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Spring class catalog from UNM Continuing Education. Professional development, career training, personal enrichment, travel and technology courses.

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    • Department Directory Table of Contents Most Requested NumbersTraining Partners 1 Culture Catalog Requests 505-925-9562Department Directory 1 Story of New Mexico Registration 505-277-0077Tuition Remission 2 Travel and Lecture Series 93 Conference Center 505-277-5984How to Register 2 Osher Lifelong Learning 102 Reception Desk 505-925-9562Dean’s Message 3 Growth & Enrichment Fax NumbersStaff Directory 4 General Information 106 All Programs 505-277-8975Course Index 163 Table of Contents 107 Registration 505-277-1990Information and Policies 166 Off Campus Location Guide 109 Conference Center 505-277-6080Financial Aid and Personal Growth 111Loan Information 166 Personal Enrichment 130 Educational ProgramsNon-Credit Registration Form 168 Professional Development 505-277-6038 Especially for Youth 159 Health and Human Services 505-277-6025Business & Technology Community Service Digital Arts 505-277-6037Table of Contents 6 Spanish Resource Center 162 Computer Training 505-277-6033Online Training Information 7 DWI Awareness Training 162 Macintosh Training 505-277-6037Custom Training Custom Training 505-277-6034 and Consultation Services 8 Story of New MexicoCertificate Programs Travel and Lecture Series 505-277-0563 and Certifications 11 Osher LifelongCourse Information 40 Learning Institute 505-277-6179 Growth & Enrichment 505-277-6320 Youth Programs 505-277-0698Training Partners Community ServicesUNM Continuing Education partners with many companies to provide the DWI Awareness Training 505-277-6170very best in local, national, and international training. The logos below Spanish Resource Center 505-246-2261represent a cross-section of our partners. ext. 125 Community Outreach 505-277-6034 Cariño Early Childhood TTAP 505-277-1262 Child Care Referral Services 505-277-7900 ® Cariño Toy Lending Library 505-277-3155 Administration/Business Operations Dean of Continuing Education Rita Martinez-Purson 505-277-9351 Associate Dean of Finance Joseph Miera 505-277-2511 Marketing Department Kim Halpern 505-277-1584 Produced by the Deborah Kastman Marketing Department, Graphic Design & UNM Continuing Production Manager Education Sarah Scott Kim Halpern Graphic Design Marketing DirectorRegistration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 | Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Follow us onRegistration Information on next page | Registration Form on page 168 | Course Index on page 163
    • Registration Form page 168 How to Register Information and Policies page 166 Online Fax it in Mail it in Phone it in Walk it in dce.unm.edu 505-277-1990 UNM Continuing 505-277-0077 M-F, 7:30am-5:30pm Fax/Mail Instructions: Education M-F, 7:30am-5:30pm UNM Continuing Our online registration Attn: Registration with Visa, MasterCard, Education is quick, convenient, Fax/mail registration MSC07 4030 Discover or American 1634 University Blvd. NE and always available. form together with one of the following: 1 University of Express. (just north of Your Student Profile will New Mexico Indian School) give you access to your Visa, Mastercard, Please have course Albuquerque, NM Payment must be made schedule, transaction Discover or American numbers and section 87131-0001 in full at time of records and transcripts. Express number letters ready. registration. You will receive confir- Purchase order mation emails once you Check (mail only) Confirming Your Enrollment have registered for a UNM tuition When you enroll in a non-credit class by phone, mail or Fax, we will send you class. All online pay- remission form an enrollment confirmation by mail or email. We will notify you of any changes ments are protected by Please call our office to to the class. Note: If your enrollment confirmation doesn’t arrive within two Verisign™. confirm receipt of fax. weeks, call (505) 277-0077 during office hours, M-F, 7:30am-5:30pm. General Information Discounts Tuition Remission Office Hours 10% discount is available towards Tuition Remission for UNM Non-Credit Registration Center non-credit classes for: Faculty/Staff/Retirees: Mon-Fri, 7:30am-5:30pm Anyone registering for three or more (forms found online at dce.unm.edu) with the exception of holidays.* classes at the same time; Use UNM’s tuition remission for (See list below.) Organizations registering three or more approved UNM Continuing Education employees in the same class; Important Dates non-credit classes. Eligible Professional Senior citizens age 65 or older with Non-credit registration for the Spring Development categories include proof of age (also available online); semester begins November 28. Information Technology, Digital Arts, UNM students with a valid UNM ID; Registration is ongoing throughout the Professional Development and Skills, Couples Rates are available for some semester. Spring classes start January 17. and Health Care and Human Services dance and Money Matters classes. Business and Technology, and approved Please register early as many popular The couples rate is considered a dis- Health and Fitness courses listed under classes fill quickly! count, and all rules apply. Growth & Enrichment. *UNM offices are closed: Discount is available with phone/walk-in Please Note: IRS Regulations require Dec 23, 2011- Jan 2, 2012 registration only. Discount is available that Tuition Remission benefits used to Jan 16, 2012, May 28, 2012 only at original time of registration. register for any Health and Fitness Discount is not transferable, cumulative or courses, which are listed under the Free Parking applicable to any in-class materials, books Growth & Enrichment section of this Parking is free and readily available for or special fees. For third-party funded stu- catalog, be included as taxable income all classes held at the UNM Continuing dents, the standard discounts offered may and subject to withholding. Please refer Education/UNM Conference Center not apply. Discounts are not available for to the UNM Business Policy 3700 at complex. Please refrain from parking in the Story of New Mexico Lecture Series or http://www.unm.edu/~ubppm/ubpp- the clinic or Masonic Lodge parking lots Field Trips, Osher, the Substance Abuse manual/3700.htm for complete Tuition adjacent to our campus. Your car may be Studies Training Program, select Business Remission policy information. It is the towed, booted or ticketed. If our front & Technology or Custom Training courses. employee’s responsibility to monitor and back parking lots are full, free over- No discounts on Ed2Go, Gatlin or Skillsoft their use of Tuition Remission. flow parking is located at 1642 University online courses. Individual programs may For questions regarding the UNMRegistration Blvd, two lots north of our campus. offer special discounts or incentives. See individual program information for tuition remission benefit, call the complete details. benefits office at 505-277-MyHR. 2
    • Message from the Dean At UNM Continuing Education, we believe that lifelong learning is the key to unleashing the tremendous potential of individuals and society. The centerpiece of our coursework is professional continuing education and workforce development, essential to the needs of our ever-changing work environments. Because the balance of life beyond work is also important, we also provide a rich array of personal enrichment offerings for all age groups. Programs start throughout the spring and registra- tion is easy. We serve more than 30,000 people ofDr. Rita all ages each year. Join us and you’ll soon know Mission StatementMartinez-Purson why our students come back again and again.Dean, UNM Division of Empower your career opportunities through our The Mission of the UNMContinuing Education Division of Continuing professional development offerings, taught by Education is to lead and skilled experts. Our programs are known for their collaborate with thehigh quality, so you can put your new skills and knowledge to work in community and within theadvancing your career or switching to a new profession. Highlights this University to develop concepts, strategies, andsemester include: Green Web Design with Online Forms, Strata Green IT delivery systems whichManager Certification, Online Trainer Certificate and Injury Prevention Specialist generate relevant lifelongCertification. Customized courses are our specialty, so give us a call at learning opportunities for505-277-6034, if you’d like to hear more about options tailored to your a diverse, evolving society.schedule and needs.Our personal enrichment offerings run the gamut from art to yoga. You candevelop your artistic skills, hone your golf swing, learn a language, sharpen yourwriting skills and much more. Check out our Story of New Mexico offerings, fullof interesting lectures and educational trips and tours. Join us on a trip toCarlsbad Caverns and the Mescal Roast, a tour of the D.H. Lawrence Ranch, orvisit our state’s monuments or museums. You’ll have fun meeting people withsimilar interests as you explore the culture and natural beauty of our state.If you are 50 or older, join our growing community of more than 1000members in our Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. Just $20 annually providesaccess to a special catalog of programs, plus special member events and othergreat benefits.We’re looking forward to welcoming you! Vision The Vision of the UNMSincerely, Division of Continuing Education is to enrich the personal and professional lives of people through qualityDr. Rita Martinez-Purson creative and innovative learning experiences.Dean of Continuing Education and Community Services 3
