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Move beyond the basics with Excel. Link multiple worksheets/workbooks, outline and consolidate data, and create and use cell names for greater understanding and ease. Learn to sort and filter data, convert data ranges to tables and work with table formulas. Use hyperlinks, explore auditing and workbook protection features, and apply and create templates. Use backstage tools to modify application settings. Prerequisite: Excel: Beginning or equivalent experience.

Section Spring 2

52162
$259
4/6/20 - 4/10/20
Mon, Wed, Fri 6:00 PM ‐ 9:00 PM
Sonja Dewing
CE Online

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Start using the three basic applications for Microsoft Office: Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Topics include creating/revising documents, assembling and presenting slideshows, and building spreadsheets. Lessons are presented in bite‐sized modules so you can apply what you've learned right away. Prerequisite: Basic computer experience.

Section Spring 1

52030
$195
4/14/20 - 4/16/20
Tue, Thu 1:00 PM ‐ 4:00 PM
Rav Nicholson
CE Online

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Learn how to constructively communicate in difficult and uncomfortable situations Get tools to enhance your day‐to‐day conversations that can positively impact your professional and personal life

Section Spring 1

22284
$400
4/16/20 - 4/30/20
Thu 9:00 AM ‐ 4:00 PM
Anne Lightsey
UNM Main Campus

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Learners will study those communication best practices best suited to remote communication in particular. We'll focus on identifying strategies that not only work for both speaker and listener, or writer and reader, but that can succeed even in the absence of tone and body language. We'll also cover norms for communicating via online, visual platforms like Zoom.

Section Spring 1

20222
$45
4/21/20
Tue 1:00 PM ‐ 3:00 PM
Various Instructor
CE Online

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Section Spring 1

20222
$45
4/23/20
Thu 1:00 PM ‐ 3:00 PM
Various Instructor
CE Online

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Data literacy is a crucial but rare skill to have for any modern‐day business. Our bootcamp curriculum teaches working professionals how to extract actionable insights from data enabling you to solve real‐world problems in the shortest duration possible. A series of live in‐person instructor‐led tutorials will teach you the fundamentals of data science and equip you with skills in R programming and Azure machine learning tools for data science. Our carefully crafted curriculum provides the right mix of theoretical concepts, hands‐on practical exercises, and business interpretation of results.

Section Spring 2

61220
$2,799
4/27/20 - 8/3/20
Mon 5:00 AM ‐ 8:00 AM
Continuing Education Staff
CE Online

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Use Excel Pivot Tables to efficiently extract meaningful information from large tables of data. Understand pivot table requirements and capabilities. Extract custom data subsets, perform summary calculations, create interactive pivot charts, and format reports. Enhance your knowledge of chart types to create custom charts, applying advanced chart design techniques. Prerequisite: Intermediate Excel.

Section Spring 1

52166
$195
4/28/20 - 4/30/20
Tue, Thu 1:00 PM ‐ 4:00 PM
Rav Nicholson
CE South Building

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Learners will review the basic principles of change management and of emotional intelligence, as well as the overlap between these two concepts, as applied to a time of uncertainty. We'll learn about the typical needs and fears of any employee and/or leader and apply practical strategies for moving through change while not knowing the destination. Learners will identify and discuss strategies for helping employees focus during a time of uncertainty.

Section Spring 1

20222
$45
4/28/20
Tue 1:00 PM ‐ 3:00 PM
Various Instructor
CE Online

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Remote and virtual teams can still feel like they're together if we take the right steps to maintain camaraderie, trust, fun, and morale while working physically apart from one another. We'll discuss strategies for feeling connected, building trust, and keeping employees engaged.

Section Spring 1

20222
$45
4/30/20
Thu 1:00 PM ‐ 3:00 PM
Various Instructor
CE Online

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Online courses are now standard learning environments, so it's important that you know how to develop them. This class focuses on building online course components that maximize content comprehension in an online environment. You'll study how to incorporate activities and other course content that encourages interaction and enhances student engagement. You'll also build your knowledge of common course development activities, including discussion sessions, uploading assignments, adding video and other media, and developing assessments. Prerequisite: Instructional Systems Design.

Section Spring 1

23045
$595
5/4/20 - 6/8/20
Mon 5:30 PM ‐ 8:30 PM and Mon 5:30 PM ‐ 8:30 PM
Ludmila Layne
CE South Building, Online Course

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Participate in an extensive review of the Project Management Body of Knowledge. Determine what you need to learn with an overview of PMP exam topics, and identify the most important exam topics. Recommended prerequisite: Practical Project Management or previous experience in project management. Required texts: Rita Mulcahy's PMP Exam Prep, 9th ed., Rita Mulcahy (provided in this class); A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide), 6th ed., Project Management Institute (this book is not provided in prerequisite class).

Section Spring 1

21015
$895
5/4/20 - 5/21/20
Mon, Thu 5:00 PM ‐ 8:00 PM
Diane Klenda
CE Online

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Speaking effectively in business, educational, organizational or social settings involves communicating with clarity, purpose and confidence. This interactive course will help you become confident and engage your audience and, if you're like many people and dread public speaking, you'll learn techniques to help reduce anxiety or fear. We'll review communication elements, examine speech formats including short talks, ''elevator'' and impromptu speeches, long and short form presentations and discover how to handle various audiences, locations, audio/visual aids and props, limitations and surprises. The class includes exercises, writing/formatting, practice presentations and opportunities for you to learn what methods work for you. Techniques to build confidence in planning, preparing and preparing speeches will be studied and you will learn the process of how to take a speech concept from start to finish. The class is designed to be experiential and supportive. Materials and resources will be provided in class.

Section Spring 1

22000
$195
5/5/20 - 5/26/20
Tue 4:00 PM ‐ 6:00 PM
Ellen Welker
CE South Building

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Use Microsoft Project 2016 as your Project Management Information System (PMIS). Learn how to outline and build a specific project plan step‐by‐step, incorporating complex relationships between tasks and resources. Design a Work Breakdown Structure to ensure completion of the project, set realistic schedules, make accurate estimates, and manage the expectations of customers. Prerequisite: Basic computer experience. Required text:Microsoft Project 2016: Step by Step, 1st ed., Carl Chatfield and Timothy Johnson. (This book is also required for the MS Project Module 1, 2, and 3) The textbook is only provided in MS Module 1 class.

Section Spring 1

21025
$295
5/5/20 - 5/7/20
Tue, Thu 1:00 PM ‐ 5:00 PM
Mary Byrd
CE South Building

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With change and uncertainty also come new opportunities, and many leaders will find themselves looking to reorg their teams and individual employee assignments to protect as many jobs as possible. Learners will discuss ways to identify employees with flexible skills, and build agility into teams. We'll also discuss the five levels of delegation, strategize ways to begin delegating in a remote setting.

Section Spring 1

20222
$45
5/5/20
Tue 1:00 PM ‐ 3:00 PM
Various Instructor
CE Online

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Leaders are facing new considerations in their management practices, and quite suddenly. This course will feature shared best practices about communication, supervision, one‐on‐ones, and check‐ins in a remote setting. We'll also discuss how to strike the right balance between offering flexibility for parents and other employees facing complex circumstances, while also clarifying expectations.

Section Spring 1

20222
$45
5/7/20
Thu 1:00 PM ‐ 3:00 PM
Various Instructor
CE Online

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Track the use of resources and materials accurately, and assure the success of any project! Learn to fine‐tune schedule and cost estimates with resources using MS Project 2016. Explore trade‐off analysis between cost, time and scope. Implement a tracking system for reporting project progress. Prerequisite: MS Project Module 1: Project Plan Definition. Required text: Microsoft Project 2016 Step by Step, 1st ed., Carl Chatfield and Timothy Johnson (provided in MS Project Module 1 only).

Section Spring 1

21030
$295
5/12/20 - 5/14/20
Tue, Thu 1:00 PM ‐ 5:00 PM
Mary Byrd
CE South Building

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Data literacy is a crucial but rare skill to have for any modern‐day business. Our bootcamp curriculum teaches working professionals how to extract actionable insights from data enabling you to solve real‐world problems in the shortest duration possible. A series of live in‐person instructor‐led tutorials will teach you the fundamentals of data science and equip you with skills in R programming and Azure machine learning tools for data science. Our carefully crafted curriculum provides the right mix of theoretical concepts, hands‐on practical exercises, and business interpretation of results.

Section Spring 3

61220
$2,799
5/12/20 - 8/11/20
Tue 6:00 PM ‐ 9:00 PM
Continuing Education Staff
CE Online

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Why can't we all just get along? Wouldn't it be nice if everyone just really liked each other in your office and there was never any conflict? Unfortunately, that is not always the case. Conflict happens every day, and conflict, when handled correctly, can actually increase your creativity and your productivity. Understand the warning signs that conflict is coming and how to prevent it or decrease the impact. Learn to value the differences between team members and how to move to productive and positive outcomes.

Section Spring 2

22301
$195
5/18/20 - 5/22/20
Mon, Wed, Fri 1:00 PM ‐ 4:00 PM
Linda Strauss
CE South Building

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Learn to develop a comprehensive project management information system infrastructure and design advanced reports to meet project communication requirements. Create and manage custom fields, reports and calendars. Develop and use a shared resource pool and project templates. Prepare project information to publish online. Share project information with other software. Review system requirements for workgroup collaboration and various add‐on products. Prerequisite: MS Project Module 2: Budgeting and Tracking. Required text: Microsoft Project 2016 Step by Step, 1st ed., Carl Chatfield and Timothy Johnson (provided in MS Project Module 1 only).

