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1 Transferring to The University of New Mexico from Central New Mexico Community College ( Catalog) Revised 08/3/2007 The University of New Mexico and Central New Mexico Community College work closely to ease your transition from CNM to UNM. This information is provided to assist you in planning a transfer program. Satisfactory completion (Grade of CR ) in BIO 0950 or CHEM 0950, ENG 0950, MATH 0950 and RDG 0950 will satisfy UNM Introductory Studies requirements. These hours will not, however, transfer nor be counted toward any degree program because they are college-preparatory courses. While UNM does not ordinarily transfer technical or occupational coursework, the College of Education developed a Baccalaureate Degree program in Organizational Learning and Instructional Technologies for students who have earned an Associate of Applied Science degree in certain fields. The program, which provides quality education for individuals interested in improving the learning experiences of adults in corporate settings, allows a maximum transfer of credits from approved technical disciplines in community colleges and post-secondary technical institutes. For additional information, contact or For the most current transfer information this guide is available on-line and updated as necessary; check the UNM website: click on Future Students and follow the link to How to Transfer to UNM. Important UNM Phone Numbers and Websites General Information : Admissions Questions >>> Choose Option 1 Financial Aid >>> Choose Option 2 UNM Information and Campus Visits>>> Choose Option 3 Admissions Office (http://www.unm.edu/futurestudents.html) Transfer Admissions (http://www.unm.edu/preview/tr_how.htm) Transfer Program (http://www.unm.edu/futurestudents.html) Scholarships Office (www.unm.edu/~schol/schol.html) Student Financial Aid Records/Registration (www.unm.edu/%7eunmreg/) Campus Housing (www.unm.edu/~reshalls) Bookstore (http://bookstore.unm.edu/) Testing Services (www.unm.edu/~testctr/test.html) New Student Orientation (http://www.unm.edu/%7enso/) Campus Visits & Tours (http://www.unm.edu/preview/vi_arrange.htm) General Campus Information (www.unm.edu) College Advisement Centers Anderson Schools of Management (http://www.mgmt.unm.edu/) Architecture and Planning (http://saap.unm.edu/) Arts & Sciences (http://www.unm.edu/~artsci/) Bachelor of University Studies (http://www.unm.edu/~unmbus/) Dental Programs (http://hsc.unm.edu/som/dentalhy/) College of Education (http://coe.unm.edu/) (Teacher Education) Engineering (http://www.unm.edu/~soe/index.html) Fine Arts (http://www.unm.edu/~finearts/) Nursing (http://hsc.unm.edu/consg/mission.shtml) Pharmacy (http://hsc.unm.edu/pharmacy/) University College (http://www.unm.edu/~ucac/)

2 Unless otherwise indicated, the following courses, with a minimum grade of D are fully transferable to UNM. Some classes must be completed with a C or better in order to fulfill prerequisite or degree requirements. Please note that course transferability does not ensure meeting specific degree requirements. Where applicable, courses are cross-listed with their UNM equivalents. In most situations where more than one course is required to meet the UNM equivalent, the excess hours will be applied to general university electives. If there is no equivalent UNM course number listed, the class may or may not be applied toward core requirements or as elective credit in a degree program. CNM courses that list The University of New Mexico equivalencies have been approved by the departments offering the respective courses at UNM. Transfer courses that do not list UNM equivalencies may or may not satisfy specific degree requirements. You must check with department, college, or school advisors to see if these courses apply to your degree program. The provisions of this transfer guide are not to be regarded as an irrevocable contract between the student and the University. The University reserves the right to change any provisions or requirements at any time. Revised 08/3/ LETTER DISCIPLINES WITH 4 NUMBERS IN PARENTHESIS SIGNIFY THE NEW MEXICO COMMON CORE DISCIPLINE AND NUMBER (NMCCN) Beginning Fall 2007 CNM converted to 4 digit course numbers. This guide shows both old and new numbers; the courses are in numerical order using the NEW number. CNM Course Accounting (ACCT) Please note that the only Accounting courses from CNM that apply to the BBA degree at UNM are: ACCT 1111, ACCT 1112, and ACCT Course transferability does not ensure meeting specific degree requirements. MGTN (Management for non-majors) is the designation for transferable courses that do not meet degree requirements at the University of New Mexico Anderson Schools of Management. Only transferable courses are listed. Contact the Anderson School of Management at for more ACCT Introduction to Accounting as BSTC* ACCT **96 Accounting Topics as MGTN ACCT Accounting I MGMT 202 (ACCT 2113) ACCT 101A 1111 Accounting 1A} ACCT 101B 1112 Accounting 1B} MGMT 202 (ACCT 2113) ACCT Payroll Accounting as BSTC* ACCT Accounting Applications as MGTN ACCT Accounting II as MGTN ACCT **96 Accounting Topics as MGTN ACCT Independent Study as MGTN ACCT Internship as MGTN ACCT 201A 2101 Intermediate Accounting IA as MGTN ACCT 201B 2102 Intermediate Accounting IB as MGTN ACCT Intermediate Accounting II as MGTN ACCT Cost Accounting as MGTN ACCT Managerial Accounting as MGTN ACCT Tax Accounting I as MGTN ACCT Tax Accounting II as MGTN ACCT Electronic Spreadsheets as MGTN ACCT Computerized Accounting as MGTN ACCT Governmental Accounting as MGTN ACCT Auditing as MGTN

