technical-vocational schools attended                                        Determining Class Placement Based on aCCUPlaCER scores
  4) Students graduating from a home school program or other non-                    ACCUPLACER Required Scores               PLACEMENT                 ABBREVIATIONS
      accredited agency will be considered for admission with the following
                                                                                    RC 0-54 or SS 0-59 or WP 0-2       ABE, ESL or ACS 101 AR       ABE (Adult Basic Education)
      stipulations:                                                                 RC55; SS 60                        Ability to Benefit           ESL (English as a Second
           a) High school cumulative GPA of 2.5 or above AND                        *RC 55-79 & ss 60-79 & wP 3-4      *COMM 104 & 102              Language)
           b) ACT scores of 15 or above.                                            **RC 80-120 & SS 80-120 & WP 3-4   COMM 102 or **UNIV 098       ACS 101 001 AR (Fast Track)
                                                                                    RC 55-79 & ss 60-79 & wP 5-6       COMM 104 or ACS 101 AR       RC (Reading Comprehension)
Students of non-accredited programs who have not obtained a GED                     RC 80-120 & SS 80-120 & WP 5-6     ENG 102                      SS (Sentence Skills)
                                                                                    RC 100-120 & SS 100-120 & WP 7-8   ENG 104                      WP (Writer Placer Essay)
might not be eligible for certain types of financial aid.
                                                                                    AR 0-34                            ABE or ACS 101 AR            ABE (Adult Basic Education)
Applicants for admission must be graduates of accredited high schools               35                                 Ability to Benefit           ESL (English as a Second
and have the units required by the North Central Association and/or the             AR 35-54                           MATH 100 or ACS 101 AR       Language)
                                                                                    EA 0-45 or AR 55-100               MATH 101 or ACS 101 AR       ACS 101 001 AR (Fast Track)
State Department of Education.                                                      EA 46-65                           MATH 197 or ACS 101 AR       AR (Arithmetic)
                                                                                    EA 66-100 or CLM 0-45              MATH 119                     EA (Elementary Algebra)
Students transferring to ENMU-Roswell with fewer than 30 semester hours             CLM 46-80                          MATH 120 or STAT 213         CLM (College Level Math)
of acceptable transfer credit must also have official high school transcripts,      CLM 81-100                         MATH 124
from accredited institutions, sent to ENMU-Roswell.
                                                                                   *Students may take COMM 104 and COMM 102 concurrently. If taken sequentially, COMM
Official transcripts are those sent directly by an official of the high school     104 must be taken first.
and or college(s)/technical school(s) to the ENMU-Roswell Office of                **If WP score is 3-4, students may take UNIV 098 during summer or week before fall semester.
Admissions and Records. The university cannot accept copies of transcripts
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Non-degree status                                                                                 to enroll concurrently at ENMU-Roswell must provide appropriate
Students wishing to take credit courses, either evening or daytime,                               documentation that they are registered with the state of New Mexico as a
w i t h o u t m e e t i n g t h e f u l l re q u i re m e n t s f o r a d m i s s i o n t o a n   Home School Student before registering for classes. The person validating
undergraduate program may apply for nondegree status in the                                       their home school work must sign as the student’s counselor.
University or in any of its off-Campus programs, providing they meet
                                                                                                  Concurrent Enrollment for students in the gED Program
the following qualifications:
                                                                                                  Students enrolled in the GED Program who want to enroll concurrently at
      1) Students may enroll in university courses on non-degree status                           ENMU-Roswell must be certified by the ABE Director as having academic
         without meeting the regular entrance requirements.                                       ability sufficient to perform at the level required for the courses in which
      2) Students who wish to register on a nondegree status must file a                          they wish to enroll.
         regular admission application.
                                                                                                  Concurrent Enrollment with other ENMU Campuses
      3) The nondegree student is subject to all ENMU-Roswell policies
                                                                                                  Students may enroll concurrently in lower-division courses at any ENMU
         and regulations governing registration, attendance and academic
                                                                                                  Campus or extended degree center without special approval. However, it
         standing.
                                                                                                  is strongly recommended that degree seeking students establish a degree
Students must provide appropriate documentation for admission to                                  plan in their field of study with the Portales Campus.
classes with prerequisites. Admission to classes with prerequisites, if
those prerequisites have not been satisfied, requires the consent of the                            tRaNsFER stUDENts
appropriate Dean. Nondegree students wishing to take mathematics or                               Students transferring to ENMU-Roswell must file official transcripts from each
English classes must score at the required university skills levels on the                        college or university attended. Students with fewer than 30 semester hours
placement test or successfully complete the appropriate level classes before                      of acceptable transfer credit must also have official high school transcripts
they may enroll. Nondegree students who have successfully completed                               sent. If students on suspension from another institution wish to enroll in
freshman level courses in mathematics and English are exempt from this                            courses at ENMU-Roswell, they may appeal to the Academic Standards
requirement.                                                                                      Committee for an admission waiver. They should be WARNED, however,
                                                                                                  that credits earned during suspension periods may not be accepted by
Nondegree status students who are over the age of 30 and have not                                 receiving institutions.
completed high school or obtained a GED, may apply to the Academic
                                                                                                  acceptance of transfer Credit
Standards Committee for formal admission to the university as a degree
                                                                                                  Credit is accepted for college-level work from institutions accredited by
seeking student. The student must have completed 12 or more hours of
                                                                                                  an accrediting body recognized by the Commission on Recognition of
college level credit with a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.0
                                                                                                  Postsecondary Accreditation (CORPA). Courses which would not be
or better.
                                                                                                  accepted include, but are not limited to, some technical/occupational
Readmission                                                                                       courses, doctrinal religion courses and basic skills level courses. ENMU-
Students who have attended ENMU-Roswell but were not enrolled in classes                          Roswell does not grant credit for work experience.
in the semester immediately preceding reenrollment are considered to be                           Credit for college-level work from an institution that is a candidate for
readmission	students	and	are	required	to	file	an	Application	Update	Form.	                        accreditation by a CORPA recognized body will be awarded after 15
Students who have attended another college during this absence must have                          credit hours have been earned at ENMU-Roswell with a minimum grade
an official transcript sent from that institution.                                                point average of 2.0.

 CoNCURRENt ENRollMENt/DUal CREDIt PRogRaMs                                                       To further enhance articulation between all state-supported institutions
ENMU-Roswell’s concurrent enrollment and dual credit programs provide                             in New Mexico, ENMU-Roswell adopts the principle of treating transfer
an opportunity for high school students to take college level courses taught                      students as native students in the application of credit toward certificate
by ENMU-Roswell faculty at various sites or through distance education.                           or degree requirements.
Dual credit courses accrue both high school and college credit and are
                                                                                                  Evaluation of transfer Credit
open only to public schools, state charter schools, and other state-supported
                                                                                                  The Office of Admissions and Records evaluates transferable credits and
schools. Concurrent enrollment courses may be for college credit only,
                                                                                                  determines the applicability of acceptable credits to students’ degree
high school credit only, or both.
                                                                                                  programs.
Students wishing to take concurrent enrollment classes and/or dual credit                         Students who would like to have a transfer credit evaluation must
classes must submit the correct forms to the ENMU-Roswell Office of                               complete an Admission Application to the University, and have original
Admissions	 and	 Records	 before	 the	 start	 of	 each	 semester.	 	 For	 more	                   official academic transcripts sent directly to ENMU-Roswell from each
information, call (575) 624-7149.                                                                 institution previously attended. Transfer credits are evaluated when
Students who are enrolled in concurrent enrollment classes and/or dual                            all transcripts for that student have been received. Applicants are
credit classes are required to furnish a copy of their final high school                          required to declare a major for evaluation of transfer credit. Transfer
transcript, with the graduation date posted, to ENMU-Roswell.                                     credits are evaluated only for students seeking a degree or certificate.
                                                                                                  Transfer grade point averages are used in the calculation of grade
Students who have not yet entered high school are not allowed to enroll                           point averages for graduation “With Honors” only.
in ENMU-Roswell courses without permission of the school district officials,
the appropriate ENMU-Roswell Dean, the Vice President for Student Affairs,                        Foreign	 students	 who	 wish	 to	 have	 foreign	 transcripts	 evaluated	 for	
and the Provost for Academic & Student Affairs.                                                   transfer credit must provide an English translation of all transcripts.
                                                                                                  The English translation must demonstrate how the courses are
Only high school students enrolled in public school, a charter school, or                         equivalent in grade and content to those taught in the United States.
other state-supported schools, are eligible for dual credit. Please contact                       Please contact the Director of Admissions and Records for more
the high school counselor to determine eligibility for dual credit.                               information.
Concurrent Enrollment for students in the Home school Program
High school students enrolled in the Home School Program who want
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                                                                                “D” – One grade point per credit hour. “D” grade indicates marginal
Change of attendance to the Portales Campus                                           achievement.
Students attending classes at the Roswell Campus may transfer their
attendance to the Portales campus without charge. Students should              	 “F”	–	 Zero	 grade	 points	 per	 credit	 hour.	 “F”	 grade	 indicates	
notify the Admissions and Records Offices of both Campuses 30 days                      unsatisfactory achievement.
prior to registration to ensure that registration materials will be ready      Other report abbreviations and their meanings include the following:
for students when they arrive to register.
                                                                                 “I” – Incomplete. The “I” grade is given for passing work which could not
A Change of Campus Application form is available in both the Advising                  be completed due to circumstances beyond the student’s control. The
and Retention Center and the Admissions and Records Office.                            following regulations apply to “I” grades:
                                                                                        1. In no case is an “I” to be used by faculty to avoid the
Credit for Military service
                                                                                            assignment	of	“D”	or	“F”	grades	for	marginal	or	failing	work.
ENMU-Roswell allows credit to United States military personnel for
                                                                                        2. Change of an “I” is accomplished by the instructor submitting
courses and/or military occupational specialties (MOS) as evaluated
                                                                                            a change of grade form to the Registrar when the work has
by the American Council on Education (ACE) in the Guide to the
                                                                                            been	completed.	An	“F”	grade	may	be	given	for	inadequate	
Evaluation of Educational Experiences in the Armed Services. The
                                                                                            work or work not completed in a timely fashion.
amount of credit will not exceed 32 semester hours for undergraduates.
                                                                                        3. A student cannot change an “I” by reenrolling in the course.
Military credit is accepted as elective credit by the Admissions and                        Repeating a course will give the student a new grade but will
Records Office. Students may request that specific courses be applied                       not remove the “I” from the previous registration.
to associate degree requirements. Before credit will be considered             	        4.	 An	“I”	grade	will	not	replace	an	“F”	grade	for	grade	point	
official, copies of courses completed or MOS rating must be sent                            average determination.
directly to the Admissions and Records Office from a record center.                     5. It is the student’s responsibility to remove an “I” by completing
If the ACE Guide does not have an evaluation of a course that a student                     his/her course work in a manner acceptable to the instructor
has completed and if the course is comparable to a course offered by                        before the end of the next regular semester. In the event that
ENMU-Roswell, a student may wish to take a validation examination.                          an instructor no longer teaches at ENMU-Roswell or the
Guidelines for validation examinations are outlined above.                                  instructor cannot be reached, the student should contact the
                                                                                            appropriate Dean for further assistance.
service members opportunity Colleges                                                    6. Students failing to complete an “I” before the end of the
ENMU-Roswell complies with and supports the principles and criteria                         next	regular	semester	will	receive	a	grade	of	“F”.	
of the Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges (SOC). This program
                                                                                “N” – No grade reported by instructor.
allows service personnel to complete study interrupted by military
obligations.                                                                   “W” – Withdrawal. “W” indicates formal withdrawal from class prior
                                                                                     to the withdrawal deadline for each semester.
 INtERNatIoNal stUDENts                                                          “S” – Satisfactory. “S” indicates satisfactory completion of a short-term
International students on a non-immigrant visa may be considered for                   workshop or other unique course designated for “S-U” grading.
admission as undergraduate students on a full-time basis. Non-citizens
must have an equivalent educational background to that required for             “U” – Unsatisfactory. “U” indicates unsatisfactory work in a short-term
United States citizens.                                                               workshop or other unique course designated for “S-U” grading.

Only certified copies of transcripts, state, or national exams should          “NC” – Audit. “NC” indicates that students are taking the course for no
be	 presented.	 TOEFL	 (Test	 of	 English	 as	 a	 Foreign	 Language)	 and	            credit.
ACT (American College Tests) scores are sent to the University by the          At the end of each semester, students receive a grade report that lists
testing agencies.                                                              courses taken, grades received, the grade point average (GPA) for that
Proof of English proficiency and a certified statement of ability to meet      semester and a cumulative GPA. Only those courses with grades “A,” “B,”
financial responsibilities while enrolled are required.                        “C,”	 “D,”	 or	 “F”	 are	 included	 in	 the	 calculation	 of	 the	 GPA.	 Grades	 of	
                                                                               “AU,” “I,” “N,” “S,” “U,” and “W” are excluded from the calculations, but
Tuition and fees must be paid at the time of each registration. Health and     are included on the grade report.
accident insurance is mandatory for all international students.
                                                                               Changing grades
All documents pertaining to undergraduate admission should be sent to
                                                                               Once grades are on record in the Admissions and Records Office, they
the Admissions and Records Office.
                                                                               may be changed only if a written request, on a valid grade change form,
                                                                               justifying such a change is submitted by the instructor and approved by
 gENERal REgUlatIoNs                                                           the appropriate Dean, Academic Standards Committee, and the Provost
 aND PolICIEs                                                                  for Academic & Student Affairs.
                                                                               Students wishing to appeal a grade already on record must petition the
gRaDINg sYstEM                                                                 instructor.	Further	appeal	may	be	made	to	the	appropriate	Dean	and	the	
The following are letter grades given and their equivalents in grade points:   Provost for Academic & Student Affairs.
	 “A”	–	 Four	grade	points	per	credit	hour.	“A”	grade	indicates	exceedingly	   Grade change requests will not be considered after a period of one year
         high achievement.                                                     from the posting of grades on the transcript.

  “B” – Three grade points per credit hour. “B” grade indicates above          Repeating Courses
        average achievement.                                                   A course may be repeated once to improve a grade. The last of the two
 “C” – Two grade points per credit hour. “C” grade indicates satisfactory      grades will be included in the student’s semester and cumulative grade
       achievement.                                                            point averages. If for any reason the student wishes to repeat a course for
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a second time, the student must obtain an official “Application to Repeat a       apply for readmission. Upon a third academic suspension, students may not
Course” form and take it to the appropriate Dean for approval. The student        reenroll at ENMU for a period of five years. At the end of the stipulated
must present the signed form to the Office of Admissions and Records. The         time, students may reapply for admission through the Academic Standards
following restrictions apply:                                                     Committee. Readmission in any of these instances is not automatic.
  1. Students may repeat an ENMU course (Portales, Ruidoso, or Roswell)           Students suspended from any ENMU Campus are suspended from
     at any ENMU Campus where an equivalent course exists. It is the              the University. Suspended students must apply for readmission to
     student’s responsibility to inform the Registrar’s Office at the campus      the University, regardless of the campus of enrollment, and must
     where the course was originally taken that the course has been               submit	 a	 “Petition	 for	 Readmission	 Form”	 to	 the	 Academic	 Standards	
     repeated.                                                                    Committee. The Academic Standards Committee will set appropriate
  2. When a student repeats a course more than once, all grades will              stipulations. Students readmitted after suspension will be placed on
     show on the transcript. The last grade earned will be counted in             a suspension waiver with specified conditions for enrollment. These
     the semester and in the student’s cumulative grade point average             conditions may include a required minimum semester GPA, repeat of
     (GPA) regardless of whether it is higher or lower than the previous          certain courses, or other appropriate requirements.
     grade.
  3. A student may request to repeat the equivalent course at a non-              Failure to meet the conditions of the Suspension Waiver may result
     ENMU	 Campus	 by	 submitting	 the	 “Repeat	 of	 Course	 Form”	 to	           in disenrollment, further suspension or denial of readmission to the
     the Registrar after securing prior approval from the appropriate             University.
     Dean. If the Request is approved, the grade for the transfer repeat
     course from a non-ENMU Campus will be recorded on the ENMU                   transfer students Probation and suspension
     transcript as a transfer course and the grade from the ENMU                  If students on probation from another university wish to enroll at ENMU-
     course will be excluded from the student’s grade point average.              Roswell, their first semester of attendance will be a probationary semester.
     If a student has already taken an ENMU course twice, the course              Students may be suspended at the end of that semester if they fail to obtain
     may NOT be repeated to raise the grade.                                      a 2.0 semester grade point average.
  4. Students may also repeat a non-ENMU equivalent course (transfer              If students on suspension from another institution wish to enroll in courses at
     course) at the Roswell campus by submitting the “Repeat of                   ENMU-Roswell, they may appeal to the Academic Standards Committee for
     Course	 Form”	 to	 the	 Registrar	 after	 securing	 prior	 approval	 from	   an admission waiver. They should be warned, however, that credits earned
     the appropriate Dean. If the Request is approved, the grade for              during suspension periods may not be accepted by receiving institutions.
     the transfer repeated course from the non-ENMU Campus will
     be excluded from the transfer GPA and the ENMU course will be                auditing
     included in the student’s grade point average. If the course has             Students may audit classes by indicating NC (noncredit) on the registration
     already been taken twice at the non-ENMU institution, the course             form. Students may change the registration to credit during the drop/add
     may NOT be repeated to raise the grade.                                      period provided that all requirements for regular admission are met. It is also
  5. In any of the above circumstances, both course enrollments and               possible for students to register for credit and change to audit during the
     both grades will still appear on the transcript, but only the last grade     drop/add period. Courses taken for noncredit will appear on the student’s
     earned will be used to calculate the cumulative grade point average          transcript as “NC” with no credits recorded and no grades assigned.
     (GPA). Where there is a difference of credit hours or course number          Fees	for	auditing	classes	are	the	same	as	for	taking	classes	for	credit.	
     level, the value of the repeat course will be used for the purpose of
     calculating cumulative GPA and in determining the satisfaction of             ClEMENCY PolICY
     degree requirements.                                                         The ENMU-Roswell academic clemency policy allows qualified students to
  6. A grade of “I”, “NC”, or “W” for a repeat course does not replace            redeem their academic record.
     a previous grade and the original grade will remain in the student’s
     cumulative GPA.                                                              Philosophy
                                                                                  Students who have attempted college work previously and were not
Probation and suspension                                                          successful in their effort and now wish to resume their college careers but
Students are suspended after one probationary semester. Students are              are held back by poor academic records, may, through the application of
readmitted after an absence of one semester (excluding interim and                academic clemency, exclude from current work the poor academic record
summer sessions).                                                                 under certain conditions.
Students will be placed on probation or suspension based on the following
table:                                                                            Criteria
                                                                                  To be considered for the academic clemency program, a student must
Credits for which            Probation           Suspension                       have last attended ENMU-Roswell five or more years ago, be readmitted
grades were earned                                                                through normal channels, and complete at least 12 hours after returning
    0 - 16                   Below 2.0           Below 2.0 after one              with a Grade Point Average (GPA) of at least 2.0 on those hours.
    17 or more               Below 2.0           semester on probation
                                                                                  Procedure
Continuing students on academic probation may enroll only during                  Students who meet these criteria may apply for clemency in the Admissions
regular registration periods, once grades have been posted for the current        and Records Office. No courses taken prior to the student’s return will be
semester.                                                                         counted in the ENMU-Roswell GPA. Courses with a grade of “D” or better
                                                                                  will be carried forward as earned credit only and can be used to meet
Academic suspension will be immediately preceded by one semester                  degree requirements. Note:
of academic probation. Students suspended for the first time will not be
allowed to apply for readmission to ENMU until after one academic                     1. This policy pertains to the calculation of the GPA for progress
semester (fall or spring) has elapsed. A second academic suspension will                 toward degree completion and does not pertain to GPA calculated
result in a suspension of two academic semesters before a student may                    for professional certification and/or licensing.
                                                                                      2. Students can avail themselves of this policy only once, and it is not
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       reversible. Grades earned before clemency remain on the student’s                     attended. (Any high school, GED, or college transcripts must
       record, and a statement at the time of clemency will explain the                      be sent directly to ENMU-Roswell from the school previously
       action taken.                                                                         attended. Transcripts should be sent to: Eastern New Mexico
    3. The student who has already graduated may not apply for                               University-Roswell, ATTN: Admissions, P.O. Box 6000, Roswell,
       clemency.                                                                             NM 88202).

  NUMBERINg oF CoURsEs                                                                Please note the following:
                                                                                      	      A
                                                                                           •		 ll	credit	awarded	for	certification	is	dependent	upon	approval	by	
Courses at ENMU-Roswell are numbered according to the classification
                                                                                             program faculty and Assistant Vice President for CTE.
of freshman or sophomore. Acceptance as transfer credit at another
                                                                                      	      A
                                                                                           •		 ll	 entering	 students	 are	 required	 to	 take	 the	 University	 Skills	
institution is at the discretion of the receiving institution. Courses
                                                                                             Placement Test (ACCUPLACER) in English, math, and reading.
numbered from 100 through 199 are primarily for freshmen; 200
                                                                                             Students may be exempt from portions or all of Placement Test
through 299, for sophomores. Students should select courses
                                                                                             with equivalent transfer credit and/or ACT scores of 19 or higher
according to their classification but may take courses one bracket
                                                                                             in each of the tested areas. Copies of qualifying ACT scores may
above classification, i.e., freshmen may take 100 and 200 numbered
                                                                                             be sent to the above-listed address. Please refer to ENMU-Roswell
courses; sophomores, 200 and 300; etc. Permission to do otherwise
                                                                                             Catalog, page 9, for further instruction on taking the ACCUPLACER
must be secured from the Provost for Academic & Student Affairs.
                                                                                             test. Please refer to ENMU-Roswell Catalog, page 9, for further
Courses numbered from 100 through 299 are termed lower-division
                                                                                             information about exemptions from the University Placement Test.
hours. Courses from 300 through 499 are termed upper-division hours
and are normally taught in Roswell only on an extended degree or                      If you have further questions about receiving college credit for your
instructional television basis through ENMU-Portales.                                 professional technical certifications, please call the Career & Technical
                                                                                      Education Division at (575) 624-7337 or refer to the CTE pages on the
  CREDIt HoURs aND CoURsE loaD                                                        ENMU-Roswell Web site, www.roswell.enmu.edu, for specific program
All courses are recorded in terms of academic credit hours. Generally,                contacts.
one credit hour of instruction is equivalent to one 50-minute class period
per week for 16 weeks. Courses that include laboratory work specify the                attENDaNCE PolICIEs
number	 of	 lab	 hours	 that	 are	 required	 weekly.	 For	 self‑paced	 courses	 or	   academic Programs
those that involve field experiences, credit hour value is not determined by          Students are expected to attend all course sessions and to complete all
the number of class meetings.                                                         course work and arrange to make up work as specified in the course
                                                                                      syllabus. When circumstances make attendance impossible, such absences
Full-time students
                                                                                      should be reported to the instructor as soon as possible. The attendance
Students who register for 12 or more credit hours per semester are considered
                                                                                      policies for all programs will be included in the course syllabi.
to be full-time students. The normal semester load for full-time students is 12 to
18 credit hours; however, some programs require more.                                 state and Federal Regulations
                                                                                      Veteran Administration regulations require that all faculty track student
Part-time students
                                                                                      attendance. Students who stop attending class without following the proper
Students who register for fewer than 12 credit hours per semester are
                                                                                      withdrawal process and students who withdraw before the end of the
considered to be part-time students.
                                                                                      semester may be required to return a portion of their Veteran’s benefits.
Classification of students
                                                                                       aDDINg aND DRoPPINg CoURsEs
Students who have earned fewer than 29 credit hours of satisfactory
                                                                                      Students may add and/or drop courses only during the period of time
academic work are classified as freshmen. Those who have accumulated
                                                                                      specified in the University Calendar. Students cannot enroll or add courses
30 or more credit hours are classified as sophomores.
                                                                                      after the late registration deadline has passed.
student load
                                                                                      Canceled Courses
A full-time course load is 12 through 18 credit hours during a regular
                                                                                      ENMU-Roswell reserves the right to cancel any classes that do not attain the
semester, and 6 through 12 during an eight week summer session. Students
                                                                                      minimum enrollment requirements. Students will be notified by telephone,
exceeding 18 hours in a regular semester or 12 hours in a summer session
                                                                                      e-mail, or written notification that the class has been canceled. A notice
require approval by the appropriate Vice President for Student Affairs.
                                                                                      will be posted on the WEB CT server, the ENMU-Roswell WEB homepage
                                                                                      and on the classroom door. The student will automatically receive a 100%
Industry Credentials in CtE Programs
                                                                                      refund for all tuition and fees associated with the canceled course(s).
The Career & Technical Education (CTE) Division’s programs are designed
for students who want to pursue high tech, high wage careers. The CTE                 Course withdrawal
Division offers a variety of associate degree and certificate programs. Any           Students may withdraw from a course between the last day to
student with nationally recognized industry credentials, such as an ASE               register and the date established in the University Calendar as the
Certification	(automotive	technicians),	Network+	Certification	(electronics	          last date for withdrawal from the University. Course withdrawal for
technicians), AWS-SENSE Certification (welding technicians, or A&P                    nonattendance may be initiated by instructors with approval from the
License (aviation maintenance technicians), may be awarded college                    Provost for Academic & Student Affairs.
credit hours toward an associate’s degree in their major. Please submit the
following documents for review if seeking credit for certification:                   University withdrawal
	    •	Application	for	Admission	 (apply online at www.roswell.enmu.edu)              Students may completely withdraw from the University at any time
	    •	Notarized	copy	of	certification(s)	(front	and	back	if	applicable)              before the date established in the University Calendar as the last day
	    •		 fficial	 high	 school	 transcript	 from	 an	 accredited	 institution	
       O                                                                              to withdraw from the University.
      OR satisfactory GED test scores AND official transcripts from all               Students who are forced by emergency circumstances to leave the
      previous colleges, universities, and technical-vocational schools               University without officially withdrawing should notify the Advising
                                                                                                2011 - 2013 Catalog •                                       13
and Retention Center in writing and request an administrative                              by the transferring institution.
withdrawal.                                                                            4. CLEP and Advanced Placement credit may be received if a “Passing”
                                                                                           grade has been recorded.
When an officially enrolled student decides to cease attending any or all
                                                                                       5. CLEP and Advanced Placement credit will not be awarded if students
courses, the student is responsible for initiating withdrawal action through
                                                                                           have received college credit for the same course or its equivalent.
the Advising and Retention Center. Merely discontinuing class attendance
                                                                                       6. Students with 59 or fewer credit hours may take CLEP and/or
does not constitute a drop or a withdrawal. To complete this process, the
                                                                                           Advanced Placement exams for credit.
student	must	obtain	a	Withdrawal	Form	from	the	Advising	and	Retention	
                                                                                       7. CLEP and Advanced Placement credit will be awarded to students
Center, complete the form, obtain the required signatures, and return the
                                                                                           who have successfully completed one semester on an ENMU
completed form to the Office of Admissions and Records. The Advising and
                                                                                           Campus.
Retention Center staff will direct the student to the appropriate offices to
                                                                                     Challenge Examinations in academic Programs
request the clearance. In the event that the student has not been cleared
                                                                                     Regularly enrolled students at ENMU-Roswell have the option of passing
from a particular area, it is the student’s responsibility to obtain the required
                                                                                     a course in their degree plan by challenge examination without class
signature before completing the process.
                                                                                     attendance. A challenge examination may take the form of tests, projects,
Students should complete the withdrawal process in person. However, if               writing assignments, and other measures of course competency. A student
the student is unable to appear, he/she may submit a written request to              who is already enrolled in a course will not be eligible to challenge the
the Advising and Retention Center. Signed Fax requests will be processed             course if the semester is in progress. To arrange a challenge examination
as written requests. Please fax you request to: (575)624-7440. Such                  for credit, the student must obtain and complete the following:
withdrawals will be effective as of the date the letter is postmarked.                 1. The Challenge Examination for Credit Request form from Admissions and
Telephone requests for withdrawal will not be accepted, and a third party,                 Records confirming that the student has a cumulative GPA of 2.0.
other than a designated official of the University, may not request a student’s        2. Agreement of the program faculty member to administer the
withdrawal without the expressed, written authorization of the student.                    examination or in some cases send the examination to the Testing
                                                                                           Center to be proctored by one of the staff in that area.
 CREDIt BY EXaMINatIoN                                                                 3. Signatures on the form include: (1) student, (2) Registrar’s Office,
The maximum amount of credit from a combination of special credit                          (3) faculty member and (4) Division Dean.
(CLEP, Advanced Placement (AP), Challenge, or Military Service Credit)                 4. Proof of payment from the Business Office noted on the Request for
which may be applied to an associate degree is 32 credit hours. Any                        Challenge Examination form; the $70.00 fee is nonrefundable.
credit earned through CLEP and Advanced Placements must be mutually
exclusive.	 For	 example,	 students	 cannot	 earn	 three	 (3)	 hours	 of	 English	   Due to program accreditation guidelines, students may not challenge
credit through Advanced Placement and another three (3) hours of credit              courses in certain career-technical/health programs.
for English through CLEP.                                                            Once the student has obtained the appropriate signatures and paid the
                                                                                     nonrefundable fee, return the form to the Office of Admissions and Records.
aCt Credit Examination Program                                                       The Admissions and Records Office will send a copy of the form to the
 1. ENMU-Roswell will give up to 9 hours of credit for ACT examination               faculty member who has signed off on the form.
    scores as follows:
       Course        Score        Credit Applied           To                        After taking the examination, if the student receives a grade of C or higher,
       English       31           3 hours                  ENG 102                   the course will appear on the transcript with the grade that the student has
       Math          31           6 hours                  MATH 107                  earned and be counted in the student grade point average for that semester.
                                                           and 113                   If the student receives a grade lower than a C, no entry will be made on the
 2. Credit is given to beginning or transfer freshmen who take the ACT               transcript and the student will have the option of registering for the course
    examination	BEFORE	the	first	registration	at	ENMU‑Roswell.	High	school	          at the current tuition rate.
    students participating in the early admission program must have taken
    the examination before the first full-time registration. Credit is awarded       Challenge Examination for advanced Placement
    only after successful completion of 12 or more credit hours at ENMU-             Regularly enrolled students at ENMU-Roswell are encouraged to take
    Roswell.                                                                         placement examinations for accurate placement in foreign language
 3. Any credit earned through CLEP, AP, and ACT must be mutually                     courses. The student must arrange with the instructor to take the placement
    exclusive. A student cannot earn three hours of English credit through           examination prior to the regular semester.
    ACT and another three hours of credit for English through CLEP or AP,
    for example. The total number of credits accepted from any combination           substitution for University studies 101 or 102
    of CLEP general and ACT cannot exceed 30 credit hours.                           University Studies 101 is required for graduation from all associate
 4. Contact the Admissions and Records Office for further details.                   degrees and certificate programs with general education components
                                                                                     (most Certificates of Completion and Certificates of Occupational
College level Examination Program (ClEP)                                             Training). However, if a student: (1) is graduating from a health
and advanced Placement                                                               program, UNIV 102 may be substituted; (2) has ACT scores over 24
ENMU-Roswell participates in the College Level Examination Program of                or 30 hours of college transfer credit and a GPA of 3.0, a philosophy
the College Entrance Examination Board and the Advanced Placement                    course may be substituted; or (3) has a minimum of an associate
Program under the following provisions:                                              degree, an existing New Mexico General Education Common Core
  1. Credit may be established on CLEP and Advanced Placement                        course may be substituted.
     examinations for scores at the 50th percentile on CLEP examinations
     and at level 3 and above for Advanced Placement examinations.                   Directed studies Courses
  2. CLEP and Advanced Placement examinations will be considered                     Directed Studies courses allow the student: (1) to investigate in depth
     individually, and credit will be assigned to specific courses.                  some subject matter that is not covered in the courses regularly
  3. ENMU-Roswell will accept transfer CLEP and Advanced Placement                   offered by ENMU-Roswell or (2) to take a course in the catalog that
     subject credit without consideration of the percentile or score accepted        has not been offered in the regular spring or fall semesters. To arrange
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a directed study course, the student must obtain and complete the               the degree is conferred within 5 years of the date of the Catalog; (3)
following:                                                                      all program specific courses are governed by one Catalog; and (4) the
  1. Signed Directed Study Request form from Admissions and Records             University can reasonably continue to offer the course of study.
     showing that the student has a GPA of at least 3.0 in the area of
                                                                                The individual Division Areas reserve the right to require students to repeat or
     study and has a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0.
                                                                                prove their competence in the content of course work considered outdated
  2. Agreement of a full-time faculty member to be his or her mentor/
                                                                                by passing a challenge examination. Specific information on this process
     sponsor for the course. The mentor/sponsor works with the student
                                                                                is outlined in the “Challenge Examinations in Academic Programs” section
     during the academic year and administers the examination during the
                                                                                located on Page 14 of this catalog.
     scheduled examination period at the end of the semester.
  3. Syllabus describing the work to be undertaken, meeting schedule, and       A degree/certificate will not be issued, nor will a record of completion of
     assignments with deadlines. Assignments must, as a minimum, require        a degree/certificate program be posted to students’ academic records,
     30 hours of work per credit hour in the form of a substantial research     unless they have applied for graduation and have successfully completed the
     paper, study, or project.                                                  requirements for graduation.
  4. Signatures of the: (1) Registrar, (2) student, (3) faculty member,         NOTE: Because of the ongoing changes in accreditation and educational
     (4) Dean, and (5) Provost for Academic & Student Affairs.                  requirements in many health fields, this catalog applies to all students,
Once the Provost for Academic & Student Affairs has returned the                entering or reentering Division of Health programs or classes during the
completed copy to the appropriate Dean, the course is entered into the          current academic school year.
system and the student can register for the course. When the course is          Course Residency Requirement
completed, the faculty member assigns the grade. A copy of the student’s        Students must have completed a minimum of 12 credit hours of ENMU-
work is retained in the division office. The course appears on the transcript   Roswell Campus courses to receive an associate degree. Students must
under the subject designation and the number 291.                               have completed a minimum of 9 credit hours of ENMU-Roswell campus
 gENERal EDUCatIoN PHIlosoPHY statEMENt                                         courses to receive a Certificate of Completion. Students must complete a
                                                                                minimum of 6 credit hours of ENMU-Roswell campus courses to receive
The General Education curriculum of Eastern New Mexico University-              a Certificate of Occupational Training. Students must have completed a
Roswell is designed to:                                                         minimum of 3 credit hours of ENMU-Roswell campus courses to receive a
 •	 prepare graduates for a lifetime of learning and responsible                Certificate of Employability.
    citizenship;
 •	 provide for the study of a broad and interrelated spectrum of subjects        CERtIFICatE oF CoMPlEtIoN
    beyond the student’s chosen field; and                                      These are programs of at least two years but less than four years that lead
 •	 help students develop analytical and communication skills together          to direct employment. The Board of Regents certifies these certificates.
    with a sense of social, ethical, and cultural values applicable to life.      CERtIFICatE oF oCCUPatIoNal tRaININg
 DEgREE REQUIREMENts                                                            These are programs of at least one year but less than two years that lead
academic Information                                                            to direct employment. The Board of Regents certifies these certificates.
ENMU-Roswell offers instruction in academic programs leading to an               CERtIFICatE oF EMPloYaBIlItY
associate degree or a certificate. Each program includes a list of required     These are programs of less than one year that lead to direct employment.
courses and a recommended semester sequence (or “degree plan”)                  The Board of Regents certifies these certificates.
for taking the courses. To provide flexibility in meeting student needs,
                                                                                 assoCIatE oF aRts
substitutions may be made for courses listed as requirements. Students
must obtain approval for course substitutions from the appropriate program      Students may earn an Associate of Arts Degree at ENMU-Roswell
Dean, and Provost for Academic & Student Affairs.                               by completing programs as specified under the program headings:
                                                                                Business Administration, Child Development, Criminal Justice, Human
While advisors and counselors assist students in planning their programs        Services, Teacher Transfer, and University Studies. The first two of these
and scheduling courses, students are fully responsible for meeting the          programs are generally regarded as degrees denoting occupational
requirements of their academic or occupational programs. They should            competence, and other college and universities accept transfer work
become familiar with the information contained in the college catalog,          only at their discretion.
especially those policies which may affect their academic progress and
                                                                                Maximum transferability can be assured when students carefully coordinate
eligibility for graduation or transfer. Students who are in doubt about
                                                                                their associate of arts degree course work with the general education
the meaning of any regulations should seek immediate clarification from
                                                                                requirements of the four-year institution to which they plan to transfer.
the appropriate college office. Please note that students are ultimately
responsible for their decisions. In addition to the college catalog, other      Students in the University Studies Associate of Arts Degree program
documents concerning ENMU-Roswell’s rules and regulations are available         may develop a degree program which allows them extensive courses
to students upon request.                                                       in various fields, or they may plan concentrations in certain disciplines
                                                                                such as the arts, humanities, social sciences, behavioral sciences,
Catalog of Record
                                                                                mathematics, or science.
This Catalog is a guide to the academic regulations and curricula
of Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell. Each student is solely                The associate of arts degree requires a minimum of 64 credit hours, at least
responsible for complying with all the regulations of the University and        20 of which must be in courses at the 200 (sophomore) level. A cumulative
of the program he/she selects.                                                  GPA of at least 2.0 is required.
Students may graduate under the curricular requirements established             Students are responsible for knowing the rules and regulations concerning
in the Catalog either for the year in which they were first enrolled at any     graduation requirements and for registering in required courses.
ENMU Campus or for a subsequent year of enrollment according to the
following provisions: (1) students must have been enrolled at ENMU-              assoCIatE oF sCIENCE
Roswell during the academic year covered by the Catalog selected; (2)           Students majoring in Nursing, Child Development, Emergency Medical
                                                                                            2011 - 2013 Catalog •                                          15
Services, Medical Assisting, Occupational Therapy Assistant, Radiographic        to any other New Mexico public college or university, and apply toward
Tehnology, Respiratory Therapy, and Professional Pilot Training earn             associate and baccalaureate degree program requirements. Students
the Associate of Science Degree. Those degree requirements are listed            should consult advisors at their current institutions regarding which specific
under the appropriate divisions. A cumulative GPA of 2.0 is required for         courses fit these categories. Students preparing for careers in engineering,
graduation.                                                                      health sciences, or other profession-related fields are advised that some of
                                                                                 this course work may not transfer toward general education requirements
  assoCIatE oF aPPlIED sCIENCE                                                   but in most cases will apply toward elective requirements.
Students may earn an Associate of Applied Science Degree at
ENMU-Roswell by completing programs as specified under the                       Area I Communications                       select 9 semester hours
program headings. Students contemplating earning this degree                     (a) College-Level English Composition                      3 – 4 hrs
should keep in mind that it is generally regarded as a degree denoting           (b) College-Level Writing                                      3 hrs
occupational competence and that other colleges and universities                     (a second course building on the above)
accept transfer work only at their discretion. A cumulative GPA of 2.0           (c) Oral Communication                                         3 hrs
is required for graduation.
                                                                                 Area II: Mathematics                               select 3 semester hours
                                                                                 (a) College Algebra                                                   3 hrs
 tRaNsFER aMoNg NEw MEXICo                                                       (b) Calculus                                                          3 hrs
 HIgHER EDUCatIoN INstItUtIoNs                                                   (c) Other College-Level Mathematics                                   3 hrs