Section Spring 1

21041
$295
5/26/20 - 5/28/20
Tue, Thu 1:00 PM ‐ 5:00 PM
Mary Byrd
CE South Building

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Curious about the law? This camp will introduce kids to the legal process through hands‐on participation in a mock trial. Led by an experienced judge and mock trial coach, participants will enhance their skills in public speaking, critical thinking and organization as they make their case. Families are invited to a mock trial presentation on the last day.

Section Summer 1

17533
$169
6/8/20 - 6/12/20
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 1:00 PM ‐ 4:30 PM and Fri 1:00 PM ‐ 4:30 PM
Frank Sedillo
CE South Building, Metropolitan Court

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In this section, the student will review the following topics:

Section Summer 1

37150
$1,200
6/8/20 - 8/14/20
12:00 AM ‐ 12:00 AM
Norman Colter
Online Course

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In this section, student will review the following topics:

Section Summer 1

37150
$1,200
6/8/20 - 8/14/20
12:00 AM ‐ 12:00 AM
Norman Colter
Online Course

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In this section, student will review the following topics:

Section Summer 1

37150
$1,200
6/8/20 - 8/14/20
12:00 AM ‐ 12:00 AM
Norman Colter
Online Course

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In this section, student will review the following topics:

Section Summer 1

37150
$1,200
6/8/20 - 8/14/20
12:00 AM ‐ 12:00 AM
Norman Colter
Online Course

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Learn how to constructively communicate in difficult and uncomfortable situations Get tools to enhance your day‐to‐day conversations that can positively impact your professional and personal life

Section Summer 1

22284
$400
6/10/20 - 6/24/20
Wed 9:00 AM ‐ 4:00 PM
Anne Lightsey
UNM Main Campus

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Learn the most effective methods to create, modify, format, and print Microsoft Excel worksheets. Enter and edit data and apply basic formulas and functions to summarize data. Explore custom formatting features, such as fonts and conditional formatting. Create and format charts, insert and modify graphics and set print options. Prerequisite: Windows: Beginning or equivalent experience.

Section Summer 1

52161
$259
6/23/20 - 6/30/20
Tue, Thu 1:00 PM ‐ 4:00 PM
Rav Nicholson
CE South Building

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Gain an understanding of the general legal principles of real estate, focusing primarily on contract and agency law. Learn the current rules and regulations of the New Mexico Real Estate Commission. Earn accreditation toward the New Mexico state licensure examination with successful completion of this course. The student is responsible for the textbooks. It can be obtained from any online resources or from our registration office. The textbooks are required at the first day of the class, please make sure to have them available.

Section Summer 1

37400
$375
7/13/20 - 7/24/20
Mon, Wed, Thu, Fri 5:00 PM ‐ 9:30 PM
Jim Stringfield
CE South Building

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Understand the basic concepts of database use and how to most effectively design your database using Microsoft Access. Design basic tables and add, edit, locate, sort, filter, and delete data. Set field properties, work with input masks, and set validation rules. Learn to design and apply queries and reports to make it easier to accomplish everyday database tasks. In addition, get an introduction to basic forms. Prerequisite: Windows: Beginning or equivalent experience.

Section Summer 1

52181
$259
7/13/20 - 7/17/20
Mon, Wed, Fri 1:00 PM ‐ 4:00 PM
Rick Berg
CE South Building

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Learn how to constructively communicate in difficult and uncomfortable situations Get tools to enhance your day‐to‐day conversations that can positively impact your professional and personal life

Section Summer 2

22284
$400
7/15/20 - 7/29/20
Wed 9:00 AM ‐ 4:00 PM
Anne Lightsey
UNM Main Campus

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Go beyond the basics using queries to answer specific questions and develop summaries with Access. Create and enhance custom forms, a main form with sub‐forms, and custom reports. In addition, learn how to identify and create relationships. Prerequisite: Access: Beginning or equivalent experience.

Section Summer 1

52182
$259
7/20/20 - 7/24/20
Mon, Wed, Fri 1:00 PM ‐ 4:00 PM
Rick Berg
CE South Building

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Gain a basic knowledge of the real estate business, covering all aspects of the profession. Study real estate finance and appraisal methods, Earn accreditation toward the New Mexico state licensure examination with successful completion of this course. Textbook: Same textbook as Course#37400 Real Estate Law.

Section Summer 1

37401
$375
7/27/20 - 8/7/20
Mon, Wed, Thu, Fri 5:00 PM ‐ 9:30 PM
Jim Stringfield
CE South Building

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Move beyond the basics with Excel. Link multiple worksheets/workbooks, outline and consolidate data, and create and use cell names for greater understanding and ease. Learn to sort and filter data, convert data ranges to tables and work with table formulas. Use hyperlinks, explore auditing and workbook protection features, and apply and create templates. Use backstage tools to modify application settings. Prerequisite: Excel: Beginning or equivalent experience.

Section Summer 1

52162
$259
7/28/20 - 8/4/20
Tue, Thu 1:00 PM ‐ 4:00 PM
Rav Nicholson
CE South Building

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Curious about the law? This camp will introduce kids to the legal process through hands‐on participation in a mock trial. Led by an experienced judge and mock trial coach, participants will enhance their skills in public speaking, critical thinking and organization as they make their case. Families are invited to a mock trial presentation on the last day.

Section Summer 2

17533
$169
8/3/20 - 8/7/20
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 1:00 PM ‐ 4:30 PM and Fri 1:00 PM ‐ 4:30 PM
Frank Sedillo
CE South Building, Metropolitan Court

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Understand the most ecent changes made to the New Mexico Real Estate Licensing regulations! This 30 hourse class satisfies one of the requirements necessary to become a licenced real estate broker in New Mexico. Learn about agency relationships and law, listing and purchasing agreements, risk management, trust account responsibilities, and other related subjects. Textbook: Same textbook as Course#37400 Real Estates Law. If you need more informaiton about textbook, please contact instructor, Jim Stringfield, at jim@west2myhome.com Note:

Section Fall 1

37402
$375
8/10/20 - 8/21/20
Mon, Wed, Thu, Fri 5:00 PM ‐ 9:30 PM
Jim Stringfield
CE South Building

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Technology - Upcoming Classes

Class Name

IT professionals are constantly challenged to keep up with the increasing security threats we are all facing. There are lots of courses that teach defense in various forms, but few that show you what the hackers are really doing. People who learn ethical hacking are called ''security testers'' or ''penetration testers'' (or, more commonly, ''pen testers''). Very large enterprises employ outside pen testers to attempt to crack their systems, and there is a growing demand for dedicated pros. But the pen testing skills are also valuable for IT staff in smaller operations because they can get most of the benefits at a much lower cost in‐house. This class takes you beyond certificates like Network+ and Security+ and teaches you the current, real tools and techniques that hackers and social engineers are using against you and the people you support. This is the first course of two. Prerequisites: A minimum of two years of advanced technical support, or recent completion of the Network+ and Security+ or similar. Students must be comfortable working in a Linux environment, have a strong knowledge of networking and good diagnostic skills. Experience with coding is strongly recommended, while competent typing and computer usage skills are mandatory.

Section Spring 1

63135
$1,295
4/7/20 - 4/30/20
Tue, Thu 2:00 PM ‐ 5:30 PM
Glenn Norman
CE Online

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WHY WOULD YOU BENEFIT FROM NETWORK+? CompTIA Network+ helps develop a career in IT infrastructure, covering troubleshooting, configuring and managing networks.

Section Spring 1

63312
$1,250
4/13/20 - 4/29/20
Mon, Wed, Fri 2:00 PM ‐ 5:30 PM
Glenn Norman
CE Online

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Move beyond the basics of QGIS and learn how to use Plugins, add basemaps to QGIS Desktop. Create joins, work with selections, develop new attribute columns, create and populate a SpatiaLite and GeoPackage databases, georeference imagery, edit vector data, and use the Processing Toolbox to geoprocess data. Geoprocessing tools to be introduced include clip, dissolve, buffer, hillshade, slope and aspect. QGIS certification included in registration fee. Prerequisite: QGIS: Beginning. Required Text: Discover QGIS 3.x ‐ https://locatepress.com/dq3

Section Spring 1

69322
$425
4/14/20 - 4/23/20
Tue, Thu 2:00 PM ‐ 5:00 PM
Kurt Menke
CE South Building

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Explore design ideas using basic drawing techniques and the latest digital software ‐ with a primary focus on the creation of computer‐modeled 3D objects within a 2D display environment! Learn how to integrate various software packages with Sketch Up, and create 3 dimensional geometry using the 2‐dimensional surfaces of lines, circles, polygons, arcs and freehand curves. Note: The texbook is included in the cost of this class. Prerequisites: a basic working knowledge of computers and the Windows operating environment. Knowledge of any .DWG compatible CAD software program will be helpful during some classes.