3 Aerospace Studies (AFAS) Through a special arrangement with the UNM AFROTC program, CNM offers and UNM accepts AFAS classes. Contact the Aerospace Program (AFROTC) at for more The courses below have direct equivalents. AFAS The Foundation of the United States Air Force I AFAS 120 AFAS The Foundation of the United States Air Force II AFAS 121 AFAS 120L 1192 Leadership Laboratory I AFAS 121L 1292 Leadership Laboratory II AFAS 250L 2192 Leadership Laboratory I AFAS 250L AFAS The Evolution of the USAF Air and Space Power I AFAS 250 AFAS The Evolution of the USAF Air and Space Power II AFAS 251 AFAS 251L 2292 Leadership Laboratory II AFAS 251L Computer Animation (ANIM) ANIM Survey of Computer Animation as MA ANIM Techniques for Animation Text as MA ANIM Introduction to Lightwave as MA ANIM Introduction to Maya as MA ANIM Intermediate Lightwave as MA ANIM Intermediate Maya as MA ANIM Advanced Computer Animation as MA ANIM Game Design Theory as ENGN ANIM **96 Topics as MA ANIM Independent Study as MA ANIM Internship as MA ANIM 2999 Animation Capstone as MA Anthropology (ANTH) ANTH Introduction to Anthropology ANTH 101 (ANTH 1113) ANTH Language, Culture and the Human Animal ANTH 110/LING 101 ANTH Archaeology: Discovering Our Past ANTH 230 ANTH Cultures of the World ANTH 130 (ANTH 2113) ANTH Evolutionary Anthropology ANTH 150 ANTH **96 Topics in Anthropology ANTH 230 ANTH Ancient Mesoamerica ANTH 322 ANTH North American Indians ANTH 230 ANTH Cultures of the Southwest ANTH 238 ANTH Southwestern Archaeology ANTH 321 ANTH The Anthropology of Drugs ANTH 230 Architectural Drafting (ARDR) Please note that course transferability does not ensure meeting specific degree requirements. ENGN (Engineering for non-majors) is the designation for transferable courses that do not meet degree requirements at the University of New Mexico School of Engineering. Only transferable courses are listed. ARDR 1010 CAD Analysis I as ARCH ARDR Building Materials and Methods I } ARDR Building Materials and Methods II} ARCH 285 ARDR 107L 1105 Architectural Drafting I as ARCH ARDR 214L 1205 Architectural CAD Drafting II as ARCH ARDR CAD Analysis II as ARCH

4 ARDR Intermediate Computer-Assisted Drafting as ARCH ARDR 119L 1305 Architectural CAD Drafting III as ARCH ARDR Customizing Auto CAD as ARCH ARDR 182L 1392 Advanced Computer-Assisted Drafting as ARCH ARDR 208L 1492 Architectural Design as ARCH ARDR **96 Topics as DRFT* ARDR Structural Systems Analysis as ENGN ARDR 203L 2102 Structural Systems CAD Drafting as DRFT* ARDR 113L 2192 Site Analysis as ARCH ARDR Mechanical/Electrical Systems Analysis as ENGN ARDR 212L 2202 Mechanical/Electrical Systems CAD Drafting as DRFT* ARDR Independent Study as DRFT* ARDR Internship as DRFT* ARDR 221L 2999 Architectural/Engineering Drafting Seminar as DRFT* Art (ART) ARTH Introduction to Art ARTH 101 (ARTS 1013) ARTS Introduction to Studio Arts ARTS Drawing I ARTS 106 ARTS Two-Dimensional Design ARTS 121 ARTS Three-Dimensional Design ARTS 122 ARTH **96 Topics in Art (History) ARTS **96 Topics in Art (Studio) ARTH 2200 Women in Art ARTH History of Art I ARTH 201 (ARTS 2113) ARTH History of Art II ARTH 202 (ARTS 2123) ARTS Life Drawing I ARTS 205 ARTS Drawing II ARTS 205 ARTS Printmaking I ARTS 274 ARTS Painting I ARTS 207 ARTS 2210 Art Career Concerns ARTS Portraiture ARTS Life Drawing II ARTS Painting II ARTH Modern Art ARTH 250 ARTH Art of the American Southwest ARTH 251 ARTH Architectural History: Ancient through Modern Astronomy (ASTR) ASTR Introduction to Astronomy I ASTR 101 (ASTR 1114) ASTR Introduction to Astronomy II ASTR 101 (ASTR 1114) (Either course is equivalent to UNM s ASTR 101) ASTR 111L 1192 Astronomy Laboratory ASTR 101L (ASTR 1114) ASTR **96 Topics in Astronomy ASTR 109