To facilitate transfer of students and course credits among New Mexico’s         Area III: Laboratory Science                       select 8 semester hours
colleges and universities, the state’s public institutions of higher education   (a) General Biology, with laboratory                              4 – 8 hrs
are required to accept in transfer courses taken within approved modules         (b) General Chemistry, with laboratory                            4 – 8 hrs
of lower-division course work and apply them toward degree requirements.         (c) General Physics, with laboratory                              4 – 8 hrs
Several transfer guides have been developed through collaboration of New         (d) Geology/Earth Science, with laboratory                        4 – 8 hrs
Mexico’s public postsecondary institutions, consistent with requirements of      (e) Astronomy, with laboratory                                    4 – 8 hrs
state law (21-1B, NMSA 1978). Students enrolling for first-year or second-
year study at a New Mexico institution and wishing to prepare for possible       Area IV: Social/Behavioral Sciences     select 6–9 semester hours
transfer into a degree program at another institution are advised to take        (a) Economics (macroeconomics or microeconomics)             3 hrs
these courses during their freshman and sophomore years.                         (b) Introductory Political Science                           3 hrs
                                                                                 (c) Introductory Psychology                                  3 hrs
New Mexico Common Course Numbering system (NMCCNs)                               (d) Introductory Sociology                                   3 hrs
New Mexico colleges and universities have devised a Common Course                (e) Introductory Anthropology                                3 hrs
Numbering System to assist New Mexico students who are transferring
between institutions within the state. The NMCCNS uses four letters              Area V: Humanities and Fine Arts             select 6–9 semester hours
and four digits. The letters indicate the subject area. The first of the four    (a) Introductory History Survey                                   3 hrs
digits indicate whether the course is freshman (1) or sophomore (2). The         (b) Introductory Philosophy                                       3 hrs
middle two digits act as one number and indicate the sequence of the             (c) Introductory Course in History, Theory, or                    3 hrs
course. The last digit represents the number of credit hours assigned to             Aesthetics of the Arts or Literature
the course, typically 3 or 4. All transferable courses have a New Mexico         Total to be selected                                 35 semester hours
course number in parenthesis following the ENMU-Roswell course number
in the New Mexico General Education Common Core and the course                   lower-Division 64-hour transfer Modules
descriptions. The courses with the NMCCNS designation share similar              Students who have selected a field of study but have not yet selected
course content and are directly transferable.                                    the college or university where they wish to earn their baccalaureate
                                                                                 degree are advised to take courses during their freshman and sophomore
student Responsibility                                                           years	outlined	in	one	of	the	Lower‑Division	64‑hour	Transfer	Modules.	For	
The New Mexico General Education Common Core (Core) is designed                  students enrolled at any public institution in New Mexico, these courses
to include as many course options as possible. While all courses with            are guaranteed to transfer to any New Mexico university and apply
NMCCNS will transfer, the degree plans of: (1) ENMU-Roswell and (2)              toward bachelor’s degree program requirements. Students should consult
their selected four-year transfer institution may restrict the courses           advisors at their current institutions regarding which specific classes fit these
that may be used to fulfill Core requirements. Courses in the Core with          categories. Lower-division transfer modules presently exist for:
NMCCNS designations, but not in the degree plans, would transfer as              	    •	 Business	                            •	 Biological	Sciences
electives. Courses in the Core without NMCCNS designation may not                	    •	 Criminal	Justice	                    •	 Early	Childhood	Education
transfer. We encourage students to develop a degree plan with an                 	    •	 Engineering	                         •	 Physical	Sciences
advisor during the first semester. Planning for effective transfer with          	    •	 Social	&	Behavioral	Sciences		 •	 Teacher	Education
maximum efficiency is ultimately the student’s responsibility. Respon-           	    •	 Social	Work
sible transfer planning includes early and regular consultation with             Modules for additional areas of study are being developed. Copies
the intended degree-granting institution to assure that all pre-transfer         of these Transfer Modules may be obtained from the Advising and
coursework will meet the requirements of the desired degree.                     Retention	 Center.	 Call	 (575)	 624‑7163	 for	 more	 information.	 For	
transferable lower-Division general Education Common Core                        Transfer Modules in Braille or audio format, contact the Special
Students enrolling for first-year study who have not yet selected either an      Services	 department	 at	 (575)	 624‑7286.	 For	 more	 information,	 go	 to	
academic focus or the institution where they wish to graduate are advised        the New Mexico Higher Education Department’s Web site: http://
to take courses during their freshman year outlined in the Lower Division        www.hed.state.nm.us/colleges/modules.asp.
General	 Education	 Common	 Core.	 For	 students	 enrolled	 at	 any	 public	
institution in New Mexico, the following courses are guaranteed to transfer
16 •                      ENMU-RoswEll
Complaint Procedure                                                                                              CHEM	        152	+	Lab	(CHEM	1224)	‑	General	Chemistry	II
An applicant who wishes to appeal the transfer evaluation should follow                                          GEOL	        113	+	Lab	(ENVS	1114)	‑	The	Geological	Environment
the steps outlined below:                                                                                        GEOL	        151	+	Lab	(GEOL	1114)	‑	Physical	Geology
    F
1.	 	 ile	a	written	appeal	with	the	Admissions	and	Records	Office,	provid-                                       GEOL	        152	+	Lab	(GEOL	1214)	‑	Historical	Geology
    ing information regarding the course(s) being appealed. A course                                             PHYS	        151	+	Lab	(PHYS	1114)	‑	General	Physics	I
    description, syllabus of the course at the time it was taken, and/or                                         PHYS	        152	+	Lab	(PHYS	1124)	‑	General	Physics	II
    other documentation about the content of the course being appealed                                           PHYS	        201	+	Lab	(PHYS	1214)	‑	Physics	I
    should be attached.                                                                                          PHYS	        202	+	Lab	(PHYS	1224)	‑	Physics	II	
2. Within 30 days of the written appeal, the file will be reviewed and the                                       PHYS	        141	+	Lab	(ASTR	1114)	‑	Astronomy
    student will be contacted in writing. If the appeal is denied, the letter
    will explain reason for the denial.
3. If the student is denied and wishes to continue the appeal, the student                                       Students must choose 15 hours from Area IV and V (a and b)
    must indicate this in writing to the Vice President for Student Affairs. The
    second appeal must be submitted within 30 days of the first appeal                                           IV. Social and Behavioral Sciences .................... 6-9 semester hours
    decision letter.                                                                                             Select at least two courses from different subject areas
4. Within 30 days of the second appeal letter, the file will be reviewed                                         ANTH       105 (ANTH 1113) - Introductory Anthropology ........................ 3
    and the student will be contacted in writing.                                                                ANTH       243 (ANTH 2113) - Cultural Anthropology ............................... 3
5. If the student is denied and wishes to continue the appeal, the student                                       ECON 200 - Survey of Economics ........................................................ 3
    may appeal directly to the New Mexico Higher Education Department.                                           ECON 221 (ECON 2113) - Principles of Macro Economics ............... 3
                                                                                                                 ECON 222 (ECON 2123) - Principles of Micro Economics ................ 3
  the New Mexico general Education Common Core (Core)                                                            PSCI       101 (POLS 1113) - Introduction to Political Science ................. 3
I. Communication ......................................................9 semester hours                          PSCI       102 (POLS 1123) - American National Government ............... 3
ENG       102 (ENGL 1113) - English Composition ................................... 3                            PSCI       103 (POLS 1213) - State and Local Government ..................... 3
Select one course (see degree plan) ........................................................... 3                PSY        101 (PSYC 1113) - Introductory Psychology .............................. 3
ENG       104 (ENGL 1123) - English Composition & Research                                                       SOC        101 (SOCI 1113) - Introductory Sociology................................ 3
ENG       233 (ENGL 2113) - Technical Writing                                                                    SOC        212 (SOCI 2113) - Contemporary Social Issues ..................... 3
Select one course (see degree plan) ........................................................... 3                SOC	       215	(SOCI	2213)	‑	Marriage	and	the	Family	 ......................... 3
COMM 101 (COMM 1213) - Interpersonal Communication
COMM 102 (COMM 1113) - Public Speaking                                                                           Va. Humanities................................................... 3 - 6 semester hours
COMM 202 - Dynamics of Group Behavior .......................................... 3                               Select one course or two courses from different subject areas:
II. Mathematics .....................................................6-7 semester hours                          HIST      101 (HIST 1113) - Survey of American History to 1877 ......... 3
MATH 119 (MATH 1113) - College Algebra ........................................ 3                                HIST      102 (HIST 1123) - Survey of American History since 1877 ... 3
MATH 124 (MATH 1614) - Calculus I ................................................... 4                          HIST      121 (HIST 1053) - Survey of Western Civilization I ................. 3
MATH 132 (MATH 1624) - Calculus II .................................................. 4                          HIST      122 (HIST 1063) - Survey of Western Civilization II ............... 3
               (pending HED approval)                                                                            HIST      203 (HIST 2113) - History of New Mexico............................... 3
MATH           202 (MATH 2614) - Calculus III ................................................. 4                HUM       221 - Introduction to World Humanities ..................................... 3
               (pending HED approval)                                                                            HUM       222 - Introduction to Modern World Humanities ..................... 3
MATH           107 - Intermediate Algebra ......................................................... 3            PHIL      121 (PHIL 1113) - Introductory Philosophy ................................. 3
*MATH          113 - Mathematical Discovery ................................................... 3                PHIL      131 (PHIL 1213) - Logic and Critical Thinking ........................... 3
MATH           120 (MATH 1213) - Plane Trigonometry ................................... 3                        PHIL      211 (PHIL 2113) - Ethics ............................................................... 3
MATH           261 - Mathematical Concepts I ................................................. 3                 REL       107 (RELI 1113) - World Religion ............................................... 3
               (pending HED approval)                                                                            REL       141 (RELI 1223) - Western Religion ........................................... 3
STAT           213 (MATH 2313) - Statistical Methods ................................... 4                       REL       151 (RELI 1213) - Eastern Religion ............................................. 3
STAT           215 (MATH 2414) - Applied Statistics ...................................... 4                     ENG       211 (ENGL 2213) - Introduction to Literature ............................ 3
               (pending HED approval)                                                                            ENG       215 (ENGL 2313) - Poetry .......................................................... 3
* Note: MATH 113 meets the general education requirements for many                                               ENG       216 (ENGL 2323) - Novel ......................................................... 3
  liberal arts bachelor degrees, but not for all. Students should consult with                                   ENG       217 (ENGL 2343) - Short Story ...................................................
  the degree requirements at the institution to which they intend to transfer                                    ENG       221 (ENGL 2413) - Survey of British Literature I ...................... 3
  before enrolling in MATH 113.                                                                                  ENG       222 (ENGL 2423) - Survey of British Literature II ..................... 3
                                                                                                                 ENG       251 (ENGL 2513) - Survey of American Literature I ................ 3
III. Laboratory Sciences .......................................... 8 semester hours                             ENG       252 (ENGL 2523) - Survey of American Literature II ............... 3
Select one course .......................................................................................... 4   ENG       270 (ENGL 2653) - Survey of Twentieth Century Literature                                 3
BIOL	     110	+	Lab	(ENVS	1114)	‑	Intro	to	Wildlife	and	Fisheries                                                ENG       282 (ENGL 2723) - Hispanic American Literature......................3
BIOL	     113	+	Lab	(BIOL	1114)	‑	Biology	for	General	Education
BIOL	     151	+	Lab	(BIOL	1213/1211)	‑	General	Biology	I                                                         Foreign	Languages:
BIOL	     152	+	Lab	(BIOL	1223/1221)	‑	General	Biology	II                                                        SPAN      101/102 (SPAN 1114/1124)....................................................4
BIOL	     209	+	Lab	(BIOL	2414)	‑	Anatomy	and	Physiology	I                                                       FREN	     101/102	(FREN	1114/1124)	 ...................................................4
BIOL	     210	+	Lab	(BIOL	2424)	‑	Anatomy	and	Physiology	II
BIOL	     214	+	Lab	(BIOL	2513/2511)	‑	Microbiology                                                              Vb. Fine Arts.............................................................3 semester hours
                                                                                                                 Select one course
Select one course .......................................................................................... 4   ART       131 (ARTS 1113) - Art Appreciation............................................ 3
CHEM	 113	+	Lab	(CHEM	1114)	‑	Chemistry	for	Today                                                                ART       265 (ARTS 2113) - Art History I ................................................... 3
CHEM	 121	+	Lab	(CHEM	1114)	‑	Survey	of	General	Chemistry                                                        ART       266 (ARTS 2123) - Art History II .................................................. 3
CHEM	 151	+	Lab	(CHEM	1214)	‑	General	Chemistry	I
                                                                                                                       2011 - 2013 Catalog •                                        17
MUS							101	(MUSI	1213)	‑	Music	Fundamentals	..........................................3                  •	Emergency	Medical	Technician	(EMT)	Certificate	of	Employability
MUS        113 (MUSI 1113) - Music Appreciation ....................................3                       •	Emergency	Medical	Technician‑Paramedic	Certificate	of	Occupational	
MUS        125 (MUSI 1313) - Music History ..............................................3                     Training
              (pending HED approval)                                                                        •	Engineering	and	Design	Technology	A.A.S.	Degree	
THTR          111 (THTR 1113) - Theatre Appreciation ................................... 3                  •	Engineering	 and	 Design	 Technology	 Certificate	 of	 Occupational	
                                                                                                               Training
In addition to the General Education Common Core (GECC), ENMU-                                              •	Engineering	and	Design	Technology	Certificate	of	Employability
Roswell requires students to successfully complete the following courses                                    •	Fire	Protection	Technology	A.A.S.	Degree
for an associate of arts degree. These courses typically transfer as part of                                •	Grant	Writing	Certificate	of	Employability	
a student’s requirements or electives for a bachelor’s degree.                                              •	Heating,	 Ventilation,	 Air	 Conditioning‑Refrigeration	 Technology	 A.A.S.	
                                                                                                               Degree
VI. Physical Education ............................................2 semester hours                         •	Heating,	 Ventilation,	 Air	 Conditioning	 Technology	 Certificate	 of	
Select:                                                                                                        Occupational Training
HPE       141 - Exercise and Wellness Education.................................... 2                       •	Homemaker/Home	Health	Aide	Certificate	of	Employability
Two HPE activity courses................................................................................1   •	Human	Services	A.A.	Degree
VII. Computer Literacy ............................................3 semester hours                         •	Human	 Services	 Alcohol	 &	 Drug	 Abuse	 Studies	 Certificate	 of	
Select one course:                                                                                             Employability
CAS       151 - Basic Computer Skills II..................................................... 3             •	Human	Services	Helping	Relationship	Skills	Certificate	of	Employability	
CIS       185 - Intro to Computer Information Systems .......................... 3                          •	Industrial	Engineering	Technology	A.A.S.	Degree	
With consent of appropriate Dean:                                                                           •	Industrial	Engineering	Technology	Certificate	of	Occupational	Training
          CAS 263 or 274                                                                                    •	Management	Training	Certificate	of	Occupational	Training
          CIS 110, 210, or 245                                                                              •	Media	 Arts	 A.A.S.	 Degree	 (Animation,	 Film	 Technology,	 and	 Graphic	
VIII. Academic Studies .............................................3 semester hours                           Design)
UNIV      101 - Success Skills for College and Career............................ 3                         •	Media	Arts	Certificate	of	Employability	(Animation,									
                                                                                                            		 Film	Technology,	and	Graphic	Design)
Electives ..................................................................15 semester hours               •	Medical	Assisting	A.S.	Degree
                                                                                                            •	Medical	Assisting	Certificate	of	Occupational	Training
  DEgREEs aND CERtIFICatEs                                                                                  •	Medical	Coding	Certificate	of	Occupational	Training
ENMU-Roswell is authorized to award the Associate of Arts degree (A.A.),                                    •	National	Security	Science	A.A.S	Degree
the Associate of Applied Science degree (A.A.S.), the Associate of Science                                  •	Nursing	A.S.	Degree	
degree (A.S.), the Certificate of Completion, the Certificate of Occupational                               •	Nursing	Assisting	Certificate	of	Employability
Training, and the Certificate of Employability. Programs of study which lead                                •	Occupational	 Safety	 Engineering	 and	 Environmental	 Management	
to an associate’s degree require a minimum of 64 hours of credit.                                              Technologies A.A.S. Degree
                                                                                                            •	Occupational	 Safety	 Engineering	 and	 Environmental	 Management	
Areas of Study                                                                                                 Technologies Certificate of Occupational Training
•	Accounting	A.A.S.	Degree                                                                                  •	Occupational	 Safety	 Engineering	 and	 Environmental	 Management	
•	Air	Traffic	Control	A.A.S.	Degree                                                                            Technologies Certificate of Employability
•	Automotive	Technology	A.A.S.	Degree	                                                                      •	Occupational	Therapy	Assistant	A.S.	Degree	
•	Automotive	Technology	Certificate	of	Occupational	Training                                                •	Pharmacy	Technician	Certificate	of	Employability
•	Automotive	Technology	Certificate	of	Employability                                                        •	Phlebotomy	Certificate	of	Employability
•	Aviation	Maintenance	Technology	A.A.S.	Degree                                                             •	Police	Science	A.A.S.	Degree
   A
•		 viation	Maintenance	Technology	Certificate	of	Completion                                                •	Professional	Pilot	Training	A.S.	Degree
•	Bookkeeping/Accounting	Certificate	of	Occupational	Training	                                              •	Radiographic	Technology	A.S.	Degree
•	Business	Administration	A.A.	Degree                                                                       •	Renewable	Energy	Technology	A.A.S.	Degree
•	Business	Assistant	Administrator	Certificate	of	Occupational	Training                                     •	Respiratory	Therapy	A.S.	Degree		
•	Child	Development	A.A.	Degree                                                                             •	Teacher	Education	Transfer	Program,	A.A.	Degree
•	Child	Development	A.S.	Degree	                                                                            •	University	Studies	A.A.	Degree
•	Child	Development	Certificate	of	Occupational	Training	                                                   •	Welding	Technology	A.A.S.	Degree
•	Commercial	Refrigeration	Certificate	of	Occupational	Training                                             •	Welding	Technology	‑	Basic	Certificate	of	Employability
•	Computer	Applications	and	Support	A.A.S.	Degree                                                           •	Welding	Technology	‑	Advanced	Certificate	of	Employability
•	Computer	 Applications	 and	 Support	 Certificate	 of	 Occupational	
  Training                                                                                                  Special Services Certificate of Occupational Training
•	Computer	Applications	and	Support	Certificate	of	Employability                                            •	Auto	Mechanics	Program
•	Construction	Trades	Certificate	of	Employability                                                          •	Child	Care	Attendant	Program	
•	Criminal	Justice	A.A.	Degree	                                                                             •	Floral	Design
•	Dental	Assisting	Certificate	of	Occupational	Training                                                     •	Food	Service	Program
•	Dental	Hygiene	A.A.S.                                                                                     •	Nursing	Assistant	Program
•	Emergency	 Management‑ Advanced	 Professional	 Development	 ‑	                                            •	Office	Skills	Program
  Certificate of Occupational Training                                                                      •	Refrigeration	&	Air	Conditioning	Technology	Program
•	 Emergency	 Management‑Advanced	 Professional	 Development	 ‑	                                            •	Sanitation/Groundskeeping	Program
  Certificate of Employability                                                                              •	Special	Topics
•	 Emergency	 Management‑Professional	 Development	 ‑	 Certificate	 of	                                     •	Veterinarian	Assistant	Program
  Employability                                                                                             •	Welding	Technician	Assistant
•	Emergency	Medical	Services	A.S.	Degree
18        •       ENMU-RoswEll
Graduation                                                                          DEaN’s HoNoR lIst
All students expecting to complete their programs of study (either                Students enrolled for 12 or more credit hours at ENMU-Roswell whose
certificate of employability, certificate of occupational training, certificate   end-of-semester GPA is 3.25 or better will be listed on the Dean’s Honor
of completion, associate of arts, associate of science, or associate of           List. Audit courses are not included in the credit hour calculation. This list
applied science) must file an application for graduation by the following         is prepared for the fall and spring semesters only.
deadlines:
	    Fall	Semester	‑	2nd	Friday	in	October                                         tUItIoN aND FEEs
	    Spring	Semester	‑	1st	Friday	in	March
                                                                                  TUITION
	    Summer	Semester	‑	1st	Friday	in	June
                                                                                  Tuition and fees are payable at the time of registration unless prior
Students who file an application for graduation before the close of the           arrangements have been made. ENMU-Roswell has a Deferred Tuition
semester preceding the expected completion date will be notified in writing       Payment Policy. Ask for details at the Business Office. Students are not
of requirements needed to complete that program of study. The application         officially enrolled until their registration receipts are validated by the
must be filed with the Admissions and Records Office.                             Business Office. Tuition and fees are subject to change without notice by
In addition, any student with 45 or more credit hours will be reviewed by         the Board of Regents of ENMU.
the Student Advising and Retention Office and by Instructional Divisions          Notice: Students not attending classes must personally withdraw through
for eligibility for graduation. After all degree requirements have been           Student Services, or they will owe the full amount of tuition.
evaluated, the Student Advising and Retention Office and Instructional
Divisions will notify the Office of Admissions and Records of any additional      Void Process
students that are eligible for program completion and graduation.                 The University reserves the right to void the registration of any student
At the end of the semester in which the student is eligible to graduate,          who fails to pay, when due, any indebtedness to the University.
diplomas will be ordered and students will be notified through ENMU               Academic credits, transcripts, and diplomas will be withheld until all
Campus email system of their final graduation status. Diplomas will be            financial obligations are met. Students are prohibited from registering
mailed to graduation students approximately 8-10 weeks after the end              for a semester until all previous semester accounts are paid in full.
of the semester. Degrees will be posted at the same time diplomas are             Voided students will have the opportunity to reenroll, but will not
ordered. Students wishing to participate in Commencement ceremonies               be guaranteed the same class schedule. Students must demonstrate
and have their names published in the graduation program or newspaper             financial commitment at the time of reenrollment.
must state so on their application for graduation.
                                                                                  The three (3) categories of residency for tuition and fees at ENMU-Roswell
Students must have an ENMU Campus System cumulative grade point                   are:
average of 2.0 in order to meet graduation requirements.                          	 1)	 Resident,	In‑District	–	For	all	official	residents	of	Chaves	County.
NOTE: Participation in graduation ceremonies does not constitute meeting          	 2)	 Resident,	Out‑of‑District	–	For	all	official	residents	of	the	State	of	New	
degree requirements. Completion of degree requirements will be verified                 Mexico, outside of Chaves County.
once final semester grades have been posted.                                      	 3)	 Nonresident	 –	 For	 all	 students	 who	 have	 not	 established	 official	
                                                                                        residency in the State of New Mexico.
Graduating with Honors
                                                                                  Registration Fee – Per Semester
Graduation honors are awarded based on the student’s CAREER GPA.
                                                                                  Students carrying twelve or more semester hours:
Career GPA is determined by combining the cumulative GPA of all Eastern
                                                                                     Resident, In-District
New Mexico University courses AND the cumulative GPA of all course
                                                                                        Tuition ....................................................................... $678.96
work	 completed	 at	 other	 institutions.	 For	 pre‑graduation	 publicity	 and	
                                                                                  	 	 Fees ................................................................................74.40
Commencement material, “HONORS” status will be determined at the end
                                                                                                                                                                        $753.36
of the semester preceding graduation.
                                                                                     Resident, Out-of-District
Honors are awarded to students who graduate with a career cumulative                    Tuition ....................................................................... $708.24
grade point average (GPA) of 3.50 or higher. The notation “WITH                   	 	 Fees ................................................................................74.40
HONORS” will be printed on the diplomas and posted on the transcripts                                                                                                   $782.64
of all such students.                                                                Nonresident*
                                                                                        Tuition .................................................................... $2,561.64
Earning Honors Credit for Courses                                                 		 	 Fees ................................................................................74.40
Students have the opportunity to earn honors credit for individual courses                                                                                          $2,636.04
(if offered by the instructor). Students wishing to earn honors credit must
coordinate with their individual instructor(s) at the beginning of the semester    Students carrying eleven or fewer semester hours:
and meet all requirements set forth by the instructor. Courses in which honors        Resident, In-District
credit has been earned will have an “H” following the course number.                  Tuition per credit hour .....................................................$56.58
                                                                                  		 	 Fees	per	credit	hour........................................................6.20
 EaRNINg a sECoND assoCIatE DEgREE                                                                                                                                 $62.74
Students may earn more than one associate degree through ENMU-Roswell.                Resident, Out-of-District
These may be pursued concurrently by meeting the requirements of each                     Tuition per credit hour ...............................................$59.02
degree. The two degrees must total at least 79 credit hours, and the second       	 	 Fees	per	credit	hour........................................................6.20
associate degree must include at least 15 hours of credit which are not                                                                                            $65.22
applied to the first degree.                                                          Nonresident*
                                                                                          Tuition per credit hour ............................................. $213.47
                                                                                  	 	 Fees	per	credit	hour........................................................6.20
                                                                                                                                                                 $219.67
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 Note: Tuition and fees are set by the Board of Regents and are subject                                                 105Y, 107, 266, and HPE 220).....................................................$5.00
to change. Refer to the appropriate class schedule for the current fee                                              EMS Training Center Fee - ACLS/PALS (EMS 224, 232, 260, 261, 264,
structure.                                                                                                              277, 289, 292, NURS 220, RCP 108, 201) ............................ $15.00
                                                                                                                    Emergency Management Course Fee (per credit hour) ................. $60.00
                                                                                                                    HVACR Lab Fee (HVAC 101, 235) ................................................... $25.00
                                                                                                                    HVACR Readiness and Certification Exam Fees (ELEC 202, HVAC 101,
                                                                                                                        HVAC 201, HVAC 203, HVAC 212) ....................... $15.00 - $180.00
Residency Requirements for Tuition                                                                                  GED Testing Fee (non-refundable)..................................................... $40.00
For tuition purposes, the Commission on Higher Education defines a resident                                         GED Retakes (non-refundable) ......................................................$8.00/test
as a financially independent adult over 18 years of age who has lived in                                            GED No-show Fee .............................................................................. $20.00
New Mexico for at least one year prior to the semester for which resident                                           Horsemanship (HPE 155) (non-refundable)...................................... $75.00
status is requested and who has met all other residency requirements.                                               ID card replacement ..............................................................................$5.00
The Higher Education Department has published a brochure which                                                      IET Lab Fee (IET 106, 107, 108) ....................................................... $25.00
outlines the regulations and exceptions governing residency requirements                                            Instructional Technology Fee .............................................$15.00/semester
for tuition. Copies are available in the Admissions and Records Office.                                             Introduction to the Geology of New Mexico (GEOL 130L)
                                                                                                                        (nonrefundable) ................................................................ ...........$150.00
Students who wish to change their official residency status must complete a                                         Mandatory drug screening fee required for selected
“Petition for In-State Tuition Classification” form available at the Admissions                                         programs...........................................................................$45.00 - 55.00
and Records Office. A change of official residency status is never                                                  Media Arts Course Fees (for face to face classes taught at ENMU-Roswell)
automatic, and it is always the student’s responsibility to initiate the petition.                                      MA 103/110/112/114/116/118/150/212/214/218/222/252/
                                                                                                                         254/256/295 ........................................................ .$15.00/credit hour
 SPECIAL FEES                                                                                                           MA 130/132/134/232/234 ................................$20.00/credit hour
Special fees are paid only by students to whom the fee applies.                                                     Medical Assistant Lab Fee (MDST 107L, 113L) ....................... $5.00/class
                                                                                                                    MDST Externship National Exam Fee and Student Dues ............$145.00
          -ALL FEES SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE-
                                                                                                                    Nursing Assistant Practicum Fee (NA 011L) ........................................$5.00
Allied Health Liability Fee (DHYG 205, 224, 225, 233, 234, 243, 244,
                                                                                                                    Nursing Practicum Fee
    247; EMS 111L, 176L, 196L, 211L, 212L, 231L, 241L, 251L; MDST
                                                                                                                        (NURS 110L, 112L, 216L, 217L, 220L) ............................ $5.00/class
    111L, MDST 113L, MDST 114, MDST 114L, MDST 209; NA 011L;
                                                                                                                    Nursing Testing Readiness Assessment Fee
    NURS 110L, 112L, 201L, 216L, 217L, 220L; OT 114L, 116L, 214L,
                                                                                                                        (non-refundable).................................................... $128.00 first semester
    260L, 262L; PHAR 105L; PBE 114, PBE 114L; RADT 104L, 105L, 130L,
                                                                                                                        (nonrefundable) ...........................................$98.00 following semesters
    140L, 150L, 240L, 260L; RCP 107L, 109L, 202L, 209L) .....................
                                                                                                                    Occupational Therapy Assisting NBCOT Exam Fee .....................$525.00
    ................................................................................................. $5.00/class
                                                                                                                    OT Lab Fee (OT 110L, 118L, 216L) ........................................... $5.00/class
Allied Health Immunizations and Titers Fee (Cost dependent on number
                                                                                                                    Pharmacy Technician Board Fee ....................................................... $30.00
    of immunizations and titers the student requires) .... $65.00 - $951.00
                                                                                                                    Phlebotomy National Examination Fee ........................................... $125.00
Art Course Fees for face-to-face studio art classes
                                                                                                                        (American Society of Clinical Pathologists)
    ART 101/102/105/106/107 .................................... $15.00/credit hr.
                                                                                                                    Radiographic Technology Lab Fee (RADT 103L, 104L, 105L, 130L, 140L,
    ART 206/215/221/222/231/232/234/235 ...... $20.00/credit hr.
                                                                                                                        150L, 240L, 260L) ................................................................ $5.00/class
Certified Bookkeeper (ACCT 215) .................................................$210.00
                                                                                                                    Refrigeration Lab Fee (REFR 203, 205, 210) ................................. $10.00
Challenge Examination Fee................................................................ $70.00
                                                                                                                    Refrigerant Handling Certification Fee (HVAC 202)....................... $15.00
Child Development Liability Insurance (CD 109, 209) .......... $5.00/class
                                                                                                                    Residence Hall Activity Fee .........................................................$5.00/sem.
Child Development Practicum Fee (CD 109, 209) ................. $5.00/class
                                                                                                                    Respiratory - Certified Respiratory Therapy Exam (RCP 208) .....$190.00
Computer Applications and Support--Microsoft Lab Fee (non-refundable)
                                                                                                                    Respiratory - Clinical Simulation Exam (RCP 208) ........................$200.00
    (CAS 263L, 274L, 284L, 285L) ................... $35.00 to $150.00/Lab
                                                                                                                    Respiratory - SAE Exam (RCP 208)................................................... $40.00
Dental Hygiene Lab Fee (DHYG 114, 205, 223, 224, 225, 233, 234,
                                                                                                                    Respiratory Therapy Lab Fee (RCP 105L, 108L, 201L,
    243, 244, 247) ..................................................................... $5.00/class
                                                                                                                        204L) ...................................................................................... $5.00/class
Dishonored check (handling fee) ...................................................... $10.00
                                                                                                                    Respiratory - Written Respiratory Therapy Exam (RCP 208) ........$190.00
Distance Education Fee (for students enrolled in Web courses and
                                                                                                                    Rocky Mountain Life Zones (BIOL 130L)
    off-campus ITV) ........................................................... $2.00/credit hour
                                                                                                                        (nonrefundable) ........................................................................... $150.00
Division of Health Background Check Fee .................... $35.00 - $70.00
                                                                                                                    Science Lab fee (per course) (nonrefundable) ................................ $15.00
    (Required for all health programs)
                                                                                                                    Special examination fee (per credit hour) ................................................... *
EMS Book Fee (EMS Course)........................................... $5.00 - $300.00
                                                                                                                       * Equal to the prevailing rate of tuition.
EMS Course Packet Fee for all EMS Courses ....................$5.00 - $30.00
                                                                                                                    Student Accident Coverage Fee (paid yearly by each student assigned
EMS PNCCT/CCEMPT-P Course Fee (EMS 290, 295)...............$200.00
                                                                                                                    to external clinical and practicum sites) .......................................... $36.95
EMS ENA Course Fee (EMS 226, 227) ..............................$100.00/class
                                                                                                                    TEAS (Test of Essential Academic Skills) - Students must present proof of
EMS Extrication Lab Fee (EMS 222) ..............................................$100.00
                                                                                                                    payment prior to testing ...................................................................... $25.00
EMS FISDAP Clinical Fee (non-refundable)
                                                                                                                    UNIV Diagnostic and Testing Fees (nonrefundable)
    (EMS 111L, 176L, and 211L) ...................................$50.00 to $130.00
                                                                                                                        UNIV 079 Diagnostic and Testing Fee ....................................... $22.00
EMS Lab Fee
                                                                                                                        UNIV 081 Diagnostic and Testing Fee ....................................... $22.00
    (EMS 111L, 175L, 195L, 204L, 205L, 206L, 224L) .......... $5.00/class
                                                                                                                        UNIV 082 Testing Fee .....................................................................$8.00
EMS NAEMT Course Fee
                                                                                                                        UNIV 091 Diagnostic and Testing Fee ....................................... $10.00
    (EMS 206, 216, 217, 224, 232, 263)............................. $15.00/class
                                                                                                                        UNIV 092 Diagnostic and Testing Fee ....................................... $10.00
EMS Liability Fee (EMS 176L, 196L, 241L) ............................. $5.00/class
                                                                                                                        UNIV 098 Testing Fee .....................................................................$4.00
EMS Special Course Fee (EMS Course) ......................... $5.00 - $300.00
                                                                                                                    VALPAR Occupational Testing.....$250.00/one day $350.00/two days
EMS Training Center Fee - BLS (EMS 100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 105,
                                                                                                                    Welding Technology Lab Fee (WELD 110, WELD 115, WELD 118,
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WELD 125, WELD 131, WELD 132, WELD 135, WELD 201, WELD 210,                                                    financial need. Merit scholarships are offered to students with
WELD 221, WELD 222, WELD 168/268, WELD 291, WELD 193/293,                                                      outstanding academic achievements. Need-based assistance is
WELD 294) ................................................................................$50.00/class         determined	 by	 the	 student’s	 expected	 family	 contribution	 (EFC),	 as	
                                                                                                               calculated	by	the	Free	Application	for	Federal	Student	Aid	(FAFSA).		
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Aviation Mechanic Certification
                                                                                                               Sources of financial aid which are federally and state funded are:
Testing Fees.
                                                                                                               	      S
                                                                                                                   •		 cholarships are awarded to students on the basis of academic
FAA	Aviation	Mechanic	Certification	Testing	(written);
                                                                                                                      merit. While most scholarships also take financial need into
General, Airframe & Powerplant ............................... $100.00/test section
                                                                                                                      account, their chief purpose is to honor academic achievement.
Retesting fee (written only) ................................................ $100.00/section
                                                                                                               	     G
                                                                                                                   •	 rants are funds made available by federal, state and institutional
FAA	Aviation	Mechanic	Certification	Testing	(oral	and	practical);
                                                                                                                     sources, based primarily on a student’s financial need. These
General, Airframe & Powerplant ................................$432.00/three days
                                                                                                                     include	 the	 Federal	 Pell	 Grant,	 Supplemental	 Educational	
                                                                                                                     Opportunity grant and state grants.
Special Services Fees
                                                                                                                      W
                                                                                                               	 •		 ork-study programs offer students with financial need the
Books and writing supplies (average) (non-refundable) .................... $ 150.00
                                                                                                                      opportunity to work on Campus or at an approved off-Campus
Fingerprinting	Fees	for	Child	Care	(non‑refundable) ..........................34.00
                                                                                                                      (non-profit) site while attending school.
Special	Services	Nursing	Assistant	State	Exam	Fee ........................ 125.00
                                                                                                               	      L
                                                                                                                   •		 oans are low interest rate loans made to students attending school
Other Special Services Fees                                                                                           at least half time and must be repaid according to the terms of the
Occupational Testing ..................$250.00/one day $350.00/two days                                               promissory note that is signed by the student. Students should make
Special Services Program fee ...................................... $88.55 /credit hour                               sure they understand their rights and responsibilities regarding the
Liability Insurance ...................................................................................$5.00          student loans they borrow. ENMU- Roswell seeks to encourage
                                                                                                                      responsible student borrowing by making sure students understand
Students in the Special Services Occupational Training Program are                                                    the terms of the loan(s) they borrow and the consequences on
required to pay a fee for liability insurance provided by a third party. The                                          defaulting on a student loan for the borrower and the school.
fee will be waived upon submission of a certificate of liability insurance.
                                                                                                               Federal   Aid consists of:
  sEMEstER REFUND sCHEDUlE                                                                                     	 	 •	     F
                                                                                                                          	 ederal	Pell	Grant
The refund schedule is based on the first day of the semester, not on the                                      	 	 •		    Supplemental	Educational	Opportunity	Grant
initial class meeting.                                                                                         	 	 •	     Federal	Work	Study
                                                                                                               	 	 •	     Academic	Competiveness	Grant	(ACG)
  a.   Refund     of   100% through day 5                                                                      	 	 •	     Federal	Perkins	Loan
  b.   Refund     of   90% through day 10                                                                      	 	 •	     Federal	PLUS,	subsidized	and	unsubsidized	loans
  c.   Refund     of   50% through day 15
  d.   Refund     of   25% through day 20                                                                      State Aid: Students must be New Mexico residents and meet other eligibility
Specific dates will be published each semester in the Class Schedule.                                               requirements to receive state funded aid:
                                                                                                               	 	 •	 State	Student	Incentive	Grant
 stUDENt FINaNCIal aID                                                                                                	
                                                                                                               	 	 •	 College	Affordability	Grant
                                                                                                               	 	 •	 New	Mexico	Work	Study
ENMU-ROSWELL FINANCIAL AID                                                                                     	 	 •	 New	Mexico	Lottery	Success	Scholarship
The	 mission	 of	 the	 Financial	 Aid	 Office	 is	 to	 provide	 quality	 customer	                             	 	 •	 ENMU‑Roswell	Merit	Scholarship
service to all students and the ENMU-Roswell community, and provide                                            	 	 •	 Nursing	and	Allied	Health	Loan	for	Service	Scholarships.
timely delivery of financial aid assistance to eligible students while
maintaining compliance with federal and state regulations.                                                      aPPlYINg FoR FINaNCIal aID
                                                                                                               ENMU-R FAFSA School Code 002661
The	 goal	 of	 the	 Financial	 Aid	 Office	 is	 to	 help	 students	 better	
                                                                                                               Students	 must	 complete	 the	 Free	 Application	 for	 Federal	 Student	 Aid	
understand the financial aid process and learn about the different
                                                                                                               (FAFSA)	by	going	to	the	following	Web	site	www.fafsa.ed.gov			Students	
types of assistance available to them. Primary responsibility lies within
                                                                                                               may	also	contact	the	Financial	Aid	Office	for	assistance	with	the	application	
the student and family. However, when the family contribution toward
                                                                                                               process. To be considered for all types of aid students should apply by
educational costs is insufficient, financial aid will be made available
                                                                                                               the priority date of April 1 since campus based funds are awarded on a
whenever possible.
                                                                                                               first-come, first-served basis. Students must be degree seeking in a financial
All	correspondence	from	the	Financial	Aid	Office	is	sent	to	ENMU‑	Roswell	                                     aid eligible program and be taking classes going toward their degree in
student email accounts. Students are encouraged to activate their email                                        order to be eligible for financial aid.
accounts as soon as they apply for admissions and are admitted to the
school.	 	 For	 your	 convenience,	 more	 detailed	 information	 regarding	                                    Students must complete and submit a institutional summer aid request form
financial	aid	is	available	on	the	Financial	Aid	page	located	on	the	school’s	                                  in order to be considered for summer financial aid, which is not guaranteed
Web site www.roswell.enmu.edu.                                                                                 and is awarded on a first-come, first-served basis and dependent on
                                                                                                               available funds.
  tYPEs oF FINaNCIal aID
                                                                                                               AWARDS
Financial	 aid	 is	 money	 in	 the	 form	 of	 loans,	 grants,	 work‑study	 and	
                                                                                                               All financial aid awards are based on information provided by the student
scholarships to help students pay for their educational costs. The
                                                                                                               and parents, availability of funds, and eligibility requirements. Any award
federal government is a major source of grants, loans and work study
                                                                                                               may be revised based on changes in enrollment, cost of attendance,
funds as aid is also provided by state government, and other public
                                                                                                               family contribution, and notification of other resources or failure to meet
and private sources.
                                                                                                               satisfactory academic progress. Withdrawals or reductions in enrollment
Financial	 aid	 programs	 fall	 within	 two	 basic	 categories:	 	 Merit	 and	                                 may	affect	an	award	or	any	future	awards.	Financial	aid	will	not	pay	for	
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audited courses.                                                                   for grants, and will not be eligible for other aid at ENMU-Roswell due to
                                                                                   the time frame policy.
PROFESSIONAL JUDGEMENT/SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES
Professional judgment is the ability of a financial aid administrator to           Satisfactory academic progress is defined by federal regulations in
reassess a student’s financial aid due to special or unusual circumstances.        conjunction with the university as obtaining and maintaining a semester and
Because	the	Free	Application	for	Federal	Student	Aid	(FAFSA)	only	requests	        cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or better, a cumulative completion
certain information, the student or parent cannot provide details on the           average of 70% or better and having an academic standing consistent with
application about any special or unusual circumstances that could impact           graduation requirements.
their ability to pay for college. Therefore, under federal law, financial aid
                                                                                   The assessment of a student’s academic progress is based on the student’s
administrators have the authority to take these circumstances into account
                                                                                   entire academic record to include all attempted hours whether or not the
and make changes to a student’s financial aid application.
                                                                                   student received financial aid for previous semesters of enrollment. In
                                                                                   evaluating transfer students, all credit hours attempted are counted toward
Special Circumstances
                                                                                   the time frame limit. The time frame limit at ENMU-Roswell is 106 attempted
Special circumstances can refer to any financial situation that is not
                                                                                   credit hours.
addressed in the application process. The following list includes common
special	circumstances	in	which	professional	judgment	may	apply.	Keep	in	           For	 more	 detailed	 information	 regarding	 the	 Satisfactory	 Academic	
mind that financial aid administrators are not limited to these instances,         Progress Policy refer to the financial aid Web page.
nor are they required to use professional judgment for these instances.
	    •	    	 oss	 or	 reduction	 of	 employment,	 wages,	 or	 unemployment	
           L                                                                       FINANCIAL AID APPEAL PROCESS
           compensation                                                            Students	 may	 appeal	 to	 the	 Financial	 Aid	 Committee	 for	 reinstatement	
	    •	    Death	of	a	family	member                                                of financial aid. The committee reviews appeal cases submitted by
	    •	    Medical	or	dental	expenses	not	covered	by	insurance	                    students who have been denied financial aid due to unsatisfactory
	    •	    Unusually	high	child	care	costs	                                        academic progress or have exceeded the time frame for financial aid.
                                                                                   Only mitigating circumstances will be considered. If the committee
Unusual Circumstances/Dependency Overrides                                         previously denied a student extension of time frame, the committee
Unusual circumstances refer to situations that may qualify for dependency          will not review those appeals again. The appeal form is available in on
overrides. Most students entering a post-secondary school straight from            the	Financial	Aid	Web	page.	
high school are considered financially dependent on their parents. This
means	 their	 parents	 must	 provide	 information	 on	 the	 FAFSA.	 In	 unusual	     Class attENDaNCE/DRoPPINg ClassEs/wItHDRawINg
circumstances,	a	financial	aid	administrator	can	change	a	student’s	FAFSA	         Title IV funds are awarded to a student under the assumption that the
status from dependent to independent. The following are examples of                student will attend school for the entire period of enrollment. When a
circumstances (in combination with other circumstances) that may merit a           student ceases to attend or withdraws prior to completing at least 60%
dependency override:                                                               of the semester, the student may no longer be eligible for the full amount
                                                                                   of Title IV funds that the student received. A recalculation of aid may be
	    •	    An	abusive	family	environment	
                                                                                   made using a pro rata schedule to determine the amount of Title IV funds
	    •		   Abandonment	by	parents	
                                                                                   the student has earned at the time of the official or unofficial withdrawal.
	    •		   Incarceration	or	institutionalization	of	both	parents	
                                                                                   All changes in enrollment affect a student’s academic progress.
	    •		   Parents	cannot	be	located
The following circumstances do not merit a dependency override (either             An official withdrawal is when the student withdraws using the University’s
alone or in combination):                                                          official withdrawal process and there is documentation to support the
                                                                                   withdrawal.
	    •	    Parents	refuse	to	contribute	to	the	student’s	education	
	    •	    P
           	 arents	are	unwilling	to	provide	information	on	the	FAFSA	or	for	      An unofficial withdrawal is when student stops attending classes and/or
           verification                                                            receives	all	F’s	at	the	end	of	the	semester	because	he/she	stopped	attending	
	    •	    P
           	 arents	do	not	claim	the	student	as	a	dependent	for	income	tax	        classes and did not officially withdraw.
           purposes
	    •	    Student	demonstrates	total	self‑sufficiency
                                                                                   Receiving all F’s for the Semester:
If you feel like you have a special or unusual circumstance, you should            Students who enroll in classes are responsible for officially withdrawing
contact the financial aid office at your school. Please keep in mind that          from classes they are not attending or not planning to attend. Students
professional judgment is administered on a case-by-case basis, and financial       that stop attending classes and do not officially withdraw from classes
aid administrators have the authority to use professional judgment but are         will	receive	a	failing	grade.		In	cases	where	students	receive	all	F’s,	and	
not required to do so.                                                             received Title IV funds the student may owe all or a portion of the money
                                                                                   back	 to	 the	 school	 and/or	 the	 Federal	 Government.	 	 Students	 who	 owe	
  FINaNCIal aID satIsFaCtoRY aCaDEMIC PRogREss                                     money back are not able to re-enroll in school, receive Title IV assistance
Department of Education regulations require that financial aid recipients          or obtain academic transcripts until the balance has been paid in full.
meet both a qualitative and quantitative standards to be eligible to receive
Federal	Financial	Aid.			The	policy	applies	to	all	students	on	federal	and	         aPPlICatIoN DEaDlINEs/latE aPPlICatIoNs
state	financial	aid.		Federal	regulations	also	state	that	schools	must	monitor	    Federal	Student	Aid	‑	Apply	as	early	as	possible,	but	not	before	January	
a student’s academic progress at least once an academic year. Academic             1st of the New Year. Awards at ENMU-Roswell are awarded on a first-
progress will be checked at the end of each semester. Students are notified        come, first-serve basis so applying early is always best if students want to
via email if the student is not making satisfactory academic progress within       be considered for all available aid.
a few weeks after the end of the semester.
                                                                                   Scholarships - Institutional scholarships and other scholarship deadline
Students who have already received a Bachelor’s Degree are not eligible            dates will vary.
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The	 Financial	 Aid	 Office	 posts	 deadline	 dates	 for	 various	 scholarships	      gratuitas en diferentes materias de inglés y de Inglés como Segunda Len-
offered for the school year. Scholarship information is available at the             gua, proveyendo al mismo tiempo el material necesario para las mismas. El
Financial	Aid	Office	or	on	the	Financial	Aid	Web	page.	                              programa ABE ofrece también clases gratuitas para obtener la ciudadanía,
                                                                                     para capacitar al estudiante en los conceptos básicos del trabajo de oficina
  VEtERaNs’ EDUCatIoNal BENEFIts                                                     y para prepararlo para obtener el GED (equivalente del diploma de High
All degree and certificate programs offered at ENMU-Roswell are                      School). Para mayor información llame al (575) 624-7271.
approved for Veterans’ Administration educational benefits. The Veterans’
                                                                                     La universidad cuenta también con las oficinas de Advising Center, Suite
Administration WILL NOT fund courses other than courses which pertain
                                                                                     101 en el edificio de Administración en donde los estudiantes pueden recibir
to degree programs. (This does not apply to remedial courses.) It is the
                                                                                     orientación sobre las clases requeridas en su plan de estudios. Para mayor
student’s responsibility to furnish the Admissions and Records Office with a
                                                                                     información llame al (575) 624-7163.
degree plan at the initial certification period. The certifying official cannot
certify veterans for courses taken outside the degree program.                       ENMU-R cuenta también con fondos monetarios, con préstamos, y con becas
                                                                                     para ayudar a costear los estudios de los estudiantes que lo necesiten. Para
The Admissions and Records Office serves as the Veterans’ Affairs Office             mayor	información	pase	a	la	oficina	de	Financial	Aid	en	Suite	115	en	el	
at ENMU-Roswell. All necessary forms for applying for these benefits are             edificio de Administración o llame al (575) 624-7152.
available in that office. New Mexico Army National Guardsmen must
provide	 Form	 2384,	 Basic	 Eligibility	 for	 Army	 National	 Guard/Reserve,	       El Centro de Testing and Assessment en el Laboratorio de Plato Learning Lab
bearing the signature of the Educational Officer from State Headquarters             ofrece los exámenes para obtener el GED, así como también los exámenes
in	Santa	Fe,	before	any	benefits	will	be	processed.	                                 para identificar el nivel académico de cada estudiante, el University Place-
                                                                                     ment Test. Para mayor información llame al (575) 624-7227. El depar-
Students applying for veterans’ benefits should apply 8-10 weeks prior to            tamento de Plato Learning Lab cuenta también con personal capacitado
the semester for which they are enrolling in order to allow the VA sufficient        para ayudar a estudiantes que tengan dificultades con alguna/s materia/s.
processing time. It is to the veteran’s benefit to meet with the VA Certifying       Dicho servicio es también gratuito. Para hacer arreglos al respecto, llame
Official prior to selecting the next semester’s classes in order to make sure        al (575) 624-7220.
that the desired classes are within the veteran’s degree plan. Students will         Estudiantes con alguna discapacidad, o con necesidad de adaptaciones
receive a certificate of eligibility from the VA and must bring this certificate     especiales para poder asistir a clases, deben de comunicarse al Departa-
to the Admissions and Records Office for processing. Students will receive           mento de Servicios Especiales, Special Services Department, al teléfono
benefit checks directly from the VA and are then responsible for making              (575) 624-7286. Todos los cursos que la universidad ENMU-R ofrece son
payment	 on	 their	 tuition.	 Further	 important	 information	 about	 benefits,	     en inglés, a no ser de que se especifique de diferente manera.
procedures and VA regulations regarding educational benefits may be
obtained in the Admissions and Records Office.
                                                                                      INstRUCtIoNal DIVIsIoNs
Schedule of Benefits                                                                 The programs of study are administered through divisions. In order to make
Undergraduate Credit Load                                                            the Catalog easier to work with, the degree plans are listed in alphabetical
        Fall/Spring                  Summer                   Benefits               order and all course descriptions can be found in the section titled “Course
         12 hours                    6 hours                  full pay               Descriptions.”
        9-11 hours                    N/A                    3/4 pay
         6-8 hours                  4-5 hours                1/2 pay                  Division of Business and science
         1-5 hours                  1-3 hours               tuition only             The career opportunities available to ENMU-Roswell students in the
                                                                                     Department of Business are designed to meet the needs of both the student
Students must understand that a reduction in course load may result in a             and the community. Each degree or certificate program is developed
retroactive reduction in benefits and a debt to the VA.                              through interaction with community advisors to achieve the level of
                                                                                     competency required in the career chosen by the student.
Tuition Payments Forgiven
HB 715 requires state-funded educational institutions to forgive tuition             In addition, the Computer Applications and Support program strives to
payments owed by residents of New Mexico when the student is                         meet the changing needs of future information technology/administrative
conscripted or enters the military service on or after August 1, 1990. Also,         support employees by offering state-of-the-art software and technology to
the bill requests institutions credit students for the full amount of the payments   prepare them for the workplace.
made when students reenroll in that institution at a future date.                    Finally,	the	Science	and	Mathematics	programs	offer	basic	courses	through	
                                                                                     the sophomore year for students planning to obtain a bachelor’s degree in
                                                                                     biology, chemistry, health and physical education, or mathematics. Several
 INFoRMaCIÓN gENERal                                                                 of these courses have been designed specifically to meet the needs of
Para la conveniencia de nuestros residentes hispanoblantes, esta informacion         students in the Division of Health. However, some are structured for students
del catalogo ha sido traducida al espanol. Toda la instruccion en Eastern            who wish to gain a more general knowledge of a subject area, but do not
New Mexico Univeristy-Roswell se provee in Ingles a no ser que inidque               plan to major in one of its disciplines.
diferente.
                                                                                     Students wishing to emphasize an area of science, mathematics, or health
La universidad ENMU-R tiene abiertas sus puertas para toda aquella persona           and physical education should consult their advisors for advice as to the
que desee continuar con sus estudios superiores. Los estudiantes de nuevo            course of study best suited to achieving their goals.
ingreso deben de llenar la solicitud de admisión. El estudiante debe de haber
obtenido su diploma de High School o su equivalente, el GED. Para mayor               Division of Career and technical Education
información sobre los requisitos de admisión, pase a las oficinas de Admis-          High tech/high wage jobs fuel our local, state, national, and world
sions and Records en el edificio de Administración o llame al (575) 624-7141.        economy. The Division of Career and Technical Education offers a variety
                                                                                     of degrees and certificates in trade and technology programs. Departments
Como un servicio para nuestros residentes de habla hispana, el programa de
                                                                                     and	 programs	 include	 FAA	 Collegiate	 Training	 Initiative	 approved	 Air	
Educación Básica para los Adultos, Adult Basic Education, ofrece clases
                                                                                     Traffic	 Control;	 NATEF	 certified	 Automotive	 Technology;	 FAA	 approved	
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Part 147 Aviation Maintenance Technology program; Engineering and
Design	 Technology;	 Fire	 Protection	 Technology;	 HVACR	 Excellence	
                                                                                         aCCoUNtINg
accredited Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration                     Associate of Applied Science Degree
Technology; Industrial Engineering Technology; Renewable Energy
                                                                                        The A.A.S. Degree in Accounting transfers into a Bachelor of Applied Arts
Technology, Professional Pilot Training; Occupational Safety Engineering
                                                                                        and Sciences (BAAS) Degree program at ENMU.
and Environmental Management Technologies; and American Welding
Society SENSE certified Welding Technology program.                                     Note: In order to improve student success probability and reduce
                                                                                              unnecessary attrition, all students must take the University Skills
Our students enjoy state-of-the-ar t learning laboratories and
                                                                                              Placement Test prior to entering the program.
equipment,	 and	 highly	 qualified	 faculty.	 Fur ther,	 students	 are	
encouraged to participate in student organizations including our AWS                    The Accounting Associate of Applied Science degree is a two-year
Student Chapter, and collegiate SkillsUSA.                                              program designed to prepare students for entry into the accounting
                                                                                        profession. Graduates will have the background to assume positions as
 Division of Health                                                                     accounting technicians with the ability to prepare financial statements
The Division of Health offers Associate of Science degrees in Nursing,                  and simple tax returns.
Occupational Therapy Assistant, Child Development, Emergency Medical
Services, Medical Assistant, Radiographic Technology, and Respiratory
Therapy; Associate of Arts degree in Child Development; Certificates of                 Fall Semester I                                                            Credit Hours
Occupational Training in Child Development, Dental Assisting, Emergency                 ACCT     201     Principles of Accounting I .............................................. 4
Medical Services, Medical Assistant, and Medical Coding; and Certificates               UNIV     101     Success Skills for College and Career ......................... 3
of Employability in Nursing Assistant, Emergency Medical Services,                      CAS      101     Basic Computer Skills I ................................................... 3
Homemaker/Home Health Aide, Pharmacy Technician, and Phlebotomy.                        BUS      151     Introduction to Business .................................................. 3
                                                                                        MATH 107         Intermediate Algebra ...................................................... 3
Because of ongoing changes in accreditation and educational requirements                                                                                                               16
in many health fields, this catalog applies to all students entering or                 Spring Semester I
reentering Division of Health programs or classes during the 2011-2012,                 ACCT     202 Principles of Accounting II .............................................. 4
2012-2013 school year.                                                                  ENG      102     English Composition ........................................................ 3
                                                                                        CAS      151     Basic Computer Skills II .................................................. 3
NOTE: The majority of health programs require a background check either                 CAS      263 Microsoft Word ............................................................... 3
before entry to the program or within the first week of instruction after               CAS      241     Business Mathematics and Calculating Machines ...... 3
progression to the program core courses. Students having a misdemeanor                                                                                                                 16
conviction in the 36 months prior to progression and/or felony conviction               Fall Semester II
in the 7 years prior to progression will not be allowed to progress and/or              ACCT     204 Basic Income Tax ............................................................ 3
continue in the selected program.                                                       ACCT     209 Microcomputer Accounting - Peachtree
                                                                                                         or
  Division of liberal arts
                                                                                        ACCT     210     Microcomputer Accounting - Quickbooks ................... 3
The Division of Liberal Arts is a broad curricular unit organized to                    ACCT     215     Certified Bookkeeper..........................................................3
emphasize the essential harmony of the social, cultural, and scientific                 COMM 101         Interpersonal Communication
efforts of humankind. Within the rationale of liberal education, its principal          or
purpose is to help students realize personal, professional, and occupational            COMM 102         Public Speaking ............................................................... 3
objectives. All units of the division offer courses for general and liberal             CAS      274     Microsoft Excel ............................................................... 3
studies in addition to courses for majors and minors. Strong emphasis is                MGT      201     Principles of Management ............................................. 3
placed on courses that will provide communication and citizenship skills                                                                                                               18
which enable students to participate effectively in a democratic society.               Spring Semester II
Students who are pursuing a four-year degree in any area of the Liberal                 CIS/CAS ------   Technology Requirement* .............................................. 3
Arts program, or who intend to earn an Associate of Arts or Associate                   ACCT     212     Advanced Bookkeeping ................................................. 3
of Applied Science Degree, should follow the general college catalog                    ACCT     207     Payroll Accounting .......................................................... 3
requirements as outlined in this publication. Students may graduate                     ACCT     294     Accounting Internship...................................................... 3
with an Associate of Arts degree with an emphasis in a particular                       ACCT     214     Volunteer Income Tax Preparer ..................................... 2
discipline (i.e., art, psychology, history, political science, English,                 ACCT     214L Volunteer Income Tax Preparer Internship .................... 1
literature, humanities, music, Spanish, communication, criminal                                                                                                                        15
justice,	 human	 services)	 if	 they	 so	 choose.	 For	 a	 fuller	 explanation,	 see	   Total Hours Required for Degree: 65
the requirements for an associate of arts degree on page 15 of this
catalog. While attending ENMU-Roswell, students are encouraged to                       * Technology Requirement: CIS 185, CIS 241, CAS 264
consult with counselors on this campus and with the institution which
they will attend after graduation to ensure that courses taken here will
transfer to the particular programs they have chosen.
                                                                                         aIR tRaFFIC CoNtRol
                                                                                        Associate of Applied Science Degree
 DEgREE PlaNs                                                                           Note: In order to improve student success probability and reduce
Students must have an ENMU Campus System cumulative grade point                               unnecessary attrition, all students must take the University Skills
average of 2.0 in order to meet graduation requirements.                                      Placement Test prior to entering the program.

                                                                                        ENMU‑Roswell	is	a	partner	with	the	Federal	Aviation	Administration	(FAA)	
                                                                                        under	 the	 FAA’s	 Collegiate	 Training	 Initiative	 for	 the	 purpose	 of	 training	
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individuals interested in pursuing a career as an air traffic controller. We
offer a degree program easily attainable in less than two years. Those                                     A student must demonstrate proficiency in the course competencies to
interested in becoming an air traffic controller should be able to work as                                 successfully complete the course requirements and advance to subsequent
part of a team, use sound decision-making and critical thinking skills, and                                courses. Students should take the courses in the sequential order as
manage	multiple	tasks.	Students	are	encouraged	to	review	the	FAA’s	hiring	                                 presented in the plan below. Students should demonstrate responsibility in
procedures, including age and medical requirements, to help ensure their                                   completing assignments in a timely manner.
success in this highly sought after career field.                                                          Students successfully completing the program will be skilled in the latest
                                                                                                           advances in automotive technology and will be given assistance in locating
Fall Semester                                                                    Credit Hours              appropriate employment. Current graduates are gainfully employed in a
UNIV     101             Success Skills for College and Career ......................... 3                 wide variety of automotive dealerships and independent shops.
PPT      101             Private Pilot Ground Instruction...................................... 3
AFR	     114	            Theory	of	Flight	and	Aerodynamics	for	Fixed                                       Note: This program requires students to purchase their own tools and
                         and Rotary Aircraft and Lab .......................................... 2                uniform shirts. To obtain a list of required tools and where to
ATC           101        Aviation Weather ............................................................ 3         purchase uniform shirts, contact a program instructor.
ATC	          105	       Aviation	Fundamentals .................................................... 3
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Spring Semester                                                                                             aUtoMotIVE tECHNologY
COMM 101        Interpersonal Communications ....................................... 3                     Certificate of Employability
PSY      101    Introductory Psychology ................................................. 3
CAS      135    Computer Applications for Technical Education .......... 3                                 Note: In order to improve student success probability and reduce
PPT      103    Professional Pilot Ground Instruction I .......................... 3                             unnecessary attrition, all students must take the University Skills
ATC	     115	 Fundamentals	of	Air	Traffic	Control ............................... 3                              Placement Test prior to entering the program.
                                                                                                    15                                                                                    Credit Hours
Summer Session                                                                                             CTE         210Employability Skills.............................................................. 3
HPE      141    Exercise and Wellness Education .................................. 2                       AT          112Automotive Brakes .............................................................. 4
                or                                                                                         AT          114Electrical Systems I......................................................... .. 3
HPE       ----- Activity Class .................................................................... 1      AT          115Electrical Systems II............................................... ............. 5
ATC      294    Co-op/Internship ..........................................................3-6             AT          116Heating & Air Conditioning ............................................... 4
                                                                                                    4-9    AT          118Wheel Alignment and Suspension ................................... 4
Fall Semester                                                                                              AT          130Engine Repair ...................................................................... 5
ENG      102    English Composition ........................................................ 3             AT          132Engine Performance I ......................................................... 5
MATH 105        Technical Math                                                                             AT          134Engine Performance II ........................................................ 5
                or                                                                                                                                                                                           38
MATH 107        Intermediate Algebra ...................................................... 3              Total Hours Required for Certificate: 38
ATC      121    Introduction to Aviation Security .................................... 3
ATC	     122	 Human	Factors	in	Aviation ............................................. 3
                                                                                                    12      aUtoMotIVE tECHNologY
Spring Semester                                                                                            Certificate of Occupational Training
COMM 102        Public Speaking ............................................................... 3          Note: In order to improve student success probability and reduce
CTE      210    Employability Skills .......................................................... 3                 unnecessary attrition, all students must take the University Skills
ATC      200 Air Traffic Control Seminar ............................................. 3                          Placement Test prior to entering the program and complete any
HPE      207    Stress Management ........................................................ 3                      remedial work necessary.
          ----- Elective.............................................................................. 3                                                                                Credit Hours
                                                                                                    15     AT      112 Automotive Brakes ................................................................ 4
Total Hours Required for Degree: 60                                                                        AT      114 Electrical Systems I ............................................................... 3
                                                                                                           AT      115 Electrical Systems II .............................................................. 5
Under Collegiate Training Initiative guidelines, ENMU-Roswell ATC                                          AT      116 Heating & Air Conditioning ................................................ 4
faculty	must	recommend	suitable	students	to	the	FAA.	To	earn	a	                                            AT      118 Wheel Alignment and Suspension ..................................... 4
positive recommendation, students are expected to follow all rules and                                     AT      130 Engine Repair........................................................................ 5
regulations set forth in the ENMU-Roswell Student Handbook related                                         AT      132 Engine Performance I ........................................................... 5
to both academic standards and student conduct. Students should                                            AT      134 Engine Performance II .......................................................... 5
demonstrate the ability to work not only as individuals, but as part of                                    CTE     210 Employability Skills ............................................................... 3
a team; the ability to follow directions; and a high level of personal                                     UNIV 101 Success Skills for College and Career............................... 3
accountability and professionalism, respect, and effective communication                                   CAS     135 Computer Applications for Technical Education ............... 3
skills. All ATC courses must be completed with a grade of C or higher.                                     COMM 101 Interpersonal Communication ............................................. 3
                                                                                                           ENG 102 English Composition ............................................................. 3
 aUtoMotIVE tECHNologY                                                                                                                                                                                     50
                                                                                                           Total Hours Required for Certificate: 50
This	program	is	nationally	certified	by	ASE/NATEF.	It	follows	a	schedule	
of courses that allows students to receive a Certificate of Occupational                                    aUtoMotIVE tECHNologY
Training	for	each	of	the	eight	specialty	areas	determined	by	ASE/NATEF	                                    Associate of Applied Science Degree
guidelines. Completing all areas prepares students for certification as
Master Technician issued by the National Institute for Automotive Service                                  The A.A.S. Degree in Automotive Technology transfers into a Bachelor of
Excellence. Employers nationwide respect these certificates.                                               Applied Arts and Sciences (BAAS) Degree program at ENMU.
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* Please check all Core Courses for transferability into these degree plans.                                     with a deficiency in mathematics are strongly urged to complete
                                                                                                                 developmental mathematics prior to registration in the Aviation
Note: In order to improve student success probability and reduce
                                                                                                                 Maintenance Program.
      unnecessary attrition, all new students must take the University
      Skills Placement Test prior to entering the program and complete                                 Mandatory Drug Screening is required during the first week of the
      any remedial work necessary.                                                                     program and will be scheduled by the Aviation Maintenance Program
                                                                                                       faculty. Students must pass the mandatory drug screening to remain
AT           Automotive Brakes ................................................................ 4
            112                                                                                        in the program. Appeals can be made according to the process
AT           Electrical Systems I ............................................................... 3
            114                                                                                        outlined in the Student Handbook.
AT           Electrical Systems II .............................................................. 5
            115
AT          116
             Heating & Air Conditioning ................................................ 4             FAA Approved - FAR Part 147 Subjects*
AT           Wheel Alignment and Suspension ..................................... 4
            118                                                                                                                                                                          Credit Hours
AT           Automatic Transmissions/Transaxles ................................... 4
            122                                                                                        GAMT     101 Aviation Science ................................................................... 2
AT           Manual Transmissions & Axles ........................................... 5
            124                                                                                        GAMT     102 Shop Practices ...................................................................... 2
AT           Engine Repair........................................................................ 5
            130                                                                                        GAMT     103 Ground Operations .............................................................. 2
AT           Engine Performance I ........................................................... 5
            132                                                                                        GAMT	    104		 Federal	Regulations .............................................................. 1
AT           Engine Performance II .......................................................... 5
            134                                                                                        GAMT     105 Weight and Balance ........................................................... 1
AT           Co-op/Internship Training.................................................... 3
            294                                                                                        GAMT     106 Basic Electricity ..................................................................... 2
CTE          Employability Skills .............................................................. 3
            210                                                                                        AFRM	    101	 Aircraft	Electrical	Systems.................................................... 2
UNIV         Success Skills for College and Career............................... 3
            101                                                                                        AFRM	    102	 Assembly	and	Rigging	 ........................................................ 1
CAS          Computer Applications for Technical Education ............... 3
            135                                                                                        AFRM	    103	 Sheet	Metal	 ......................................................................... 4
COMM         Common Core I ................................................................... 3
            ___                                                                                        AFRM	    104	 Welding ................................................................................. 1
ENG          English Composition ............................................................. 3
            102                                                                                        AFRM	    105	 Wood,	Fabric	and	Finishes ................................................ 1
ET           Survey of Electronics ............................................................ 4
            110                                                                                        AFRM	    106	 Composite	Structures............................................................ 2
MATH         Technical Math ..................................................................... 3
            105                                                                                        AFRM	    107	 Instruments	and	Navigation/Communication .................... 1
                                                                                                69     AFRM	    108	 Hydraulic,	Pneumatic,	and	Fuel	Systems ........................... 3
Total Hours Required for Degree: 69                                                                    AFRM	    109	 Landing	Gear	Systems ......................................................... 2
                                                                                                       AFRM	    110	 Aircraft	Auxiliary	Systems .................................................... 2
Additional Automotive Course Offerings
                                                                                                       AFRM	    111	 Aircraft	Inspection	I .............................................................. 1
AT      268 Workshop ...........................................................................1-3
                                                                                                       PWPL	    101	 Fuel	Metering	and	Induction	Systems ................................ 3
AT      293 Special Topics ....................................................................1-3
                                                                                                       PWPL     102 Aircraft Propellers ................................................................. 2
                                                                                                       PWPL     103 Aircraft Powerplant Electrical Systems ............................... 3
 aVIatIoN MaINtENaNCE                                                                                  PWPL     104 Aircraft Reciprocating Engines ............................................ 2
 tECHNologY                                                                                            PWPL
                                                                                                       PWPL
                                                                                                                105 Aircraft Reciprocating Engine Overhaul ............................ 5
                                                                                                                106 Aircraft Turbine Engine Theory ........................................... 2
Aviation Maintenance Technology is a challenging career field with                                     PWPL     107 Turbine Engine Overhaul .................................................. 3
excellent employment opportunities.                                                                    PWPL     108 Aircraft Powerplant Inspection ........................................... 2
The Aviation Maintenance Technology (AMT) Program runs approximately                                                                                                                                         52
fourteen and a half consecutive months, making this program one of the                                 Total Hours Required for Certificate: 52
fastest and most competitive interms of completion time available. We                                  * Subject sequence may be altered to accommodate section and
believe	that	by	training	students	and	preparing	them	for	FAA	licensure	in	the	                             equipment scheduling.
shortest time frame possible, we provide a gateway to careers much sooner
and in a more cost effective manner than other AMT training programs.                                   aVIatIoN MaINtENaNCE tECHNologY
Because of this schedule, please consult AMT faculty, academic advisors,                               Associate of Applied Science Degree
or the Career and Technical Education Division concerning semester start
dates. Completing courses in the sequence and schedule offered is critical                             The A.A.S. Degree in Aviation Maintenance Technology transfers into
to successful completion of the program.                                                               the Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences Degree and the Bachelor
                                                                                                       of Science in Aviation Science Degree at ENMU.
Upon	 successful	 completion	 of	 the	 FAR	 Part	 147	 program,	 the	 graduate	
will	be	issued	a	certificate	acknowledging	the	student’s	eligibility	for	FAA	                          Note: In order to improve student success probability and reduce
testing. Students seeking an associate of applied science degree must also                                   unnecessar y attrition, all new s tudents mus t take t he
successfully complete additional general education classes. Applicants for                                   University Skills Placement Test prior to entering the program.
an	Associate	of	Applied	Science	Degree,	who	are	currently	FAA	Airframe	                                      Students with a deficiency in mathematics are strongly urged
& Powerplant certificate holders, may apply their A&P certificate towards                                    to complete developmental mathematics prior to registration
the AMT portion of the A.A.S. degree.                                                                        in the Aviation Maintenance Program.
Please note that mandatory drug screening is required prior to the first week                                    Mandatory Drug Screening is required during the first week
of the program and will be scheduled by the AMT faculty. Students must                                           of the program and will be scheduled by the Aviation Maintenance
pass the mandatory drug screening in order to remain in the program.                                             Program faculty. Students must pass the mandatory drug screening
 aVIatIoN MaINtENaNCE tECHNologY                                                                                 to remain in the program. Appeals can be made according to the
Certificate of Completion                                                                                        process outlined in the Student Handbook.

Note: In order to improve student success probability and reduce                                       FAA Approved - FAR Part 147 Subjects*
      unnecessary attrition, all new students must take the University                                                                                                          Credit Hours
      Skills Placement Test prior to entering the program. Students                                    GAMT 101 Aviation Science ................................................................... 2
                                                                                                       GAMT 102 Shop Practices ...................................................................... 2
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GAMT 103 Ground Operations .............................................................. 2                 COMM 101 Interpersonal Communication
GAMT			104		 Federal	Regulations .............................................................. 1                       or COMM 102 Public Speaking ...................................... 3
GAMT 105 Weight and Balance ........................................................... 1                   CAS     101 Basic Computer Skills I ....................................................... 3
GAMT 106 Basic Electricity ..................................................................... 2          BUS     151 Introduction to Business ....................................................... 3
AFRM			 101		 Aircraft	Electrical	Systems.................................................... 2             ENG 102 English Composition ............................................................. 3
AFRM			 102		 Assembly	and	Rigging	 ........................................................ 1                                                                                                        18-19
AFRM		 103		 Sheet	Metal	 ......................................................................... 4       Spring Semester (Second Semester)
AFRM			 104		 Welding ................................................................................. 1   ACCT 201 Principles of Accounting I
AFRM			 105		 Wood,	Fabric	and	Finishes ................................................. 1                             or
AFRM			 106		 Composite	Structures............................................................ 2            ACCT 202 Principles of Accounting II ................................................... 4
AFRM				107		 Instruments	and	Navigation/Communication .................... 1                               ACCT ----- Accounting Elective*
AFRM			 108		 Hydraulic,	Pneumatic,	and	Fuel	Systems ........................... 3                          CIS     185 Introduction to Computer Information Systems
AFRM			 109		 Landing	Gear	Systems ......................................................... 2                          or
AFRM			 110			 Aircraft	Auxiliary	Systems .................................................... 2            CAS     151 Basic Computer Skills II ....................................................... 3
AFRM			 111		 Aircraft	Inspection	I .............................................................. 1        CAS     274 Microsoft Excel ..................................................................... 3
PWPL			 101		 Fuel	Metering	and	Induction	Systems ................................ 3                                                                                                                        19
PWPL 102 Aircraft Propellers ................................................................. 2            * Accounting Electives - Minimum of 9 credit hours in accounting from
PWPL 103 Aircraft Powerplant Electrical Systems ............................... 3                             the following:
PWPL 104 Aircraft Reciprocating Engines ............................................ 2                      ACCT 204            Basic Income Tax ....................................................... 3
PWPL 105 Aircraft Reciprocating Engine Overhaul ............................ 5                              ACCT 207            Payroll Accounting ..................................................... 3
PWPL 106 Aircraft Turbine Engine Theory ........................................... 2                       ACCT 209            Microcomputer Accounting - Peachtree .................. 3
PWPL 107 Turbine Engine Overhaul .................................................. 3                       ACCT 210            Microcomputer Accounting - QuickBooks............... 3
PWPL 108 Aircraft Powerplant Inspection ........................................... 2                       ACCT 212            Advanced Bookkeeping ............................................ 3
                                                                                                      52    ACCT 214/214L Volunteer Tax Preparer and Lab ............................. 3
Total Hours Required for Certificate: 52                                                                    ACCT 215            Certified Bookkeeper................................................. 3
For completion of the Associate Degree the following courses are                                            Total Hours Required for Certificate: 37-38
required:
                                                                       Credit Hours
UNIV 101 Success Skills for College and Career............................... 3                              BUsINEss aDMINIstRatIoN
ENG 102 English Composition ............................................................. 3                 Associate of Arts Degree
COMM ____ Common Core I .................................................................... 3
                                                                                                            The A.A. Degree in Business Administration transfers into a Bachelor
MATH 107 Intermediate Algebra
                                                                                                            of Business Administration (B.B.A.) Degree Program at ENMU.
OR
MATH 105 Technical Math** ................................................................ 3                The Associate of Arts degree in Business Administration gives students a
General Education Requirements: 12                                                                          broad knowledge of the fundamentals of business operations. It prepares
                                                                                                            students for two alternatives: (1) to obtain technical knowledge and
Suggested Electives:                                                                                        proficiency in basic business subjects leading to gainful employment or
PWPL 294 Co-op/Internship .................................................................. 3              (2) to transfer to a bachelor’s degree program granted at a four-year
SET    115 Workplace Safety for Employees ....................................... 1                         institution.
Total Hours Required for Degree: 64 - 68
                                                                                                            Fall Semester                                                                     Credit Hours
*Subject sequence may be altered to accommodate section and equipment
                                                                                                            ENG 102 English Composition ............................................................. 3
 scheduling.
                                                                                                            COMM 101 Interpersonal Communication
**May not transfer to four year colleges/universities.
                                                                                                                     or COMM 102 Public Speaking ................................................. 3
                                                                                                            UNIV 101 Success Skills for College and Career............................... 3
                                                                                                            BUS      151 Introduction to Business ....................................................... 3
 BooKKEEPINg/aCCoUNtINg                                                                                     *Mathematics requirement (107 or 119) .................................................... 3
Certificate of Occupational Training                                                                        *Physical Education elective ......................................................................... 2
Note: In order to improve student success probability and reduce                                                                                                                                                  17
      unnecessary attrition, all students must take the University Skills                                   Spring Semester
      Placement Test prior to entering the program.                                                         CAS      151 Basic Computer Skills II
                                                                                                                            or
The Bookkeeping/Accounting certificate is a one-year program including                                      CIS      185 Introduction to Computer Information Systems............ ..... 3
all the essentials needed to equip students to assume positions ranging from                                ECON 221 Principles of Macro Economics.................................................3
entry-level to full-charge bookkeepers, including preparation of financial                                  ENG 104 English Composition and Research .................................... 3
statements and simple tax returns.                                                                          PSY      101 Introductory Psychology ...................................................... 3
Course Requirements                                                Credit Hours                             *Life Science requirement ............................................................................. 4
Fall Semester (First	Semester)                                                                                                                                                                                   16
UNIV 101 Success Skills for College and Career............................... 3                             Fall Semester
ACCT 200 Basic Bookkeeping and Accounting (3 credits)                                                       ACCT 201 Principles of Accounting I .................................................... 4
              or                                                                                            ECON 222 Principles of Micro Economics ............................................ 3
ACCT 201 Principles of Accounting I.....................................................4                   STAT     213 Statistical Methods ............................................................... 4
                                                                                                            MGT 201 Principles of Management................................................... 3
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*Humanities	and	Fine	Arts	requirement ....................................................... 3        This curriculum can serve as a terminal certificate for students seeking
                                                                                                 17    employment in government or non-government agencies. The emphasis of
Spring Semester                                                                                        this certificate, which includes the study of grant funding generally, grant
ACCT 202 Principles of Accounting II.................................................. 4               and proposal writing, and evaluating grant applications, can apply toward
FIN	    201		 Principles	of	Finance	 ........................................................... 3     an associate’s degree in University Studies. Students who plan to transfer to
MKT		 201	 Principles	of	Marketing ........................................................ 3          another institution should consult catalogs and advisors at those institutions
*Physical Science requirement .................................................................... 4   to determine transferability of these courses.
*Humanities	and	Fine	Arts	requirement	...................................................... 3
                                                                                                 17    GRNT         Grant Writing Basics ............................................................ 3
                                                                                                                   101
Total Hours Required for Degree: 67                                                                    GRNT         Research for Grant Writers ................................................. 3
                                                                                                                   102
*Requirements must be met from the General Education Common Core                                       GRNT         Social Artistry for Grant Writing ....................................... 3
                                                                                                                   103
                                                                                                       GRNT         Practicum .............................................................................. 3
                                                                                                                   294
 BUsINEss assIstaNt aDMINIstRatoR                                                                                                                                                                          12
Certificate of Occupational Training                                                                   Total Hours Required for Certificate: 12
Note: In order to improve student success probability and reduce
        unnecessary attrition, all students must take the UniversitySkills                              MaNagEMENt tRaININg
        Placement Test prior to entering the program.The Business                                      Certificate of Occupational Training
        Assistant Administrator Certificate is a 3-semester program
        that includes all the essentials needed to equip students                                      Note: In order to improve student success probability and reduce
        to assume positions ranging from entry-level clerical and                                            unnecessary attrition, all students must take the University Skills
        reception support for the administrative and program staff,                                          Placement Test prior to entering the program.
        including answering telephones, greeting clients and visitors,
        making appointments and referrals, keyboarding, filing, to                                     Designed to assist working professionals who want to advance in the
        providing assistance to the department head in administrative                                  workplace, the Management Training Certificate of Occupational Training
        areas involving limited supervision.                                                           gives students that “leg up.” Classes introduce students to a variety of
                                                                                                       topics including the role of human resource managers, effective writing in a
Fall	Semester	Credit	Hours                                                                             business environment, and exposure to current trends related to employer/
ENG 102       English Composition ............................................................. 3      employee relations. Students may also earn OSHA certification upon
COMM 102      Public Speaking .................................................................... 3   successful completion of SET 118, “Workplace Safety for Supervisors.”
UNIV 101      Success Skills for College and Career............................... 3
BUS     151   Introduction to Business ....................................................... 3       Fall Semester                                                                      Credit Hours
*Mathematics  requirement (MATH 107 or 119) ........................................ 3                 MGT 110 Management of Human Resources .................................... 3
                                                                                                 15    SET     118 Workplace Safety for Supervisors ...................................... 1
Spring Semester                                                                                        PHIL    211 Ethics ..................................................................................... 3
CIS     185 Introduction to Computer Information Systems ................. 3                                                                                                                                    7
ECON 221 Principles of Macro Economics ........................................... 3                   Spring Semester
ENG 104 English Composition and Research .................................... 3                        CAS     171 Business English Applications .............................................. 3
PSY     101 Introductory Psychology ...................................................... 3           OR
ACCT 201 Principles of Accounting I .................................................... 4             BUS     201 Business Communication...................................................... 3
                                                                                                 16    BUS     245 Leadership Seminar .............................................................. 1
Fall	Semester                                                                                          CAS     286 Introduction to Project Management .................................. 3
STAT    213 Statistical Methods ............................................................... 4                                                                                                               7
ACCT 202 Principles of Accounting II ................................................... 4             Total Hours Required for Certificate: 14
ECON 222 Principles of Micro Economics ............................................ 3
MKT		 201	 Principles	of	Marketing ........................................................ 3
                                                                                                 14     CHIlD DEVEloPMENt
Total Hours Required for Certificate: 45                                                               Students who enroll in the Child Development program may pursue a one-
                                                                                                       year certificate, a two-year Associate of Science Degree, or a two-year
 CaREER aDVaNCEMENt                                                                                    Associate of Arts Degree.

ENMU-Roswell recognizes the need to update and upgrade professionals                                   The Associate of Science Degree in Child Development is a career
in today’s highly competitive job market. Short term completion programs                               degree designed to prepare graduates with knowledge, skills, abilities,
in this section are designed to meet the needs of those individuals who wish                           and attitudes to work with children from birth to eight in a variety of
to enhance their professional experiences and opportunities.                                           child development settings, including nursery schools, preschools,
                                                                                                       Head Start Centers, and child care centers.
 gRaNt wRItINg                                                                                         The Associate of Arts Degree in Child Development is a transfer
Certificate of Employability                                                                           degree intended for those students who will continue a four-year
                                                                                                       bachelor degree in early childhood education. The degree consists of
Note: In order to improve student success probability and reduce                                       general education courses and child development courses. Maximum
      unnecessary attrition, all students must take the University Skills                              transferability for the associate of arts degree can be assured when
      Placement Test prior to entering the program.                                                    students carefully coordinate their associate of arts degree course
                                                                                                       work with the general education requirements of the four-year
The Grant Writing certificate prepares certificate holders to enhance their                            institution to which they plan to transfer.
skills in the areas of researching, writing, and reviewing grant projects.
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Mandatory drug screening is required during the first week of the                                      ENG     102 English Composition ............................................................. 3
program and will be scheduled by the Division of Health faculty.                                                                                                                                     15
Students must pass the mandatory drug screening to remain in the                                       Spring Semester
program. Students exhibiting signs of impaired clinical judgment                                       CD      114 Curriculum Development/Implementation-3 to 3rd .......... 3
related to suspected use of chemical substances, legal or otherwise,                                   CD      114L Curriculum Development/Implementation Prac ................. 2
will be removed from the classroom, laboratory, or clinical setting                                    PSY     201 Child Psychology .................................................................. 3
immediately. At that time, the instructor will implement steps                                         ----    ----   Mathematics Requirement* ................................................. 3
according to the Division of Health Policy for Student Suspected                                       ----    ----   Laboratory Science Requirement* ..................................... 4
Impairment. Appeals can be made according to the process outlined                                                                                                                                    15
in the Student Handbook.                                                                               Summer Session
                                                                                                       COMM 101 Interpersonal Communication ............................................. 3
Child Development majors must make a grade of “C” or higher in order                                   ‑‑‑‑	   ‑‑‑‑	  Humanities/Fine	Arts	Requirement* ................................... 3
to successfully complete a child development course. Results of the rubella                                                                                                                            6
test (or proof of vaccination) and tuberculosis testing must be on file before                         Fall Semester
students are permitted to work with the children in the Child Development                              CD      105 Health, Safety and Nutrition ............................................... 2
Center.                                                                                                CD      106 Guiding Young Children ...................................................... 3
                                                                                                       CD      210 Introduction to Language, Literacy & Reading .................. 3
 CHIlD DEVEloPMENt                                                                                     ----    ----   Social/Behavioral Science Requirement* ......................... 3
45-hour Entry Level Program                                                                            ‑‑‑‑	   ‑‑‑‑		 Humanities/Fine	Arts	Requirement* ................................... 3
                                                                                                       ----    ----   Laboratory Science Requirement* ..................................... 4
The	 State	 of	 New	 Mexico	 Department	 of	 Children,	 Youth,	 and	 Families	                                                                                                                       18
requires that all individuals working in licensed daycare facilities, including                        Spring Semester
registered home providers, complete the 45-Hour Entry Level Program                                    CD	     113	 Family	and	Community	Collaboration ............................... 3
within six months after employment.                                                                    CD      111 Introduction to Children with Special Needs .................... 3
Course Requirements                                                 Credit Hours                       CD      208 Assessment of Children/Evaluation of Programs .............. 3
CD        100 45-Hour Entry Level Course ................................................ 3            ENG 104 English Composition and Research .................................... 3
                                                                                                       HPE     ----   Physical Education Requirement* ....................................... 1
 CHIlD DEVEloPMENt                                                                                     ‑‑‑‑	   ‑‑‑‑	  Humanities/Fine	Arts	Requirement* ................................... 3
Certificate of Occupational Training                                                                                                                                                                 16
                                                                                                       Total Hours Required for Degree: 70
Note: In order to improve student success probability and reduce
      unnecessary attrition, all students must take the University Skills                              * Mathematics Requirement: MATH 107, 113, 119, 261; STAT 213
      Placement Test prior to entering the program.                                                    * Laboratory Science Requirement: Choose one Life Science and one
                                                                                                          Physical Science (Chemistry/Geology/Physics)
Fall Semester                                                                Credit Hours              * Social and Behavioral Sciences: Choose one from ANTH 123, 233,
UNIV 102 Success Skills for Health Careers ....................................... 2                      243; ECON 221, 222; GEOG 233; PSCI 101, 102; SOC 101, 212,
CD      101 Professionalism ...................................................................... 2      215
CD      102 Child Growth, Development and Learning ........................ 3                          *	 Humanities/Fine	Arts	Requirement:	The	general	education	requirement	
CD      112 Curriculum Development through Play - Birth to 4 .......... 3                                 for	the	bachelor’s	degree	is	6	hours	of	Fine	Arts	and	12	hours	of	History.	
CD      112L Practicum for Curriculum Development through Play ....... 2                                  From	the	following,	choose	one	history	and	two	fine	arts	or	two	histories	
CD      105 Health, Safety and Nutrition ............................................... 2                and one fine arts: HIST 101, 102, 121, 122, 203; ART 131, 265, 266;
                                                                                                 14       MUS 113; THTR 111; DNC 101; HUM 221, 222
Spring Semester                                                                                        * Physical Education Requirement: Choose one activity course.
CD      106 Guiding Young Children ...................................................... 3
CD	     113	 Family	and	Community	Collaboration ............................... 3                       CHIlD DEVEloPMENt
CD      114 Curriculum Development/Implementation - 3 to 3rd ........ 3                                Associate of Science Degree (Career Degree)
CD      114L Curriculum Development/Implementation Prac ................. 2
CD      111 Introduction to Children with Special Needs .................... 3                         Fall Semester                                                                Credit Hours
ENG 102 English Composition ............................................................. 3            UNIV 102 Success Skills for Health Careers ....................................... 2
                                                                                                 17    CD      101 Professionalism ...................................................................... 2
Total Hours Required for Certificate: 31                                                               CD      102 Child Growth, Development and Learning ........................ 3
                                                                                                       CD      112 Curriculum Development through Play - Birth to 4 ........... 3
 CHIlD DEVEloPMENt                                                                                     CD      112L Curriculum Development through Play Prac- Birth to 4 .... 2
Associate of Arts Degree (Transfer Degree)                                                             CD      105 Health, Safety and Nutrition ............................................... 2
                                                                                                                                                                                                        14
The A.A. in Child Development transfers into a Bachelor of Arts (BA) Degree
program at ENMU-Portales.                                                                              Spring    Semester
                                                                                                       CD         106 Guiding Young Children ...................................................... 3
Fall Semester                                                                Credit Hours
                                                                                                       CD	        113	 Family	and	Community	Collaboration	 .............................. 3
UNIV 102 Success Skills for Health Careers ....................................... 2
                                                                                                       CD         114 Curriculum Development/Implementation- 3 to 3rd ......... 3
CD      101 Professionalism ...................................................................... 2
                                                                                                       CD         114L Curriculum Development/Implementation Prac ................. 2
CD      102 Child Growth, Development and Learning ........................ 3
                                                                                                       CD         111 Introduction to Children with Special Needs .................... 3
CD      112 Curriculum Development through Play - Birth to 4 ........... 3
                                                                                                       ENG        102 English Composition ............................................................. 3
CD      112L Practicum for Curriculum Development through Play ...... 2
                                                                                                                                                                                                      17
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Summer Session                                                                                        entry-level computer/administrative support position in a business. All of the
ENG 104 English Composition and Research .................................... 3                       courses in this program will apply toward obtaining a two-year Associate
COMM 101 Interpersonal Communication ............................................. 3                  of Applied Science Degree in Computer Applications and Support.
                                                                                                6
                                                                                                      Fall Semester                                                                  Credit Hours
Fall Semester
                                                                                                      ACCT     201            Principles of Accounting I ............................................... 4
CD      201 Infant and Toddler Development ........................................ 3
                                                                                                      CAS      101            Basic Computer Skills I ................................................... 3
CD      202 Play in Early Childhood ....................................................... 3
                                                                                                      CAS      210            Employability Skills & Customer Service ...................... 3
CD      203 Children with Special Needs .............................................. 3
                                                                                                      CIS      241            Internet Technologies ...................................................... 3
CD      210 Introduction to Language, Literacy & Reading ................ 3
                                                                                                      UNIV     101            Success Skills for College and Career ......................... 3
PSY     201 Child Psychology .................................................................. 3
                                                                                                                                                                                                         16
----    ----  Social Science Requirement ................................................ 3
                                                                                              18
                                                                                                      Spring Semester
                                                                                                      CAS      151    Basic Computer Skills II .................................................. 3
Spring Semester
                                                                                                      CAS      263 Microsoft Word ............................................................... 3
CD      206 Parenting Seminar ................................................................ 3
                                                                                                      CAS      263L Microsoft Word Lab ........................................................ 1
CD      207 Curriculum for Children with Special Needs .................... 3
                                                                                                      CAS      264 Desktop Publishing .......................................................... 3
CD      208 Assessment of Children and Evaluation of Program ....... 3
                                                                                                      CIS      182    Ethics in Information Technology ................................... 1
CD      209 Child Development Practicum ............................................. 5
                                                                                                      CIS      185    Intro to Computer Information Systems ......................... 3
HPE     ---  Physical Education Requirement ......................................... 1
                                                                                                                                                                                                14
                                                                                             15
                                                                                                      Total Hours Required for Certificate: 30
Total Hours Required for Degree: 70

CAS         274L    Microsoft
                      Excel Lab.............................................................. 1        CoMPUtER aPPlICatIoNs aND sUPPoRt
CAS         284     Microsoft
                      Access ................................................................. 3      Associate of Applied Science Degree
CAS         284L      Access Lab ........................................................... 1
                    Microsoft
CAS         285     Microsoft
                      PowerPoint............................................................ 3        The Associate of Applied Science Degree (A.A.S.) in Computer Applications
CAS         285L    Microsoft
                      PowerPoint Lab .................................................... 1           and Support transfers into a Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (BAAS)
                                                                                              16      Degree at ENMU.
Total Hours Required for Certificate: 16                                                              This two-year course of study provides students the opportunity to learn
                                                                                                      computer applications, desktop troubleshooting, security issues, and project
 CoMPUtER aPPlICatIoNs                                                                                management skills. Skills Assessment Management software also prepares
                                                                                                      students for the MOS (Microsoft Office Specialist) exams. In the fourth
 & sUPPoRt                                                                                            semester, students have an opportunity to apply their acquired skills and
Certificate of Employability                                                                          knowledge in the workplace through an internship in their last semester
Note: In order to improve student success probability and reduce                                      of study.
        unnecessary attrition, all students must take the University Skills                           Fall Semester                                                           Credit Hours
        Placement Test prior to entering the program.                                                 CAS     101 Basic Computer Skills I ........................................................ 3
The Computer Applications and Support Certificate is designed to help                                 UNIV 101 Success Skills for College and Career............................... 3
students acquire the necessary skills to obtain an entry-level computer/                              CAS     210 Employability Skills & Customer Service............................ 3
administrative support position in business. All of the courses in this program                       CIS     185 Introduction to Computer Information Systems ................. 3
will apply toward obtaining a two-year Associate of Applied Science                                   ENG 102 English Composition ........................................................... 3
Degree in Com\]puter Applications and Support.                                                                                                                                                   15

CAS         263       Word .................................................................... 3
                    Microsoft                                                                         Spring Semester
CAS         263L      Word Lab ............................................................. 1
                    Microsoft                                                                         CAS     151 Basic Computer Skills II ....................................................... 3
CAS         274       Excel ..................................................................... 3
                    Microsoft                                                                         CAS     241 Business Math & Calculating Machines ............................ 3
CAS         274L      Excel Lab.............................................................. 1
                    Microsoft                                                                         CAS     171 Business English Applications .............................................. 3
CAS         284       Access ................................................................. 3
                    Microsoft                                                                         CIS     182 Ethics in Information Technology ........................................ 1
CAS         284L      Access Lab ........................................................... 1
                    Microsoft                                                                         ACCT    201 Principles of Accounting I .................................................... 4
CAS         285       PowerPoint............................................................ 3
                    Microsoft                                                                         BUS     151 Introduction to Business ....................................................... 3
CAS         285L    Microsoft
                      PowerPoint Lab .................................................... 1                                                                                                           17
                                                                                                16    Fall Semester
Total Hours Required for Certificate: 16                                                              CAS     263 Microsoft Word .................................................................... 3
                                                                                                      CAS     263L Microsoft Word Lab ............................................................. 1
                                                                                                      CAS     274 Microsoft Excel ..................................................................... 3
 CoMPUtER aPPlICatIoNs aND sUPPoRt                                                                    CAS     274L Microsoft Excel Lab.............................................................. 1
Certificate of Occupational Training                                                                  CAS     264 Desktop Publishing ............................................................... 3
Note: In order to improve student success probability and reduce                                      BUS     201 Business Communication...................................................... 3
      unnecessary attrition, all students must take the University Skills                             CIS     241 Internet Technologies ........................................................... 3
      Placement Test prior to entering the program.                                                                                                                                                   17
                                                                                                      Spring Semester
The Computer Applications and Support Certificate is a one-year course                                CAS     294 CAS Internship..................................................................... 3
of study designed to help students acquire the necessary skills to obtain an                          CAS     284 Microsoft Access ................................................................. 3
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CAS        284L
             Microsoft Access Lab ........................................................... 1   Spring Semester
CAS        285
             Microsoft PowerPoint............................................................ 3   Fine	Arts	Requirement:	Common	CoreVb .................................................... 3
CAS          Microsoft PowerPoint Lab .................................................... 1
           285L                                                                                   STAT     213 Statistical Methods
CIS        189
             Helpdesk Technologies ........................................................ 3                     or
COMM         Interpersonal Communication ............................................. 3
           101                                                                                    STAT     215 Statistical Applications ........................................................ 4
                                                                                            17    PSCI     103 Introduction to State and Local Government .................... 3
Total Hours Required for Degree: 66                                                               HIST     101 Survey of American History to 1877
                                                                                                                   or
                                                                                                  HIST     102 Survey of American History since 1877............................ 3
 CRIMINal JUstICE                                                                                 CJ        ----- 200 level CJ course not previously completed ................. 3
Associate of Arts Degree                                                                                                                                                                       16
                                                                                                  Total Hours Required for Degree: 65
The A.A. in Criminal Justice transfers to a Bachelor of Arts or Sciences
(BA/BS) Degree Program at ENMU. The Criminal Justice Associate
of Arts Degree Program prepares graduates to begin careers in law                                  DENtal PRogRaMs
enforcement, corrections, probation, and/or juvenile corrections. This                             DENtal EDUCatIoN PRogRaM
curriculum can serve as a terminal occupational degree program for                                Courses in the ENMU-Roswell Dental Education Program are designed
students seeking immediate employment in the private sector or in                                 to provide educational opportunities for students who are interested in a
government agencies at the local, state, or national level. The balanced                          dental career. In addition, some courses may meet the requirements for
liberal arts emphasis of this degree, which includes the study of law,                            continuing education needed by individuals working in the dental field.
criminal justice, social sciences, humanities, behavioral sciences,                               Students may enroll in any of the dental program courses after completion
natural sciences, and general education courses, can apply toward a                               of the University Skills Placement Test and any appropriate developmental
bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice or other majors at several of New                           courses or with permission of the instructor.
Mexico’s four-year state universities. Students who plan to transfer
to an upper-level institution should consult catalogs and advisors at                             Students entering DHYG 113 Preclinical Dental Program Seminar and/or
those institutions to determine transferability of all courses taken at                           DHYG 114 Preclinical Dental Program Practicum must have completed all
ENMU-Roswell.                                                                                     immunization requirements by the end of the first week of class.