Section Spring 1

69116
$895
4/15/20 - 5/6/20
Mon, Wed 6:00 PM ‐ 9:00 PM
Gathen Garcia
CE South Building

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Learn advanced hands?on techniques in GIS. Topics include working with extensions such as Spatial Analyst and 3D Analyst. Learn how to work with raster data and work with ArcScene to build 3D scenes. Batch process data in ArcToolBox, create your own toolboxes, and automate workflows by building a model in Model Builder. Prerequisite: 69306

Section Spring 1

69307
$525
4/16/20 - 5/9/20
Tue, Thu 6:00 PM ‐ 8:00 PM and Sat 1:00 PM ‐ 3:00 PM
Sandeep Talasila
CE South Building

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Learn the basic functions of the latest Windows operating system and how to customize its setup. Work with files and folders, shortcuts and properties. Resize windows, use the taskbar, start menu and recycle bin, and get an introduction to shortcuts. In addition, explore popular software and get started with launching programs. Note: See Course Skills Assessment. Prerequisite: 51010 or basic computer experience.

Section Spring 1

51101
$269
4/23/20 - 4/30/20
Tue, Thu 6:00 PM ‐ 9:00 PM
Bryan O'Neill
CE South Building

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WHY IS IT DIFFERENT? No other certification that assesses baseline cybersecurity skills has performance‐based questions on the exam. Security+ emphasizes hands‐on practical skills, ensuring the security professional is better prepared to problem solve a wider variety of issues.

Section Spring 1

63511
$1,250
4/24/20 - 5/11/20
Mon, Wed, Fri 2:00 PM ‐ 5:30 PM
Glenn Norman
CE South Building

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Building on the skills learned in part 1, this course studies tools further and adds an increasing emphasis on studying for the Certified Ethical Hacker test. Sample tests, questions and materials both from our textbook and from online sources will help you measure your abilities. Students will practice using live tools against live targets to learn exactly what you see when you're hacking, and how to find vulnerabilities and exploits. Both online and physical materials are free for students to continue using, and students are welcome to join a hacking and learning community. Prerequisites: Successful completion of Ethical Hacking Part 1 (63135), with demonstrated ability in using basic hacking tools. Students must display competent basic hacking skills.

Section Spring 1

63136
$1,295
5/5/20 - 5/26/20
Tue, Thu 2:00 PM ‐ 6:00 PM
Glenn Norman
CE Online

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Learn advanced data visualization techniques only available in QGIS such as Blending Modes, Live Layer Effects, working with the Time Manager, Geometry generators, implementing expression based symbology and working with Mesh data. Learn how features such as Editing in Place and Editing widgets can lead to more efficient workflows. Create animations in the new 3D environment. Learn how to use the Processing Modeler to automate workflows. Work with linear networks to find the shortest route. Process raster data and work with hydrologic modeling tools. QGIS certification included in registration fee. Prerequisite: QGIS: Intermediate. Required Text: Discover QGIS 3.x ‐ https://locatepress.com/dq3

Section Spring 1

69323
$425
5/14/20 - 5/26/20
Tue, Thu 2:00 PM ‐ 5:00 PM
Kurt Menke
CE South Building

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In AutoCAD 1, you will learn to navigate the AutoCAD user interface and utilize the fundamental features of AutoCAD. You will learn the essential drafting tools to develop accurate technical drawings and discover ways to present drawings that are detailed and technically accurate. •

Section Summer 1

69111
$895
6/1/20 - 6/22/20
Mon, Wed 6:00 PM ‐ 9:00 PM
Gathen Garcia
CE South Building

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Essentials of Hardware and Operating Systems This CompTIA course is the first of two courses designed to prepare you for A+ certification. Successful completion of the course validates knowledge of basic computer hardware and operating systems, including how to install, build, upgrade, repair, configure, troubleshoot, optimize, diagnose and perform preventive maintenance. Customer service and security skills are also covered. Notes: The textbook and one exam voucher are included in the cost of this class. Both A+ vouchers will be issued upon request after completion of course 63134. These vouchers may be requested up to six months after completing both courses 63131 and 63134. Prerequisite: Basic computer experience.

Section Summer1

63131
$1,250
6/15/20 - 7/8/20
Mon, Wed 1:00 PM ‐ 5:00 PM
Glenn Norman
CE South Building

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Learn the basic functions of the latest Windows operating system and how to customize its setup. Work with files and folders, shortcuts and properties. Resize windows, use the taskbar, start menu and recycle bin, and get an introduction to shortcuts. In addition, explore popular software and get started with launching programs. Note: See Course Skills Assessment. Prerequisite: 51010 or basic computer experience.

Section Summer1

51101
$269
6/22/20 - 6/26/20
Mon, Wed, Fri 6:00 PM ‐ 9:00 PM
Bryan O'Neill
CE South Building

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Designed to build on the skills acquired in the AutoCAD Level I class, this course introduces the student to both basic and advanced dimensioning and dynamic block techniques with AutoCAD. The AutoCAD topics covered in this Level II course include using the geometry calculator and selection filters; drawing and editing polylines, multilines, and splines; inserting fields and tables, dimensioning techniques; assigning block attributes, using externally referenced drawings, and creating sheet sets.

Section Summer1

69112
$895
7/6/20 - 7/27/20
Mon, Wed 6:00 PM ‐ 9:00 PM
Gathen Garcia
CE South Building

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This CompTIA course is the second of two courses for the A+ certification. Learn to troubleshoot and repair the systems studied in the first A+ course. Problem‐solving scenarios help students learn basic networking and OS management while preparing them to succeed on the certification exam. Notes: The textbook and one exam voucher are included in the cost of this class. Both A+ vouchers will be issued upon request after completion of course 63134. These vouchers may be requested up to six months after completing both courses 63131 and 63134. Prerequisite: 63131 or equivalent experience.

Section Summer 1

63134
$1,250
7/13/20 - 7/29/20
Mon, Wed 1:00 PM ‐ 5:00 PM
Glenn Norman
CE South Building

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WHY WOULD YOU BENEFIT FROM NETWORK+? CompTIA Network+ helps develop a career in IT infrastructure, covering troubleshooting, configuring and managing networks.

Section Summer 1

63312
$1,250
8/10/20 - 8/31/20
Mon, Wed 1:00 PM ‐ 5:00 PM
Glenn Norman
CE South Building

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Explore design ideas using basic drawing techniques and the latest digital software ‐ with a primary focus on the creation of computer‐modeled 3D objects within a 2D display environment! Learn how to integrate various software packages with Sketch Up, and create 3 dimensional geometry using the 2‐dimensional surfaces of lines, circles, polygons, arcs and freehand curves. Note: The texbook is included in the cost of this class. Prerequisites: a basic working knowledge of computers and the Windows operating environment. Knowledge of any .DWG compatible CAD software program will be helpful during some classes.

Section Summer1

69116
$895
8/10/20 - 8/31/20
Mon, Wed 6:00 PM ‐ 9:00 PM
Gathen Garcia
CE South Building

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Digital Arts - Upcoming Classes

Class Name

Produce great digital pictures of people, indoors or outside. This class covers the basics of posing and lighting your subjects to get the look you want and to get the best results from your photos. Learn to take quality candid photos of adults and children at work or at play. Discuss the importance of lighting and lens selection. Use the techniques learned to photograph your classmates on a special class field trip. Prerequisite: 55801 or equivalent experience. Required Equipment: Digital camera with manual capabilities.

Section Spring 1

55825
$269
4/13/20 - 4/27/20
Mon 6:00 PM ‐ 8:00 PM and Sat 1:30 PM ‐ 3:00 PM
Pat Berrett
CE South Building, Offsite

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Build dynamic and interactive web pages using JavaScript. Develop a familiarity with fundamental scripting concepts such as variables, functions, and loops. Learn how to create image rollovers and pop‐up windows, and use the Document Object Model (DOM) for basic client web applications. Prerequisite: 58111. Suggested: 58112 or 58401.

Section SPB‐PD

58411
$395
4/13/20 - 4/22/20
Mon, Wed 6:00 PM ‐ 9:00 PM
Jeff Brody
CE Online

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Are you switching to InDesign? Do you have experience with PageMaker, Publisher, or QuarkXPress? Do you need to get up and running quickly? Get a fast‐paced introduction to all the basic InDesign tools and techniques. We cover character formatting, working with blocks of text, creating and working with simple graphics, as well as importing text and graphics from other applications. Prerequisite: Working knowledge of any page layout software.

Section Spring 1

56126
$269
4/18/20
Sat 8:00 AM ‐ 5:00 PM
Adele Gangai
CE South Building

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Explore the language of visual communication by looking at design's rich history. Topics covered include the development of visual communications from the earliest pictographs to the work of contemporary designers and illustrators. Students complete a design project by the last class. Note: Equipment and materials cost about $25; a materials list will be available the first day of class. Suggested text: A History of Graphic Design by Philip B. Meggs. Prerequisite: None. Suggested: 55101.

Section Spring 1

55321
$269
4/20/20 - 4/27/20
Mon, Wed 6:00 PM ‐ 9:00 PM
Kevin Glasgow
CE South Building

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Photo 1 covers the basics of successfully taking good photos. But what makes a good photo? The class starts with a focus on the exposure triangle, which consists of aperture, shutter speed and ISO, and how using these settings correctly makes for exact exposure, but also opens a world of creative control over your images. It then covers depth of field, white balance, and the basic elements of photographic composition. We move from using natural light to an introduction of studio lighting. Reviewing the work of master photographers gives creative input to your own practice. Bring your digital camera and extra batteries to class.