5 Business Administration (BA) Please note that the only Business Administration courses from CNM that apply to the BBA degree at UNM are: BA 1101, BA 1133, and BA Course transferability does not ensure meeting specific degree requirements. MGTN (Management for non-majors) is the designation for transferable courses that do not meet degree requirements at the University of New Mexico Anderson Schools of Management. Only transferable courses are listed. Contact the Anderson School of Management at for more BA **96 Topics as MGTN BA Introduction to Business MGMT 113 (BUSA 1113) BA Business Writing as OBT* BA Principles of Management MGMT 113 (BUSA 1113) BA Introduction to Quality Management as BSTC* BA Fundamentals of Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) as BSTC* BA Quality Tools as BSTC* BA Independent Study as MGTN BA Team Building for Quality as BSTC* BA Re-engineering for Quality as BSTC* BA Quality Leadership as BSTC* BA Principles of Marketing MGMT 222 BA 2223 Consumer Behavior as MGTN BA 2224 Introduction to Market Research as MGTN BA 2225 Niche Marketing as MGTN BA Sales as MGTN BA Advertising as MGTN BA Supervision as MGTN BA Organizational Behavior as MGTN BA Retail Management as MGTN BA Human Resource Management as MGTN BA Business Law MGMT 310 (BLAW 2123) BA Employment Law for Business as MGTN BA Purchasing as MGTN BA Property Management as MGTN BA Business Ethics as MGTN BA Leadership and Group Dynamics as BSTC* BA Strategic Management as MGTN BA Capstone Course as MGTN Business Graphics (BGC) All Business Graphics courses transfer as CJ except for BGC 2020 and 2030, which transfer as ARTS. COOP (BGC 2095) is not transferable. Please contact the college of your major for more Biology (BIO) The Department of Biology at UNM has recently revised its introductory sequence for Biology Majors. BIOL 121L, 122L, 219 and 221 have been phased out and a new sequence of courses is in effect. The new courses are BIOL 201 (Molecular and Cell Biology), BIOL 202 (Genetics), BIOL 203L (Ecology and Evolution) and BIOL 204L (Plant and Animal Form and Function). Students who take courses equivalent to the old curriculum will still receive Biology credit at UNM. If the equivalent of the old curriculum is completed by June 2005, no additional introductory courses will be required. If courses equivalent to all or part of the old curriculum are completed after June 2005, credit will be given, but some additional introductory courses will also be required. For further information, please contact the Department of Biology at

6 BIO Biology for Non-Majors BIOL 110 (BIOL 1114) BIO 112L 1092 Biology for Non-Majors Laboratory BIOL 112L (BIOL 1114) BIO Environmental Science BIO 111L 1192 Environmental Science Laboratory BIO Southwestern Natural History } BIO 224L 1292 Southwestern Natural History Lab} BIO Human Anatomy & Physiology for Non-Majors BIO 139L 1392 Human Anatomy & Physiology for Non-Majors Lab BIO Biology for Health Sciences BIOL 123 BIO 124L 1492 Biology for Health Sciences Lab BIOL 124L BIO Molecular and Cell Biology } BIOL 201 BIO 201L 1592 Molecular and Cell Biology Lab} BIO Genetics } BIOL 202 BIO 202L 1692 Genetics Lab} BIO **96 Topics in Biology BIO Microbiology } BIO 239L 2192 Microbiology Lab} BIOL 239L BIO Human Anatomy & Physiology I BIOL 237 BIO 247L 2292 Human Anatomy & Physiology I Lab BIOL 247L BIO Human Anatomy & Physiology II BIOL 238 BIO 248L 2392 Human Anatomy & Physiology II Lab BIOL 248L BIO Ecology and Evolution } BIOL 203L BIO 203L 2492 Ecology and Evolution Lab} BIO Plant and Animal Form and Function } BIOL 204L BIO 204L 2592 Plant and Animal Form and Function Lab} BIO Pathophysiology I NURS 239 BIO Pathophysiology II NURS 240 Biotechnology (BIOT) Please note that course transferability does not ensure meeting specific degree requirements. For further information, please contact the Department of Biology at BIOT Math in the Biotechnology Laboratory as BIOL BIOT 164A 1010 Biotechnology Seminar I as BIOL BIOT Biotechnology Laboratory Techniques I as BIOL BIOT 164B 1211 Biotechnology Seminar II as BIOL BIOT 263L 1270 Biotechnology Laboratory Techniques I Lab as BIOL BIOT Biotechnology Laboratory Techniques II as BIOL BIOT 164C 1512 Biotechnology Seminar III as BIOL BIOT 264L 1570 Biotechnology Laboratory Techniques II Lab as BIOL BIOT **96 Biotechnology Topics as BIOL BIOT Internship as BIOL BIOT Biotechnology Laboratory Techniques III as BIOL BIOT 164D 2413 Biotechnology Seminar IV as BIOL BIOT 265L 2470 Biotechnology Laboratory Techniques III Lab as BIOL BIOT 274L 2475 Bioinformatics and Proteomics as BIOL BIOT Biotechnology Seminar as BIOL

7 Carpentry Courses (CARP) Only transferable courses are listed. CARP Furniture Making as WW* CARP Advanced Furniture Making as WW* CARP Cabinetmaking as WW* Child, Youth and Family Development (CDV) All Child Development courses transfer as Early Childhood Education (ECME). Contact the UNM College of Education at for more Chemistry (CHEM) CHEM Introduction to Chemistry } CHEM 112L 1492 Introduction to Chemistry Lab} CHEM 111L (CHEM 1114) CHEM General Chemistry I } CHEM 121L (CHEM 1214) CHEM 121L 1592 General Chemistry I Lab} CHEM General Chemistry II } CHEM 122L (CHEM 1224) CHEM 122L 1692 General Chemistry II Lab} CHEM **96 Topics in Chemistry CHEM Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry CHEM 212 CHEM Organic Chemistry I CHEM 301 CHEM 293L 2792 Organic Chemistry I Laboratory CHEM 303L Computer Information Systems (CIS) (CP Courses are now CIS courses) Please note that course transferability does not ensure meeting specific degree requirements. ENGN (Engineering for non-majors) is the designation for transferable courses that do not meet degree requirements at the University of New Mexico School of Engineering. MGTN (Management for non-majors) is the designation for transferable courses that do not meet degree requirements at the University of New Mexico Anderson Schools of Management. Only transferable courses are listed. All CIS CIS **99 Topics Course as ENGN CIS MS Applications and Integration CS 150L CIS Microsoft Word as OLIT CIS PowerPoint Fundamentals as OLIT CIS Microsoft PowerPoint as OLIT CIS Introduction to Information Management as OLIT CIS Excel Fundamentals as EDUC CIS Intermediate Excel as EDUC CIS Advanced Excel as EDUC CIS Excel Complete, DL only as EDUC CP Programming Logic and Design as ENGN CP 278A 1275 C++ Programming I as ENGN CP NET I/Visual Basic as ENGN CIS Introduction to Multimedia as MA CIS Digital Sound Processing as MA CIS Visual Communication for Business Design as CT* CIS PhotoShop as ARTS CP IT Essentials II: Network Operating Systems as ENGN CIS Introduction to Computer Networking as ENGN CP Networking Topologies/Cisco Academy Semester I as ENGN