    • Staff Directory Business and Technology Business & Technology Reception Desk General information Georgette Stockman, Program Manager Phone: (505) 925-9562 Transportation Safety Programs email: adminsupport@lxdce.unm.edu email: stockman@unm.edu Nanette Bowring, Program Support Custom Training and Consultation Business and Technology Programs Leah Kier, MA, Senior Program Manager. Phone: (505) 277-6445 email: nbowring@unm.edu Customized Training and Consultation Services Phone: (505) 277-6034 Sujen Diviney, Program Support email: wlkier@unm.edu; Business and Technology Programs customtraining@dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-1202 email: sdiviney@unm.edu Barbi Cappel, MA, Training and Development Program Administrator Culture Instructional Design, Online Courses, Workplace Language Acquisition Joan Cok, Program Supervisor Phone: (505) 277-2382 email: bjcappel@unm.edu Story of New Mexico, Lectures and Travel Phone: (505) 277-0563 email: joanrc@unm.edu Donna Robbins, PhD, Training and Development Program Administrator Maralie BeLonge, Program Supervisor Professional Development, Leadership and Management Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Phone: (505) 277-6447 email: drobbins@unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-6179 email: belonge@unm.edu Andy Pena, Custom Training Coordinator Growth & Enrichment Custom Program Support, IT Custom Services Phone: (505) 277-9360 email: apena01@unm.edu Marie McGhee, Senior Program Manager Phone: (505) 277-6320 email: mmcghee@unm.edu Business & Technology Programs Naomi Sandweiss, Program Supervisor Youth Programs, Camps, Events Sherry TenClay, Senior Program Manager Phone: (505) 277- 0698 email: naomis@unm.edu Professional Development & Skills Programs Computer training, CompTIA, GIS, Finance and Accounting, AutoCAD, Project Management Cariño Early Childhood TTAP Phone: (505) 277-6038 email: sherrytc@unm.edu Malisa Kasparian, Senior Program Manager Cariño Early Childhood TTAP Loree Nalin, Program Supervisor Phone: (505) 277-0954 Health Care Careers, Human Services Careers, email: mkaspari@unm.edu Substance Abuse Studies Training Program, Community Engagement Amy Bazan, Program Manager Phone: (505) 277-6025 Cariño Basic Services email: lnalin@unm.edu; hhs@dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-1469 email: amybazan@unm.edu Caroline Orcutt, Program Supervisor Digital Arts, Macintosh, Apple Authorized Dawn Gibson, Program Coordinator Training Center Cariño AIM HIGH Phone: (505) 277-6037 Phone: (505) 277-0593 email: digitalarts@dce.unm.edu email: dmgibson@unm.edu Angela Pacheco, Education Specialist Dolores Burkholder, Librarian Instruction and Facilitation Training, Cariño Toy & Resource Library Transportation Safety Programs Phone: (505) 277-3155 Phone: (505) 277-3975 email: dburkhol@unm.edu email: delong@unm.edu Meg Williamson, Editor Transportation Safety Programs email: megwill@unm.edu 4 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Business & TechnologyRegistration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 5
    • Table of Contents Business and Technology Business & Technology UNM Continuing Education (UNMCE) is proud to be New Mexico’s training partner in business and technolo- gy with one of the largest and most comprehensive professional custom and public training programs in the state of New Mexico. We have an 80-year history of providing professional training, industry certification education, and consulting services throughout the state. We offer over 80 certificate programs and industry endorsed and required certifications, with more than 1000 course offerings annually. You will find continual creation of the full spectrum of professional services starting with individual career advise- ment and business needs analysis. Customized training and public classes are targeted to address your specific business and professional requirements. Our instructors and consultants are content experts in Needs Analysis, Grantwriting, Professional Development, Health and Human Services, Digital Arts, Information Technology, and Curriculum Development. We offer solution-based and customer-focused service. Online Training ..............................................................................7 Digital Arts ..........................................................27 Custom Training and Consultation Services........................8 Graphic Design and Visual Communication ....................27 Free InfoBytes ..............................................................................10 Web Design and Development ............................................28 Certificates and Certifications ................................................11 Multimedia ....................................................................................30 Course Descriptions with dates, times, Digital Photography....................................................................31 tuition and instructor ............................................................40 Digital Filmmaking ......................................................................33 Music Production........................................................................33 Leadership, Management and Apple Creative Professional ....................................................34 Supervision ......................................................12 Animation and Motion Graphics ..........................................35 Leadership University ................................................................12 Supervisory Skills ........................................................................12 IT Professions ....................................................36 Advanced Supervisory Skills....................................................12 CompTIA Certifications for Systems Engineering ..........36 Microsoft Professional and Oracle Online ......................38 Leadership and Management Tools ..........13 ITIL Certification ..........................................................................38 Project Management Certificates..........................................13 AutoCAD ........................................................................................39 Event Management....................................................................13 Geographic Information Systems (GIS) ............................39 Training and Facilitation Certificates ....................................14 Course Information..........................................40 Employment and Career Development ....15 Professional Development and Skills..................................40 Global Career Development Facilitator Training..............15 Leadership and Management Tools ....................................43 Graduate School Exam Prep ..................................................15 Employment and Career Development ............................53 Business and Professional Careers......................................55 Business and Professional Careers ............16 Health and Community Action Development ................58 Administrative Assistant Careers ..........................................16 Computer Skills ..........................................................................67 Finance and Accounting ........................................................17 Digital Arts ....................................................................................72 Paralegal Studies ........................................................................18 IT Professions ..............................................................................87 Health and Community Action Course Skills Assessments......................................................90 Development......................................................19 Emergency Medical Services..................................................19 You can teach a class with us Health Care Careers ..................................................................19 Keys to Well Being ....................................................................20 Are you experienced in your professional field? Human Service Careers ..........................................................21 Do you coach, teach or train others? Community Engagement ........................................................23 Mediation and Conflict Resolution Certificates ..............23 Consider sharing your expertise with the professional communities in Albuquerque and the surrounding Computer Skills ................................................24 region. Opportunities for instructors, trainers, consult- Computer Literacy ......................................................................24 ants and tutors are available in both our public and Desktop Computing ..................................................................25 custom training areas. Refer to the staff directory on Macintosh ......................................................................................26 page 4 and send a short email to the appropriate supervisor or manager describing your area of expertise and/or course idea. 6
    • Business & TechnologyEd2GO SkillSoftInstructor Led Self-pacedThis is a great place to start for your first-time online SkillSoft provides comprehensive e-learning contentexperience! For as little as $119, Ed2Go offers a wide and technology products. SkillSoft’s multi-modalrange of highly interactive courses that you can take learning solutions enhance the speed and effectivenessonline. Every course is instructor led. You can ask of formal and informal learning. Each SkillSoft self Online Trainingquestions and give or receive advice at any time during study course can be started at any time and is availablethe course. You can take courses at the times that are to you for six months from the date you log on. Youmost convenient for you. A new section of each course can complete the course at your own pace, at yourstarts monthly; new lessons are released on convenience. Many courses are approved by interna-Wednesdays and Fridays until the completion of the tional professional organizations for CEUs or PDUs.course. All courses run for six to eight weeks and are Lessons are available for reference and review anytimecomposed of 12 lessons representing 24-30 hours of during your six month window. SkillSoft courses andinstruction. packages are designated in this catalog with an “N” in the course number.Gatlin Look for our online information in major programInstructor Guided areas. For complete Ed2Go and Gatlin course descrip- tions, visit our website at dce.unm.edu and chooseGatlin Education Services provides comprehensive “online courses.” To access SkillSoft course descrip-online career training programs designed to prepare tions, choose “Search Courses.” SkillSoft courses areyou for jobs in today’s most popular careers. These listed in program areas and are designated with an “N”programs are designed by a team of professionals from following the course number. For student advisement,each respective field, who work to provide the most contact the program supervisor for your area of studyeffective web-based learning experience available today. (see page 4).Instructors/mentors are actively involved in youronline learning experience. They respond to any ques-tions or concerns, encouraging and motivating you tosucceed. These courses are online open enrollment, Technical Assistance information is provided by eachwhich means all of your lessons are always available to vendor at the start of each class. Keep this contactyou; your class begins when you log in. Each course information and your user name and password near-includes a set of lessons and evaluations. Books and by for easy access and immediate assistance. Savematerials are mailed to you. You will have access to this information for any future online classes. Youeach course for up to six months. may also contact our vendor liaison, Nanette Bowring, Monday–Thursday at (505) 277-6445, or ceonline@unm.edu. For advisement, contact the program supervisor for your area of study (see page 4). Some courses allow you to print your certificate Other online courses available through immediately upon successful completion of your UNM Continuing Education class at a pass rate of 70% or higher. Medical Transcription Editor Online 60 Register online or by calling (505) 277-0077. UNM Pharmacy Tech Online 60 employees can fax their completed tuition remission Medical Office Assistant Online 60 forms and registration forms to (505) 277-1990.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 7