Section Spring 2

55801
$269
4/20/20 - 4/27/20
Mon, Wed 1:00 PM ‐ 4:00 PM
Reinhard Lorenz
CE South Building

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Build on the design principles introduced in the introductory class. Learn effective visual communication through the use of marketing standards, color, creativity and graphic style. Estimating, art direction and working with clients and vendors are also addressed. Students complete comprehensive layouts for a project of their choice. Equipment and materials cost about $25. A materials list will be available the first day of class. Prerequisite: Graphic Design I or equivalent experience.

Section Spring 2

55102
$269
4/21/20 - 4/28/20
Tue 6:00 PM ‐ 9:00 PM and Thu, Tue 6:00 PM ‐ 9:00 PM
Zac Van Note
CE South Building

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Learn how the cool tricks get done with HTML5, CSS3, and Javascript. We will learn about semantic elements such as nav, header and footer, and find out about native browser features such as audio, video, and the form input elements. Then we'll explore advanced features of CSS3 like drop shadows, rounded corners, and web fonts. We will conclude with an exploration of some of the Web APIs like canvas, drag‐and‐drop and web storage. Prerequisites: 58411. Recommended: 84071 or a basic understanding of Javascript.

Section SPA‐PD

58415
$395
4/27/20 - 5/6/20
Mon, Wed 6:00 PM ‐ 9:00 PM
Jeff Brody
CE Online

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Get an introduction to Logic Pro's primary features and basic user interface. Students learn how to generate a customized audio and MIDI configuration that will seamlessly integrate with their own personal production studio. Students also create their own song using Logic Pro's comprehensive array of software instruments, Apple Loops, and DSP effects. In‐depth lessons cover MIDI and audio recording, streamlined editing, and arrangement techniques, user defined key commands, automation, using external MIDI controllers, mixing, and creating final output. Notes: This is an AATC course. The textbook and one Apple Certification Exam Session is included in the cost of this class. The exam may be taken up to six months after completion of the class. This class has a 14‐day advance notice cancellation policy. Prerequisite: 54101 or basic knowledge of Mac OS X. Suggested: 57601 or basic knowledge of audio terminology.

Section Spring 1

57981
$995
4/29/20 - 5/27/20
Mon, Wed 6:00 PM ‐ 9:00 PM
Joey Belville
CE South Building

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In the past, aerial photography had to be shot from manned aircraft. The hugely expanding field of Unmanned Aerial Systems (or drones) has opened up new opportunities for aerial photographers. Drones can make citizens feel like masters of the sky while the FAA scrambles to keep up with regulating unmanned aircraft. Take a close look at these gadgets, how they work, why they are in such demand, and why safety is so important yet so often overlooked. We will discuss the process of flying the drone, operating the camera, downloading the footage and editing it. Weather permitting, a flight demo will be included. Prerequisite: 55801 or equivalent experience.

Section Spring 1

55836
$125
5/2/20
Sat 12:00 PM ‐ 3:00 PM
Mary Elkins
CE South Building

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Explore the process of designing a website, including conceptualizing, structuring, and applying design principles to create visually appealing and highly usable solutions. With an emphasis on design principles and information architecture best practices, topics include setting up a site map, designing an interface, and creating comprehensive storyboards. Prerequisites: 55101 or equivalent experience and working knowledge of the Internet.

Section Spring 1

55125
$269
5/4/20 - 5/11/20
Mon 6:00 PM ‐ 9:00 PM and Wed, Mon 6:00 PM ‐ 9:00 PM
Denise Weaver Ross
CE South Building

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Continue to unfold the beauty and joy of digital photography. Fine‐tune your photographic skills by understanding how you can set up your shots to get consistently good results and by practicing new composition techniques. Learn the basics of product photography, including how to set up shots for the Web, eBay and/or arts and crafts shows. Make the most of your camera through a deeper understanding of how the digital imaging system works and enhance your creative control over the image in printing and electronic display. Bring your digital camera, manual, and extra batteries to class. Prerequisite: Photography 1 or equivalent experience.

Section Spring 1

55802
$325
5/6/20 - 5/13/20
Wed, Thu 6:00 PM ‐ 9:00 PM and Sat 2:00 PM ‐ 5:00 PM
Reinhard Lorenz
CE South Building, Offsite

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Use Adobe Illustrator to create vector art in both color and black and white. Learn the basic tools and techniques, including geometric and freeform drawing tools, transformation tools and path editing, paint and type tools, and exporting art for output. Special emphasis is given to the ways Illustrator facilitates drawing. Prerequisite: Familiarity and some practice with Illustrator.

Section Spring 1

56219
$269
5/9/20
Sat 8:00 AM ‐ 5:00 PM
Thomas Gagliano
CE South Building

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Get an introduction to the open‐source web programming language, PHP, and discover why so many web developers prefer to use it with MySQL (an open‐source database technology) for their data‐driven applications. Learn the basics of the PHP language and how to use PHP to generate your HTML. Get acquainted with the MySQL database, and learn to use PHP and MySQL together. Develop real world web‐based applications in class. Prerequisite: 58111 or equivalent experience.

Section spring 1

59411
$395
5/11/20 - 5/20/20
Mon, Wed 6:00 PM ‐ 9:00 PM
Jeff Brody
CE Online

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This class takes you through the stages of a real film production in fast‐forward mode. In a few sessions you will prepare, shoot, and edit a short film. Class 1 is an intro that gives an overview of the project and assigns students to tasks; Class 2 is preproduction; Class 3 is Production/Shooting; and Class 4 is the Postproduction. You will have access to an editing lab outside of class to work on the project. The short film will be premiered at Continuing Education with a Q&A and reception with the film crew. Be part of this crew with filmmaker, director, and producer Reinhard Lorenz!

Section Spring 1

55925
$395
5/12/20 - 5/19/20
Tue, Thu 6:00 PM ‐ 9:00 PM and Sat 10:00 AM ‐ 5:00 PM
Reinhard Lorenz
CE South Building, Offsite

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Learn the fundamentals of animating digital images and title sequences to integrate them into live action. In this exploration of motion graphics and visual effects, topics include: setting up a composition, keyframe techniques, layer essentials, adjustment layers, creating and synchronizing motion, 3D space, camera and lighting basics, and creating animated text. Additional exercises may include green screen work, sky replacement, tracking and rotoscoping. Prerequisite: 51101 or 54101 or basic computer experience. Suggested: 57311 or 57911.

Section Spring 1

57411
$495
5/21/20 - 6/6/20
Tue, Thu 6:00 PM ‐ 9:00 PM and Sat 1:00 PM ‐ 5:00 PM
Dan Galassini
CE South Building

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Learn to create effective layouts for any graphic design project. Discover the principles of design for clear and attractive visual communication. Topics include an introduction to advertising, publication, and web design; logos; layout; typography; and color theory. Note: Equipment and materials cost about $25; a materials list will be available the first day of class. Prerequisite: None.

Section Summer 1

55101
$269
6/2/20 - 6/9/20
Tue, Thu 6:00 PM ‐ 9:00 PM
Zac Van Note
CE South Building

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Photo 1 covers the basics of successfully taking good photos. But what makes a good photo? The class starts with a focus on the exposure triangle, which consists of aperture, shutter speed and ISO, and how using these settings correctly makes for exact exposure, but also opens a world of creative control over your images. It then covers depth of field, white balance, and the basic elements of photographic composition. We move from using natural light to an introduction of studio lighting. Reviewing the work of master photographers gives creative input to your own practice. Prerequisite: None.Prerequisite: None. NOTE: Bring your digital camera and extra batteries to class.

Section Summer 1

55801
$269
6/6/20 - 6/20/20
Sat 2:00 PM ‐ 5:00 PM
Pat Berrett
CE South Building

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Adobe created this outstanding Creative Suite of programs: InDesign CC, Illustrator CC, Photoshop CC, Dreamweaver CC, Flash Professional CC, Bridge and Acrobat. This class is designed to provide a hands‐on overview of these programs in order to help you make the most of your creative ideas. Whether you're using Mac or Windows, discover how the Adobe Creative Suite of programs allows you to design beautiful layouts, create great illustrations, edit your photos, build websites, work with interactive animations, optimize graphics and more. Prerequisite: Basic computer experience.

Section Summer 1

56005
$195
6/6/20 - 6/13/20
Sat 1:00 PM ‐ 5:00 PM
Adele Gangai
CE South Building

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GGet hands‐on training with the Mac's latest user‐friendly operating system. Learn the basics of file management, navigating the Finder, setting up the Dock, customizing preferences, creating and saving files and backing up your computer. Become familiar with the concepts of peripherals, utility applications and cloud computing with iCloud. Note: http://ce.unm.edu/assets/pdf/digital‐arts/digital‐arts‐course‐skills‐assessment.pdf?utm_source=lumens&utm_medium=course‐description&utm_campaign=da‐skills‐assessment. Prerequisite: 54010 or equivalent experience.

Section Summer 1

54101
$269
6/15/20 - 6/19/20
Mon, Wed, Fri 6:00 PM ‐ 9:00 PM
Bryan O'Neill
CE South Building

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Explore the differences between raster and vector graphics and determine which is best for each project. Understand key file formats such as TIFF, JPEG, EPS, PDF, native, RAW data, and discover how they import work within Adobe and other software programs. Additional topics include RGB, CMYK, spot and Web color systems, and digital camera resolution conversions. This course provides important foundation information for all graphics software used in digital arts. Prerequisite: 51101 or 54101 or basic computer experience.