Students who have successfully completed: 1) a New Mexico                                         Continuation in the Certificate in Dental Assisting or the Associate Degree
Department of Public Safety basic or NMDPS-approved satellite                                     in Dental Hygiene Program requires approval from a Review Committee to
police certification training academy or 2) the United States Border                              assure that students are ready to move forward in the curriculum.
Patrol	 Basic	 Training	 Program	 (USBPI),	 the	 Federal	 Air	 Marshal	 Basic	
Training	 Program	 (FAMTP),	 or	 the	 Land	 Management	 Basic	 Police	                            Dental    Education Program Courses                                      Credit Hours
Training Program (LMPT) will receive credit for CJ 102, CJ 202, CJ 215,                           DHYG       110 Head and Neck Anatomy ................................................... 3
CJ 289, and HPE 141 upon provision of an official transcript. Students                            DHYG       112 Tooth Morphology .............................................................. 1
who have successfully completed the New Mexico Department of                                      DHYG       113 Preclinical Dental Program Seminar ................................... 3
Corrections correctional officer basic training academy will receive                              DHYG       114 Preclinical Dental Program Practicum ................................. 2
credit for CJ 102 and CJ 203 upon provision of an official transcript.                            DHYG       115 Oral History and Embryology ............................................ 2

Fall Semester                                                          Credit Hours                DENtal assIstINg
UNIV 101 Success Skills for College and Career............................... 3                   Certificate of Occupational Training
ENG 102 English Composition ............................................................. 3
CAS       151 Basic Computer Skills II                                                            Note: In order to improve student success probability and reduce
                 or                                                                                     unnecessary attrition, all students must take the University Skills
CIS       185 Introduction to Computer Information Systems ................. 3                          Placement test prior to entering the program.
MATH 107 Intermediate Algebra ........................................................... 3       Students seeking continuation in the Dental Assisting Certificate Program
CJ        102 Introduction to Criminal Justice ........................................... 3      must achieve a grade of “C” or higher in each DAST, DHYG, ENG and
                                                                                           15     MDST class to complete graduation requirements.
Spring Semester
                                                                                                  Mandatory drug screening is required during the first week of the program
Life Science Requirement: Common Core IIIa ............................................. 4
                                                                                                  and will be scheduled by the Division of Health faculty. Drug screening
COMM ___ Common Core I ................................................................... 3
                                                                                                  may be repeated based on requirements of clinical site contracts. Students
PSCI      102 American National Government......................................... 3
                                                                                                  must pass the mandatory drug screening and any mandatory screening
PSY       101 Introductory Psychology ...................................................... 3
                                                                                                  to remain in the program.
CJ         ----- 200 level CJ course not previously completed ................. 3
                                                                                           16     Students exhibiting signs of impaired clinical judgment related to suspected
                                                                                                  use of chemical substances, legal or otherwise, will be removed from the
Fall Semester                                                                                     classroom, laboratory, or clinical setting immediately. At that time, the
Physical Science Requirement: Common Core IIIb-e .................................. 4             instructor will implement steps according to the Division of Health Policy
ENG 104 English Composition and Research                                                          for Student Suspected Impairment. Appeals can be made according to the
                 or                                                                               process outlined in the Student Handbook.
ENG 233 Technical Writing .................................................................. 3
SOC      212 Contemporary Social Issues................................................ 3         First Year Requirements                                      Credit Hours
HPE      141 Exercise and Wellness ......................................................... 2    Completion of the University Skills Placement Test requirements and
CJ        ----- Two 200 level CJ course not previously completed......... 6                       completion of any appropriate developmental courses if necessary.
                                                                                           18     UNIV 102 Success Skills for Health Careers ....................................... 2
                                                                                                                    2011 - 2013 Catalog • 31
MDST        102 Medical Terminology ........................................................... 3                         date will be awarded the progression slot.
ENG         102 English Composition ............................................................. 3               8.      Have completed all immunization requirements for the
EMS         101 Basic Life Support Provider (CPR) ...................................0.5                                  program.
                                                                                                       Mandatory drug screening is required during the first week of the program
Spring Semester Courses Offered                                                                        and will be scheduled by the Division of Health faculty. Students must pass
NOTE: Before continuing in the Dental Assisting courses, students must                                 the mandatory drug screening to remain in the program. Students exhibiting
complete all immunization requirements for the program.                                                signs of impaired clinical judgment related to suspected use of chemical
DHYG 110 Head and Neck Anatomy ................................................... 3                   substances, legal or otherwise, will be removed from the classroom,
DHYG 112 Tooth Morphology ............................................................... 1            laboratory, or clinical setting immediately. At that time, the instructor will
DHYG 113 Preclinical Dental Program Seminar ................................... 3                      implement steps according to the Division of Health Policy for Student
DHYG 114 Preclinical Dental Program Practicum ................................. 2                      Suspected Impairment. Appeals can be made according to the process
DHYG 115 Oral Histology and Embryology ........................................ 2                      outlined in the Student Handbook.
                                                                                                       Level I Courses:                                                           Credit Hours
Level I Requirements
                                                                                                       ENG 102          English Composition ......................................................... 3
Summer Session                                                               Credit Hours
                                                                                                       MATH 107         Intermediate Algebra ....................................................... 3
DHYG 205 Dental Radiography ............................................................. 3
                                                                                                       BIOL 209         Human Anatomy & Physiology I and Lab ....................... 4
              (or certification in New Mexico)
                                                                                                       BIOL 210         Human Anatomy & Physiology II and Lab ...................... 4
DAST 113 Dental Assisting II ................................................................. 4
                                                                                                       BIOL 214/L Microbiology and Lab ................................................ 3/1
DAST 117 Practicum II ............................................................................ 1
                                                                                                       CHEM 121/L Survey of General Chemistry and Lab....................3/1
                                                                                                       PSY      101     Introductory Psychology .................................................... 3
Fall Semester
                                                                                                       SOC 101          Introductory Sociology ...................................................... 3
MDST 106 Professional Development.................................................... 2
                                                                                                       EMS 101          Basic Life Support Provider (CPR) .................................0.5
MDST 115 Administrative Dental Assisting............................................ 3
                                                                                                       Human Nutrition Course (from accredited university) ................................ 3
DAST 118 Practicum III........................................................................... 2
DAST 129 Preventive Dentistry .............................................................. 2
                                                                                                       Total Level I Hours Required: 31.5
DHYG 221 Dental Materials ................................................................... 3
                                                                                                       Spring
Total Hours Required for Certificate: 39.5                                                             DHYG 110        Head and Neck Anatomy ................................................ 3
                                                                                                       DHYG 112        Tooth Morphology ............................................................. 1
 DENtal HYgIENE                                                                                        DHYG 113        Preclinical Dental Program Seminar................................. 3
Associate of Applied Science                                                                           DHYG 114        Preclinical Dental Program Practicum .............................. 2
The ENMU-Roswell Associate of Applied Science in Dental Hygiene                                        DHYG 115        Oral Histology and Embryology ..................................... 2
provides the didactic and clinical skills necessary to meet today’s changing                                                                                                                        11
oral health care needs. The program in dental hygiene is accredited                                    Summer
by the Commission on Dental Accreditation and has been granted the                                     DHYG 205        Dental Radiography........................................................... 3
accreditation status of initial accreditation. The Commission is a specialized
accrediting body recognized by the United States Department of Education.                              Level II Courses in Dental Hygiene
The Commission on Dental Accreditation can be contacted at (312) 440-                                  Fall Semester                                                                                   Credit H
4653 or at 211 East Chicago Avenue, Chicago, IL 60611. The program                                     DHYG 223 Clinical Dental Hygiene Seminar I .................................... 2
is approved through the New Mexico Department of Higher Education.                                     DHYG 224L Clinical Dental Hygiene I .................................................... 3
Credit hour ratios: Lecture 1:1, Laboratory 1:3, Clinic 1:4, Practicum 1:6.                            DHYG 227 General and Oral Pathology .............................................. 3
                                                                                                       DHYG 231 Periodontology...................................................................... 3
An applicant who wishes to be considered for continuation into the                                     COMM 101 Interpersonal Communication.............................................. 3
Dental Hygiene program must submit a Request for Continuation                                                                                                                                      14
to the Dental Hygiene program by October 1. To be considered for                                       Spring Semester
continuation, students must meet the following at the time of review                                   DHYG 221 Dental Materials ................................................................... 3
by the Review Committee:                                                                               AHTH 202 Pharmacology for Allied Health ......................................... 3
                                                                                                       DHYG 225L Clinical Dental Hygiene II ................................................... 3
            1.      Be in good standing with the university.                                           DHYG 226 Clinical Dental Hygiene Seminar II .................................... 1
            2.      Have all required documentation on file in the                                                                                                                                 10
                    Admissions and Records Office.                                                     Summer Session
            3.      Have a current application to ENMU-Roswell on                                      DHYG 233 Clinical Dental Hygiene Seminar III ................................... 2
                    file in the Admission and Records Office.                                          DHYG 234L Clinical Dental Hygiene III ................................................. 3
            4.      Have completed all required developmental courses based                            DHYG 235 Dental Public Health ............................................................ 3
                    on completion of the placement examination.                                                                                                                                      8
            5.      Have completed all Level I courses.                                                Fall Semester
            6.      Have a 2.50 or higher GPA in the Level I requirements                              DHYG 237 Local Anesthesia and Pain Control .................................... 2
                    excluding developmental courses.                                                   DHYG 243 Clinical Dental Hygiene Seminar IV................................... 2
            7.      If students have a tie on GPA for the required first                               DHYG 244L Clinical Dental Hygiene IV .................................................. 3
                    year courses for the last remaining slot for                                       DHYG 245 Principles of Practice ............................................................ 2
                    progression into the dental hygiene core courses, .........                                                                                                                      9
                    the date on the students’ review application for ............
                    progression will be used to break the tie. The student
                                                                                                       Total Hours Required for Degree:                     86.5
                    who has the earliest review application
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 EMERgENCY MaNagEMENt                                                                               EMERgENCY MaNagEMENt -
                                                                                                    aDVaNCED PRoFEssIoNal DEVEloPMENt
                                                                                                   Certificate of Employability
ENMU-Roswell offers Certificates of Employability and a Certificate
of Occupational Training in Emergency Management that focus on
                                                                                                   This certificate requires completion of five required courses (ten credit hours)
preparedness and the skills needed to organize and lead emergency
                                                                                                   and eight credit hours of elective courses.
management organizations. Individuals who wish to obtain college
credit	for	completion	of	FEMA	(Federal	Emergency	Management	Agency)	
                                                                                                   Required Courses
courses from the Emergency Management Institute (EMI) will find this
                                                                                                   EM 200        Incident Command System/
program valuable. Courses are also offered in collaboration with the New
                                                                                                                 Emergency Operations Center (G191) ............................. 2
Mexico Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management,
                                                                                                   EM 201        Local Situation (RAPID)
and university faculty teaching these courses are Master Trainers meeting
                                                                                                                 Assessment Workshop (G250.7) ....................................... 1
the	standards	required	by	FEMA	and	the	Department.	
                                                                                                   EM 202        Recovery from Disaster:
Credit for FEMA Course Completion                                                                                The Local Government Role (G270.4) .............................. 2
To receive college credit through prior learning for each course listed in                         EM 203        Emergency Operations Center (EOC)
the	certificate	program	that	has	been	completed	through	FEMA;	the	student	                                       Management and Operations (G275).............................. 3
must	 provide	 a	 copy	 of	 the	 FEMA	 EMI	 certificate	 and	 final	 examination	                  EM 204        Mitigation Planning Workshop
results or proof of satisfactory completion for each course. College credit                                      for Local Governments (G318) ........................................... 2
will be given for each course following receipt of proof of satisfactory                                                                                                                10
completion. The grade awarded for each course will be based on one
of two criteria:                                                                                   Elective Courses
  1. A grade of 75% or higher received on the course final exam OR                                 EM 205         Community Mass Care Management (G108) ................. 2
  2. A grade based on satisfactory completion of the course.                                       EM 206         Emergency Management Operations
Process for obtaining college credit through courses completed in the                                             for Local Governments (G110) ........................................... 3
FEMA	EMI	Program:                                                                                  EM 207         Exercise Program Management (G137)............................ 3
   1. Complete ENMU-Roswell application for admission.                                             EM 208         Emergency Planning and
	 	 2.	 Complete	 university	 application	 to	 request	 credit	 for	 FEMA	                                        Special Needs Populations (G197) ................................... 3
course(s).                                                                                         EM 209         Debris Management (G202).............................................. 1
   3. Mail application for credit request, copy of course certificate,                             EM		210			     Hazardous	Weather	and	Flood	Preparedness	(G271) ... 1
     and results for final course examination to the University.                                   EM 211         Warning Coordination (G272) .......................................... 2
     ENMU-Roswell                                                                                  EM 212         Local Volunteer and Donations Management (G288) .... 1
           Emergency Medical Services Program                                                      EM 213         Basic Public Information Officers (G290) ......................... 3
           Emergency Management Certificate Program                                                EM 214         Evacuation and Re-Entry Planning (G358) ....................... 2
           PO Box 6000                                                                             EM		215			     Flood	Fight	Operations	(G361).......................................... 3
           Roswell, New Mexico 88202-6000                                                          EM 216         Multi-Hazard Emergency Planning for Schools (G362) .. 1
   4. Proof of approval for each credit will be provided within 4 weeks after                      EM		217			     Mass	Fatalities	Incident	Response	(G386)........................ 2
      receipt of the required materials.                                                           EM 218         Advanced Incident Command System (G400) ................ 2
                                                                                                   EM 219         Homeland Security Planning
Credit Through ENMU-Roswell Course Completion                                                                     for Local Governments (G408) .......................................... 2
Students who complete the course work through ENMU-Roswell must                                    EM 220         NIMS Resource Management (IS 703) ............................ 1
follow the Campus registration and enrollment process. Cost is based
on the current tuition cost including all required fees. Course syllabi                                         Required Credit Hours:                    10
detail the course requirements and grading criteria.                                                             Elective Credit Hours:                    8
                                                                                                   Total Hours Required for Certificate:                  18
Note: In order to improve student success probability and reduce
unnecessary attrition, all students who complete the course work for the
Emergency Management Certificate of Occupational Training certificates
                                                                                                    EMERgENCY MaNagEMENt -
through ENMU-Roswell must take the University Skills Placement Test prior
                                                                                                    aDVaNCED PRoFEssIoNal DEVEloPMENt
to entering the program.                                                                           Certificate of Occupational Training

                                                                                                   The Certificate of Occupational Training requires that students
 EMERgENCY MaNagEMENt -                                                                            complete the following steps or provide college transcripts to prove
 PRoFEssIoNal DEVEloPMENt                                                                          that the required prerequisite courses have been completed through
Certificate of Employability                                                                       another university system or that the student has completed a degree
                                                                                                   in an accredited university system.
EM   150        Exercise Design (IS 139) ..................................................... 2
EM   151        Principles of Emergency Management (IS 230) .............. 1                       Prerequisites for entry into program:
EM   152        Emergency Planning (IS 235) ............................................. 1          1. Complete the University Skills Placement Test requirements and
EM   153        Leadership and Influence (IS 240) .................................... 1                appropriate developmental courses, if necessary.
EM   154        Decision-Making and Problem Solving (IS 241) .............. 1                        2. Complete UNIV 102 with a grade of “C” or higher.
EM   155        Effective Communication (IS 242)...................................... 1
EM   156        Developing and Managing Volunteers (IS 244) .............. 1                       Required Courses
                                                                                                   COMM 101 Interpersonal Communications ............................................ 3
Total Hours Required for Certificate: 8                                                            SOC 101       Introduction to Sociology .................................................... 3
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EM    150         Exercise Design (IS139) ...................................................... 2   the New Mexico State Licensure and/or National Registry of EMT’s
EM    151         Principles of Emergency Management (IS230) ................ 1                      examination.
EM    152         Emergency Planning (IS235) .............................................. 1
                                                                                                     ENMU-Roswell offers refresher courses for all levels of service and
EM    153         Leadership and Influence (IS240) ...................................... 1
                                                                                                     continuing education courses that are of interest to the Medical and
EM    154         Decision-Making and Problem Solving (IS241) ................ 1
                                                                                                     Emergency Medical Services community.
EM    155         Effective Communication (IS242) ....................................... 1
EM    156         Developing and Managing Volunteers (IS244) ............... 1                       Requirements for Continuation in the EMS Program
EM    200         Incident Command System/                                                           Students must achieve a grade of “C” or better in all required EMS
                  Emergency Operations Center (G191) ............................. 2                 program courses in order to continue in the program.
EM 201            Local Situation (RAPID)                                                            Note: Special requirements may need to be fulfilled prior to acceptance
                  Assessment Workshop (G250.7) ...................................... 1                    into the EMS Program. Please contact the EMS Program Director
EM 202            Recovery from Disaster:                                                                  at (575) 624-7359 for additional information.
                  The Local Government Role (G270.4) .............................. 2
EM 203            Emergency Operations Center (EOC)                                                  All courses which have a corequisite lab must be taken together for credit
                  Management and Operations (G275).............................. 3                   on initial and subsequent attempts.
EM 204            Mitigation Planning Workshop                                                       Because of ongoing changes in accreditation and licensure
                  for Local Governments (G318) ........................................... 2         requirements in EMS, this Catalog applies to all students entering or
                                                                                               24    reentering the EMS Program during the current Catalog school year.

In addition, the student must complete eight credit hours from the elective                          Mandatory drug screening and criminal background checks are required
courses listed below that are included in the Advanced Professional                                  for all EMS students prior to entering the clinical areas. This will be
Development track.                                                                                   scheduled by the Division of Health EMS faculty. Drug screening may be
                                                                                                     repeated based on requirements of clinical site contracts. Students must pass
EM 205       Community Mass Care Management (G108) ................. 2                               the mandatory drug screening and any mandatory screening to remain in
EM 206       Emergency Management Operations                                                         the program. Students should contact their instructor for details. Students
             for Local Governments (G110) ........................................... 3              must pass the mandatory drug screening and not have significant criminal
EM 207       Exercise Program Management (G137)............................ 3                        offenses to remain in the program. Appeals can be made according to
EM 208       Emergency Planning and                                                                  the process outlined in the Student Handbook. Students exhibiting signs of
             Special Needs Populations (G197) ................................... 3                  impaired clinical judgment related to suspected use of chemical substances,
EM 209       Debris Management (G202).............................................. 1                legal or otherwise, will be removed from the classroom, laboratory, or
EM		210	     Hazardous	Weather	and	Flood	Preparedness	(G271) ... 1                                   clinical setting immediately. At that time, the instructor will implement
EM 211 Warning Coordination (G272) ..................................................... 2           steps according to the Division of Health Policy for Student Suspected
EM 212       Local Volunteer and Donations Management (G288) .... 1                                  Impairment. Appeals can be made according to the process outlined in
EM 213       Basic Public Information Officers (G290) ......................... 3                    the Student Handbook.
EM 214       Evacuation and Re-Entry Planning (G358) ....................... 2
EM		215	     Flood	Fight	Operations	(G361).......................................... 3
                                                                                                      EMERgENCY MEDICal tECHNICIaN
EM 216       Multi-Hazard Emergency Planning for Schools (G362) .. 1
                                                                                                     Certificate of Employability
       M
EM		217	 ass	Fatalities	Incident	Response	(G386) .................................. 2
EM 218       Advanced Incident Command System (G400) ................ 2                              Note: In order to improve student success probability and reduce
EM 219       Homeland Security Planning                                                                    unnecessary attrition, all students must take the University Skills
             for Local Governments (G408) .......................................... 2                     Placement Test prior to entering the program.
EM 220       NIMS Resource Management (IS703) ............................. 1
                                                                                                     This ten credit hour (10) course of study consists of approximately
              Required Credit Hours                               24                                 200 clock hours of classroom and clinical time, providing a solid
              Elective Credit Hours                                8                                 introduction to the field of pre-hospital emergency medical care.
Total Credit Hours Required for Certificate                  32                                      Emphasis is placed on recognition and basic life support treatment
                                                                                                     of emergency medical and traumatic conditions. After successful
                                                                                                     completion of the program, the graduate is eligible for the EMS
 EMERgENCY MEDICal sERVICEs                                                                          Bureau’s Exam and the National Registry of EMT’s Exam and capable
The ENMU-Roswell’s Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Program is                                       of performing the following functions at the minimum entry-level:
an EMS Bureau Training Program. In addition, the Paramedic Program                                   	 •	 Recognize	 the	 nature	 and	 seriousness	 of	 the	 patient’s	 condition	 or	
is accredited by the Committee on Accreditation of Allied Health                                          extent of injuries to assess requirements for emergency medical
Educational Programs for the Emergency Medical Service Professions.                                       care.
The EMS Program is designed for students who desire a career in                                      	 •	 Administer	appropriate	emergency	medical	care	based	on	assessment	
pre-hospital emergency medicine. The program provides the student                                         findings of the patient’s condition.
with the theoretical and practical preparation to qualify the successful                             	 •	 Lift,	 move,	 position	 and	 otherwise	 handle	 the	 patient	 to	 minimize	
graduate at four levels of service: 1) Emergency Medical Responder,                                       discomfort and prevent further injury.
2) Emergency Medical Technician 3) Advanced Emergency Medical                                        	 •	 Perform	 safely	 and	 effectively	 the	 expectations	 of	 the	 job	
Technician, or 4) Paramedic. These levels of instruction meet or exceed                                   description.
the New Mexico EMS Minimal Curriculum Standards. The Emergency                                       Requirements for Acceptance into the Program:
Medical Responder, EMT, Advanced EMT , and Paramedic also meet                                        1) Completion of college admission requirements.
or exceed the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration National                                 2) Completion of University Skills Placement Testing.
Standard Curriculum for these levels.                                                                 3) Students must be sixteen years of age or older at the time of
Upon successful completion of a level, the graduate is eligible to take                                  enrollment.
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  4) Completion of health guidelines of clinical agencies.                                                  Course Requirements (EMT Transition)
  5) Mandatory drug screening is required during the first week of                                          EMS     112 EMT Transition ...................................................................... 6
     the	 program	 and	 will	 be	 scheduled	 by	 the	 EMS	 Faculty.	 Students	                              EMS     113 EMT Capstone ...................................................................0.5
     must pass the mandatory drug screening to remain in the program.                                       Total Hours Required for Certificate: 6.5
     Appeals can be made according to the process outlined in the Student
     Handbook.
                                                                                                             aDVaNCED EMERgENCY MEDICal
Course Requirements                                                               Credit Hours               tECHNICIaN (aEMt)
EMS     101 BLS (Basic Life Support)-Provider .....................................0.5                      Certificate of Employability
EMS     111 EMT........................................................................................ 7
EMS     111L EMT Practicum ...................................................................... 2         Note:       In order to improve student success probability and reduce
EMS     113 EMT Capstone ...................................................................0.5                         unnecessary attrition, all students must take the University Skills
                                                                                                     10                 Placement Test prior to entering the program.
Total Hours Required for Certificate: 10                                                                    This course of study consists of 218 (minimum) clock hours of classroom and
                                                                                                            clinical time. The curriculum includes patient assessment, intravenous and fluid
 alternative Paths for EMt Course Certificates                                                              therapy, respiratory emergencies with special emphasis on advanced airway
Emergency Medical Responder to Emergency Medical Technician                                                 management, drug therapy and management of the traumatized patient. This
This 120-hour class prepares currently licensed Emergency Medical                                           program is based on the New Mexico EMS Minimal Curriculum Standard.
Responders to administer out-of-hospital emergency medical care. The                                        Upon successful completion of the program the graduate is eligible to take
laboratory component provides practice in patient assessment, airway                                        the EMS Bureau Licensing Exam.
management, CPR, automatic external defibrillation, oxygen delivery,                                        Requirements for Acceptance into the Program:
PAST, basic medication administration, dressings and hemorrhage control,                                     1. Completion of college admission requirements.
splinting, spinal immobilization, childbirth, lifting and moving patients, and                               2. Notarized New Mexico State EMT License.
extrication. This course includes clinical experience in a hospital emergency                                3. Successful completion of the AEMT pretest.
department and/or ambulance service. Students who successfully complete                                      4. Completion of University Skills Placement Testing.
this course are eligible to sit for New Mexico State EMT Licensure Exams.                                    5. Completion of health guidelines of clinical agencies.
Requirements for Acceptance into the Program:                                                                6. Current CPR Certification.
  1) Completion of college admission requirements.                                                           7. Mandatory drug screening is required during the first week of
  2) Completion of University Skills Placement Testing.                                                         the	 program	 and	 will	 be	 scheduled	 by	 the	 EMS	 Faculty.	 Students	
  3) Students must be sixteen and a half (16.5) years of age or older at                                        must pass the mandatory drug screening to remain in the program.
      the time of enrollment.                                                                                   Appeals can be made according to the process outlined in the Student
  4) Completion of health guidelines of clinical agencies.                                                      Handbook.
	 5)	 Current	Certified	First	Responder	 or	 satisfactory	 completion	of	 EMS	                              Course     Requirements                                                    Credit Hours
      within two years.                                                                                     EMS        175 AdvancedEMT ..................................................................... 8
  6) Current AHA BLS Health Care Provider Certification.                                                    EMS                    EMT Practicum Lab ............................................ 1
                                                                                                                       175L Advanced
  7) The Medical Director and the Program Director have final authority                                     EMS                    EMT Clinical Practicum .................................... 1
                                                                                                                       176L Advanced
      on admission.                                                                                         EMS        177 AdvancedEMT Capstone ................................................0.5
Course Requirements (Emergency Medical Responder to EMT                                                                                                                                                10.5
Bridge)                                                                                                     Total Hours Required for Certificate: 10.5
Hours
EMS     110 Emergency Medical Responder to EMT Bridge ............... 8                                      EMERgENCY MEDICal tECHNICIaN-PaRaMEDIC
EMS     113 EMT Capstone ...................................................................0.5             Certificate of Occupational Training
Total Hours Required for Certificate:                                                       8.5
                                                                                                            Note: In order to improve student success probability and reduce
EMT Transition                                                                                                    unnecessary attrition, all students must take the University Skills
This program utilizes the Department of Transportation National Standard                                          Placement Test prior to entering the program.
Curriculum for the training of the EMT. It gives recognition of learned
knowledge in patient care by advance level providers. The emphasis is on                                    The Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell’s Paramedic Program is
transition of emergency care by the advance level providers who do not                                      accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education
possess an EMT Certificate. This is an intensive program which starts with a                                Programs (www.caahep.org) upon recommendation of the Committee on
complete online program to review all components of the EMT Curriculum,                                     Accreditation of Educational Programs for Emergency Medical Services
and ends with a week-long immersion into the practical application of the                                   Professions (CoAEMSP).
EMT	 Skills	 and	 Knowledge.	 	 Successful	 students	 will	 be	 able	 to	 take	 the	
National Registry of EMT Certification examination, prior to leaving.                                       Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Programs (CAAHEP)
                                                                                                            1361 Park Street
Requirements for Acceptance into the Program:                                                               Clearwater,	FL	33756	
 1) Completion of college admission requirements.                                                           (727) 210-2350
 2) Current AHA BLS Health Care Provider Certification.                                                     Fax:	(727)	210‑2354	
 3) Completion of health guidelines of clinical agencies.                                                   Please contact: mail@caahep.org if you have general questions about
 4) Current Registered Nurse, Military Medical Personnel, Certified                                         CAAHEP.
    Physician Assistant or Registered Respiratory Therapist (other
    professions can be considered on a case-by-case basis).                                                 Through the Committee on Accreditation of Educational Programs for the
 5) The Medical Director and the Program Director have final authority                                      Emergency Medical Services Professions (CoAEMSP).
    on admission.                                                                                           COAEMSP
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4104 W. Green Oaks Blvd Suite 305-599                                             drug screening and not have significant criminal offenses to remain in
Arlington, TX 76016                                                               the program. Drug screening may be repeated based on requirements
(817) 330-0080                                                                    of clinical site contracts. Students must pass the mandatory drug
Fax:	(817)	330‑0089                                                               screening and any mandatory screening to remain in the program.
http://www.coaemap.org                                                            Appeals can be made according to the process outlined in the Student
                                                                                  Handbook. Students exhibiting signs of impaired clinical judgment
The Eastern New Mexico University Roswell’s Education Program is a New            related to suspected use of chemical substances, legal or otherwise,
Mexico Approved EMS Training Program.                                             will be removed from the classroom, laboratory, or clinical setting
Office of Health Emergency Management                                             immediately. At that time, the instructor will implement steps according
Division of Epidemiology and Response                                             to the Division of Health Policy for Student Suspected Impairment.
New Mexico Department of Health                                                   Appeals can be made according to the process outlined in the Student
EMS Bureau                                                                        Handbook.
P.O. Box 26110
                                                                             ** Successful completion is a grade of “C” or greater.
Santa	Fe,	New	Mexico	87502
(505) 476-7821                                                               Readmission Policy for the Paramedic Program
http://www.nmems.org/                                                        Previously admitted students who have failed to complete the
                                                                             Paramedic program may apply for readmission but must meet the
The program consists of approximately 1600 hours of classroom, clinical,     following requirements:
and vehicular internship, and runs for approximately 14 consecutive
months. Admission to the program is limited. Interested students should       1. Students requesting readmission should schedule an appointment with
meet with the Program Director for advising. The curriculum meets or             the Paramedic Coordinator and begin the readmission process at least
exceeds standards of the Department of Transportation National Standard          90 days before the point of reentry into the Paramedic Program.
Curriculum for EMT Paramedic (1998). Upon successful completion of the        2. Students seeking readmission into the Paramedic Program must
Paramedic program, graduates will receive course completion certificates         prepare and submit a readmission packet to the Paramedic Program
and eligibility to take the National Registry Examination. In addition,          Admission Committee. This packet will, at a minimum, consist of the
graduates will receive NAEMT PHTLS-Advanced, AHA ACLS-EP, Vehicle                following:
Extrication, AHA PALS, and PEPP (Pediatric Education for Prehospital             a. Submit a petition letter to the Paramedic Program Admission
Professionals) certificates. Graduates will be prepared to take charge of        Committee. The petition letter must address the applicant’s academic
patient care in the pre-hospital setting.                                        standing at the time of any paramedic course withdrawal and/or
                                                                                 circumstances surrounding any paramedic course failure, and what
Requirements for Acceptance into the Program                                     action the student is taking to improve his/her academic success
In addition to meeting all entrance requirements for other divisions of          should he/she be admitted/readmitted to the Paramedic Program.
the University, applicants for the Paramedic Program must meet the               b. Submit final exam scores, both written and practical, to the
following requirements:                                                          Paramedic Program Admission Committee. The student must retake
                                                                                 and pass all final exams in all previously successfully completed
 1. High school diploma or GED certificate.                                      paramedic classes prior to review by the committee.
 2. Ability to do college level English, math, and reading as demonstrated       c. Submit proof that all Requirements for Acceptance into the
    by the following:                                                            Paramedic Program are currently being met.
    Successful completion of a college level English course (English          3. The Paramedic Program Admission Committee, which shall consist
    requirement)*;                                                               of the EMS Medical Director, EMS Program Director, Paramedic
    Successful completion of a college level math course (Math                   Coordinator, EMS Clinical Coordinator, and a faculty member
    requirement)*; and                                                           from outside the EMS Program, will review the student’s packet
    Successful completion of 30 credit hours at a college level (Reading         and will make one of the following rulings regarding the student’s
    requirement).*                                                               readmission:
    or                                                                       	 	 a.		 Full	admission	without	provision
    Required university scores on the ACT                                        b. Admission with provision
    or                                                                           c. Denial of admission
    Successful completion of the University Skills Placement Test and         4. Students who are not successful during their readmission must wait
    appropriate developmental courses.                                           at least one year before reapplying. Students must follow the above
 3. Successful completion of EMS 200/200L, A&P for EMS, or eight                 process.
    credits of anatomy and physiology.*
 4. Successful completion of Success Skills for Health Careers course (or    Transfer Students
    concurrent enrollment). *                                                Students seeking advanced placement by transferring from another
 5. Completion of Paramedic program application.                             paramedic must meet all the requirements for acceptance into the
 6. Notarized copy of NM EMT Intermediate license.                           paramedic program. In addition, applicants must meet the following:
 7. An interview with the Program Director.                                   1. Submit official transcripts from their program. A grade of “C” or better
 8. Successful completion of EMT skills practical test and EMT written           in all previous EMS courses is required.
    pretest. **                                                               2. Validation exam(s) may be required in the cognitive, psychomotor,
 9. Completion of health guidelines required by clinical agencies.               and clinical areas to determine the level at which the student may
10. Current CPR (Health Care Provider) certification.                            enter the program (additional fees may be required).
11. Mandatory drug screening and criminal background checks are               3. Students desiring advanced placement may be required to repeat
    required for all EMT-Paramedic students prior to entering the clinical       previously completed courses.
    areas. This will be scheduled by the EMS faculty. Students should         4. The Medical Director and the Program Director have final authority
    contact their instructor for details. Students must pass the mandatory       on admission.
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Advanced Placement Requirements                                                                        Included in those 12 hours must be at least 3 hours of EMS Electives.
Students seeking advanced placement as a RN, RRT, or other comparable                                  Please submit the following documents for review if seeking credit for
health care provider must meet all the requirements for acceptance into                                current licensure or certificate:]
the Paramedic Program. In addition applicants must meet the following:
                                                                                                             •	 Application	 for	 Admission	 (apply	 online	 at	 www.roswell.enmu.
 1. Successful completion of EMS 200/200L, A&P for EMS, or eight                                             edu)
    credit hours of Anatomy and Physiology.                                                                  •	 Notarized	 copy	 (front	 and	 back	 if	 applicable)	 of	 a	 current	 state	
 2. Completion of health guidelines required by clinical agencies.                                           and/or National Registry card or certificate
 3. Current Registered Nurse, EMT-Intermediate (I-99), Military Medical                                      •	 Official	 high	 school	 transcripts	 from	 an	 accredited	 institution	 OR	
    Personnel, Medical Technician (4N), Independent Duty Medical                                             satisfactory GED test scores. (Any high school, GED, or college
    Technician	 (IDMT),	 Special	 Forces	 Medical	 Sergeant	 (18D),	 HM	                                     transcripts must be sent directly to ENMU-Roswell from the school
    Submarine	 Force	 Independent	 Duty	 Corpsman,	 HM‑8403	 Fleet	                                          previously attended. Transcripts should be sent to: Eastern New
    Marine	Force	Reconnaissance	Independent	Duty	Corpsman,	Certified	                                        Mexico University-Roswell, P.O. Box 6000, ATTN: Admissions,
    Physician Assistant, or Registered Respiratory Therapist (other                                          Roswell, NM 88202.)
    professions will be considered on a case-by-case basis).                                           Please note the following:
                                                                                                             •	All	credit	awarded	for	certification	is	dependant	upon	approval	by	
Course  Requirements for Advanced Placement                                                                  the EMS Program Director.
EMS       254 Paramedic Transition ............................................................ 6            •	 All	 entering	 students	 are	 required	 to	 take	 the	 University	 Skills	
EMS       255 Paramedic Transition Practicum .......................................... 6                    Placement Test (ACCUPLACER) in English, math, and reading.
EMS	      256	 Paramedic	Transition	Clinical/Field	Practicum .................. 6                            Students may be exempt from portions or all of the Placement Test
Total Hours Required for Certificate of Occupational Training                                   18           with equivalent transfer credit and/or ACT scores of 19 or higher in
Course Requirements for COT                                                  Credit Hours                    each of the tested areas. ACT scores 5 years and older will not be
EMS       202 Introduction to Pre-Hospital Care ....................................... 3                    accepted. Copies of qualifying ACT scores should be sent to the
EMS       204 Pre-Hospital Respiratory Airway Management ................ 1                                  above-listed address. Please refer to ENMU-Roswell Catalog, page
EMS       204L Pre-Hospital Respiratory Airway Management Lab ......... 1                                    8, for further instructions on taking the ACCUPLACER test.
EMS       208 Pre-Hospital Pharmacology ................................................. 2            If you have further questions about receiving college credit for your
EMS       208L Pre-Hospital Pharmacology Lab ......................................... 1               EMT-Paramedic License or Certificate, please call the EMS Department
EMS       205 Patient Assessment and Assessment-based Mgt. .............. 2                            at (575) 624-7359 or refer to the EMS pages on the ENMU-Roswell Web
EMS       205L Patient Assessment and Assessment-based Mgt. Lab ....... 1                              site, www.roswell.enmu.edu, for specific program contacts.
EMS       214 Pre-Hospital Medical Life Support I ................................... 5                Students pursuing an Associate of Science degree in EMS must
EMS       214L Pre-Hospital Medical Life Support I Lab ........................... 1                   complete the Paramedic Certificate Program and the following
EMS       210 EMS Colloquium I ............................................................... 1       General Education requirements:
EMS       211L Clinical Practicum I .............................................................. 3
EMS       212L Vehicular Practicum I ........................................................... 1         I. Communication ........................................................................ 6 hours
EMS       222 EMS Operations .................................................................. 2             ENG 102 AND (one other) ENG, COMM OR BUS 201
EMS       222L EMS Operations Lab ........................................................... 1           II. Science ...................................................................................... 4 hours
EMS       206 Paramedic Trauma Life Support ......................................... 2                       BIOL, CHEM, GEOL, PHYS or others as approved by
EMS       206L Paramedic Trauma Life Support Lab .................................. 1                         program director
EMS       224 Pre-Hospital Medical Life Support II .................................. 5                  III. Mathematics ............................................................................. 3 hours
EMS       224L Pre-Hospital Medical Life Support II Lab .......................... 1                          MATH 107 or higher
EMS       232 Special Considerations in EMS .......................................... 3                 IV. Social and Behavioral Sciences ............................................. 3 hours
EMS       232L Special Considerations in EMS Lab .................................. 1                         Any course from area IV of the General Education Common Core
EMS       240 EMS Colloquium II .............................................................. 1       	 V.	 Humanities	and	Fine	Arts ........................................................ 3 hours
EMS       241L Clinical Practicum II ............................................................. 3          Any course from area V of the General Education Common Core
EMS       242L Vehicular Practicum II .......................................................... 1       VI. Computer Literacy .................................................................... 3 hours
EMS       250 EMS Colloquium .................................................................. 1             EMS 273, or Computer Literacy, course from area VII of the General
EMS       251L Clinical Practicum III ............................................................ 1          Education Common Core or approved by the program director
EMS       231L EMS Vehicular Internship .................................................... 5          VII. EMS Elective ............................................................................. 3 hours
Total Hours Required for Certificate: 50                                                                      EMS 150, 216, 217, 265, 266, 267, 268, 270, 272, 273, 277,
                                                                                                              285, 290, 291, 292, 295
Note: The Program Director and Medical Director may increase the
      number of clinical and internship hours.
                                                                                                                 General Education Total: 25
                                                                                                            Paramedic Certificate Program: 50
 EMERgENCY MEDICal sERVICEs                                                                            Total Hours Required for Degree: 75 hours
Associate of Science Degree
The A.S. in Emergency Medical Services transfers into a Bachelor of                                     ENgINEERINg aND DEsIgN
Applied Arts and Sciences (BAAS) Degree program at ENMU.
                                                                                                        tECHNologY
Credit for Industry Credentials
Any student with a nationally recognized EMT-Paramedic License                                         Drafting is the graphic language used by industry to communicate
or Certificate (State or National Registry) may be awarded college                                     ideas and plans, and take them from the creative design stage through
credit hours toward an EMS Associate of Science degree. Students                                       production. Students enrolled in this program receive training in the
are required to complete at least 12 hours of credit at ENMU-Roswell.                                  fundamental principals of technical drawing, standard procedures
                                                                                                       for producing designs, building structures, working-drawings,
                                                                                                                     2011 - 2013 Catalog                                                       • 37
mechanical devices indicating dimensions, fasteners and joining                                       ENGR 240 Commercial Architectural CAD ................................ 4
requirements, and other engineering data, proper drafting standards                                                                                                                                           18
of construction drawings, floor plans, elevations and diagrammatic                                    Fall Semester
drawings as required for manufacture and repair of structures.                                        CTE          210      Employability Skills..................................................... 3
                                                                                                      ENGR         212      Residential Architectural CAD................................... 4
Students gain knowledge of Computer Aided Drafting by utilizing the                                   ENGR         213      Civil/Survey CAD ...................................................... 4
latest industry standard 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional computer aided                               ENGR         220      Building Structures...................................................... 3
drafting software technology. This program provides students the skills
                                                                                                      ENGR         230      3-D Parametric CAD .................................................. 4
and knowledge of design concepts, fundamentals of drawing, Computer
                                                                                                                                                                                                             18
Aided Drafting (CAD) including parametric solid modeling and critical
                                                                                                      Total Hours Required for Certificate: 36
thinking skills. Graduates can obtain an entry-level position in computer
aided drafting and design.
                                                                                                       ENgINEERINg aND DEsIgN tECHNologY
 ENgINEERINg aND DEsIgN tECHNologY                                                                    Associate of Applied Science Degree
Certificate of Employability - Emphasis in Architechture                                              The A.A.S. Degree in Engineering and Design Technology transfers
                                                                                                      into a Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (BAAS) Degree program
Note: In order to improve student success probability and reduce                                      at ENMU.
      unnecessary att rition, all students must take the University Skills                            Note: In order to improve student success probability and reduce
      Placement Test prior to entering the program and complete any                                         unnecessary attrition, all students must take the University Skills
      remedial work necessary.                                                                              Placement Test prior to entering the program and complete any
                                                                                                            remedial work necessary.
Course Requirements                                                         Credit Hours
CTE     210 Employability Skills ............................................................... 3    Fall Semester                                                                        Credit Hours
ENGR    211 Introduction to CAD - Mechanical ..................................... 4                  ENGR 101 Introduction to Engineering ................................................ 1
ENGR    212 Residential Architectural CAD ............................................. 4             ENGR 111 Technical Drawing ................................................................ 4
ENGR    240 Commercial Architectural CAD ........................................... 4                ENGR 211 Introduction to CAD-Mechanical ........................................ 4
ENGR    245 Structural CAD ...................................................................... 3   UNIV 101 Success Skills for College and Career............................... 3
                                                                                                18                                                                                                             14
Total Hours Required for Certificate: 18                                                              Spring Semester
                                                                                                      CAS     135 Computer Applications for Technical Education ............... 3
                                                                                                      MATH 105 Technical Math ..................................................................... 3
 ENgINEERINg aND DEsIgN tECHNologY                                                                    ENGR 212 Residential Architectural CAD ............................................. 4
Certificate of Employability - Emphasis in Surveying                                                  ENGR 213 Civil/Survey CAD................................................................. 4
                                                                                                      ELEC     ----- Elective................................................................................... 3
Note: In order to improve student success probability and reduce                                                                                                                                               17
      unnecessary attrition, all students must take the University Skills                             Fall Semester
      Placement Test prior to entering the program and complete any                                   ENG 102 English Composition ............................................................. 3
      remedial work necessary.                                                                        ENGR 120 Architectural Modeling ........................................................ 1
                                                                                                      ENGR 205 Principles of Engineering ..................................................... 3
Course Requirements                                                        Credit Hours               ENGR 222 Plane Surveying .................................................................... 3
CTE     210 Employability Skills ............................................................... 3    ENGR 240 Commercial Architectural CAD ........................................... 4
ENGR    111 Technical Drawing ................................................................ 4      ENGR 245 Structural CAD ...................................................................... 3
ENGR    211 Introduction to CAD - Mechanical ..................................... 4                                                                                                                           17
ENGR    213 Civil/Survey CAD................................................................. 4       Spring Semester
ENGR    222 Plane Surveying .................................................................... 3    COMM ___ Common Core I .................................................................. 3
                                                                                               18     CTE          210      Employability Skills..................................................... 3
Total Hours Required for Certificate: 18                                                              ENGR	        125	     Fabrication	and	Design ............................................. 1
                                                                                                      ENGR         220      Building Structures...................................................... 3
 ENgINEERINg aND DEsIgN tECHNologY                                                                    ENGR         230      3-D Parametric CAD .................................................. 4
Certificate of Occupational Training                                                                  ENGR         294      Engineering and Design Internship .......................... 3
                                                                                                                                                                                                     17
Note: In order to improve student success probability and reduce                                      Total Hours Required for Degree: 65
      unnecessary attrition, all students must take the University Skills
      Placement Test prior to entering the program and complete any
      remedial work necessary.                                                                         FIRE PRotECtIoN tECHNologY
                                                                                                      Associate of Applied Science Degree
Fall Semester                                                                  Credit Hours
                                                                                                      The	A.A.S.	Degree	in	Fire	Protection	Technology	transfers	into	a	Bachelor	
ENGR        101     Introduction to Engineering ....................................... 3             of Applied Arts and Sciences (BAAS) Degree program at ENMU.
ENGR        111     Technical Drawing ..................................................... 4
ENGR        211     Introduction to CAD-Mechanical .............................. 4                   The modern fire service requires personnel with comprehensive
                                                                                                      knowledge	 of	 all	 phases	 of	 fire	 protection.	 The	 Fire	 Protection	
ENGR        222     Plane Surveying ......................................................... 3
                                                                                                      Technology Program provides instruction in general and specific areas
                                                                                                      of fire prevention, investigation, technology, and fire fighting tactics.
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Additional courses are offered in fire service administration, fire service
management, and EMS systems and delivery.
                                                                                                             HEatINg, VENtIlatIoN, aIR
Graduates of this program have the technical skills to function very
                                                                                                             CoNDItIoNINg-REFRIgERatIoN
effectively as fire service personnel at any level of fire service. Those                                    tECHNologY
with sufficient experience and motivation should also be able to attain                                     Heating, ventilation, air conditioning-refrigeration (HVACR) systems control
supervisory or management-level positions. Many of the courses offered                                      temperature, humidity, and the total air quality in residential, commercial,
meet or exceed national, state, and/or regional fire fighting certification                                 and industrial structures worldwide. Additionally, the food service
requirements	(ex.	Firefighter	1	and	Firefighter	2).	Check	with	the	instructor	                              and medical industries rely very heavily upon the reliability of heating
as to which classes meet your certification requirements.                                                   and cooling systems. HVACR technicians install, repair, and maintain
All	Fire	Technology	courses	are	instructed	using	the	team‑teaching	method.	                                 these systems using strong mathematical skills, computer literacy, and
Attendance is expected at all meetings; however, missed work may be                                         communication skills, in addition to hands-on skills related to the latest
made up if arrangements are made with the instructors.                                                      technology specific to HVACR equipment, tools, and systems. Student
                                                                                                            certification fees may apply and can vary from year to year. Consult the
Thirty‑six	 (36)	 hours	 of	 Fire	 Technology	 courses	 must	 be	 satisfactorily	                           fees section of the Catalog or program faculty for more information.
completed. Courses will be chosen from among the following curriculum
offerings.                                                                                                   CoMMERCIal REFRIgERatIoN
Course     Requirements (choose 36 hours)                                          Credit Hours             Certificate of Occupational Training
FPT		      101	 Introduction	to	Fire	Protection ............................................. 3
FPT		      102		 Fire	Prevention....................................................................... 3   General Education Requirement                           Credit Hours
FPT		      103		 Fire	Hydraulics	and	Equipment ........................................... 3                UNIV 101 Success Skills for College and Career............................... 3
FPT		      104		 Fire	Protection	Systems......................................................... 3
FPT		      105		 Fire	and	Arson	Investigation................................................ 3             Fall Semester
FPT		      106		 Building	Codes	and	Construction ....................................... 3                  ELEC    101 Introduction to Electricity ....................................................              4
FPT	       107		 Basic	Fire	Administration/Management ............................ 3                        HVAC 101 Intro to Air Conditioning and Refrigeration ......................                               4
FPT		      108		 Managing	a	Volunteer	Fire	Service ................................... 3                    HVAC 201 Refrigeration Cycle and Diagrams ....................................                            4
FPT		      201		 Advanced	Fire	Administration/Management .................... 3                             CTE     210 Employability Skills ..............................................................           3
FPT	       202		 Hazardous	and	Explosive	Materials .................................. 3                                                                                                                              15
FPT		      203		 Aircraft	Fire	Fighting	and	Rescue ........................................ 3               Spring    Semester
FPT	       204		 Fire	Fighting	Tactics	and	Strategy....................................... 3                ELEC       202 Advanced Electricity............................................................           4
FPT		      205		 EMS	Systems	Delivery	and	Management ......................... 3                            ELEC       203 HVAC/R Control Systems ...................................................                 4
FPT	       207		 Advanced	Vehicle	Extrication ............................................. 3               REFR	      202	 Ice	Makers ...........................................................................    4
EMS        111 EMT-Basic .............................................................................. 7   REFR	      205	 Refrigeration	Service	&	Problem	Analysis ........................                         4
EMS        111L EMT-Basic Practicum ............................................................ 2                                                                                                                   16
                                                                                                            Summer Session
Required General Education Curriculum                                                                       HVAC 294 Co-op/Internship Training.................................................... 3
UNIV 101 Success Skills for College and Career............................... 3
CHEM 121 Survey of General Chemistry .............................................. 3                       Total Hours Required for Certificate: 37
CHEM 121L Survey of General Chemistry Lab ...................................... 1
COMM ___ Common Core I .................................................................... 3                HEatINg, VENtIlatIoN, &
CIS     185 Introduction to Computer Information Systems                                                     aIR CoNDItIoNINg tECHNologY
                or                                                                                          Certificate of Occupational Training
CAS     151 Basic Computer Skills II ....................................................... 3
ENG 102 English Composition ............................................................. 3                 Note: In order to improve student success probability and reduce
MATH 107 Intermediate Algebra                                                                                     unnecessary attrition, all students must take the University Skills
                or                                                                                                Placement Test prior to entering the program and complete any
MATH 119 College Algebra ................................................................... 3                    developmental work necessary.
MGT 201 Principles of Management................................................... 3                       General Education Requirement                            Credit Hours
                or                                                                                          UNIV 101 Success Skills for College and Career............................... 3
BUS     151 Introduction to Business ....................................................... 3
HPE     ----   Physical Education Activity .................................................. 1             Fall Semester
PSY     101 Introductory Psychology                                                                         ELEC    101 Introduction to Electricity .................................................... 4
                or                                                                                          HVAC 101 Intro to Air Conditioning and Refrigeration ...................... 4
SOC     101 Introductory Sociology ........................................................ 3               HVAC 212 Heat Pumps .......................................................................... 4
‑‑‑‑		  ‑‑‑‑	  Humanities,	Fine	Arts,	Social	Sciences	                                                      HVAC	 235	 Air	Flow	Principles/Duct	Design ......................................... 4
               Requirement .......................................................................... 6                                                                                                   16
                                                                                                    35      Spring Semester
            General Education Hours: 35                                                                     ELEC    202 Advanced Electricity............................................................ 4
         Course Requirement Hours: 37                                                                       ELEC    203 HVAC/R Control Systems ................................................... 4
Total Hours Required for Degree: 72                                                                         CTE     210 Employability Skills .............................................................. 3
Note: Some courses may have prerequisites.                                                                  HVAC 203 HVAC Heating Systems ...................................................... 4
                                                                                                                                                                                                          15
                                                                                                            Summer Session
                                                                                                            HVAC 218 HVAC/R Service and Problem Analysis ........................... 4
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HVAC    294 Co-op/Internship Training.................................................... 3                  groom. Some accompany clients to doctors’ appointments or
                                                                                          7                  on other errands.
Total Hours Required for Certificate: 41
                                                                                                             Students who complete the program will be eligible to complete the
 HEatINg, VENtIlatIoN, aIR                                                                                   certification examination through the National Association for Home
 CoNDItIoNINg-REFRIgERatIoN tECHNologY                                                                       Care and Hospice certification for Homemaker/Home Care Aides.
Associate of Applied Science Degree
Note: In order to improve student success probability and reduce                                             Mandatory drug screening is required during the first week of the
      unnecessary attrition, all students must take the University Skills                                    program and will be scheduled by the Division of Health faculty.
      Placement Test prior to entering the program and complete any                                          Students must pass the mandatory drug screening to remain in the
      developmental work necessary.                                                                          program. Drug screening may be repeated based on requirements
General Education Requirements                                              Credit Hours                     of clinical site contracts. Students must pass the mandatory drug
UNIV 101 Success Skills for College and Career............................... 3                              screening and any mandatory screening to remain in the program.
CAS     135 Computer Applications for Technical Education .............. 3                                   Students exhibiting signs of impaired clinical judgment related to
COMM ----- Communication Requirement .............................................. 3                        suspected use of chemical substances, legal or otherwise, will
ENG 102 English Composition.................................................................3                be removed from the classroom, laboratory, or clinical setting
MATH 105 Technical Math .................................................................... 3
                                                                                                             immediately. At that time, the instructor will implement steps
CTE     210 Employability Skills ............................................................... 3
                                                                                                             according to the Division of Health Policy for Student Suspected
                                                                                               18
Program Requirements                                                                                         Impairment. Appeals can be made accordint to the process outlined
Fall Semester Course Offerings                                              Credit Hours                     in the Student Handbook.
ELEC    101 Introduction to Electricity .................................................... 4
HVAC 101 Intro to Air Conditioning & Refrigeration .......................... 4                                                                                      Credit Hours
HVAC 201 Refrigeration Cycle and Diagrams .................................... 4                             NA         114Homemaker/Home Health Aide Training .......................... 2
HVAC 212 Heat Pumps .......................................................................... 4             NA         115Homemaker/Homemaker Health Aide Practicum ............ 3
HVAC	 235	 Air	Flow	Principles/Duct	Design ........................................ 4                                                                                                     5
                                                                                                             Total Hours Required for Certificate: 5
Spring    Semester Course Offerings
ELEC
ELEC
           202 Advanced Electricity............................................................
           203 HVAC/R Control Systems ...................................................
                                                                                                         4
                                                                                                         4
                                                                                                              HUMaN sERVICEs
REFR	      202	 Ice	Makers ...........................................................................   4    HElPINg RElatIoNsHIP sKIlls
HVAC       203 HVAC Heating Systems ......................................................               4   Certificate of Employability

                                                                                                             Note: In order to improve student success probability and reduce
Summer Session Course Offerings
                                                                                                                    unnecessary attrition, all students must take the University Skills
REFR	 210			Multiplexed	Evaporator	Systems ....................................... 4
                                                                                                                    Placement Test prior to entering the program.
HVAC 218 HVAC/R Service & Problem Analysis ................................ 4
HVAC 294 Co-op/Internship Training.................................................... 3                                                                                               Credit Hours
                                                                                                             HS         110Principles of Interviewing ..................................................... 3
Total Hours Required for Degree: 65                                                                          HS         182Introduction to Human Services .......................................... 3
                                                                                                             HS         201Techniques of Assessment and Intervention....................... 3
 HoMEMaKER/HoME                                                                                              HS
                                                                                                             ELEC
                                                                                                                        294Human Services Practicum .................................................. 3
                                                                                                                           Approved Elective in Human Services, Alcohol and
                                                                                                                         -----
 HEaltH CaRE aIDE                                                                                                          Drug Abuse Studies, Psychology, or Sociology ................ 3
Certificate of Employability                                                                                                                                                                              15
                                                                                                             Total Hours Required for Certificate: 15
Note: In order to improve student success probability and reduce
       unnecessary attrition, all students must take the University Skills
       Placement Test prior to entering the program.                                                          HUMaN sERVICEs -
                                                                                                              alCoHol aND DRUg aBUsE stUDIEs
Homemaker/Home Health Aides help people who are disabled,                                                    Certificate of Employability
chronically ill, or cognitively impaired or who may need                                                     Note: In order to improve student success probability and reduce
assistantce in their own homes or in residential facilities. They                                                  unnecessary attrition, all students must take the University Skills
also assist people in hospices and day programs and help                                                           Placement Test prior to entering the program.
individuals with disabilities go to work and remain engaged in                                                                                                                     Credit Hours
their communities. Most aides work with elderly or physically                                                HS     202 Introduction to Alcohol and Drug Abuse ......................... 3
or mentally disabled clients who need more care than family or                                               HS	    203	 Biopsychosocial	Foundations	of
friends can provide. Others help discharged hospital patients                                                             Alcohol & Drug Abuse ........................................................ 3
                                                                                                             HS     204 Principles of Prevention & Research in
who have relatively short-term needs. Aides provide light
                                                                                                                          Alcohol & Drug Abuse ........................................................ 3
housekeeping and homemaking tasks such as do laundry,                                                        HS     205 Principles of Treatment & Recovery in
change bed linens, shop for food, and plan and prepare meals.                                                             Alcohol & Drug Abuse ........................................................ 3
Aides also may help clients get out of bed, bathe, dress, and                                                HS     206 Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counseling:
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	       	     Families	&	Groups ................................................................ 3            Recommended Additional Courses
HS      207 Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counseling:                                                                Select any of the 200 level courses from Human Services, Alcohol and
              Special Populations .............................................................. 3            Drug Abuse Studies, Psychology, or Sociology. Consultation with the
                                                                                               18             Program Coordinator is advised.
Total Hours Required for Certificate: 18
                                                                                                              Total Hours Required for Degree: 72
  HUMaN sERVICEs
Associate of Arts Degree
                                                                                                               INDUstRIal ENgINEERINg
The Human Services Associate of Arts Degree is an academic transfer
program designed to introduce students to the field of human
                                                                                                               tECHNologY
                                                                                                              The Industrial Engineering Technology Program stresses the technical
services. The course of study provides students with the general
                                                                                                              and managerial aspects of industrial technologies. Industrial Engineering
education courses consistent with those required of freshmen
                                                                                                              Technology courses give students technical laboratory instruction with
and sophomores in four-year universities and also provides an
                                                                                                              academic study, which prepares them for the modern manufacturing
introduction to the various career fields in human services: social work,
                                                                                                              industry. Graduates gain the knowledge to obtain positions in industry
crisis intervention, children/youth/family services, and human services/
                                                                                                              that involves computer numerical controlled equipment, robotics, automated
mental health. Maximum transferability to a four-year degree program in
                                                                                                              systems control, quality assurance, and computer aided design.
Human Services can be assured when students carefully coordinate their
associate of arts degree work with the general education requirements of
the four-year institution to which they plan to transfer.                                                      CoNstRUCtIoN tRaDEs
                                                                                                              Certificate of Employability
Fall Semester                                                                       Credit Hours
ENG 102 English Composition ............................................................. 3                   Note: In order to improve student success probability and reduce
CAS     151 Basic Computer Skills II                                                                                unnecessary attrition, all students must take the University Skills
              or                                                                                                    Placement Test prior to entering the program and complete any
CIS     185 Introduction to Computer Information Systems .................3                                         necessary remedial work.
SOC     101 Introductory Sociology ........................................................ 3
HS      182 Introduction to Human Services .......................................... 3                       Fall Semester                                                              Credit Hours
UNIV 101 Success Skills for College and Career............................... 3                               IET     106 Residential Construction I .................................................... 4
COMM ___ Common Core I .................................................................... 3                 IET     107 Basic Plumbing...................................................................... 4
                                                                                                        18    ELEC    101 Introduction to Electricity ..................................................... 4
Spring Semester                                                                                               ENGR 111 Technical Drawing ................................................................ 4
ENG 104 English Composition and Research                                                                                                                                                                     16
              or                                                                                              Spring Semester
ENG 233 Technical Writing ................................................................. .3                CTE     210 Employability Skills ............................................................... 3
PSY     101 Introductory Psychology........................................................ 3                 HVAC 101 Intro to Air Conditioning and Refrigeration ....................... 4
HPE     141 Exercise and Wellness Education ....................................... 2                         IET     105 Basic Woodworking ............................................................. 3
SPAN 101 Beginning Spanish ................................................................ 4                 IET     108 Residential Construction II ................................................... 4
              or                                                                                                                                                                                             14
SPAN 102 Continuation of Beginning Spanish .................................... 4                             Total Hours Required for Certificate: 30
HS      110 Principles of Interviewing ..................................................... 3
----    ----  Math Requirement: Common Core II ................................. 3                             INDUstRIal ENgINEERINg tECHNologY
                                                                                                        18    Certificate of Occupational Training
Fall Semester
STAT    213 Statistics Methods                                                                                Note: In order to improve student success probability and reduce
              or                                                                                                    unnecessary attrition, all students must take the University Skills
STAT    215 Statistical Applications ......................................................... 4                    Placement Test prior to entering the program and complete any
COMM ___ Common Core I ................................................................... 3                        necessary remedial work.
----    ----  Life Science Requirement: Common Core III ..................... 4                               CourseRequirements                                                        Credit Hours
----    ----  Humanities Requirement: Common Core Va ..................... 3                                  ENGR   101 Introduction to Engineering ................................................. 1
PHIL    211 Ethics ...................................................................................... 3   IET    110 Manufacturing Techniques w/Lab ...................................... 4
                                                                                                        17    IET    115 Graphical Communication and Design I w/Lab .............. 4
                                                                                                              IET    135 Quality Assurance ................................................................ 3
Spring     Semester                                                                                           IET    220 Machine Tool Technology w/Lab ...................................... 4
SOC         212 Contemporary Social Issues................................................ 3                  IET    225 Manufacturing Automation w/Lab ..................................... 4
HS          201 Techniques of Assessment and Intervention....................... 3                            IET    230 Materials Science w/Lab .................................................... 4
HS          294 Practicum                                                                                     IET    245 Industrial Supervision ........................................................... 3
                    or                                                                                        IET    294 Co-op/Internship Training.................................................... 3
PSY         294 Practicum ............................................................................... 3   CTE    210 Employability Skills ............................................................... 3
----        ----   Physical Science Requirement: Common Core IIIb-e ........ 4                                ENGR   211 Introduction to CAD-Mechanical ........................................4
‑‑‑‑			     ‑‑‑‑		 Fine	Arts	Requirement:	Common	Core	Vb......................... 3                                                                                                                         37
                                                                                                              General Education Requirements
ELEC        ---       Select from recommendations below ................................. 3                   UNIV 101 Success Skills for College and Career............................... 3
                                                                                        19                    COMM ___ Common Core I ................................................................... 3
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MATH 105 Technical Math ......................................................................3        Spring Semester
                                                                                              9        MA      232 Animation Dynamics ............................................................ 4
Total Hours Required for Certificate: 46                                                               MA      234 Advanced Animation .......................................................... 4
                                                                                                                                                                                                   8
 INDUstRIal ENgINEERINg tECHNologY                                                                     Total Hours Required for Certificate: 20
Associate of Applied Science Degree
                                                                                                        MEDIa aRts - aNIMatIoN
The A.A.S. Degree in Industrial Engineering Technology transfers into a
                                                                                                       Associate of Applied Science Degree
Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences Degree program at ENMU.
Note: In order to improve student success probability and reduce                                       Fall Semester                                                           Credit Hours
      unnecessary attrition, all students must take the University Skills                              UNIV 101 Success Skills for College and Career............................... 3
      Placement Test prior to entering the program and complete any                                    ENG 102 English Composition ............................................................. 3
      necessary remedial work.                                                                                  ------ Math: Common Core II ....................................................... 3
                                                                                                       MA      103 Introduction to MAC Office Suites ..................................... 3
Course Requirements                                                          Credit Hours
                                                                                                       MA      110 Graphic Design: Basics........................................................ 4
ENGR    101 Introduction to Engineering ................................................. 1
                                                                                                                                                                                                   16
IET     110 Manufacturing Techniques w/Lab ...................................... 4
                                                                                                       Spring Semester
IET     115 Graphical Communication and Design I w/Lab .............. 4
                                                                                                       COMM __ Common Core I ................................................................... 3
IET	    121	 Facilities	Planning ................................................................. 3
                                                                                                                ------ Psychology: Common Core IV ............................................ 3
IET     135 Quality Assurance ................................................................ 3
                                                                                                                ------ History: Common Core Va .................................................. 3
IET     215 Graphical Communication and Design II w/Lab ............. 4
                                                                                                                ------ Art: Common Core Vb ......................................................... 3
IET     220 Machine Tool Technology w/Lab ...................................... 4
                                                                                                       MA      130 3D Animation Basics ............................................................ 4
IET     225 Manufacturing Automation w/Lab ..................................... 4
                                                                                                                                                                                                   16
IET     230 Materials Science w/Lab .................................................... 4
                                                                                                       Fall Semester
IET     245 Industrial Supervision ........................................................... 3
                                                                                                                ------ Science: Common Core III .................................................. 4
IET     294 Co-op/Internship Training.................................................... 3
                                                                                                                ------ Music: Common Core Vb .................................................... 3
CTE     210 Employability Skills ............................................................... 3
                                                                                                       MA      132 Animation Modeling ............................................................ 4
ENGR    211 Introduction to CAD-Mechanical ........................................ 4
                                                                                                       MA      134 Intermediate Animation ........................................................ 4
ELEC    ---- Technology Elective .............................................................. 3
                                                                                                                                                                                                   15
                                                                                                 47
                                                                                                       Spring Semester
General Education Requirements
                                                                                                                ------ Sociology: Common Core IV.............................................. 3
UNIV 101 Success Skills for College and Career.................................3
                                                                                                                ------ English: Common Core Va
CAS     135 Computer Applications for Technical Education ............... 3
                                                                                                                       or
COMM ___ Common Core I .................. ............................................... . 3
                                                                                                                       Theatre: Common Core Vb
ENG 102 English Composition....................................................... .......3
                                                                                                                       or
ENG 104 English Composition and Research..................................... 3
                                                                                                                       ENG 275 (The Motion Picture).......................................... 3
MATH 105 Technical Math .................................................................... . 3
                                                                                                       MA      232 Animation Dynamics ..............................................................4
MATH 120 Trigonometry........................................................................ .. 3
                                                                                                       MA      234 Advanced Animation........................................................... 4
PHYS 151 General Physics I............................................................... ... 3
PHYS 151L General Physics Lab I..................................................... ..... 1                                                                                                       14
                                                                                                 25    Total Hours Required for Degree: 61
Total Hours Required for Degree: 72
                                                                                                        MEDIa aRts - FIlM tECHNologY
 MEDIa aRts                                                                                            The	Film	Technology	track	prepares	students	for	careers	in	the	film	industry.	
The	 Media	 Arts	 includes	 three	 tracks:	 Animation,	 Film	 Technology,	 and	                        The training is a three semester program in partnership with the State
Graphic Design. Each track has two degree plans available: Certificate                                 Film	 Office	 and	 International	 Alliance	 of	 Theatrical	 Stage	 Employees	
of Employability and Associate of Applied Science.                                                     (IATSE) Local 480. The classes are application based leading to actual
                                                                                                       film production in the third semester. Once students have completed the
Note: In order to improve student success probability and reduce
                                                                                                       courses, the student may submit an application to IATSE Local 480 for
      unnecessary attrition, all students must take the University Skills
                                                                                                       union membership.
      Placement Test prior to entering the program.

 MEDIa aRts - aNIMatIoN                                                                                 MEDIa aRts - FIlM tECHNologY
Certificate of Employability                                                                           Certificate of Employability

The Animation track prepares students for the rapidly developing field                                 Fall                                                                 Credit Hours
through the application of cutting edge software.                                                      MA	        150	 Introduction	to	Film	Technology..........................................9
                                                                                                                  (may be omitted if student has prior film technology experience)
Fall Semester                                                          Credit Hours                    Spring
MA      130 3D Animation Basics ............................................................ 4         MA	    252	 Film	Technology:	Production						
MA      132 Animation Modeling ............................................................ 4                      or
MA      134 Intermediate Animation ........................................................ 4          MA		 254	 Film	Technology:	Set	Services				
                                                                                           12                      or
                                                                                                       MA	    256	 Film	Technology:	Camera/Sound/Art ............................... 9
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Summer                                                                                                or
MA	   284	 Film	Technology:	Specialized	Training............................... 9                     MA      214 Graphic Design: Publication................................................ 4
                                                                                                                                                                                            12
Total Hours Required for Certificate: 27                                                              Total Hours Required for Certificate: 27

 MEDIa aRts - FIlM tECHNologY                                                                          MEDIa aRts - gRaPHIC DEsIgN
Associate of Applied Science Degree                                                                   Associate of Applied Science Degree

Fall Semester                                                         Credit Hours                    Fall Semester                                                          Credit Hours
UNIV 101 Success Skills for College and Career............................... 3                       UNIV 101 Success Skills for College and Career............................... 3
ENG 102 English Composition ............................................................. 3           ENG 102 English Composition ............................................................. 3
MA 103/CAS 103 Introduction to MAC Office Suites ............................. 3                      MA      103 Introduction to MAC Office Suites ..................................... 3
MA      118 Graphic Design: Video Editing I ......................................... 4               MA      110 Graphic Design: Basics........................................................ 4
                                                                                          13          MA      114 Graphic Design: Illustration ................................................. 4
Spring Semester                                                                                                                                                                                 17
COMM __ Common Core I ................................................................... 3           Spring Semester
         ----- Math: Common Core II ....................................................... 3         COMM __ Common Core I .................................................................... 3
         ----- Science: Common Core III .................................................. 4                   ----- Math: Common Core II ....................................................... 3
         ----- Psychology: Common Core IV ............................................ 3              MA      112 Graphic Design: Photoshop ................................................ 4
                                                                                          13          MA      116 Graphic Design: Page Layout ............................................. 4
Fall Semester                                                                                                                                                                                   14
         ----- Sociology: Common Core IV                                                    3
         ----- Humanities: Common Core Va                                                   3         Fall Semester
MA	     150	 Introduction	to	Film	Technology	                                               9                  ----- Psychology: Common Core IV ............................................ 3
                                                                                              15               ----- History: Common Core Va .................................................. 3
Spring Semester                                                                                                ----- Art: Common Core Vb ......................................................... 3
         ----- Literature: Common Core Va                                                             MA      118 Graphic Design: Digital Video Editing I ............................ 4
               or                                                                                     MA      222 Graphic Design: Concept Development ............................ 4
         ----- Theatre: Common Core Vb                                                                                                                                                           17
               or                                                                                     Spring Semester
         ----- ENG 275 (The Motion Picture)...............................................3                    ----- Sociology: Common Core IV .............................................. 3
MA	     252	 Film	Technology:	Production											                                                   MA      212 Graphic Design: Web Publishing ....................................... 4
               or                                                                                     MA      214 Graphic Design: Publication
MA		 254	 Film	Technology:	Set	Services									                                                      MA      294 Practicum in Media Arts ...................................................... 3
               or                                                                                                                                                                                14
MA	     256	 Film	Technology:	Camera/Sound/Art ............................... 9                      Total Hours Required for Degree: 62
                                                                                          12
Summer Session
MA	     284	 Film	Technology:	Specialized	Training	                                         9          MEDICal assIstINg
                                                                                            9         Note: In order to improve student success probability and reduce
Total Hours Required for Degree: 62                                                                         unnecessary attrition, all students must take the University Skills
                                                                                                            Placement Test prior to entering the program.