8 All CIS CP Fundamentals of Voice & Data Cabling as ENGN CP Convergent Technologies I as ENGN CP Database Design and Intro to SQL as ENGN CP 274L 1680 Linux Essentials as ENGN CIS Beginning XHTML as ENGN CIS Intermediate XHTML as ENGN CIS Advanced XHTML as ENGN CP Overview of Web Technologies as ENGN CIS Extensible Markup Language as ENGN CP Web Programming with JavaScript as ENGN CP Web Programming with PHP as ENGN CIS **96 Topics Course as ENGN CIS Independent Study as ENGN CIS Project Management as MGTN CIS Hardware and Software Administration as ENGN CIS Advanced Hardware and Software Management as ENGN CIS 2135 Microsoft Expression as ENGN CIS Business Database Management as OLIT CIS Excel Advanced Business Applications as MGTN CIS MS SQL Server Database Design as ENGN CIS MS SQL Server Implementation and Maintenance as ENGN CIS 2160 Office Integration as ENGN CP JAVA Programming I as ENGN CP JAVA Programming II as ENGN CP 260L 2270 Open GL Programming as ENGN CP 278B 2275 C++ Programming II (Object-Oriented Programming) as ENGN CP 278C 2277 C++ Programming III (Advanced OOP) as ENGN CP Windows Programming in C++ as ENGN CP NET I/C# as ENGN CP NET II/C# /Visual Basic as ENGN CIS Desktop Publishing as CJ CIS Fireworks as EPT* CIS Authorware as OLIT CIS Director as OLIT CIS Dreamweaver as OLIT CIS Flash as OLIT CIS Adobe Illustrator as CJ CIS Digital Video Editing as OLIT CIS Business Web Graphics as ENGN CIS PhotoShop Practicum as EPT* CP Basic Router Configuration/Cisco Academy Semester 2 as ENGN CP Local Area Network Management/Cisco Academy Semester 3 as ENGN CP Wide Area Network Management/Cisco Academy Semester 4 as ENGN CP Troubleshooting Networks as ENGN CP Fundamentals of Wireless LANs as ENGN CP Convergent Technologies II as ENGN CP Networked Video Applications as ENGN CP Fundamentals of Network Security as ENGN CP Intrusion Detection Systems & Firewalls as ENGN CP Introduction to SQL (Structured Query Language) as ENGN CP Database Programming with PL/SQL as ENGN CP Oracle Internet Forms as ENGN CP Oracle Reports as ENGN CIS Foundations of Network+ as MGTN

9 All CIS CIS Windows Network Infrastructure Management as ENGN CIS Windows Directory Services Management as ENGN CP Linux Administration as ENGN CP High Performance Computing Configuration as ENGN CIS 2740 Cascading Style Sheets as ENGN CIS 2745 ASP.NET as ENGN CIS 2750 ColdFusion as ENGN CIS 2755 JavaServer Pages as ENGN Criminal Justice (CJ) Listed below are the transferable courses; these courses transfer as CRJS. There are no UNM Equivalents. Students interested in a Bachelor s Degree in Criminology should pursue the Associate of Arts Degree in Liberal Arts at CNM. Contact UNM s Sociology Department at for more Only transferable courses are listed. CJ 1001 Introduction to Criminal Justice CJ Criminal Law CJ Criminal Procedure CJ **96 Special Topics CJ Juvenile Law and Procedure CJ Probation and Parole CJ Rules of Criminal Evidence CJ White Collar Crimes CJ Organized Crime and Terrorism CJ Management for Criminal Justice Professionals CJ Public Policies & Strategies CJ **96 Special Topics CJ Community-Oriented Policing CJ Independent Study CJ Internship Construction Management (CM) Please note that course transferability does not ensure meeting specific degree requirements. ENGN (Engineering for non-majors) is the designation for transferable courses that do not meet degree requirements at the University of New Mexico School of Engineering. Only transferable courses are listed. CM Construction Detailing CE 130 CM Construction Materials & Techniques CE 171 CM Commercial Construction Theory as ENGN CM 132L 1205 Computer Aided Construction Drafting/Engineering as CE CM Mechanical Electrical Systems & Construction CE 279 CM Construction Equipment & Methods as CE CM Introduction to Construction Project Management as ENGN CM Construction Estimating CE 257 CM **96 Topics as ENGN CM Construction Scheduling CE 277 CM Statics as CE CM 261L 2205 Construction Surveying as ENGN CM Independent Study as ENGN CM Internship as ENGN CM Construction Management Capstone Course as ENGN