Section Summer 1

56101
$269
6/15/20 - 6/19/20
Mon, Wed, Fri 6:00 PM ‐ 9:00 PM
Adele Gangai
CE South Building

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Continue to unfold the beauty and joy of digital photography. Fine‐tune your photographic skills by understanding how you can set up your shots to get consistently good results and by practicing new composition techniques. Learn the basics of product photography, including how to set up shots for the Web, eBay and/or arts and crafts shows. Make the most of your camera through a deeper understanding of how the digital imaging system works and enhance your creative control over the image in printing and electronic display. Prerequisite: Photography 1 or equivalent experience. NOTE: Bring your digital camera, manual, and extra batteries to class. The field trip is required.

Section Summer 1

55802
$325
6/22/20 - 7/6/20
Mon 6:00 PM ‐ 8:00 PM and Sat 2:00 PM ‐ 5:00 PM
Pat Berrett
CE South Building, Offsite

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Use Adobe Illustrator to create vector art in both color and black and white. Learn the basic tools and techniques, including geometric and freeform drawing tools, transformation tools and path editing, paint and type tools, and exporting art for output. Special emphasis is given to the ways Illustrator facilitates drawing. Prerequisite: 51101 or 54101 or basic computer experience. Suggested: 56101.

Section Summer 2

56211
$269
6/23/20 - 6/30/20
Tue, Thu 6:00 PM ‐ 9:00 PM
Thomas Gagliano
CE South Building

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With Adobe Photoshop you can do everything from retouching photos to creating original illustrations and collages with raster images. Apply lighting and color corrections and correct lens distortions to enhance your photos. Learn about the importance of camera RAW files and how to process them. Use the retouching tools, painting techniques and basic filters to improve or alter your photos. Additional topics include file formats, working with type, using Adobe Bridge, and an introduction to basic selections and layers. Prerequisite: 51101 or 54101 or basic computer experience. Suggested: 56101.

Section Summer 1

56311
$269
6/23/20 - 6/30/20
Tue, Thu 2:00 PM ‐ 5:00 PM
Mary Elkins
CE South Building

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Enhance your ability to control the looks and functionality by learning to use the new HTML5 structural elements. Use code to add graphics, links, and tables to your pages, and explore the power of CSS to format text consistently and quickly. Gain an understanding of how HTML5 works and practice using FTP to upload your pages to a live Web server. Prerequisites: 51101 or 54101 or basic computer experience, and Internet experience.

Section Summer 1

58111
$395
6/29/20 - 7/8/20
Mon, Wed 6:00 PM ‐ 9:00 PM
Jeff Brody
CE South Building

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Learn the fundamentals of computer recording for film, music, or podcasts. Topics include multitrack recording, podcasting basics, virtual instrument and effect plugins, and two‐track editing. In addition, get a foundational understanding of file formats, computer audio hardware basics, and internet audio. Prerequisite: 51101 or 54101 or basic computer experience.

Section Summer 1

57601
$295
6/30/20 - 7/9/20
Tue, Thu 6:00 PM ‐ 9:00 PM
Joey Belville
CE South Building

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Google Analytics is the most popular tool available for measuring traffic on your website. Learn about web analytics and how to use Google Analytics to get a quantitative understanding of how well your website is meeting your business needs. Evaluate the effectiveness of your search engine optimization and social media strategies; spot ''pain points'' that keep a visitor from converting to a customer; and develop a continuous quality improvement process for your site. We'll look at the reports Google Analytics generates, how to interpret them, how to set and review Performance Benchmarks, and how to use visitor data to drive improvements to your website. Prerequisite: 51101 or 54101/11 or equivalent experience, and Internet experience.

Section Summer 1

55615
$169
7/6/20 - 7/8/20
Mon, Wed 6:00 PM ‐ 8:30 PM
Sonja Dewing
CE South Building

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Learn cutting‐edge page layout with Adobe InDesign. Get an introduction to how a page layout program works and learn the basic tools and techniques. We cover character formatting, editing and linking text blocks, and importing text and graphics from other applications. In‐class exercises emphasize the basic principles of typography and page layout. Prerequisites: 51101 or 54101 or basic computer experience. Suggested: 56101.

Section Summer 1

56121
$325
7/6/20 - 7/10/20
Mon, Wed, Fri 1:00 PM ‐ 5:00 PM
Adele Gangai
CE South Building

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Build on the design principles introduced in Graphic Design I. Learn how to create effective visual communication through the use of marketing standards, color, creativity and graphic style. Estimating, art direction and working with clients and vendors are also addressed. Students complete comprehensive layouts for a project of their choice. Equipment and materials cost about $25. A materials list will be available the first day of class. Prerequisite: Graphic Design I or equivalent experience.

Section Summer 1

55102
$269
7/7/20 - 7/14/20
Tue, Thu 6:00 PM ‐ 9:00 PM
Zac Van Note
CE South Building

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You have your phone with you almost every waking moment. Learn to use all of the features in the camera, whether it is an iPhone or and Android phone. Get a camera primer on focus, exposure and white balance, a photography primer on the importance of light and composition, and an introduction to key tools and apps. In addition, we'll cover tips for sharing images. Prerequisite: None.

Section Summer 1

55809
$149
7/7/20 - 7/14/20
Tue 6:00 PM ‐ 8:30 PM
Pat Berrett
CE South Building

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When working with digital imagery, it's important to have an understanding of the legal principles and issues that affect your work. Gain the tools to recognize legal problems and address them appropriately. Topics include contracts for professional services, copyright, model releases, licensing, trademarks, rights of publicity and privacy, First Amendment issues, business formation, determining when to hire a lawyer and more. Prerequisite: None.

Section Summer 1

55625
$225
7/11/20
Sat 9:00 AM ‐ 5:00 PM
To be Announced
CE South Building

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Learn to create professional footage using your own video camera by developing your technical and creative skills as a digital cinematographer. The course covers video formats, different types of cameras and what to use them for, camera controls/features and operation, and framing and composition. We cover camera movement and its results, and types of shot sizes and their role for the edit ‐ shooting for editing, in short. An intro to sound recording and lighting are also part of the course. Note: Bring your film/video camera or digital stills camera with video mode, and the manual.

Section Summer 1

55911
$269
7/13/20 - 7/20/20
Mon, Wed 6:00 PM ‐ 9:00 PM
Reinhard Lorenz
CE South Building

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Refine your InDesign skills with in‐depth use of text and graphics, including tools for paragraph formatting, tabs, paragraph and character styles, text wrap, and working with imported graphics. We also focus on working with multi‐page layouts, including Master Pages, automatic page numbering, and the Pages palette. Students work on a newsletter in class. Basic preparation of your document for a commercial printer will be discussed. Prerequisite: 56121 or equivalent experience.

Section Summer 1

56122
$325
7/13/20 - 7/20/20
Mon, Wed, Fri 1:00 PM ‐ 5:00 PM
Adele Gangai
CE South Building

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Final Cut Pro, Premiere and AVID provide the film and video editor with an amazing array of tools for an edited piece. What the editor has to provide is the ins and outs of how to put together a good edit ‐ the art and craft of storytelling. Be it a Feature movie, a Documentary, or a Commercial, the editor needs an eye and an ear for making an edit successful. In this course we look at the essentials of Editing: storytelling, timing, rhythm, and dramatic structure. We look at examples, and apply hands on exercises to introduce you to these indispensable tools. This course will complement in an ideal way classes taken for Final Cut Pro and Premiere Pro. Prerequisite: 54101/11 or equivalent experience.

Section Summer 1

57301
$269
7/13/20 - 7/20/20
Mon, Wed 2:00 PM ‐ 5:00 PM
Reinhard Lorenz
CE South Building

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Take your audio knowledge to the next level. With an emphasis on classic, modern, and experimental production techniques, delve into the whens, whys, and how‐tos of recording, effects, mics, mic placement, and audio editing. We'll also touch on sound design, manipulation, and restoration. Prerequisite: 55601.

Section Summer 1

57602
$295
7/14/20 - 7/21/20
Tue, Thu 6:00 PM ‐ 9:00 PM
Joey Belville
CE South Building

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Build dynamic and interactive web pages using JavaScript. Develop a familiarity with fundamental scripting concepts such as variables, functions, and loops. Learn how to create image rollovers and pop‐up windows, and use the Document Object Model (DOM) for basic client web applications. Prerequisite: 58111. Suggested: 58112 or 58401.

Section Summer 1

58411
$395
7/15/20 - 7/27/20
Mon, Wed 6:00 PM ‐ 9:00 PM
Jeff Brody
CE South Building

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Learn advanced selection methods to selectively adjust images. Work with a variety of layer techniques to combine, enhance, and transform your images. Organize and cross‐index your image collection with Bridge. Learn about color modes, photo touchup and restoration techniques. In addition, further explore the power of Adobe Camera Raw. Prerequisite: 56311 or 56331 or equivalent experience.

Section Summer 1

56312
$269
7/29/20 - 8/5/20
Mon, Wed 6:00 PM ‐ 9:00 PM
Mary Elkins
CE South Building

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Premiere Pro is both an outstanding digital media production application and the core of video production for Adobe's excellent suite of media apps. This class teaches the essentials of working with ever changing digital graphic, still, audio and video formats and the essentials of editing including importing, organizing, making interesting and effective video, and distribution. Students will work on a short film which will give them hands on experience. Suggested: 56101 or 56311. Suggested: 56101 or 56311.