 MEDIa aRts - gRaPHIC DEsIgN                                                                          Medical Assistants are multi-skilled practitioners who perform a wide
                                                                                                      range of clinical and administrative tasks in physicians’ offices and other
The Graphic Design track prepares students for the competitive digital
                                                                                                      health care settings. This CAAHEP accredited program offers students the
production marketplace by developing artistic mastery in various areas
                                                                                                      opportunity to earn a Certificate in Medical Assisting with an option to
of Media Arts.
                                                                                                      complete additional credits for an Associate of Science degree in Medical
                                                                                                      Assisting. Graduates of either option are eligible to sit for the American
 MEDIa aRts - gRaPHIC DEsIgN                                                                          Association of Medical Assistant’s national certification examination.
Certificate of Employability                                                                          The Eastern New Mexico University - Roswell Campus Medical Assisting
                                                                                                      Program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied
Fall (odd)                                                                                            Health Education Programs (www.caahep.org), on recommendation of
MA      103        Introduction to MAC Office Suite ....................................... 3         the Curriculum Review Board of the American Association of Medical
MA      110        Graphic Design: Basics........................................................ 4   Assistants Endowment (AAMAE). Commission on Accreditation of Allied
MA      114        Graphic Design: Illustration ................................................. 4   Health	 Education	 Programs,	 1361	 Park	 Street,	 Clearwater,	 FL	 33756	  	
MA      118        Graphic Design: Digital Video Editing I ............................ 4             (727) 210-2350
or
MA      222        Graphic Design: Concept Development ............................ 4                 Prerequisites for entry into program: University Skills Placement Test
                                                                                  15                  requirements and appropriate development courses, if necessary.
                                                                                                      Prerequisite: UNIV 102 with a grade of “C” or better (Corequisite with
Spring    (even)                                                                                      permission of Program Director). Note: CAS 101 may be required prior
MA         112 Graphic Design: Photoshop ................................................ 4           to enrolling in CAS 151. See Program Director or CAS 151 instructor for
MA         116 Graphic Design: Page Layout ............................................. 4            details.
MA         212 Graphic Design: Web Publishing ....................................... 4
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Mandatory drug screening is required during the first week of the                                      The A.S. in Medical Assisting transfers into a Bachelor of Applied Arts and
program and will be scheduled by the Division of Health faculty.                                       Sciences (BAAS) Degree program at ENMU.
Students must pass the mandatory drug screening to remain in the
                                                                                                       Students pursuing an Associate of Science Degree in Medical Assisting
program. Drug screening may be repeated based on requirements
                                                                                                       must complete the Medical Assisting Certificate requirements and the
of clinical site contracts. Students must pass the mandatory drug
                                                                                                       following courses.
screening and any mandatory screening to remain in the program.
                                                                                                                                                                                             Credit Hours
                                                                                                       MDST 201 Health and Nutrition ........................................................... 2
Students exhibiting signs of impaired clinical judgment related to suspected
                                                                                                       MDST 203 Medical Office Management
use of chemical substances, legal or otherwise, will be removed from the
                                                                                                                      or
classroom, laboratory, or clinical setting immediately. At that time, the
                                                                                                       MDST 225 Healthcare Human Resource Management ...................... 3
instructor will implement steps according to the Division of Health Policy
                                                                                                       MDST 206 Pathophysiology for EHR ..................................................... 3
for Student Suspected Impairment. Appeals can be made according to the
                                                                                                       MDST 210 Complimentary and Alternative Therapies ........................ 2
process outlined in the Student Handbook.
                                                                                                       MDST 211 Advanced Professional Development ................................. 1
                                                                                                       MDST	 219	 Issues	in	Family	Violence
                                                                                                                      or
 MEDICal assIstINg                                                                                     MDST 222 Cultural Diversity in Healthcare .......................................... 3
Certificate of Occupational Training                                                                   COMM ___ Common Core I ................................................................... 3
                                                                                                       PSY      101 Introductory Psychology ..................................................... 3
Prerequisites for entry into program:                                                                  ELEC     -     Elective................................................................................... 3
    1.   Completion of University Skills Placement Test requirements and                                              MDST 119, MDST 120, MDST 207, MDST 209,
         appropriate developmental courses, if necessary.                                                             MDST 219, MDST 222, MDST 225, MDST 262,
    2.   UNIV 102, Success Skills for Health Careers or UNIV 101,                                                     MDST 268, MDST 291, MDST 293, PBE 113,
         Success Skills for College and Career                                                                        SPAN 101, SPAN 102
A grade of “C” or better in each MDST class and an overall “C” average in all                          ELEC     -     Elective................................................................................... 6
required courses must be achieved in order to graduate from the program.                                              *Choose two courses from the Gen. Ed. Common
                                                                                                                      Core I through Va
Fall Semester                                                                Credit Hours
MDST 102 Medical Terminology ........................................................... 3             Total Hours Required for Degree: 70.5
MDST 103 Anatomy and Physiology for Allied Health ...................... 3
MDST 104 Administrative Medical Assisting I ...................................... 2
MDST 104L Administrative Medical Assisting I Lab............................... 1                       MEDICal CoDINg sPECIalIst
              or                                                                                       Certificate of Occupational Training
MDST 116 Administrative Skills for Working Medical Asst. ............... 3
MDST 105 Clinical Medical Assisting I ................................................. 2              Note: In order to improve student success probability and reduce
ENG 102 English Composition ............................................................. 3                  unnecessary attrition, all students must take the University Skills
CAS     151 Basic Computer Skills II ....................................................... 3               Placement Test prior to entering the program.
                                                                                                 17    Medical Coding Specialists are professionals skilled in classifying patient
Spring Semester                                                                                        medical records. Coding practitioners transform verbal descriptions of
MDST 106 Professional Development.................................................... 2                disease, supplies, and procedures into numerical designations. Coding
MDST 107 Clinical Medical Assisting II ................................................ 2              accuracy is extremely important to medical practices and hospital facilities
MDST 107L Clinical Medical Assisting II Lab ........................................ 1                 because of its impact on revenues. Coding specialists are utilized for
MDST 108 Pharmacology for Allied Health ......................................... 2                    reimbursement of healthcare insurance claims, to maintain accurate statistics,
MDST 109 Administrative Medical Assisting II ..................................... 3                   and to conduct research. Coders are employed at both ambulatory and
MDST 113 Medical Technology ............................................................ 2             inpatient facilities. Upon completion of the program, students are eligible
MDST 113L Medical Technology Lab ..................................................... 1               to sit for national certification exam for coding specialists.
MDST 205 Practice Management and EHR ......................................... 3
MDST 118 Current Issues for Allied Health .......................................... 2                 Prerequisites for entry into program: Completion of University Skills
                                                                                                 18    Placement Test requirements and appropriate developmental courses, as
Summer Session                                                                                         determined and UNIV 102 - Success Skills for Health Careers.
EMS     101 Basic Life Support (CPR) ...................................................0.5            Mandatory drug screening is required during the first week of the program
        or                                                                                             and will be scheduled by the Division of Health faculty. Students must pass
EMS	    100	 Heart	Saver/CPR/First	Aid.................................................. 1             the mandatory drug screening to remain in the program. Drug screening
MDST 110 Seminar ................................................................................. 1   may be repeated based on requirements of clinical site contracts. Students
MDST 111L Medical Assisting Practicum ................................................ 5               must pass the mandatory drug screening and any mandatory screening to
MDST 112 Certification Exam Review ....................................................1               remain in the program. Appeals can be made according to the process
                                                                                      7.5 or 8         outlined in the Student Handbook.
Total Hours Required for Certificate: 42.5 or 43
                                                                                                       A grade of “C” or better in each MDST class and an overall “C” average in all
Students may be expected to meet health history, immunization,                                         required courses must be achieved in order to graduate from the program.
and background check requirements of some clinical agencies.
                                                                                                       Fall Semester                                                    Credit Hours
 MEDICal assIstINg                                                                                     MDST 102 Medical Terminology ........................................................ 3
Associate of Science Degree                                                                            MDST 103 Anatomy & Physiology for Allied Health ........................ 3
                                                                                                       MDST 104 Administrative Medical Assisting I ................................... 2
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MDST          Administrative Medical Assisting I Lab............................ 1
             104L
MDST         106
              Professional Development ................................................. 2            Criminal Justice Electives (Choose two (2) from list below):
MDST         118
              Current Issues in Allied Health ......................................... 2             Any two (2) 200-level Criminal Justice courses ...................................... 6
MDST          Diagnostic Coding............................................................. 3
             119                                                                                      CJ      294 Practicum ............................................................................... 3
              .................................................................................. 16
Spring Semester                                                                                       Total
MDST 108 Pharmacology for Allied Health ...................................... 2                      ENMU-Roswell Provided: Total hours toward the Associate of Applied
MDST 121 Health Insurance Claims Processing ................................ 3                        Science in National Security Science (from above list of courses)...39-40
              or
MDST 109 Administrative Medical Assisting II .................................. 3                     DOE-NTC Provided: Total DOE-NTC elective credit hours awarded by
MDST 206 Pathophysiology for EHR .................................................. 3                 successful completion of approved Department of Energy National Training
MDST 120 Procedural Coding ............................................................ 3             Center coursework .............................................................................30
CAS     151 Basic Computer Skills II .................................................... 3           Total Hours Required for Degree: 69
                                                                                                 14
Summer Semester
MDST 205 Practice Management and EHR ...................................... 3                          NURsINg
MDST 221 Coding Certification Review ............................................. 2                  Following	completion	of	the	first	year	requirements,	students	begin	a	four	
                                                                                                  5   semester program of study leading to an Associate of Science degree
Optional Courses                                                                                      in Nursing (RN). ENMU offers a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)
MDST 220 Medical Records Coding ................................................. 2                   Completion Program through the Portales Campus.
MDST 226 Coding Practicum .............................................................. 2
                                                                                                      Requirements for Progress into Nursing Core Courses
                                                                                                      Mandatory background checks are required for all students who want
Total Hours Required for Certificate: 35
                                                                                                      to be considered for progression into the Nursing Core Courses. All
                                                                                                      students applying for progression, re-entry, or entry with advanced
 NatIoNal sECURItY sCIENCE                                                                            standing into the Nursing Program must complete a background
Associate of Applied Science                                                                          check using the agency specified by the ENMU-Roswell Nursing
                                                                                                      Program. The background check must be completed within 30 days
Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) in National Security Science is                                 prior to the meeting of the Nursing Review Committee in May.
a terminal, career-centered degree program that provides a 69-70                                      Any student convicted of a misdemeanor within 36 months and/
credit-hour course of study for people currently employed in the field                                or felony within 7 years prior to the meeting of the Nursing Review
of national security. The national security field may be either within a                              Committee	will	NOT	BE	CONSIDERED	FOR	PROGRESSION,	RE‑ENTRY,	
federal national security organization, the United States military or a                               OR ADVANCED STANDING into the Nursing core courses.
contracting entity. The student must have successfully completed 30
credit hours of specific United States Department of Energy National                                  Background checks are also required within 30 days prior to the
Training Center (NTC) coursework (specific to previous American                                       beginning of the student’s initial semester in the Nursing Program and
Council on Education recommendation). The students then complete                                      must be repeated if the student has a break in clinical instruction that
the second tier of study with ENMU-Roswell. NTC courses are not listed                                is longer than 30 days. Students will be administratively withdrawn
in the ENMU-Roswell Catalog; advisors will have a list of approved                                    if the new background check reveals any misdemeanor conviction in
NTC/ACE courses.                                                                                      the past 36 months or felony conviction in the past 7 years.

Students seeking this degree must complete a two-tiered course of study:                              Mandatory drug screening is required during the first week of enrollment
                                                                                                      in the nursing core courses and will be scheduled by the Division of Health
1. Complete 30 hours of approved course work at the Department                                        faculty. Students must pass the mandatory drug screening to remain in
      of Energy National Training Center. A list of qualifying NTC                                    the nursing core courses. Drug screening may be repeated based on
      prerequisite courses is available to students through student                                   requirements of clinical site contracts. Students must pass the mandatory
      advisors but is not listed in ENMU-Roswell Catalog).                                            drug screening and any mandatory screening to remain in the program.
2. Complete a 39-40 credit hour academic component at ENMU-                                           Students exhibiting signs of impaired clinical judgment related to suspected
      Roswell.                                                                                        use of chemical substances, legal or otherwise, will be removed from the
                                                                                                      classroom, laboratory, or clinical setting immediately. At that time, the
General Education Requirements                                         Credit Hours                   instructor will implement steps according to the Division of Health Policy
UNIV 101 Success Skills for College and Career............................... 3                       for Student Suspected Impairment. Appeals can be made according to the
ENG    102 English Composition ............................................................. 3        process outlined in the Student Handbook.
COMM ___ Common Core I ................................................................... 3
MATH 107 Intermediate Algebra                                                                         Program Accreditation and Approval
               or                                                                                     ENMU-Roswell’s Associate of Science in Nursing Program is accredited by
MATH 119 College Algebra ................................................................... 3        the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC), 3343
PSY    101 Introductory Psychology ...................................................... 3           Peachtree Road, NE, Suite 500, Atlanta, Georgia 30326, Web site: www.
SOC    101 Introductory Sociology ........................................................ 3          nlnac.org. In addition to faculty and staff in the Nursing Program and advisors
SOC    212 Contemporary Social Issues................................................ 3               in the Student Services, the NLNAC is a resource of information regarding
PSCI   102 American National Government......................................... 3                    tuition, fees, and length of the program. The program is approved by the
CAS    151 Basic Computer Skills II                                                                   New Mexico Board of Nursing, 6301 Indian
               or                                                                                     School NE, Suite 710, Albuquerque, NM 87110 (505-841-8340),
CIS    185 Introduction to Computer Information Systems 3                                             Web site: www.bon.state.nm.us. Graduates are prepared to take the National
	      	‑‑‑‑‑	 Any	Foreign	Language/ASL	course	3‑4                                                    Council Licensing Examination - Registered Nurse (NCLEX-RN).
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General Admission Criteria Associate Degree Nursing                                      earliest review application date will be awarded the progression
Students                                                                                 slot.
Enrollment in the Nursing core courses is limited. All students entering              7. All students progressing into the first semester of the nursing core
the nursing core courses at either level should carefully consider the                   courses will take the TEAS (Test of Essential Academic Skills) prior to
following information:                                                                   the beginning of the fall semester. Students who score below the 60th
                                                                                         percentile nationally in reading are required to enroll in a one-credit
 1. Students enter OR RE-ENTER the Nursing Program under the                             hour reading skills course during the fall semester.
    CURRENT Catalog. Therefore, it is important to carefully read the                 8. All students progressing into the first semester of Nursing core
    current Catalog.                                                                     courses must complete a background check using the agency
 2. Contact an advisor in either the Nursing Program or Student                          specified by the ENMU-Roswell Nursing Program within 30 days
    Development.                                                                         prior to beginning the fall semester. This is in addition to the
 3. Submit an application to ENMU-Roswell (if necessary). Applications                   background check required for consideration by the Nursing
    are valid for a limited time.                                                        Review Committee. Any student convicted of a misdemeanor
 4. Submit a review application to the Nursing Program for consideration                 within 36 months and/or felony within 7 years prior to the
    of enrollment in the nursing core courses. Applications are valid for a              beginning of the semester WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO ENTER
    limited time.                                                                        THE PROGRAM.
 5. It is the student’s responsibility to have official high school transcript (or   All of the above courses are offered on an open enrollment basis.
    GED Certificate), all college transcripts, and/or all nursing education
    transcripts in the Admissions and Records Office by the required date.           Nursing Core Courses
    Transfer credit is awarded only by the Registrar.                                The following process refers to students who want to be considered for
 6. In addition to special requirements for the Associate of Science                 progression into the level I nursing core courses. Students who want to be
    in Nursing Degree, students must meet general entrance                           considered for enrollment in the level I core nursing courses for the fall
    requirements for the University.                                                 semester must meet the following criteria by the time of review (initial review
                                                                                     is generally in late May; second review is in early August):
Requirements for Progression into the Nursing Core Courses
                                                                                      1. Be in good standing with the University.
Students who want to enter or progress into the nursing core courses
                                                                                      2. Have all required transcripts on file in the Admissions and Records
should be aware that this consists of a two-year (or minimum of 4
                                                                                         Office.
semesters) of study following completion of the first year requirements
                                                                                      3. Have a current application to ENMU-Roswell on file in the Admissions
listed below (which may take one academic year or more to complete).
                                                                                         and Records Office.
The first year consists of selected academic courses in preparation for
                                                                                      4. Have a 2.50 or higher GPA in the first year course requirements
progression into the nursing core courses.
                                                                                         (BIOL 209, BIOL 210, and ENG 102). Have proof of current nursing
                                                                                         assistant certification.
In the first year, students are required to complete:
                                                                                      5. Submit a review application by May 1 to the nursing program for
  1. University Skills Placement Test requirements and appropriate
                                                                                         consideration of enrollment in the nursing core courses. Applications
      developmental courses.
                                                                                         are valid for a limited time.
  2. BIOL 209- Human Anatomy and Physiology I and Lab (4 credits)
      with a grade of “C” or better in each course. These courses may not            By May 1 of each year, the Program Director notifies the Director of
      be offered in the summer session. BIOL 152/152L is a prerequisite              Admissions of the number of positions available to be filled in the
      for BIOL 209 and must be taken prior to enrolling in A&P at ENMU-              nursing core courses. The Director of Admissions forms a Nursing
      Roswell. If you have completed A&P at another institution, the BIOL            Review Committee to review applications. The Review Committee
      152/152L prerequisite does not apply to you.                                   consists of the Director of Admissions, the Program Director, a Program
  3. BIOL 210 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II and Lab (4 credits)                  Instructor, a member representing the Community Advisory Council
      with a grade of “C” or better in each course. These courses may not            and one counselor to represent Student Services. The Committee
      be offered in the summer semester. BIOL 152/152L is a prerequisite             meets after the Director of Admissions has completed posting final
      for BIOL 210 if taken at ENMU-Roswell. If you have completed A&P               course grades for the spring semester. Students are notified by June
      at another institution, the BIOL 152/152L prerequisite does not apply          15 of their approval to progress into the nursing core courses. Students
      to you.                                                                        who have not completed the first year requirements by the date of
  4. ENG 102 - English Composition (3 credits) with a grade of “C” or                the first meeting of the Nursing Review Committee will be placed on
      better.                                                                        a waiting list and re-reviewed for progression into the nursing core
  5. Students must have current certification as a nursing assistant or have         courses prior to the beginning of the fall semester.
      completed full-time employment as a nursing assistant in a hospital,           Students meeting the progression requirements into the level I core
      nursing home, or home health agency for at least six months within             nursing courses as outlined in the current ENMU-Roswell Catalog will be
      the last five years preceding enrollment in the fall semester level I          considered “qualified” for progression. “Qualified students” will progress
      nursing core courses. If the student wishes to meet the employment             into the nursing core courses based upon the following process. Initial slots
      requirements, employment verification and skills verification are              will be filled solely on the basis of the qualified student’s GPA in the required
      required. A Nursing Assisting Program (NA 111 and NA 111L                      first year courses (BIOL 209, BIOL 210, and ENG 102). Students must
      courses) is offered fall, spring, and summer semesters. Successful             also submit proof of current certification as a nursing assistant by the date
      completion of this program qualifies the student to apply to take the          of the Nursing Review Committee meeting. The committee will review only
      National Nursing Assisting                                                     final course grades and will not consider midterm grades. There will be
      CertificationExam.                                                             minus 0.25 GPA if a student has previously been enrolled in the nursing
  6. If students have a tie on GPA for the required first year courses               core courses or similar nursing courses at another institution. This is to give
      for the last remaining slot for progression into the nursing                   slight advantage to applicants who have not already had the opportunity
      core courses, the date on the student’s review application for                 to progress into the nursing core courses. Students scoring the highest GPA
      progression will be used to break the tie. The student who has the             points will be given priority for progression into the nursing core courses.
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Once students have been mailed notices of selection for progression, they            reviewed for consideration of re-entry into the nursing core courses using
must make a formal acceptance within the time period specified on the                the following criteria:
selection notice.
                                                                                       1. GPA of required degree plan courses (not including developmental
Special Requirements for re-entry into the Nursing Core Courses                           c
                                                                                     	 	 	 ourses)	up	through	the	desired	level	of	re‑entry.	Failing	grades	in		 	
All students who are approved for re-entry into the Nursing core                          nursing courses to be repeated are not computed in the GPA.
courses must meet the Requirements for Continuation in the Nursing                     2. Previous enrollments in the desired level of entry (minus 0.25 GPA)
core courses.                                                                             Minimum GPA of 2.5 is required.
                                                                                       3. Space availability in the nursing core courses.
Students who have withdrawn from or failed one nursing course must enroll
in that course during the next semester that course is regularly offered and         Special Requirements For Entry to the Nursing Program with
space is available. There will be no GPA calculation required for the first          Advanced Standing
nursing course withdrawal or failure but this course withdrawal or failure           In addition to meeting the course requirements for the first year, students
will count in the total number of nursing course withdrawals and/or failures         wishing to transfer from other nursing programs must meet the following
allowed.                                                                             requirements:
Students who have withdrawn from and/or failed two or more nursing                     1. Submit all official transcripts from all prior schools and colleges
courses or who have not enrolled in nursing courses for one or more                       attended.
semesters and wish to reenter the nursing core courses must meet the                   2. Document completion of required degree plan courses up through the
following requirements:                                                                   desired level of entry, with an overall 2.50 or higher GPA (excluding
1. Document completion of required degree plan courses up through                         developmental courses). A grade of “C” or higher in each nursing
    the desired level of re-entry with an overall 2.50 or higher GPA                      course is required.
    (excluding developmental courses). A grade of “C” or higher in each                3. Submit an application to the Nursing Program for entry into the
    nursing	 course	 is	 required.	 Failing	 grades	 in	 nursing	 courses	 to	 be	       nursing core courses.
    repeated are not computed in the GPA. There will be a 0.25 GPA                     4. Submit a petition letter to the Nursing Review Committee if the student
    deduction applied due to previous enrollment in the nursing core                      has previously withdrawn from or failed two or more nursing courses.
    courses to be repeated. This is to give slight advantage to students                  The petition letter must address the student’s academic standing
    who have not already had the opportunity for enrollment in these                      at the time of any nursing course withdrawal and/or circumstances
    Nursing core courses.                                                                 surrounding any nursing course failure. The petition letter also should
2. Submit an application for re-entry to the Nursing Program.                             address what actions the student is taking to improve his/her academic
3. Submit a petition letter to the Nursing Review Committee if the                        success should he/she enter the nursing program. A withdrawal or
    student has previously withdrawn from or failed two or more                           failing	grade	(D	or	F)	in	a	nursing	course	with	a	large	number	of	credits	
    nursing courses. The petition letter must address the student’s                       (5 or more credits) from another nursing program may result in transfer
    academic standing at the time of any nursing course withdrawal                        credit	of	a	D	or	F	in	more	than	one	nursing	course	in	this	program.
    and/or circumstances surrounding any nursing course failure, and                   5. Repeat selected nursing courses completed three or more years prior
    what action the student is taking to improve his/her academic                          to application for entry into the nursing core courses as recommended
    success should he/she be approved to re-enter the Nursing core                         by the Nursing Review Committee.
    courses.                                                                           6. Students with 4 or more nursing course failures within the past 3
4. Repeat selected nursing courses completed three or more years prior                   years or who have a total of 8 or more nursing course withdrawals
     to application for re-entry as recommended by the Nursing Review                    within the past 3 years will not be considered for entry into the
     Committee.                                                                          nursing core courses for a period of 3 calendar years following the
5. Students with 4 or more nursing course failures within the past 3                     date of the last failure or withdrawal. If approved for re-entry after
    years or who have a total of 8 or more nursing course withdrawals                    this 3 year period, the student would re-enter at the Level I fall
    within the past 3 years will not be considered for re-entry into the                 semester Nursing core course requirements.
    Nursing Program for a period of 3 calendar years following the date              Completion of the above requirements does not mean automatic
    of the last failure or withdrawal. If approved for re-entry after this 3         approval to enter the Nursing core courses. Enrollment in the
    year period, the student would re-enter the program at the level I               nursing core courses is limited. Students who have completed the
    fall semester nursing core course requirements.                                  requirements and are in good standing in the University are “qualified”
6. All students applying for progression, re-entry, or entry with advanced           for consideration of entry. “Qualified” students with advanced standing
   standing into the Nursing program must complete a background                      are ranked along with students applying for re-entry and licensed
   check using the agency specified by the ENMU--Roswell program.                    practical nurses wishing to complete requirements for the Associate
   The background check must be completed within 30 days prior to the                of Science Degree in Nursing using the following criteria:
   meeting of the Nursing Review Committee. Any student convicted of a
   misdemeanor within 36 months and/or felony within 7 years prior to the             1. GPA of required courses up through the desired level of entry (not
   meeting of the Nursing Review Committee will NOT BE CONSIDERED                        including developmental courses). The Nursing Program Director
   FOR	PROGRESSION,	RE‑ENTRY,	OR	ADVANCED	STANDING	into	the	                             and the Director of Admissions and Records interpret grades for
   Nursing core courses.                                                                 computation of GPA for students who were not awarded letter
                                                                                         grades for previous nursing education. Minimum GPA is 2.5 for
Completion of the above requirements does not mean automatic approval                    entry into the nursing core courses.
to re-enter the nursing core courses. The nursing core courses have                   2. Previous enrollments in the desired level of entry results in a minus 0.25
enrollment limits. Students who have completed the requirements and are                   GPA for the completed required nursing degree plan courses if the
in good standing in the University are “qualified” for consideration of re-               student has 2 or more withdrawals and/or failures in nursing courses.
entry. “Qualified” students are ranked along with students who qualify for                An overall 2.5 or higher GPA is required for entry into the nursing core
advanced standing and licensed practical nurses wishing to complete the                   courses.
requirements for the Associate of Science degree in Nursing. Students are             3. Space availability in the nursing core courses
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                                                                                           practicum or lecture section of the course:
Special Admission Requirements For Licensed Practical Nurses                                      NURS 110 and NURS 110L
Desiring to Complete The Associate of Science Degree in Nursing                                   NURS 112 and NURS 112L
                                                                                                  NURS 201 and NURS 201L
The program also offers Licensed Practical Nurses the opportunity to
                                                                                                  NURS 216 and NURS 216L
enter with “advanced standing,” to complete the requirements for the
                                                                                                  NURS 217 and NURS 217L
Associate of Science Degree in Nursing if their educational records
                                                                                                  NURS 220 and NURS 220L
indicate that they have completed studies equivalent to the ENMU-
                                                                                      6.   Current American Heart Association adult, child & infant CPR
Roswell Program. Licensed Practical nurses wishing to complete the
                                                                                           certification.
Associate of Science Degree in Nursing must meet the following
                                                                                      7.   Current required laboratory tests and immunizations.
requirements:
                                                                                      8.   Nursing student has withdrawn or failed a nursing course:
                                                                                           Students who have withdrawn from or failed one nursing course must
 1. Submit all official transcripts from prior schools and colleges
                                                                                           enroll in that course during the next semester that course is regularly
    attended.
                                                                                           offered and space is available. There will be no GPA calculation
 2. Document completion of required degree plan courses up to the
                                                                                           required for the first nursing course withdrawal or failure but this course
    desired level of admission with an overall 2.50 or higher GPA, a
                                                                                           withdrawal or failure will count in the total number of nursing course
    grade of “C” or higher in each nursing course.
                                                                                           withdrawals and/or failures allowed.
 3. Submit an application for entry to the Nursing Program.
                                                                                      9.   Nursing student has failed from a theory nursing course but passed
 4. Repeat selected nursing courses which were completed three or more
                                                                                           the corequisite practicum course:
    years prior to application for entry as recommended by the Nursing
                                                                                           If a nursing student fails the theory portion of a nursing course but
    Review Committee.
                                                                                           passes the corequisite practicum nursing course, the nursing student
 5. Hold an active license as a practical nurse.
                                                                                           shall enter into a contractual agreement to complete a limited clinical
  6. LPN to RN students with 4 or more nursing course failures within
                                                                                           experience during the time the nursing student is repeating the
    the past 3 years will not be considered for entry into the nursing
                                                                                           previously failed nursing theory course. Completion of this limited
    core courses for a period of 3 calendar years following the date
                                                                                           clinical experience will not affect the previously earned grade in the
    of the last failure or withdrawal. If approved for re-entry after this
                                                                                           practicum nursing course; however, failure to satisfactorily complete
    3 year period, the LPN to RN student would re-enter the program
                                                                                           this limited clinical experience by the end of the semester will result
    at the Level II nursing core course requirements.
                                                                                           in a failing grade for the theory course the student is repeating. In
Completion of the above program does not mean automatic                                    this way, a nursing student shall not have to repeat a successfully
acceptance into the nursing core courses. LPN to RN students who                           completed requirement, but shall continue to demonstrate clinical
have completed the above requirements and are in good standing                             competence and understanding of the concepts being taught in the
in the University are “qualified” for consideration of entry. “Qualified”                  nursing theory course. A nursing student has failed or withdrawn from
LPN to RN students are ranked along with students for re-entry and                         a clinical nursing course but passed the corequisite theory nursing
advanced standing students using the following criteria:                                   course: The nursing student will register for audit in the corequisite
                                                                                           nursing theory course during the semester the student is repeating
 1. GPA of required courses up to the level of entry (not including                        the clinical nursing course. The audit of the nursing theory course will
    developmental courses). The nursing program director and the Director                  not replace the previously earned passing grade in the theory course.
    of Admissions and Records will interpret grades for computation of                     This will allow the student to remain up-to-date in concepts addressed
    GPA for students who were not awarded letter grades for previous                       in the corequisite theory course while completing the nursing clinical
    nursing education. A minimum GPA of 2.5 is required                                    course requirements.
 2. Previous enrollments in the desired level of entry results in a minus            10.   Nursing student has two nursing course failures or withdrawals:
    0.25 GPA for the completed required nursing degree plan courses                        If, during the course of the degree plan, a nursing student has
    if the student has 2 or more withdrawals and/or failures in nursing                    either two failures and/or withdrawals of the same nursing course
    courses. An overall 2.5 or higher GPA is required for entry into the                   or two failures and/or withdrawals from different nursing courses,
    nursing core courses.                                                                  the nursing student will be terminated from the nursing program.
 3. Space availability in nursing core courses                                             A prior failure/withdrawal from a nursing course at another
                                                                                           program will be counted in determining termination from the
Requirements for Continuation in the Nursing Core Courses:                                 ENMU-Roswell program. If the nursing student is terminated from
 1. A grade of “C” or better in each nursing course.                                       the nursing program, that individual may petition to the Nursing
 2. A failed or attempted nursing course must be repeated during the next                  Review Committee for consideration of re-entry into the Nursing
    semester the course is offered if space is available. (See #3.)                        core courses.
 3. Students must enroll in and successfully complete a major course with
    a clinical component each semester in order to be assured of a space                   If a student has either two prior failures and/or withdrawals in
    in a major course with a clinical component in the following semester.                 another nursing program and wishes to transfer to ENMU-Roswell
    The major courses with a clinical component are NURS 110/NURS                          at any level, the student must petition for consideration of entry
    110L, NURS 112/NURS 112L, NURS 216/NURS 216L, NURS                                     into the nursing core courses. Students applying for re-entry must
    217/NURS 217L and NURS 220/NURS 220L. Students who do                                  provide information regarding academic standing at the time of
    not enroll in, or fail, or withdraw from a major clinical course with                  the withdrawal and/or circumstances surrounding the failure to
    a clinical component, must reapply for consideration of re-entry into                  the Nursing Review Committee. The petition letter also should
    these nursing core courses.                                                            address what actions the student is taking to improve his/her
 4. All first year (Level I) required courses must be completed in order to                academic success should he/she be approved for entry/re-entry
    progress to the second year (Level II).                                                into the Nursing core courses.
 5. Students initially enrolled in the lecture or practicum section of the courses         The Nursing Review Committee will consider a student’s academic
    listed below must also concurrently enroll for credit in the corresponding             standing in nursing courses at the time of the withdrawals and
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     circumstances surrounding withdrawal or failure in determining                152/152L is not required if student transfers in credit for Anatomy and
     eligibility for re-entry/entry.                                               Physiology I and II and Microbiology from another institution.
11 . Licensure Testing Requirements:
                                                                                   Current certification as a nursing assistant or have completed full-
     Students must have completed each required nursing course
                                                                                   time employment as a nursing assistant in a hospital, nursing home,
     with a grade of “C” or better, must have a cumulative GPA of 2.0,
                                                                                   or home health agency for at least six months within the last five
     and must have filed for graduation by the semester deadline
                                                                                   years preceding enrollment in the fall semester level I nursing core
     date and before the expected completion date. In addition,
                                                                                   courses. If the student wishes to meet the employment requirements,
     a comprehensive NCLEX predictor assessment test is part of
                                                                                   employment verification and skills verification are required. A
     program completion. A passing score as determined by ENMU-
                                                                                   Nursing Assisting Program (NA 111 and NA 111L courses) is offered
     Roswell Nursing Program faculty is required in order to release
                                                                                   fall, spring, and summer semesters. Successful completion of this
     the student’s Certification of Eligibility for Graduation form to the
                                                                                   program qualifies the student to apply to take the National Nursing
     New Mexico Board of Nursing or similar form required by other
                                                                                   Assisting Certification Exam. A 2.5 or higher GPA in the first year course
     state boards of nursing. This assessment test is administered
                                                                                   requirements (BIOL 209, BIOL 210, and ENG 102) is required before
     toward the end of the student’s final semester of enrollment in
                                                                                   students can progress into the Nursing core coures.
     the nursing core courses. If the student does not attain a passing
     score on the assessment test, the student must complete an
                                                                                                                                                              Credit Hours
     approved NCLEX review and re-test at the student’s expense on
                                                                                   BIOL          General Biology II (see note above) ................................. 3
                                                                                               152
     the comprehensive NCLEX predictor assessment test.
                                                                                   BIOL          General Biology II Lab (see note above) .......................... 1
                                                                                               152L
12. Clinical	Contract	for	Students	in	their	Final	Semester	Before	Graduation	
                                                                                   BIOL          Anatomy and Physiology I with Lab................................... 4
                                                                                               209
     who are Not Enrolled in a Major Direct Patient/Client Care Clinical
                                                                                   BIOL          Anatomy and Physiology II with Lab ................................. 4
                                                                                               210
     Course:
                                                                                   ENG           English Composition ............................................................. 3
                                                                                               102
     Students who are enrolled in their final semester of the nursing core
                                                                                                                                                                    *11 or 15
     courses, but who are not enrolled in a clinical/practicum course with
                                                                                   *see note above regarding BIOL 152/152L
     direct patient/client care responsibilities, will be asked to complete a
     limited clinical contract. The purpose of this limited clinical experience    General Education Courses May be Completed Prior to Enrollment in the
     is to assist nursing students in maintaining their nursing technical skills   Nursing Core Courses
     during a semester in which they are not in the direct patient care area       Fall Level I Nursing Core Courses                                      Credit Hours
     on a regular basis. Completion of this limited clinical contract will         COMM ___ Common Core I ................................................................... 3
     not affect the previously earned grades in practicum nursing courses          NURS 110 Medical-Surgical Nursing I ................................................ 4
     already completed. This clinical contract will include the students           NURS 110L Medical-Surgical Nursing I Practicum .............................. 3
     demonstrating required nursing skills and successfully completing a           NURS 114 Basics of Nutrition
     minimum 2 day supervised experience in a direct patient care area.                           or
 13. A dosage calculation/medication administration competency exam                NURS 240 Clinical Applications of Nutrition Principles Part I ............ 1
     and various nursing technical skill competencies are evaluated                PSY      101 Introductory Psychology ..................................................... 3
     each semester in NURS 110L, 112L, 201L, 216L, 217L, and 220L.                                                                                                            14
     The student must successfully complete this competency exam and               Spring Level I Nursing Core Courses
     appropriately demonstrate the required nursing technical skills before        NURS 112 Medical-Surgical Nursing II ................................................ 4
     the end of the clinical course orientation period. Criteria for successful    NURS 112L Medical-Surgical Nursing II Practicum ............................. 3
     completion of this competency exam and criteria for appropriate               NURS 117 Pharmacology I ................................................................... 2
     demonstration of the required nursing technical skills are defined in         PSY      200 Human Growth and Development .................................... 3
     each clinical practicum course syllabus. Students who do not meet                                                                                                        12
     these requirements by the end of the clinical orientation period must         Fall or Spring Semester
     withdraw from the clinical practicum course. The student may apply            (must be completed prior to entering Level II Nursing Core Courses)
     for re-entry into the clinical course for the next semester that the          NURS 121 Mental Health ..................................................................... 1
     course is offered.
 14. Students with 4 or more nursing course failures within the past 3 years       Total hours for Level I Nursing Core Courses
     or who have a total of 8 or more nursing course withdrawals within            and General Education Course Requirements: 27
     the past 3 years will not be considered for re-entry into the nursing         Level II Nursing Core Courses
     core courses for a period of 3 calendar years following the date of           Fall or Spring Semester
     the last failure or withdrawal.                                               NURS 201 Psychiatric Nursing ............................................................... 2
                                                                                   NURS 201L Psychiatric Nursing Practicum ............................................. 1
 NURsINg                                                                           NURS 216 Pediatric Nursing .................................................................. 2
Associate of Science Degree                                                        NURS 216L Pediatric Nursing Practicum ............................................... 2
                                                                                   NURS 217 Maternal-Newborn and Women’s Health Nursing .......... 2
The A.S. Degree in Nursing transfers into a Bachelor of Science in                 NURS 217L Maternal-Newborn and Women’s Health Nursing
Nursing (BSN) Degree Program at ENMU.                                                             Practicum ............................................................................... 2
                                                                                   NURS 220 Medical-Surgical Nursing III .............................................. 4
First Year Courses
                                                                                   NURS 220L Medical-Surgical Nursing III Practicum ............................ 5
These courses must be completed prior to progressing into the nursing
                                                                                   NURS 221 Pharmacology II .................................................................. 1
(NURS) core courses: University Skills Placement Tests and appropriate
                                                                                   NURS 223 Nursing Seminar ................................................................... 1
developmental courses as needed; BIOL 152 - General Biology II (3
                                                                                                                                                                                          22
credits) and BIOL 152L - General Biology II Lab (1 credit) with a grade
                                                                                   Total Hours for Level II Nursing Core Courses: 22
of “C” or better in each course if taking Anatomy and Physiology I,
Anatomy and Physiology II, and/or Microbiology at ENMU-Roswell. BIOL
                                                                                   May be taken anytime in the degree plan, but must be completed
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prior to graduation:                                                                                           needed to become Certified Safety Professionals (CSP) responsible for
BIOL     214 Microbiology ........................................................................ 3           establishing or maintaining a safety management system. Coursework
BIOL     214L Microbiology Lab ................................................................. 1             mirrors elements needed to successfully pass the CSP and other national
              The two courses listed above are recommended for the                                             safety or environmental certifications and exams.
              summer semester between Level I and Level II nursing
              core courses if the student has not completed them prior to                                       oCCUPatIoNal saFEtY ENgINEERINg aND
              entering the Nursing Core Courses.                                                                ENVIRoNMENtal MaNagEMENt tECHNologIEs
UNIV 101 Success Skills for College and Career                                                                 Certificate of Employability
              or
UNIV 102 Success Skills for Health Career (2 credit hours)                                                     Note: In order to improve student success probability and reduce
              or                                                                                                     unnecessary attrition, all students must take the University Skills
PHIL     131 Logic and Critical Thinking                                                                             Placement Test prior to entering the program.
              or
PHIL     211 Ethics ...................................................................................... 3   SET           Introduction to Safety and Health ..................................... 4
                                                                                                                            101
SOC      101 Introductory Sociology ........................................................ 3                 SET           Hazard Control Engineering w/Lab ................................. 3
                                                                                                                            104
                                                                                                      9-10     SET           Safety Report Writing and Analytical Methods ............... 4
                                                                                                                            105
               Nursing Credits:                            40                                                  SET           Safety Information Management ....................................... 3
                                                                                                                            106
               Non-Nursing Credits:                      29- 34                                                SET           Introduction to Environmental Health ................................ 3
                                                                                                                            107
Total Hours Required for Degree:                               69- 74                                          SET           Survey of Environmental Careers....................................... 3
                                                                                                                            110
                                                                                                               SET           Workplace Safety for Employees ...................................... 1
                                                                                                                            115
 NURsINg assIstINg                                                                                             SET	
                                                                                                               SET
                                                                                                                             Fire	Safety	and	Code	Enforcement	Practices	w/Lab ....... 4
                                                                                                                            202	
                                                                                                                             Accident Investigation/Behavioral Aspects of Safety ...... 3
                                                                                                                            205
Certificate of Employability                                                                                   SET           Industrial Toxicology w/Lab ............................................... 4
                                                                                                                            206
Note: In order to improve student success probability and reduce                                               SET           Electives ................................................................................ 2
                                                                                                                             ------
      unnecessary attrition, all students must take the University Skills                                                                                                                                             34
      Placement Test prior to entering the program.                                                            Total Hours Required for Certificate: 34

Nursing assistants are a part of the health care team whose purpose is to
                                                                                                                oCCUPatIoNal saFEtY ENgINEERINg aND
care for people who are ill or have impaired self-care capabilities. They
                                                                                                                ENVIRoNMENtal MaNagEMENt tECHNologIEs
may work in the hospital, nursing home, or home under the supervision of
                                                                                                               Certificate of Occupational Training
a professional nurse in carrying out patient care assignments.
Mandatory drug screening is required during the first week of the program                                      Note: In order to improve student success probability and reduce
and will be scheduled by the Division of Health faculty. Students must pass                                          unnecessary attrition, all students must take the University Skills
the mandatory drug screening to remain in the program. Drug screening                                                Placement Test prior to entering the program and complete any
may be repeated based on requirements of clinical site contracts. Students                                           remedial work necessary.
must pass the mandatory drug screening and any mandatory screening                                             General Courses
to remain in the program. Students exhibiting signs of impaired clinical                                       UNIV 101 Success Skills for College and Career .............................. 3
judgment related to suspected use of chemical substances, legal or                                             CAS      151 Basic Computer Skills II ..................................................... 3
otherwise, will be removed from the classroom, laboratory, or clinical                                         COMM ___ Common Core I .................................................................. 3
setting immediately.                                                                                                                                                                                                      9
At that time, the instructor will implement steps according to the Division                                    Professional Core Courses
of Health Policy for Student Suspected Impairment. Appeals can be made                                         HPE		    220	 First	Aid	 ............................................................................... 2
according to the process outlined in the Student Handbook.                                                     SET      101 Introduction to Safety and Health .................................... 3
                                                                                                               SET      104 Hazard Control Engineering w/Lab ................................ 4
Nursing Assisting courses are offered each semester.                                                           SET      105 Safety Report Writing and Analytical Methods ............... 4
Course Requirements                                                        Credit Hours                        SET      106 Safety Information Management ....................................... 3
NA      111 Nursing Assisting ................................................................. 2              SET      107 Introduction to Environmental Health ................................ 3
NA      111L Nursing Assisting Lab ......................................................... 3                 SET      110 Environmental Careers ........................................................ 3
                                                                                                5              SET      115 Workplace Safety for Employees ...................................... 1
Total Hours Required for Certificate: 5                                                                        SET      201 Biomechanics ...................................................................... 3
                                                                                                               SET	     202	 Fire	Safety	and	Code	Enforcement	Practices	w/Lab	 ..... 4
 oCCUPatIoNal saFEtY                                                                                           SET      203 Environmental Safety and Health w/Lab ........................ 4
 ENgINEERINg aND                                                                                               SET      205 Accident Investigation/Behavioral
                                                                                                                               Aspects of Safety ................................................................ 3
 ENVIRoNMENtal MaNagEMENt                                                                                      SET      206 Industrial Toxicology w/Lab ............................................. 4
 tECHNologIEs                                                                                                  SET       ----- Electives ................................................................................ 2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        43
Recent surveys indicate that persons trained in all aspects of occupational
                                                                                                               Total Hours Required for Certificate: 52
safety and environmental management to include: hazard identification,
accident investigation, and regulatory compliance will be in demand for                                         oCCUPatIoNal saFEtY ENgINEERINg aND
many years to come. Safety engineers and environmental managers are                                             ENVIRoNMENtal MaNagEMENt tECHNologIEs
highly paid top level executives and professionals. Many times they are                                        Associate of Applied Science Degree
the sole individual responsible for development of programs at a company.
Graduates of certificate and degree programs gain the knowledge                                                The A .A .S. Degree in Occupational Safety Engineering and
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Environmental Management Technologies transfers into a Bachelor                                                 applying for the certification examination. A felony conviction may
of Applied Arts and Sciences (BAAS) Degree Program at ENMU.                                                     affect a graduate’s ability to sit for the NBCOT certification examination
Note: In order to improve student success probability and reduce                                                or to attain state licensure. Information on the guidelines for felony
      unnecessary attrition, all students must take the University Skills                                       convictions can be found under Publications “disciplinary actions”
      Placement Test prior to entering the program and complete any                                             at www.NBCOT.org and Rules and Law “disciplinary proceedings” at
      remedial work necessary.                                                                                  www.rld.state.nm.us/b&c/otb/rules-and-law.htm
                                                                                                                After successful completion of this exam, the individual will be a
General Courses                                                                       Credit Hours              Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA). Most states require
UNIV 101 Success Skills for College and Career ............................ 3                                   licensure in order to practice; however, state licenses are usually based
CAS      151 Basic Computer Skills II ...................................................... 3                  on the results of the NBCOT Certification Examination.
COMM ___ Common Core I .................................................................. 3
ENG      102 English Composition ........................................................... 3                  Students interested in exploring occupational therapy as a career may take
MATH 107 Intermediate Algebra ......................................................... 3                       OT 101 Orientation to Occupational Therapy prior to progression into the
STAT     213 Statistical Methods .............................................................. 4               Occupational Therapy Assistant Level 1 Core Courses. OT 101 is offered
*Lab Science Selection 1 ............................................................................ 4         on-line and/or classroom instruction.
*Lab Science Selection 2 .............................................................................. 4
                                                                                                          27    The number of student enrollment in OTA core courses at all levels is
Professional Core Courses                                                                                       limited. Students entering the program at all levels (first time entry into
HPE	     220	 First	Aid	 ............................................................................... 2      OTA core courses, re-entry, and transfer should carefully consider the
SET      101 Introduction to Safety and Health .................................... 3                           following information:
SET      104 Hazard Control Engineering w/Lab ................................ 4
SET      105 Safety Report Writing and Analytical Methods .............. 4                                        1. Students enter OR REENTER the Occupational Therapy Assistant
SET      106 Safety Information Management ....................................... 3                                 Program under the CURRENT Catalog. Therefore, it is important
SET      107 Introduction to Environmental Health ................................ 3                                 to carefully read the current Catalog.
SET      115 Workplace Safety for Employees ...................................... 1                              2. Contact an advisor in either the Occupational Therapy Assistant
SET      108 Product Safety ...................................................................... 3                 program or Student Development.
SET      201 Biomechanics ...................................................................... 3                3. Submit an application to Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell (if
SET	     202	 Fire	Safety	and	Code	Enforcement	w/Lab	...................... 4                                        necessary). Applications are valid for a limited time.
SET      203 Environmental Safety & Health w/Lab ............................ 4                                    4. Submit an application to the Occupational Therapy Assistant Program.
SET      205 Accident Investigation/Behavioral Aspects of                                                            Applications are valid for one academic school year.
                 Safety ................................................................................... 3      5. It is the applicant’s responsibility to have official high school transcript
SET      206 Industrial Toxicology w/Lab ............................................. 4                             (or GED certificate), college transcripts, and/or OTA education
SET      209 Training Methods for Safety ............................................. 3                             transcripts in the Admissions and Records Office by the required date.
SET      294 Co-op/Internship Training ................................................1-3                           Transfer credit is awarded only by the Registrar.
SET       ------ Electives ................................................................................ 2     6. In addition to special requirements for the Occupational Therapy
                                                                                                   47- 49            Assistant Program, students must meet general entrance requirements
Total Hours Required for Degree: 74-76                                                                               for the University.
                                                                                                                    7. Students will be required to submit information for a background
SET Elective Courses:                                                                                                check. Any pertinent information that may affect licensure or
SET      113 Introduction to Design Safety Principles .......................... 1                                   employment guidelines could affect the student’s standing in
SET      114 Workplace Safety for Construction ................................... 1                                 the OTA Program. A felony conviction may affect a graduate’s
SET		    119	 Principles	of	Safety	in	the	Food	Service	                                                              ability to sit for the NBCOT certification examination or to attain
               and Hospitality Trades Industry ......................................... 1                           state licensure.
                                                                                                                  8. Mandatory drug screening is required during the first week of the
*Two Science classes with labs must be taken from any lab science                                                    program and will be scheduled by the Division of Health faculty.
offered at ENMU-R (with the exception of Astronomy) to meet the science                                              A student can expect random drug testing throughout the duration
requirement of this degree.                                                                                          of the program. Students must pass all mandatory drug screening
                                                                                                                     to remain in the program. Drug screening may be repeated based
                                                                                                                     on requirements of clinical site contracts. Students must pass the
 oCCUPatIoNal tHERaPY                                                                                                mandatory drug screening and any mandatory screening to remain
                                                                                                                     in the program. Students exhibiting signs of impaired clinical judgment
 assIstaNt                                                                                                           related to suspected use of chemical substances, legal or otherwise,
                                                                                                                     will be removed from the classroom, laboratory, or clinical setting
The Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell Occupational Therapy Assistant                                             immediately. At that time, the instructor will implement steps according
program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Occupational                                                  to the Division of Health Policy for Student Suspected Impairment.
Therapy Education (ACOTE) of the American Occupational Therapy                                                       Appeals can be made according to the process outlined in the
Association (AOTA), located at 4720 Montgomery Lane, P.O. Box 31220,                                                 Student Handbook.
Bethesda, MD 20824-1220. AOTA’s phone number is (301) 652-AOTA.                                                   9. All first year Level I required core courses must be completed in order
Graduates of the program will be able to sit for the national certification                                          to progress into Level II core courses of: OT 214, 216, 240, 242,
examination for the occupational therapy assistant administered by the                                               244, 246.
National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT).
                                                                                                                Special Requirements for Progression into the First Semester of
The NBCOT’s COTA Certification Application contains five (5) felony                                             Occupational Therapy Assistant Core Courses
related questions that must be answered by all exam candidates                                                  Occupational Therapy Assistant Program students who want to
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progress into the Occupational Therapy Assistant core courses should                 Committee using the same selection method as students originally selected
be aware that the program consists of a two-year program of study                    to fill the allocated slots.
following completion of the first year courses (which may take one
year or more to complete). The first year courses consist of selected                If positions remain available after the “qualified” students have been
academic courses in preparation for progression in the OTA Program.                  admitted, then students will be admitted as “provisional” based on the total
                                                                                     points awarded for the following:
In the first year courses, students are required to complete the
     following:
                                                                                      1. The number of requirements a student has fulfilled (2 points for each
  1. University Skills Placement Test requirements and appropriate
                                                                                         fulfilled requirement).
     developmental courses, if necessary.
                                                                                      2. GPA of the requirements, excluding developmental courses (zero GPA
 2. UNIV 102 - Success Skills for Health Careers (2 credits) with a grade
                                                                                         points awarded for unfulfilled requirements).
     of “C” or better.
                                                                                      3. Subtraction of 0.25 points for students previously enrolled in the
 3. ENG 102 - English Composition (3 credits) with a grade of “C” or
                                                                                         program or in a similar program at another institution. This will give a
     better.
                                                                                         slight preference to students who have not had the opportunity.
  4. PSY 101 - Introductory Psychology (3 credits) with a grade of “C” or
     better.
                                                                                     Once students have been mailed notices of selection, they must make a
  5. SOC 101 - Introductory Sociology (3 credits) with a grade of “C” or
                                                                                     formal acceptance of appointment within the time specified on the selection
     better.
                                                                                     notice.
Progression/Re-Entry Plan for OTA Program
                                                                                     Requirements for Continuation in the Occupational Therapy Assistant
The following process refers to students who want to be considered
                                                                                     Program:
for progression or re-entry as first-semester Occupational Therapy
                                                                                       1. In order to continue in the program, students must maintain a
Assistant students. Students who want to be considered for the
                                                                                           grade of “C” or better in each consecutive Occupational Therapy
Occupational Therapy Assistant Program for the following fall semester
                                                                                           Assistant course; and an overall “C” average in all courses in the
will submit an Occupational Therapy Assistant Program application
                                                                                           degree plan. If these requirements are not met, the student will
by May 1. To be considered for progression into Level 1 core courses,
                                                                                           be asked to leave the program.
students must meet the following at the time of review for selection
                                                                                     	 2.	 Students	 who	 do	 not	 successfully	 complete	 the	 Level	 I	 Fall	 Core	
(generally early June):
                                                                                           Courses may subsequently reapply but will be competing with the
                                                                                           next group of applicants.
 1. Be in good standing with the University.
                                                                                       3. Students who do not successfully complete subsequent semesters may
 2. Have all required documentation on file in the Admissions and Records
                                                                                           reapply on a space available basis.
    Office.
                                                                                       4. Students entering or reentering the OTA Program do so under
 3. Have a current application to ENMU-Roswell on file in the Admissions
                                                                                           the current catalog guidelines.
    and Records Office.
                                                                                       5. Students must keep current required laboratory tests on file: tuberculin
 4. Have a 2.00 or higher GPA in the first year course requirements
                                                                                           skin tests (PPD) after July 1 each year, Td immunization or booster
    (excluding developmental courses).
                                                                                           within last 10 years, MMR vaccine and titer for individuals born
                                                                                           after 12/31/56, Hep B Vaccination recommended, and proof of
By May 1 of each year, the Program Director notifies the Director
                                                                                           Varicella. It is also required to provide proof of current American
of Admissions of the number of positions available to be filled. The
                                                                                           Heart Association Adult, Child, and Infant CPR Certification. (BLS
Director of Admissions forms an Occupational Therapy Assistant
                                                                                           Provider or Healthcare Provider)
Review Committee to review all submitted applications. The Review
                                                                                     6. Student must demonstrate appropriate professional behaviors as
Committee consists of the Director of Admissions, the OTA Program
                                                                                           evidenced by passing the minimum requirements on the Professional
Director, an OTA program instructor, Dean of Division of Health,
                                                                                           Behavior Evaluation completed each semester.
Admissions Supervisor, and one Student Advisor. The committee
meets after the Director of Admissions has completed posting course                  Special Requirements for Re-Entry into OTA courses
final grades. Students are notified by June 15 whether or not they                   All students who are approved for re-entry into the OTA core courses must
have been approved for progression into the Occupational Therapy                     meet the “Requirements for Continuation in the Occupational Therapy
Assistant Program core courses.                                                      Assistant Program.”

Students meeting the special requirements for progression in the                     Students who have withdrawn from an Occupational Therapy Assistant
Occupational Therapy Assistant Program as outlined in the current ENMU-              course, failed to meet the “Requirements for Continuation in the Occupational
Roswell Catalog will be considered “qualified” students. “Qualified                  Therapy Assistant Program” or who have not enrolled in Occupational
students” will be granted permission for progression into the core courses           Therapy Assistant courses for one or more semesters and wish to reenter the
based upon a two-stage process. Initial slots will be filled solely on the basis     program must meet the following requirements:
of the qualified student’s GPA in the above first year courses, excluding              1. Submit an application for re-entry to the program
developmental courses. The Committee will review only final course grades              2. Document completion of required degree plan courses up to the
and will not consider midterm grades. There will be minus .25 GPA if an                   desired level of admission with an overall 2.00 or higher GPA
applicant has already been in the ENMU-Roswell program or a similar                       (excluding developmental courses) and a grade of “C” or higher in
program at another institution. This is to give slight advantage to students              each	Occupational	Therapy	Assistant	course.		Failing	grades	in	OTA	
who have not already had the opportunity. Students scoring the highest                    courses to be repeated are not computed in the GPA. There will be a
points will be given priority in the review process.                                      0.25 GPA deduction applied due to previous enrollment in the OTA
                                                                                          core courses. This is to give slight advantage to students who have
After selecting students for all the available slots, the OTA Review Committee            not already had the opportunity for enrollment in these OTA core
will select additional students to serve as alternates to fill any slots not taken        courses.
by students selected for those positions. Alternates will be selected by the           3. Submit a petition letter to the OTA Review Committee if the student
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       has previously withdrawn from the program, withdrawn from or
       failed an OTA courses. The petition letter must address the student’s      1. GPA of first year courses (not including developmental courses) and
       academic standing at the time of any OTA course withdrawal and/or             required	courses	up	to	the	desired	level	of	admission.	Failing	grades	
       circumstances surrounding any OTA course failure. It should document          in Occupational Therapy Assistant courses to be repeated are not
       what action the student is taking to improve his/her academic success         computed in the GPA.
       should he/she be approved to re-enter OTA core courses. Petition           2. Previous enrollment in the desired level of admission (minus .25
       letters are due by May 1.                                                     GPA).
  4. If not enrolled in the OTA Program for a period of up to two                 3. Space availability in OTA core courses.
     years, students, along with application for re-entry, will take OTA
                                                                               Mandatory drug screening is required during the first week of the program
     Program competency exam to include both written and clinical
                                                                               and will be scheduled by the Division of Health faculty. Students must pass
     skills. This will provide documentation of retention of knowledge
                                                                               the mandatory drug screening to remain in the program. Drug screening
     to the Review Committee. If student has been out of OTA Program
                                                                               may be repeated based on requirements of clinical site contracts. Students
     for a period of two or more years, the student will be required to
                                                                               must pass the mandatory drug screening and any mandatory screening
     re-enter the program at the Level 1 fall semester OTA core courses.
                                                                               to remain in the program. Students exhibiting signs of impaired clinical
  5. Students with 4 or more OTA course failures within the past 2
                                                                               judgment related to suspected use of chemical substances, legal or
      years or who have a total of 8 or more OTA course withdrawals
                                                                               otherwise, will be removed from the classroom, laboratory, or clinical setting
      within the past 2 years will not be considered for re-entry into the
                                                                               immediately. At that time, the instructor will implement steps according to the
      OTA Program for a period of 2 calendar years following the date
                                                                               Division of Health Policy for Student Suspected Impairment. Appeals can be
      of the last failure or withdrawal. If approved for re-entry after
                                                                               made according to the process outlined in the Student Handbook.
      this 2 year period, the student would re-enter the program at the
      Level 1 fall semester OTA core course requirements.
                                                                                oCCUPatIoNal tHERaPY assIstaNt
Completion of the above does not mean automatic approval for re-
                                                                               Associate of Science Degree
entry into the Occupational Therapy Assistant core courses. The OTA
core courses have enrollment limits. Students who have completed the           The A.S. in Occupational Therapy Assistant transfers into a Bachelor of
requirements and are in good standing in the University are “qualified”        Applied Arts and Sciences Degree Program at ENMU.
for consideration of re-entry. “Qualified” students are ranked along           University Skills Placement Tests and appropriate developmental courses if
with students for advanced standing wishing to complete the                    necessary. All first year courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or
requirements for the Associate of Science Degree in Occupational               higher. Substitutions for UNIV 102 can be made using the requirements
Therapy Assistant using the following criteria:                                listed under “Substitutions for University Studies 101 or 102” in the Catalog.
  1. GPA of first year courses (not including developmental courses) and       First Year Courses                                            Credit Hours
     required	courses	up	to	the	desired	level	of	admission.	Failing	grades	    These courses must be completed prior to progressing into the Occupational
     in Occupational Therapy Assistant courses to be repeated are not          Therapy Assistant (OTA) core courses:
     computed in the GPA.
  2. Previous enrollment in the desired level of admission (minus .25          University Skills Placement Test Requirements:
     GPA).                                                                     UNIV 102 Success Skills for Health Careers ....................................... 2
  3. Space availability in the OTA core courses.                               ENG 102 English Composition ............................................................. 3
                                                                               PSY      101 Introductory Psychology ...................................................... 3
Special Requirements for Progression into the Occupational Therapy             SOC      101 Introductory Sociology ........................................................ 3
Assistant Core Courses with Advanced Standing
In addition to meeting the requirements for progression into the               OT         101 *Orientation to OT............................................................... 2
OTA Program core courses, students wishing to transfer from other                             *(taken in first semester of Level I core courses OR prior
Occupational Therapy Assistant programs must meet the following                               to progression into the program)
requirements:
                                                                               Fall Semester Level I Core Courses:
  1. Submit all official transcripts from all prior schools and colleges       *NOTE: General Education courses may be completed prior to progression
     attended.                                                                         into OTA Core Courses and must be completed successfully with
  2. Document completion of required first year courses and degree plan                a grade of “C” or better by the end of the semester listed in the
     courses up to the desired level of admission with an overall 2.00 or              degree plan (BIOL 209, PSY 200, COMM 101 or COMM 102,
     higher GPA (excluding developmental courses) and a grade of “C” or                CD 111 or 203).
     higher in each Occupational Therapy Assistant course.
  3. Submit an application to the OTA program for entry into OTA core          **BIOL 152/152L is a prerequisite for BIOL 209 at ENMU-Roswell. BIOL
     courses.                                                                    152/152L is not required if the student transfers in credit for Anatomy
  4. Repeat Occupational Therapy Assistant courses completed two or              and Physiology I from another institution.
     more years prior to re-entry into OTA core courses as recommended
     by OTA Review Committee.                                                  PSY        200     Human Growth and Development ..................................... 3
                                                                               BIOL       209     Anatomy and Physiology I .................................................. 4
Completion of the above does not mean automatic acceptance                     OT         110L    Therapeutic Media ............................................................... 2
for progression into the Occupational Therapy Assistant Program.               OT         112     Applied Communication in OT ........................................... 2
Students who have completed the requirements and are in good                   OT	        114L	   Fieldwork	I‑A ......................................................................... 1
standing in the University are “qualified.”                                                                                                                                  12 or 16
“Qualified” students are ranked along with other students for advanced                                      **(See note above regarding BIOL 152/152L)
standing wishing to complete the requirements for the Associate of
Science Degree in Occupational Therapy Assistant using the following           Spring Semester Level I Core Courses:
criteria:                                                                      COMM 101 Interpersonal Communication
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                or                                                                                          be removed from the classroom, laborator y, or clinical setting
COMM        102 Public Speaking* ................................................................. 3        immediately. At that time, the instructor will implement steps
OT          118LTherapeutic Media II ........................................................... 2          according to the Division of Health Policy for Student Suspected
OT          120 Principles of OT .................................................................... 3     Impairment. Appeals can be made according to the process outlined
OT	         130	Kinesiology............................................................................ 3   in the Student Handbook.
OT          140LTherapeutic Techniques........................................................ 3
                                                                                                            Fall Semester                                                          Credit Hours
OT	             Fieldwork	I‑B ......................................................................... 1
            116L	
                                                                                                            PHAR 101 Pharmacy Technology I ....................................................... 3
                                                                                                      15
                                                                                                            PHAR 103 Pharmacology for Technicians ............................................ 3
Fall Semester Level II Core Courses
                                                                                                            MDST 106 Professional Development.................................................... 2
CD       111 Introduction to Children with Special Needs
                                                                                                            MDST 102 Medical Terminology ........................................................... 3
                or
                                                                                                            CAS     151 Basic Computer Skills II ....................................................... 3
CD       203 Children with Special Needs* .......................................... 3
                                                                                                                                                                                                       14
OT       216L OT Shop Techniques ............................................................ 2
                                                                                                            Spring Semester
OT       240 OT in Gerontology ............................................................... 2
                                                                                                            PHAR 107 Math and Calculations for Technicians ............................. 2
OT       242 OT in Physical Disabilities .................................................... 3
                                                                                                            PHAR 104 Pharmacy Technology II ...................................................... 3
OT       244 OT Psychosocial Dysfunction .............................................. 3
                                                                                                            PHAR 105L Pharmacy Preceptorship ...................................................... 6
OT       246 OT in Pediatrics .................................................................... 3
                                                                                                                                                                                                       11
OT	      214	 Fieldwork	I‑C ......................................................................... 1
                                                                                                            Total Hours Required for Certificate: 25
                                                                                                      17
Spring Semester Level II Core Courses
NOTE: All OTA classes and non-OTA classes must be complete before                                            PHlEBotoMY
progression	into	Spring	Semester	Level	II	OTA	courses.	All	Fieldwork	must	                                  Certificate of Employability
be	completed	within	20	months	following	completion	of	Level	II	Fall	OTA	
courses.                                                                                                    Note: In order to improve student success probability and reduce
OT       250L Occupational Therapy Seminar ........................................ 2                             unnecessary attrition, all students must take the University Skills
OT	      260L	 Fieldwork	II	in	Psychosocial	Dysfunction ........................... 5                             Placement Test prior to entering the program.
OT	      262L		Fieldwork	II	in	Physical	Disabilities ..................................... 5                Phlebotomists are part of the allied health care team who have been
                                                                                                      12    trained to perform phlebotomy procedures in hospitals, health care
Total Hours Required for Program: 45                                                                        offices, medical laboratories, blood banks, and forensic agencies. Most
Total Hours Required for Degree (Including First Year Courses): 69                                          commonly, phlebotomy procedures include obtaining blood for diagnostic
                                                                                                            testing, removing blood for transfusion purposes, and removing blood for
 PHaRMaCY tECHNICIaN                                                                                        therapeutic purposes in individuals with certain disease processes.
                                                                                                            The 17.5 credit hour two semester program, which includes a competency
Certificate of Employability
                                                                                                            based clinical experience, leads to a Certificate of Employability. Graduates
Note: In order to improve student success probability and reduce                                            of the program are eligible to take the PBT (ASCP), a national certification
      unnecessary attrition, all students must take the University Skills                                   examination through the American Society for Clinical Pathology. Although
      Placement Test prior to entering the program.                                                         the program is designed to attract students with a declared sole interest
                                                                                                            in phlebotomy, it also provides opportunities for students in other allied
Pharmacy Technicians are employed in retail and hospital pharmacies.                                        health programs to broaden their educational and experiential basis or
Under the supervision of Registered Pharmacists, they perform a wide range                                  to seek additional credentials. A grade of “C” or better in each required
of skilled activities which includes the preparation, packaging, distributing,                              course must be achieved to be permitted to complete the Phlebotomy
storing, and inventorying of pharmaceutical products. A grade of “C” or                                     Clinical Practicum and obtain a Certificate of Employability. Students must
better in each PHAR course, and an overall “C” average in all other required                                be enrolled in or have completed MDST 102, MDST 103, MDST 106,
courses, must be achieved to receive certification. Note: The PHAR courses                                  MDST 118, and EMS 101 in order to enroll in PBE 113 and 113L.
in the certificate plan are offered only during the semesters indicated below.
Most PHAR courses require either a prerequisite or a corequisite.                                           Prerequisites for entry into program:
                                                                                                             1) Completion of The University Skills Placement Test requirements and
Prerequisites for entry into program:                                                                            appropriate developmental courses if necessary;
1.        Completion of University Skills Placement Test requirements and                                    2) UNIV 102, with a grade of “C” or better.
          appropriate developmental courses, if necessary.
2.        University Studies 101 is required for graduation from all                                        Mandatory drug screening and background checks are required during the
          associate degree and certificate programs with general                                            first week of the program and will be scheduled by the Division of Health
          education components (most Certificates of Completion and                                         faculty. Students must pass the mandatory drug screening and background
          Certificates of Occupational Training). However, if a student                                     checks to remain in the program. Students exhibiting signs of impaired
          is graduating from a health program, UNIV 102 may be                                              clinical judgment related to suspected use of chemical substances, legal or
          substituted.                                                                                      otherwise, will be removed from the classroom, laboratory, or clinical setting
Mandatory drug screening is required during the first week of the                                           immediately. At that time, the instructor will implement steps according to
program and will be scheduled by the Division of Health faculty.                                            the Division of Health Policy for Student Suspected Impairment. Appeals
Students must pass the mandatory drug screening to remain in the                                            can be made according to the process outlined in the Student Handbook.
program. Drug screening may be repeated based on requirements                                               Fall and Spring Semesters                                          Credit Hours
of clinical site contracts. Students must pass the mandatory drug                                           MDST 102 Medical Terminology ........................................................... 3
screening and any mandatory screening to remain in the program.                                             MDST 103 Anatomy & Physiology for Allied Health ........................... 3
Students exhibiting signs of impaired clinical judgment related                                             MDST 106 Professional Development.................................................... 2
to suspected use of chemical substances, legal or otherwise, will                                           MDST 118 Current Issues for Allied Health .......................................... 2
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PBE     113 Introduction to Phlebotomy .................................................. 3            Criminal Justice Electives (choose 2 from list below)
PBE     113L Introduction to Phlebotomy Lab .......................................... 1               CJ       203 Introduction to Corrections .................................................. 3
EMS     101 Basic Life Support (CPR) ...................................................0.5            CJ       205 Criminal Procedures ............................................................. 3
                                                                                             14.5      CJ       220 Ethics & Liability in Criminal Justice .................................... 3
Spring and Summer Semesters                                                                            CJ       233 Juvenile Justice ...................................................................... 3
PBE     114L Phlebotomy Clinical...................................................................3   CJ       284 American Judicial Systems .................................................. 3
                                                                                                   3   CJ       289 Criminal Law ......................................................................... 3
Total Hours Required for Certificate: 17.5
                                                                                                              Total hours toward the Associate of
Students may be expected to meet health history, immunization, and
                                                                                                              Applied Science in Police Science: 37 cr. hours
background check requirements of some clinical agencies.
                                                                                                              Total hours awarded for successful
 PolICE sCIENCE                                                                                               completion of NMSP or NMDPS Academy: 30 cr. hours
                                                                                                       Total Hours Required for Degree: 66
The Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) in Police Science is a terminal,
career-centered degree program that provides a 66 credit hour course
of study for people currently employed in a law enforcement career
                                                                                                        PRE-ENgINEERINg
with a New Mexico policing agency or who are state-certified in                                        While not a certificate or degree program, the pre-engineering curriculum
policing by other state licensing authorities or are certified as military                             has been arranged so that students of engineering at ENMU-Roswell may
police. Students must complete a two-tiered course of study:                                           pursue a course of instruction to transfer to a four-year engineering school.
                                                                                                       Note: Students should obtain a catalog from the engineering school to
 1. Successful completion of 1) a New Mexico Department of Public                                             which they plan to transfer in order to know any special requirements
    Safety basic or NMDPS-approved satellite police certification training                                    at the lower-division level.
    academy, or 2) the United States Border Patrol Basic Training Program
    (USBPI),	 the	 Federal	 Air	 Marshal	 Basic	 Training	 Program	 (FAMTP),	                          First Semester                                                                         Credit Hours
    or the Land Management Basic Police Training Program (LMPT) will                                   UNIV 101 Success Skills for College and Career............................... 3
    equate to 30 hours toward the A.A.S. degree; AND                                                   ENG 102 English Composition ............................................................. 3
 2. A 36-hour academic component at ENMU-Roswell (see course of                                        ENGR 101 Introduction to Engineering ................................................. 3
    study listed below). Graduates of the United States Border Patrol                                  MATH 119* College Algebra ................................................................. 3
    Basic Training Program (USBPI) will receive credit for Spanish 102.                                ENGR 111 Technical Drawing ................................................................ 4
                                                                                                       ENGR 211 Introduction to CAD-Mechanical ........................................ 4
Students must meet the stringent qualifications for entrance to one of the                                                                                                                                        20
aforementioned law enforcement academies. These requirements include, but                              Second Semester
are not limited to, age limitations, physical fitness and psychological testing,                       MATH 124 Calculus I............................................................................... 4
an oral interview, and a background check.                                                             CHEM 151 General Chemistry I ............................................................. 3
Once the two-tiered course of study listed above is satisfied, and upon                                CHEM 151L General Chemistry I Lab ..................................................... 1
provision of an official training graduation transcript, students will be                              COMM ___ Common Core I .................................................................... 3
awarded an A.A.S. Degree in Police Science from ENMU-Roswell.                                          ENGR 212 Residential Architechtural CAD ........................................... 4
                                                                                                       ART     131/ MUS 113/ THTR 111............................................................ 3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  18
 PolICE sCIENCE
                                                                                                       Third Semester
Associate of Applied Science
                                                                                                       MATH 132 Calculus II ............................................................................. 4
                                                                     Credit Hours
                                                                                                       ENG 233 Professional and Technical Writing ................................... 3
General Education Requirements                                                           37
                                                                                                       PHYS 201 Physics I ................................................................................. 4
UNIV 101 Success Skills for College and Career............................... 3
                                                                                                       PHYS 201L Physics I Lab .......................................................................... 1
ENG 102 English Composition ............................................................. 3
                                                                                                       ENGR 213 or ENGR 230.......................................................................... 4
COMM ___ Common Core I ................................................................... 3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  16
MATH 107 Intermediate Algebra
                                                                                                       Fourth Semester
            OR
                                                                                                       MATH 202 Calculus III ........................................................................... 4
MATH 119 College Algebra ................................................................. 3
                                                                                                       ECON 221 Principles of Macro Economics ........................................... 3
PSY    101 Introductory Psychology ...................................................... 3
                                                                                                       HIST    101 Survey of American History Since 1877 ......................... 3
SOC    101 Introductory Sociology ........................................................ 3
                                                                                                       PSY     101 Introductory Psychology ...................................................... 3
SOC    212 Contemporary Social Issues................................................ 3
                                                                                                       Technology Elective ........................................................................................ 3
PSCI   102 American National Government......................................... 3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  16
CAS    151 Basic Computer Skills II
                                                                                                       * MATH Prerequisite can be fulfilled with satisfactory ACT scores.
            OR
                                                                                                       Total Hours Required            70
CIS    185 Introduction to Computer Information Systems ................. 3

Language Requirements (choose 1 from list below)                                                        PRoFEssIoNal PIlot tRaININg
SPAN 101 Beginning Spanish ................................................................ 4
                                                                                                       The purpose of the Associate of Science degree in Professional Pilot Training
SPAN 102 Continuation of Beginning Spanish .................................... 4
                                                                                                       is to provide a program through which students can complete aircraft pilot
DS     101 American Sign Language I.................................................. 3
                                                                                                       training and thereby become gainfully employed in the aviation industry. A
DS     102 American Sign Language II ................................................ 3
                                                                                                       strong academic component is included in the program, thus providing a
DS     103 American Sign Language III ............................................... 3
                                                                                                       well-rounded graduate. These academic courses would also be transferable
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should the graduate decide to pursue a bachelor’s degree.                       Committee:
                                                                                    1. Be in good standing with the University.
 PRoFEssIoNal PIlot tRaININg                                                        2. Have all required documentation on file in the Admissions and
Associate of Science Degree                                                            Records Office.
                                                                                    3. Have a current application to ENMU-Roswell on file in the Admission
The A.S. Degree in Professional Pilot Training transfers into a Bachelor of            and Records Office.
Applied Arts and Science Degree program at ENMU.                                    4. Have a 2.0 or higher GPA in the preadmission requirements
Note 1: In order to improve student success probability and reduce                     excluding developmental courses.
        unnecessary attrition, all new students must take the University            5. Have completed all prerequisite courses no later than the semester
        Skills Placement Test prior to entering the program. Students                  of application to the program.
        with a deficiency in mathematics are strongly urged to complete
                                                                                NOTE: Students meeting all continuing enrollment requirements will be
        developmental mathematics prior to registration in the professional
                                                                                given priority for continued enrollment in the core Radiographic Technology
        pilot training program.
                                                                                Program curriculum based on the individual student average GPA in the
Note 2: The student will pay Professional Pilot Training Laboratory fees
                                                                                Year 1 required courses, excluding grades in developmental courses.
        directly to the flight training provider.
                                                                                Space in the program is limited.
Professional Pilot Training Requirements                Credit Hours
PPT     101 Private Pilot Ground Instruction                       3            Mandatory drug screening is required during the first week of the Level I
PPT	    102	 Private	Pilot	Flight	Course	                          3            Radiographic Technology program and will be scheduled by the Division
PPT     103 Professional Pilot Ground Instruction I                3            of Health faculty. Students must pass the mandatory drug screening
PPT     104 Professional Pilot Ground Instruction II               3            to remain in the program. Drug screening may be repeated based on
PPT	    105	 Professional	Pilot	Flight	Course	I	                   4            requirements of clinical site contracts. Students must pass the mandatory
PPT	    106	 Professional	Pilot	Flight	Course	II	                  4            drug screening and any mandatory screening to remain in the program.
PPT	    107	 Instrument/Commercial	Pilot	Flight	Course	            5            Students exhibiting signs of impaired clinical judgment related to suspected
                                                                  25            use of chemical substances, legal or otherwise, will be removed from the
General Education Degree Requirements: 47                                       classroom, laboratory, or clinical setting immediately. At that time, the
Professional Pilot Training Requirements: 25                                    instructor will implement steps according to the Division of Health Policy
Total Hours Required for Degree:                    72                          for Student Suspected Impairment. Appeals can be made according to
                                                                                the process outlined in the Student Handbook.