10 Communications (COMM) COMM Mass Media and Society CJ 110 COMM Public Speaking CJ 130 (COMM 1113) COMM **96 Topics in Communication Studies CJ 293 COMM Interpersonal Communication Studies CJ 221 COMM Introduction to Nonverbal Communication Studies CJ 323 COMM Small-Group Communication Studies CJ 225 COMM Business and Professional Communication Studies COMM Organizational Communication Studies COMM Communication Studies for Teachers CJ 220 COMM Gender Communication Studies COMM Intercultural Communication Studies CJ 115 COMM Family Communication Studies COMM Listening Computing Technology (CP) See CIS Courses Computer Science (CSCI) Please note that course transferability does not ensure meeting specific degree requirements. ENGN (Engineering for non-majors) is the designation for transferable courses that do not meet degree requirements at the University of New Mexico School of Engineering. CSCI Intro to Computer Programming for Non-Computer Sci Majors CS 151L CSCI Intermediate Computer Literacy as ENGN CSCI Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science as ENG CSCI Intermediate Computer Programming as CS College Success Experience (CSE) CSE Student Success as UNIV CSE Career Exploration as UNIV CSE Learning Strategies as UNIV CSE Research Techniques as UNIV Cultural Studies (CST) CST Introduction to Cultural Studies AMST 181 CST **96 Topics in Cultural Studies as AMST CST 250A 2250 African American Studies AFST 103 CST 250H 2251 Chicano Studies AMST 185 CST 250N 2253 Native American Studies NATV 150 CST 250S 2254 Asian American Studies as AMST CST Popular Culture and Cultural Identity AMST 200 CST Introduction to Women s Studies WMST 200 Dental Assistant (DA) Please note that course transferability does not ensure meeting specific degree requirements. Only transferable courses are listed. DA 101L 1010 Dental Science I as DEHY DA Tooth Morphology, Histology and Recordings to HCHS* DA 108T 1108 Dental Radiology I as DEHY

11 DA 102T 1110 Dental Materials and Application as DEHY DA 106T 1120 Chairside Procedures I as HCHS* DA 106L 1170 Chairside Procedures I Lab as HCHS* DA 102L 1172 Dental Materials and Application Lab as DEHY DA 108L 1175 Dental Radiology I Lab as DEHY DA Dental Science II as DEHY DA 118T 1508 Dental Radiology II as DEHY DA 120T 1510 Clinical Application I as HCHS* DA 116T 1520 Chairside Procedures II as HCHS* DA 116L 1570 Chairside Procedures II Lab as HCHS* DA 118L 1575 Dental Radiology II Lab as DEHY DA 120C 1580 Clinical Application I Clinical as HCHS* DA 124T 2010 Clinical Application II as HCHS* DA Dental Specialties as HCHS* DA 124C 2080 Clinical Application II Clinical as HCHS* DA **96 Special Topics in Dental Assistant as HCHS* DA 110T 2410 Dental Practice Management and Patient Care as HCHS* DA 110L 2470 Dental Practice Management and Patient Care Lab as HCHS* E-Commerce (ECM) Only transferable courses are listed. ECM Business Website Development as BSTC* ECM Legal Issues in E-Commerce MGMT 309 (BLAW 2113) ECM Business Website Design as IT* Early Childhood Multicultural Education (ECME) All Early Childhood Multicultural Education courses transfer as ECME. Contact the College of Education at for more Economics (ECON) ECON Introduction to Economics ECON **96 Topics in Economics ECON Macroeconomics ECON 105 (ECON 2113) ECON Microeconomics ECON 106 (ECON 2123) Engineering Design Technology (EDT) Please note that course transferability does not ensure meeting specific degree requirements. ENGN (Engineering for non-majors) is the designation for transferable courses that do not meet degree requirements at the University of New Mexico School of Engineering. Only transferable courses are listed. EDT Introduction to Engineering Technology as ENGN EDT Introduction to CAD as CADT* EDT Mechanical Design I as ENGN EDT Intermediate CAD as CADT* EDT Mechanical Design II as ENGN EDT Basic Electrical and Electronic Systems as ENGN

12 EDT Materials and Manufacturing Processes as ENGN EDT Applied Mathematics in Mechanics as ENGN EDT Advanced CAD/Solid Modeling as CADT* EDT Mechanics of Materials as ENGN EDT Design of Machine Elements as CADT* EDT System Design as ENGN EDT Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GDT) as ENGN EDT **96 Topics as ENGN EDT Independent Study as ENGN Education (EDUC) All Education courses transfer as EDUC except as noted and COOP. The course below has a UNM Equivalent. Contact the UNM College of Education at for additional EDUC Educational Psychology as EDPY EDUC 206C 2290 Education Practicum ECME 424L Electronics (ELEC) Please note that course transferability does not ensure meeting specific degree requirements. ELEC courses transfer as ENGN except as noted. ENGN (Engineering for non-majors) is the designation for transferable courses that do not meet degree requirements at the University of New Mexico School of Engineering. ELEC 103A 1001 Electronics Fundamentals A ELEC 103B 1005 Electronics Fundamentals B ELEC 105A 1015 Digital Circuits I ELEC 105B 1020 Digital Circuits II ELEC **96 Topics ELEC 114L 2001 Semiconductor Devices ELEC 118L 2005 Electromechanical Devices ELEC 203L 2010 Intro to Embedded Systems-Microcontrollers as CS ELEC 205L 2015 Analog Circuits ELEC Electronics Refresher ELEC **96 Topics ELEC Independent Study Elementary Education (ELEM) All Elementary Education courses transfer as EDUC. Contact the UNM College of Education at for more Emergency Medical Technician (EMS) All EMS courses transfer as EMS. UNM Equivalents are listed below. Contact UNM s EMS Academy at for more EMS 160L 1010 Basic Emergency Medical Technician Skills EMS 101 EMS 260T 1210 EMT Intermediate EMS 201 EMS 260C 1290 EMT Intermediate Clinical EMS 201 EMS 260L 1292 EMT Intermediate Lab EMS 201

