Registration Begins for Second Half-Term Session at NMJC
9/27/2010 3:45:55 a.m. - Hobbs, NM. At New Mexico Junior College, registration is underway for the 2nd Eight Weeks or Half-Term Session, which begins October 18 and ends December 10.
According to Dr. Michele Clingman, Dean of Enrollment Management, there are more classes to choose from this year than in the past. “The half-term classes are great for people who want to graduate a little sooner or just want to take classes for personal enrichment,” she said. “This semester, not only can students choose from a greater number of courses, but they’ll also find a wider variety offered in different formats. For instance, in addition to our on-site, face-to-face classes, students can choose from online and web enhanced classes, which are hybrids that blend traditional classroom learning with online learning,” she said. “There’s definitely something for everyone.”
Online classes include Farm & Ranch Management, Art Appreciation, General Biology II/Lab, Human Anatomy & Physiology II/Lab, Business Law II, Principles of Management, Intro to Corrections, Narcotics & Dangerous Drugs, Intro to Victimology, Intro to Sex Crimes & Criminal Justice, Windows Application I, Principles of Economics (Macro), Professionalism, Composition & Rhetoric, Composition & Literature, Types of Literature, American Government, U.S. History from 1877, History of Civilization II, Fundamentals of Vacuum Technology, Family Law, Civil Procedure, Trial Preparation & Procedures, College Algebra, Medical Terminology, Music Appreciation, Intro to Psychology, Freshman Seminar, Child Psychology, Psychology of Adjustment, Human Relations, Psychology of Lifespan, Human Growth & Development, Fitness for Life, Walking/Jogging for Fitness, Interpersonal Communications, General Sociology, and Elementary Algebra.
On-site or classroom only classes include Diesel Engine Operations, Engine Performance II, Intro to Renewable Energy Systems, Pneumatics Applications, Technical Mathematics I, Golf Fitness, Backpacking & Camping, and Rope Climbing & Rappelling.
Web-enhanced or hybrid classes include System Architecture, GM Electronics III, and Suspension & Steering Systems.
Late registration for the Second Eight Weeks Session continues through October 20. For a live course schedule, please follow this link. For more information, call 575.492.2577.