Section Summer 1

57311
$295
7/30/20 - 8/6/20
Tue, Thu 6:00 PM ‐ 9:00 PM
Chris Paul
CE South Building

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Develop a foundation in freehand drawing that will enhance your abilities in any visual communication project. Learn perspective drawing, how to use line, value, contrast, light and shadow to capture simple and complex shapes. You'll also learn portrait illustration techniques to create professional black and white illustration to final rendering using media such as pencil, pen and ink, and gouache. Note: Equipment and materials cost approximately $25. A materials list will be included on your registration receipt. Please bring these materials to the first class session.

Section Summer 1

55201
$269
8/1/20 - 8/15/20
Sat 1:00 PM ‐ 4:00 PM
Thomas Gagliano
CE South Building

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WordPress is a free, open source publishing system that allows users without technical expertise in design and development to create and manage a blog with ease. But more than blogs, WordPress can be used as a Content Management System (CMS) for a variety of websites. Learn how to set up and configure WordPress to meet your needs, whether for a blog, a personal site or a business site. Choose themes and plugins to further enhance and customize WordPress. Prerequisite: 58101 or 58111 or equivalent experience.

Section Summer 1

58231
$269
8/10/20 - 8/17/20
Mon, Wed 6:00 PM ‐ 9:00 PM
Denise Weaver Ross
CE South Building

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Health Careers - Upcoming Classes

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This comprehensive 50 hour EKG Technician Certification Program prepares students to function as EKG Technicians and to take the ASPT – Electrocardiograph (EKG) Technician exam and other National Certification Exams. This course will include important practice and background information on anatomy and physiology of the heart, medical disease processes, medical terminology, medical ethics, legal aspects of patient contact, electrocardiography and stress testing. Additionally, students will practice with EKGequipment and perform hands on labs including introduction to the function and proper use of the EKG machine, the normal anatomy of the chest wall for proper lead placement, 12‐lead placement and other clinical practices.

Section Spring 1

38215
$1,399
4/7/20 - 6/2/20
Tue, Thu 6:00 PM ‐ 9:00 PM
Venitia Moreno
CE Online

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Clinical Case Studies is designed specifically for students that have completed clinical herbalism level I. In this class the students acquire advanced understanding of the principles and practices of clinical herbalism through discussion of client based etiology, pathology and treatment. Case studies selected from a clinical practice concerning cardiovascular, pulmonary, psychiatry, pain and specific pathologies will be presented and students will be required to devise herbal protocols, discuss indications, contraindications and drug/herb interactions with specifics as to form of preparation and posology of the herbs or preparations ultimately selected. This class requires participation and commitment.

Section SPA‐PD

38272
$389
4/13/20 - 4/22/20
Mon, Tue, Wed 6:00 PM ‐ 8:00 PM
Sonia Masocco, R.A.P, CH
CE Online

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The 60 hour Dental Assisting Program prepares students for entry level positions in one of the fastest growing health care positions – Dental Assisting. The purpose of this course is to familiarize the student with all areas of pre‐clinical dental assisting and provide training in the professional skills required to function as an assistant in the dental practice. This course covers the following key areas and topics – Administrative Aspects include: the history of dentistry and dental assisting; introduction to the dental office; the legal aspects of dentistry; policies and guidelines. Clinical Aspects include: introduction to oral anatomy; dental operatory; dental equipment, introduction to tooth structure; primary and permanent teeth; the oral cavity and related structures; proper patient positioning; dental hand‐pieces; sterilization; and other areas. In addition to entry‐level administrative jobs, this course is ideal for students interested in pursuing a future formal Dental Hygienist program. Textbooks and Materials included with tuition.National Certification Exam ‐ Students are eligible to sit for the Dental Assisting National Board Radiation Health and Safety Exam (RHS) and the Infection Control (ICE) exam upon finishing program.The Certified Dental Assistant (CDA) ‐ requires 3 components: RHS, ICE, and the General Chairside Assisting (GC) exams. The GC Route II requires 3,500 chairside work hours before taking. Tests are not able to be proctored at UNMCE. Student is responsible for registered for exams after they complete the program. Exam fees are not included with tuition. For testing information go to: www.danb.org

Section Spring 1

38213
$1,299
4/13/20 - 6/22/20
Mon, Wed 6:00 PM ‐ 9:00 PM
To be Announced
CE Online

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This is an intense ICD‐10‐CM coding course, which starts with the format and convention behind the International Classification of Diseases, then builds upon these coding fundamentals until the student can code complex diagnoses from the medical record documentation. Prerequisite: Course #38104 Medical Terminology and Human Anatomy for Coders. NOTE: Book is required. Student is to purchase.

Section Spring 1

38105
$1,000
4/16/20 - 5/28/20
Mon, Thu 5:30 PM ‐ 8:30 PM
Lupe Chavez, CPC, COC, CPB, CCP‐P
CE Online

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This workshop is for anyone who would like to recover from the experience of stressful and traumatic events. These events might include serious physical illness, physical or sexual assault, divorce, automobile accident, death of a loved one or financial losses. You will learn cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) techniques and Kundalini yoga practices that address both the physical and psychological aftereffects of stressful and traumatic experiences. Research studies have shown these tools to be effective in decreasing trauma symptoms and helping to restore sound sleep. They have helped many participants reduce or eliminate post‐traumatic suffering and move forward into peaceful, joyful, productive lives.

Section Spring 1

38780
$225
4/18/20
Sat 9:00 AM ‐ 4:00 PM
Julie Staples, Ph.D.
CE South Building

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This course provides an introduction to the community reinforcement approach (CRA) as a comprehensive model of change based on positive reinforcement. Participants are introduced to sobriety sampling, functional analysis, reinforcer sampling, behavioral skills training, social/recreational counseling, and job‐seeker training for helping clients find employment. The importance of involving significant others is also stressed.

Section SPA‐PD

39456
$145
5/2/20 - 5/3/20
Sat,Sun 8:30 AM ‐ 5:30 PM
Vickie McGinley, DBH, LPCC, LADAC
CE South Building

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Full disclosure, informed consent, confidentiality, professional courtesy, environmental commitment are just a few of the things required by the Code of Ethics by the American Herbalist Guild. In this class you will learn the terms, be exposed to experts in business practices and ethics, as well as networking and social media skills. This class is necessary for students wishing to establish a reputable herbal practice.

Section SPA‐PD

38273
$389
5/11/20 - 5/20/20
Mon, Tue, Wed 6:00 PM ‐ 8:00 PM
Sonia Masocco, R.A.P, CH
CE South Building

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Healthcare is a topic on everyone's mind. The important work of the medical coder and billing specialist is to connect services with payment options. The changes over the last two years and the expansion of services makes a certified medical coders essential to the organization. Coders can work in hospitals, physician's offices or remotely as a self‐employed contractor. Join Lupe Chavez, our instructor for the Certificate in Administrative Medical Coding and Billing, to learn about the opportunities for becoming certified and how this certificate program can be your first step into the health care world. This is a FREE event.

Section Spring 1

38030
$0
5/13/20
Wed 6:00 PM ‐ 7:00 PM
Lupe Chavez, CPC, COC, CPB, CCP‐P
CE South Building

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Career Step has been a leader in healthcare professional training for 25 years. Specializing in medical transcription, medical coding, pharmacy technician and administrative medical assisting. Providing education in critical health care careers with bright employment outlooks. Online courses build on the skills needed in these careers including attention to detail, time managment, research and problem solving skills. This information session will provide you with an overview of these careers and online programs along with Q and A. Learn if an online training program is the perfect fit for you. This is a FREE event.

Section Spring 2

38028
$0
5/14/20
Thu 6:00 PM ‐ 7:00 PM
. Career Step
CE South Building

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This course covers level II of the HSPCS coding system. HCPCS level II is a standardized coding system that is used primarily to identify products, supplies, and services not included in the CPT codes, such as ambulance services and durable medical equipment, injections, prosthetics, orthotics, and supplies (DMEPOS). A complete review of HCPCS level II modifiers and their relationship to CPT‐4 codes will also be covered. A basic knowledge of CPT coding is desired.

Section Spring 2

38120
$629
5/19/20 - 5/28/20
Tue, Thu 5:30 PM ‐ 8:00 PM and Wed 5:30 PM ‐ 8:00 PM
Lupe Chavez, CPC, COC, CPB, CCP‐P
CE South Building

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Review the content for the CADAC and LADAC exams, and be ready for test day! This class provides exam content outlines and review four content sections, including counseling practices and skills (12 core functions), theoretical basis of counseling, professional considerations (cultural competency and ethics) and pharmacology. Recommended textbook: Getting Ready To Test: A Review and Preparation Manual for Drug and Alcohol Credentialing Exams (8th Edition) from Distance Learning Center, LLC at https://www.dlcllc.shop/collections/readytotest‐com‐study‐guides

Section Spring 1

39310
$85
5/30/20
Sat 9:00 AM ‐ 1:30 PM
Jennifer Cady
CE Online

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The Dental Assisting Program prepares students for entry‐level positions in one of the fastest growing healthcare professions - Dental Assisting. With the national increase in healthcare‐related services, and the national shortage of healthcare professionals, the need for dental assistants is growing substantially. With a growing workforce over 300,000 strong, a career in dental assisting ranks as the fourth fastest growing occupations in the healthcare technician field. This course covers the history of dentistry, introduction to the dental office, the legal aspects of dentistry, introduction to oral anatomy, dental operatory, introduction to tooth structure (primary and permanent teeth), the oral cavity; and other areas. Program includes optional clinical externship at a local healthcare provider if student passes course and meets qualifications.