13 English (ENG) ENG College Writing ENGL 101 (ENGL 1113) ENG Analytic and Argumentative Writing ENGL 102 (ENGL 1123) ENG Technical Communications ENG Study of Literature ENGL 150 ENG **96 Topics in Literature ENGL 211 ENG 206D 2206 Popular Literature: Detective Novel ENGL 211 ENG 206F 2207 Popular Literature: Science Fiction ENGL 211 ENG 206S 2208 Popular Literature: Espionage Fiction ENGL 211 ENG 206W2209 Popular Literature: Western ENGL 211 ENG Film as Literature MA 210 ENG 213D 2213 Film Genres: Comedy ENG 213F 2214 Film Genres: Film Noir ENG 213H 2215 Film Genres: Hitchcock/Kubrick ENG 2216 Film Genres: World Cinema ENG Technical Writing ENGL 219 ENG Expository Writing ENGL 220 ENG Creative Writing: Fiction ENGL 221 ENG Creative Writing: Poetry ENGL 222 ENG Traditional Grammar ENGL 240 ENG Analysis of Literature ENGL 250 ENG Introduction to Dramatic Literature ENG Introduction to Shakespeare ENG Survey of Earlier World Literature ENGL 292 ENG Survey of Later World Literature ENGL 293 ENG Modern Literature ENGL 270 ENG Introduction to Professional Writing ENG Modern Latin American Literature ENG Survey of Earlier English Literature ENGL 294 ENG Survey of Later English Literature ENGL 295 ENG Earlier American Literature ENGL 296 ENG Later American Literature ENGL 297 ENG **96 Topics in Language and Writing Engineering (ENGR) Please note that course transferability does not ensure meeting specific degree requirements. ENGN (Engineering for non-majors) is the designation for transferable courses that do not meet degree requirements at the University of New Mexico School of Engineering. ENGR Survey of Engineering Fields as ENGN ENGR Engineering Statics CE 202 ENGR Circuit Analysis as ENGN Entrepreneurship (ENTR) All ENTR courses transfer as BSTC.*

14 Financial Services (FIN) Please not that courses in this area at CNM cannot be applied towards a BBA degree at UNM. Course transferability does not ensure meeting specific degree requirements. MGTN (Management for non-majors) is the designation for transferable courses that do not meet degree requirements at the University of New Mexico Anderson Schools of Management. Only transferable courses are listed. Check with your college advisor before enrolling. FIN Fundamentals of Risk Management and Insurance as MGTN FIN Finance as MGTN FIN Analyzing Financial Statements as BSTC* Fitness (FITT) All Fitness courses transfer as PENP except as noted. COOP is not transferable. Please note that course transferability does not ensure meeting specific degree requirements. FITT Foundations of Exercise Science PEP 209 FITT The Business of Personal Fitness Training as PEP FITT Kinesiology PEP 277 FITT Independent Study as PEP FITT Fitness Technician Field Experience as PEP FITT Beginning Step Aerobics PENP 158 FITT Applied Nutrition for Sport and Exercise as PEP FITT Fitness Assessment and Exercise Prescription as PEP FITT Exercise Prescription for Special Populations as PEP FITT Physical Fitness I PENP 160 FITT Circuit Training PENP 161 FITT Physical Fitness II PENP 163 FITT **96 Special Topics as PEP FITT Group Exercise Leadership Preparation as PEP French (FREN) FREN Beginning French I FREN 101 FREN Beginning French II FREN 102 FREN Intermediate French FREN 201 FREN Intermediate French II FREN 202 FREN **96 Topics in French Geography (GEOG) GEOG Physical Geography GEOG 101 GEOG Human Geography GEOG 102 GEOG World Regional Geography GEOG 201 GEOG Cartography GEOG **96 Topics in Geography Geographic Information Systems (GIS) All Geographic Information Systems courses transfer as GEOG except GIS 1005, which transfers as CE. COOP (2095) does not transfer. Please note that course transferability does not ensure meeting specific degree requirements.

15 General Honors (GNHN) GNHN 121A 1121 General Honors: The Ancient Legacy UHON 121 GNHN 121M 1122 General Honors: The Modern Legacy UHON 122 GNHN **96 Topics in General Honors UHON 221 History (HIST) HIST Western Civilization I HIST 101L (HIST 1053) HIST Western Civilization II HIST 102L (HIST 1063) HIST History of the United States I HIST 161L (HIST 1113) HIST History of the United States II HIST 162L (HIST 1123) HIST **96 Topics in History HIST 220 HIST th Century Russia HIST Vietnam: War, Politics and Culture HIST 220 HIST History of New Mexico HIST 260 HIST The American West HIST Modern Latin American History HIST 282 Health Information Technology (HIT) All Health Information Technology courses transfer as HCHS* except as noted. Please note that course transferability does not ensure meeting specific degree requirements. HIT Medical Terminology and Anatomy as HSCI Health (HLTH) HLTH Introduction to Health Occupations as HCHS* HLTH Clinical Preparation as HSCI Hospitality and Tourism (HT) Please note that courses taken in this area at CNM cannot be applied towards the BBA degree at UNM. Course transferability does not ensure meeting specific degree requirements. MGTN (Management for non-majors) is the designation for transferable courses that do not meet degree requirements at the University of New Mexico Anderson Schools of Management. Only transferable courses are listed. HT **96 Topics Course as MGTN HT Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism Today as MGTN HT Tourism and the Hospitality Industry as MGTN HT Front Office Procedures as MGTN HT Hospitality Supervision as MGTN HT Hotel/Motel Housekeeping Management as MGTN HT Hotel/Motel Human Resources Management as MGTN HT Convention Management and Service as MGTN HT Hotel/Motel Food and Beverage Management as MGTN HT **96 Topics Course as MGTN HT Independent Study as MGTN HT Internship as MGTN