 RaDIogRaPHIC tECHNologY                                                         RaDIogRaPHIC tECHNologY
Radiologic technologists and technicians take x-rays and administer             Associate of Science Degree
nonradioactive materials into patients’ bloodstreams for diagnostic
purposes. Some specialize in diagnostic imaging technologies, such as           Year 1     Courses                                                               Credit Hours
computerized tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).              UNIV        102 Success Skills for Health Careers........................................2
Radiologic technologists and technicians, also referred to as radiographers,    ENG         102 English Composition...............................................................3
produce x-ray films (radiographs) of parts of the human body for use            MDST        102 Medical Terminology .......................................................... 3
in diagnosing medical problems. They prepare patients for radiologic            MATH        107 Intermediate Algebra .......................................................... 3
examinations by explaining the procedure, removing articles such as             BIOL        209 Human Anatomy & Physiology I and Lab........................4
jewelry, through which x-rays cannot pass, and positioning patients so                             Prerequisite: BIOL 152/L
that the parts of the body can be appropriately radiographed. Radiologic        BIOL        210 Human Anatomy & Physiology II and Lab .....................4
technologists and technicians must follow physicians’ orders precisely and                         Prerequisite: BIOL 209
conform to regulations concerning the use of radiation to protect themselves,   PSY         101 General Psychology ............................................................ 3
their patients, and their coworkers from unnecessary exposure.                  SOC         101 Introductory Sociology........................................................ 3
                                                                                CAS         151 Basic Computer Skills II ...................................................... 3
In addition to preparing patients and operating equipment, radiologic
                                                                                                   Prerequisite CAS 101
technologists and technicians keep patient records and adjust and maintain
                                                                                EMS         101 Basic Life Support .............................................................0.5
equipment. They also may prepare work schedules, evaluate purchases of
equipment, or manage a radiology department.
                                                                                Level I & Level II Courses                                                            Credit Hours
Upon completion of the program, students will be eligible to take the           Semester 1
certification examination administered by the American Registry of              RADT      101 Introduction to Radiographic Technology &
Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). The program meets the ARRT accreditation                        Patient Care .......................................................................... 2
requirements through the Higher Learning Commission, a member of the            RADT      102 Radiographic Anatomy and Physiology ............................ 3
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, which accredits Eastern      RADT	 103L	 Fundamentals	of	Radiography ........................................... 3
New Mexico University-Roswell.                                                  RADT      104L Radiographic Positioning I .................................................. 3
Program Requirements                                                            Summer      Session 1
Students are required to complete the university skills placement               RADT         105L Radiographic Positioning II ............................................... 3
test and appropriate developmental courses, if necessary. All Year              RADT         110 Radiobiology and Protection .............................................. 3
I courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or higher. Any                  RADT         126L Radiographic Pathology I ................................................... 1
student who wishes to be considered for continuation in the program
                                                                                Semester 2
must submit an application for continuation to the Radiographic
                                                                                RADT     130L Radiographic Positioning II ................................................. 3
Technology Program by October 1. To be considered for continuation,
                                                                                RADT     140L Radiographic Imaging I ...................................................... 3
students must meet the following at the time of review by the Review
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RADT        142 Computed Radiography ..................................................... 2                                  or
RADT	       205	 Radiographic	Film	Critique ................................................. 1                MATH 107 Intermediate Algebra .......................................................... 3
RADT        226 Radiographic Pathology II .................................................. 2                 ENER 175 Introduction to Biomass Energy .......................................... 3
Semester 3                                                                                                     ENER 175L Introduction to Biomass Energy Lab .................................. 1
RADT    150L        Clinical Radiography II ....................................................... 3          ENER		 250		 Fundamentals	of	Solar	Energy ........................................... 3
RADT    231         Radiographic Imaging II: Techniques ................................ 2                     ENER		 250L		Fundamentals	of	Solor	Energy	Lab.................................... 1
RADT    240L        Clinical Radiography III ...................................................... 8          ENER 253 Mechanitronics..................................................................... 3
RADT    246         Radiographic Pathology III ................................................. 2             Semester Total 14 credit hours

Summer Session 2 (10 weeks)                                                                                    Spring Semester
RADT   260L Clinical Radiography IV...................................................... 8                    CTE     210 Employability Skills ............................................................ 3
Interim                                                                                                        ENER    203 Microprocessor .................................................................. 3
RADT    280 Radiographic Technology Seminar ................................... 2                              ENER    205 Introduction to Power Electronics ..................................... 3
                                                                                                               ENER    215 Energy Trends in Business and Industry .......................... 3
Radiographic Technology credits: 53                                                                            PHYS    113 Survey of Physics and Lab 113L
General Education credits:            28.5                                                                                    or
Total Hours Required for Degree: 81.5                                                                          PHYS    151 General Physics I and Lab 151L ........................................ 4
                                                                                                               Semester Total 16 credit hours
 RENEwaBlE ENERgY
                                                                                                               DEGREE TOTAL                        67 - 70 credit hours
 tECHNologY
Associate of Applied Science Degree
                                                                                                                REsPIRatoRY tHERaPY
Note: In order to improve student success probability and reduce
      unnecessary attrition, all students must take the University Skills                                      The A.S. in Respiratory Therapy transfers into a Baccalaureate of Applied
      Placement Test prior to entering the program and complete any                                            Arts and Science (BAAS) Degree Program at ENMU.
      remedial work necessary.
                                                                                                               Respiratory Therapists are allied health professionals who participate
                                                                                                               with other health professionals in the prevention of cardiopulmonary
Jobs in energy-driven occupations range from system designers to equipment
                                                                                                               problems and in the care of adults and children with acute and chronic
installers and from maintenance technicians to engineers. ENMU-Roswell
                                                                                                               cardiopulmonary disorders. They are employed in a variety of settings,
believes we can make a significant impact on the availability of a highly
                                                                                                               including hospitals, home care agencies, long term care facilities, and
skilled renewable energy workforce in Southeastern New Mexico and
                                                                                                               medical equipment suppliers.
West Texas, which will increase the production of green energy in our
area and improve the overall quality of life in our region. Our Associate                                      Progression into the core Respiratory Therapy Program curriculum/courses
of Applied Science program provides a broad-based overview of wind,                                            requires a separate applicaton procedure. Enrollment in the program is
solar, and biomass technologies and delivers a comprehensive study of                                          limited and interested persons who have successfully completed the first
electrical theory, power generation, and power distribution. Students who                                      year course requirements and have interviewed with the program director
successfully complete this program are prepared for entry-level employment                                     may enroll on a first-come, first-served basis. Certified Respiratory Therapy
or transfer into a baccalaureate level energy program.                                                         Technicians may apply for admission with advanced standing on a space
                                                                                                               available basis. This two-year, full-time program leads to an Associate of
Fall Semester                                                                                                  Science Degree. In order to gain skills in the practice of respiratory therapy,
UNIV 101            Success Skills for College and Career .............................. 3                     students will be required to attend clinical sessions outside of Roswell. This
CAS     135         Computer Applications for Technical Education .............. 3                             will require out of town travel and housing at the student’s expense.
ENER 101            Direct Current ....................................................................... 3   The Respiratory Therapy Program is accredited by the Commission on
ENER 105            Introduction to Renewable Energy ..................................... 3                   Accreditation for Respiratory Care (CoARC) [http://www.coarc.com/
ENER 145            Digital Electronics ................................................................ 3     1248 Harwood Rd., Bedford, TX 76021, Phone (817) 283-2835].
Semester Total      15 credit hours
                                                                                                               Mandatory drug screening is required during the first week of the program
Spring Semester                                                                                                and	will	be	scheduled	by	the	Respiratory	Therapy	Faculty.	Students	must	
COMM ___ Common Core I ................................................................... 3                   pass the mandatory drug screening to remain in the program. Drug
ENG     102 English Composition ............................................................ 3                 screening may be repeated based on the requirements of clinical site
ENER 102 Alternating Current .............................................................. 3                  contracts. Students must pass the mandatory drug screening and any
ENER		 110		 Fundamentals	of	Wind	Energy........................................... 3                          mandatory screening to remain in the program. Appeals can be made
ENER		 110L		Fundamentals	of	Wind	Energy	Lab ................................... 1                             according to the process outlined in the Student Handbook.
ENER 150 Power Delivery System Management .............................. 3
Semester Total 16 credit hours                                                                                 Credit for Industry Credentials
                                                                                                               Credit for industry credentials assists non-degreed credentialed respiratory
Summer Session                                                                                                 therapists in attaining an Associate of Science Degree in Respiratory
ENER 294 Co-op/Internship...............................................................3-6                    Therapy. Those holding the RRT credential will only need to meet general
SET     115 Workplace Safety for Employees ...................................... 1                            education requirements. The Associate of Science degree in Respiratory
Semester Total 4 - 7 credit hours                                                                              Therapy is awarded when all general education and Respiratory curriculum
                                                                                                               is successfully completed.
Fall Semester
MATH 105 Technical Math ......................................................................                 Any student with a nationally recognized Respiratory Therapy credential
                                                                                                               may be awarded college credit towards a Respiratory Therapy Associate
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of Science Degree. This includes the National Board of Respiratory                  All of the above courses are offered on an open enrollment basis.
Care (NBRC), Certified Respiratory Therapist (CRT), Certified Respiratory
                                                                                    Note: Most courses are available only once in a calendar year.
Therapy Technician (CRTT), or the Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT).
                                                                                    Core RCP Courses
Please submit the following documents for review if seeking credit for current
                                                                                    Fall Semester I                                                            Credit Hours
licensure or certificate:
                                                                                    EMS      101 Basic Life Support Provider (CPR)...................................0.5
                                                                                             (May be taken prior to this semester but no later)
	 •	 Application	for	Admission	(apply	online	at	www.roswell.enmu.edu).
                                                                                    RCP      103 Introduction to Respiratory Therapy .................................. 3
     N
	 •	 	 otarized	copy	(front	and	back	if	applicable)	of	a	current	state	license	
                                                                                             (May be taken prior to this semester but no later)
     and NBRC credential certificate(s).
                                                                                    RCP      104 Cardiopulmonary Physiology ............................................. 3
     O
	 •	 	 fficial	 high	 school	 transcripts	 from	 an	 accredited	 institution	 or	
                                                                                    RCP      105 Basic Therapeutics ............................................................... 3
     satisfactory GED test scores (Any high school, GED, or college
                                                                                    RCP      105L Basic Therapeutics Lab ....................................................... 1
     transcripts must be sent directly to ENMU-Roswell from the school
                                                                                    RCP      106 Cardiopulmonary Pharmacology ...................................... 3
     previously attended. Transcripts should be sent to : Eastern New
                                                                                    RCP      107L Clinical Procedures I** ...................................................... 3
     Mexico University-Roswell, P.O. Box 6000, ATTN: Admissions,
                                                                                                                                                                               16.5
     Roswell, NM 88202).
                                                                                    Spring Semester I
Please note the following:                                                          RCP      108 Basic Assessment and Monitoring ..................................... 3
     A
	 •	 	 ll	credit	awarded	for	credentials	is	dependent	upon	approval	by	the	         RCP      108L Basic Assessment and Monitoring Lab.............................. 1
     Respiratory Therapy Director.                                                  RCP      109L Clinical Procedures II** ..................................................... 3
     A
	 •	 	 ll	entering	students	are	required	to	take	the	University	Skills	Placement	   RCP      110 Critical Care Therapeutics .................................................. 3
     Test in English, math, and reading. Please refer to the ENMU-Roswell           RCP      110L Critical Care Therapeutics Lab........................................... 1
     catalog for further information concerning exemptions.                         RCP      201 Advanced Assessment and Monitoring............................. 5
                                                                                    RCP      201L Advanced Assessment and Monitoring Lab** ................ 1
If you have further questions about receiving college credit for your
                                                                                                                                                                                  16
Respiratory Therapy license or NBRC credentialing certificate(s), please
                                                                                    Summer Session
contact the Respiratory Therapy Department at (575) 624-7217 or
                                                                                    RCP      202L Clinical Procedures III** .................................................... 3
refer to the RCP pages on the Web site for specific program contacts.
                                                                                    RCP      203 Cardiopulmonary Disorders I ............................................. 3
Students pursuing an Associate of Science Degree in Respiratory Therapy             RCP      205 Cardiopulmonary Disorders II............................................ 3
must complete the general education requirements from the Associate of                                                                                                              9
Science in Respiratory Therapy degree plan.                                         Fall Semester II
                                                                                    RCP      204 Specialty Therapeutics ........................................................ 3
 REsPIRatoRY tHERaPY                                                                RCP      204L Specialty Therapeutics Lab ................................................. 1
Associate of Science Degree                                                         RCP      208 Professional Development ................................................... 2
                                                                                    RCP      209L Clinical Procedures V** ..................................................... 8
First Year Courses                                                                                                                                                                14
Note: All of these courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or                 Total Credits (including prerequisite courses)
better prior to progressing into the core Respiratory Therapy courses.              Respiratory Credits:                54.5
                                                                                    General Education Credits:         28 - 34
 1. University Skills Placement Test and required developmental courses             Total Hours Required for Degree: 84.5 - 90.5
    if necessary.
 2. Anatomy and Physiology                                                          **RCP clinical courses are a minimum of 60 clock hours per credit and
    RCP 200 - Anatomy and Physiology for Respiratory Therapists (3                  are competency based.
    credits) and                                                                    Advanced Placement
    RCP 200L - Anatomy and Physiology for Respiratory Therapists Lab                Students seeking advanced placement (transferring from another
    (1 credit)                                                                      Respiratory Therapy program or licensed as an RN, EMT-P, or CRT or
 3. Chemistry - one credit of high school chemistry and two credits of              other appropriate health care provider) must meet all requirements
    high school algebra within the past 5 years                                     for acceptance into the Respiratory Therapy Program. In addition,
    or                                                                              applicants must meet the following:
    CHEM 121 - Survey of General Chemistry (3 credits), and
    CHEM 121L - Survey of General Chemistry Lab (1 credit)                            1. Submit all official transcripts including those from their program
 4. Success Skills for Health Careers                                                    of study. A grade of “C” or higher is required in all previous RCP
    UNIV 102 - Success Skills for Health Careers (2 credit hours)                        or general education courses.
 5. Math                                                                              2. Complete validation exams, as required, in the cognitive, psychomotor,
    MATH 107 - Intermediate Algebra (3 credits)                                          and clinical areas to determine the level at which
 6. English                                                                              the student may enter the program (additional fees may be
    ENG 102 - English Composition (3 credits)                                            required).
 7. Computer Literacy                                                                 3. Repeat selected Respiratory Therapy courses completed five
    Any 3 credit computer literacy (CAS or CIS) course                                   or more years prior to reapplication for advanced standing
 8. Psychology                                                                           as recommended by the Respirator y Therapy Admissions
    PSY 101 - Introductory Psychology (3 credits)                                        Committee, the Respiratory Therapy Program Director, and the
 9. Micro and Lab                                                                        Respiratory Therapy Program Medical Director.
    BIOL 214 - Microbiology (3 credits), and                                          4. Submit a university application and separate Respiratory Therapy
    BIOL 214L - Microbiology Lab (1 credit)                                              application.
10.MDST 102 - Medical Terminology. (3 credit hours)                                   5. Meet with the Respiratory Therapy Program Director.
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Students not admitted to the Respiratory Therapy Program under                                                   Life or Physical Science ................................................................................ 4
advanced placement do have the right to appeal admission decisions                                               *Humanities	and	Fine	Arts ............................................................................ 3
through the University appeal process.                                                                                     HUM 221 or 222
                                                                                                                           THTR 111
 tEaCHER EDUCatIoN                                                                                                         MUS 113
                                                                                                                           ART 131, 265, or 266
The A.A. in Teacher Education transfers into a Bachelor of Arts (BA)                                             *EDF	 222	(ELED/SED)	.... ....................................................................... 3
Degree Program at ENMU.                                                                                          HIST      101, 102, 121, or 122 ................................................................. 3
The Transfer Module for Teacher Education is consistent with                                                     PSY       201 (ELED) or 202 (SED) ............................................................. 3
requirements of the Postsecondary Education Articulation Act [21-                                                                                                                                                       16
1B NMSA 1978]. The Transfer Module, for use statewide by students                                                Total Hours Required for Degree: 64
pursuing a program of study leading to teacher certification, replaces                                           *20 credit hours at 200 level courses required.
three earlier teacher education modules.
Students who anticipate transferring to one of the New Mexico                                                     UNIVERsItY stUDIEs
public universities and majoring in education should follow this
module of lower division courses. Check with the transfer institution                                            The University Studies Associate of Arts Degree Program is a two-
requirements to select the appropriate courses from Associate of                                                 year transfer degree designed to be consistent with freshman and
Arts Degree Plan courses. Students who successfully complete this                                                sophomore courses in four-year universities. Maximum transferability
preparatory curriculum for teacher education are strongly advised                                                can be assured when students carefully coordinate their Associate of
to take the New Mexico Assessment (NMTA) of Basic Skills before                                                  Arts degree course work with the general education requirements of
transferring to a university. Admission to most teacher education                                                the four-year institution to which they plan to transfer. This degree is
programs requires successful completion of the Basic Skills portion                                              offered both on Campus and on-line.
of the NMTA. Students are responsible for knowing the rules and
regulations concerning graduation requirements and for registering                                                To receive the Associate of Arts degree in University Studies, students must
in courses required.                                                                                             complete the 49 credit hours from the General Education Requirements
                                                                                                                 listed below, plus 15 credit hours of electives, which may be in a specific
                                                                                                                 field or from various fields of study. The degree requires a minimum of 64
 tEaCHER EDUCatIoN                                                                                               credit hours, at least 20 of which must be in courses at the 200 (sophomore)
Associate of Arts Degree                                                                                         level. A cumulative GPA of at least 2.0 is required. Students are responsible
                                                                                                                 for knowing the rules and regulations concerning graduation requirements
Fall Semester                                                                         Credit Hours               and for registering in courses required.
UNIV 101 ............................................................................................... 3
ENG     102 ............................................................................................... 3    The General Education Common Core Requirements included in the
CAS     151 ............................................................................................... 3    suggested course list below are for an Associate of Arts Degree. The
MATH 107, 119, 261, or STAT 213 ......................................................3-4                        courses listed in bold print meet the general guidelines established for
(Check with transfer degree plan for ELEM and SED Math requirements.)                                            the statewide General Education Common Core. Students interested
HIST    101, 102, 121, or 122 ................................................................. 3                in transferring to a four-year institution once they complete their
HPE     (any activity course) ...................................................................... 1           ENMU-Roswell course work should consult with an advisor regarding
                                                                                                     16-17       transferability of specific courses.
Spring Semester                                                                                                  ENMU-Roswell advises students preparing for careers in engineering,
ENG      104 ............................................................................................... 3   health sciences, or other profession-related fields that some of this course
*COMM ___ Common Core I ................................................................... 3                    work may not transfer toward the general education requirements but will
*MATH 113, 119, 262 or STAT 213 ........................................................3-4                      usually apply toward elective requirements. Students who have identified a
(Check with transfer degree plan for ELEM and SED Math requirements.)                                            particular university at which they wish to complete their bachelors degree
HIST      101, 102, 121, or 122 ................................................................. 3              should consult the transfer guide for that institution for more current and
Life Science: BIOL ......................................................................................... 4   detailed advice.
                                                                                                     16-17
Fall Semester                                                                                                     UNIVERsItY stUDIEs
Physical Science: CHEM, PHYS, GEOL ...................................................... 4
                                                                                                                 Associate of Arts Degree
*Social and Behavioral Sciences ............................................................... 3
          ANTH 105 or 243
                                                                                                                 Fall Semester                                                                          Credit Hours
          ECON 221 or 222
                                                                                                                 UNIV 101 ............................................................................................... 3
          PSCI 101 or 102
                                                                                                                 ENG      102 ............................................................................................... 3
          SOC 101, 212, or 215
                                                                                                                 COMM ___ Common Core I .................................................................. 3
*Humanities	and	Fine	Arts ............................................................................ 3
                                                                                                                 MATH: Common Core II ............................................................................... 3
          HUM 221 or 222
                                                                                                                 CAS      151 or CIS 185 ............................................................................ 3
          THTR 111
                                                                                                                 HPE      141 or Activity Class ................................................................ 1-2
          MUS 113
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      16-17
          ART 131, 265, or 266
                                                                                                                 Spring Semester
*ENG 211, 215, 216, 217, 221, or 222 ............................................... 3
                                                                                                                 ENG      104 ............................................................................................... 3
*HIST 203 ............................................................................................... 3
                                                                                                                 MATH: Common Core II ...........................................................................3-4
                                                                                                          16
                                                                                                                 *Social and Behavioral Sciences: Common Core IV ................................ 3
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*Fine	Arts:	Common	Core	Vb	 ..................................................................... 3                   WELD         Beginning Arc I ..................................................................... 4
                                                                                                                                  131
*Elective           ............................................................................................3-4   WELD         Beginning Arc II .................................................................... 4
                                                                                                                                  132
HPE Activity Class ......................................................................................0-1          WELD         Gas Tungsten Arc ................................................................. 6
                                                                                                                                  135
                                                                                                             16-18    WELD         Co-op/Internship Training.................................................... 3
                                                                                                                                  294
Fall Semester                                                                                                                                                                                                          33
Life Sciences: Common Core III .................................................................. 4                   Total Hours Required for Certificate:               33
*Social and Behavioral Sciences: Common Core IV ............................... 3
*Humanities: Common Core Va ................................................................. . 3                      wElDINg tECHNologY - aDVaNCED
*Elective ......................................................................................................3-4   Certificate of Employability
*Elective ......................................................................................................3-4
                                                                                                             16-18    Note: In order to improve student success probability and reduce
Spring Semester                                                                                                              unnecessary attrition, all students must take the University Skills
Physical Sciences: Common Core III ............................................................ 4                            Placement Test prior to entering the program and complete any
*Humanities: Common Core Va ................................................................... 3                            remedial work necessary.
*Social and Behavioral Sciences: Common Core IV                                                                                                                                                                      Credit H
or                                                                                                                    MATH 105 Technical Math .................................................................... 3
Fine	Arts:	Common	Core	Vb	 ........................................................................ 3                 WELD 118 Basic Metallurgy and Weld Testing Applications ............. 3
*Elective .....................................................................................................3-4    WELD 210 Intermediate Arc/Cutting .................................................... 6
*Elective ......................................................................................................3-4   WELD 221 Advanced Arc/Pipe I .......................................................... 4
                                                                                                             16-18    WELD 222 Advanced Arc/Pipe II ......................................................... 4
Total credit hours required for degree                                 64                                             WELD 232 Pipefitting for Welders
*Opportunities to meet 13 - 16 hours of 200 level requirement.                                                                      OR
                                                                                                                      IET     220 Machine Tool Technology with Lab ................................... 4
Electives selected from the core courses of academic course areas transfer                                                                                                                                        24
to New Mexico institutions of higher education.                                                                       Total Hours Required for Certificate: 24
Two electives (totaling no more than six credit hours) may be selected from
vocational/career technical (disciplines not listed in the New Mexico General                                          wElDINg tECHNologY
Education Common Core) courses. However, not all New Mexico transfer                                                  Associate of Applied Science Degree
institutions give credit for vocational/career technical courses. It is the
responsibility of the student to check the requirements of the transfer institution.                                  The A.A.S. Degree in Welding Technology transfers into a Bachelor
                                                                                                                      of Applied Arts and Sciences (BAAS) or Bachelor of Occupational
  wElDINg tECHNologY                                                                                                  Education (BOE) Degree Program at ENMU. * Please check all core
                                                                                                                      courses for transferability into these degree plans.
Note: This program requires students to purchase their own tools. To obtain                                           Note: In order to improve student success probability and reduce
      a list of the required tools, contact the program instructor.                                                         unnecessary attrition, all new students must take the University Skills
This program allows the student flexibility in enrolling and scheduling courses.                                            Placement Test prior to entering the program and complete any
A student will sign a contract with the instructor upon arriving at a mutually                                              necessary remedial work.
agreeable schedule for each course. This schedule will then be enforced                                                General Course Requirements                                            Credit Hours
according to the regular college attendance policy. Courses are taught using a                                        UNIV 101 Success Skills for College and Career.............................. 3
variety of the “hands-on” equipment and the latest in computer software.                                              CAS    135 Computer Applications for Technical Education .............. 3
A student must demonstrate proficiency in the course competencies to                                                  BUS    151 Introduction to Business ...................................................... 3
successfully complete the course requirements and advance to sequential                                               COMM ___ Common Core I .................................................................. 3
courses. It is recommended that students take the courses in sequential                                               ENG 102 English Composition ............................................................ 3
order as presented in the degree plan below. Students are expected to                                                 MATH 105 Technical Math ................................................................... 3
demonstrate responsibility in completing assignments in a timely manner.                                              	      		‑‑‑‑‑	 Elective	(BUS,	CAS,	ACCT,	MGT,	MKT).................................3
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Students successfully completing the program are skilled in the latest
advances in welding technology and are given assistance in locating                                                   Program Course Requirements
appropriate employment. Current graduates are gainfully employed                                                      CTE    210 Employability Skills ............................................................. 3
in a wide variety of large and small shops in the area.                                                               WELD 110 Introduction to Welding ...................................................... 4
                                                                                                                      WELD 115 Print Reading ...................................................................... 3
  wElDINg tECHNologY - BasIC                                                                                          WELD 118 Basic Metallurgy and Weld Testing Applications ............. 3
Certificate of Employability                                                                                          WELD	 125	 Gas	Metal	Arc/Flux	Core	 ................................................. 6
                                                                                                                      WELD 131 Beginning Arc I .................................................................. 4
Note: In order to improve student success probability and reduce                                                      WELD 132 Beginning Arc II ................................................................. 4
      unnecessary attrition, all students must take the University Skills                                             WELD 135 Gas Tungsten Arc ............................................................... 6
      Placement Test prior to entering the program.                                                                   WELD 210 Intermediate Arc/Cutting .................................................... 6
                                                                                          Credit Hours                WELD 221 Advanced Arc/Pipe I .......................................................... 4
CTE          210       Employability Skills ............................................................... 3         WELD 222 Advanced Arc/Pipe II ......................................................... 4
WELD         110       Introduction to Welding ....................................................... 4              WELD 232 Pipefitting for Welders
WELD         115       Print Reading ......................................................................... 3                  OR
WELD	        125	      Gas	Metal	Arc/Flux	Core ................................................... 6                  IET    220 Machine Tool Technology with Lab ................................... 4
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WELD    294 Co-op/Internship Training .................................................. 3             to complete the bookkeeping cycle.
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                                                                                                  ACCT	 201	 (ACCT	 2113)	 ‑	 Principles	 of	 Accounting	 	 I.	 Four	 credit	 hours.	
Total Hours Required for Degree: 75
                                                                                                     Fundamental	accounting	principles	and	concepts,	procedures	in	data	
Additional Welding Technology Course Offerings                                                       accumulation presentation, and preparation of financial reports. Three
WELD 293 Special Topics ....................................................................1-3      hours lecture and two hours laboratory weekly.
WELD 201 Practical Applications for Welding ..................................1-3
                                                                                                  ACCT	 202	 (ACCT	 2123)	 ‑	 Principles	 of	 Accounting	 	 II.	 Four	 credit	
                                                                                                     hours. Partnerships, corporations, financing of business entities, cost
 CoURsE DEsCRIPtIoNs                                                                                 accounting and budget analysis. Three hours lecture and two hours
                                                                                                     laboratory weekly. Prerequisite: ACCT 201.
 (aB) auto Body and Paint                                                                         ACCT 204 - Basic Income Tax. Three credit hours. Income tax forms and
ENMU-Roswell offers a Certificate of Occupational Training in the auto                               laws which affect a small business, including payroll and income
body and paint area.                                                                                 tax returns, emphasizing individual taxes.
AB	 101	 ‑	 	 Basic	 Auto	 Body	 and	 Paint.	 Four	 credit	 hours.	 Theory	                       ACCT	 206	 ‑	 Accounting	 for	 Small	 Business.	 Three	 credit	 hours.	 Full	
     and practice in performing minor body repairs and painting.                                     charge bookkeeping activities for a small business. Payroll, payroll
     Instruction is given in safety and the proper use of tools.                                     taxes with both state and federal tax payments and reporting,
     (Repeatable for credit.)                                                                        development and upkeep of a chart of accounts, combined
                                                                                                     journals, microcomputer accounting, preparation and analysis
AB 168/268 - Workshop in Auto Body and Paint. One to nine credit                                     of financial statements. Prerequisite: ACCT 201.
    hours. As announced. (Repeatable for credit.)
                                                                                                  ACCT 207 - Payroll Accounting. Three credit hours. Payroll law,
AB 291 - Directed Studies. One to three credit hours. This course                                    computing wages and salaries, social security taxes, income tax
   allows the student to investigate in depth some subject matter that                               withholding, unemployment compensation taxes, tax payments
   is not covered in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-Roswell.                                  and reporting for both federal and state requirements, payroll
   Assignments must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of work per credit                               registers, employee earnings records, and analyzing and
   hour in the form of a substantial research paper, study, or project.                              journalizing payroll transactions. Prerequisite: ACCT 201.
   Prerequisite: Completion of Directed Studies Request form; consent
   of instructor and administrative approval. (Repeatable for credit.)                            ACCT 209 - Microcomputer Accounting - Peachtree. Three credit
                                                                                                     hours. Basic accounting principles for business concerns with
AB 193/293 - Topics in Auto Body and Paint. One to nine credit hours.                                transactions recorded using a microcomputer. Emphasis will be
    As announced. (May be repeated for credit with consent of instructor                             on setting up Peachtree, basic business transactions, invoicing,
    and administrative approval.)                                                                    managing inventories, accounts receivable, and accounts
                                                                                                     payable. Prerequisite: ACCT 200 or 201.
 (aCs) academic studies
                                                                                                  ACCT 210 - Microcomputer Accounting - QuickBooks. Three credit
ACS	 101A	 ‑	 Fastrack	 to	 Success	 Basic.	 One	 to	 nine	 credit	 hours.	                          hours. Basic accounting principles for business concerns with
   This integrated course is designed for students needing basic                                     transactions recorded using a microcomputer. Emphasis will be
   instruction in the skill areas of reading, math, and English.                                     on setting up QuickBooks, basic business transactions, invoicing,
   Students are responsible for mastering skill levels identified by                                 managing inventories, accounts receivable, and accounts
   the	 Plato	 Fastrack	 Assessment.	 Successful	 completion	 of	 the	                               payable. Prerequisite: ACCT 200 or 201.
   designated modules prepares the student for intermediate-                                      ACCT 212 - Advanced Bookkeeping. Three credit hours. Procedures
   level instruction. Instruction is computer-based and self-paces                                   and practices in bookkeeping with emphasis on computerized
   with minimal instructor contact. Credit and tuition are based on                                  accounting. Accounting software, Excel spreadsheets, and payroll
   the number of modules designated for completion. Credit not                                       software will be used to complete problems and practice sets
   applicable toward degree requirements.                                                            for small businesses. Prerequisites: ACCT 202, ACCT 209 or 210,
ACS	 101B	 ‑	 Fastrack	 to	 Success	 Intermediate.	 One	 to	 nine	 credit	                           CAS 274.
   hours. This integrated course is designed for students needing                                 ACCT 214 - Volunteer Tax Preparer. Two credit hours. Introduction to
   intermediate instruction in the skill areas of reading, math,                                     basic income tax-return preparation issues and software for basic
   and English. Students are responsible for mastering skill                                         tax returns for low-income and elderly taxpayers. Students will
   levels	 identified	 by	 the	 Plato	 Fastrack	 Assessment.	 Successful	                            be required to take a certification exam. Prerequisite: ACCT 204.
   completion of the designated modules prepares the student                                         Corequisite: ACCT 214L.
   for college-level instruction. Instruction is computer-based and
   self-paced with minimal instructor contact. Credit and tuition are                             ACCT 214L - Volunteer Tax Preparer Internship. One credit hour.
   based on the number of modules designated for completion.                                         Students apply current tax code to prepare individual tax returns
   Credit not applicable toward degree requirements.                                                 for low-income and elderly taxpayers. Thirty hours of volunteer
                                                                                                     tax return preparation work during spring term is required along
                                                                                                     with passing a certification examination. Corequisite: ACCT 214.
 (aCCt) accounting
                                                                                                  ACCT	 215	 ‑	 Certified	 Bookkeeper.	 Three	 credit	 hours.	 Fundamental	
ACCT 200 - Basic Bookkeeping and Accounting. Three credit hours.
                                                                                                     accounting principles and concepts, procedures in data accumulation,
   Composition of a basic system and implementation. Areas of
                                                                                                     presentation, and preparation of and adjustments to financial reports.
   concentration include preparing a balance sheet, journalizing an
                                                                                                     Payroll laws and payroll and payroll tax processing. Detailed
   open entry from the source document, journalizing and posting
                                                                                                     examination of accounting for inventory, depreciation, and internal
   other daily transactions, preparing a trial balance on a worksheet,
                                                                                                     controls and fraud. Prerequisite: ACCT 202.
   preparing adjusting entries, and preparing a post-closing trial balance
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ACCT 251 (ACCT 2133 ) - Intermediate Accounting I. Three credit                          components, troubleshooting and repair of all landing gear.
   hours. Theory pertaining to assets, special purpose funds, liabilities,               Prerequisite: Successful completion of all GAMT classes.
   the balance sheet, and income and retained earnings statements.                    AFRM	 110	 ‑	 Aircraft	 Auxiliary	 Systems.	 Two	 credit	 hours.	 Overview	 of	
   Prerequisite: ACCT 202. (ENMU-Portales accepts for upper-division                     operation, troubleshooting, and repair of cabin atmosphere, position
   accounting credit.)                                                                   and warning, ice and rain control, and fire protection systems.
                                                                                         Prerequisite: Successful completion of all GAMT classes.
ACCT 168/268 - Workshop in Accounting. One to nine credit hours. As
                                                                                      AFRM	 111	 ‑	 Aircraf t	 Inspection.	 One	 credit	 hour.	 Per form	 an	
   announced. (Repeatable for credit.)
                                                                                         airworthiness inspection of an aircraft. Including a 100 hour
ACCT 291 - Directed Studies. One to three credit hours. This course                      or annual inspection. Prerequisite: Successful completion of all
   allows the student to investigate in-depth some subject matter                        GAMT classes.
   that is not covered in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-
   Roswell. Assignments must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of                        (ag) agriculture
   work per credit hour in the form of a substantial research paper,
   study, or project. Prerequisite: Completion of Directed Studies                    AG 101 - Animal Science. Three credit hours. Livestock and meat industry;
   Request form; consent of instructor and administrative approval.                       problems of feeding management; development of skill in cattle,
   (Repeatable for credit.)                                                               sheep, and swine production.

ACCT 193/293 - Topics in Accounting. One to nine credit hours. As                     AG 102 - Dairy Science. Three credit hours. Dairy science in relation to
   announced. (May be repeated for credit with consent of instructor                      agriculture; dairy breeds, secretion of milk, composition and food
   and administrative approval.)                                                          value of milk, importance of quality in dairy products; breeding,
                                                                                          feeding, and management of the dairy herd; and marketing of dairy
ACCT 294 - Accounting Internship. Three credit hours. The capstone                        products.
   course required to complete the Accounting Degree. Students will
   work a minimum of nine (9) hours per week under the joint supervision              AG 103 - Orientation and Careers. One credit hour. An introduction to
   of the cooperating firm and ENMU-Roswell. Presentation of a detailed                   the field of agriculture and the many career opportunities within the
   work experience report will be required. Prerequisite/Corequisite:                     discipline.
   ACCT 212.                                                                          AG	106	‑	Urban	Forestation.	One	credit	hour.	Focuses	on	the	identification,	
                                                                                          inspection, and care of trees, vegetation, and small plants.
  (aFR) & (aFRM) airframe
                                                                                      AG 121 - Horse Production and Management. Three credit hours. An
(This is part of Aviation Maintenance Technology. See PWPL
                                                                                         introduction to the fundamental aspects of the scope and status of
- Powerplant and GAMT - .)                                                               the equine industry. The functional anatomy, feeding, nutrition, and
AFR	 114	 ‑	 Theory	 of	 Flight	 and	 Aerodynamics	 for	 Fixed	 and	 Rotary	             health management of the horse.
     Winged Aircraft and Lab. Two credit hours. Study of powered
                                                                                      AG 168/268 - Workshop in Agriculture. One to nine credit hours. As
     flight as related to fixed and rotary winged aircraft.
                                                                                         announced. (Repeatable for credit.)
AFRM	 101	 ‑	 Aircraft	 Electrical	 Systems.	 Two	 credit	 hours.	 Describes	 full	
     aircraft electrical systems, including troubleshooting and repair of             AG 291 - Directed Studies. One to three credit hours. This course
     these systems. Prerequisite: Successful completion of GAMT classes.                 allows the student to investigate in depth some subject matter that
AFRM	 102	 ‑	 Assembly	 and	 Rigging.	 One	 credit	 hour.	 Discussion	 of	 all	          is not covered in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-Roswell.
     assembly and rigging on flight controls for rotary wing and fixed                   Assignments must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of work per credit
     wing aircraft, and all cable control of power control units. Prerequisite:          hour in the form of a substantial research paper, study, or project.
     Successful completion of all GAMT classes.                                          Prerequisite: Completion of Directed Studies Request form; consent of
AFRM	 103	 ‑	 Sheet	 Metal	 Structures.	 Four	 credit	 hours.	 Describes	 sheet	         instructor and administrative approval. (Repeatable for credit.)
     metal repairs and how to perform repairs on sheet metal structures.              AG 193/293 - Topics in Agriculture. One to nine credit hours. As
     Prerequisite: Successful completion of all GAMT classes.                            announced. (May be repeated for credit with consent of instructor
AFRM	104	‑	Welding.	One	credit	hour.	Basic	instruction	including	braising,	              and administrative approval.)
     soldering, gas welding, weld inspection, basic repairs for aircraft, and
     shop safety. Prerequisite: Successful completion of all GAMT classes.
                                                                                       (aHE) allied Health Education
AFRM	105	‑	Wood,	Fabric,	and	Finishes.	One	credit	hour.	Identification	of	
     woods and wooden repairs. Explanation of types of fabric and fabric              AHE	201	‑	Fundamentals	of	Teaching	in	Allied	Heath.	Three	credit	hours.	
     repairs for fabric covered aircraft. Identification and explanation of               An introduction to the basic principles underlying teaching and
     aircraft finishes such as paint application and aircraft identification              learning: learning theory, motivation, the exceptional learner, gender
     design. Prerequisite: Successful completion of all GAMT classes.                     and culture differences, and classroom management strategies. The
AFRM	106	‑	Composite	Structures.	Two	credit	hours.	Basic	design,	repair,	                 course is designed to develop and enhance skills of allied health
     and application of composite materials as related to the aircraft                    professional teaching in an allied health setting.
     industry. Prerequisite: Successful completion of all GAMT classes.
                                                                                      AHE 202 - Instructional Design in Allied Health. Three credit hours. The
AFRM	 107	 ‑	 Instruments	 and	 Navigation/Communication	 Systems.	 One	
                                                                                          course covers goal analysis, needs assessment, lesson plans, and
     credit hour. Inspection and repair of aircraft instruments. Overview and
                                                                                          writing performance objectives for developing courses of study in
     repair of aircraft navigation and communication systems. Prerequisite:
                                                                                          allied health programs.
     Successful completion of all GAMT classes.
AFRM	108	‑	Hydraulic,	Pneumatic,	and	Fuel	Systems.	Three	credit	hours.	               AHE 203 - Learning Strategies in Allied Health Programs. Two credit hours.
     Instruction on basic system components, operation, troubleshooting                   Emphasis is placed on exploring a variety of learning styles and
     and repair for hydraulic, pneumatic, and fuel systems. Prerequisite:                 strategies to facilitate learning in allied health programs.
     Successful completion of all GAMT classes.                                       AHE 204 - Adult Learners in Allied Health. Three credit hours. Content
AFRM	 109	 ‑	 Landing	 Gear	 Systems.	 Two	 credit	 hours.	 Basic	 operation,	            based primarily on psychology of teaching and learning of adults.
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     Topics include learner readiness, development, motivation, creativity,         alternative healing modalities and the nature of integrated
     and application of instruction and learning to the adult learner in the        health care. Course examines the theory and practice of the most
     allied health programs.                                                        common therapies including acupuncture, herbal medicine,
                                                                                    massage, mind-body therapies, and Traditional Chinese Medicine.
AHE 205 - Instructional Delivery and Evaluation in Allied Health Programs.
    Two credit hours. Students will demonstrate their ability to connect
    lesson plans with curriculum objectives and assessment used in allied       (aNtH) anthropology
    health programs.                                                           ANTH 105 (ANTH 1113) - Introductory Anthropology. Three credit hours.
AHE 206 - Accreditation Standards in Allied Health. Three credit hours.           A beginning course covering the diverse societies that exist in various
    The course explores accreditation standards, national and regional            geographical areas of the world, with emphasis on understanding
    standards, school and college improvement plans when developing               relationships between cultural and natural environments.
    new and existing curriculum in allied health programs. Included in this    ANTH 243 (ANTH 2113) - Introduction to Cultural Anthropology. Three
    course is development of externship facilities, affiliation agreements        credit hours. A beginning course that emphasizes a cross view
    and evaluations.                                                              of human adaptations. Introductory information on comparative
AHE 207 - Technology Application in Allied Health Education. Three credit         linguistics, economies, political systems, kinship, and religion.
    hours. Technology applications such as the World Wide Web, Internet        ANTH 168/268 - Workshop in Anthropology. One to nine credit hours.
    based courses, and computer generated instructional materials are             As announced. (Repeatable for credit.)
    examined for application in allied health education.
                                                                               ANTH 291 - Directed Studies. One to three credit hours. This course
AHE 208 - Test Construction and Evaluation in Allied Health Education.            allows the student to investigate in depth some subject matter that
    Three credit hours. Covers the basic guidelines to writing and refining       is not covered in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-Roswell.
    tests so that they measure what is intended to be measured in allied          Assignments must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of work per credit
    heath curriculum.                                                             hour in the form of a substantial research paper, study, or project.
AHE 209 - Professional Seminar in Allied Health. One credit hour. The             Prerequisite: Completion of Directed Studies Request form; consent of
    course is designed to allow students to participate in allied health          instructor and administrative approval. (Repeatable for credit.)
    courses, workshops, and seminars offered by universities, colleges,        ANTH 193/293 - Topics in Anthropology. One to nine credit hours. As
    technical societies, professional organizations, or business and              announced. (May be repeated for credit with consent of instructor
    industry to improve their content and instructional skills in their           and administrative approval.)
    professional area. The student will be required to write a scholarly
    paper on the workshop/seminars attended.                                    (aRt) art
AHE 210 - Legal Issues in Allied Health Education. Three credit hours.         All studio art courses require one more contact hour weekly than credit
    Provides a non-technical overview of the law and legal systems as it       hours (i.e., a 3 credit hour course requires 4 contact hours of class/
    pertains to education. Includes issues regarding practicums, student       laboratory per week).
    organizations, distance education, disabilities, harassment and            ART 101 - Beginning Drawing I. Three credit hours. An introduction to the
    discrimination.                                                                basic principles, materials, and skills of freehand drawing from life. The
                                                                                   course synthesizes studies in representation, proportion, perspective,
 (aHtH) allied Health                                                              value, and composition. (Open to non-art majors and minors.)
AHTH 101 - Exploration of Health Careers. One credit hour. Provides            ART 102 - Beginning Drawing II. Three credit hours. An extension of the
   an overview of potential careers in health care with emphasis on                student’s drawing ability beyond ART 101. Guided work from life,
   prerequisite requirements, potential for employment in selected                 imagination and abstraction, using a variety of media methods and
   careers, and work requirements in selected careers. Includes                    techniques. Problems of drawing in pencil, pen and ink, wash, pastel,
   opportunity for hands-on supervised simulation of selected skills.              and watercolor. Includes advanced perspective and composition.
                                                                                   Prerequisite: ART 101.
AHTH 150 - Nutrition for Allied Health. Three credit hours. Essential
   nutrients, their metabolic function and role in health and disease          ART 106 - Design I. Three credit hours. A two-dimensional exploration of
   prevention throughout the life cycle. Includes appropriate strategies           visual elements, principles of design and color through classroom
   for achieving healthy, desirable weight.                                        application and experimentation. Included is an introduction to the
                                                                                   arts. (Open to non-art majors.)
AHTH 200 - Grantwriting for Community Health. One credit hour. Includes
   an introduction to grantwriting with emphasis on funding sources for        ART	107	‑	Design	II.	Three	credit	hours.	Further	study	of	an	exploration	of	
   community health projects.                                                      visual elements, principles of design and color with an emphasis on
                                                                                   three-dimensional applications. Included is an introduction to the arts.
AHTH 201 - Scientific Case Studies for Allied Health. Three credit
                                                                                   (Open to non-art majors.)
   hours. Introduces students to real life case studies in health and
   environmental issues building on biology, organic chemistry, and            ART 131 (ARTS 1113) - Art Appreciation. Three credit hours. Introductory
   biochemistry knowledge.                                                         course exploring the visual arts. This lecture course surveys the role
AHTH 202 - Pharmacology for Allied Health. Three credit hours. A study             of arts in society. Emphasis on design principles and fine and applied
   of the importance of the pharmacology aspects of drugs and drug                 arts.
   groups. Emphasis is placed on nomenclature, origin, physical and
                                                                               ART	206	‑	Human	Figure.	Three	credit	hours.	Study	of	advanced	drawing	
   chemical properties, preparation, modes of administration, and effects
                                                                                   principles applied to the human form and its structure. Using a variety
   upon the body systems.
                                                                                   of materials, students concentrate on gesture, contour, and proportion.
AHTH 210 - Complementary and Alternative Therapies. Two credit
                                                                                   Prerequisite: ART 101 or consent of instructor.
   hours. Discusses the rise in popularity of complementary and
                                                                               ART 215 - Digital Photography. Three credit hours. Introduction to the
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     basic technical and academic aspects of digital photography and the                 A continuation of AT 103 Survey of Automotive Technology I w/
     associated use of computer software. This class will provide hands-                 Lab. This course is designed to provide expanded instruction
     on camera and computer experience. Emphasis will be placed on                       and experience in basic skills and knowledge of an automotive
     understanding	 camera	 operation,	 PDI,	 digital	 images,	 RGB‑CYMK,	               technician. This course may be taken concurrently with AT 103.
     software, print techniques, and design and composition. Class
                                                                                    AT	 112	 ‑	 Automotive	 Brakes.	 Four	 credit	 hours.	 A	 study	 and	 practice	 on	
     critiques will be done by students in group format. Prior design class
                                                                                         automobile brake systems from the simple friction block brake to
     recommended.
                                                                                         the modern anti-lock power braking system. Includes diagnosing,
ART 221 - Beginning Painting I. Three credit hours. Introduction to                      isolating, and repairing defective components and complete rebuild
    painting. Basic skills in painting with oils, acrylics, and water colors.            of the braking system.
    Work from life: still life, landscape, composition, and thematic
                                                                                    AT 114 - Electrical Systems I. Three credit hours. Training in dealing
    concepts. Prerequisite: ART 101 or consent of instructor.
                                                                                        with the diagnosing and repair of automobile electrical systems.
ART 222 - Beginning Painting II. Three credit hours. Continuation of ART                These systems and components are studied in depth and include
    221 utilizing skills with acrylics, oils, and watercolors. Work from life           battery, starting systems, lighting systems, gauges, warning devices,
    is supplemented with the development of the relationship of form to                 driver information systems, horn, wiper/washer components, and all
    idea in painting. Prerequisite: ART 221 or consent of instructor.                   electrical accessories.
ART 231 - Beginning Ceramics I. Three credit hours. Introduction to basic           AT	 115	 ‑	 Electrical	 Systems	 II.	 Five	 credit	 hours.	 Continuation	 of	 AT	 114.	
    clay forming techniques including pinch, coil, slab, wheel, throwing,                Prerequisite: AT 114.
    and glaze application.
                                                                                    AT	116	‑	Heating	and	Air	Conditioning.	Four	credit	hours.	Training	in	the	
ART 232 - Beginning Ceramics II. Three credit hours. Continuation of ART                diagnosing and repair of automotive air conditioning systems based
    231. Prerequisite: ART 231 or consent of instructor.                                on performances, inspection, observation, and interpretation of test
                                                                                        equipment readings. Removal and repair or replacement of faulty
ART 233 - Handbuilding Ceramics. Three credit hours. An introduction to
                                                                                        components as needed and removal and replacement of refrigerant
    basic clay hand-building and sculptural techniques, including pinch,
                                                                                        compound in accord with accepted environmental procedure.
    coil, slab, extrusions, molding, and glaze application.
                                                                                    AT	118	‑	Wheel	Alignment	and	Suspension.	Four	credit	hours.	A	study	of	
ART 234 - Terra Sigilatta. One credit hour. A specialized surface decoration
                                                                                        the procedures to accomplish a complete four wheel alignment and
     on ceramics using horsehair, feathers, and other organic materials.
                                                                                        tire balance along with the diagnosing and repair or replacement of
ART 235 - Raku. Three credit hours. A study in Japanese firing
                                                                                        steering and suspension components.
     techniques for ceramics.
ART 265 (ARTS 2113) - Art History I. Three credit hours. Survey of the art          AT	 122	 ‑	 Automatic	 Transmission/Transaxle	 Systems.	 Four	 credit	 hours.	
     of prehistoric and historic periods in Western and non-Western                      Diagnose and isolate problems with automatic transmissions and
     cultures through the 16 th century with exploration of cultural                     transaxles, make necessary repairs by removal, repair, and/or
     traditions in art by examining the impact of social, political, and                 replacement of component parts as needed. This repair skill to be
     economic organizations.                                                             applied to transmission and transaxles both on and off the vehicle.
ART 266 (ARTS 2123) - Art History II. Three credit hours. Concentrates
                                                                                    AT	 124	 ‑	 Manual	 Transmissions	 and	 Axle	 Systems.	 Five	 credit	 hours.	 A	
     on Western and non-Western traditions from the 16 th through
                                                                                         study of manual drive trains and axles with emphasis on diagnosing,
     the 20 th century with exploration of cultural traditions in art
                                                                                         repair or replacement of components of these systems including
     by examining the impact of social, political, and economic
                                                                                         clutches, transmissions, transaxles, half-shafts, universal joints, and
     organizations.
                                                                                         power transfer systems.
ART 168/268 - Workshop in Art. One to nine credit hours. As
     announced. (Repeatable for credit.)                                            AT	 130	 ‑	 Engine	 Repair.	 Five	 credit	 hours.	 Diagnose	 and	 identify	 engine	
ART 291 - Directed Studies. One to three credit hours. This course                       problems and repair or replace engine components such as cylinder
     allows the student to investigate in-depth some subject matter                      heads, blocks, bearings, valve trains, lubrication system, cooling
     that is not covered in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-                       system and other components as identified and needed.
     Roswell. Assignments must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of                   AT	 132	 ‑	 Engine	 Performance	 I.	 Five	 credit	 hours.	 Designed	 to	 teach	
     work per credit hour in the form of a substantial research paper,                   diagnostic techniques to analyze and repair problems with engine
     study, or project. Prerequisite: Completion of Directed Studies                     ignition, fuel, exhaust, and emission control systems. Analyze engine
     Request form; consent of instructor and administrative approval.                    performance using electronic test equipment. Perform adjustment of the
     (Repeatable for credit.)                                                            ignition, fuel, exhaust, and emission control systems to operate within
ART 193/293 - Topics in Art. One to nine credit hours. As announced. (May                the guidelines of the manufacturer to assure efficiency.
     be repeated for credit with consent of instructor and administrative
     approval.)                                                                     AT	134	‑	Engine	Performance	II.	Five	credit	hours.	Continuation	of	AT	132.	
                                                                                        Prerequisite: AT 132.
 (at) automotive technology                                                         AT 168/268 - Workshop in Automotive Technology. One to nine credit
AT	 103	 ‑	 Survey	 of	 Automotive	 Technology	 I	 w/Lab.	 Four	 credit	 hours.	        hours. As announced. (Repeatable for credit.)
     This course is designed to provide instruction and experience in               AT 291 - Directed Studies. One to three credit hours. This course allows the
     basic skills and knowledge required of an automotive technician.                   student to investigate in depth some subject matter that is not covered
     It will simulate the working conditions encountered in the                         in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-Roswell. Assignments
     industry and using a variety of delivery methods will prepare the                  must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of work per credit hour in the
     student for more advance automotive technology training. This                      form of a substantial research paper, study, or project. Prerequisite:
     course may be taken concurrently with AT 105.                                      Completion of Directed Studies Request form; consent of instructor
AT	 105	 ‑	 Survey	 of	 Automotive	 Technology	 II	 w/lab.	 Four	 credit	 hours.	       and administrative approval. (Repeatable for credit.)
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AT 193/293 - Special Topics in Automotive Technology. One to nine                           communities and ecosystems, as well as the conservation and
    credit hours. As announced. (May be repeated for credit with consent                    management of wild animals and their habitats. Corequisite: BIOL
    of instructor and administrative approval.)                                             110L.	F
AT 294 - Co-op/Internship Training. One to three credit hours. Practical               BIOL	 110L	 ‑	 Introduction	 to	 Wildlife	 and	 Fisheries	 Science	 Lab.	 One	
    applications in an automotive industry/work environment. (May be                       credit hour. Scheduled field trips to local sites of interest in wildlife
    repeated for a maximum of six credit hours.)                                           management. Emphasis on field identification and record keeping.
                                                                                           Corequisite: BIOL 110.
 (atC) air traffic Control                                                             BIOL 113 (BIOL 1113) - Biology for General Education. Three credit
ATC 101 - Aviation Weather. Three credit hours. This course develops basic                 hours. Principles of biology. Credit not applicable toward biology
    meteorological concepts which apply to aviation. Emphasis is on the                    major or minor. Students who have completed Biology 151 or 152
    use of national weather service reports and forecasts to evaluate flight               may not receive credit for this course. Three hours lecture weekly.
    conditions.                                                                            Corequisite: BIOL 113L.

ATC	 105	 ‑	 Aviation	 Fundamentals.	 Three	 credit	 hours.	 Fundamentals	 of	         BIOL 113L (BIOL 1111) - Biology for General Education Lab. One credit
     aviation for the beginning student. Includes a study of the airplane                  hour. Three hours lab weekly. Corequisite: BIOL 113.
     and its components, aerodynamics, basic aircraft systems, the airport             BIOL	 130	 ‑	 Rocky	 Mountain	 Life	 Zones.	 Three	 credit	 hours.	 A	 two	 week	
     environment,	Federal	Aviation	Administration	(FAA)	regulations,	and	                  field trip to introduce the major life zones of New Mexico, their
     the basic elements of air navigation.                                                 characteristic flora and fauna and indicator species. Techniques of
ATC	 115	 ‑	 Fundamentals	 of	 Air	 Traffic	 Control.	 Three	 credit	 hours.	 Basic	       field identification and field note record keeping. Consent of Instructor
     overview of Air Traffic Control responsibilities, communications, record              Required. Corequisite: BIOL 130L
     keeping, regulations and handling of air traffic emergencies.                     BIOL	 130L	 ‑	 Rocky	 Mountain	 Life	 Zones	 Lab.	 One	 credit	 hour.	 An	
ATC 121 - Introduction to Aviation Security. Three credit hours. Overview                  introduction to field methods used in Biology. Consent of Instructor
    of aviation security. Will assess elements of the Transportation Security              Required. Corequisite: BIOL 130.
    Administration and the Department of Homeland Security oversight,                  BIOL 151 (BIOL 1213) - General Biology I*. Three credit hours. A survey
    and the role local authorities play in aviation security.                              of ecology and evolutionary biology leading to an introduction of
ATC	122	‑	Human	Factors	in	Aviation.	Three	credit	hours.	A	comprehensive	                  the basic biology of animals, plants and microorganisms. Serves as
    discussion of human factors known about all facets of air travel.                      an introductory course for students majoring in biology. Corequisite:
    Examines human physiology, stress issues related to flying, stress and                 BIOL 151L.
    conflict management techniques, and interaction between people and                 BIOL 151L (BIOL 1211) - General Biology I Laboratory*. One credit hour.
    their work environment.                                                                Three hours lab weekly. Corequisite: BIOL 151.
ATC 200 - Air Traffic Control Seminar. Three credit hours. Selected                    BIOL 152 (BIOL 1223) - General Biology II*. Three credit hours. An
    professional topics designed for students nearing completion on the                    introduction to subcellular and cellular mechanisms and organizations
    Air Traffic Control program. Designed as a capstone course. Will                       of biological systems. Serves as an introductory course for students
    include preparation strategies for the AT-SAT exam.                                    majoring in biology. Corequisite: BIOL 152L. Note: Serves as a
ATC 168/268 - Workshop in Air Traffic Control. One to nine credit hours.                   prerequisite for Nursing, Occupational Therapy, and Respiratory
    As announced. Repeatable for credit.                                                   Therapy programs.