Section Spring 1

38002
$3,950
5/31/20
n/a

N/A

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There are many areas of study including Medical Terminology/Anatomy, CPT, ICD‐10 and HCPCS coding that examinees must have a solid understanding of in order to successfully pass the certified professional coder (CPC) exam.

Section Summer 1

38113
$349
6/1/20 - 6/15/20
Mon, Thu 5:30 PM ‐ 8:30 PM
Lupe Chavez, CPC, COC, CPB, CCP‐P
CE South Building

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Identify, gather and preserve your herbs from the garden or the wild. Each of the 4 morning sessions, you will meet at a different field location in the Albuquerque area. Learn the foundations of field botany and plant identification and be introduced to the work herbalists do in the field. Topics include: Basic botany used for plant identification, local medicinal plant materia medica, field tools, journaling, wildcrafting and ethics. Your study of plant cycles, climate and growing conditions will deepen your connection with the plants, empowering you to interact knowledgeably and ethically with plants in the field. The Field Journal will be provided the first day of class.

Section Summer 1

38275
$269
6/5/20 - 6/26/20
Fri 9:00 AM ‐ 12:00 PM
Kate Viers, Clinical Herbalist
CE South Building

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This five hour fast paced boot camp will prepare students to take the CPC® national certification exam. All sections of the exam will be reviewed and testing techniques/tools will be covered. The boot camp will conclude with a timed mock exam. Students must bring their current editions of the CPT‐4, HCPCS and ICD‐10 coding books. Course material is included in course fee. Prerequisite: Courses #38104, #38102, #38105 or equivalent

Section SUA‐PD

38112
$149
6/13/20
Sat 8:00 AM ‐ 2:00 PM
Lupe Chavez, CPC, COC, CPB, CCP‐P
CE South Building

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Prepare for a variety of administrative positions in the medical industry, including Admitting Clerk, Medical Biller, Claims Processor and Medical Front Office. Learn third‐party payer billing, state and federal rules and regulations, compliance issues, HIPAA, patient record keeping, patient registration, and scheduling. Review reimbursement methodologies, fee schedule reimbursement and charge‐master issues, along with an introduction to CPT‐4 and ICD‐10 coding systems. This course meets in the computer lab. Course materials included in course fee. No textbook is required.

Section Summer 1

38110
$1,089
6/18/20 - 7/27/20
Mon, Thu 5:30 PM ‐ 8:30 PM
Lupe Chavez, CPC, COC, CPB, CCP‐P
CE South Building

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One‐on‐one session to review student's transcripts, course work, and student's path to NM licensure (LSAA/or LADAC).

Section Summer 1

39465
$0
7/18/20
Sat 10:00 AM ‐ 12:30 PM
Jennifer Cady
CE South Building

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Counselor and mental health professionals need to know the current research, best practice, and critical thinking when working with women who have substance use disorders. Clinicians are aware of the important differences of gender with regard to the physical and emotional effects of substance use. Specific issues related to the delivery of gender‐responsive services for women by combining clinical interventions, practical applications and resources with women's voices. Practical hands‐on tools and resources about the specific recovery needs of women can increase treatment effectiveness. Improved outcomes when women's specific treatment provided result in better engagement and retention for successful results.

Section Summer 1

39100
$120
7/25/20
Sat 8:30 AM ‐ 5:30 PM
Vickie McGinley, DBH, LPCC, LADAC
CE South Building

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The Clinical Laboratory Assistant/Phlebotomist is an essential role in the healthcare field. Begin your new career today as you learn this key role of working along side clinicians, providing important diagnostic testing to include blood drawing, speciment collection and assessment in the medical laboratory for patient diagnostics and care.

Section Summer 1

38205
$2,995
7/27/20 - 10/7/20
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 2:00 PM ‐ 6:30 PM and Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 8:00 AM ‐ 3:00 PM
Sharon Whetten, M.Ed., BSMT (ASCP)
CE South Building

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One‐on‐one session to review student's transcripts, course work, and path for the NM Addiction Counselor licensure process. RSVP through Program Supervisor at CEHealth@unm.edu

Section Summer 2

39465
$0
8/1/20
Sat 10:00 AM ‐ 12:30 PM
Jennifer Cady
CE South Building

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Knowledge of Medical Terminology and Anatomy is essential in any medical setting. This course introduces the foundations of medical language and human anatomy as it applies to medical coders, billers and office personnel. PRefixes, suffixes, diagnostic and medical terms will be covered as well as human anatomy in illustration form. The overview and discussion of body systems and diseases will be covered. NOTE: Required textbook Medical Terminology and Anatomy for Coding; 3rd edition by Betsy J. Shiland ISBN‐13: 978‐0323427951 Is included in tuition and will be distributed at the first class meeting.

Section Fall 1

38104
$1,089
8/17/20 - 9/28/20
Mon, Thu 5:30 PM ‐ 8:30 PM
Lupe Chavez, CPC, COC, CPB, CCP‐P
CE South Building

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This course provides health care professionals and community members applied skills for the practice of Clinical Herbalism. Students will learn fundamental principles behind preparation choice and practice making fresh and dry tinctures, cordial preparations, ghee and honey preparations, syrups, suppositories and inhalers. Synergies, potentiation and incapsulation will also be part of the experiential learning process. NOTE: Materials fee of $30 will be collected by the instructor on the first class. Material kits will be distributed at the first class.

Section FAA‐PD

38265
$345
9/8/20 - 10/1/20
Tue, Thu 6:00 PM ‐ 8:00 PM
Sonia Masocco, R.A.P, CH
CE South Building

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This is an intense CPT coding course. Begin at the basic level, where students gain an understanding and foundation of CPT‐4 coding, then progress into evaluation, management, and surgery sections, followed by all other organ and body systems. The course concludes at the advanced level by coding from the medical record documentation. There will also be a complete review of modifiers. Prerequisite: Course #38104 Medical Terminology and Human Anatomy for Coders.

Section Fall 1

38102
$1,089
10/1/20 - 11/9/20
Mon, Thu 5:30 PM ‐ 8:30 PM
Lupe Chavez, CPC, COC, CPB, CCP‐P
CE South Building

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This course provides health care professionals and interested community members a basic foundation in Medical Herbalism. Students will explore the basic concepts of herbal terminology, botany, and medicinal uses of herbs for different systems of the body. Topics will include herbal preparations and regulations, plant identification, herb‐drug interactions, cultural diversity and traditional techniques in diagnostics and medicinal uses of herbs.

Section FAA‐PD

38261
$315
10/5/20 - 10/28/20
Mon, Tue, Wed 6:00 PM ‐ 8:00 PM
Sonia Masocco, R.A.P, CH
CE South Building

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This is an intense ICD‐10‐CM coding course, which starts with the format and convention behind the International Classification of Diseases, then builds upon these coding fundamentals until the student can code complex diagnoses from the medical record documentation. Prerequisite: Course #38104 Medical Terminology and Human Anatomy for Coders. NOTE: Includes the cost of the required textbook 2019 ICD‐10‐CM Code Book [2018 ICD‐10‐CM Expert for Providers and Facilities] ISBN: 978‐1‐626884‐717 PLEASE CALL Registration at (505) 277‐0077 ex.t 1 for information on enrolling.

Section Fall 1

38105
$1,089
11/12/20 - 12/17/20
Mon, Thu 5:30 PM ‐ 8:30 PM and Tue 5:30 PM ‐ 8:30 PM
Lupe Chavez, CPC, COC, CPB, CCP‐P
CE South Building

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Online Classes

Instructor Led Live/Online Classes

Class Name

This class is designed for all levels ‐ from the experienced beginner and level I students looking to build their practice, as well as the intermediate student of yoga. Each class weaves together yoga, mindfulness and breath work in creative sequences and more variations of postures are introduced. A fusion of Hatha ,Vinyasa and Power yoga styles. Begins with a mindful intention and closes with a short guided meditation. Some days Iyenger and restorative elements are added to the class flow.

06437 | $135

Yoga: The Full Scope ‐ Live/Online - Spring 5

4/6/20 - 5/11/20
Mon 5:45 PM ‐ 7:00 PM (6 Session Total)
Aparna Levine
CE Online

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This comprehensive 50 hour EKG Technician Certification Program prepares students to function as EKG Technicians and to take the ASPT – Electrocardiograph (EKG) Technician exam and other National Certification Exams. This course will include important practice and background information on anatomy and physiology of the heart, medical disease processes, medical terminology, medical ethics, legal aspects of patient contact, electrocardiography and stress testing. Additionally, students will practice with EKGequipment and perform hands on labs including introduction to the function and proper use of the EKG machine, the normal anatomy of the chest wall for proper lead placement, 12‐lead placement and other clinical practices.

38215 | $1,399

EKG Technician Certification Program - Spring 1

4/7/20 - 6/2/20
Tue, Thu 6:00 PM ‐ 9:00 PM (17 Session Total)
Venitia Moreno
CE Online

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Reconnect with your body, mind, heart and purpose through the practice of Vinyasa flow yoga in a space that welcomes all levels to practice together. Modifications and variations are offered for all poses making the class accessible and nurturing for all. Experience yourself growing stronger, healthier, more flexible, increasing your range of motion and feeling centered in the very core of your being ‐ one class at a time.