16 HT Marketing of Hospitality Services as MGTN HT Hospitality Sales and Marketing as MGTN HT Financial Accounting for the Hospitality Industry as MGTN HT Hospitality Industry Computer Systems as MGTN HT Hospitality Purchasing Management as MGTN HT Hospitality Law as MGTN HT Hospitality Industry Training as MGTN HT Leadership and Management in the Hospitality Industry as MGTN HT Managerial Decisions in the Hospitality Industry as MGTN Humanities (HUM) HUM Cultures and Civilization Ancient to Renaissance PHIL 111 HUM Cultures and Civilization Renaissance to Present HIST 102L (HIST 1063) HUM **96 Topics in Humanities International Business (IB) All International Business courses transfer as MGTN. Please note that course transferability does not ensure meeting specific degree requirements. MGTN (Management for non-majors) is the designation for transferable courses that do not meet degree requirements at the University of New Mexico Anderson Schools of Management.Contact the Anderson School of Management at for more Information Technology (IT) MGTN (Management for non-majors) is the designation for transferable courses that do not meet degree requirements at the University of New Mexico Anderson Schools of Management. Only transferable courses are listed. IT Introduction to Computers CS 150L IT Integrating Business and Technology as MGTN Journalism (JOUR) JOUR Writing for the Media I CJ 171L JOUR **96 Topics in Journalism JOUR Writing for the Media II CJ 271 JOUR Journalistic Practice Judicial Studies (JUD) All JUD courses transfer as BSTC* except COOP. Please note that course transferability does not ensure meeting specific degree requirements. Landscaping (LAND) Please note that course transferability does not ensure meeting specific degree requirements. Only transferable courses are listed. LAND Plant Science as LA LAND 101L 1192 Plant Science Lab as LA LAND Soil Science as LA LAND 102L 1292 Soil Science Lab as LA LAND Landscape Irrigation as LA LAND 103L 1392 Landscape Irrigation Lab as LA LAND Landscape Design as LA

17 LAND **96 Special Topics as LA LAND Independent Study as LA Mathematics (MATH) MATH Math for Elementary/ Middle School Teachers I MATH 111 MATH Math for Elementary /Middle School Teachers II MATH 112 MATH Methods of Problem Solving MATH Intermediate Algebra MATH 120 MATH College Algebra MATH 121 (MATH 1113) MATH College Algebra Workshop MATH 107 MATH A Survey of Mathematics MATH 129 MATH Introduction to Probability and Statistics STAT 145 MATH Geometry for Design MATH 129 MATH Trigonometry MATH 123 MATH Advanced Algebra MATH 150 MATH Elements of Calculus I MATH 180 (MATH 1613) MATH Elements of Calculus II MATH 181 MATH Calculus I MATH 162 (MATH 1614) MATH Calculus II MATH 163 MATH **96 Topics in Mathematics MATH Math for Elementary/Middle School Teachers III MATH 215 MATH Calculus III MATH 264 MATH Applied Linear Algebra MATH Applied Ordinary Differential Equations Medical Lab Technician (MLT) All Medical Lab Technician courses are transferable as MEDL. The courses below have s. Contact the UNM Medical Laboratory Sciences Program at for more MLT Clinical Urinalysis MEDL 350L MLT Immunology MEDL 315L MLT Clinical Hematology MEDL 320 MLT Clinical Immunohematology MEDL 340L MLT 209L 1692 Clinical Hematology Laboratory MEDL 321L MLT MLT Microbiology MEDL 330 MLT Clinical Chemistry MEDL 310 MLT 207L 2092 Clinical Chemistry Laboratory MEDL 311L MLT 206C 2590 Clinical MLT Microbiology MEDL 331L Military Science and Leadership (Army ROTC) (MSL) All Military Science and Leadership (Army ROTC) courses are transferable. Contact the Army ROTC Program at for more Manufacturing Technology Courses (MT) Please note that course transferability does not ensure meeting specific degree requirements. ENGN (Engineering for non-majors) is the designation for transferable courses that do not meet degree requirements at the University of New Mexico School of Engineering. Only transferable courses are listed. MT Applied Science as ENGN MT Materials Science I as ENGN MT Materials Science II as ENGN