    • Custom Training and Consultation Services Business and Technology Business & Technology Leah Kier, the UNMCE Examples of Custom program topics include: Community Outreach and Professional Development Custom Training Senior Program Leadership and Management • Project Management • Manager, has over twenty years Project Management (PMI) Test Prep • Project of experience in the field of Management Office Setup (PMO) • Earned Value training and development. She Management (EVM) • Lean • Six Sigma • Sucession has managed, designed, devel- Planning • Team Effectiveness • Communications • oped and delivered hundreds of Conflict Resolution • Diversity • Ethics • training courses and programs Anti-Sexual Harassment for government and business Leah Kier, MA clients on a local, state, and Professional Skills Employability Skills • Business and Technical Community national level. Leah has a Writing • Customer Service and Customer Outreach Master’s degree in adult learning Relationship Management (CRM) • Sales • Public and Custom and training, and serves on the Speaking and Presentation Skills • Finance and Training board of the New Mexico Accounting • Office and File Organization Senior Program Chapter of the American Society Manager for Training and Development. Health Care Case Management • Lean for Health Care • Motivational Interviewing • Medical Billing Custom Training and Coding Custom training is a cost-effective, targeted way to enhance job skills and workplace performance. UNM Manufacturing and Engineering Continuing Education’s Custom Training Program Construction Management • Good Manufacturing can customize any course in this catalog to meet the Practices (GMP) • LEED • Lean Manufacturing • needs of your business or organization. Our staff will Green Building and Retrofitting • Engineering work with you to create a customized training pro- Management • Solar Photovoltaics • Wireless gram that aligns with your training and organizational Communications • Lasers and Applications • requirements. Our experienced, dedicated, and certi- Fiber Optics • Pro/Engineer Software fied instructors will deliver the custom training pro- Languages gram to your employees. Workplace English: Advantages of Custom Training English for Professionals • Workplace English (ESL) • Create specialized courses, certificate programs, for Custodial, Food Service, and Hospital Service Staff conferences, and workshops Workplace Spanish: • Discover options ranging from one-on-one Medical Staff • Workplace Spanish for Law training to entire organization training rollouts Enforcement • EMTs • Firefighters • Banking • • Save money with cost-effective group training Customer Service • Call Center • Custodial • Arrange training dates and times to meet your Information Technology schedule Microsoft Office 2007 and 2010 • MS Project • • Reduce travel time with on-site training AutoCAD • GIS • ITIL • SharePoint • Programming • Target training content for your business’s (.NET, C++, C#, PHP, Java, Perl, MySQL, SQL, specific needs XML) • CompTIA Certifications (A+, Network +, • Use your business’s data for exercises Linux +, Security +, Server +) • Microsoft Technical and examples for targeted learning Certifications • Linux • Cisco • Macintosh Digital Arts UNM departments and units, you may use tuition Graphic Design • Web Design and Development • remission benefits for Business and Technology Computer Graphics • Photography • Video • customized courses. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/ Audio • Animation • Motion Graphics • Adobe • tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed forms to Apple Pro Training • Multimedia • Music Production 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077see our staff listing on page 4. For information on custom training or consultation services call (505) 277-6034 or email customtraining@dce.unm.edu. 8 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Business & TechnologyConsultation Services Workplace Learning andUNM Continuing Education offers expertConsultation Services to businesses and organizations. Performance CenterOur professional instructors are also expert consultants UNM Continuing Education’s Custom Trainingwho can work directly with you and your business to Program offers exceptional training services throughaddress the needs of your ongoing projects as well as our Workplace Learning and Performance Center.new organizational initiatives. This Center is based on the latest research and bench- marking trends in the design and development of adult Custom Training and Consultation ServicesExamples of Consultation Services include: training and includes expert services in instructor-ledProject Management training, blended instruction (both instructor-led andExecutive Coaching online), online instruction with digital media, on-the-Organizational Development job training, assessment and evaluation, and coaching,Website Design and Development etc. Training programs created through the UNMCEDatabase Design and Development Workplace Learning and Performance Center areDesktop Computer Support designed in collaboration with your business or organi-IT Consultation zation by our expert training professionals and instruc-Meeting Facilitation Services tional designers who have years of experience in creat- ing state-of-the art training solutions. We can help youUNM Continuing Education design, develop, support, and implement training and organization solutions for your business.Government University Types of Workplace Learning and PerformanceUNM Continuing Education’s Custom Training Training Services AvailableProgram offers courses and programs that are specifi- • Training Manual Design and Developmentcally designed for your state or federal training • Web Course Design and Developmentrequirements. For example, we offer project manage- using WebCT, Blackboard or Moodlement training that leads towards PMI certification and • Needs Assessment and Evaluation Servicesis in alignment with requirements of state and federal • On-the-Job Training (OJT) Program Designcontract officers, program and project managers. and DevelopmentUNMCE also offers Lean Government courses thatuse Lean production principles and methods that cre-ate a culture of continuous improvement. And, Funding forUNMCE offers Leadership and Management Customized TrainingPrograms that are uniquely designed around your stateor federal agency employee needs. JTIP UNM Continuing Education’s customized training classes and programs may be eligible for State of NewUNM Continuing Education Mexico Job Training Incentive Program (JTIP) fund-Leadership University ing. JTIP funds customized training for newly created jobs in expanding or relocating companies in NewUNM Continuing Education is now offering a Mexico.Leadership University for businesses who want to Workforce Investment Act (WIA)improve the supervisory, management, or leadership UNM Continuing Education’s customized trainingskills of their employees. Our custom training staff will classes and programs may be eligible for WIA fundinghelp you create a unique professional development for businesses through the New Mexico Departmentprogram that will take your organization’s leadership of Workforce Solutions Workforce Investment Act forto a higher level of effectiveness while improving your skills in demand in Healthcare, Manufacturing, ororganization’s business results. Customized training Construction.options could include workshops, peer support groups,and employee coaching.For information on custom training orconsultation services call (505) 277-6034 oremail customtraining@dce.unm.edu.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 9
    • Business and Technology Business & Technology Explore new interests or get expert advice on technical issues. FREE demonstrations open to the public. Final Cut Pro X: Are You Ready? Go Green With Web Forms Final Cut Pro X is a breakthrough in nonlinear video Using web-based forms over paper forms can have a editing. The application has generated a lot of discus- significant effect on the environment by reducing our sion in the pro video community. People have ques- dependency on paper. Learn how building online tions about the new features in Final Cut Pro X and forms lets you track submissions by email and/or how it compares with previous versions of Final Cut database. See how building user registration systemsinfoByte Series/Conference Center Pro. Join professional editor and Apple Certified will let you save user data for later submission/ Trainer Brad Stoddard to explore the key features updating. Join web professional Kingsley Anderson and discuss some of the most common questions that to find out how you can put the web to work for you video editors have. in helping the environment. Thursday, February 2 5:15pm-6:30pm Wednesday, March 7 5:15pm-6:30pm No need to register. All sessions held at UNM Continuing Education, 1634 University Blvd NE. For more information, call (505) 925-9562. 10 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Business & TechnologyOur courses and certificates offer the knowledge, skills and abilities in demand by today’s business and industryleaders. Our instructors are experienced professionals from business, industry, and education who enjoy teachingthe concepts and skills that are part of their own daily work and who have the most current professional creden-tials and certifications. Our instructors are networked with employers to provide you with exceptional connections Career Trainingto workforce possibilities. Most of our classes are intentionally small to foster better class discussion and individual-ized instructor assistance.Our certificate programs have been created by UNM Continuing Education Staff partnering with employers andinstructors. Certifications are created by national or international organizations that set the industry standardthrough education and testing requirements and authorized training providers. We update our certificate programsand create new ones in response to changing professional needs. The requirements for the completion of your cer-tificate program are those defined in the semester in which you began your program. Contact information for yourprogram supervisor is listed in each program area. UNM employees, you may use your Tuition Remission benefit for all Business & Technology courses. For complete Tuition Remission policy information, please contact the benefits office at 505-277-MyHR. Career Training Enjoy your job! We offer career advisement, connections to employers in the industry, and training that works. Our career training exceeds your expectations for getting the information you need, in a timeframe that works for you. Find plenty of opportunities for short-term training that can improve your career or launch a new one. To enhance or advance For a Career as a … See these pages your current career… See these pages Administrative Medical Specialist . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 Digital Photography Basics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32 Certified Personal Trainer (CPT) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 Facilitation and Training . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 Certified Wedding & Event Planner . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 Graphic Design Basics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27 Medical Transcription Editor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60 Negotiation and Conflict Resolution . . . . . . . . . . . . .23 Paralegal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 MS Office Computer Skills . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 Pharmacy Tech . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60 Professional Writing and Grantwriting courses . . . .23 Phlebotomist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 Project Management (PMP, CAPM) . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Web Design Basics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29 Basic & Intermediate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 Music Production . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33 Apple Creative Professional Certifications . . . . . . . .34 If a class is full, place your name on the waiting list by Refunds or transfers are allowed up to three calling Registration at (505) 277-0077 or by following business days before a class begins. Other refund the online registration process at dce.unm.edu. When policies may apply to conferences, educational trips a new section of a class is added during the semester, and tours, Story of New Mexico and other special students on the wait list are contacted first and given programs. Look for refund information in the event an opportunity to register. or course brochure, flyer, or web text.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 11