06436 | $135

Yoga: with Purpose ‐ Live/Online - Spring 5

4/7/20 - 5/12/20
Tue 5:30 PM ‐ 6:45 PM (6 Session Total)
Aparna Levine
CE Online

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We live in a time when meditation and mindfulness are becoming widespread, teaching us tools for tapping into our capacity for authentic living, stronger relationships, fulfilling work, increased well‐being and embracing our lives with loving presence. This class teaches a range of mindfulness practices and practical ways to bring mindfulness into your internal and external environment.

06611 | $135

Mindfulness Meditation ‐ Online - Spring 5

4/7/20 - 5/12/20
Tue 7:00 PM ‐ 7:45 PM (6 Session Total)
Aparna Levine
CE Online

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This class welcomes beginners and explores the fundamentals of yoga, correct body alignment, breathing techniques and guided meditation. All poses are offered and taught with modifications to suit individual bodies and needs. Essential teachings for ''living your yoga'' are shared. This unique class is a great way to segue into yoga or maintain your practice through gentle yet therapeutic, mindful movement and breath. This class is designed to move slow and will intentionally take you into your body so you can release tension allowing you to leave the class feeling open, spacious and with a beautiful mind‐body connection.

06444 | $135

Yoga 101 ‐ Foundations and Basics ‐ Live/Online - Spring 5

4/7/20 - 5/12/20
Tue 9:00 AM ‐ 10:15 AM (6 Session Total)
Aparna Levine
CE Online

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This class is designed for all levels ‐ from the experienced beginner and level I students looking to build their practice, as well as the intermediate student of yoga. Each class weaves together yoga, mindfulness and breath work in creative sequences and more variations of postures are introduced. A fusion of Hatha ,Vinyasa and Power yoga styles. Begins with a mindful intention and closes with a short guided meditation. Some days Iyenger and restorative elements are added to the class flow.

06437 | $135

Yoga: The Full Scope ‐ Live/Online - Spring 6

4/8/20 - 5/13/20
Wed 5:45 PM ‐ 7:00 PM (6 Session Total)
Aparna Levine
CE Online

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Reconnect with your body, mind, heart and purpose through the practice of Vinyasa flow yoga in a space that welcomes all levels to practice together. Modifications and variations are offered for all poses making the class accessible and nurturing for all. Experience yourself growing stronger, healthier, more flexible, increasing your range of motion and feeling centered in the very core of your being ‐ one class at a time.

06436 | $135

Yoga: with Purpose: Live/Online - Spring 4

4/9/20 - 5/14/20
Thu 5:30 PM ‐ 6:45 PM (6 Session Total)
Aparna Levine
Yogasaar Studio ‐ Nob Hill

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We live in a time when meditation and mindfulness are becoming widespread, teaching us tools for tapping into our capacity for authentic living, stronger relationships, fulfilling work, increased well‐being and embracing our lives with loving presence. This class teaches a range of mindfulness practices and practical ways to bring mindfulness into your internal and external environment.

06611 | $135

Mindfulness Meditation ‐ Online - Spring 6

4/9/20 - 5/14/20
Thu 7:00 PM ‐ 7:45 PM (6 Session Total)
Aparna Levine
CE Online

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Clinical Case Studies is designed specifically for students that have completed clinical herbalism level I. In this class the students acquire advanced understanding of the principles and practices of clinical herbalism through discussion of client based etiology, pathology and treatment. Case studies selected from a clinical practice concerning cardiovascular, pulmonary, psychiatry, pain and specific pathologies will be presented and students will be required to devise herbal protocols, discuss indications, contraindications and drug/herb interactions with specifics as to form of preparation and posology of the herbs or preparations ultimately selected. This class requires participation and commitment.

38272 | $389

Clinical Case Studies in Herbalism ‐ Live Online - SPA‐PD

4/13/20 - 4/22/20
Mon, Tue, Wed 6:00 PM ‐ 8:00 PM (6 Session Total)
Sonia Masocco, R.A.P, CH
CE Online

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The 60 hour Dental Assisting Program prepares students for entry level positions in one of the fastest growing health care positions – Dental Assisting. The purpose of this course is to familiarize the student with all areas of pre‐clinical dental assisting and provide training in the professional skills required to function as an assistant in the dental practice. This course covers the following key areas and topics – Administrative Aspects include: the history of dentistry and dental assisting; introduction to the dental office; the legal aspects of dentistry; policies and guidelines. Clinical Aspects include: introduction to oral anatomy; dental operatory; dental equipment, introduction to tooth structure; primary and permanent teeth; the oral cavity and related structures; proper patient positioning; dental hand‐pieces; sterilization; and other areas. In addition to entry‐level administrative jobs, this course is ideal for students interested in pursuing a future formal Dental Hygienist program. Textbooks and Materials included with tuition.National Certification Exam ‐ Students are eligible to sit for the Dental Assisting National Board Radiation Health and Safety Exam (RHS) and the Infection Control (ICE) exam upon finishing program.The Certified Dental Assistant (CDA) ‐ requires 3 components: RHS, ICE, and the General Chairside Assisting (GC) exams. The GC Route II requires 3,500 chairside work hours before taking. Tests are not able to be proctored at UNMCE. Student is responsible for registered for exams after they complete the program. Exam fees are not included with tuition. For testing information go to: www.danb.org

38213 | $1,299

Dental Assisting with Clinical Externship - Spring 1

4/13/20 - 6/22/20
Mon, Wed 6:00 PM ‐ 9:00 PM (20 Session Total)
To be Announced
CE Online

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This is an intense ICD‐10‐CM coding course, which starts with the format and convention behind the International Classification of Diseases, then builds upon these coding fundamentals until the student can code complex diagnoses from the medical record documentation. Prerequisite: Course #38104 Medical Terminology and Human Anatomy for Coders. NOTE: Book is required. Student is to purchase.

38105 | $1,000

ICD‐10‐CM Coding Specialist ‐ Live Online - Spring 1

4/16/20 - 5/28/20
Mon, Thu 5:30 PM ‐ 8:30 PM (12 Session Total)
Lupe Chavez, CPC, COC, CPB, CCP‐P
CE Online

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This workshop is for anyone who would like to recover from the experience of stressful and traumatic events. These events might include serious physical illness, physical or sexual assault, divorce, automobile accident, death of a loved one or financial losses. You will learn cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) techniques and Kundalini yoga practices that address both the physical and psychological aftereffects of stressful and traumatic experiences. Research studies have shown these tools to be effective in decreasing trauma symptoms and helping to restore sound sleep. They have helped many participants reduce or eliminate post‐traumatic suffering and move forward into peaceful, joyful, productive lives.

38780 | $225

Transforming Stressful and Traumatic Events - Spring 1

4/18/20
Sat 9:00 AM ‐ 4:00 PM (1 Session Total)
Julie Staples, Ph.D.
CE South Building

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Online courses are now standard learning environments, so it's important that you know how to develop them. This class focuses on building online course components that maximize content comprehension in an online environment. You'll study how to incorporate activities and other course content that encourages interaction and enhances student engagement. You'll also build your knowledge of common course development activities, including discussion sessions, uploading assignments, adding video and other media, and developing assessments. Prerequisite: Instructional Systems Design.

23045 | $595

Online Course Design and Development - Spring 1

5/4/20 - 6/8/20
Mon 5:30 PM ‐ 8:30 PM and Mon 5:30 PM ‐ 8:30 PM (6 Session Total)
Ludmila Layne
CE South Building, Online Course

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Review the content for the CADAC and LADAC exams, and be ready for test day! This class provides exam content outlines and review four content sections, including counseling practices and skills (12 core functions), theoretical basis of counseling, professional considerations (cultural competency and ethics) and pharmacology. Recommended textbook: Getting Ready To Test: A Review and Preparation Manual for Drug and Alcohol Credentialing Exams (8th Edition) from Distance Learning Center, LLC at https://www.dlcllc.shop/collections/readytotest‐com‐study‐guides

39310 | $85

Addiction Counselor Exam Preparation - Spring 1

5/30/20
Sat 9:00 AM ‐ 1:30 PM (1 Session Total)
Jennifer Cady
CE Online

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This is an intense ICD‐10‐CM coding course, which starts with the format and convention behind the International Classification of Diseases, then builds upon these coding fundamentals until the student can code complex diagnoses from the medical record documentation. Prerequisite: Course #38104 Medical Terminology and Human Anatomy for Coders. NOTE: Includes the cost of the required textbook 2019 ICD‐10‐CM Code Book [2018 ICD‐10‐CM Expert for Providers and Facilities] ISBN: 978‐1‐626884‐717 PLEASE CALL Registration at (505) 277‐0077 ex.t 1 for information on enrolling.

38105 | $1,089

ICD‐10‐CM Coding Specialist - Fall 1

11/12/20 - 12/17/20
Mon, Thu 5:30 PM ‐ 8:30 PM and Tue 5:30 PM ‐ 8:30 PM (12 Session Total)
Lupe Chavez, CPC, COC, CPB, CCP‐P
CE South Building

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Facilitating learning in an online environment requires familiarity with a range of technologies and learning management systems available. In this class, you will explore and gain practice with some of the technological tools used to create and deliver effective teaching and training online. Gain confidence in your online course development across platforms while considering the strengths and limitations of each. Prerequisite: 23003: Instructional Systems Design.

23042 | TBA

Online Technologies for Teaching and Training - Hybrid

TBA

This class will be scheduled on a future date. Please check with the Registration Office for more information.