18 Music (MUS) MUS Fundamentals of Music MUS 102 MUS Early Music Appreciation MUS 139 (MUSI 1113) MUS Modern Music Appreciation MUS 140 MUS Introduction to Jazz MUS 172 MUS **96 Topics in Music Naval Science Studies (NAVS) All Naval Science Studies courses are transferable. Contact the Naval ROTC Program at for more Natural Science (NS) NS Physical Science for Teachers NTSC 261L NS Life Science for Teachers NTSC 262L NS Environmental Science for Teachers NTSC 263L Nursing (NURS) All Nursing courses are transferable. Contact the UNM College of Nursing at for more The following course has a. NURS Pharmacology in Nursing NURS 238 Nutrition (NUTR) NUTR Personal and Practical Nutrition NUTR 120 NUTR Human Nutrition NUTR 244 NUTR **96 Topics in Nutrition NUTR 293 Philosophy (PHIL) PHIL Ethics in Society PHIL Introduction to Philosophical Thought PHIL 101 (PHIL 1113) PHIL Logic and Critical Thinking PHIL 156 PHIL **96 Topics in Philosophy PHIL 341 PHIL 245B 2245 Business Ethics PHIL 245 PHIL 245E 2246 Environmental Ethics PHIL 245 PHIL 245M 2247 Biomedical Ethics PHIL 245 PHIL 245T 2248 Ethics of Technology PHIL 245 PHIL Philosophy of Education PHIL Formal Logic Phlebotomy (PHLB) All Phlebotomy courses are transferable as HCHS*. Please note that course transferability does not ensure meeting specific degree requirements. Physics (PHYS) PHYS Introduction to Physics PHYC 102 PHYS Physics I PHYC 151 (PHYS 1114) PHYS 151L 1592 Physics I Lab PHYC 151L (PHYS 1114)

19 PHYS Physics II PHYC 152 (PHYS 1124) PHYS 152L 1692 Physics II Lab PHYC 152L (PHYS 1124) PHYS General Physics I PHYC 160 (PHYS 1214) PHYS 160L 1792 General Physics Lab I PHYC 160L (PHYS 1214) PHYS General Physics II PHYC 161 (PHYS 1224) PHYS 161L 1892 General Physics Lab II PHYC 161L (PHYS 1224) PHYS General Physics III PHYC 262 & 262L Paralegal Studies (PL) All Paralegal Studies courses are transferable as BSTC* except the courses listed below and COOP. COOP is not transferable. Please note that course transferability does not ensure meeting specific degree requirements. MGTN (Management for non-majors) is the designation for transferable courses that do not meet degree requirements at the University of New Mexico Anderson Schools of Management. PL Law Office Management as MGTN PL Mediation CJ 330 Political Science (PSCI) PSCI The Political World POLS 110 (POLS 1113) PSCI **96 Topics in Political Science POLS 299 PSCI U.S. Politics POLS 200 PSCI State and Local Politics POLS 299 PSCI Comparative Government and Politics POLS 220 PSCI International Politics POLS 240 PSCI Political Ideas POLS 260 Psychology (PSY) PSY Introduction to Psychology PSY 105 PSY Practical Psychology PSY 250 PSY **96 Topics in Psychology PSY 250 PSY Statistical Principles PSY 200 PSY Developmental Psychology PSY 220 PSY Human Sexuality PSY 231 PSY Clinical Psychology PSY 250 PSY Psychology and Film PSY 250 PSY Brain and Behavior PSY 240 PSY Psychology of Learning and Memory PSY 260 PSY Cognitive Psychology PSY 265 PSY Social Psychology PSY 271 PSY Death and Dying PSY 250 Radiologic Technology (RADT) Contact the UNM Radiologic Sciences Program at for more RADT Introduction to Radiologic Technology RADS 250 RADT Fundamentals of Radiography RADS 250 RADT 103L 1070 Radiographic Positioning I RADS 260 RADT 130C 1090 Clinical Radiography I RADS 275 RADT **96 Special Topics in Radiologic Technology

20 RADT Patient Care in Radiography RADT Radiobiology and Protection RADT 104L 1570 Radiographic Positioning II RADS 271 RADT 140C 1590 Clinical Radiography II RADS 355 RADT 202L 2010 Radiographic Imagining I RADT 230C 2090 Clinical Radiography III RADS 365 RADT 205L 2092} Radiographic Film Critique Lab} RADT } Intro to Quality Assurance } RADS 382 RADT Radiographic Imagining II RADS 290 RADT Radiographic Pathology RADS 391 RADT Radiographic Physics and Instrumentation RADS 352 RADT 240C 2490 Clinical Radiography IV RADS 390 RADT 250C 2890 Clinical Radiography V RADS 390 RADT Radiologic Technology Seminar Religion (RLGN) RLGN Living World Religions RELG 107 RLGN **96 Topics in Religious Studies RELG 247 RLGN Ancient Religions RELG 247 RLGN Eastern Religions RELG 263 Registered Nurse Refresher (RNR) RNR 255L 2010 Refresher Theory/Lab as NURS RNR 265C 2090 Refresher Clinical Experience as NURS Semiconductor Manufacturing Tech (SMT) All SMT courses transfer as ENGN. Please note that transferability does not ensure meeting specific degree requirements. ENGN (Engineering for non-majors) is the designation for transferable courses that do not meet degree requirements at The University of New Mexico School of Engineering. Sociology (SOC) SOC Introduction to Sociology SOC 101 (SOCI 1113) SOC **96 Topics in Sociology SOC Social Problems SOC 211 SOC Juvenile Delinquency SOC Deviant Behavior SOC 213 SOC Sociology of Corrections SOC Criminology SOC 205 SOC Ethnic and Minority Groups SOC 216 SOC Sociology of Family SOC 225 SOC Society and Personality SOC 230 SOC Sociology of Gender WMST 308 SOC Social Science Research SOC 280 Spanish (SPAN) SPAN Beginning Spanish I SPAN 101 SPAN Beginning Spanish II SPAN 102 SPAN Beginning Spanish I Conversation SPAN 103 SPAN Heritage Spanish Language SPAN 101 SPAN Heritage Spanish Language II SPAN 102

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