    • Business & Technology Professional Development and Skills Our professional development Certificates and Certifications address skills and outcomes that are fundamental to your success in the pursuit of your career goals. Check out the following program areas: Leadership, Management and Supervision, Leadership and Management Tools, Personal Career Development, and Business and Professional Careers. For more information contact Sherry TenClay, Senior Program Manager, at sherrytc@unm.edu or (505) 277-6038. Leadership, Management and SupervisionLeadership, Management and Supervision Leadership University Basic Supervisory Skills Certificate Module 1 Session: Understanding Your No. Course Page Leadership Style 20506 Hiring and Firing Well Summer 2012 Module 2 Session: Team Effectiveness and 20512 Business Ethics 42 Team Building 20518 Managing Time Productively and Module 3 Session: Communication Skills & Delegating for Results 42 Conflict Management 20521 Motivating and Leading Your Workgroup 42 Module 4 Session: Time Management/ Setting Priorities Intermediate Supervisory Skills Certificate Module 5 Session: Change Management No. Course Page Module 6 Session: Business Ethics 20506 Hiring and Firing Well Summer 2012 Module 7 Session: Public Speaking / 20512 Business Ethics 42 Presentation Skills 20518 Managing Time Productively and Module 8 Session Diversity Delegating for Results 42 Customize this program for your department, 20521 Motivating and Leading Your Workgroup 42 business or organization. Contact Donna Robbins at 40110 Communicating with Difficult People 66 40112 Win-Win Conflict Resolution 66 drobbins@unm.edu or (505) 277-6447. Visit our 40114 Successful Negotiating 66 website for scheduled classes. 40125 Mediating Workplace Conflicts Fall 2012 Supervisory Skills Certificate Advanced Supervisory Skills Learn the skills and tools necessary for effective super- vision. Whether you are already a supervisor or work- No. Course Page ing toward a supervisory position, this program will 20506 Hiring and Firing Well Summer 2012 help you understand the principles of effectively super- 20512 Business Ethics 42 vising your team and their work. 20518 Managing Time Productively and Delegating for Results 42 Registration Discount—Enroll in all of the Supervisory 20521 Motivating and Leading Your Workgroup 42 Skills courses for any certificate at the same time and 40110 Communicating with Difficult People 66 receive a 10% discount. 40112 Win-Win Conflict Resolution 66 40114 Successful Negotiating 66 40125 Mediating Workplace Conflicts Fall 2012 Negotiation and Conflict Resolution courses have 20500 Making Meetings Effective 41 moved to page 23 as part of our new area of 20524 Productive Performance Appraisals 42 Community Engagement courses. You’ll also find 21350 Emotional Intelligence at Work 54 them included in the Intermediate Supervisory Skills Certificate on page 12. Same great instructors, same certificate programs, in a new home. Conflict Custom Project Management Classes Resolution/Mediation, Grant writing and Volunteer/ Your business or department may want to take Non-profit management). For more information customized Project Management classes as a group to contact Loree Nalin, Program Supervisor, at learn the processes together, and then develop a unique lnalin@unm.edu or (505) 277-6025, or visit project plan for your business. Also, PMI Exam Prep dce.unm.edu. courses are offered to businesses. Please contact the UNMCE Custom Training Program at 505-277-6034 or email customtraining@dce.unm.edu 12 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Business & TechnologyLeadership and Management ToolsProject Management ®Learn project management methods, define the best Project Management Practitioner Certificatemethods for a given project, and discover how to apply 21000 Applying Project Management for Effective Teams 43these skills to cost and scheduling tools such as 21025 MS Project 2010 or 2007: Project Plan Definition 44Microsoft Project, integrating project management 21030 MS Project 2010 or 2007: Budgeting & Tracking 44practices with project management software. Microsoft Project Management Information Project Management/Event ManagementProject is the software of choice for project manage-ment planning and execution. Systems CertificateThe Project Manager Professional (PMP®) and 21025 MS Project 2010 or 2007:Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM®) Project Plan Definition 44are the project management credentials of choice for 21030 MS Project 2010 or 2007:numerous industries and companies. Increase your Budgeting and Tracking 44Project Management understanding and experience, 21041 MS Project 2010 or 2007:then prepare to sit for either PMP® or CAPM® exam. Team Communication and Productivity 44Our PMI-approved courses can be applied toward the35-hour education requirement and will promote Project Management Master Certificateincreased project management skills in both adminis- No. Course Pagetrative support and project management staffing. 21000 Applying Project Management for Effective Teams 43As a member of a credentialed project management 21005 Understanding Project Management 43team, you can improve your organization’s project 21010 Integrating Project Management:results (cost, time, and quality) through the use of Principles and Practices 43accepted project management tools, techniques, and 21025 MS Project 2010 or 2007:principles. For more information on pre-exam require- Project Plan Definition 44ments, visit the PMI website at 21030 MS Project 2010 or 2007:http://www.pmi.org/Certification.aspx. Budgeting and Tracking 44 21041 MS Project 2010 or 2007:For more information contact Sherry TenClay, Team Communication and Productivity 44Senior Program Manager, at sherrytc@unm.edu or(505) 277-6038 Are you ready to earn your PMP® or CAPM® credential? Check the PMI website for eligibility,Registration Discount—Enroll for all courses in any then register for our exam prep class. See page 43.Project Management certificate at one time and receive No. Course Pagea 10% discount. 21015 Project Management Professional (PMP®)/CAPM® Certification Exam Prep 43EventManagementWedding and Event Planning No. Course Page 21100 Certified Wedding and Event Planner 45The Wedding and Event Planner certificate is perfectfor the individual looking to get started in the wed-ding and event planning business right away. In part- Visit www.ises.com for more information on thenership with The Wedding Planning Institute, UNM benefits and requirements of the Certified SpecialContinuing Education is offering this 40-hour hands- Events Professional (CSEP) designation.on program which covers everything a wedding orevent planner needs to know! You can gain the knowl- For more information contact Sherry TenClay,edge and expertise to work as an event planner or to Senior Program Manager, at sherrytc@unm.edu orstart your own business as a wedding planner. (505) 277-6038.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 13
    • Instruction and Facilitation Training Business and Technology Business & Technology Instruction and Facilitation Training In partnership with the New Mexico Chapter of the Professional Trainer Certificate American Society for Training and Development Focus on the basics of instructional design, curriculum (ASTDNM), Continuing Education at UNM offers development, evaluation of program needs, and train- certificate programs in Instruction and Facilitation ing delivery. Improve the effectiveness of your “stand- Training to provide participants with the knowledge up” training in any setting; and your ability to design and skills to become effective professional trainers or and develop instructional materials, and evaluate train- to gain advanced skills in delivering presentations and ing programs. leading group discussions. No. Course Page These instruction and facilitation certificates are stack- 23000 Facilitating Adult Learning 51 able. Each certificate also satisfies many of the required 23003 Instructional Systems Design 51 courses for the next level. Build your way at a pace 23006 Presentation Skills for Trainers 52 that works for you. For more information contact 23009 Evaluation Skills for Trainers 52 Angela Pacheco, at delong@unm.edu or 23012 Developing Training Materials Summer 2012 (505) 277-3975. 23023 Managing Challenging Participants 52 Registration Discount—Enroll in all courses in any 23007 Creative Presentation Tools Instruction and Facilitation certificate at one time and and Techniques Summer 2012 receive a 10% discount. 