ATC 291 - Directed Studies. One to three credit hours. This course allows              BIOL 152L (BIOL 1221) - General Biology II Laboratory*. One credit
    students to investigate in depth some subject matter that is not covered               hour. Three hours lab weekly. Corequisite: BIOL 152.
    in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-Roswell. Assignments must,                BIOL	209		(BIOL	2414)	‑	Anatomy	and	Physiology	I	and	Lab.		Four	credit	
    as a minimum, require 30 hours of work per credit hour of a substantial                hours. Part of an integrated systems approach covering gross human
    research paper, study, or project. Prerequisite: Completion of Directed                anatomy, histology and physiological function. This section covers
    Studies request form, consent of instructor and administrative approval.               the musculoskeletal system and control systems including the nervous
    (Repeatable for credit.)                                                               system, the endocrine system, and signal transduction. The lecture
ATC 193/293 - Topics in Air Traffic Control. One to nine hours. As                         class will meet for 3 hours weekly and the laboratory class will meet
    announced. May be repeated for credit with consent of instructor                       for 3 hours weekly. Prerequisite: BIOL 152 - General Biology II (3
    and administrative approval.                                                           credits) and BIOL 152L - General Biology II Lab (1 credit) with
                                                                                           a grade of “C” or better in each course. (Chemistry 121/121L is
ATC 294 - Co-op/Internship. Three to six credit hours. Practical applications              strongly recommended.)
    in Air Traffic Control. May be repeated for a maximum of six credit
    hours.                                                                             BIOL	210	(BIOL	2424)	‑	Anatomy	and	Physiology	II	and	Lab.	Four	credit	
                                                                                           hours. Part two of an integrated systems approach covering gross
                                                                                           human anatomy, histology and physiological function. This section
 (BIol) Biology                                                                            covers the other major body systems including cardiovascular,
Those courses specifically designed for the non-science major should not                   respiratory, renal and gastrointestinal systems. The lecture class will
be taken by those working toward an Associate of Arts Degree in the                        meet for 3 hours weekly and the laboratory class will meet for 3 hours
sciences.                                                                                  weekly. Prerequisite: BIOL 209. (Chemistry 121/121L is strongly
Students planning to pursue a bachelor’s degree in a scientific field should               recommended.)
choose their beginning courses from those marked with an asterisk (*).                 BIOL 214 (BIOL 2513) - Microbiology. Identification and application of
BIOL	 110	 ‑	 Introduction	 to	 Wildlife	 and	 Fisheries	 Sciences.	 Three	 credit	        bacteria, medical bacteriology and bacterial involvement in disease.
    hours. Introduction to fundamental principles of animal populations,                   Corequisite: BIOL 214L. Prerequisite: BIOL 152 - General Biology II
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     (3 credits) and BIOL 152L - General Biology II Lab (1 credit) with               administrative principles governing organized human endeavor.
     a grade of “C” or better in each course. (Chemistry 121/121L is                  Integrated study in the field of business. Discusses the whole business
     strongly recommended.)                                                           culture as a dynamic social system. Basic level to serve students
                                                                                      majoring in any area of the University.
BIOL 214L (BIOL 2511) - Microbiology Lab. One credit hour. Corequisite:
    BIOL 214. Prerequisite: BIOL 152 - General Biology II (3 credits)            BUS 201 - Business Communication. Three credit hours. The vital role
    and BIOL 152L - General Biology II Lab (1 credit) with a grade                   of effective communication in business and development of skill in
    of “C” or better in each course. (Chemistry 121/121L is strongly                 business writing with emphasis on preparation of letters and reports;
    recommended.)                                                                    presenting information in a logically organized and acceptable
                                                                                     form. Examines theory of communication, principles, and techniques
BIOL 222 - Introductory Cell Biology. Three credit hours. Origin
                                                                                     of effective business writing, verbal and nonverbal communication
    and function of living systems, cellular structure and physiology,
                                                                                     and organizational skills, and an in-depth participatory look at the
    energetics and metabolism, differentiation, multicellular systems.
                                                                                     interviewing process. Prerequisites: CAS 101 or equivalent or consent
    Prerequisites: BIOL 151/151L and 152/152L. To be offered fall
                                                                                     of instructor and ENG 102.
    semester only.
                                                                                 BUS/FIN	 209	 ‑	 Real	 Estate	 Finance.	 Three	 credit	 hours.	 An	 overview	 of	
BIOL 231 - Genetics. Three credit hours. Cellular and Mendelian patterns
                                                                                     mortgage markets, the financing of residential and income-producing
    of inheritance and basic molecular biology of prokaryotes and
                                                                                     property, and administrative tasks relevant to the financing of real
    eukaryotes. Prerequisite: BIOL 222. To be offered spring semester
                                                                                     estate.
    only.
                                                                                 BUS 221 - Principles of Real Estate. Three credit hours. Real estate as an
BIOL 239 - Pathophysiology I. Two credit hours. An introduction to human
                                                                                     academic and practical discipline; designed to introduce students to
    pathophysiology which is defined as changes that occur in the human
                                                                                     theory, principles, practices, problem-solving and decision-making
    body when normal structure and/or physiology is altered. Builds on the
                                                                                     techniques applicable to the purchase, transfer, lease, financing,
    knowledge of anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, and microbiology
                                                                                     appraisal, and brokerage of interests in land and buildings.
    and focuses on forming a basic knowledge for health science students.
    Prerequisites: BIOL 152, 152L, 211, 211L, 212, 212L.                         BUS 230 (BLAW 2113) - Business Law. Three credit hours. Designed to give
                                                                                     students an introduction to the history and structure of the American
BIOL 240 - Pathophysiology II. Two credit hours. A continuation of BIOL
                                                                                     legal system as applied to business. Includes Criminal Law, Tort Law,
    239.	 Focuses	 on	 various	 body	 systems	 and	 the	 changes	 that	 occur	
                                                                                     Principles of Contract Law, and Principles of Agency and Employment
    in those systems when normal structure/physiology is altered. The
                                                                                     Law. A case analysis approach is used.
    information is intended for health science students. Prerequisite: BIOL
    239.                                                                         BUS 245 - Leadership Seminar. One credit hour. Seminar course addressing
                                                                                     current trends and news related to management practices and
BIOL 241 - Wilderness Survival. Three credit hours. Designed for
                                                                                     employee/employer relations.
    students interested in careers associated with outdoor recreation
    or professionalism. Emphasis on utilization of national forests and          BUS 168/268 - Workshop in Business Administration. One to nine credit
    parks as recreational and educational facilities. Basic ecological               hours. As announced. (Repeatable for credit.)
    relationships, survival techniques, and life zones of the United States.
                                                                                 BUS 291 - Directed Studies. One to three credit hours. This course allows the
    Two hours lecture weekly, plus a weekend field trip into a wilderness
                                                                                     student to investigate in depth some subject matter that is not covered
    area.
                                                                                     in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-Roswell. Assignments
BIOL 260 - Biology Seminar. One credit hour. May be repeated once.                   must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of work per credit hour in the
    Students select, prepare, present, and discuss topics of biological              form of a substantial research paper, study, or project. Prerequisite:
    nature. Prerequisite: BIOL 151 or 152 or consent of instructor.                  Completion of Directed Studies Request form; consent of instructor
                                                                                     and administrative approval. (Repeatable for credit.)
BIOL 168/268 - Workshop in Biology. One to nine credit hours. Topics
    to include: lesser prairie chicken, track identification and tracking,       BUS 193/293 - Topics in Business Administration. One to nine credit hours.
    waterfowl management, zoo husbandry, fisheries management,                       As announced. (May be repeated for credit with consent of instructor
    rangeland ecology, and Project Wild. Other topics may be offered.                and administrative approval.)
    (Repeatable for credit.)
BIOL 291 - Directed Studies. One to three credit hours. This course               (Cas) Computer applications and support
    allows the student to investigate in-depth some subject matter               CAS 101 - Basic Computer Skills I. Three credit hours. Development or
    that is not covered in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-                   upgrading of the techniques of touch keyboarding and introduction
    Roswell. Assignments must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of                    to Microsoft Word through the creation of basic business documents
    work per credit hour in the form of a substantial research paper,               such as letters, interoffice memorandums, tables, and reports. This
    study, or project. Prerequisite: Completion of Directed Studies                 course is required for computer application majors.
    Request form; consent of instructor and administrative approval.
    (Repeatable for credit.)                                                     CAS 135 - Computer Applications for Technical Education. Three credit
                                                                                    hours. This course introduces the student to correct touch keyboarding
BIOL 193/293 - Topics in Biology. One to nine credit hours. As                      techniques as well as basic coverage of the Microsoft Office Suite
    announced. (May be repeated for credit with consent of instructor               including Word, Excel, Outlook and Internet research. Prerequisite:
    and administrative approval.)                                                   None.
                                                                                 CAS 151 - Basic Computer Skills II. Three credit hours. This course will
  (BUs) Business administration
                                                                                     introduce the student to computer terminology, concepts, and
BUS 151 (BUSA 1113) - Introduction to Business. Three credit hours.                  applications to focus on the Microsoft Office Suite including Microsoft
    The basic nature of business in an essentially market-disciplined                Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access, Microsoft PowerPoint, and
    economic system: the interdisciplinary nature of business and broad              integration of these tools. Prerequisite: CAS 101 Basic Computer Skills I.
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                                                                                  and work with design templates, auto layouts, and background slides.
CAS 171 - Business English Applications. Three credit hours. In this              Also covered are how to add tables, charts, clip art, pictures, video,
   scenario-based class, students will learn to apply business English,           sound, and animation effects.
   grammar, and composition skills to contemporary business documents.
   Prerequisite: CAS 101 Basic Computer Skills I and ENG 102.                CAS 285L - Microsoft PowerPoint Lab. One credit hour. This lab is
                                                                                designed for students seeking Microsoft Certification in PowerPoint by
CAS 210/CTE 210 - Employability Skills and Customer Service. Three              utilizing an assessment manager software to prepare for the exam. It
   credit hours. This course is designed to help students/potential             includes sample exams and tasks, records how students complete each
   employees recognize and develop positive personal qualities                  task, and grades student results. Corequisite: CAS 285 - Microsoft
   in preparation for successful employment. It also focuses on the             PowerPoint.
   communication skills, customer service skills, effective interpersonal
   skills, productivity, ethical standards, and career development that      CAS 286 - Introduction to Project Management. Three credit hours. This
   are in demand by employers.                                                   course provides students an introduction to the project management
                                                                                 process, project life cycle, project organizational structure, controlling
CAS 241 - Business Mathematics and Calculating Machines. Three credit            and managing a project, creating the project team, financial issues
    hours. An introduction to the touch system of using a calculator in          in project management, communication information needs and
    solving common consumer math problems, as well as applying skills            reporting processes. Project management career paths, professional
    and knowledge to computer applications.                                      organizations, and national certifications will also be presented.
CAS 263 - Microsoft Word. Three credit hours. Emphasis on today’s            CAS 289 - Troubleshooting Desktop Applications. Three credit hours. This
   most widely-used business word processing software: Microsoft                 course is designed to provide an overview of how to troubleshoot
   Word. Students will progress through basic to intermediate levels of          Windows XP and Microsoft Office desktop applications. Students will
   document creation and manipulation; mail merge; graphics; and a               also learn to resolve issues related to Microsoft Office application
   basic introduction to desktop publishing.                                     usage. They will learn to configure application security, manage office
CAS 263L - Microsoft Word Lab. One credit hour. This lab is designed             application updates and upgrades as well as resolve folder and file
    for students seeking Microsoft Certification in Word by utilizing an         issues. Prerequisite: CAS 151 - Basic Computer Skills II.
    assessment manager software to prepare for the exam. It includes         CAS 291 - Directed Studies. One to three credit hours. This course
    sample exams and tasks, records how students complete each task,            allows the student to investigate in depth some subject matter that
    and grades student results. Corequisite: CAS 263 - Microsoft Word.          is not covered in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-Roswell.
CAS 264 - Desktop Publishing. Three credit hours. This course provides          Assignments must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of work per credit
    a comprehensive overview of desktop publishing including the                hour in the form of a substantial research paper, study, or project.
    fundamentals of desktop publishing software and proper procedures           Prerequisite: Completion of Directed Studies Request form; consent of
    for creating professional quality publications such as newsletters,         instructor and administrative approval. (Repeatable for credit.)
    brochures, invitations, advertisements, and flyers.                      CAS 193/293 - Topics in Computer Applications and Support. One to
CAS 168/268 - Workshop in Computer Applications and Support. One to              nine credit hours. As announced. (May be repeated for credit with
    nine credit hours. As announced. (Repeatable for credit.)                    consent of instructor and administrative approval.)
CAS 274 - Microsoft Excel. Three credit hours. Basic to intermediate         CAS 294 - CAS Internship. Three credit hours. This capstone course gives
   coverage of spreadsheets using the Microsoft Excel software will              students an opportunity to apply all of their skills and knowledge in
   allow students to create and manipulate worksheets and charts, use            the workplace. Students will work a minimum of nine (9) hours per
   formulas and functions, and query databases.                                  week under the joint supervision of the cooperating firm and ENMU-
                                                                                 Roswell. Presentation of a detailed work experience report and student
CAS 274L - Microsoft Excel Lab. One credit hour. This lab is designed
                                                                                 binder is required at the end of the semester. Prerequisite: CAS 210
   for students seeking Microsoft Certification in Excel by utilizing an
                                                                                 Employability Skills and Customer Service.
   assessment manager software to prepare for the exam. It includes
   sample exams and tasks, records how students complete each task,
   and grades student results. Corequisite: CAS 274 - Microsoft Excel.        (CD) Child Development
CAS 284 - Microsoft Access. Three credit hours. The course provides a        CD 100 - 45-Hour Entry Level Course. Three credit hours. Intended for
    comprehensive presentation of the Microsoft Access program. Topics           new child care staff in licensed child care centers and homes including
    include creating and designing databases, tables, forms, and reports.        registered daycare homes. This course provides an overview of the
    It also includes querying, maintaining, and establishing relationships       seven New Mexico competency areas needed by staff working
    between databases. Students learn how to create data access pages,           with children ages birth through age 8. The content focuses on
    combo boxes; using OLE fields, hyperlinks, and subforms. They also           developing an awareness of how young children grow, develop,
    learn how to create an application system using the Switchboard              and learn; health needs of young children; working with families;
    Manager.                                                                     developmentally appropriate materials activities; use of observation
                                                                                 as an important tool; and the meaning of professionalism. The course
CAS 284L - Microsoft Access Lab. One credit hour. This lab is designed           consists of 35 hours of face-to-face interaction facilitators and 10 hours
    for students seeking Microsoft certification in Access by utilizing an       of professional/observation activities.
    assessment manager software to prepare for the exam. It includes
    sample exams and tasks, records how students complete each               CD 101 - Professionalism. Two credit hours. Provides a broad-based
    task, and grades student results. Corequisite: CAS 284 - Microsoft           orientation to the field of early care and education. Early Childhood
    Access.                                                                      history, philosophy, ethics, and advocacy are introduced. Basic
                                                                                 principles of early childhood systems are explored. Multiple
CAS 285 - Microsoft PowerPoint. Three credit hours. This is a complete           perspectives and early care and education are introduced.
    presentation graphics program that provides students with the tools          Professional responsibilities such as cultural responsiveness and
    to produce professional presentations. Students learn how to create          reflective practice are examined.
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                                                                                        and desire for their children will be supported through culturally
CD 102 - Child Growth, Development and Learning. Three credit hours.                    responsive strategies.
    This basic course in the growth, development, and learning of
    young children, prenatal through age eight, provides students with             CD 114 - Curriculum Development and Implementation--Ages 3 through
    the theoretical foundation for becoming competent early childhood                  Grade	3.	Three	credit	hours.	Focuses	on	developmentally	appropriate	
    professionals. Includes knowledge of how young children grow,                      curriculum content in early childhood programs, age 3 through third
    develop, and learn. Major theories of child development are                        grade. Development and implementation of curriculum in all content
    integrated with all domains of development, including biological-                  areas, including literacy, numeracy, the arts, health and emotional
    physical, social, cultural, emotional, cognitive, and language. The                wellness, science, motor and social skills, are emphasized. Information
    adult’s role in supporting each child’s growth, development, and                   on adapting content areas to meet the needs of children with special
    learning is emphasized.                                                            needs and the development of IEP’s is included. Corequisite: CD 114L.
CD 105 - Health, Safety, and Nutrition. Two credit hours. Provides                 CD 114L - Curriculum Development and Implementation Practicum---Age
   information related to standards and practices that promote children’s              3 through Grade 3. Two credit hours (6 clock hours per week).
   physical and mental well being, sound nutritional practices, and                    Focuses	on	developmentally	appropriate	curriculum	content	in	early	
   maintenance of safe learning environments. Includes information                     childhood programs, age 3 through third grade. Development and
   for developing sound health and safety procedures for indoor and                    implementation of curriculum in all content areas, including literacy,
   outdoor learning environments for young children. Examines the many                 numeracy, the arts, health and emotional wellness, science, motor and
   scheduling factors that are important for children’s total development,             social skills, are emphasized. Information on adapting content areas
   health, nutrition, physical activity, and rest.                                     to meet the needs of children with special needs and the development
                                                                                       of IEP’s is included. Corequisite: CD 114.
CD 106 - Guiding Young Children. Three credit hours. Explores various
    theories of child guidance and the practical applications of each.             CD 201 - Infant and Toddler Development. Three credit hours. Blends
    Provides developmentally appropriate methods for guiding children                 current theories of infant and toddler development and quality care
    and effective strategies and suggestions for facilitating positive                with practical application in a group setting. Course content will
    social interactions. Strategies for preventing challenging behaviors              focus on the caregiver, the child and trends in infant and toddler
    through the use of environment, routines, and schedule will be                    care, designing curriculum, and matching educational strategies to
    presented. Emphasis is placed on helping young children become                    the child’s developmental level.
    self-responsible, competent, independent, and cooperative learners             CD 202 - Play in Early Childhood. Three credit hours. Explores the role
    and including families as part of the guidance approach.                          of play in early childhood development. Course content will cover
CD 111 - Introduction to Children with Special Needs. Three credit hours.             theories of play; the role of adults in children’s play; relationship of
    Gives students an overview of the field of young children, birth through          play to social, cognitive, and physical development; and environment
    age eight, who have special needs. Course content covers definitions,             and curriculum considerations.
    causes, prevalence, and working with young children who have                   CD	 	 203	 ‑	 Children	 with	 Special	 Needs.	 Three	 credit	 hours.	 Focuses	 on	
    such special needs as learning disabilities, behavioral and emotional                working with children who have special needs. Covers the history
    differences, mental retardation, physical and health impairments,                    of, and legislation affecting, children with special needs, the role of
    visual and hearing impairments, communication disorders, and                         assessment in identifying and working with children with special needs,
    giftedness.                                                                          and program planning for children with special needs. Examines
CD 112. Curriculum Development through Play---Birth through Age 4.                       typical development along with the effect of impairments on such
    Three credit hours. This beginning curriculum course places play                     developmental areas as motor behavior, cognition, language, social-
    at the center of curriculum in developmentally appropriate early                     emotional development, self-help skills, and play skills. Prerequisites:
    childhood programs. It addresses content that is relevant for children,              CD 111 or OT 101.
    birth through age four, in developmentally and culturally sensitive            CD 204 - Administration of Early Childhood Education Programs. Three
    ways of integrating content into teaching and learning experience.                 credit hours. Designed for directors and prospective directors of
    Information on adapting content areas to meet the needs of children                programs serving the very young (preschools and child care centers)
    with	special	needs	and	the	development	IFSP’s	is	included.	Curriculum	             and programs offering before and after-school child care. Course
    development in all areas, including literacy, numeracy, the arts, health,          content focuses on the business and program management of early
    science, social skills, and adaptive learning for children, birth through          childhood education programs.
    age four, is emphasized. Corequisite: CD 112L
                                                                                   CD 205 - Conflict Resolution with Young Children. Three credit hours.
CD 112L - Practicum for Curriculum Development through Play--Birth                     Examines the kinds of conflict that often occur between young
    through Age 4. Two credits (6 clock hours per week). The field-based               children in early childhood programs and how conflict can be a
    component of this course will provide experiences that address                     learning opportunity for children and their teachers/caregivers.
    curriculum content that is relevant for children birth through age                 Among the kinds of conflict situations examined are disputes over
    four in developmentally and culturally sensitive ways of integrating               toys and materials, attention-getting behaviors where children act out,
    teaching and learning experiences. Information on adapting content                 personality clashes between children, group-entry conflicts, dramatic
    areas to meet the needs of children with special needs and the                     play that becomes aggressive, name-calling, and blaming conflicts.
    development	 of	 IFSP’s	 is	 included.	 Curriculum	 development	 in	 all	          The course offers guidelines for when teachers/caregivers should
    areas, including literacy, numeracy, the arts, health, science, social             intervene in conflict situations and how teachers/caregivers can
    skills, and adaptive learning for children, birth through age four, is             help young children develop skills to begin to resolve their conflicts
    emphasized. Corequisite: CD 104                                                    themselves.
CD	 113	 ‑	 Family	 and	 Community	 Collaboration.	 Three	 credit	 hours.	 This	   CD 206 - Parenting Seminar. Three credit hours. Introduces students to the
     beginning course examines the involvement of families in early                    process of parenting and the process of involving parents in child care
     childhood programs. Ways to establish collaborative relationships                 and educational programs. Parental tasks, routines and problems of
     with	families	in	early	childhood	settings	is	discussed.	Families’	goals	
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     each developmental stage are emphasized. Single parenting, step-           major.
     parenting, working and parenting, and parenting during changing
                                                                                Students planning to pursue a bachelor’s degree in a scientific field should
     times will be topics of discussion. Parenting programs (P.E.T., S.T.E.P,
                                                                                choose their beginning courses from those marked with an asterisk (*).
     etc.) are discussed and summarized. A parent-involvement program
     is developed by students and community resources for parents are           CHEM 113 - Chemistry for Today. Three credit hours. A conceptual
     identified.                                                                   approach to chemistry for non-science majors; chemistry of the real
                                                                                   world and is role in modern technology and it effect on quality of life.
CD 207 - Curriculum for Children with Special Needs. Three credit
                                                                                   Corequisite: CHEM 113L.
   hours. Acquaints students with intervention strategies and materials
                                                                                CHEM 113L - Chemistry for Today’s Lab. One credit hour. Corequisite:
   for working with children who have special needs. Content covers
                                                                                   CHEM 113.
   suggestions for working with children who have impairments in such
   developmental areas as motor behavior, cognition, language, social-          CHEM 121 (CHEM 1113) - Survey of General Chemistry. Three credit
   emotional development, self-help skills, and play skills.                       hours. A one-semester course in basic principles of general chemistry
                                                                                   and its application. Corequisite: CHEM 121L (unless prior credit has
CD 208 - Assessment of Children and Evaluation of Programs. Three
                                                                                   been earned). Prerequisite: Math 107 or one credit of high school
   credit hours. This basic course familiarizes students with a variety
                                                                                   algebra with a grade of C or better within the last five years.
   of culturally appropriate assessment methods and instruments,
   including systematic observation of typically and non-typically              CHEM 121L (CHEM 1111) - Survey of General Chemistry Lab. One
   developing children. Addresses the development and use of formative             credit hour. Lab techniques to accompany CHEM 121. Three hours
   and summative assessment and evaluation instruments to ensure                   lab weekly. Corequisite: CHEM 121.
   conprehensive quality of the total environment for children, families,       CHEM 151 (CHEM 1214) - General Chemistry I*. Three credit hours. Basic
   and the community. Students will develop skills for evaluating the              laws and principles of chemistry. Part I: metric, units, scientific notation,
   assessment process and involving other teachers, professionals, and             periodic table, gas laws, chemical equations, thermodynamics, atomic
   families in the process.                                                        and molecular structure, and bonding. This is the first semester of a
CD	 209	 ‑	 Child	 Development	 Practicum.	 Five	 credit	 hours	 (15	 hours/       two-semester sequence. Prerequisite: Math 107 or one credit of high
    week). Provides experiences as a teacher of young children. Students           school algebra with a grade of C or better within the last five years.
    carry out student teaching activities with young children (infants,            Corequisite: CHEM 151L (unless prior credit has been earned).
    toddlers, and/or preschool-age children) under the supervision of a         CHEM 151L (CHEM 1211) - General Chemistry I Lab*. One credit
    lead teacher in the ENMU-Roswell Child Development Center. Student             hour. Basic general chemical laboratory techniques. Three hours lab
    teaching responsibilities include planning, conducting, and evaluating         weekly. Corequisite: CHEM 151.
    learning activities carried out with young children. Additional
    practicum experiences, as necessary, may be carried out in approved         CHEM 152 (CHEM 1223) - General Chemistry II*. Three credit
    community child care and education programs. Prerequisites: CD 112,            hours. Basic laws and principles of chemistry. Part II: liquids, solids,
    109, and 114.                                                                  solutions, reaction rates and mechanisms, equilibrium, acids and
                                                                                   bases, oxidation/reduction, and advanced topics. A continuation of
CD 210 - Introduction to Language, Literacy and Reading. Three credit              CHEM 151. Three hours lecture weekly. Prerequisite: CHEM 151.
   hours. This course is designed to prepare early childhood professionals         Corequisite: CHEM 152L.
   for promoting children’s emergent literacy and reading development.
   Through a developmental approach, the course addresses the way in            CHEM 152L (CHEM 1221) - General Chemistry II Lab*. One credit hour.
   which early childhood professionals can foster young children’s oral            Laboratory techniques in chemical principles and phenomena. Three
   language development, phonetic awareness, and literacy problem                  hours lab weekly. Corequisite: CHEM 152.
   solving skills, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension. This course          CHEM 168/268 - Workshop in Chemistry. One to nine credit hours. As
   provides the foundation for early childhood professionals to become             announced. (Repeatable for credit.)
   knowledgeable about literacy development in young children.
   Instructional approaches and theory-based and research-based                 CHEM 291 - Directed Studies. One to three credit hours. This course
   strategies to support the emergent literacy and reading skills of native        allows the student to investigate in-depth some subject matter
   speakers and English language learners will be presented.                       that is not covered in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-
                                                                                   Roswell. Assignments must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of
CD 168/268 - Workshop in Child Development. One to nine credit hours.              work per credit hour in the form of a substantial research paper,
    As announced. (Repeatable for credit.)                                         study, or project. Prerequisite: Completion of Directed Studies
CD 291 - Directed Studies. One to three credit hours. This course                  Request form; consent of instructor and administrative approval.
   allows the student to investigate in-depth some subject matter that             (Repeatable for credit.)
   is not covered in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-Roswell.             CHEM 193/293 - Topics in Chemistry. One to nine credit hours.
   Assignments must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of work per credit             As announced. (May be repeated for credit with consent of
   hour in the form of a substantial research paper, study, or project.            instructor and administrative approval.)
   Prerequisite:		Completion	of	Directed	Studies	Request	Form;	consent	
   of instructor and administrative approval. (Repeatable for credit.)           (CIs) Computer Information systems
CD 193/293 - Topics in Child Development. One to nine credit hours. As          CIS 182 - Ethics in Information Technologies. One credit hour. This course
    announced. (May be repeated for credit with consent of instructor               is designed to provide the foundation needed to make appropriate
    and administrative approval.)                                                   decisions when faced with ethical situations in the field of information
                                                                                    technology. Emphasis will be given to helping students learn the
 (CHEM) Chemistry                                                                   decision-making process to solve ethical dilemmas, understanding
Those working toward an Associate of Arts Degree in the sciences                    barriers and consequences when making ethical decisions, and
should not take the courses specifically designed for the non-science               appropriate responses when unethical situations arise.
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CIS 185 (BCIS 1113) - Introduction to Computer Information Systems.                  be explored along with specific topics related to community interaction,
    Three credit hours. Introduction to computers and technology, how this           enforcement discretion deployment strategies, deviance, police
    technology is used in business, and some of the societal implications            mythology, use of force, personnel selection, socialization, tactics and
    of computers and related technology. Topics include the history of               stress. Prerequisites: CJ/SOC 102 or graduation from a New Mexico
    computers, current computer technology and terminology, the Internet,            police or corrections certification academy.
    software, systems, and societal issues related to computer use. No           CJ 220 - Ethics and Liability in Criminal Justice. Three credit hours. This
    prior computer experience is needed.                                            course examines various ethical systems and their application to
CIS 189 - Helpdesk Technology. Three credit hours. This course is designed          discretionary choices faced by criminal justice professionals. Decision
     to provide an overview of the different types of helpdesks that exist as       making is further assessed by examination of criminal and civil liabilities
     a single point of contact for managing customers’ problems and the             resulting from improper conduct by criminal justice officials. Students
     varying roles and skills required within a typical helpdesk. In addition,      will be familiarized with varied ethical philosophies as well as diverse
     the course will cover how to troubleshoot Microsoft Windows and                strategies and practices for oversight of criminal justice practitioners’
     Microsoft Office desktop applications, managing application updates            integrity and adherence to professional standards. Prerequisites:
     and upgrades, as well as how to resolve folder and file issues.                CJ/SOC 102 or graduation from a police or corrections certification
                                                                                    academy.
CIS 230 - Internship. One to three credit hours. An internship is required to
    complete the requirements of the CIS degree. This will include actually      CJ 233 (CRIJ 2603) - Juvenile Justice. Three credit hours. A comprehensive
    working with computers in the workforce. One to three credit hours               overview of the contemporary juvenile justice system. Analysis of the
    will be given depending on the nature of the work, a final project,              philosophical aspects as well as the challenges and changes to the
    and instructor/departmental discretion. Prerequisite: Completion of              prevailing juvenile justice system. The New Mexico Children’s Code
    core requirements, consent of instructor.                                        is compared to policies and laws in other states.
CIS 241 - Internet Technology. Three credit hours. Basic fundamentals            CJ 168/268 - Workshop in Criminal Justice. One to nine credit hours. As
    of Internet related technologies and their impact. Effective design of           announced. (Repeatable for credit.)
    World Wide Web pages using current WWW publishing language.                  CJ 284 (CRIJ 2503) - American Judicial Systems. Three credit hours.
    Prerequisites: CIS 185 or CAS 151.                                              Analysis of law and society with emphasis on the rights of the accused,
CIS 168/268 - Workshop in Computer Information Systems. One to nine                 the roles of the district attorney, the judge and the defense attorney,
    credit hours. As announced. (Repeatable for credit.)                            and legal terminology.
CIS 291 - Directed Studies. One to three credit hours. This course               CJ 289 (CRIJ 2053) - Criminal Law. Three credit hours. A study of
    allows the student to investigate in-depth some subject matter                  the general principles and doctrines of substantive criminal law to
    that is not covered in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-                   include the sources of law, classification of crimes, and ideological
    Roswell. Assignments must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of                    perspectives. Legal definitions of crime codified in the New Mexico
    work per credit hour in the form of a substantial research paper,               Criminal Code are emphasized. Prerequisite: CJ 102.
    study, or project. Prerequisite: Completion of Directed Studies              CJ 291 - Directed Studies. One to three credit hours. This course
    Request form; consent of instructor and administrative approval.                allows the student to investigate in depth some subject matter
    (Repeatable for credit.)                                                        that is not covered in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-
CIS 193/293 - Topics in Computer Information Systems. One to nine credit            Roswell. Assignments must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of
     hours. As announced. (May be repeated for credit with consent of               work per credit hour in the form of a substantial research paper,
     instructor and administrative approval.)                                       study, or project. Prerequisite: Completion of Directed Studies
                                                                                                                                                           	
                                                                                    Request	 Form;	 consent	 of	 instructor	 and	 administrative	 approval.	
 (CJ) Criminal Justice                                                              (Repeatable for credit.)
                                                                                 CJ 292 - Introduction to Social Research. One to three credit hours. The
CJ/SOC 102 (CRIJ 1113) - Introduction to Criminal Justice. Three credit             social context, structure of inquire, ethical concepts and modes of
   hours. Analysis of law and society with emphasis on the police,                  observation in research of social and cultural phenomena. Prerequisites:
   prosecution, the courts, corrections, and probation and parole.                  Completion of CJ/SOC 102 or a police certification academy; English
CJ 202 - Introduction to Criminal Investigation. Three credit hours. An             104; or STAT 213.
   overview of the science of criminal investigation. All aspects of the         CJ 193/293 - Topics in Criminal Justice. One to nine credit hours. As
   investigative process are surveyed from the preliminary crime scene              announced. (May be repeated for credit with consent of instructor and
   investigation through prosecution and trial.                                     administrative approval.)
CJ 203 (CRIJ 2303) - Introduction to Corrections. Three credit hours. An         CJ 294 - Practicum. Three credit hours. Supervised practical field
   overview and critical analysis of contemporary correctional theory               experience in a Criminal Justice agency. A minimum of six (6)
   and practice. Course compares mainline American corrections with                 hours per week will be in direct service or contact. One (1) hour
   historical, cross-cultural, philosophical and nontraditional views of            per week supervision and critique of activities. Prerequisites: CJ
   corrections.                                                                     102 and a minimum of nine credit hours in 200-level CJ courses.
CJ 205 - Criminal Procedures. Three credit hours. Criminal procedure,
                                                                                  (CoMM) Communication
   including laws of arrest, search and seizure, and leading case law.
CJ 215 (CRIJ 2103) - Introduction to Policing in America. Three credit           COMM 101 (COMM 1213) - Interpersonal Communication. Three credit
   hours. This course is a comprehensive look at the police industry and            hours. The development of communication skills necessary for effective
   relevant issues in the United States, ranging from historical development        interaction with persons on an interpersonal level and in small groups;
   of policing systems to analysis of the work of police officers and               theoretical dimensions of interpersonal communication; provides
   agencies. Issues of law enforcement fragmentation and jurisdiction will          opportunities for practical application.
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COMM 102 (COMM 1113) - Public Speaking. Three credit hours.                        CS 103 or consent of instructor. Corequisite: CS 187.
   Training in the composition of informative and persuasive discourse        CS	 231	‑	 Advanced	 Fortran.	 Three	 credit	 hours.	 Exposure	 to	 advanced	
   with emphasis on the use of evidence, reasoning, delivery skills, and          programming	concepts	using	the	FORTRAN	77	compiler.	Prerequisites:	
   audience analysis.                                                             CS 131, MATH 110.
COMM 104 - Introduction to News Writing. Three credit hours. Introduction     CS 168/268 - Workshop in Computer Science. One to nine credit hours.
   to writing news, feature stories. Includes the development of headlines.      As announced. (Repeatable for credit.)
COMM 202 - Dynamics of Group Behavior. Three credit hours. Principles         CS 282 - Advanced C. Three credit hours. Advanced programming
   and practices of effective participation in small group discussion,           applications using the C language in a VMS environment. Prerequisites:
   with emphasis on improvement of critical thinking, problem solving,           CS 132, MATH 110.
   organizational skills, and group cooperation.
                                                                              CS 291 - Directed Studies. One to three credit hours. This course
COMM 203 - News Writing. Three credit hours. Principles of news and              allows the student to investigate in depth some subject matter
   feature stories (computer assisted). Prerequisites: ENG 102 and basic         that is not covered in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-
   computer skills. Corequisite: COMM 203L.                                      Roswell. Assignments must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of
COMM 203L - News Writing Laboratory. (NC). Corequisite: COMM 203.                work per credit hour in the form of a substantial research paper,
                                                                                 study, or project. Prerequisite: Completion of Directed Studies
COMM 215 - Newspaper Practicum.Two credit hours. Practical experience
                                                                                                                                                        	
                                                                                 Request	 Form;	 consent	 of	 instructor	 and	 administrative	 approval.	
   through work on student newspaper or yearbook as staff writers or
                                                                                 (Repeatable for credit.)
   editors under the supervision of the instructor. (May be repeated for
   a maximum of four hours.) Pre/Corequisite: COMM 203 or consent             CS 193/293 - Topics in Computer Science. One to nine credit hours.
   of instructor.                                                                As announced. (May be repeated for credit with consent of instructor
COMM 235 - Development of Language. Three credit hours. Provides                 and administrative approval.)
   an overview of the language families of the world with emphasis
   on the diversified development of languages of the Indo-European            (CtE) Career & technical Education
   family. Various theories of change in sound and usage are studied.
   Prerequisite: ENG 102.                                                     CAS 210/CTE 210 - Employability Skills and Customer Service. Three
                                                                                 credit hours. This course is designed to help students/potential
COMM 168/268 - Workshop in Communication. One to nine credit hours.              employees recognize and develop positive personal qualities
   As announced. (Repeatable for credit.)                                        in preparation for successful employment. It also focuses on the
COMM 291 - Directed Studies. One to three credit hours. This course              communication skills, customer service skills, effective interpersonal
   allows the student to investigate in depth some subject matter that           skills, productivity, ethical standards, and career development that
   is not covered in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-Roswell.              are in demand by employers.
   Assignments must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of work per credit        CTE 168/268 - Workshop in Career & Technical Education. One to nine
   hour in the form of a substantial research paper, study, or project.           credit hours.
   Prerequisite: Completion of Directed Studies Request form; consent of
   instructor and administrative approval. (Repeatable for credit.)           CTE 193/293 - Topics in Career & Technical Education. One to nine credit
                                                                                  hours. As announced. (May be repeated for credit with consent of
COMM 193/293 - Topics in Communication. One to nine credit hours.                 instructor and administrative approval.)
   As announced. (May be repeated for credit with consent of instructor
   and administrative approval.)                                               (Dast) Dental assisting
 (Cs) Computer science                                                        DAST	 101	 ‑	 BioDental	 Science.	 Four	 credit	 hours.	 An	 introduction	 to	
                                                                                 biomedical and dental sciences with emphasis placed on head and
CS 103 - Introduction to Programming. Three credit hours. This course            neck anatomy and tooth morphology. Content includes microbiology,
   introduces basic concepts common to most high-level programming               general anatomy and physiology, histology and embryology of the oral
   languages. Topics include variables, expressions, functions,                  cavity, and pathology and pharmacology as they relate to dentistry.
   conditionals, and other fundamentals concerned with program design            Corequisite courses include DAST 103, MDST 106 and DAST 115.
   and development.
                                                                              DAST	103	‑	Dental	Assisting	I.	Four	credit	hours.	An	introduction	to	chairside	
CS	 131	 ‑	 Introduction	 to	 Fortran.	 Three	 credit	 hours.	 Programming	       assisting procedures, instrumentation, infection control, equipment
    applications	using	the	FORTRAN	77	compiler.                                   safety and maintenance, dental office emergencies, and management
CS 132 - Programming in C. Three credit hours. Introduction to                    of pain and anxiety. Corequisite courses include DAST 101, MDST
   programming. Topics include operators and expressions control of               106 and DAST 115.
   program flow, functions and program structure, pointers and arrays,        DAST	113	‑	Dental	Assisting	II.	Four	credit	hours.	Continuation	of	chairside	
   creation and handling of data structures, input and output, and the            assisting skill techniques with a major emphasis on four-handed
   standard library.                                                              dentistry performance in the specialities of dentistry and expanded
CS 187 - Developing and Implementing Web Applications. Three credit               chairside functional. Prerequisite courses include ENG 102, MDST
   hours. This course focuses on developing and implementing web                  102, DAST 101, DAST 103, MDST 106 and DAST 115.
   applications using Microsoft Visual Studio. This course is the first       DAST 115 - Administrative Dental Assisting. Three credit hours. Introduction
   in a series of three that leads to Microsoft Certified Applications            to administrative dental assisting including telephone techniques,
   Developer Certification. Prerequisites: CS 103 or consent of instructor.       appointment scheduling, maintaining accurate patient records,
   Corequisite: CS 187L                                                           handling mail, written communications, daily accounting techniques,
CS 187L - Developing and Implementing Web Applications. One credit                billing, collections, and dental insurance processing.
   hour. Hands-on application of theory learned in CS 187. Prerequisites:
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DAST 116 - Practicum I. Two credit hours. Beginning of practice that includes          course is offered concurrently with DHYG 114 (PreClinical Dental
    general training and experience in the workplace. The college with                 Hygiene) to provide dental hygiene students with the introductory
    the employer or the ENMU-Roswell Dental Clinic develops and                        knowledge, skills and attitudes to function in the clinical setting and
    documents an individualized plan for the student. The plan relates                 be able to continue in clinical dental hygiene courses. Emphasis
    the workplace training and experiences to the student’s general and                is placed on scientific principles and current theory, prevention of
    technical course of study. The guided external experiences may be                  disease transmission, ethical and professional treatment of patients,
    paid or unpaid. Seminar topics focus on the practicum experiences                  clinical learning preparation, and comprehensive care of the patient.
    and critique of performance. Prerequisite courses include ENG 102,                 Corequisite: DHYG 114.
    MDST 102, and UNIV 102. Corequisite courses include DAST 101,                 DHYG 114 - Preclinical Dental Hygiene. Two credit hours. This course
    DAST 103 or consent of instructor.                                               is offered concurrently with DHYG 113 (Pre-Clinic Dental Hygiene
DAST 117 - Practicum II. One credit hour. Continuation of practice that              Seminar). The course provides clinical application to basic theories
    includes general training and experience in the workplace. The college           and procedures used in dental hygiene practice. The primary
    with the employer or the ENMU-Roswell Dental Clinic develops and                 emphasis is on the techniques of instrumentation used in performing
    documents an individualized plan for the student. The plan relates               diagnostic, preventive and therapeutic services utilized when
    the workplace training and experiences to the student’s general and              providing comprehensive patient care. The dental hygiene student
    technical course of study. The guided external experiences may be                will have an opportunity to practice these techniques on manikins and
    paid or unpaid. Prerequisite courses include ENG 102, MDST 102,                  student partners in the clinic. Corequisite: DHYG 113.
    UNIV 102, and DAST 116.                                                       DHYG 115 - Oral Histology and Embryology. Two credit hours. Introduction
DAST	118	‑	Practicum	III.	Two	credit	hours.	Final	two	credit	hours	of	practice	      and description of general histology and embryology with emphasis
    that includes general training and experience in the workplace. The              on the microscopic structures of enamel, dentin, pulp, cementum,
    college with the employer or the ENMU-Roswell Dental Clinic develops             periodontal ligament, bone, oral mucosa, epithelial attachment and
    and documents an individualized plan for the student. The plan relates           orofacial structures.
    the workplace training and experiences to the student’s general and           DHYG 205 - Dental Radiography. Three credit hours. A study of radiation
    technical course of study. The guided external experiences may be                physics, hygiene, and safety theories. Emphasis on the fundamentals
    paid or unpaid. Seminar topics focus on the practicum experiences                of oral radiographic techniques and interpretation of radiographs.
    and critique of performance. Prerequisite courses include ENG 102,               Includes exposure of intra-oral radiographs, quality assurance,
    MDST 102, UNIV 102, DAST 116, and DAST 117.                                      radiographic interpretation, patient selection criteria, and ancillary
DAST 129 - Preventive Dentistry. Two credit hours. Study of prevention               radiographic techniques.
    of dental disease, oral hygiene instruction, fluoride application,            DHYG 221 - Dental Materials. Three credit hours. A study of the
    community dental health, and nutrition. Development, implementation,             composition, chemical and physical properties, manipulation,
    and evaluation of a community dental health project. Prerequisite                and uses of dental materials. Laboratory experiences include the
    courses include ENG 102, MDST 102, DAST 101, DAST 103, DAST                      manipulation and application of various materials used in dentistry.
    113 and DHYG 205. Corequisite courses include DAST 115 and                       Dental Assisting Prerequisites: DAST 101, 103, 115. Dental Hygiene
    DHYG 221.                                                                        Prerequisites: DHYG 110, 112, 113, 114, 115, 205.
DAST 168/268 - Workshop in Dental Assisting. One to nine credit hours.            DHYG 223 - Clinical Dental Hygiene Seminar I. Two credit hours. A
    As announced. (Repeatable for credit.)                                           continuation of information designed to provide an opportunity to
DAST 291 - Directed Studies. One to three credit hours. This course                  enhance performance of procedures in a clinical setting. Emphasis
    allows the student to investigate in-depth some subject matter                   will be placed on emergency care, planning dental hygiene care,
    that is not covered in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-                    health promotion and disease prevention, oral rehabilitation and care
    Roswell. Assignments must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of                     of appliances, and modifications of dental hygiene care for specific
    work per credit hour in the form of a substantial research paper,                patient populations. Prerequisites: 110, 112, 113, 114, 115, 205.
    study, or project. Prerequisite: Completion of Directed Studies               DHYG 224L - Clinical Dental Hygiene I. Three credit hours. Introduction to
    Request form; consent of instructor and administrative approval.                 the clinic and outpatient, clinical skills, patient assessment, treatment,
    (Repeatable for credit.)                                                         and appointment scheduling, preventive techniques, and application
DAST 193/293 - Topics in Dental Assisting. One to nine credit hours. As              of dental hygiene procedures in the clinical setting. Prerequisites: All
    announced. (May be repeated for credit with consent of instructor                DHYG 100 level courses, DHYG 205.
    and administrative approval.)                                                 DHYG 225L - Clinical Dental Hygiene II. One credit hour. A continuation
                                                                                     of clinical skills, patient assessment, treatment and appointment
 (DHYg) Dental Hygiene                                                               scheduling, preventive techniques and application of dental hygiene
DHYG 110 - Head and Neck Anatomy. Three credit hours. A detailed                     procedures in the clinical setting. Work-based instruction that helps
   study of anatomy and physiology of the head and neck region.                      students synthesize new knowledge, apply previous knowledge or
   Emphasis is placed on anatomical terminology, location, function,                 gain experience managing workflow. Direct supervision is provided
   local anesthesia landmarks and surface landmarks as it relates to the             by the clinical faculty in a clinical setting. Prerequisites: All DHYG
   practice of dental hygiene.                                                       100 level courses, DHYG 205, 221, 223, 224, 227.

DHYG 112 - Tooth Morphology. One credit hour. The study of human                  DHYG 226 - Clinical Dental Hygiene Seminar II. One credit hour. A
   teeth, their eruption, exfoliation, and occlusion. Emphasis is placed on          continuation of theory related to patient assessment, treatment, and
   root morphology, anatomical tooth parts, and supporting periodontal               appointment scheduling, preventative techniques, and application
   structures.                                                                       of dental hygiene procedures. Course content that helps students
                                                                                     synthesize new knowledge, apply previous knowledge or gain
DHYG 113 - Preclinical Dental Hygiene Seminar. Three credit hours. This              experience managing workflow. Prerequisites: All DHYG 100 level
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     courses, DHYG 205, DHYG 223, DHYG 224.                                             continuation of information to prepare the student for advanced
                                                                                        clinical practice. Provides an in-depth study of dental hygiene care
DHYG 227 - General and Oral Pathology. Three credit hours. An
                                                                                        for patients with special needs and provides a forum for evaluation
   introduction to general and oral pathology with an emphasis
                                                                                        of the service project from Community Dental Health, and synthesis
   on diseases affecting the oral region, including the principles of
                                                                                        of all dental hygiene knowledge, skills and attitudes into a Case
   inflammation and healing; developmental disturbances; the pathology
                                                                                        Presentation. Prerequisites: All DHYG 100 level courses, DHYG
   of dental caries; dental and oral abnormalities; bacterial, viral and
                                                                                        205, DHYG 221, DHYG 223, DHYG 224, DHYG 225, DHYG 227,
   mycotic diseases; oral injuries and neoplasms. Premalignant lesions
                                                                                        DHYG 229, DHYG 231, DHYG 233, DHYG 234.
   and their differences from common benign conditions are emphasized.
   Prerequisites: All DHYG 100 level courses, DHYG 205.                            DHYG 244L - Clinical Dental Hygiene IV Three credit hours. The clinical
                                                                                      sessions combine both basic and advanced dental hygiene skills
DHYG 229 - Pharmacology. Three credit hours. A study of the importance
                                                                                      with time management techniques essential for private practice.
   of the pharmacologic aspects of those drugs and drug groups with
                                                                                      Comprehensive patient care to include assessment, dental hygiene
   which the dentist and dental hygienist are directly and indirectly
                                                                                      diagnosis, treatment planning, implementation and evaluation of
   concerned. Emphasis is placed on nomenclature, origin, physical and
                                                                                      dental hygiene care, nonsurgical periodontal therapy, adjunct clinical
   chemical properties, preparation, modes of administration and effects
                                                                                      procedures, ultrasonic instrumentation, patient management, sealants,
   upon the body systems. Prerequisites: All DHYG 100 level courses,
                                                                                      and comprehensive programs for control of dental diseases will be
   DHYG 205, 221, 223, 224, 227.
                                                                                      emphasized. Practical experience is simultaneously related to theory.
DHYG 231 - Periodontology. Three credit hours. A study of the normal                  Course consists of faculty supervised patient treatment in the clinic.
   and diseased periodontium to include the structural, functional and                Prerequisites: All DHYG 100 level courses, DHYG 205, DHYG 221,
   environmental factors. Emphasis on etiology, pathology, treatment                  DHYG 223, DHYG 224, DHYG 225, DHYG 227, DHYG 229,
   modalities, and therapeutic and preventive periodontics in a                       DHYG 231, DHYG 233, DHYG 234L, DHYG 237.
   contemporary private practice setting. Prerequisites: All DHYG 100
                                                                                   DHYG 245 - Principles of Practice. Two credit hours. Examination of
   level courses, DHYG 205, DHYG 221, DHYG 223, DHYG 224,
                                                                                      the dental hygienist’s role in practice settings including dental office
   DHYG 227.
                                                                                      management, employment considerations in both traditional and
DHYG 233 - Clinical Dental Hygiene Seminar III. Two credit hours.                     non-traditional settings, the future role of the dental hygienist, resume
   Continuing development of a theoretical framework of dental hygiene                preparation, and job interviewing. Emphasis on the laws governing
   treatment with advancement of dental hygiene proficiency in all areas              the practice of dentistry and dental hygiene in New Mexico and
   of dental hygiene treatment. Presentation and discussion of case                   the ethical standards established by the dental hygiene profession.
   histories from patients and preventive measures employed against                   Prerequisites: All DHYG 100 level courses, DHYG 205, DHYG 221,
   disease concurrent with clinical practice with emphasis on special                 DHYG 223, DHYG 224, DHYG 225, DHYG 227, DHYG 229,
   needs patients. Prerequisites: All DHYG 100 level courses, DHYG                    DHYG 231, DHYG 233, DHYG 234, DHYG 237.
   205, DHYG 221, DHYG 223, DHYG 224, DHYG 225, DHYG 227,
                                                                                   DHYG 168/268 - Workshop in Dental Hygiene. One to nine credit hours.
   DHYG 229, DHYG 231, DHYG 237.
                                                                                      As announced. (Repeatable for credit.)
DHYG 234L - Clinical Dental Hygiene III. Three credit hours. A
                                                                                   DHYG 291 - Directed Studies. One to three credit hours. This course
   continuation of clinical skills, patient assessments, treatment and
                                                                                      allows the student to investigate in-depth some subject matter
   appointment scheduling, preventive techniques and application of
                                                                                      that is not covered in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-
   dental hygiene procedures at the intermediate to advanced level.
                                                                                      Roswell. Assignments must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of
   Work-based instruction that helps students synthesize new knowledge,
                                                                                      work per credit hour in the form of a substantial research paper,
   apply previous knowledge or gain experience managing the
                                                                                      study, or project. Prerequisite: Completion of Directed Studies
   workflow. Practical experience is simultaneously related to theory.
                                                                                      Request form; consent of instructor and administrative approval.
   Direct supervision is provided by the clinical faculty in a clinical setting.
                                                                                      (Repeatable for credit.)
   Prerequisites: All DHYG 100 level courses, DHYG 205, DHYG
   221, DHYG 223, DHYG 224, DHYG 225, DHYG 227, DHYG 229,                          DHYG 193/293 - Topics in Dental Hygiene. One to nine credit hours. As
   DHYG 231, DHYG 237.                                                                announced. (May be repeated for credit with consent of instructor
                                                                                      and administrative approval.)
DHYG 235 - Dental Public Health. Three credit hours. Study of the principles
   and concepts of community public health and dental health education
                                                                                    (DNC) DaNCE
   with an emphasis on community assessment, educational planning,
   implementation, and evaluation. Introduction to statistical, scientific         DNC 101 (DANC 1013) - Introduction to Dance. Three credit hours.
   review of literature. Laboratory emphasizes methods and materials                  Introduction to fundamentals of dance technique, dance history and
   used in teaching dental heath education in various community sessions.             aesthetics studied through text, video, and participation.
   Prerequisites: All DHYG 100 level courses, DHYG 205, DHYG
                                                                                   DNC 102 - Modern Dance I. Three credit hours. Introduction and
   221, DHYG 223, DHYG 224, DHYG 225, DHYG 227, DHYG 229,
                                                                                      development of basic modern dance techniques and its history
   DHYG 231, DHYG 233, DHYG 234, DHYG 237.
                                                                                      approached through academic study and participation.
DHYG 237 - Local Anesthesia and Pain Control. Two credit hours. A study
                                                                                   DNC 168/268 - Workshop in Dance. One to nine credit hours. As
   of the application of various physical, chemical and psychological
                                                                                      announced. (Repeatable for credit.)
   modalities to the prevention and treatment of preoperative and
   postoperative patient anxiety and pain. Emphasis is placed on                   DNC 291 - Directed Studies. One to three credit hours. This course
   dental hygiene administration of local anesthesia and the monitoring               allows the student to investigate in-depth some subject matter
   of nitrous oxide. Prerequisites: All DHYG 100 level courses, DHYG                  that is not covered in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-
   205, DHYG 221, DHYG 223, DHYG 224, DHYG 227.                                       Roswell. Assignments must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of
                                                                                      work per credit hour in the form of a substantial research paper,
DHYG 243 - Clinical Dental Hygiene Seminar IV. Two credit hours. A
                                                                                      study, or project. Prerequisite: Completion of Directed Studies
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     Request form; consent of instructor and administrative approval.               and global issues in today’s world.
     (Repeatable for credit.)
                                                                               ECON 221 (ECON 2113) - Principles of Macro Economics. Three credit
DNC 193/293 - Topics in Dance. One to nine credit hours. As                       hours. Interrelationships involving inflation, unemployment, gross
   announced. (May be repeated for credit with consent of instructor              national product, taxes, government spending, and the domestic and
   and administrative approval.)                                                  world monetary systems. Prerequisite: MATH 107 or higher level
                                                                                  math course.
 (Ds) Deaf studies
                                                                               ECON 222 (ECON 2123) - Principles of Micro Economics. Three credit
The Deaf Studies curriculum is designed to promote awareness of and               hours. Economics of resource allocation with applications to the
    communication with the Deaf community. It is a basic approach to the          current economic problems of poverty, agriculture, monopoly, labor
    appreciation of Deaf Culture and the art of sign languages.                   unions, and market structure. Prerequisite: BUS 151, MATH 107 or
DS 101 - American Sign Language I. Three credit hours. Interactive                higher level math course.
   approach to ASL by use of vocal and signed instruction. Develops            ECON 168/268 - Workshop in Economics. One to nine credit hours. As
   basic vocabulary in American sign language. It is recommended that             announced. (Repeatable for credit.)
   students take DS 110 before or concurrently with DS 101.
                                                                               ECON 291 - Directed Studies. One to three credit hours. This course
DS 102 - American Sign Language II (ASL II). Three credit hours.                  allows the student to investigate in-depth some subject matter
   A continuation of DS 101. Develops basic competencies for                      that is not covered in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-
   communication. Introduction to ASL grammar and syntax. Prerequisite:           Roswell. Assignments must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of
   DS 101.                                                                        work per credit hour in the form of a substantial research paper,
DS 103 - American Sign Language III (ASL III). Three credit hours. A              study, or project. Prerequisite: Completion of Directed Studies
   continuation of DS 102. Prepares students for basic sign conversation.         Request form; consent of instructor and administrative approval.
   Prerequisite: DS 102.                                                          (Repeatable for credit.)