23021 Designing Effective Training Activities Summer 2012 23027 Exploring Presentation Styles Summer 2012 Presentation Certificate Online Instructor Certificate Enhance your skill in meetings, sales sessions, small group discussions, or training classes with techniques Explore the world of online training! Discover the ins- learned in these exciting courses. Organize your and-outs of the online learning environment and how thoughts and present with confidence. Understand the it varies from face-to-face learning. Explore the various needs of adult learners and build a solid foundation for technologies used in course implementation. Learn the using training as a skill or a career. basics of course development to prepare you to build your own online course. No. Course Page 23000 Facilitating Adult Learning 51 No. Course Page 23003 Instructional Systems Design 51 23000 Facilitating Adult Learning 51 23006 Presentation Skills for Trainers 52 23003 Instructional Systems Design 51 23041 Introduction to Online Instruction 52 23042 Exploring Technologies Used in Online Instruction 52 23045 Basics of Online Course Development 52 We are pleased to announce that the UNM Institute of Public Law’s Transportation Safety Law Center has moved to UNM Continuing Education. Instructor train- ing for Driver Education, Driving Safety, and DWI schools, as well as Ignition Interlock facilities licensing and monitoring services will now be done here. Continuing Education will also provide transportation safety related trainings, educational materials develop- ment, and research. The same outstanding services— “ Anyone who manages people needs to take this certificate! What a difference it makes in just at a new location! giving presentations and leading meetings. ” — area retail training manager (505) 277-0077 | dce.unm.edu | 1634 University Blvd. NE 14 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Business & TechnologyEmployment and Career DevelopmentAre you looking to jump start your career or take it to Global Career Developmentthe next level? Discover career ladder trends and the Facilitator Certificationjob search tools needed to help you achieve yourcareer goals. Whether using these tools to upgrade Become a Global Career Development Facilitatoryour career or to transition to a new one, these classes (GCDF). This 90-hour course will enable you toare the key to helping you get where you want to go! develop a new career or enhance your current profes- sion in career development. Gain international certifi-No. Course Page cation and choose from among a variety of career23123 Resumes That Sell You Summer 2012 development occupations. Students can expect approx-23125 Getting Your Resume to the Top of the Pile 53 imately 30 hours of homework while completing this Employment and Career Development /Graduate School Exam Prep23126 Getting Your Resume to the Top of the Pile— Tutoring Elective Listed on Website program. This course meets on UNM’s main campus,23135 Career Transition in Difficult Times 54 Student Services Center, Room 220. Lunch is provid-23136 Career Transition in Difficult Times— ed at each session. Visit www.NCDA.org for further Tutoring Elective Listed on Website information. To attend, you must have a Bachelor’s23145 Acing the Job Interview: Answers to degree in any field, and be seriously committed to Tough Questions 54 acquiring or currently working in, a career advisement23146 Acing the Job Interview: Answers to Tough position. Contact Jenna Crabb, jennas@unm.edu, for Questions—Tutoring Elective Listed on Website program questions. You must attend all class sessions in order to be certified. Ask your employer about your company’s tuition No. Course Page reimbursement programs for job-related courses and 23159 Global Career Development Facilitator Training 54 training. Tuition remission is available for UNM Staff and faculty.Graduate School Exam PrepVisit dce.unm.edu for the latest course details and Money Back: In the rare case that a student does notadditions. improve, s/he can continue to study with us for theGrad school entrance exams are only a few hours in next test administration or can get a 100% tuitionlength, yet the scores are typically heavily weighted in refund.the grad school admissions process. Grad school Guarantee requirements are available atrequires a significant investment of time and money. www.kaptest.comInvest first in getting a higher score on your entrance Kaplan is pleased to offer its score-raising programs inexam. Albuquerque in partnership with UNMCE. Please visitSince 1938 Kaplan Test prep has helped individuals www.kaptest.com or call 1-800-KAPTEST for addi-achieve their educational and career goals. Kaplan is tional program details.the industry founder and world leader in test prepara- UNM Tuition Remission Students: Please enrolltion. with UNMCE at least 7 days prior to the first class toKaplan is committed to excellence in and out of the ensure timely course material delivery.classroom with a focus on individual success. Benefits To register call (505) 277-0077.to students include test-expert instruction Kaplanoffers cutting-edge curriculum and test taking strate- Test Prep Start Datesgies the most complete set of student materials on the DAT Test Prep LSAT Test Prepmarket and personalized practice. Mar 18, 2012 Apr 28, 2012We are so confident that our programs work, we offer May 15, 2012 Apr 29, 2012our Higher Score Guarantee: MCAT Test Prep GRE Test PrepReadiness: A student who doesn’t feel ready to take Jan 24, 2012 Jan 21, 2012the scheduled test date can continue to study with us Feb 21, 2012 Feb 11, 2012for the next test administration. Mar 8, 2012 Feb 19, 2012 Mar 22, 2012 Feb 20, 2012Satisfaction: A student who does improve, but still Mar 27, 2012wants to score higher can study with us again for the Apr 5, 2012next test administration.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 15
    • Administrative Professionals Business and Technology Business & Technology Business and Professional Careers Administrative Professionals Our Administrative Professional Certificate Programs Administrative Executive build your career credentials in this vital field. Begin as No. Course Page an Office Assistant and grow toward a career as an 20116 Appreciative Inquiry 41 Executive Administrative Professional. After complet- 20500 Making Meetings Effective 41 ing the core requirements, choose one or more con- 20518 Managing Time Productively and centrations that prepare you for employment in a vari- Delegating for Results 42 ety of specific office settings. 20521 Motivating and Leading Your Workgroup 42 No. Course Page 22285 Developing a Culture of Customer Service Summer 2012 Prerequisites 37151 Bookkeeping Basics 56 51101 Windows 7: Operating System Basics 67 52143 Word: Advanced 68 52141 Word: Beginning 68 52163 Excel: Advanced 69 52161 Excel: Beginning 69 52182 Access: Intermediate 70 52242 PowerPoint: Intermediate 70 Office Assistant No. Course Page Administrative Office Concentrations 23135 Career Transition in Difficult Times 54 Medical Office Assistant 23105 Work Skills for the Workplace 53 Design Office Assistant 22254 Essential Telephone and Message Skills Summer 2012 Want to prove that your computer skills are what 51115 Windows: Organize Your Files and Photos 68 you claim they are? Administrative Assistant Take the extra step of getting certified as a Microsoft No. Course Page Office Specialist in any or all Microsoft Office compo- 22252 Customer Service in the Workplace Summer 2012 nents. For MOS information, visit 20504 Taking Minutes at Meetings 41 http://www.microsoft.com/learning/en/us/ 20505 Leading a Meeting 41 certification/mos.aspx 22029 Business Writing for Administrative Professionals 46 52142 Word: Intermediate 68 For more information contact Sherry TenClay, 52172 Excel: Intermediate Summer 2012 Senior Program Manager, at sherrytc @unm.edu or 52181 Access: Beginning 70 (505) 277-6038. 52241 PowerPoint: Beginning 70 “ I enjoyed getting specifics on how to take care of ourselves and live our lives more passionately; to embrace life more. ” —Administrative Conference Participant 16 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Business & TechnologyFinance and AccountingThese Finance and Accounting certificates are stack- Finance and Accounting Onlineable. Each certificate also satisfies many of the requiredcourses for the next level. Build your way at a pace SkillSoft self-study classes include:that works for you. For more information contact 37050N Basic Business Math Skills $189Sherry TenClay, Senior Program Manager, at 37210N Practical Budgeting Skillssherrytc@unm.edu or (505) 277-6038. for Business $149Registration Discount—Enroll in all courses at one time 37211N Accounting 101 $199in either Finance and Accounting certificate program 37212N Finance & Accounting Essentialsand receive a 10% discount. for Non-financial Professionals $599 37213N Accounting 102 $179 Finance and AccountingBookkeeping Certificate 37214N Managerial Accounting $359Receive an introduction to accounting equations.Learn how to read a budget report, how to give a Executive Certificate in Financial Planningbudget report, and how a double entry accounting The financial planning field is experiencing tremen-system works. Discover the fun of finance in this pro- dous growth as both experienced financial profession-gram where even the most basic questions receive als and newcomers enter the market. Increasedthoughtful, careful answers. demand for financial planners is expected to continue, making this field a popular career choice. This 9-No. Course Page month certificate program provides students with a37151 Bookkeeping Basics 56 strong foundation of professional knowledge about37158 Small Business Bookkeeping with financial planning theory, concepts, and practice. QuickBooks Pro 57 Students pay one price for the full six-course program.52161 Excel: Beginning 69 The program consists of the following important course topics:Accounting with Computer Fundamentals of Financial Planning and InsuranceApplications Certificate Planning—Receive an introduction to the financialLearn the real-world accounting skills needed for your planning profession, to include the concepts of the timeorganization or businesses. Evaluate your business and value of money, insurance planning, and the practice oforganizational health and establish a solid foundation personal financial planning by professional planners.of knowledge for managing your entire financial envi- Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management—ronment. These courses will help you refine or expand Study risk return, debt and equity securities, andyour financial skills in the accounting field. options and futures contracts. Use a portfolio projectNo. Course Page to evaluate financial investment alternatives. Study37151 Bookkeeping Basics 56 important investment strategies and valuation models37158 Small Business Bookkeeping with to understand basic investment principles and practices. QuickBooks Pro 57 Taxation of Persons, Property and Other37200 Accounting Principles I 57 Entities—Examine the federal income tax system, with37201 Accounting Principles II 57 particular emphasis on sole proprietorship, partnership,52141 Word: Beginning 68 and LLC/corporation taxation.52162 Excel: Intermediate 69 Retirement and Employee Benefits—Study qualified retirement plans, other tax-advantaged plans, non- qualified plans and employee benefits in a manner that integrates the most important concepts of financial planning. “ I took accounting four times before working with this instructor. Dan Valles is the first person who made Accounting make sense! Thanks! ” — a grateful studentRegistration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 17