DS 110 - Introduction to American Deaf Culture. Three credit hours.            ECON 193/293 - Topics in Economics. One to nine credit hours. As
   Study of psychological and social aspects of deafness. General                 announced. (May be repeated for credit with consent of instructor
   overview of American Sign Language (ASL) and manual communication              and administrative approval.)
   systems: Pidgin Signed English (PSE), Manual Coded English (MCE),
   and Signing Exact English (SEE). It is recommended that this course          (EDF) Education Foundations
   be taken before or in conjunction with DS 101.                              EDF	 222	 ‑	 Structured	 Observations	 of	 Teaching.	 Three	 credit	 hours.	
DS 200 - Beginning Conversational Sign Language. Three credit hours.                Introduction	 to	 the	 study	 and	 practice	 of	 teaching.	 For	 students	
   Develops basic competencies in conversational skills. Prerequisite: DS           interested in pursuing a career in education. Includes early field
   103.                                                                             experience in precollegiate teaching. Required for advancement in
                                                                                    Teacher Education.
DS 201 - Intermediate Conversational Sign Language. Three credit
   hours. Develops intermediate competencies in signed communication.          EDF	168/268	‑		Workshop	in	Education	Foundations.	One	to	nine	credit	
   Prerequisites: DS 200.                                                          hours. As announced. (Repeatable for credit.)
DS 210 - Ethics/Professional Standards for Interpreting. Three credit hours.   EDF	281	‑	Arts	and	Crafts	for	the	Elementary	Teacher.	Three	credit	hours.	
   Lecture course using readings, theory, and discussion of hypothetical           Application of techniques, methods, and materials of arts and crafts in
   situations and role plays to explore ethical standards and dilemmas             the teaching of subject matter by the elementary classroom teacher.
   in ASL-English interpretation. Covers personal and professional values,     EDF	 291	 ‑	 Directed	 Studies.	 	 One	 to	 three	 credit	 hours.	 	 This	 course	
   ethics, and morality; professional principles; power, responsibility, and        allows the student to investigate in-depth some subject matter
   group dynamics; the interpreter’s role; cross-cultural issues, and the           that is not covered in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-
   decision-making process. Prerequisite: DS 110.                                   Roswell. Assignments must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of
DS 168/268 - Workshop in Deaf Studies/Sign Language. One to nine                    work per credit hour in the form of a substantial research paper,
   credit hours. As announced. (Repeatable for credit.)                             study, or project. Prerequisite: Completion of Directed Studies
                                                                                    Request form; consent of instructor and administrative approval.
DS 291 - Directed Studies. One to three credit hours. This course
                                                                                    (Repeatable for credit.)
   allows the student to investigate in-depth some subject matter
   that is not covered in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-               EDF	193/293	‑	Topics	in	Education	Foundations.	One	to	nine	credit	hours.	
   Roswell. Assignments must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of                    As announced. (May be repeated for credit with consent of instructor
   work per credit hour in the form of a substantial research paper,               and administrative approval.)
   study, or project. Prerequisite: Completion of Directed Studies
   Request form; consent of instructor and administrative approval.              (ElEC) Electricity
   (Repeatable for credit.)                                                    ELEC	 101	 ‑	 Introduction	 to	 Electricity.	 Four	 credit	 hours.	 Introduces	 the	
DS 193/293 - Topics in Deaf Studies/Sign Language. One to nine credit              student to electrical theory, generation and distribution, ohm’s law,
   hours. As announced. (May be repeated for credit with consent of                series and parallel circuits, AC/DC, practical applications and
   instructor and administrative approval.)                                        electrical safety.
                                                                               ELEC	 202	 ‑	 Advanced	 Electricity.	 Four	 credit	 hours.	 The	 students	 will	
 (ECoN) Economics                                                                  become proficient in electric components, electrical circuits, motors
ECON 200 - Survey of Economics. Three credit hours. An introductory level          and electrical testing devices/meters. Prerequisite: ELEC 101
   course in economics designed for non-business majors. Emphasis is           ELEC	 203	 ‑	 HVAC/R	 control	 Systems.	 Four	 credit	 hours.	 The	 student	
   placed on understanding how economic principles apply to domestic               will become proficient in identifying and understanding air
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     conditioning and refrigeration control systems and solid state                   credit hours. The Mitigation Planning Workshop for Local Governments
     components. Pre or Corequisite: ELEC 202                                         assists representatives of local communities or multi-jurisdictional plan-
                                                                                      ning areas to develop a mitigation plan that meets community needs
 (EM) Emergency Management                                                            as well as 322 local planning requirements.
EM 150 - Exercise Design (IS 139). Two credit hours. This course is designed     EM 205 - Community Mass Care Management (G108). Two credit hours.
    to introduce you to the fundamentals of exercise design and to prepare           This course is intended to equip emergency management staff and
    you to design and conduct a small functional exercise for your organi-           voluntary agency personnel with the knowledge and skills necessary to
    zation as you prepare your organization to respond to emergencies.               perform effective mass care coordination in a broad range of disaster
                                                                                     situations.
EM 151 - Principles of Emergency Management (IS 230). One credit hour.
    This	 course	 is	 one	 in	 the	 Federal	 Emergency	 Management	 Agency	      EM 206 - Emergency Management Operations for Local Governments.
    (FEMA)	Professional	Development	Series.	The	goal	of	this	course	is	to	          Three credit hours. This course is designed for local communities or
    introduce the fundamentals of emergency management as an integrated             tribal	governments	that	may	not	be	able	to	participate	in	FEMA’s	resi-
    system, surveying how the resources and capabilities of all functions at        dent integrated Emergency Management Courses. The course is an
    all levels can be networked together in all phases for all hazards.             exercise-based program with planning sessions that begin weeks prior
                                                                                    to the actual course, and it includes classroom sessions and exercises.
EM 152 - Emergency Planning (IS 235). One credit hour. This course is               The course is designed to improve operational capabilities as they relate
    designed for emergency management personnel who are involved in                 to managing emergencies in the local community.
    developing an effective emergency planning system. The course of-
    fers training in the fundamentals of the emergency planning process,         EM 207 - Exercise Program Management (G137). Three credit hours. This
    including the rationale behind planning                                          course provides knowledge, skills, and job aids to assist local, State,
                                                                                     and National personnel in implementing their roles as exercise program
EM 153 - Leadership and Influence (IS 240). One credit hour. This course             managers.
    is designed to improve leadership and influence skills. It addresses
    leadership from within, how to facilitate change, how to build and           EM 208 - Emergency Planning and Special Needs Populations (G197).
    rebuild trust, using personal influence and political savvy, and fostering      Three credit hours. This course provides emergency planners with the
    an environment for leadership development.                                      skills and knowledge that they will need to prepare for, respond to, and
                                                                                    recover from emergencies that involve seniors, people with disabilities,
EM 154 - Decision-Making and Problem Solving (IS 241). One credit hour.             and/or special needs groups.
    This course is designed to improve decision-making skills by address-
    ing the decision-making process, decision-making styles, attributes of       EM 209 - Debris Management (G202). One credit hour. This field course
    an effective decision maker, and ethical decision making and problem             is designed for State, Local, and Tribal personnel at all levels as well as
    solving                                                                          public works directors, their staff, and waste management personnel. It
                                                                                     provides an overview of issues and recommended actions necessary to
EM 155 - Effective Communication (IS 242). One credit hour. This course              plan for, respond to, and recover from debris-generating events.
    is designed to improve communication skills by addressing basic com-
    munication skills, how to communicate in an emergency, how to identify       EM	210	‑	Hazardous	Weather	and	Flood	Preparedness	(G271).		One	credit	
    community-specific communication issues, use of technology as a com-             hour. This course is designed to help promote a more proactive response
    munication tool, effective oral communication, and how to prepare an             to weather and flooding hazards through close coordination between
    oral presentation.                                                               emergency management and the National Weather Service.
EM 156 - Developing and Managing Volunteers (IS 244). One credit                 EM 211 - Warning and Coordination (G272). Two credit hours. This course
    hour. This course is for emergency managers and related professionals            is intended to help facilitate the reduction of death, injury, and property
    working with all types of volunteers and coordinating with voluntary             losses by providing information for emergency managers that facilitates
    agencies. The course provides procedures and tools for building and              close working relationships with the National Weather Service and the
    working with voluntary organizations.                                            news media to provide effective warnings that can be received and
                                                                                     understood by people at risk.
EM 200 - Incident Command System/Emergency Operations (G108). Two
    credit hours. The course provides an opportunity for participants to         EM 212 - Local Volunteer and Donations Management (G288). One credit
    begin developing an ICS (Incident Command Center/EOC (Emergency                  hour. This course addresses the planning considerations and opera-
    Operations Center) interface for their communities with emphasis on              tional requirements for an effective donations management system at
    exercises and group discussions.                                                 the local level.
EM 201 - Local Situation (RAPID) Assessment Workshop (G250.7). One               EM 213 - Basic Public Information Officers (G290). Three credit hours. This
    credit hour. This course provides information for communities, using             course is intended for the new or less experienced Public Information
    the Resource Guide, to develop the plan and procedures for rapidly               Office (PIO) to give emphasis on the basic skills and knowledge needed
    and efficiently collecting disaster intelligence immediately following a         for emergency management public information activities.
    disaster.                                                                    EM 214 - Evaluation and Re-entry Planning (G358). Two credit hours. This
EM 202 - Recovery from Disaster: The Local Government Role (G270.4).                 course is designed to provide participants with the knowledge and skills
    Two credit hours This course covers the responsibilities of local recovery       needed to design and implement an evacuation and re-entry plan for
    team members in response to disaster.                                            their jurisdiction.
EM 203 - Emergency Operations Center (EOC) Management and Opera-                 EM	215	‑	Flood	Fight	Operations	(G361).		Three	credit	hours.		This	course	
    tions (G275). Three credit hours. This course provides participants              emphasizes how to conduct a flood fight as well as providing informa-
    with knowledge and skills to effectively manage and operate an EOC               tion to help communities decide if a flood fight is possible and worth
    during crisis situations. Prerequisite: consent of instructor.                   the effort and cost.
EM 204 - Mitigation Planning Workshop for Local Governments (G318). Two          EM 216 - Multi-Hazard Emergency Planning for Schools (G362). One credit
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     hour. This course will provide participants with the knowledge, skills,              course uses the National Green Cross curriculum.
     and tools needed to develop all-hazard school emergency operations              EMS	104	‑	First	Aid	and	CPR	for	Child	Care	Providers.	One	credit	hour.	
     plans for school emergencies.                                                      Prepares personnel in the childhood education and other child care
EM	217	‑	Mass	Fatalities	Incident	Response	(G386).		Two	credit	hours.		This	            fields to respond to emergencies involving children. This course meets
    course prepares local and State response personnel and other respon-                all local, state, and federal requirements for first aid and CPR training
    sible agencies and professionals to handle mass fatalities effectively and          of child care providers. This course uses the National Green Cross
    to work with the survivors in an emergency or disaster.                             curriculum. (Repeatable for credit.)
EM 218 - Advanced Incident Command System (G400). Two credit hours.                  EMS	 105	 ‑	 Emergency	 Medical	 Responder.	 Four	 credit	 hours.	 This	 60	
    This course provides training on and resources for personnel who                     hour course of instruction provides initial basic pre-hospital lifesaving
    require advanced application of the Incident Command System (ICS).                   knowledge	and	skills.	First	responders	are	individuals	trained	to	assess	
    Prerequisite:		permission	of	instructor	to	assure	that	FEMA	prerequisite	           patients and provide emergency care. This course meets or exceeds
    courses have been completed.                                                        the National EMS Education Standards and New Mexico Scope
                                                                                        of Practice. Upon successful completion of this course, students will
EM 219 - Homeland Security Planning for Local Governments (G408). Two
                                                                                        be eligible for Licensure with the New Mexico EMS Bureau and/or
    credit hours. The course teaches participants to evaluate, revise, or
                                                                                        National Registry of EMTs. Students will also be issued an American
    develop a homeland security appendix to their jurisdiction’s existing
                                                                                        Heart Association BLS Provider Card.
    Emergency Operations Plan (EOP). Prerequisite: permission of instructor
    to	assure	that	all	prerequisite	FEMA	courses	have	been	completed.	               EMS 106 - Emergency Medical Responder Refresher. One credit hour.
                                                                                        Reviews	 and	 updates	 the	 knowledge	 base	 and	 skills	 of	 the	 First	
EM 220 - NIMS Resource Management (IS 703). One credit hour. This
                                                                                        Responder.	 Prerequisite:	 current	 First	 Responder	 card.	 (Repeatable	
    course provides the principles, tools, processes, and systems used in the
                                                                                        for credit.)
    National Incident Management System (NIMS) that incident managers
    need for timely and effective resource management during an incident.            EMS	107	‑	First	Aid	and	CPR	for	Firefighters.	One	credit	hour.	This	course	
                                                                                        was	developed	in	conjunction	with	the	New	Mexico	Fire	Academy	and	
EM 193/293 - Topics in Emergency Management. One to nine credit                         the	EMS	Academy	to	fulfill	the	first	aid	requirements	of	the	Fire	Fighter	
   hours. As announced. (May be repeated for credit with consent of                     One	Program	as	outlined	by	the	NFPA	1001	Fire	Fighter	Professional	
   instructor and administrative approval.)                                             Qualification, 1992 edition.
                                                                                     EMS 110 - Emergency Medical Responder to EMT. Eight credit hours.
 (EMs) Emergency Medical services
                                                                                        A continuation of the Emergency Medical Responder class. Upon
EMS	100Y	‑	HeartSaver/CPR	First	Aid	(Youth	Programs).	One	credit	hour	                  successful completion, the graduate will have met all EMT requirements
    (0.5).		The	HeartSaver	First	Aid	course	teaches	rescuers	to	effectively	            and will be eligible for licensure as an EMT. Prerequisites: Successful
    recognize and treat adult emergencies in the critical first minutes                 completion of New Mexico approved Emergency Medical Responder
    until emergency medical services personnel arrive. The course also                  or Emergency Medical Responder Refresher course with 2 years,
    provides a health and safety training solution for first aid, adult and             current BLS provider card, and satisfactory performance on a course
    pediatric CPR and AED.                                                              pretest (administered on the first day of class). Corequisite: EMS 113
     *This course does not meet prerequisites for Health Program
                                                                                     EMS 111 - EMT. Seven credit hours. Provides an introductory survey of
    requirements.
                                                                                        emergency medical services with emphasis on intermediate care,
EMS	100	 ‑	 HeartSaver/CPR	 First	 Aid.	 	 One	 credit	 hour.	 The	 HeartSaver	         aid, and transportation of the sick and injured. This course meets or
    First	 Aid	 course	 teaches	 rescuers	 to	 effectively	 recognize	 and	 treat	      exceeds the National EMS Education Standards and New Mexico
    adult emergencies in the critical first minutes until emergency medical             Scope of Practice. Corequisite: EMS 101/111L./113.
    services personnel arrive. The course also provides a health and safety
                                                                                     EMS 111L - EMT Practicum. Two credit hours. Uses the College’s EMS
    training solution for first aid, adult and pediatric CPR and AED.
                                                                                        laboratory for the application of knowledge and the practice of skills
      *This course does not meet prerequisites for Health Program
                                                                                        learned in EMS 111. Local EMS facilities are used to provide field and
    requirements.
                                                                                        hospital experience in EMS. Corequisite: EMS 111.
EMS 101 - Basic Life Support Provider (CPR). Half credit hour (0.5).
                                                                                     EMS 112 - EMT Transition. Six credit hours. This course of study is
   Covers the principles and techniques of basic cardiac life support,
                                                                                        composed of the National Standard Curriculum for the EMT. Students
   prudent living, risk factors, and action for survival. Students will also
                                                                                        will attend a week-long immersion in the practical application of the
   acquire skills in airway and breathing management using adjuncts,
                                                                                        skills and knowledge of the EMT. Upon successful completion, the
   use of an automatic defibrillator, and initial management of life
                                                                                        student will take the National Registry of EMTs exam for the EMT.
   threatening situations. Upon completion, students are eligible for
                                                                                        Prerequisite: Acceptance into the EMT Transition Program. Corequisite:
   Basic Life Support Certification by the American Heart Association.
                                                                                        EMS 113
   (Repeatable for credit.)
                                                                                     EMS 113 - EMT Capstone. One half credit (0.5) hour. This final course is for
EMS 102 - Basic Emergency Care. One credit hour. Uses the National
                                                                                         the EMT student to demonstrate competency on cognitive knowledge
   Green Cross curriculum for the general public response to medical
                                                                                         and psychomotor skills. Successful completion of this course will allow
   and traumatic emergencies. This course is suitable for business and
                                                                                         the student to receive an EMT course completion cerificate making
   industry and meets all local, state, and federal requirements for first
                                                                                         them	eligible	to	apply	for	licensing	exams.	Knowledge	and	skills	from	
   aid at industrial sites. Includes first aid, airway management, and
                                                                                         the core curriculum courses will be tested. Course may be repeated
   public access defibrillation. (Repeatable for credit.)
                                                                                         with instructor approval.
EMS	103	‑	Wilderness	First	Aid.	One	credit	hour.	Provides	comprehensive	
                                                                                     EMS 130 - Out-of-state Transition. One to three credit hour (s). This course
   information about how to deal with medical and traumatic emergencies
                                                                                        meets the requirements of the New Mexico Injury Prevention and
   when help is hours, even days, away. This course is suitable for outdoor
                                                                                        EMS Bureau for EMT-Basic and Intermediate requesting reciprocity
   recreationists and people who work or live in remote locations. This
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     for New Mexico licensure. Included in this course are NM rules and              orientation to the principle and practices of pre-hospital emergency
     regulations, scope of practice issues, and preparation for the NM               medical services including: roles and responsibilities of the paramedic,
     state EMS exam. This course is offered each fall or upon request.               medical and legal aspects, the well being of the paramedic, illness
     Prerequisites: Students must apply for NM licensure and have received           and injury prevention, ethics, general principals of pathophysiology,
     a confirmation letter from the NM IP/EMS Bureau.                                life span development, communication skills, and an overview of the
                                                                                     EMS system. Prerequisite: Consent of Instructor.
EMS 131 - Hazardous Material Awareness. One credit hour. This course meets
    the	requirements	as	outlined	in	the	Code	of	Federal	Regulations	(CFR)	29	   EMS 204 - Pre-hospital Airway Management. One credit hour. Provides an
    OSHA 1910.120 (as adopted by the State of New Mexico) and the                   in-depth focus on the emergency management of acute airway and/
    National	Fire	Protection	Association	(NFPA)	standard	472.	Included	in	          or respiratory failure. Emphasizes advanced airway management.
    this course is the recognition of hazardous materials and early response        Prerequisites: Acceptance into the Paramedic Program. Corequisite:
    to minimize life safety hazards.                                                EMS 204L.
EMS 135 - EMS Refresher. One and a half credit hours (1.5). This 24             EMS 204L - Pre-hospital Airway Management Lab. One credit hour.
   hour course meets the refresher requirements of the New Mexico                  Provides for laboratory applications of the concepts and principles
   EMS Bureau and/or National Registry of EMT. EMTs and Advanced                   taught in EMS 204. Corequisite: EMS 204.
   EMTs will receive a course completion certificate upon successful
                                                                                EMS 205 - Patient Assessment and Assessment-based management. Two
   completion. Emergency Medical Responders will receive a course
                                                                                   credit hours. Provides an emphasis on history taking, techniques of
   completion certificate and eight hours on continuing education.
                                                                                   physical examination, patient assessment, clinical decision making,
   Prerequisites: Current EMT or Emergency Medical Responder License.
                                                                                   communications and documentation. Prerequisite: Successful
   Repeatable for credit.
                                                                                   completion of all previous paramedic level courses. Corequisite:
EMS 150 - Vehicle Extrication. One and a Half credit hours (1.5). This             EMS 205L.
   class covers new vehicle construction, vehicle safety systems, and
                                                                                EMS 205L - Patient Assessment and Assessment-based Management Lab.
   new rescue techniques for motor vehicle crashes. It provides the new
                                                                                   One credit hour. Provides for laboratory applications of the concepts
   rescuer with basic extrication knowledge and skills, and the seasoned
                                                                                   and principles taught in EMS 205. Corequisite: EMS 205.
   rescuer with updated information and techniques for safety during
   extrication.	THIS	CLASS	ALSO	MEETS	THE	REQUIREMENT	FOR	THE	                  EMS 206 - Paramedic Trauma Life Support. Two credit hours. Emphasizes
   EXTRICATION	 PORTION	 OF	 THE	 FIRE	 FIGHTER	 II	 CURRICULUM	                   the pathophysiology and management of trauma, including trauma
   OF	THE	NEW	MEXICO	FIRE	FIGHTER’S	TRAINING	ACADEMY.	The	                         systems/mechanisms of injury, hemorrhage and shock, soft tissue
   class consists of eight hours of power tool extrication. All participants       trauma, burns, head and facial trauma, spinal trauma, thoracic trauma,
   are required to have full protective gear, (normally firefighter’s bunker       abdominal trauma, and musculoskeletal trauma. Upon successful
   gear), helmet or hard hat with face shield or goggles, boots, leather           completion of this course and 206L, students will be awarded the Pre-
   gloves, and safety glasses.                                                     hospital Trauma Life Support Certificate from the National Association
                                                                                   of EMT’s. Prerequisite: Successful completion of all previous paramedic
EMS 175 - Advanced EMT (AEMT). Eight credit hours. Provides the EMT
                                                                                   level courses. Corequisite: EMS 206L.
   with information covering New Mexico EMS as it affects the EMT.
   This course meets or exceeds the National EMS Education Standards            EMS 206L - Paramedic Trauma Life Support Lab. One credit hour. Provides
   and New Mexico Scope of Practice. Corequisite: EMS 175L, 176L,                   for laboratory applications of the concepts and principles taught in
   and 177. Prerequisite: Acceptance to AEMT program.                               EMS 206. Corequisite: EMS 206
EMS 175L - Advanced EMT Lab. One credit hour. Uses the College’s                EMS 208 - Pre-hospital Pharmacology. Two credit hours. Covers the
   EMS laboratory for the application of knowledge and the practice                pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, dose calculation, and
   of skills related to the intermediate care of patients learned in EMS           administration of the medication applicable to the pre-hospital
   175. Corequisite: EMS 175 and 176L.                                             environment. Corequisite: EMS 208L. Prerequisite: Acceptance into
                                                                                   the Paramedic Program.
EMS	 176L	 ‑	 Advanced	 EMT	 Field/Clinical	 Practicum.	 One	 credit	 hour.	
   Uses local clinical facilities for the clinical application of knowledge     EMS 208L - Pre-hospital Pharmacology Lab. One credit hour.
   and the practice of skills related to the intermediate care of patients         Provides for laboratory applications of the concepts and principles
   learned in EMS 175. Students may be required to travel to complete              taught in EMS 208. Corequisite: EMS 208.
   some clinical requirements. Corequisite: EMS 175 and 175L.                   EMS 210 - EMS Colloquium I. One credit hour. Integration of knowledge
EMS 177 - Advanced EMT Capstone. One half credit (0.5) hour. This final             and skills learned in preceding classes. Prerequisites: Enrollment in
    course is for the Advanced EMT student to demonstrate competency                Paramedic Program.
    on cognitive knowledge and psychomotor skills. Successful completion        EMS 211L - Clinical Practicum I. Three credit hours. Uses local
    of this course will allow the student to receive an EMT course                 clinical facilities for the application of knowledge and the practice
    completion certificate making them eligible to apply for licensing             of skills learned in the clinical setting. Students may be required to
    exams.	Knowledge	and	skills	from	the	core	curriculum	courses	will	be	          travel to complete some clinical requirements. Prerequisites: Successful
    tested. Course may be repeated with instructor approval.                       completion of all previous paramedic level courses, current New
EMS 200 - Anatomy and Physiology for EMS. Three credit hours. Surveys              Mexico EMT-Intermediate Licensure.
   of human anatomy and physiology with emphasis on what the EMS                EMS 212L - Vehicular Practicum I. One credit hour. Uses local EMS facilities
   provider will utilize in the pre-hospital setting. Corequisite: EMS 200L.        for the application of knowledge and the practice of skills learned in
EMS 200L - Anatomy and Physiology for EMS Lab. One credit hour.                     the classroom in the pre-hospital setting. Students maybe required to
   Provides for laboratory applications of concepts and principles taught           travel to complete some field requirements. Prerequisites: Successful
   in EMS 200. Corequisite: EMS 200.                                                completion of all previous paramedic level courses.
EMS 202 - Introduction to Pre-Hospital Care. Three credit hours. An             EMS	214	‑	Pre‑hospital	Medical	Life	Support	I.	Five	credit	hours.	Covers	the	
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     pathophysiology and management of common medical emergencies,                        statewide EMS providers for paramedic students to complete an
     including areas of pulmonology, cardiology, and neurology.                           internship period which is mandatory for eligibility to take the National
     Prerequisites: Successful completion of all previous paramedic level                 Registry and/or New Mexico State Licensing Exams. This internship
     courses. Corequisite: EMS 214L                                                       is arranged on the students’ own time. Students must expect to travel
                                                                                          to complete this internship. Prerequisites: Successful completion of all
EMS 214L - Pre-hospital Medical Life Support I Lab. One credit hour.
                                                                                          Paramedic core courses, approval of Program Director, and approval
   Provides for laboratory applications of the concepts and principles
                                                                                          of Medical Director.
   taught in EMS 214. Corequisite: EMS 214.
                                                                                     EMS 232 - Special Considerations in EMS. Three credit hours. Covers
EMS 216 - Advanced Medical Life Support (AMLS). One credit hour. AMLS
                                                                                        the pathophysiology and management of the various patient groups
    is a 16-hour course developed by the National Association of EMT’s
                                                                                        including neonatology, pediatrics, geriatrics, abuse and assault, patients
    that presents an integrated, practical approach to the assessment
                                                                                        with special challenges, and acute interventions for the chronic care
    and care of adult patients during common medical emergencies.
                                                                                        patient. Upon successful completion of this course and EMS 232L,
    AMLS offers a “think outside the box” method of assessing and
                                                                                        students receive a Pediatric Advances Life Support Certification from
    managing a patient in medical crisis. The interactive/case based
                                                                                        the American Heart Association. Prerequisites: Successful completion
    presentations include the following topics: patient assessment, airway
                                                                                        of all previous paramedic level courses. Corequisite: EMS 232L.
    management, assessment of the shock patient, dyspnea/respiratory
    failure, chest pain, altered mental status, and abdominal pain. Hand-            EMS 232L - Special Considerations in EMS Lab. One credit hour. Provides
    on teaching stations follow the associated lectures each day. The                    for laboratory applications of the concepts and principles taught in
    course is appropriate for all levels of EMS professionals, physicians,               EMS 232. Corequisite: EMS 232.
    physician assistants, nurse practitioners, certified nurse anesthetists,         EMS 233 - Trauma Nursing Core Courses (TNCC). One credit hour.
    and nurses.                                                                         ENA (Emergency Nurses Association) developed and implemented
EMS 217 - Pediatric Education for Prehospital Professionals (PEPP).                     the TNCC as a mean for identifying a standardized body of trauma
   One credit hour. The PEPP course was developed by the American                       nursing knowledge. The TNCC is a 16-20 hour course made up
   Academy of Pediatrics and is designed to meet the learning objectives                of didactic and skill stations. Only registered nurses are eligible for
   related to the pediatric portion of the US Department of Transportation              certification. Other healthcare providers may register in the course for
   National Standard Curriculum for the EMT-Basic and EMT-Paramedic                     credit, but will not receive a course completion card from ENA.
   providers. The course helps prehospital professionals learn and                   EMS 234 - Emergency Nursing Pediatric Course (ENPC). One credit hour.
   assimilate the fundamental knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary                 The ENA (Emergency Nurses Association) developed the ENPC to
   for assessing and treating ill and injured children. It is especially                 educate nurses on caring for acutely ill and injured children. The
   tailored to the needs of the out-of-hospital personnel who often have                 course teaches participants to recognize the ill or injured child
   to make quick decisions about the care and destination of children in                 and identify significant, yet subtle changes in the less acute child.
   the field, many times without immediate medical direction or special                  Additionally, the course teaches all aspects of pediatric emergency
   equipment.                                                                            nursing, including, but not limited to pediatric trauma or resuscitation.
EMS 222 - EMS Operations. Two credit hours. Covers rescue techniques                     ENPC is a 16-hour course made up of didactic and skill stations.
   as they apply to the Paramedic in the pre-hospital setting including                  Only registered nurses are eligible for certification. Other healthcare
   ambulance operations, medical incident command, rescue awareness                      providers may register in the course for credit, but will not receive a
   and operations, hazardous material incidents, and crime scene                         course completion card from ENA.
   awareness. Prerequisites: Successful completion of all previous                   EMS 240 - EMS Colloquium II. One credit hour. Integration of
   paramedic level courses. Corequisite: EMS 222L                                       knowledge and skills learned in preceding classes. Prerequisites:
EMS 222L - EMS Operations Lab. One credit hour. Provides for laboratory                 Enrollment in Paramedic Program.
    applications of the concepts and principles taught in EMS 222.                   EMS 241L - Clinical Practicum II. Three credit hours. Uses local clinical
    Corequisite: EMS 222.                                                               facilities for the application, practice, and synthesis of knowledge
EMS	224	‑	Pre‑hospital	Medical	Life	Support	II.	Five	credit	hours.	Covers	the	          and skills learned in the classroom in the clinical setting. Students
    pathophysiology and management of common medical emergencies                        may be required to travel to complete some clinical requirements.
    including areas of endocrinology, allergies and anaphylaxis,                        Prerequisites: Successful completion of all previous paramedic level
    gastroenterology, renal/urology, toxicology, hematology,                            courses. Corequisite: EMS 242L.
    environmental conditions, infectious and communicable diseases,                  EMS 242L - Vehicular Practicum II. One credit hour. Uses local EMS
    behavioral and psychiatric disorders, gynecology, and obstetrics.                   facilities for the application, practice, and synthesis of knowledge
    This course also includes an in depth coverage of cardiology. Upon                  and skills learned in the classroom in the pre-hospital setting. Students
    successful completion of this course and EMS 224L, students are                     may be required to travel to complete some field requirements.
    awarded an Advanced Cardiac Life Support Certification from the                     Prerequisites: Successful completion of all previous paramedic level
    American Heart Association. Prerequisites: successful completion of                 courses. Corequisite: EMS 241L.
    all previous paramedic level courses. Corequisite: EMS 224L.
                                                                                     EMS	250	‑	EMS	Colloquium.	One	credit	hour.	Focuses	on	the	integration	
EMS 224L - Pre-hospital Medical Life Support II Lab. One credit hour.                   of knowledge and skills learned in preceding classes including final
   Provides for laboratory applications of the concepts and principles                  program testing and National Registry Exam Review. Prerequisites:
   taught in EMS 224. Corequisite: EMS 224.                                             Successful completion of all Paramedic core courses, approval of
EMS 225 - EMS Seminar. One to three credit hours. Provides a forum for the              Program Director, and approval of Medical Director. Corequisite:
    discussion and review of selected topics in EMS. Which may include                  EMS 231L.
    pediatric, OB/GYN, or medical emergencies. Topics will be selected               EMS 251L - Clinical Practicum III. One credit hour. Uses local clinical
    according to the needs of the students. (Repeatable for credit.)                    facilities for the application, practice, and synthesis of knowledge and
EMS	 231L	 ‑	 EMS	 Vehicular	 Internship.	 Five	 credit	 hours.	 Uses	 local	 and	      skills learned in the classroom in the clinical setting. The clinical facilities
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     also provide the setting in which students evaluate the effectiveness       EMS 264 - Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS). One credit hour.
     of pre-hospital care. Students are required to travel to complete              Covers information necessary for health care personnel who provide,
     some clinical requirements. Prerequisites: Successful completion of all        or have the potential to provide, care to pediatric patients. The course,
     previous paramedic level courses. Corequisite: EMS 250.                        which is open to all care givers, consists of written examination and
                                                                                    teaching/testing practical stations. Upon successful completion of this
EMS	 252L	 ‑	 Accelerated	 Paramedic	 Clinical/Internship.	 Fourteen	 credit	
                                                                                    course, students receive a course completion card from the American
   hours. This course is designed to meet the special needs of an
                                                                                    Heart Association. Prerequisite: Basic Life Support Provider Card.
   accelerated paramedic program where the clinical and internship is
                                                                                    (Repeatable for credit.)
   taught as a single block after the didactic portion. The content of this
                                                                                    *This course has required pre-course work which must be successfully
   class meets clinical requirements of EMS 211L, EMS 212L, EMS 231L,
                                                                                    completed and turned in on the first day of class. Students not
   EMS 241L, EMS 242L, EMS 251L. Prerequisites: EMS 232/232L.
                                                                                    completing this work will not be allowed to attend the course. Contact
EMS 254 - Paramedic Transition. Six credit hours. This is Phase 1 of the            the EMS Program for more information.
   Paramedic Transition Program. The didactic portion (leveling course)
                                                                                 EMS 265 - Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP). One credit hour.
   is composed of forty-eight (48) learning modules, encompassing the
                                                                                    Consists of eight lessons designed to teach the knowledge and skills
   National Standard Curriculum for the EMT Paramedic. Prerequisite:
                                                                                    necessary to effectively resuscitate the newborn. Upon successful
   Acceptance into the Advanced Placement Program.
                                                                                    completion of the program, students will be awarded a course
EMS 255 - Paramedic Transition Practicum. Six credit hours. This is Phase           completion card from the American Academy of Pediatrics and
   2 of the Paramedic Transition Program. The purpose of this class is              American Heart Association. Prerequisite: EMT, LPN, RN, or RCP.
   to integrate the knowledge acquired in EMS 254, to evaluate crucial              (Repeatable for credit.)
   skills, and to ensure comprehension of the roles and responsibilities            *This course has required pre-course work which must be successfully
   of a Paramedic. Prerequisite: EMS 254.                                           completed and turned in on the first day of class. Students not
EMS	256L	‑	Paramedic	Transition	Clinical/Field	Practicum.	Six	credit	hours.	        completing this work will not be allowed to attend the course. Contact
    This is Phase 3 of the Paramedic Transition Program and it is the clinical      the EMS Program for more information.
    and field competency portion. It will be adjusted based on each              EMS 266 - Basic Life Support Instructor (BLS-I). One credit hour. Provides the
    student’s past clinical experience. Regardless of past experience, all           opportunity and forum to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary
    students will be required to successfully complete a minimum of 20-              to instruct fairly and accurately and to test potential basic life support
    Lead paramedic calls. Clinical rotations may be arranged at various              providers. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be
    locations to meet the needs of the students. Depending upon the local            awarded a Basic Life Support Instructor Certificate from the American
    EMS regulations, students may have additional requirements and fees              Heart Association. Prerequisites: Current Healthcare Provider CPR
    assigned. Prerequisite: EMS 255.                                                 cards	and	Regional	Faculty	or	TC	Faculty	recommendation,	Pretesting,	
EMS 260 - Advanced Cardiac Life Support. Three credit hours. Covers                  and Training Center recommendation.
   the pathophysiology and management of cardiovascular disorders;                   *This course has require pre-course work which must be successfully
   including Advanced Cardiac Life Support. Designed to acquaint all                 completed and turned in on the first day of class. Students not
   levels of health care providers (EMT-B, EMT-I, EMT-P, RN and health               completing this work will not be allowed to attend the course. Contact
   students) with emergency cardiac care. Upon successful completion                 the EMS Program for more information.
   of this course, students receive an Advanced Cardiac Life Support             EMS 267 - Introduction to 12 Lead ECG. One credit hour. An introduction
   Certification from the American Heart Association. Prerequisite: Basic            to 12 lead ECG interpretation including lead placement, axis
   Life Support Provider. (Repeatable for credit.)                                   determination, determination of AMI, and other dysrhythmias.
EMS 261 - ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support) 2-Day. One credit hour.               Prerequisite: ECG rhythm interpretation skills.
    Provides an intense study in Advanced Cardiac Life Support. Upon             EMS 168/268 - Workshop in Emergency Medical Services. One to nine
    successful completion of this course, students will be awarded an               credit hours. As announced. (Repeatable for credit.)
    Advanced Cardiac Life Support Certificate from the American Heart
                                                                                 EMS	 269	 ‑	 Field/Clinical	 Experience	 for	 EMTs.	 Two	 credit	 hours.	 This	
    Association. This class is for the health care provider with previous
                                                                                    course is designed to enhance the clinical skills of licensed EMTs.
    ACLS experience. Prerequisite: Basic Life Support Provider Card.
                                                                                    This course is directed toward the EMT who has limited opportunity
    (Repeatable for credit.)
                                                                                    in	 the	 practice	 of	 their	 skills.	 Prerequisite:	 Current	 license	 as	 a	 First	
    *This course has required pre-course work which must be successfully
                                                                                    Responder or higher.
    completed and turned in on the first day of class. Students not
    completing this work will not be allowed to attend the course. Contact       EMS 270 - Teaching in EMS. Three credit hours. Designed as an instructional
    the EMS Program for more information.                                            methodology course which meets the 1994 National Standard EMT-
                                                                                     Basic Instructor Curriculum, including the learning process, adult learner,
EMS 263 - Prehospital Trauma Life Support- (PHTLS ). One credit hour.
                                                                                     principles of learning, course development, lesson planning, course
   Provides the practicing pre-hospital responder with a specific body
                                                                                     coordination, and student evaluation. After successful completion of the
   of knowledge of pre-hospital assessment and management of the
                                                                                     didactic portion, the student will be required to successfully complete
   trauma patient. PHTLS is a continuing education program and contains
                                                                                     an 80 hour (minimum) competency based internship. Completion of
   information that may be a review for some or all course participants.
                                                                                     this course DOES NOT imply any commitment by ENMU-Roswell
   Upon successful completion of this course, students receive a Pre-
                                                                                     or any New Mexico Emergency Bureau (EMSB) approved training
   hospital Trauma Life Support Certificate from the National Association
                                                                                     program for employment. Prerequisites: New Mexico licensed EMT-
   of EMTs. Prerequisite: EMT-B, EMT-I, EMT-P, or RN, RCP, or MD.
                                                                                     Intermediate or higher and a current AHS BCLS Instructor Card.
   *This course has required pre-course work which must be successfully
   completed and turned in on the first day of class. Students not               EMS	271	‑	Management	in	EMS.	Three	credit	hours.	Focuses	on	human	
   completing this work will not be allowed to attend the course. Contact           resources, quality management, managed care, legal and regulatory
   the EMS Program for more information.                                            aspects of EMS, protocol development, EMS operations, patient
                                                                                    account services, and developing community support. Intended for
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     EMS personnel desiring to become managers or who are already                     cards	and	Regional	Faculty	or	TC	recommendations.	
     in management roles.                                                             *This course has required pre-course work which must be successfully
EMS	 272	 ‑	 EMS	 Communications.	 Three	 credit	 hours.	 Focuses	 on	 system	        completed and turned in on the first day of class. Students not
    status control, telecommunications/radio communication technology,                completing this work will not be allowed to attend the course. Contact
    statewide EMS communications, medical priority dispatching, legal                 the EMS Program for more information.
    aspects of communication, and computer aided dispatching. Intended           EMS 193/293 - Topics in Emergency Medical Services. One to nine credit
    for EMS dispatching, management, and field personnel. It is not an               hours. As announced. (May be repeated for credit with consent of
    Emergency Medical Dispatcher course.                                             instructor and administrative approval.)
EMS 273 - EMS Computer Applications. Three credit hours. Introduces              EMS	 295	 ‑	 Pediatric	 &	 Neonatal	 Critical	 Care.	 Five	 credit	 hours.	 The	
   computer applications with an emphasis on those used in the                      Pediatric and Neonatal Critical Care Transport Program is designed
   out‑hospital	 environment.	 Focuses	 on	 word	 processing,	 hand‑                to prepare paramedics, nurses and respiratory therapists to function
   held computers, pen-chart applications, EMS data entry, and                      as members of a pediatric and neonatal critical care transport
   communication applications.                                                      team. Critical pediatric patients that must be transported between
EMS 277 - ACLS for the Experienced Provider. One credit hour. The                   facilities require a different level of care from hospital or emergency
   ACLS Experienced Provider course is designed for seasoned ACLS                   field patients. Prerequisites: Current NRP and PALS Provider Card.
   providers. The course focus is “the next step” in ACLS training. This            Corequisites: EMS 265 (if not a current NRP Provider.)
   course provides a stimulus for expert clinicians and practitioners to
   identify areas in resuscitation that deal with special circumstances.          (ENER) Renewable Energy technology
   The case based small group sessions involve review of electrolyte
                                                                                 ENER 101 Direct Current. Three credit hours. An introduction to
   abnormalities, toxicology, 12 lead ECG discussion, and cardiac arrest
   due to special causes. Prerequisite: Current ACLS Provider.                      electricity and electronics, current, voltage, resistance, Ohm’s
                                                                                    Law, power, magnetism, and meters.
EMS 285 - EMT-Paramedic Refresher. Three credit hours. Reviews and
   updates the knowledge base and skills of the currently certified              ENER 102 Alternating Current. Three credit hours. A study of
   EMT-Paramedic. This course meets National Registry of EMTs                       Alternating Currents, AC waveforms, AC meters, oscilloscopes,
   and the New Mexico EMS Bureau requirements for a Paramedic                       inductance, transformers, capacitors, AC circuits, and
   Refresher. This course may meet in a traditional format, web-                    resonance.
   based, or in combination of the two. Prerequisites: Current EMT-P
   license. (Repeatable for credit.)                                             ENER 105 Introduction to Renewable Energy. Three credit hours.
                                                                                    The history and current state of sources of renewable energy.
EMS 289 - ACLS Instructor. One credit hour. Provides the student with
   the knowledge and skills needed to serve as faculty for AHA ACLS              ENER	110	Fundamentals	of	Wind	Energy.	Three	credit	hours.	The	
   Provider courses. Those successfully completing the course will                  concepts and applications of electromagnetic induction as a
   receive instructor recognition from the American Heart Association.              source of energy. Corequisite ENER 110L.
   Prerequisites: Current ACLS Provider and Healthcare Provider CPR
   cards	and	Regional	Faculty	or	CTC	recommendation.	                            ENER	 110L	 Fundamenta	 of	 Wind	 Energy	 Lab.	 One	 credit	 hour.	
   *This course has required pre-course work which must be successfully             Experimentation to reinforce understanding of wind energy
   completed and turned in on the first day of class. Students not                  concepts. Corequisite ENER 110.
   completing this work will not be allowed to attend the course. Contact
                                                                                 ENER 145 Digital Electronics. Three credit hours. A study of
   the EMS Program for more information.
                                                                                    the binary number system, logic gates, sequential and
EMS 290 - Critical Care EMT-Paramedic. Six credit hours. This course                combinatorial logic circuits.
   will consist of 80 hours (classroom/skills). The content will include         ENER 150 Power Delivery System Management. Three credit
   laboratory data collection, hemodynamic monitoring, 12 Lead
                                                                                    hours. In-depth study of the components of the input and
   EKG	 monitoring,	 implantable	 cardioverter	 defibrillator	 and	 cardiac	
   pacemakers, intra-aortic balloon pumps, feeding tubes, catheters and             output electrical power delivery systems for solar and wind
   ostomies, ventilators, invasive lines, IV pumps, pressure infusers, and          generation.
   much more. Upon successful completion of this course the student will         ENER 175 Introduction to Biomass Energy. Three credit hours.
   receive Critical Care EMT-Paramedic course completion certification              Overview of plant growth, energy yield, combustion,
   from UMBC Emergency Health Services, which is valid for 3 years.
                                                                                    gasification, fermentation, and anaerobic digestion. Overview
   Prerequisite: Paramedic or registered nurse who has worked in that
   capacity for two (2) years.                                                      of environmental impact, economics, and value-added forms
EMS 291 - Directed Studies. One to three credit hours. This course                  of biomass energy. Corequisite ENER 175L
   allows the student to investigate in depth some subject matter that           ENER 175L Introduction to Biomass Energy Lab. One credit hour.
   is not covered in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-Roswell.                 Experimentation to reinforce the theoretical concepts presented
   Assignments must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of work per credit
                                                                                    in ENER 175. Corequisite ENER 175
   hour in the form of a substantial research paper, study, or project.
   Prerequisite: Completion of Directed Studies Request form; consent of         ENER 203 Microprocessors. Three credit hours. A study of
   instructor and administrative approval. (Repeatable for credit.)                 microprocesor architecture, hardware, machine language
EMS 292 - PALS Instructor. One credit hour. Provides the student with               programming, and interfacing.
   the knowledge and skills needed to serve as faculty for AHA PALS              ENER 205 Introduction to Power Electronics. Three credit hours.
   Provider courses. Those successfully completing the course will
                                                                                    A comprehensive study of electronic components and how
   receive instructor recognition from the American Heart Association.
   Prerequisites: Current PALS Provider and Healthcare Provider CPR                 they are used in the conversion and distribution of electricity
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     generated from a variety of energy sources.                                        the non-native speaker with lab based on the application of modern
                                                                                        linguistics. Open only to students whose native language is not English.
ENER 215 Energy Trends in Business and Industry. Three credit                           Must earn a “C” or better. Placement as ESL Intermediate High and
   hours. A discussion of the direction of energy production,                           ESL Advanced or consent of instructor. (This course does not meet the
   conservation, and usage of energy by industry.                                       undergraduate requirements for freshman composition.)
ENER	250	Fundamentals	of	Solar	Energy.	Three	credit	hours.	The	                    ENG	 107	 ‑	 English	 as	 a	 Second	 Language	 II.	 Four	 credit	 hours.	 A	
   exploration of the design and installation of solar photovoltaic                   continuation of ENG 106 with lab; developmental language for use
   systems and their applications both off-grid and on-grid.                          in the academic and business worlds; syntactic analyses. Open only
   Corequisite ENER 250L                                                              to students whose native language is not English. Must earn a “C” or
                                                                                      better. Placement as ESL Advanced or successful completion of ENG
ENER	 250L	 Fundamentals	 of	 Solar	 Energy	 Lab.	 One	 credit	                       106. (This course does not meet the undergraduate requirements for
   hour. Experimentation to reinforce solar energy concepts.                          freshman composition.)
   Corequisiste ENER 250L                                                          ENG 211 (ENGL 2213) - Introduction to Literature. Three credit hours.
ENER 253 Mechanitronics. Three credit hours. A study of devices                       Elements of the short story, novel, poetry, and drama; mythology,
   and components that convert mechanical energy into electrical                      literary terms, basic techniques of each literary form; practice in
                                                                                      writing about literature.
   energy and electrical energy into mechanical energy.
                                                                                   ENG 215 (ENGL 2313) - Poetry. Three credit hours. An introduction to
ENER 294 Co-op/Internship. Three to six hours. Practical                              various forms of poetry.
   applications in an energy work environment. (May be repeated
   for a maximum of six credit hours).                                             ENG 216 (ENGL 2323) - Novel. Three credit hours. An introduction to
                                                                                      various types of novels.
 (ENg) English                                                                     ENG 217 (ENGL 2343) - Short Story. Three credit hours. An introduction
                                                                                      to the short story as literature.
Students must attain the required level on the English and Reading
portions of the University Skills Placement Test or ACT before they may            ENG 218 - Plays. Three credit hours. An introduction to dramatic
enroll in English 102. It is highly recommended that students meet these              literature.
requirements prior to enrollment in any English course. No student will            ENG 219 - Literary Non-fiction. Three credit hours. An introduction to non-
be awarded a certificate of completion or an associate degree without                 fiction genres of literature.
achieving the required level of university skills in English.
                                                                                   ENG 221 (ENGL 2413) - British Literature Survey I. Three credit hours.
ENG	093	‑	Basic	English	Skills.	Four	credit	hours.	Developmental	course	with	         Overview of British literature from Beowulf to eighteenth century.
   lab designed to improve writing skills by focusing on the fundamentals          ENG 222 (ENGL 2423) - British Literature Survey II. Three credit hours.
   of sentence structure, correct usage, grammar, and punctuation.                    Literary masterpieces from pre-romanticism to the contemporary
   Credit not applicable toward degree requirements. Must pass with                   period.
   a “C” or better.
                                                                                   ENG 233 (ENGL 2113) - Technical Writing. Three credit hours. Techniques
ENG 096 - Developmental Writing. Three credit hours. A transitional course            and forms of professional and technical writing, including manuals,
   between ENG 093 and ENG 102. Examines the writing process                          feasibility studies, proposals, correspondence, and sales/promotional
   from simple paragraphs to the essay by exploring topics, creating                  literature. Emphasis on style, grammar, editing, graphics, and design
   topic sentences, organizing details, and revising. Students incorporate            of documents. Prerequisite: ENG 102.
   reading skills into the writing process and will summarize, critique, and
                                                                                   ENG	235	‑	Advanced	Composition.	Three	credit	hours.	For	students	striving	for	
   evaluate essays as a means for revising their own work. Includes a
                                                                                      fluency, maturity, and significance in their writing. Short works of master
   review of grammar, usage, punctuation, and sentence structure. Credit
                                                                                      writers are studied for ideas, style, and structure.
   not applicable toward degree requirements. Prerequisite: Placement
                                                                                   ENG 243 (ENGL 2123) - Creative Writing. Three credit hours. Exploration
   Test or ACT scores, or ENG 093. Must pass with a “C” or better.
                                                                                      of various literature genres through application.
   Pre/Corequisite: UNIV 101 or 102.
                                                                                   ENG 251 (ENGL 2513) - Survey of American Literature I. Three credit
English 102 and above courses require college level reading and writing               hours. Overview of American Literature from the earliest works to
skills. All students must score at required skills levels on reading and writing      the Civil War.
portions of the placement test, or the ACT. ENG 102 is a prerequisite for
                                                                                   ENG 252 (ENGL 2523) - Survey of American Literature II. Three credit
200 level classes.
                                                                                      hours. Overview of American Literature from the Civil War to
ENG 102 (ENGL 1113) - English Composition. Three credit hours. Sentence               present.
   and paragraph grammar; literary models; writing narrative, persuasive,
                                                                                   ENG 261 (ENGL 2613) - Survey of Western Literature I. Three credit hours.
   and expository papers; enhanced critical thinking and writing skills.
                                                                                      An introduction to the appreciation of great works of western literature
   Prerequisite: Placement by placement test scores or ACT score. Must
                                                                                      from classical times through the Renaissance. Readings include
   pass with a “C” or better. Pre/Corequisite: UNIV 101 or UNIV 102.
                                                                                      selections from Biblical, Greek, Roman, Medieval, and Renaissance
ENG 104 (ENGL 1123) - English Composition and Research. Three credit                  literature. Emphasis is on critical writings and class discussion.
   hours. A continuation of ENG 102; applies critical thinking, reading,
                                                                                   ENG 262 (ENGL 2623) - Survey of Western Literature II. Three credit
   and writing skills to research paper writing. In order to enhance
                                                                                      hours. A study of literary selections: Plays, poems, novels and short
   students’ interdisciplinary research, special topics may be selected.
                                                                                      stories from the Renaissance to the Present. Students will be able to
   Prerequisite: ENG 102.
                                                                                      comprehend the role of literature as a means of shaping the values
ENG	106	‑	English	as	A	Second	Language	I.	Four	credit	hours.	English	for	             and ideas of Western Civilization.
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ENG 168/268 - Workshop in English. One to nine credit hours. As                     ENGR 205 - Principles of Engineering. Three credit hours. Principles involved
   announced. (Repeatable for credit.)                                                 in industrial and product design, research, experimentation, and
                                                                                       solutions concerning basic design problems. Material requirements,
ENG 270 (ENGL 2653) - Survey of Twentieth Century (Modern) Literature.
                                                                                       design methodology, and the construction of prototypes.
   Three credit hours. A survey of major literary works of the twentieth
   century. Readings include representative selections of fiction, poetry,          ENGR	 211	 ‑	 Introduction	 to	 CAD‑Mechanical.	 Four	 credit	 hours.	 This	
   and drama by a variety of writers. Students will study and discuss                  course provides an introduction to computer-aided drafting. Emphasis
   the social, cultural and intellectual currents which influenced these               placed on drawing setup and manipulation, orthographic, isometric,
   writers.                                                                            auxiliary, and sectional views. Plotting drawings to scale is included
                                                                                       in the course.
ENG 275 - The Motion Picture. Three credit hours. Criticism of the film as
   an art and literary form. Selected films with attention upon composition         ENGR	 212	 ‑	 Residential	 Architectural	 CAD.	 Four	 credit	 hours.	 This	 is	
   and final impact.                                                                   a course in 2-D and 3-D architectural drafting with emphasis on
                                                                                       residential drafting and design. Students will prepare detailed working
ENG 281 - Comparative Mythology. Three credit hours. An introduction
                                                                                       drawings including floor plans, interior and exterior elevations,
   to the mythology of various cultures. Offers a broad multicultural
                                                                                       sections, foundation plans, details, electrical plans, plumbing plans,
   acquaintance with the literary masterpieces of world mythology from
                                                                                       climate control plans, framing plans, and site plans. Prerequisite:
   its beginning to the present.
                                                                                       ENGR 211.
ENG 282 (ENGL 2723) - Hispanic American Literature. Three credit hours.
                                                                                    ENGR	 	 213	 ‑	 Civil/Survey	 CAD.	 Four	 credit	 hours.	 Designed	 to	 give	
   An introduction to North and South American Hispanic literature
                                                                                       students Computer Aided Drafting projects in the fields of Civil/
   including novels, poetry, short stories, and drama.
                                                                                       Surveying, Architectural, Electronic, Piping, and Mechanical Design.
ENG 291 - Directed Studies. One to three credit hours. This course                     Prerequisite: ENGR 211.
   allows the student to investigate in depth some subject matter that
                                                                                    ENGR 220 - Building Structures. Three credit hours. Principles of
   is not covered in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-Roswell.
                                                                                       statics for the building construction industry. Unit stresses steel
   Assignments must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of work per credit
                                                                                       reactions, movements, and shear theory of bending; properties of
   hour in the form of a substantial research paper, study, or project.
                                                                                       sections; use of the beam formula; beam design procedures; floor
   Prerequisite: Completion of Directed Studies Request form; consent of
                                                                                       framing systems; columns; and the application of these principles to
   instructor and administrative approval. (Repeatable for credit.)
                                                                                       the areas of structural steel, reinforced concrete, and wood timbers.
ENG 193/293 - Topics in English. One to nine credit hours. As                          Prerequisite: MATH 105.
   announced. (May be repeated for credit with consent of instructor
                                                                                    ENGR 222 - Plane Surveying. Three credit hours. Surveying theory
   and administrative approval.)
                                                                                       and practice as applied to plane surveying, in the areas of error
                                                                                       propagation, linear measurements, angle measurements, area
 (ENgR) Engineering and Design technology                                              determination, differential and trigonometric leveling and topographic
ENGR	 101	 ‑	 Introduction	 to	 Engineering.	 Three	 credit	 hour.	 Fields	 and	       mapping. Prerequisite: MATH 105.
   functions of engineering; the engineering approach to problem                    ENGR	 230	 ‑	 3‑D	 Parametric	 CAD.	 Four	 credit	 hours.	 Computer	 Aided	
   solving; use of electronic calculators; graphical presentation; spoken              Design and Parametric 3-D representation using commercially
   and written communications; professionalism.                                        available software packages. Creation of parts, components, and
ENGR	 102	 ‑	 Introduction	 to	 Design	 Fields.	 Two	 credit	 hours.	 	 Students	      subassemblies with drawings. Prerequisite: ENGR 211 or equivalent
   explore the various design principles such as architectural, engineering,           work experience.
   product and graphic design. This course explores the creative                    ENGR	240	‑	Commercial	Architectural	CAD.	Four	credit	hours.	This	course	
   processes from the inception of an idea to the completion of a product.             is a 2D and 3D architectural engineering course with emphasis in
   It takes a hands-on approach to problem solving using sketching,                    commercial planning and computer-aided design. Students will be
   drafting, and model making techniques as they would be used in the                  presented principles, procedures, and standards used in architectural
   professional world.                                                                 drafting and design. The course requires preparation of a detailed
ENGR	111	‑	Technical	Drawing.	Four	credit	hours.	An	introductory	drafting	             set of working drawings for a commercial structure that includes
   course which covers historical development, equipment and supplies,                 floor plan, foundation plan, foundation details, typical wall sections,
   lettering, drawing, components, projections, dimensions, and tolerances.            elevations, electrical plan, mechanical plan, details and plot plan.
   A portion of this course is devoted to a review of basic geometry.                  Prerequisite: ENGR 211.
   Beginning architectural drawings.                                                ENGR 245 - Structural CAD. Three credit hours. Designed to give students
ENGR 120 - Architectural Modeling. One credit hour. This course gives                  the fundamentals of structural design. Topics will include detailing
   students hands-on experience producing scaled architectural models                  of beams, columns, braces, bill of materials, welding symbols, and
   from a working set of plans.                                                        erection drawings. Prerequisite: ENGR 211.

ENGR	125	‑	Fabrication	and	Design.	One	credit	hour.	This	course	gives	              ENGR 168/268 - Workshop in Engineering and Design Technology. One
   students an overview of designing a particular part and fabricating a               to nine credit hours. As announced. (Repeatable for credit.)
   prototype. The prototypes will be produced on a 3D rapid prototype               ENGR 291 - Directed Studies. One to three credit hours. This course
   printer an in the machine shop utilizing different types of equipment.              allows the student to investigate in depth some subject matter that
ENGR 170 - Introduction to Renewable Energy. Three credit hours. This                  is not covered in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-Roswell.
   course gives students an overview of the different renewable energies               Assignments must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of work per credit
   which will include wind, solar, algae, bio-fuel, clean coal, nuclear fuel           hour in the form of a substantial research paper, study, or project.
   cells, and others. Students will be involved with hands-on projects to              Prerequisite: Completion of Directed Studies Request form; consent of
   explore wind and solar power.                                                       instructor and administrative approval. (Repeatable for credit.)
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ENGR 193/293 - Topics in Engineering and Design Technology. One to                          Assignments must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of work per credit
   nine credit hours. As announced. (May be repeated for credit with                        hour in the form of a substantial research paper, study, or project.
   consent of instructor and administrative approval.)                                      Prerequisite: Completion of Directed Studies Request form; consent
                                                                                            of instructor and administrative approval. (Repeatable for credit.)
ENGR 294 - Engineering and Design Internship. Three credit hours.
   Practical Hands-on working experience in the world of Drafting and                  FIN	 193/293	 ‑	 Topics	 in	 Finance.	 One	 to	 nine	 credit	 hours.	 	 As	
   Design in a supervised atmosphere. Prerequisite: ENGR 294                                announced. (May be repeated for credit with consent of instructor
                                                                                            and administrative approval.)
 (Et) Electronics technology
                                                                                        (FPt) Fire Protection technology
ET	110	‑	Survey	of	Electronics.	Four	credit	hours.	An	introduction	to	direct	
    current, alternating current, semiconductor devices, circuits and digital          FPT	 101	 ‑	 Introduction	 to	 Fire	 Protection.	 Three	 credit	 hours.	 History	 and	
    electronics. This course is not required in the degree program, but is                   philosophy of fire protection, and review of statistics of loss of life and
    offered for non-electronics majors.                                                      property by fire. Introduction to agencies involved in fire protection
                                                                                             and career orientation. Recruitment and training for fire departments,
ET 168/268 - Workshop in Electronics/Computer Maintenance Technology.
                                                                                             pay,	and	current	related	problems.	Future	of	expanding	fire	service.	
    One to nine credit hours. As announced. (Repeatable for credit.)
                                                                                       FPT	 102	 ‑	 Fire	 Prevention.	 Three	 credit	 hours.	 The	 objectives	 of	
ET 291 - Directed Studies. One to three credit hours. This course allows the
                                                                                            inspections, fundamental principles, and techniques. The procedures
    student to investigate in depth some subject matter that is not covered in
                                                                                            of fire prevention and organization, public cooperation, and image.
    the courses regularly offered by ENMU-Roswell. Assignments must, as
                                                                                            Recognition of fire hazards, insurance and legal problems. Survey
    a minimum, require 30 hours of work per credit hour in the form of a
                                                                                            of local, state, and national fire codes. Engineering as a solution to
    substantial research paper, study, or project. Prerequisite: Completion of
                                                                                            fire hazards.
    Directed Studies Request form; consent of instructor and administrative
    approval. (Repeatable for credit.)                                                 FPT	103	‑	Fire	Hydraulics	and	Equipment.	Three	credit	hours.	Application	
                                                                                            of the laws of mathematics and physics to properties of fluid states.
ET 193/293 - Topics in Electronics/Computer Maintenance Technology.
                                                                                            Force,	pressure,	and	flow	velocities.	Emphasis	in	applying	principles	of	
    One to nine credit hours. As announced. (May be repeated for credit
                                                                                            hydraulics to fire fighting problems. Water supply flow problems and
    with consent of instructor and administrative approval.)
                                                                                            flow requirements for standpipes, sprinklers, and other appliances.
ET 294 - Co-op/Internship Training. Three credit hours. Practical
                                                                                       FPT		 104	 ‑	 Fire	 Protection	 Systems.	 Three	 credit	 hours.	 Study	 of	 required	
   applications in an electronics industry/work environment. (May be
                                                                                             standards for water supply. Special hazards protection systems,
   repeated for a maximum of six credit hours.)
                                                                                             automatic sprinkler systems, special extinguishing systems, rating
                                                                                             organization, and underwriting agencies.
 (FDs) Basic Food service
                                                                                       FPT	 105	 ‑	 Fire	 and	 Arson	 Investigation.	 Three	 credit	 hours.	 A	 study	 of	
FDS	 102	 ‑	 Basic	 Food	 Service	 w/lab.	 Four	 credit	 hours.	 This	 course	 will	        arson investigation, detecting arson, case histories, gathering and
     provide students with a working knowledge of various food service                      preserving evidence, preparing for a court case, discussion of laws,
     venues, and provide them with the training needed to be able to take                   types of arsonists, interrogation procedures, and cooperation and
     a job in numerous types of food service operations at entry level.                     coordination between fire fighters and arson investigators.
FDS	104	‑	Advanced	Food	Service	w/lab.	Four	credit	hours.		Continuation	               FPT	 106	 ‑	 Building	 Codes	 and	 Construction.	 Three	 credit	 hours.	
    of	 FDS	 102,	 Basic	 	 Food	 Service.	 Provides	 students	 with	 broader,	             Fundamental	consideration	and	exploration	of	building	construction	
    more in-depth training in the various food service areas. Additional                    and design with emphasis on fire resistance of building materials and
    topics covered may include: job search/interviewing techniques,                         assemblies. Related data focused on fire protection concerns and
    environmental rules and regulations, fire safety, civil rights, and                     review of related statutes and guidelines, both local and national in
    security.                                                                               scope.
                                                                                       FPT	 107	‑	Basic	Fire	Administration/Management.	Three	credit	hours.	An	
 (FIN )Finance                                                                              in-depth study of organization and management as related to a fire
FIN	201	(BFIN	2113)	‑	Principles	of	Finance.	Three	credit	hours.	Provides	                  department, including budgeting, records and reports, management
    an introduction to financial relationships in our economic environment                  of officers, personnel administration, and distribution of equipment
    stressing concepts and techniques of financial management. Also                         and personnel. Also covers the relationship of various government
    included are the time value of money, basic instruments of financing,                   agencies to fire protection areas and fire service leadership.
    financial planning, capitalization, valuation of securities, dividend              FPT	 108	 ‑	 Managing	 a	 Volunteer	 Fire	 Service.	 Three	 credit	 hours.	 An	
    policies, financial combinations, the international dimensions, and                     all-encompassing study of management needs and practices for
    social policy. Prerequisites: BUS 151, ACCT 200 or ACCT 201,                            volunteer fire departments. Special emphasis is placed on funding,
    ECON 221, ECON 222, and STAT 213, or consent of instructor.                             recruitment, retention, morale, and safety within the volunteer fire
FIN	 168/268	 ‑	 Workshop	 in	 Finance.	 One	 to	 nine	 credit	 hours.	 As	                 service. The needs and the future role of the volunteer fire service
     announced. (Repeatable for credit.)                                                    within society are also discussed.
FIN		287	‑	Personal	Finance.	Three	credit	hours.	Relationship	of	personal	             FPT	 110	 ‑	 Fire	 Protection	 with	 Lab.	 Four	 credit	 hours.	 Subjects	 typically	
     goals to money management in terms of expenditures, savings, and tax                   include behavior of fire, fire hazards or materials, fire suppression
     considerations.	Financial	media	that	serve	the	individual,	such	as	life	               systems, alarms and detection systems, process fire hazards,
     insurance, savings, securities, and consumer and mortgage credit.                      transportation.
FIN	 	 291	 ‑	 Directed	 Studies.	 	 One	 to	 three	 credit	 hours.	 	 This	 course	   FPT	 112	‑	Wildland	Firefighting.	One	credit	hour.	Students	will	learn	the	
     allows the student to investigate in depth some subject matter that                    basic factors of fire behavior that will aid them in the safe and effective
     is not covered in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-Roswell.                       control of wildland fires.
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                                                                                           with basic technical math skills, an overview of general physics
FPT	 201	‑	Advanced	Fire	Administration/Management.	Three	credit	hours.	                   as applied to work as an A & P, and instruction for reading and
     Insurance rates and ratings, preparation of budgets, legal aspects,                   innterpreting aircraft drawings. Corequisites: GAMT 102, 103, 104,
     and fire department buildings and equipment. Administration and                       105, and 106.
     organization of personnel training programs, public relations, report
     writing, specific procedures, and other related topics.                          GAMT 102 - Shop Practices. Two credit hours. Introduces students to
                                                                                         specialty tools, shop safety, workplace practices, basic aviation
FPT	 202	 ‑	 Hazardous	 and	 Explosive	 Materials.	 Three	 credit	 hours.	               materials and processes. Students also learn to fabricate fluid lines and
     Knowledge	 and	 skills	 needed	 to	 perform	 fire	 protection	 duties	              fittings, identify types of fasteners, and processes for nondestructive
     associated with hazardous and explosive materials; storage,                         testing. Corequisites: GAMT 101, 103, 104, 105, and 106.
     transportation, and handling of various materials; fire fighting
     strategies; and handling and controlling emergency situations. Toxic             GAMT 103 - Ground Operations. Two credit hours. Identifies aircraft
     fumes and health hazards.                                                           fuels, cleaning procedures and corrosion removal, as well as ground
                                                                                         operation procedures. These include safety, fueling, and start-up.
FPT	 203	‑	Aircraft	Fire	Fighting	and	Rescue.	Three	credit	hours.	Fire	attack	           Corequisites: GAMT 101, 102, 104, 105, and 106.
     and rescue procedures for all general aircraft. Problems related to
     aircraft disaster, aircraft familiarization, specialized fire fighting, and      GAMT	 104	 ‑	 Federal	 Regulations.	 One	 credit	 hour.	 	 Instruction	 explains	
     rescue tactics.                                                                     how	to	read,	comprehend,	and	apply	all	FAA	maintenance	forms	and	
                                                                                         publications, as related to aircraft maintenance. Also describes all
FPT	 204	‑	Fire	Fighting	Tactics	and	Strategy.	Three	credit	hours.	Essential	            rights and privileges of A & P technicians. Corequisites: GAMT 101,
     elements in analyzing the nature of fire and determining the                        102, 103, 105, and 106.
     requirements for efficient utilization of manpower and equipment.
     Emphasis placed on pre-planning, study of conflagration, fire ground             GAMT 105 - Weight and Balance. One credit hour. Describes proper
     organization, problem solving related to fire ground decisions, attack              procedures for weighing and loading aircraft, and C. G. safety and
     tactics and strategy, use of mutual aid, and use of incident command                procedures for jacking aircraft. Corequisites: GAMT 101, 102, 103,
     system.                                                                             104, and 106.
FPT	 205	‑		EMS	Systems	Delivery	and	Management.	Three	credit	hours.	A	               GAMT 106 - Basic Electricity. Two credit hours. Explains theories and
     general study of the needs for, the requirements of, and the resources              principles of electricity related to aircraft circuitry. Corequisites: GAMT
     needed for implementation of an emergency medical services system.                  101, 102, 103, 104, and 105.
     The various legal aspects involved, funding, personnel requirements,              (gRNt) grant writing
     and different types of systems. The maintaining of an EMS system, as
     well as modification of the system to meet the needs of the community            GRNT 101 - Grant Writing Basics. Three credit hours. This course focuses
     being served. Public relations and impact on the EMS system.                        on the basics of a successful grant proposal. Emphasis is on how to
                                                                                         illustrate ideas for funding, find funding sources (from individuals,
FPT	 207	 ‑	 Advanced	 Vehicle	 Extrication.	 Three	 credit	 hours.	 This	 course	       corporations, foundations and government), and incorporate key
     covers advanced vehicle rescue utilizing the latest techniques and                  components into a successful grant proposal. Students will learn how
     equipment, ranging from basic hand tools to hydraulic tools and                     to estimate budgets, create measurable outcomes, and to self-evaluate
     power saws. Scene safety and victim stabilization will be emphasized.               grant proposals.
     Implementation of the incident command system will be stressed.
                                                                                      GRNT 102 - Research for Grant Writers. Three credit hours. This course
FPT	 168/268	 ‑	 Workshop	 in	 Fire	 Protection	 Technology.	 One	 to	 nine	             helps refine and build upon basic grant-writing skills. Students will write
     credit hours. As announced. (Repeatable for credit.)                                real grant proposals, create a mock review process, and review actual
FPT		 291	 ‑	 Directed	 Studies.	 	 One	 to	 three	 credit	 hours.	 	 This	 course	      grant proposals. The dynamic of group review and its implications
      allows the student to investigate in-depth some subject matter                     for grant proposals will be addressed, as will common grant-writing
      that is not covered in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-                      weaknesses and strategies to improve individual grant-writing skills.
      Roswell. Assignments must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of                    GRNT 103 - Social Artistry for Grant Writing. Three credit hours. This
      work per credit hour in the form of a substantial research paper,                  course introduces istudents to the concept of social artistry and its
      study, or project. Prerequisite: Completion of Directed Studies                    potential for positive impact on grant acquisition, the community and
      Request form; consent of instructor and administrative approval.                   the nation. There is an emphasis on how the understanding of timing,
      (Repeatable for credit.)                                                           pressing social issues, differing cultural perspectives and management
FPT	 193/293	‑	Topics	in	Fire	Protection	Technology.	One	to	nine	credit	                 can help students identify social trends and improve funding success.
     hours. As announced. (May be repeated for credit with consent of
                                                                                      GRNT 294 - Practicum. One to six credit hours. This course allows
     instructor and administrative approval.)
                                                                                         students to apply new grant-writing skills to the betterment of
                                                                                         themselves and community agencies by working within grant-
 (FREN) French
                                                                                         seeking institutions on grant funding, grant-making and grant
FREN	101	(FREN	1114)	‑	Beginning	French.		Four	credit	hours.		Development	               maintenance projects. Emphasis is on applying new skills and
    of speaking, reading, and writing skills and introduction to linguistic              finding ways to use grant-writing knowledge toward community
    structures in a cultural context.                                                    betterment. Students must submit a written proposal of their
FREN	 102	 (FREN	 1124)	 ‑	 Continuation	 of	 Beginning	 French.	 Four	 credit	          focus, which becomes a contract for the practicum.
    hours.	Second	semester	of	Beginning	French.		Prerequisite:		FREN	101	
    or equivalent with instructor approval.                                            (gEol) geology

 (gaMt) general aviation Maintenance technology                                       Those working toward an associate of arts degree in the sciences should not
                                                                                      take those courses designed specifically for the non-science degree. Students
GAMT 101 - Aviation Science. Two credit hours. Provides AMT students
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planning to pursue a bachelor’s degree in a scientific field should choose their        allows the student to investigate in depth some subject matter that
beginning courses from those marked with an asterisk (*).                               is not covered in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-Roswell.
                                                                                        Assignments must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of work per credit
GEOL 113 (ENVS 1113) - The Geological Environment. Three credit hours.                  hour in the form of a substantial research paper, study, or project.
   Geological processes and hazards, resources and environmental                        Prerequisite: Completion of Directed Studies Request form; consent of
   problems, including pollution, global warming, and waste disposal.                   instructor and administrative approval. (Repeatable for credit.)
   Corequisite: GEOL 113L.                                                         GEOL 193/293 - Topics in Geology. One to nine credit hours. As
GEOL 113L (ENVS 1111) - The Geological Environment Lab. One                           announced. (May be repeated for credit with consent of instructor
   credit hour. Identification of minerals and rocks, topographic                     and administrative approval.)
   maps, earthquakes, flooding, resources, water quality and other
   environmental issues. Corequisite: GEOL 113.                                     (HIst) History
GEOL 130 - Introduction to the Geology of New Mexico. Three credit
   hours. A survey of basic geological principles from field observations          HIST 101 (HIST 1113) - Survey of American History to 1877. Three credit
   for non-science majors. Includes a brief overview of the geologic                   hours. Development of American principles and ideals from the
   history of New Mexico. Two week field trip required along with                      Colonial era through the early national period; issues in sectional
   a research component. Consent of Instructor Required. Corequisite:                  divergence and the Civil War and Reconstruction.
   GEOL 130L.                                                                      HIST 102 (HIST 1123) - Survey of American History Since 1877. Three
GEOL 130L - Introduction to the Geology of New Mexico Lab. One credit                  credit hours. Changes which brought the urban/industrial society of
   hour. An introduction to field methods used in geology. Includes                    today into being; World Wars I and II and after.
   rock, mineral, fossil identification, sediment studies, field notes and         HIST 121 (HIST 1053) - Survey of Western Civilization I. Three credit
   interpretation of field observations. Consent of Instructor Required.               hours. Egyptian, Mesopotamian, and Cretan civilizations; early
   Corequisite: GEOL 130.                                                              Greek political and intellectual development; Rome and the rise of
GEOL	 140	 ‑	 Petroleum	 Geology	 with	 Lab.	 Four	 credit	 hours.	 Covers	 the	       the Christian Church; life and society in the Medieval period; and the
   basic principles in Petroleum Geology such as petroleum generation                  Renaissance in Italy and the North.
   and migration, petroleum traps, and petroleum exploration and                   HIST 122 (HIST 1063) - Survey of Western Civilization II. Three credit
   recovery techniques.                                                                hours. The Protestant reformation and the birth of the modern world;
GEOL 151 (GEOL 1113) - Physical Geology*. Three credit hours.                          rise of Absolutism reactions to the rise in war and revolution; Western
   Changes in forms and processes of the earth’s surface and interior in               technology, social and intellectual history; and political trends to the
   response to various types of energy flow. Includes a survey of rocks                present.
   and minerals, structural geology, topographic and geologic map                  HIST 203 (HIST 2113) - New Mexico. Three credit hours. New
   interpretation, structural features of the surface. Three hours lecture             Mexico’s Indian, Spanish, Mexican, and American epochs; internal
   each week. Corequisite: GEOL 151L.                                                  development and problems in the State; and New Mexico’s place in
GEOL 151L (GEOL 1111) - Physical Geology Lab*. One credit hour.                        the United States.
   Materials and processes of the solid earth. A series of investigations          HIST 168/268 - Workshop in History. One to nine credit hours. As
   of earth materials and their recognition and use; earth processes.                  announced. (Repeatable for credit.)
   Corequisite: GEOL 151.
                                                                                   HIST 291 - Directed Studies. One to three credit hours. This course
GEOL 152 (GEOL 1214) - Historical Geology*. Three credit hours. Evolution              allows the student to investigate in-depth some subject matter
   of the Earth’s surface and the biosphere; ancient environments and                  that is not covered in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-
   plate tectonics. Paleontology, paleogeography, and the principles of                Roswell. Assignments must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of
   stratigraphy are emphasized. Three hours lecture weekly. Corequisite:               work per credit hour in the form of a substantial research paper,
   GEOL 152L.                                                                          study, or project. Prerequisite: Completion of Directed Studies
GEOL 152L (GEOL 1211) - Historical Geology Lab*. One credit hour.                      Request form; consent of instructor and administrative approval.
   Fossils,	 geological	 environments	 and	 processes.	 Practical	 exercises	          (Repeatable for credit.)
   using geologic maps and the principles of structural geology and                HIST 193/293 - Topics in History. One to nine credit hours. As
   stratigraphy to decipher earth history. Characteristics and evolution               announced. (May be repeated for credit with consent of instructor
   of fossils and the uses of fossils in geologic interpretation. Corequisite:         and administrative approval.)
   GEOL 152.
GEOL 222 - Planetology. Three credit hours. A comparative study of the              (HPE) Health and Physical Education activity Courses
   planets and moons comprising our solar system. Incorporates the                 HPE 103 - Racquetball. One credit hour.
   most recent findings of the space probes. Prerequisites or corequisites:
   GEOL 151 and 152, or consent of instructor. Corequisite: GEOL                   HPE 104 - Beginning Aerobic Exercise. One credit hour.
   222L.                                                                           HPE 105 - Racquetball II. One credit hour.
GEOL 222L - Planetology Lab. One credit hour. Laboratory investigations            HPE 106 - Step Aerobics. One credit hour.
   of the properties of the planets such as orbits, geologic history, and
                                                                                   HPE 108 - Advanced Aerobic Exercise. One credit hour.
   chemical and physical attributes. Direct observation of planets will be
   attempted when possible. Corequisite: GEOL 222.                                 HPE 109 - Aqua Aerobics. One credit hour.
GEOL 168/268 - Workshop in Geology. One to nine credit hours. As                   HPE 111 - Jogging. One credit hour.
   announced. (Repeatable for credit.)                                             HPE 113 - Physical Training. One credit hour.
GEOL 291 - Directed Studies. One to three credit hours. This course
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HPE 115 - Personal Defense. One credit hour.                                            For	 general	 college	 students,	 prospective	 secondary	 teachers,	 and	
HPE 117 - Beginning Basketball. One credit hour.                                        other related occupations.

HPE 120 - Advanced Basketball. One credit hour.                                    HPE 245 - Theory of Coaching. Three credit hours. Philosophy of coaching
                                                                                       and leadership, current trends in sports and coaching, contemporary
HPE 123 - Lifetime Sports Exploration. One credit hour. An activity                    issues, legal aspect, and the professional elements of coaching.
          course in the field of health and physical education. Students
          will develop an appreciation for physical fitness through                HPE 247 - Basic Athletic Training. Two credit hours. Treatment of athletic
          participation in a variety of lifetime sports such as tennis,                injuries and techniques of athletic training.
          badminton, pickleball, and fitness testing.                              HPE 168/268 - Workshop in Physical Education. One to nine credit hours.
HPE 125 - Stretch and Tone. One credit hour.                                           As announced. (Repeatable for credit.)

HPE 130 - Social Dance. One credit hour.                                           HPE 291 - Directed Studies. One to three credit hours. This course
                                                                                       allows the student to investigate in depth some subject matter that
HPE	145	‑	 Walking	for	Fitness.	One	credit	hour.                                       is not covered in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-Roswell.
HPE 155 - Basic Horsemanship. One credit hour. Basic riding skills, along              Assignments must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of work per credit
          with the care and management of horses.                                      hour in the form of a substantial research paper, study, or project.
                                                                                       Prerequisite: Completion of Directed Studies Request form; consent of
HPE	160	‑		Karate.	One	credit	hour.	                                                   instructor and administrative approval. (Repeatable for credit.)
HPE	161	‑		 Fly	Fishing.	One	credit	hour.	                                         HPE 193/293 - Topics in Physical Education. One to nine credit hours. As
HPE 201 - Badminton. One credit hour.                                                  announced. (May be repeated for credit with consent of instructor
                                                                                       and administrative approval.)
HPE 205 - Volleyball. One credit hour.
HPE 206 - Circuit Training. One credit hour.                                        (Hs) Human services
HPE 207 - Stress Management. Three credit hours. Study of the cause                HS 110 - Principles of Interviewing. Three credit hours. Provides basic
          and effects of stress in the workplace, with emphasis on stress             knowledge of the interviewing process with emphasis on developing
          reduction techniques and practices.                                         interviewing skills. Developing an awareness of ways in which the
HPE 219 - Beginning Swimming. One credit hour.                                        student’s background, attitude, and behavior influence the interview.
                                                                                      Videotaped class interviews will provide material for discussion and
HPE 221 - Weight Training. One credit hour.                                           critique.
HPE 224 - Beginning Golf. One credit hour.                                         HS 182 - Introduction to Human Services. Three credit hours. This course
HPE 225 - Advanced Golf. One credit hour.                                             will include (1) overview of Human Services Technology, (2) defining
                                                                                      the Helping Relationships, and (3) developing techniques and skills
HPE 233 - Intermediate Swimming and Diving. One credit hour. Advanced
                                                                                      essential to the helping process.
          instruction on all strokes and diving techniques.
                                                                                   HS 201 - Techniques of Assessment and Intervention. Three credit hours.
HPE 234 - Lifeguard Training. One credit hour.
                                                                                      Looks at means of obtaining and evaluating information about
HPE 243 - Beginning Tennis. One credit hour.                                          difficulties which bring people to mental health or social service
                                                                                      settings. Introduces students to a variety of modalities for assisting
HPE 259 - Bowling. One credit hour.
                                                                                      individuals, groups, and families to enhance their capacities for coping
                                                                                      with their personal and environmental stresses.
 (HPE) Health and Physical Education
Non-Activity Courses                                                               HS 202 - Introduction to Alcohol & Drug Abuse. Three credit hours. This
                                                                                      course provides a broad overview of the field, including issues of alcohol
HPE 121 - Personal Health. Three credit hours. Concepts of physical,                  and other drugs in history and society; definitions and prevalence of alcohol
    mental, and social health and implications for modern daily living.               and drug use, misuse, and addiction; major theoretical perspectives on the
    An overview of contemporary health issues.                                        causes and remedies of substance abuse; major landmarks in alcohol and
HPE 141 - Exercise and Wellness Education. Two credit hours. Designed                 drug social policy; and the development and evolution of the alcohol and
    as an introductory course at the college level. Covers many areas                 drug abuse counseling field.
    in the broad field of physical fitness and wellness education. The             HS	 203	‑	Biopsychosocial	Foundation	of	Alcohol	&	Drug	Abuse.	Three	
    primary purpose of this course is to acquaint students with basic                  credit hours. A comprehensive survey of the contributions of biology,
    knowledge, understanding, and values of wellness as they relate to                 medicine, psychology, sociology, anthropology, and other disciplines
    optimal, healthful living.                                                         to the understanding of substance use disorders and addictive disease.
HPE	 181	 ‑	 Foundations	 of	 Health	 Education.	 Three	 credit	 hours.	 A	            Research is presented from genetics, neurochemistry, learning theory,
     foundation in the historical development, philosophical relationships,            socialization, and cultural views of addiction and recovery.
     current trends, contemporary issues, and the professional elements of         HS 204 - Principles of Prevention & Research in Alcohol & Drug Abuse.
     health education.                                                                Three credit hours. This course provides a broad overview of the
HPE	 220	‑	First	Aid.	Two	credit	hours.	A	thorough	overview	of	first	aid	skills	      methods and effectiveness of primary, secondary, and tertiary
     and knowledge. Required for AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION                           prevention efforts. Emphasis is on research-supported strategies
     CERTIFICATION.                                                                   directed to individuals, communities and special populations.
                                                                                      Prevention is examined from both risk factor and protective factor
HPE 240 - Drugs and Health. Three credit hours. The medical, psychological,           perspectives.
    and social use and misuse of drugs; evaluation of stimulant, depressant,
    and hallucinogenic agents as to their positive and negative values.            HS 205 - Principles of Treatment & Recovery in Alcohol & Drug Abuse.
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     Three credit hours. This course defines the legal and ethical scope of            Assignments must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of work per credit
     practice for alcohol and drug counselors; surveys the research support            hour in the form of a substantial research paper, study, or project.
     for the effectiveness of alcohol and drug abuse treatments; provides an           Prerequisite: Completion of Directed Studies Request form; consent of
     understanding of the processes of change, relapse, and recovery; and              instructor and administrative approval. (Repeatable for credit.)
     imparts skills in self-help facilitation, cognitive-behavioral techniques,   HUM 193/293 - Topics in Humanities. One to nine credit hours. As
     and motivational interviewing approaches in individual counseling.              announced. (May be repeated for credit with consent of instructor
HS	 206	 ‑	 Alcohol	 &	 Drug	 Abuse	 Counseling:	 Families	 &	 Groups.	              and administrative approval.)
    Three credit hours. This course emphasizes the techniques and skills
    required for counseling with families and groups, including systems            (HVaC) Heating, Ventilation, air Conditioning,
    theory, family intervention, employee assistance practice, and group           Refrigeration technology
    processes.
                                                                                  HVAC	101	‑	Introduction	to	Air	Conditioning	and	Refrigeration.	Four	credit	
HS 207 - Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counseling: Special Populations. Three                 hours. Introduction to the development of ventilation, air conditioning
   credit hours. This course emphasizes the techniques and skills required           and refrigeration systems and their applications.
   for counseling with special populations including women, minorities,
   youth, and persons with co-occurring physical and mental disabilities          HVAC	201	‑	Refrigeration	Cycle	and	Diagrams.	Four	credit	hours.	Topics	
   and disorders.                                                                    include vapor compression, superheat, sub-cooling, refrigeration
                                                                                     systems components, temperature/enthalpy diagrams, refrigeration
HS 210 - Human Sexual Deviant Behavior and Abuse. Three credit hours.                storage systems, and metering devices.
   Course considers aberrant sexual behaviors, sexual ethics and legal
   issues, gender role and gender identity perspectives, victim and               HVAC	 203	 ‑	 HVAC	 Heating	 Systems.	 Four	 credit	 hours.	 The	 student	 will	
   offender, impairment therapies and current STI/AIDS research. The                 become proficient in identifying the various heating systems and their
   subject matter and forthright discussion in this course may not be                components. They will explain the sequence of operation of each
   suitable for all students. Prerequisites: PSY 210 or HS 182 or NURS               system and troubleshoot heating specific problems. Prerequisite:
   121 or SOC 215.                                                                   HVAC 101

HS 168/268 - Workshop in Human Services. One to nine credit hours.                HVAC	 212	 ‑	 Heat	 Pumps.	 Four	 credit	 hours.	 The	 student	 will	 be	 able	 to	
   As announced. (Repeatable for credit.)                                            identify components of the heat pump and explain the sequence of
                                                                                     operation. They will learn to troubleshoot heat pump systems with the
HS 291 - Directed Studies. One to three credit hours. This course                    proper tools and equipment. Prerequisite: HVAC 203
   allows the student to investigate in depth some subject matter that
   is not covered in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-Roswell.               HVAC	 218	 ‑	 HVAC	 Service	 and	 Problem	 Analysis.	 Four	 credit	 hours.	
   Assignments must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of work per credit               The student will become proficient in troubleshooting the HVAC and
   hour in the form of a substantial research paper, study, or project.              refrigeration systems using a systematic approach. They will learn to
   Prerequisite: Completion of Directed Studies Request form; consent                use the correct tools and measuring devices to solve problems with
   of instructor and administrative approval. (Repeatable for credit.)               electrical and mechanical components. Prerequisite: HVAC 101

HS 292 - Introduction to Social Research. One to three credit hours.              HVAC	235	‑	Air	Flow	Principles/Duct	Design.	Four	credit	hours.	Students	
   The social context, structure of inquiry, ethical concepts and modes              will design and construct return and supply duct runs. Installation of
   of observation in research of social and cultural phenomena.                      grilles, and registers. Correct sizing of lines and construction of piping
   Prerequisites: Completion of HS 182; ENG 104; and STAT 213.                       systems.	Identify	CFM,	duct	size,	velocity,	and	friction	loss.	