    • Paralegal Studies Business and Technology Business & Technology Estate Tax Planning—Learn about estate planning No. Course Page and the taxation of estates. Examine the tax implica- 37280 Executive Certificate in Financial Planning 57 tions of gifts and bequests, federal estate tax, and revocable and irrevocable trusts, including bypass and Executive Certificate in Financial Planning marital deduction trusts. Capstone Case Course in Financial Planning— This 9-month certificate program prepares you Participate in detailed case analysis, and learn how the for a number of lucrative positions in the six major areas of financial planning—fundamentals, financial industry. investment planning, income tax planning, retirement Tuition-remission may be used for all planning, and estate planning—are integrated to form three semesters a complete client package. Program graduates are eligible to sit for the Classes are generally held every other weekend, on Fridays from 6:00pm to 9:35pm and on Saturdays National CFP exam from 8:45am to 5:00pm. Holidays and local events The 2012 Program begins on January 27, 2012. will alter the dates and times for some class meetings. Visit our website at dce.unm.edu to download an application, schedule, program information, book list, and financial calculator information. Submit your Early enrollment options are available for many of application to Sherry TenClay via email our courses. For course listings in addition to those sherrytc@unm.edu, fax (505) 277-8975, or mail in the current semester, contact your program super- 1634 University Blvd NE, Albuquerque NM 87102. visor or visit our website at dce.unm.edu. Paralegal Studies Paralegal Upon successful completion and at the recommenda- Certificate tion of the instructor, students are eligible to apply for a mentored paralegal internship in government setting Program or private law firms. Internship sites are arranged by This program is an the instructor. intense, fast-paced For more information contact Sherry TenClay, introduction to Senior Program Manager, at sherrytc@unm.edu or the legal system, (505) 277-6038. basic concepts of paralegalism, No. Course Page and legal research 37326 Paralegal Certificate Program 57 and writing. Small 37327 Paralegal Internship 58 classes taught in Over 95% of our students completing the certificate an interactive hands- program and the internship are either currently on style give stu- working as Paralegals or enrolled in the UNM dents a solid foun- dation in the legal School of Law. system, legal termi- nology, civil procedure, criminal procedure, evidence, interviewing, law office management, and ethics. To ensure that you have a seat in a class and a copy of the course textbook or handouts, we recommend Students who complete this course gain skills in draft- ing documents, interviewing, trial preparation, briefing that you register at least one week in advance of the cases, and legal research and writing, utilizing the class start date. UNM Law Library, WESTLAW, and visits to observe motions and trials in the courtroom. Students are required to complete basic legal research and writing assignments including legal memoranda. 18 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Business & TechnologyHealth and Community Action DevelopmentEmpowering us to strive, engage, and develop these newly expanded programs meet the ever changing needs inHealth Care Careers, Keys to Well-being, Human Service Careers and Community Engagement. Our learningcommunity brings experts in the fields of health care careers and online training; health, healing and wellness;human service careers; and community engagement to create quality, creative and innovative learning experiences.Our programs reach out to the University of New Mexico, as well as all of New Mexico to touch the southwestand beyond.For more information contact Loree Nalin, Program Supervisor, (505) 277-6025, hhs@dce.unm.edu.Health Care Careers Health Care CareersEmergency Administrative Medical Specialist CertificateMedical Services Learn the necessary skills to enter or advance in theAcademy (EMSA) world of hospitals, clinics, physicians’ offices, medicalFor over twenty years, EMSA has offered EMT Basic records departments, and/or business offices as youand EMT Intermediate certificate classes to the prepare to become a certified professional coder.Bernalillo county region, all taught at our home base Course 38104, Medical Terminology and Humanin Albuquerque. Over the past few years, we have Anatomy, is a prerequisite for this certificate—howev-increasingly turned away potential certificate students er, students who have successfully completed a medicalbecause of our limited capacity; the size of our facility, terminology and human anatomy class at another edu-available equipment and instructors. cational institution may contact the program supervi- sor to validate completion and to arrange to test-outNow, EMSA’s in-house (Albuquerque area) EMT- of the class. The coding coursework includes basic,Basic, EMT-Intermediate, CPR, AED and first-aid, intermediate, and advanced levels. Courses 38102,child babysitting classes (CABS) are housed at UNM 38103 and 38110 must be successfully completed toContinuing Education in the Business and Technology receive the Administrative Medical Specialist(B&T) Programs . This new partnership is a win-win. Certificate. Students are expected to attend at leastUNM Continuing Education excels at bringing pro- 80% of scheduled class hours and to score 70% orgrams to the community that will be more available, higher on all course exams. Visit our website ataccessible and customer friendly. Students will contin- http://dce.unm.edu/Administrative-Medical-ue to benefit from expanded access to EMSA’s top- Specialist.htm to download the FAQ on Medicalquality educators and didactic programs. We’re Billing and Coding.improving our service and quality, beginning withinclusive tuition that combines all books, materials, No. Course Pageand expenses into one tuition package, delivered at Prerequisiteone convenient location. 38104 Medical Terminology and Anatomy for Coders 59EMSA’s EMT-I classes are held by EMSA, but man- Required Coursesaged by UNM Continuing Education. To learn more 38102 CPT-4 Coding Specialistabout the program visit dce.unm.edu. You may regis- (Basic, Intermediate, Advanced) 59ter online or by calling (505) 277-0077. For ques- 38103 ICD-9 Coding Specialisttions, contact Sherry TenClay, Senior Program (Basic, Intermediate, Advanced) 59Manager at sherrytc@unm.edu or (505)277-6038. For 38110 Medical Billing and Healthcare Specialist 59more information on the work of the EMS Academy, Related Coursesvisit http://hsc.unm.edu/SOM/emsacad/index.shtml 38120 HCPCS for Coders 60No. Course Page 38125 ICD-10 6038054 CPR & AED for the Community & Workplace 59 Register Now! We want to makre sure that you38080 Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Basic 58 have a seat and materials or textbook. If your class38085 Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Intermediate 58 is full, add your name to the wait list.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 19
    • Keys to Well-Being Business and Technology Business & Technology Online Health Care Career Training To apply, prospective students will need to verify all with Career Step prerequisites. The deadline to apply for the summer certificate program is May 15. No. Course Page 38128 Medical Transcription Editor Online 60 Students must be at least 18 years of age, possess a 38132 Medical Administrative Assistant Online 60 high-school diploma or GED, be willing to complete a 38140 Pharmacy Technician Online 60 background check and verify completion of the Gold Career Readiness Certificate (download the FAQ from Other online Health care career courses are also http://dce.unm.edu/phlebotomy-2.htm). Students available! Visit our website for the growing list on need to be current on immunizations that are required online courses at dce.unm.edu or contact Loree for working in the field; it is recommended that stu- Nalin for additional information at hhs@dce.unm.edu dents also have current health insurance. or by phone (505) 277-6025. Please schedule student advising with the Program Supervisor to submit your application packet. For Information Session with Career Step more information, visit our program website at: Thursday, May 10, 2012 6pm http://dce.unm.edu/Phlebotomy.htm Enroll early as Combine your interest in self-paced, online training seats are limited. and a healthcare career. Join Career Step No. Course Page Representatives to learn more on Thursday, May 10, 38204 Discover Phlebotomy 61 2012 at 6pm. Career Step has trained over 60,000 38205 Phlebotomy Essentials, Laboratory, students nationwide since 1992. They offer prepara- Clinical Experience Summer 2012 tion for national certifications along with career 23105 Work Skills for the Workplace Summer 2012 advisement and graduate services. Register for 38204 and receive a 10% discount off the tuition of Phlebotomy Essentials, Laboratory and Clinical Phlebotomy Certificate Program Experience (38205) for the certificate program. Our Phlebotomy Certificate Program prepares individ- Deadline to enroll in the Phlebotomy Certificate uals to enter into the medical profession as a phle- program is May 15, 2012. botomist. This nine-week training prepares students for this entry level career in the demanding healthcare Enroll in these 3 courses as the Phlebotomy Student field. In course 38205, students complete 60 hours of Package and pay only $2989. theory, lecture and review, 60 hours of lab and a 100- Discover Phlebotomy (38204) is your chance to hour clinical experience at a local clinical site. decide if this medical career is for you. Learn about Maximize the advantage of your skills, attitude and blood draws and the risks and rewards of this in- preparation with your Work Skills (23105) Career demand occupation. Consult with a working phle- Coach who provides 36 hours of insight into work- botomist about the types of job placement and place demands, successful interview techniques and salary range. Learn about the national certification strategies to assess your strengths and develop a plan through the American Society for Clinical Pathology’s to meet your career goals. Certified Phlebotomy Technician (ASCP PBT) exam. Keys to Well-Being Certified Personal Training Certificate the CPT certificate is issued. Contact the American Red Cross for CPR/AED training dates. In the world of fitness, personal trainers are in high Continue your training with courses to prepare you in demand, with New Mexico employment growth pro- many of the approved areas for NASM and ACE pro- jected to be over 25% until 2018. Prepare for your fessionals. Ask about the availability of CEUs for recer- personal trainer career with this challenging six-week tification of a professional training certificate. course which targets the knowledge, skills and abilities you’ll need to become a personal trainer and prepare No. Course Page for the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) 38221 Personal Trainer for NASM Certification 61 certification exam. Students are expected to attend a Related Courses minimum of 80% of class hours and pass the exam to 38225 Tabata™ Training for Certified Personal Trainers 62 receive NASM Certified Personal Trainer (CPT) cer- 38224 Joint Injury Prevention and tificate. Students must be 18 years of age or older and Accomodations for CPT 61 have proof of a current CPR/AED certificate before 38240 CPT Business Concepts Series 62 38054 CPR and AED for the Community and Workplace 59 20 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Business & TechnologyHolistic Health, Healing and Wellness NutritionAchieve an understanding of complementary wellness Do you think you are just too busy or not interestedpractice and therapy foundations that have gained in good food or nutrition? Today’s health professionalsincreased recognition and acceptance by consumers in understand that health and wellness issues can be relat-the past decade. Examine practical applications for per- ed to nutrition. Health care providers and staff, coach-sonal well-being and for assisting others to achieve es and counselors or anyone concerned with long-termoptimum wellness. Explore the wisdom of using well- plans or lifestyle changes can make a difference. Theseness systems as a complement to current western classes and workshop choices developed a higherhealth care practices or discover new ways that encour- understanding with practical applications for improvedage living well. health. Bring a new commitment to overcome chal- lenging conditions and strive to find solutions withNo. Course Page your clients or patients.38250 Stress Solutions for Mindfulness Practice 62 Human Services Careers38261 Clinical Herbalism 101 63 No. Course Page38265 Clinical Herbalism 102 63 38370 Nutrition Concepts for Wellness: Nutrition with a Twist 63 Register Now! We want to makre sure that you 38395 Whole Kid Nutrition: A Colorful Plate of have a seat and materials or textbook. If your class Being Food Savvy 63 is full, add your name to the wait list. Traditional Medicine No. Course Page 38409 Traditional Medicine without Borders: Curanderismo in the Southwest and Mexico Summer 2012 Our Bonne Cuisine section offers hands-on experiences to entice your taste buds on page 138. For more Health & Fitness classes see page 116.Human Services CareersPrevention and Education for Injury, No. Course PageViolence and Substance Abuse 38687 Injury Prevention 101 64 38772 Mental Health First Aid 64Certification as a prevention specialist through theNM Credentialing Board of Behavioral HealthProfessions will allow you to enter a field with thepotential to save lives. The diversity of this fielddemands current and evidence-based practices for thegrowing workforce. Focusing on multiple sectors, thetraining will engage community-based organizations,local and state governments to work together to buildsustainable, effective change in substance abuse, injuryor violence causes and effects.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 21
    • Business & Technology Substance Abuse Studies Prerequisites for Success Training Program Due to the intensity and nature of our program we The Substance Abuse Studies Training Program pro- request that those in recovery have been sober for a vides the skills and tools needed by professionals in the minimum of one year before seeking admission. Some field of addictions and substance abuse. We offer the may find it more helpful to have two or more years in most current training and resources available in the recovery. Please note that the courses are not intended most proven and promising treatment modalities for as part of a recovery program to support participant individuals seeking to become licensed in the field of sobriety, or as a replacement for therapy. Students are substance abuse counseling. Our instructors’ creden- expected to be open-minded and willing to learn tials offer you the best of both worlds—knowledgeable about and discuss new and different approaches for the educators, who are experienced counselors in the field. treatment of addictions.Human Services Careers With your current counseling license or a degree in Substance Abuse Studies Training Program counseling (from an accredited institution of higher education AA or higher is required by the NMCTPB), No. Course Page this program is specifically designed to meet the edu- 39451 Introduction to Substance cational requirements for the Licensed Substance Abuse Treatment Fall 2012 Abuse Associate (LSAA), or Licensed Alcohol and 39452 Motivational Interviewing Fall 2012 Drug Abuse Counselor (LADAC) in New Mexico, as 39453 Psychopharmacology of Drug Abuse well as meet NAADAC national standards. Visit and Pharmacotherapies Fall 2012 http://dce.unm.edu to download the FAQ to learn 39454 Legal, Ethical and Professional Practice 65 more about enrolling in this training program. 39455 Diagnosis, Assessment and Treatment Planning Fall 2012 Students need to verify all prerequisites with the pro- 39456 Community Reinforcement Approach Fall 2012 gram supervisor prior to registration. Each course 39457 Cognitive Behavioral Treatments qualifies for 16 NAADAC Continuing Education and Practicum Fall 2012 Hours (CEH). To receive CEUs, students will need to 39458 Behavioral Couples Counseling 65 attend all 16 hours of class, and demonstrate under- 39459 Working with Adolescents: Treatment standing of the material covered by passing the course and Prevention 65 exam with a grade of 70% or higher. Partial credit is 39460 Managing Co-Occurring Disorders 66 not given. This program is subsidized by the New 39461 Clinical Supervision 66 Mexico Legislature under House Bill 7. Because the 39414 Prevention and Education Fall 2012 purpose of this funding is to increase the number of 39412 Working with Family Members 65 licensed counselors in the state of New Mexico, seat- 39413 Group Therapies 65 ing is limited for CEUs. The subsidized tuition is sub- ject to the continuation of this funding. For questions Enroll in the series for added savings; fall or spring regarding specific requirements for the LSAA and the series of 7 classes, each for $99 totaling $693. LADAC certification, contact the New Mexico Individual classes are reasonably priced at $129 for Counseling and Therapy Practice Board at 16 hours. www.rld.state.nm.us or (505) 476-4610. The weekend format provides a concentrated learning Course materials are available through eReserves one week prior to the start of class. Instructions and passwords to access experience while allowing participants to meet their eReserves are on your course confirmation. weekday employment and personal obligations. Classes are from 8:30am to 5:30pm on Saturdays and Sundays of every other weekend except holidays. The full pro- Related Courses gram consists of 14 classes for a total of 224 39132 Advanced Ethics Summer 2012 hours.Download the 2011-2012 required and recom- 39310 LADAC Exam Preparation 64 mended reading list from the web site at 39465 Substance Abuse Licensure and Credentialing 66 http://dce.unm.edu/substance-abuse-studies-training- program.htm. Register Now! We want to makre sure that you have a seat and materials or textbook. If your class Undergraduate college credit is available through is full, add your name to the wait list. UNM Extended University for an additional fee and course requirements. Inquire about this with the Program Supervisor. 22 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Business & TechnologyCommunity EngagementNegotiation and Conflict Resolution Grantsmanship and Proposal WritingNegotiation and dispute-resolution skills are important Learn the skills needed to research, identify, and writekeys to success in today’s work environments, whether a successful grant proposal that satisfies your fundingnegotiating with organizations or working through needs. Learn essential terminology, funding types,relationships with coworkers. Work with professional methods, and practical applications in our Grant andmediators to develop your conflict resolution, negotia- Proposal Writing courses. We can provide the toolstion and mediation skills in these interactive certificate you need to successfully compete for funding!programs. Learn how to turn win-lose scenarios—or No. Course Pagelose-lose “stalemates”—into win-win agreements. 42105 Grant Writing: Get a Solid Grip Community EngagementNegotiation and on the Basics Fall 2012 42110 Grant Writing: Stop Writing the GrantConflict Resolution Certificate and Start Writing the Story Fall 2012Registration Discount—Enroll for all three courses at 42135 Grant Research: Where to look forone time and receive a 10% discount. Potential Funders Fall 2012 42140 Writing Grants that Get Funded 66No. Course Page 42150 Essential Grant Skills Fall 201240110 Communicating with Difficult People 6640112 Win-Win Conflict Resolution 66 UNM employees can use tuition remission. For more40114 Successful Negotiating 66 information contact Loree Nalin at 505-277-6025 or hhs@unm.edu.Workplace Mediation CertificatePrerequisite: Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Learn strategies for writing clearly, persuasively, andCertificate. This course is available for early registra- powerfully. For a full list of our writing classes go totion. Add this course when registering for the three page 114.courses listed above to include it in your registrationdiscount. VolunteerNo. Course Page Management40125 Mediating Workplace Conflicts Fall 2012 The courses in these program areas are eligible for UNM employee tuition remission. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed forms to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077 or see our staff listing on page 4. Online Professional Courses 7 Successful organizations value the commitment of Custom Training 8 people who share their time, energy and expertise. Leadership, Management and Supervision 40 Providing an effective and supportive environment for Leadership & Management Tools 43 your volunteers will motivate continued participation. Professional Communications 45 This training is designed to be relevant for coordina- Employment and Career Development 53 tors with established programs as well as those in the Business and Professional Careers 55 process of creating new ones. Students will be intro- Health & Community Action Development 58 duced to best practices for volunteer management Desktop Computing 68 recruitment and motivation. Explore ways to enhance Digital Arts 72 the capacity of your organization to recruit and main- IT Professions 87 tain volunteers. For course information visit our Health & Fitness 116 website at dce.unm.edu. No. Course Page 42471 Building a Successful Program 66 42472 Recruitment, Skill Assessment and Training 67 42473 Managing and Motivating Your Volunteers 67 42474 Evaluating Your Volunteer Program 67Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 23