HS 193/293 - Topics in Human Services. One to nine credit hours. As               HVAC 168/268 - Workshop in Heating, Air Conditioning, Refrigeration
   announced. (May be repeated for credit with consent of instructor                 Technology. One to nine credit hours. As announced. (May be
   and administrative approval.)                                                     repeated for credit with consent of instructor and administrative
                                                                                     approval.)
HS 294 - Practicum. Three credit hours. Supervised experience in Human
   Services Agency. A minimum of six (6) hours per week will be in direct         HVAC 193/293 - Special Topics in Heating, Air Conditioning, Refrigeration
   service or contact. One (1) hour per week supervision and critique                Technology. One to nine credit hours. As announced. (May be
   of activities. Prerequisite: HS 182.                                              repeated for credit with consent of instructor and administrative
                                                                                     approval.)
 (HUM) Humanities                                                                 HVAC 294 - Co-op/Internship Training. Three credit hours. Practical
                                                                                     applications in HVAC/R related industry/work environment. (May be
HUM 221 - Introduction to World Humanities. Three credit hours. Classical            repeated for a maximum of six credit hours.) Prerequisite: IET 218
   world traditions; African, Asian, European, and Native American,
   including their philosophies, arts, literature, and history in selected
   representative works.
                                                                                   (IEt) Industrial Engineering technology

HUM 222 - Introduction to Modern World Humanities. Modern world                   IET	 103	 ‑	 Industrial	 Maintenance	 Technology	 I	 w/lab.	 Four	 credit	
   cultures of Africa, Asia, Europe, and North and South America; their                hours. Combines lecture with hands-on instruction. Students receive
   philosophies, arts, literature, and history in selected representational            a comprehensive overview of maintenance/custodial functions,
   works.                                                                              workplace safety, basic electrical principles, and blueprint reading.
                                                                                       Course may be taken concurrently with IET 104.
HUM 168/268 - Workshop in Humanities. One to nine credit hours. As
   announced. (Repeatable for credit.)                                            IET	 104	 ‑	 Industrial	 Maintenance	 Technology	 II	 w/lab.	 Four	 credit	
                                                                                       hours. Combines lecture with hands-on instruction. Students receive a
HUM 291 - Directed Studies. One to three credit hours. This course                     comprehensive overview of technical drawing, carpentry, plumbing
   allows the student to investigate in depth some subject matter that                 and heating/cooling, refrigeration and ventilation. Students are
   is not covered in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-Roswell.                    expected to follow general workplace safety practices. A variety
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     of career choices are detailed for students. Course may be taken                      grinders, band saws, lathes, milling machines, and precision grinding
     concurrently with IET 103.                                                            procedures. Instruction also covers shop safety, machine construction,
                                                                                           repair and nomenclature, speeds and feeds, cutting tool physics, and
IET	 105	‑	Basic	Woodworking.	Three	credit	hours.	Functional	components	
                                                                                           abrasives. Prerequisite: IET 110 or WELD 110 or WELD 115.
     of the wood industries with emphasis on techniques of processes of
     machine woodworking including shop practices, design, workmanship,               IET 222 - Hobby Machinist. Three credit hours. Utilizing the machine shop
     and fabrication.                                                                     tools students can create projects by using the following operations:
                                                                                          turning, milling, shaping, grinding, sheet metal layout, and computer
IET	 106	‑	Residential	Construction	I.	Four	credit	hours.	Combines	lecture	
                                                                                          numerical control.
     and hands-on training designed to prepare entry-level workers for
     residential construction and repair. Topics may include framing,                 IET	 225	‑	Manufacturing	Automation	w/Lab.	Four	credit	hours.	Designed	
     drywall, concrete and form work, measurement, home interiors and                      to introduce students to manufacturing automation systems including
     exteriors.                                                                            the use of computer numerical controlled machines, robotics, CAD/
                                                                                           CAM with emphasis in operations management and scheduling.
IET	 107	‑	Basic	Plumbing.	Four	credit	hours.	Combines	lecture	and	hands‑
                                                                                           Teaches the components of the CNC system, system axis, points and
     on training designed to prepare entry-level workers as residential
                                                                                           coordinates, tool path, safety in CNC operation, and machine setup
     plumbers. Topics may include piping materials, installation, cleaning,
                                                                                           for program run. Prerequisites: IET 220; MATH 110.
     rejuvenation, and basic codes.
                                                                                      IET	 230	 ‑	 Materials	 Science	 with	 Lab.	 Four	 credit	 hours.	 Studies	 in	 the	
IET	 108	 ‑	 Residential	 Construction	 II.	 Four	 credit	 hours.	 A	 continuation	
                                                                                           fundamentals that govern the behavior of metallic material and plastics,
     of IET 106. Course is designed to provide more in-depth instruction
                                                                                           including composition and types of materials, uses of alloys and the
     in the areas of home building and design. Prerequisite: IET 106 or
                                                                                           effects of heating and cooling on molecular structures and strength.
     consent of instructor.
                                                                                           Instruction is also given on heat treating, quenching, annealing,
IET	 110	‑	Manufacturing	Techniques	with	Lab.	Four	credit	hours.	Designed	                 normalizing, case hardening, tempering, and the crystallization of
     for students seeking a comprehensive introduction to various methods                  metals. Prerequisites: IET 110 or equivalent work experience.
     for processing metallic, polymeric, and ceramic materials. Covers the
                                                                                      IET 245 - Industrial Supervision. Three credit hours. The study applying
     basic principles of material selection, corrosion, the environmental
                                                                                          principles of management to organizational concepts, motivation,
     effects, the metallurgical aspects, the eight forms of corrosion and the
                                                                                          and styles of supervisory management. The course topics will include
     generally accepted methods of prevention. Organized around the
                                                                                          work teams, total quality management, cultural diversity, and sexual
     major families of process: casting and molding, forming, separating,
                                                                                          harassment.
     conditioning, assembling, and finishing.
                                                                                      IET 168/268 - Workshop in Industrial Engineering Technology. One to
IET	 115	 ‑	 Graphical	 Communication	 and	 Design	 I	 w/Lab.	 Four	 credit	
                                                                                          nine credit hours. As announced. (Repeatable for credit.)
     hours. The study of microcomputer and computer graphics software
     that meet the special needs of industry, which includes software and             IET 291 - Directed Studies. One to three credit hours. This course
     hardware used to produce and prepare reports, newsletters, business                  allows the student to investigate in depth some subject matter that
     cards, presentations, and technical manuals for industrial use.                      is not covered in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-Roswell.
                                                                                          Assignments must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of work per credit
IET	 121	‑	Facilities	Planning.	Three	credit	hours.	Studies	the	fundamental	
                                                                                          hour in the form of a substantial research paper, study, or project.
     principles, methods, and techniques for analyzing existing and
                                                                                          Prerequisite: Completion of Directed Studies Request form; consent
     proposed plant facilities.
                                                                                          of instructor and administrative approval. (Repeatable for credit.)
IET 135 - Quality Assurance. Three credit hours. Designed to introduce
                                                                                      IET 193/293 - Topics in Industrial Engineering Technology. One to nine
    the student to the importance of quality in products and service. This
                                                                                          credit hours. As announced. (May be repeated for credit with consent
    course focuses on defining terms, explaining concepts, providing
                                                                                          of instructor and administrative approval.)
    historical background, introducing quantitative techniques, control
    charts, reliability, quality cost, and product liability. Practical               IET 294 - Co-op/Internship Training. One to three credit hours. Practical
    and realistic examples will be stressed throughout. The universal                     applications in an industrial/work environment. (May be repeated for
    application of proper quality control and assurance techniques will                   a maximum of six credit hours.)
    be demonstrated in relation to management responsibility. Total quality
    management will be the focal point for this study.                                 (Ital) Italian
IET 155 - Commercial Driver Licence Preparation. Three credit hours.                  ITAL	101	‑	Beginning	Italian.	Four	credit	hours.		Development	of	speaking,	
     Designed to familiarize students with CDL manuals, pre-trip inspection                reading, and writing skills and introduction to linguistic structures in
     and forms, safety, licensure requirements, and testing strategies. Non-               a cultural context.
     driving course.
                                                                                      ITAL	 102	‑	Continuation	of	Beginning	Italian.		Four	credit	hours.		Second	
IET 205 - Advanced Woodworking. Three credit hours. Advanced                                semester of Beginning Italian. Prerequisite ITAL 101 or equivalent
    woodworking tool operations with emphasis on design, workmanship,                       with instructor approval.
    and wood finishing. Prerequisite: IET 105 or consent of instructor.               ITAL 168/268 - Workshop in Italian. One to nine credit hours. As
IET	 215	 ‑	 Graphical	 Communication	 and	 Design	 II	 w/Lab.	 Four	 credit	               announced. (Repeatable for credit.)
     hours. Use of microcomputers, software, and hardware to produce                  ITAL 291 - Directed Studies. One to three credit hours. This course allows the
     financial reports, newsletters, manuals, periodicals, and book                        student to investigate in depth some subject matter that is not covered
     illustrations, OCR, scanners, plotters, and file exchange techniques.                 in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-Roswell. Assignments
     Prerequisite: IET 115.                                                                must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of work per credit hour in the
IET	 220	‑	Machine	Tool	Technology	w/Lab.	Four	credit	hours.	Provides	                     form of a substantial research paper, study, or project. Prerequisite:
     training and experience in the operation of drill presses, pedestal                   Completion of Directed Studies Request form; consent of instructor
                                                                                           and administrative approval. (Repeatable for credit.)
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                                                                                         the structure and physical characteristics of 3D animated objects.
ITAL 193/293 - Topics in Italian. One to nine credit hours. As announced.                Prerequisite or corequisite: MA 134.
     (May be repeated for credit with consent of instructor and
     administrative approval.)                                                      MA	 234	‑	Advanced	Animation.	Four	credit	hours.	The	course	continues	the	
                                                                                        development of animation skills with emphasis on the visual integration
                                                                                        of plot and theme. Prerequisite or corequisite: MA 134.
 (Ma) Media arts
                                                                                    MA	252	‑	Film	Technology:	Production.	Nine	credit	hours.	This	course	will	
Online Graphics Design courses require that students purchase the
                                                                                       focus on production management and postproduction. Prerequisite:
appropriate software.
                                                                                       MA 150 or prior experience in film technology.
MA 103 - Introduction to MAC Office Suite. Three credit hours. This course          MA	254	‑	Film	Technology:	Set	Services.	Nine	credit	hours.	This	course	will	
    will introduce the student to computer terminology, concepts, and                  focus on set service trades. Prerequisite: MA 150 or prior experience
    applications to focus on Microsoft Office Suite and their integration.             in film technology.
MA	110	‑	Graphic	Design:	Basics.	Four	credit	hours.	Introduces	principles	          MA	 256	 ‑	 Film	 Technology:	 Camera/Sound/Art.	 Nine	 credit	 hours.	 This	
    of good design for visual communication. Terminology, history, and                  course will focus on camera, sound, and art trades. Prerequisite: MA
    processes in computer generated print media are covered.                            150 or prior experience in film technology.
MA	 112	 ‑	 Graphic	 Design:	 Photoshop.	 Four	 credit	 hours.	 Students	 will	     MA 168/268 - Workshop in Media Arts. One to nine credit hours. As
    explore digital imaging techniques through the use of the photo                    announced. (Repeatable for credit.)
    manipulation software Adobe Photoshop.                                          MA	284	‑	Film	Technology:	Specialized	Training.	Nine	credit	hours.	Third	
MA	114	‑	Graphic	Design:	Computer	Illustration.	Four	credit	hours.	Digital	            and final course of three course sequence. Prerequisite: MA 150 and
    manipulation of images using Bezier curves, points and paths, color                MA 252, 254, or 256.
    blends and fills, and non-linear text.                                          MA 291 - Directed Studies. One to nine credit hours. This course allows
MA	116	‑	Graphic	Design:	Page	Layout.	Four	credit	hours.	Introduces	the	               students to investigate in depth some subject matter that is not covered
   concepts used in electronic page composition for advertising and                    in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-Roswell. Assignments
   publishing.                                                                         must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of work per credit hour in the
                                                                                       form of a substantial research paper, study, or project. Prerequisite:
MA		118	 ‑	 Graphic	 Design:	 Digital	 Video	 Editing	 I.	 Four	 credit	 hours.	
                                                                                       Completion	 of	 Directed	 Studies	 Request	 Form;	 consent	 of	 instructor	
    Introduces the concepts used in digital video communication, including
                                                                                       and administrative approval. (Repeatable for credit.)
    video capture, editing, and playback.
                                                                                    MA 193/293 - Topics in Media Arts. One to nine credit hours. As
MA	 130	 ‑	 3‑D	 Animation	 Basics.	 Four	 credit	 hours.	 The	 course	 covers	
                                                                                       announced. (Repeatable for credit with consent of instructor and
    basic concepts of 3D animation design. Concepts and techniques of
                                                                                       administrative approval.)
    modeling, texture, rendering, and animating are introduced.
                                                                                    MA 294 - Practicum in Media Arts. Three credit hours. Supervised
MA	132	‑	Animation	Modeling.	Four	credit	hours.	The	course	covers	the	
                                                                                       experience in Media Arts. A minimum of six hours per week for 16
   basic concepts of 3D modeling, concepts and techniques of form
                                                                                       weeks will be in direct service contact. One hour per week.
   development using polygons and nerves. Prerequisite or corequisite:
   MA 130.                                                                          MA 295 - Portfolio. One credit hour. Develop and evaluate individual
                                                                                       portfolios.
MA	134	‑	Intermediate	Animation.	Four	credit	hours.	The	course	continues	
   the development of concepts and techniques of animation design
   to achieve believable and natural animations. Techniques explored                 (MatH) Mathematics
   include ik (inverse kinematics), fk (forward kinematics), bones,                 Note: Some math courses require prerequisites that can be fulfilled
   morphing, and key framing. Prerequisite or corequisite: MA 132.                      with satisfactory ACT/SAT scores. These minimum scores may
MA	150	‑	Introduction	to	Film	Technology.	Nine	credit	hours.	First	of	three	            be satisfied in the following ways:
   course sequence. Introduction to film technology trades.
                                                                                    For	 courses	 with	 Math	 101	 as	 a	 prerequisite,	 satisfactory	 scores	 are	
MA	212	‑	Graphic	Design:	Web	Publishing.	Four	credit	hours.	Introduces	                   defined as:
   the concepts used in design, development, and publishing.                              1. ACT math score of 19 or higher OR
MA	 214	 ‑	 Graphic	 Design:	 Publication.	 Four	 credit	 hours.	 Introduces	             2. SAT math score of 470 or higher.
    the concepts used in typography, layout, production, and printing               For	 courses	 with	 Math	 107	 as	 a	 prerequisite,	 satisfactory	 scores	 are	
    of magazines, newsletters, annual reports, direct mail advertising,                   defined as:
    and brochures. Prerequisite: MA 112 and MA 116, or consent of                         1. ACT math score of 24 or higher OR
    instructor.                                                                           2. ACT math score of 22 or 23 AND an algebra/geometry subscore
                                                                                          of 9 OR
MA	 218	 ‑	 Graphic	 Design:	 Digital	 Video	 Editing	 II.	 Four	 credit	 hours.	
                                                                                          3. SAT math of 530 or higher.
    Introduces the concepts used in digital video communication, including
                                                                                    For	courses	with	MATH	119	as	a	prerequisite,	students	with	an	ACT	math	
    video capture, editing, and playback. Prerequisite: MA 118.
                                                                                          score of 26 or higher or with a SAT math score of 600 or higher
MA	 222	 ‑	 Graphic	 Design:	 Concept	 Development.	 Four	 credit	 hours.	                are encouraged to meet with a Math Department Instructor to assure
    Development of presentation techniques, orally and visually, of                       appropriate placement in math courses.
    multiple conceptual solutions for a variety of projects. Analysis of the        Students must attain required levels on the math portion of the University
    evaluation process for design concepts. Development of individual                     Skills Placement Test or ACT or successfully complete MATH 101
    artistic identity. Prerequisite: MA 110 or consent of instructor.                     (Basic Algebra) before they may enroll in any college mathematics
                                                                                          class. No student will be awarded a certificate of completion or an
MA	 232	 ‑	 Animation	 Dynamics.	 Four	 credit	 hours.	 The	 course	 covers	
                                                                                          associate degree without achieving the required level of university
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    skills in mathematics.                                                            Prerequisite: MATH 132 or consent of instructor.
Students planning to pursue a bachelor’s degree in a scientific field should
                                                                                 MATH 261 - Mathematical Concepts I. Three credit hours. The fundamental
    choose their beginning courses from those marked with an asterisk
                                                                                    operations and an intuitive development of whole numbers, integers,
    (*).
                                                                                    and rational numbers; elementary number theory; introduction to
MATH 100 - Basic Mathematics Skills. Three credit hours. Developmental              problem solving strategies; introduction to functions and modeling.
   course designed for students who need a comprehensive review of
                                                                                 MATH 262 - Mathematical Concepts II. Three credit hours. Development of
   arithmetic, including the study of whole numbers, fractions, decimals,
                                                                                    rational numbers, real numbers, functions of various degrees, statistics
   ratio and proportions, basic percent, basic measurement, powers,
                                                                                    and probability. A continued emphasis on building problem solving
   signed numbers, and simple equations. Credit not applicable toward
                                                                                    ability. Prerequisite: MATH 261.
   degree requirements. Corequisite: MATH 100L.
                                                                                 MATH 168/268 - Workshop in Mathematics. One to nine credit hours. As
MATH 100L - Basic Mathematics Skills Lab. One credit hour. This lab offers
                                                                                    announced. (Repeatable for credit.)
   self-paced computer-assisted instruction designed to reinforce the
   mathematical skills developed in MATH 100. Credit not applicable              MATH 291 - Directed Studies. One to three credit hours. This course
   toward degree requirements. Corequisite: MATH 100.                               allows the student to investigate in depth some subject matter that
                                                                                    is not covered in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-Roswell.
MATH 101 - Basic Algebra. Three credit hours. Brief review of fractions,
                                                                                    Assignments must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of work per credit
   decimals, and percents, operations in algebra, first-degree equations
                                                                                    hour in the form of a substantial research paper, study, or project.
   and inequalities, rational expressions, exponents, polynomials,
                                                                                    Prerequisite: Completion of Directed Studies Request form; consent of
   factoring. Credit not applicable to degree requirements. Prerequisite:
                                                                                    instructor and administrative approval. (Repeatable for credit.)
   Placement test or ACT scores, or MATH100 and 100L with a grade
   of “C” or better. Prerequisite/Corequisite: UNIV 101 or 102.                  MATH 193/293 - Topics in Mathematics. One to nine credit hours. As
                                                                                    announced. (May be repeated for credit with consent of instructor
MATH 105 - Technical Math. Three credit hours. Technical math reviews
                                                                                    and administrative approval.)
   fundamental operations, measurements and conversions. Included
   are basic algebraic expressions, equations, formulas, geometry and             (MDst) Medical assisting
   trigonomic concepts. Prerequisites: Satisfactory ACT score or MATH
   101 with a grade of “C” or better.                                            MDST 102 - Medical Terminology. Three credit hours. The study of the
                                                                                    pronunciation, spelling, and definition of medical terms; building medical
MATH 107 - Intermediate Algebra. Three credit hours. Linear equations,
                                                                                    terms from prefixes, suffixes, word roots, and combining forms, and use
   inequalities, systems of equations, polynomials and factoring,
                                                                                    of appropriate abbreviations and symbols.
   quadratic equations, rational expressions, and graphing. Prerequisite:
   Satisfactory ACT score or MATH 101 with a grade of “C” or                     MDST 103 - Anatomy and Physiology for Allied Health. Three credit
   better.                                                                          hours. An introduction to the body systems and concepts of human
                                                                                    physiology.
MATH 113 - Mathematical Discovery. Three credit hours. Appreciation for
   the beauty and extent of mathematics; logical reasoning and problem           MDST 104 - Administrative Medical Assisting I. Two credit hours.
   solving strategies. Topics chosen from: set theory, logic, algebra,              Introduction to administrative medical assisting including telephone
   geometry, recreational math, number theory, graph theory, matrix                 techniques, appointment scheduling, maintaining accurate medical
   algebra. Prerequisite: Satisfactory ACT score or MATH 107 with a                 records, handling mail, written communications, daily accounting
   grade of “C” or better.                                                          techniques, billing, collections, basics of transcription, and receptionist
                                                                                    skills. Corequisite: MDST 104L. Prerequisite/Corequisite: CAS 101
MATH 119 (MATH 1113) - College Algebra. Three credit hours.
                                                                                    or CAS 151.
   Equations and inequalities, functions and their graphs; exponential
   and logarithmic functions, polynomial functions, complex numbers,             MDST 104L - Administrative Medical Assisting I Lab. One credit hour.
   graphs of rational functions, solving several linear equations in several        Three hours lab weekly. Corequisite: MDST 104.
   unknowns, slope as rate of change. Prerequisite: Satisfactory ACT             MDST 105 - Clinical Medical Assisting I. Two credit hours. Study of
   score or MATH 107 with a grade of “C” or better.                                 emergencies in the medical office, first aid procedures, equipping
MATH 120 (MATH 1213) - Plane Trigonometry. Three credit hours.                      an office for emergencies, and emergency preparedness in the
   Trigonometric functions; logarithms; complex numbers. Prerequisite:              community. Course also includes infection control, medical asepsis,
   Satisfactory ACT score or MATH 107 with a grade of “C” or                        sterilization, documentation, and vital signs.
   better.                                                                       MDST 106 - Professional Development. Two credit hours. Introduction
MATH	124	(MATH	1614)		‑		Calculus	I.	Four	credit	hours.	Limits,	derivatives,	       to fundamental concepts of medical law and ethics as it relates to
   the mean value theorem, curve sketching, max-min problems, Newton’s              medical and dental offices, laboratories, hospitals, and pharmacies.
   Method, exponential and logarithmic functions, anti-derivatives, the             Professionalism, confidentiality, and cultural diversity will be studied
   definite integral, the fundamental theorem of calculus, area, average            as well as entry into professional employment, resume writing, and
   of a function. Prerequisites: Satisfactory ACT score or MATH 119 and             job interviewing.
   MATH 120 both with a grade of “C” or better.                                  MDST 107 - Clinical Medical Assisting II. Two credit hours. Development
MATH	132	(MATH	1624)	‑	Calculus	II*.		Four	credit	hours.	Volume,	work,	             of techniques basic to clinical medical assisting including preparing
   inverse functions, inverse trig functions, l’Hopital’s rule, techniques of       patients, assisting with physical exams and specialty exams, as well
   integration, improper integrals, arc length, moments and centers of              as office surgeries. This course also includes administering injections,
   mass, sequences and series. Prerequisites: MATH 124                              rehabilitative modalities, diagnostic imaging, ECGs, and a review
                                                                                    of drug calculations and vital signs. Prerequisite: MDST 105.
MATH	 202	 (MATH	 2614)	 ‑	 Calculus	 III*.	 Four	 credit	 hours.	 Parametric	
                                                                                    Corequisite: MDST 107L.
   equations, polar coordinates, three-dimensional geometry and
   vectors, partial derivatives, multiple integrals, vector calculus.            MDST 107L - Clinical Medical Assisting II Lab. One credit hour. Three
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     hours lab weekly. Corequisite: MDST 107.                                           clean claims, as well as handle denials.
MDST	108	‑	Pharmacology	for		Allied	Health.	Two	credit	hours.	Focuses	
                                                                                   MDST 122 - Medical Transcription. Three credit hours. A hands-on
   on classification of drugs, principles of drug administration, diseases
                                                                                      introduction to converting the spoken word into written documents.
   treated with specific drugs, side effects and adverse reactions, drug
                                                                                      Prerequisites: CAS 151, MDST 102, and MDST 103.
   overdose, and computation of drug doses including review of basic
   math.
                                                                                   MDST 201 - Health and Nutrition. Two credit hours. Concepts of physical,
MDST 109 - Administrative Medical Assisting II. Three credit hours.                   mental, and social health. Overview of health issues. Basics of nutrition
   Advanced administrative skills will include an introduction to insurance           including metabolism, digestion, vitamins, and nutrients.
   companies, Medicare, Medicaid, worker’s compensation claims, and
                                                                                   MDST 203 - Medical Office Management. Three credit hours. Specific
   managed care. Preparing insurance claims including CPT coding and
                                                                                      application of management techniques to the medical office or
   ICD-9 coding basics, rejection of claims and processing of insurance
                                                                                      health care facility. Importance of professional environment, facility
   payments also are covered. Prerequisites: MDST 104.
                                                                                      and equipment maintenance, personnel administration, management
MDST 110 - Seminar. One credit hour. Provides the student with opportunity            styles, tax requirements and regulations, payroll, and bookkeeping.
   to organize and assimilate knowledge gained from Externship.                       Communication and organization skills are included. Prerequisite:
   Weekly review and discussion. Corequisite: MDST 111L. Prerequisite:                MDST 104 and MDST 109 or permission of Program Director.
   Permission of Program Director.
                                                                                   MDST 204L - Advanced Clinical Skills. Three credit hours.
MDST	 111L	 ‑	 Medical	 Assisting	 Practicum.	 Five	 credit	 hours.	 Supervised	      Introduction of procedures unique to various medical specialties,
   directed practice in a physician’s office, clinic, or other approved site.         including pediatrics, surgery, endocrinology, ophthalmology,
   This supervised experience enables the student to develop insight,                 gastroenterology, proctology, urology, cardiology, neurology,
   understanding, and skill in medical assisting. Corequisite: MDST 110               orthopedics, dermatology, radiology, otolaryngology, gynecology,
   Prerequisite: Permission of Program Director.                                      and obstetrics. Prerequisite: MDST 110 & 111L.
MDST 112 - Certification Examination Review. One credit hour. Designed             MDST 205 - Practice Management and EHR. Three credit hours.
   to review medical assistants to prepare them to sit for the Certified              Introduction to medical software and EHR/electronic health records.
   Medical Assistant Examination. Topics include anatomy and                          Course will include entering new patient information, appointment
   physiology, medical terminology, human relations, medical law                      scheduling, insurance and payment processing, aging accounts,
   and ethics, administrative and clinical aspects of the medical office.             billing and monthly reports. Course also includes entering patient
   Prerequisite: MDST 111L.                                                           histories, chief complaints, lab results, immunications, diagnoses,
MDST 113 - Medical Technology. Two credit hours. Development of                       and procedures as well as updating progress notes and adding
   techniques basic to all waivered tests done in a medical office                    communication. Prerequisites/Corequisite: MDST 109 or MDST 121
   laboratory. Review of safety in the laboratory, quality assurance,              MDST 206 - Pathophysiology for EHR. Three credit hours. Introduction
   quality control, record keeping, phlebotomy, urinalysis, hematology,               to diseases of the human body. Includes infectious and congenital
   blood chemistry, and microbiology. Corequisite: MDST 113L.                         diseases, neoplasms, as well as diseases of each specific body system.
MDST 113L - Medical Technology Lab. One credit hour. Three hours lab               MDST 207 - Advanced Medical Software. Three credit hours. Provides
   weekly. Corequisite: MDST 113.                                                     advanced skills in medical office software. Course will include
                                                                                      advanced payment and procedure entries, secondary insurance
MDST 116 - Administrative Skills for Working Medical Assistants. Three                and insurance resubmission process, researching information, aging
   credit hours. A review of administrative duties for experienced                    analysis, and adding new physicians to the system. This course
   medical assistants which includes telephone techniques, appointment                prepares the medical assistant to do physician office/practice
   scheduling, maintaining patient records, and written communications.               management. Prerequisites: MDST 104, MDST 104L, MDST 109,
   This course will substitute for MDST 104 and 104L for the experienced              and MDST 205 or permission of Program Director.
   medical assistant.
                                                                                   MDST 209 - Moderately Complex Lab. Three credit hours. Provides medical
MDST 118 - Current Issues for Allied Health. Two credit hours. This course            assisting students with a particular interest in working in a medical
   covers current issues in the medical field that relate to allied health            office lab with additional skills of performing lab tests classified by
   professions. Specific issues include grief and loss, addiction, patient            CLIA as moderately complex. Prerequisites: MDST 113 and MDST
   teaching and health related issues of abuse and discrimination.                    113L.
MDST 119 - Diagnostic Coding. Three credit hours. Provides the student             MDST 210 - Complementary and Alternative Therapies. Two credit hours.
   with a comprehensive approach to learning and mastering ICD-9-CM                   Discusses the rise in popularity of complementary and alternative
   coding. The course focuses on fundamentals of ICD-9-CM as well as                  healing modalities and the nature of integrated health care. It
   the ICD-9-CM coding guidelines. Students receive hands-on practice in              examines the theory and practice of the most common therapies
   diagnostic coding. Course also includes HCPCS and ICD-10 coding                    including acupuncture, herbal medicine, massage, mind-body
   for medical offices and hospitals.                                                 therapies, and Traditional Chinese Medicine. By becoming familiar
MDST 120 - Procedural Coding. Three credit hours. Provides the student                with the various methods, the health care professional will gain a better
   with an overview of CPT coding and coding guidelines for medical                   understanding of common therapies used by patients.
   practices. The course concentrates on specialties and levels of coding          MDST 211 - Advanced Professional Development. One credit hour.
   as well as linking the correct codes for reimbursement.                            Discusses the importance of professional organizations, certification,
MDST 121 - Health Insurance Claims Processing. Three credit hours.                    continuing education, and networking. Interviewing techniques,
   Provides an overview of insurance companies including Medicare,                    professional image, and public speaking are reviewed. This course
   Medicaid, Tricare, Worker’s Compensation, traditional fee-for-service,             is taken in the final semester of the Medical Assisting Program to
   and managed care. Students will learn how to prepare and submit                    prepare the graduate for the work force. Prerequisites: MDST 110,
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     110L, 201, 203.                                                                       management of personnel including employee selection, development,
                                                                                           motivation, evaluation and remuneration.
MDST	 219	 ‑	 Issues	 in	 Family	 Violence.	 	 Three	 credit	 hours.	 	 The	 study	
   of family violence is a complex, multifaceted experience. By its                   MGT 201 (MGMT 2113) - Principles of Management. Three credit hours.
   very nature, family violence involves physicians, medical assistants,                 Includes analysis of organization and systems for coordinating use
   nurses, counselors, social workers, educators, and law enforcement                    of resources. Historical perspectives as well as classic management
   officials. This course is designed to help these professionals become                 function analysis. Prerequisite: BUS 151.
   more aware of the extent of family violence in our society as well as
                                                                                      MGT	239	‑	Small	Business	Management.	Three	credit	hours.	Fundamentals	
   recognize signs and symptoms. The course covers child abuse, elder
                                                                                         of starting and operating a small business. Location, financing,
   abuse, spousal abuse, incest, rape, and stalking. It also deals with
                                                                                         organization, sales promotion, and their relationship to a successful
   reporting laws and victims rights.
                                                                                         business.
MDST 220 - Medical Records Coding. Three credit hours. Adequate
                                                                                      MGT 168/268 - Workshop in Management. One to nine credit hours. As
   training is key to developing a proficient medical records coding staff
                                                                                         announced. (Repeatable for credit.)
   and ensuring proper reimbursement from payers. This course provides
   hands-on practice at coding for hospitals. As well as inpatient coding,            MGT 291 - Directed Studies. One to three credit hours. This course
   the class covers emergency room and outpatient surgery coding and                     allows the student to investigate in depth some subject matter that
   DRGs and APCs.                                                                        is not covered in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-Roswell.
                                                                                         Assignments must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of work per credit
MDST 221 - Coding Certification Review. Two credit hours. Designed to
                                                                                         hour in the form of a substantial research paper, study, or project.
   review medical coders to sit for either of two available certification
                                                                                         Prerequisite: Completion of Directed Studies Request form; consent of
   exams. The course includes a review of ICD-9 and CPT codes,
                                                                                         instructor and administrative approval. (Repeatable for credit.)
   conventions, and coding guidelines.
                                                                                      MGT 193/293 - Topics in Management. One to nine credit hours. As
MDST 222 - Cultural Diversity in Health Care. Three credit hours. Culture
                                                                                         announced. (May be repeated for credit with consent of instructor
   has a powerful influence on one’s interpretation of and response
                                                                                         and administrative approval.)
   to health care. It is essential that health care professionals become
   aware and learn to value patient diversity. In doing so, health care
   professionals will enhance delivery and effectiveness of patient care.              (MKt) Marketing
   This course offers students an opportunity to better understand the                MKT	 201	 (MKTG	 2113)	 ‑	 Principles	 of	 Marketing.	 Three	 credit	 hours.	
   influence culture plays on our society.                                               Functions,	 organizations,	 and	 methods	 involved	 in	 marketing	
MDST 225 - Healthcare Human Resource Management. Three credit hours.                     agricultural and manufactured products; marketing problems; policies;
   Overview of theory and practice of human resource management in                       and trends. Prerequisite: BUS 151.
   healthcare settings. Covers job design and analysis, legal issues, safety,         MKT	 168/268	 ‑	 Workshop	 in	 Marketing.	 One	 to	 nine	 credit	 hours.	 As	
   training, employee relations, healthcare compensation practices,                      announced. (Repeatable for credit.)
   recruitment, and the challenges facing healthcare management
   today. Includes relevant applications for the Joint Commission on                  MKT	 291	 ‑	 Directed	 Studies.	 	 One	 to	 three	 credit	 hours.	 	 This	 course	
   Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO).                                    allows the student to investigate in depth some subject matter that
                                                                                         is not covered in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-Roswell.
MDST 226 - Coding Practicum. Two credit hours. Supervised directed                       Assignments must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of work per credit
   practice in a physician’s office, hospital coding department, or other                hour in the form of a substantial research paper, study, or project.
   approved site. This course enables the student to gain skills and                     Prerequisite: Completion of Directed Studies Request form; consent of
   experience in coding. Prerequisites: MDST 119 and MDST 120.                           instructor and administrative approval. (Repeatable for credit.)
MDST/NURS/PSY 262 - Thanatology. Three credit hours. Examines the bio-                MKT	 193/293	 ‑	 Topics	 in	 Marketing.	 One	 to	 nine	 credit	 hours.	 As	
   psycho-social-spiritual implications of death and dying. The discussion               announced. (May be repeated for credit with consent of instructor
   format of the course necessitates individual preparation prior to class               and administrative approval.)
   and interaction with the group during class. Open to all nursing and
   non-nursing persons with an interest in thanatology.
                                                                                       (MUs) Music
MDST 168/268 - Workshop in Medical Assisting. One to nine credit hours.
                                                                                      MUS	 101	 (MUSI	 1213)	 ‑	 Music	 Reading.	 Three	 credit	 hours.	 For	 non‑
   As announced. (Repeatable for credit.)
                                                                                         music majors. Notation, note values, meters, scales, key signatures,
MDST 291 - Directed Studies. One to three credit hours. This course                      intervals, and chords. Exercises in music reading and aural perception.
   allows the student to investigate in depth some subject matter that                   Recommended for elementary classroom teachers and for others
   is not covered in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-Roswell.                      wishing to develop skills in reading music. Also a basic course for
   Assignments must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of work per credit                   music majors deficient in musical background.
   hour in the form of a substantial research paper, study, or project.
                                                                                      MUS	107	‑	Beginning	Piano	for	Adults	I.	Two	credit	hours.	For	non‑music	
   Prerequisite: Completion of Directed Studies Request form; consent of
                                                                                         majors. Designed to provide the adult beginner with elementary
   instructor and administrative approval. (Repeatable for credit.)
                                                                                         piano skills. Includes reading music notation, recognition of keyboard
MDST 193/293 - Topics in Medical Assisting. One to nine credit hours.                    patterns, keys, and chords; development of technique sufficient to
   As announced. (May be repeated for credit with consent of instructor                  play easy pieces.
   and administrative approval.)
                                                                                      MUS	108	‑	Beginning	Piano	for	Adults	II.	Two	credit	hours.	For	non‑majors.	
                                                                                         A continuation of MUS 107. Prerequisite: MUS 107 or consent of
 (Mgt) Management                                                                        instructor.
MGT 110 - Human Resource Management. Three credit hours. Addresses                    MUS	 113	 (MUSI	 1113)	 ‑	 Music	 Appreciation.	 Three	 credit	 hours.	 For	
   contemporary processes and practices related to organization and
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     non-music majors. Attempts to answer the question “What is music?”              Includes an introduction to homemaker and home health aid skills,
     by acquainting students with knowledge and appreciation of music                review of situations associated with homemaker and home health aid
     from several cultures and times. Includes contact with music through            employment, review of common issues in home care, and completion
     discussion, guest artists, and recorded music. No required previous             of competencies required in these areas of heath care.
     music training.
                                                                                NA 115 Homemaker/Home Health Aid Practicum. Three credit hours.
MUS	114	‑	Fundamentals	of	Voice.	One	credit	hour.	Laboratory	experiences	          Application of homemaker and home health aide skills and completion
   to help solve vocal problems and develop singing potential through              of required competencies in the laboratory and home health health
   group methods with emphasis on development of breathing,                        setting. Corequisite: NA 114.
   phonation, articulation, and expression. (May be repeated for a
                                                                                NA 168/268 - Workshop in Nursing Assisting. One to nine credit hours.
   maximum of 4 credits.)
                                                                                   As announced. (Repeatable for credit.)
MUS 125 (MUSI 1313) - Music History. Three credit hours. Music History
                                                                                NA 291 - Directed Studies. One to three credit hours. This course
   explores the development of musical forms, performance venues, and
                                                                                   allows the student to investigate in depth some subject matter that
   instruments throughout history.
                                                                                   is not covered in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-Roswell.
MUS 131 - Mariachi I. Three credit hours. Introduction to Mariachi music           Assignments must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of work per credit
   and instruments.                                                                hour in the form of a substantial research paper, study, or project.
                                                                                   Prerequisite: Completion of Directed Studies Request form; consent
MUS 132 - Mariachi II. Three credit hours. Continuation of MUS 131.
                                                                                   of instructor and administrative approval. (Repeatable for credit.)
   Prerequisite: MUS 131.
                                                                                NA 193/293 - Topics in Nursing Assisting. One to nine credit hours. As
MUS 133 - Mariachi III. Three credit hours. Continuation of MUS 132.
                                                                                   announced. (May be repeated for credit with consent of instructor
   Prerequisite: MUS 132
                                                                                   and administrative approval.
MUS 134 - Mariachi Performance. Three credit hours. Continuation of
   MUS 133. Prerequisite: MUS 133.                                               (NURs) Nursing
MUS 262 - Community Band. Two credit hours. This course is designed             NURS	110	‑	Medical‑Surgical	Nursing	I.	Four	credit	hours.	Includes	basic	
   to provide community members with practical experience in band                  nursing concepts related to health and to the care of adults with
   instrument performance.                                                         relatively	uncomplicated	medical‑surgical	conditions.	Foundations	for	
MUS 168/268 - Workshop in Music. One to nine credit hours. As                      this course include communication, the whole person, and the nursing
   announced. (Repeatable for credit.)                                             process as the critical thinking model. Prerequisite: Acceptance into
                                                                                   the level I nursing core courses. Corequisite: NURS 110L.
MUS 272 - Choral Performance. Three credit hours. This course is designed
   to provide students with the knowledge of and practical experience            NURS 110L - Medical-Surgical Nursing I Practicum. Three credit hours.
   in	 vocal	 production.	 Fundamentals	 of	 sound	 and	 expressive	 singing	      Facilitates	 application	 of	 the	 nursing	 process	 to	 the	 care	 of	 adults	
   individually and in a choral ensemble will be studied. Choral principles        with relatively uncomplicated medical-surgical conditions. The nursing
   will be applied in the performance of choral literature of varying              skills laboratory is used for demonstration, practice, and performance
   styles.                                                                         evaluation of basic nursing skills. Students will be in the nursing skills
                                                                                   laboratory for the first 2 weeks. The following 12 weeks will include
MUS 291 - Directed Studies. One to three credit hours. This course                 6 rotations (including Monday afternoon, Tuesday and Wednesday,
   allows the student to investigate in depth some subject matter that             and	Friday	morning)	in	the	clinical	settings	on	an	every	other	week	
   is not covered in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-Roswell.                schedule. The final clinical week will be used for nursing skills testing
   Assignments must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of work per credit             on a flexible schedule. Local health care and community agencies
   hour in the form of a substantial research paper, study, or project.            are	used	for	clinical	experiences.	Foundations	for	this	course	include	
   Prerequisite: Completion of Directed Studies Request form; consent of           communication, the whole person, and the nursing process as the
   instructor and administrative approval. (Repeatable for credit.)                critical thinking model. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the level I nursing
MUS 193/293 - Topics in Music. One to nine credit hours. As announced.             core courses. Corequisite: NURS 110.
   (May be repeated for credit with consent of instructor and                   NURS	 112	 ‑	 Medical‑Surgical	 Nursing	 II.	 Four	 credit	 hours.	 Includes	
   administrative approval.)                                                       concepts related to health and to nursing in the care of adults with
                                                                                   increasingly	complex	medical‑surgical	conditions.	Foundations	for	this	
 (Na) Nursing assisting                                                            course include communication, the whole person, and the nursing
                                                                                   process as the critical thinking model. Prerequisites: NURS 110 and
NA 111 - Nursing Assisting. Two credit hours. Includes fundamentals of
                                                                                   NURS 110L. Corequisite: NURS 112L.
   patient care, technical procedures, and ethics. Prepares the student
   to perform in the hospital, nursing home, or home care setting.              NURS 112L - Medical-Surgical Nursing II Practicum. Three credit hours.
   Corequisite: NA 111L.                                                           Facilitates	 application	 of	 the	 nursing	 process	 to	 the	 care	 of	 adults	
                                                                                   with increasing complex medical-surgical conditions. The nursing
NA 111L - Nursing Assisting Lab. Three credit hours. Practice, especially
                                                                                   skills laboratory is used for demonstration, practice, and evaluation
   in the hospital or nursing home setting, utilizing techniques learned in
                                                                                   of nursing skills. Students will be in the nursing skills laboratory for
   NA 111. Corequisite: NA 111.
                                                                                   the first 2 weeks. The following 12 weeks will include 6 rotations
NA 112 - Medical Terminology. One credit hour. Provides an overview                (including	Monday	afternoon,	Tuesday	and	Wednesday,	and	Friday	
    of medical terminology used in Nursing Assisting careers including             morning) in the clinical settings on an every other week schedule. The
    introduction to common prefixes and suffixes, review of word                   final clinical week will be used for simulation testing and nursing skills
    relationships to anatomy and physiology, and review of common                  testing on a flexible schedule. Local health and community agencies
    abbreviations.                                                                 are	used	for	clinical	experiences.	Foundations	for	this	course	include	
                                                                                   communication, the whole person, and the nursing process as the
NA 114 - Homemaker/Home Health Aid Training. Two credit hours.
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     critical thinking model. Prerequisites: NURS 110 and NURS 110L.                         women, child-bearing families, and newborns. The first two weeks of
     Corequisite: NURS 112.                                                                  the semester, the eighth week of the semester, and the last two weeks
NURS	 114	 ‑	 Basics	 of	 Nutrition.	 One	 credit	 hour.	 Focuses	 on	 the	 role	 of	        of the semester involve nursing skill testing on a flexible schedule,
   nutrition in health. Includes principles related to the role of fats, protein,            orientation to the clinical settings, and/or lecture. The weeks noted
   carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals, and water in meeting energy                            above	 will	 include	 two	 consecutive	 days	 of	 clinical.	 Following	 the	
   requirements. Addresses the manner in which people are influenced                         orientation period, students are placed in clinical sites which may
   by their eating habits. Students will identify healthy and unhealthy diet                 include acute care facilities or community based facilities which serve
   practices and consider how eating behaviors influence maintenance,                        women	 and	 newborns.	 Flexible	 scheduling	 is	 required	 as	 agency	
   promotion, and restoration of health.                                                     schedules	 vary.	 Foundations	 for	 this	 course	 include	 communication,	
                                                                                             the whole person, family, the community, and the environment, using
NURS 117 - Pharmacology I. Two credit hours. Explores the nursing                            the nursing process as the critical thinking model. Prerequisites: All
   implications of common drugs in major classifications. Prerequisites:                     required Level I courses. Corequisite: NURS 217.
   NURS 110 and NURS 110L.
                                                                                        NURS	 220	 ‑	 Medical‑Surgical	 Nursing	 III.	 Four	 credit	 hours.	 Includes	
NURS	121	‑	Mental	Health.	One	credit	hour.	Focuses	on	the	development	                     concepts related to health and to the care of adults with complex
   of therapeutic communication skills and application of the nursing                      acute	 and	 chronic	 conditions.	 Foundations	 for	 this	 course	 include	
   process related to selected common mental health conditions.                            communication, the whole person, and the nursing process as
   Foundations	for	this	course	include	communication,	the	whole	person,	                   the critical thinking model. Students are required to pass the
   and the nursing process as the critical thinking model. Each student will               ACLS	 competencies.	 Includes	 EMS	 Training	 Center	 Fee	 for	 ACLS.	
   be required to participate in the Culture Day assignment. Prerequisite:                 Prerequisites: All Level I required courses. Corequisite: NURS 220L.
   Acceptance into the level I nursing core courses.
                                                                                        NURS	 220L	 ‑	 Medical‑Surgical	 Nursing	 III	 Practicum.	 Five	 credit	 hours.	
NURS 201 - Psychiatric Nursing. Two credit hours. Includes concepts                        Facilitates	application	of	the	nursing	process	and	nursing	leadership/
   related to health and to the care of clients with mental health                         management skills to the care of adults with complex acute and
   conditions.	 Foundations	 for	 this	 course	 include	 communication,	 the	              chronic conditions. The first 2 weeks of the semester will involve
   whole person, and the nursing process as the critical thinking model.                   nursing skills testing on a flexible schedule and orientation to the
   Prerequisites: All Level I required courses. Corequisite: NURS 201L.                    clinical	settings.	Following	orientation,	students	will	be	in	the	clinical	
NURS 201L - Psychiatric Nursing Practicum. One credit hour.                                settings approximately 15 hours a week. Some community settings
   Includes	three	hours	of	clinical	time	per	week.	Facilitates	analysis	of	                require flexible scheduling. Nursing skills lab, local acute care
   client and student nurse interactions in the mental health setting. Local               and long-term care facilities, and community agencies are used for
   health and community agencies are used for clinical experiences.                        clinical experiences. Clinical skills competency practice and testing
   Foundations	for	this	course	include	communication,	the	whole	person,	                   is scheduled throughout the semester on a weekly basis in the
   and	 the	 nursing	 process	 as	 the	 critical	 thinking	 model.	 Flexible	              nursing	 lab.	 Foundations	 for	 this	 course	 include	 communication,	 the	
   scheduling is required and will include evenings and/or weekend                         whole person, and the nursing process as the critical thinking model.
   rotations. Prerequisites: All Level I required courses. Corequisite:                    Prerequisites: All Level I required courses. Corequisite: NURS 220.
   NURS 201.                                                                            NURS 221 - Pharmacology II. One credit hour. Emphasizes application of
NURS 216 - Pediatric Nursing. Two credit hours. Includes concepts related                  the nursing process to patients/clients receiving intravenous therapies
   to	health	and	care	of	the	pediatric	client.	Foundations	for	this	course	                and complex medication regimes. Prerequisites: All Level I required
   include communication, the whole person, and the nursing process                        courses. Corequisite: NURS 220.
   as the critical thinking model. Prerequisites: All Level I courses.                  NURS 223 - Nursing Seminar. One credit hour. Explores the role of
   Corequisite: NURS 216L.                                                                 the Associate Degree Nurse (R.N.) in today’s society. Includes
NURS	 216L	 ‑	 Pediatric	 Nursing	 Practicum.	 Two	 credit	 hours.	 Facilitates	           investigation of the ethical, moral, and legal issues of health care
   application of the nursing process to the care of the pediatric                         delivery. Each student is required to participate in a community project.
   patient/client. The first two weeks of the semester, the eight week of                  Prerequisite: All Level I required courses.
   the semester, and the last two weeks of the semester involve nursing                 NURS 240 - Clinical Applications of Nutrition Principles Part I. One
   skill testing on a flexible schedule, orientation to the clinical settings,             credit	hour.	A	web‑based	course.	Focuses	on	the	role	of	nutrition	in	
   and lecture. The weeks noted above will include two consecutive                         health. Includes basic principles related to the role of fats, proteins,
   days	of	clinical.	Following	the	orientation	period,	students	are	in	the	                carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals, and water in meeting energy
   clinical setting in acute care or community based rotations. Some of                    requirements. Students will master the principles of the role of fat,
   the community agencies require flexible scheduling and may include                      protein, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals, and water in meeting
   Wednesday rotations and an occasional evening and/or weekend                            energy requirements of individuals and address the manner in which
   rotation.	 Foundations	 for	 this	 course	 include	 communication,	 the	                people are influenced by their eating habits. Students will identify
   whole person, and the nursing process as the critical thinking model.                   healthy and unhealthy dietary practices and consider how eating
   Prerequisites: All required Level I courses. Corequisite: NURS 216.                     behaviors influence the maintenance, restoration, and promotion of
NURS 217 - Maternal-Newborn and Women’s Health Nursing. Two                                health. May enroll concurrently in NURS 241.
   credit hours. Includes issues and concepts related to women’s health,                NURS 241 - Clinical Applications of Nutrition Principles Part 2. Two credit
   pregnancy,	 the	 newborn,	 and	 the	 child‑bearing	 family.	 Foundations	               hours.	 A	 web‑based	 course.	 Focuses	 on	 application	 of	 nutritional	
   for this course include communication, the whole person, the family,                    principles for selected illness and disease states. Students will identify
   the community, and the environment using the nursing process as                         the consequences of nutritional deficiencies and excess to overall
   the critical thinking model. Prerequisites: All required Level I courses.               health and how various disease processes and illness states lead to
   Corequisite: NURS 217L.                                                                 nutritional deficiencies that inhibit or delay healing and restoration
NURS 217L - Maternal-Newborn and Women’s Health Nursing Practicum.                         of health. Students will develop strategies to assist individuals to
   Two	credit	hours.	Facilitates	use	of	the	nursing	process	in	caring	for	                 maintain, restore, or optimize health and reduce complications related
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     to nutritional deficiencies or excesses. May enroll concurrently in               activities. Students will increase their ability to analyze and adapt
     NURS 240.                                                                         activities to a variety of settings. Prerequisite: OT 110L. Corequisite:
NURS 260 - Issues in Gerontology. Three credit hours. Examines the                     OT 120.
   physiological,	 psychological	 and	 social	 aspects	 of	 aging.	 Focuses	      OT 120 - Principles of OT. Three credit hours. This course expands the
   on gaining insight into what it means to be an older person in a                  concepts introduced in the orientation course. It provides a foundation
   contemporary society. Open to all nursing and non-nursing students                for the practice of occupational therapy in various settings. It focuses
   with an interest in gerontology.                                                  on the COTA’s role in evaluation, treatment planning, and treatment
NURS	 261	 ‑	 Physical	 Assessment.	 Four	 credit	 hours.	 Designed	 primarily	      implementation. Prerequisite: OT 101.
   for the registered nurse or health care professional. After completing         OT	 130	 ‑	 Kinesiology.	 Three	 credit	 hours.	 A	 lecture/experiential	 course	
   the course, the student should be able to perform and document a                   which focuses on principles of mechanics and anatomy in relation to
   physical assessment.                                                               human movement.
NURS/MDST/PSY 262 - Thanatology. Three credit hours. Examines                     OT 140L - Therapeutic Techniques. Three credit hours. A lecture/
   the bio-psycho-social-spiritual implications of death and dying. The              demonstration course which focuses on activities of daily living,
   discussion format of the course necessitates individual preparation               adaptive equipment, modification of environments, and teaching of
   prior to class and interaction with the group during class. Open to all           activities to clients. Prerequisites: OT 110L, 120. Corequisites: OT 116L,
   nursing and non-nursing persons with an interest in thanatology.                  118L.
NURS 168/268 - Workshop in Nursing. One to nine credit hours. As                  OT	 214L	‑	Fieldwork	I‑C.	One	credit	hour.	Students	are	assigned	16	hours	
   announced. (Repeatable for credit.)                                                of “hands-on” experience in a clinical setting involving either pediatrics,
NURS 291 - Directed Studies. One to three credit hours. This course                   psychosocial, physical disabilities, or geriatrics. In addition, weekly
   allows the student to investigate in depth some subject matter that                class sessions to discuss fieldwork and problem solving will be held.
   is not covered in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-Roswell.                   Prerequisite: OT 116L.
   Assignments must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of work per credit            OT 216L - OT Shop Techniques. Two credit hours. A lecture demonstration
   hour in the form of a substantial research paper, study, or project.              course which focuses on the use of basic hand tools to fabricate
   Prerequisite: Completion of Directed Studies Request form; consent of             adaptive positioning equipment, basic orthotics and prosthetics.
   instructor and administrative approval. (Repeatable for credit.)                  Prerequisite: OT 120, 140L.
NURS 193/293 - Topics in Nursing. One to nine credit hours. As                    OT 240 - Occupational Therapy in Gerontology. Two credit hours. A
   announced. (May be repeated for credit with consent of instructor                 lecture/experiential course which focuses on occupational therapy for the
   and administrative approval.)                                                     elderly. Special emphasis on environmental and cultural considerations.
                                                                                     Prerequisites: OT 120, 140L, PSY 200. Corequisites: OT 216L, 242,
 (ot) occupational therapy assistant                                                 244.

OT 101 - Orientation to Occupational Therapy. Two credit hours. This              OT 242 - Occupational Therapy in Physical Disabilities. Three credit
   course introduces the student to the occupational therapy profession              hours. A lecture/experiential course which focuses on occupational
   and its role in health care. The course provides introduction to the              therapy for clients with physical dysfunction. A variety of disabilities
   various types of patients referred to occupational therapy, therapeutic           including hand injury, traumatic brain injury, and spinal cord injury will
   use of self and cultural considerations in treatment planning. This               be addressed. Prerequisites: OT 120, 140L. Corequisites: OT 216L,
   course is offered on-line and/or classroom instruction. This course can           244.
   be taken either prior to acceptance in the OTA program or during the           OT 244 - Occupational Therapy in Psychosocial Dysfunction. Three
   first semester of the program.                                                    credit hours. A lecture/experiential course which focuses on
OT 110L - Therapeutic Media I. Two credit hours. A lecture/demonstration             occupational therapy for clients with psychosocial dysfunction.
   class in which students participate in learning therapeutic activity              Therapeutic use of self and the role of environment and culture will
   techniques. Students will learn how to analyze and adapt activities               be emphasized. Prerequisites: OT 110L, 112, 118L, 120, PSY 101,
   to a variety of settings. Corequisites: OT 101, 114L.                             200.

OT 112 - Applied Communication in OT. Two credit hours. Course focuses            OT 246 - Occupational Therapy in Pediatrics. Three credit hours. A
   on oral and written communication used in occupational therapy                    lecture/experiential course which focuses on the use of occupational
   practice. Corequisite: OT 101.                                                    therapy techniques with children and adolescents. Treatment of clients
                                                                                     with orthopedic, developmental, and behavioral deficits will be
OT	 114L	‑	Fieldwork	I‑A.	One	credit	hour.	Students	are	assigned	16	hours	           addressed. Prerequisites: OT 101, 110L, 118L, 120. Corequisites:
    of observation/“hands-on” experience in a clinical/educational                   CD 203 or CD 211, OT 242, 244.
    center. In addition, this course consists of weekly class sessions to
    discuss fieldwork assignments, share experiences and problem-solving.         OT 250L - Occupational Therapy Seminar. Two credit hours. This course
    Corequisites: OT 101, 110L.                                                      teaches the student program development in terms of administrative
                                                                                     functions of occupational therapy, consulting skills and participation
OT	 116L	‑	Fieldwork	I‑B.	One	credit	hour.	Students	are	assigned	16	hours	           in program implementation. The students review for the certification
    of “hands-on” experience in a clinical/educational area. In addition,            examination. Prerequisites: Successful completion of all academic
    weekly class sessions to problem solve, share experiences and discuss            coursework.
    fieldwork will be held. Students will be assigned to either pediatric,
                                                                                  OT	 260L	 ‑	 Fieldwork	 II	 in	 Psychosocial	 Dysfunction.	 Five	 credit	 hours.	
    psychosocial, physical dysfunction or geriatric settings. Prerequisite: OT
                                                                                      Students must participate in eight weeks of training in a clinical setting.
    114L. Corequisite: OT 120.
                                                                                      Prerequisites: Successful completion of all academic coursework with
OT 118L - Therapeutic Media II. Two credit hours. A lecture/demonstration             the exception of OT 250L.
   class in which students increase their knowledge of therapeutic
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OT	 262L	‑	Fieldwork	II	in	Physical	Disabilities.	Five	credit	hours.	Students	     (PHaR) Pharmacy
    must participate in eight weeks of training in a separate clinical setting.
    Prerequisite: Successful completion of all academic coursework with           PHAR 101 - Pharmacy Technology I. Three credit hours. Includes lecture/
    the exception of 250L.                                                            discussion/practice of the role of the technician. Designed to include
                                                                                      the Pharmacy Act; ethical/legal considerations; terminology; reading
OT 168/268 - Workshop in Occupational Therapy. One to nine credit                     prescriptions and medication orders; basic principles in prescription
   hours. As announced. (Repeatable for credit.)                                      preparation, compounding, reconstituting, packaging and labeling;
OT 291 - Directed Studies. One to three credit hours. This course                     and universal precautions. Prerequisites: acceptance into the program.
   allows the student to investigate in depth some subject matter that                Prerequisite or corequisite: PHAR 103, MDST 102, MDST 106, CAS
   is not covered in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-Roswell.                   151.
   Assignments must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of work per credit            PHAR 103 - Pharmacology for Technicians. Three credit hours. Lecture/
   hour in the form of a substantial research paper, study, or project.               discussion includes basic pharmacology including drug classifications,
   Prerequisite: Completion of Directed Studies Request form; consent                 general actions of major drug classes, dosage forms, generic and
   of instructor and administrative approval. (Repeatable for credit.)                trade names. Prerequisites or Corequisite: PHAR 101, MDST 102,
OT 193/293 - Topics in Occupational Therapy. One to nine credit hours.                MDST 106, CAS 151.
   As announced. (May be repeated for credit with consent of instructor           PHAR 104 - Pharmacy Technology II. Three credit hours. Lecture/discussion/
   and administrative approval.)                                                      practice continues and builds on concepts taught in PHAR 101 with
                                                                                      the addition of, and emphasis on, sterile IV admixture preparation,
 (PBE) Phlebotomy                                                                     aseptic techniques and distribution systems. Prerequisite: PHAR 101,
                                                                                      PHAR 103, MDST 102. Prerequisite or Corequisite: PHAR 107.
PBE 101Y - Medical Law & Ethics (High School Concurrent). One credit
    hour. An overview of law and ethics as it relates to medical office           PHAR 105L - Pharmacy Technician Preceptorship. Six credit hours. Supervised
    and hospital labs.                                                                practice in retail and health care facility settings designed to gain practical
PBE 105Y - Beginning Phlebotomy with Lab (High School Concurrent).                    experience and apply lessons learned in the classroom. Students will
    Four	credit	hours.	Basic	introduction	to	phlebotomy	procedures	and	               participate in determining and developing their preceptorship sites.
    techniques along with a background in theory and principles. Course               Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.
    includes quality assurance, infection control, and safety as well as an       PHAR 107 - Math and Calculations for Pharmacy Technicians. Two credit
    overview of anatomy related to the circulatory system. Includes weekly            hours. Lecture/discussion/practice of math and calculations for oral and
    Phlebotomy Laboratory.                                                            parenteral preparations. Prerequisite: PHAR 101, PHAR 103, MDST
PBE 113 - Introduction to Phlebotomy. Three credit hours. Provides the                102. Prerequisite or Corequisite: PHAR 104.
    student with essential phlebotomy theory, with emphasis on safety,            PHAR 168/268 - Workshop in Pharmacy Technician. One to nine credit
    minimizing discomfort to the patient, and accurately collecting and               hours. As announced. (Repeatable for credit.)
    handling blood specimens. Corequisite: PBE 113L.
                                                                                  PHAR 291 - Directed Studies. One to three credit hours. This course
PBE 113L - Introduction to Phlebotomy Lab. One credit hour. Three hours              allows the student to investigate in depth some subject matter that
    lab weekly. Corequisite: PBE 113.                                                is not covered in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-Roswell.
PBE 114L - Phlebotomy Clinical. Three credit hours. Supervised directed              Assignments must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of work per credit
    practice in a medical laboratory. This supervised experience enables             hour in the form of a substantial research paper, study, or project.
    the student to develop skill in phlebotomy and gain the experience               Prerequisite: Completion of Directed Studies Request form; consent of
    necessary to sit for a phlebotomy certification exam. Prerequisites: All         instructor and administrative approval. (Repeatable for credit.)
    required courses including PBE 113 and PBE 113L.                              PHAR 193/293 - Workshop in Pharmacy Technology. One to nine credits.
PBE	115L	‑	Phlebotomy	Skills	for	Nursing.	Four	credit	hours.	This	course	is	          As announced. (May be repeated for credit with consent of instructor
     specifically designed for nursing students who want to enhance and               and administrative approval.)
     perfect their phlebotomy skills. The course provides the student with
     essential phlebotomy theory, emphasis on safety, and minimizing               (PHIl) Philosophy
     patient discomfort. The course also focuses on accurate collection           PHIL 121 (PHIL 1113) - Introductory Philosophy. Three credit hours.
     and handling of specimens and point of service testing.                          Elementary problems and history of philosophy and the major
PBE 168/268 - Workshop in Phlebotomy. One to nine credit hours. As                    philosophical systems.
    announced. (Repeatable for credit.)                                           PHIL 131 (PHIL 1213) - Logic and Critical Thinking. Three credit hours.
PBE 291 - Directed Studies. One to three credit hours. This course                     The structure of logical thinking with concrete application of critical
    allows the student to investigate in depth some subject matter that                thinking.
    is not covered in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-Roswell.              PHIL 211 (PHIL 2113) - Ethics. Three credit hours. The development
    Assignments must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of work per credit               of morality and principles of individual and social behavior;
    hour in the form of a substantial research paper, study, or project.              contemporary ethical issues.
    Prerequisite: Completion of Directed Studies Request form; consent of
    instructor and administrative approval. (Repeatable for credit.)              PHIL 168/268 - Workshop in Philosophy. One to nine credit hours. As
                                                                                       announced. (Repeatable for credit.)
PBE 193/293 - Topics in Phlebotomy. One to nine credit hours. As
    announced. (May be repeated for credit with consent of instructor             PHIL 291 - Directed Studies. One to three credit hours. This course
    and administrative approval.)                                                      allows the student to investigate in depth some subject matter that
                                                                                       is not covered in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-Roswell.
                                                                                       Assignments must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of work per credit
                                                                                       hour in the form of a substantial research paper, study, or project.
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     Prerequisite: Completion of Directed Studies Request form; consent of         PHYS 168/268 - Workshop in Physics. One to nine credit hours. As
     instructor and administrative approval. (Repeatable for credit.)                  announced. (Repeatable for credit.)
PHIL 193/293 - Topics in Philosophy. One to nine credit hours. As                  PHYS 291 - Directed Studies. One to three credit hours. This course
    announced. (May be repeated for credit with consent of instructor                  allows the student to investigate in depth some subject matter that
    and administrative approval.)                                                      is not covered in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-Roswell.
                                                                                       Assignments must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of work per credit
 (PHYs) Physics                                                                        hour in the form of a substantial research paper, study, or project.
                                                                                       Prerequisite: Completion of Directed Studies Request form; consent of
Students planning to pursue a bachelor’s degree in a scientific field should           instructor and administrative approval. (Repeatable for credit.)
choose their beginning courses from those marked with an asterisk (*).
                                                                                   PHYS 193/293 - Topics in Physics. One to nine credit hours. As
PHYS 113 - Survey of Physics. Three credit hours. Important concepts in               announced. (May be repeated for credit with consent of instructor
    physics and their application to the everyday world. A course designed            and administrative approval.)
    for non-scientists with an emphasis on conceptual understanding.
    Corequisite: PHYS 113L.                                                         (PPt) Professional Pilot training
PHYS 113L - Survey of Physics Lab. One credit hour. Designed to give a             PPT 101 - Private Pilot Ground Instruction. Three credit hours. An entry-
    hands-on exploration of the basic concepts of physics introduced in                 level study of aviation subjects designed to prepare students for
    the accompanying class. Corequis