    • Business & Technology Computer Skills Computers are an essential part of our daily lives. Introduce yourself to the things a computer can do for you, or increase your skills to enhance your job. Our small-class atmosphere, with a maximum of 13 students, means greater interaction with instructors and participants in the best possible learning environment. Our computer labs are equipped with individual computers as well as demonstration monitors. Get the hands-on experience you need to boost your skills in the area of your choice. For more information contact the Program Supervisor at businessapps@dce.unm.edu or (505) 277-6033. For Macintosh-specific questions, contact Caroline Orcutt at digitalarts@dce.unm.edu or (505) 277-6037. Computer LiteracyComputer Literacy Are you a new computer user? Start at the very begin- Computer Literacy Certificate, Level II ning with our small classes and thoughtful instructors. No. Course Page Enroll in our Computer Literacy certificates and learn Prerequisites (as needed) how computers work, how to use Windows and Computer Literacy Certificate Level I or equivalent experience. Macintosh operating systems, and how to email and surf the Internet. In addition, get basic information Required Courses about the main applications used in desktop comput- 51102 Windows: Operating System ing. For those excited to learn more about the differ- Intermediate Summer 2012 ent operating systems, move to Computer Literacy 54102/22 Macintosh: Operating System Certificate Level II. This program focuses on the fea- Intermediate OR Macintosh tures and functions of Windows and Macintosh. Maintenance and Support Fall 2012/71 Desktop Computing Electives (choose 1) Computer Literacy Certificate, Level I 52141 Word: Beginning 68 No. Course Page 52161 Excel: Beginning 69 Prerequisite (as needed) Digital Arts Electives (choose 1) 51001 Beginning Keyboarding 67 54118 Macintosh OS X Applications 71 Required Courses (6) 56101 Computer Graphic: An Introduction 77 51010 Learn to Use a Computer at Any Age 67 51012 Email and the Internet Summer 2012 51101 Windows: Operating System Basics 67 54010 Learn to Use a Mac: An Easy-Paced Introduction 71 54101 Macintosh: Operating System Basics 71 51115 Windows: Organize Your Files and Photos 68 Students ages 12-17 who wish to attend classes at The courses in these program areas are eligible for Continuing Education may contact the program UNM employee tuition remission. Find the forms supervisor for information and registration at dce.unm.edu/tuition-remission.htm. Fax your requirements. completed forms to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077 or see our staff listing on page 4. Online Professional Courses 7 Custom Microsoft Office 2007 Custom Training 8 or Office 2010 Classes Leadership, Management and Supervision 40 In addition to the Microsoft Office classes offered in Leadership & Management Tools 43 this catalog, UNM Continuing Education can create Professional Communications 45 customized MS Office classes for your company or Employment and Career Development 53 department that is upgrading to a new MS Office ver- Business and Professional Careers 55 sion. Contact the UNMCE Custom Training Program at Health & Community Action Development 58 505-277-6034 or email customtraining@dce.unm.edu Desktop Computing 68 Digital Arts 72 IT Professions 87 Health & Fitness 116 24 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Business & TechnologyDesktop ComputingFor more information contact the Program Supervisorat businessapps@dce.unm.edu or (505) 277-6033. Choose Your Office Suite. Many of the course requirements for desktop applications certificates can be taken in Office 2007 or 2010. Online courses are now available for Office 2003. Visit dce.unm.edu and choose “online courses” on the home page. Fast Track Friday classes are a great way to get the Desktop Computing skills you need in one day. 1 day, 8 hours, $229 and lunch is on us! Excel: Beginning 52171 Section A Feb 17 Word: Beginning 52151 Section A Feb 24 Word: Beginning 52151 Section B Mar 23 Microsoft Word MOS Excel: Beginning 52171 Section B Apr 20 No. Course Page Word: Intermediate 52152 Section A Apr 27 52141 Word: Beginning 68 52142 Word: Intermediate 68 For more information contact the Program 52143 Word: Advanced 68 Supervisor at businessapps@dce.unm.edu or (505) 277-6033. Microsoft Excel MOS No. Course PageMicrosoft Office Specialist 52161 Excel: Beginning 69The Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) credential is a 52162 Excel: Intermediate 69globally recognized standard that meets industry 52163 Excel: Advanced 69demand and certifies your computer knowledge and Microsoft Access MOSskills using 2007 or 2010 Microsoft Office. Find outmore about this MOS credential at No. Course Page 52181 Access: Beginning 70http://www.microsoft.com/learning/en/us/ 52182 Access: Intermediate 70certification/mos.aspx 52183 Access: Advanced 70Register for all three classes in any MOS categorybelow and receive your exam voucher free. Place your Access Database Manager Certificatevoucher request by contacting us at Demonstrate that you have the fundamental skillsbusinessapps@dce.unm.edu. needed to use an Access database, extract meaningful data, and develop large-scale Access applications for multiple users. To ensure that you have a seat in a class and a copy No. Course Page of the course textbook or handouts, we recommend that you register at least one week in advance of the Required Courses 52181 Access: Beginning 70 class start date. 52182 Access: Intermediate 70 52183 Access: Advanced 70 52185 Access: Mastering Queries Summer 2012 52186 Access: Creating Custom Reports Summer 2012 52187 Access: Managing Data Summer 2012 65011 Relational Database Design Fundamentals 88 UNM employees, you may use your Tuition Remission benefit for all Business & Technology cours- es. For complete Tuition Remission policy information, please contact the benefits office at 505-277-MyHR.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 25
    • Business & Technology Macintosh Contact: Caroline Orcutt, Program Supervisor, Macintosh Support (505) 277-6037, digitalarts@dce.unm.edu. Certificate Macintosh Certificates No. Course Page The Macintosh certificate program prepares students Prerequisite for operating, upgrading and maintaining Macintosh 54010 Learn to Use a Mac OR basic computer familiarity 71 computer systems at home and in the office. In addi- Required Courses (3) tion, this training provides the basis for a professional 54101/11 Macintosh: Operating System: Basics 71 Macintosh consulting and troubleshooting career. 54118 Macintosh OS X Applications 71 54151 Macintosh OS X Support Mastery 71 Real World Macintosh CertificateMacintosh No. Course Page Prerequisite 54010 Learn to Use a Mac OR basic computer familiarity 71 UNM Continuing Education is the only Apple Required Courses (4) Authorized Training Center in New Mexico. For infor- 54111 Macintosh Operating System: Basics—Fast Track 71 mation on Apple Creative Professional certifications 54118 Macintosh OS X Applications 71 and Apple exams, see pages 39 and 83 or call 54119 Macintosh OS X Administering and Networking 71 Caroline Orcutt at (505) 277-6037. 54122 Macintosh Maintenance and Support 71 Looking for funding assistance? You’ve got options: Tuition assistance may be available if you are unemployed, Application and Registration Process a veteran or veteran’s spouse, or a person with a disability. Other options include education loans or a managed pay- 1. Schedule an appointment with a program ment plan. For a list of funding resources visit our website supervisor at http://dce.unm.edu/loans-financial-aid.htm 2. Use the completed advisement form to work We offer free advisement with a program supervisor to with your selected funder help you choose the training and funding options that work best for you. We make sure that you have all of the 3. Contact your program supervisor about your information you need to complete any required paper- completed funding work. For a list of Program Supervisors with their special- application and award ized areas of study and contact information see page 4. 4. A copy of your advisement form will be forwarded to the UNM Continuing Education Contact Sherry TenClay, Senior Program Manager, at (505) 277-6038 or sherrytc@unm.edu for more information. registration office and you will be registered for classes. You will receive confirmation via email. 26 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Business and Technology Graphic Design & Visual Communication Business & TechnologyDigital ArtsContact: Caroline Orcutt, Program Supervisor, (505) 277-6037, digitalarts@dce.unm.edu. For a comprehensiveDigital Arts Program catalog, see our website or contact the program supervisor. Caroline Orcutt, MA, Program Supervisor Caroline Orcutt began her association with UNM Continuing Education teaching graphic design in 1986. Under her guidance, the Graphic Design Program developed from one class into the current Digital Arts Program, now offering more than 20 different certificates, over 100 courses, online options, and Apple Authorized Training Center status. Caroline’s experience with graphic design, printing, advertising, web design, illustration, photography, and filmmaking, along with her MA in art, give her a commanding and thorough knowledge of the field.Graphic Design & Visual CommunicationGraphic Design/Print Certificates Graphic Design/Print Certificate, Level IIThe Graphic Design/Print certificates focus on profes- No. Course Pagesional design and production for printed materials Prerequisites (as needed)including brochures, newsletters, ads, letterhead, Graphic Design/Print Certificate Level I courses, as needed, orposters, etc. Level I provides a beginning overview of equivalent experiencegraphic design for print. Level II provides the Required Design Courses (3)advanced training needed for the job market. You may 55108 Symbols: Introduction to Visual Literacy Fall 2012work on Levels I and II consecutively or concurrently. 55202 Illustration Fundamentals Fall 2012Graphic Design/Print Certificate, Level I 55221/6392 Color Theory 72/Summer 2012No. Course Page Design Electives (choose 2) 55106 Advertising Design Summer 2012Required Design Courses (5) 55107 Publication Design Fall 201255101 Graphic Design and Visual Communication 72 55123 Logo Design 7255102/322 History of Graphic Design OR 55801/3 Photography with Photography 72/Fall 2012 a Digital Camera 74/Summer 201255103 Typography Fall 2012 55804 Photography Composition 7455105 2D Design 7255201 Drawing Basics for Graphics Fall 2012 Required Business Course (choose 1) 55622 Marketing and Self Promotion for Digital Artists 73Required Business Courses (2) 55623 Marketing with Social Media Summer 201255604 Writing Creative Copy for Print and Web Media 73 55624 Starting a Digital Arts Business Fall 201255625 Legal Issues in Digital Arts 73 55627 Portfolios for PhotographersComputer Prerequisites (as needed) and Designers 7351101/11/54101/11 Operating System Basics Required Independent Study (1) 67/Summer 2012/71/71 55701 Independent Study in Digital Arts 73Required Computer Courses (8) Required Computer Courses (3)56101 Computer Graphics: An Introduction 77 56123 InDesign: Advanced 7856121/6 InDesign: Beginning 78/78 56212 Illustrator: Intermediate 7956122 InDesign: Intermediate 78 56312/27 Photoshop: Intermediate OR56181 Acrobat Pro: Working with PDFs 78 for Print 79/Fall 201256185 Digital Prepress 7856211 Illustrator: Beginning 7856311 Photoshop: Beginning 7956391 Color Management and Calibration 80Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 27
    • Website Design & Development Business and Technology Business & Technology Computer Elective (choose 1) Graphic Design Basics Certificate 56129 Book Publishing with InDesign Summer 2012 The Digital Arts Basics certificates are designed for the 56130 ePublishing with InDesign Fall 2012 small business owner, office employee or anyone who 56134 Interactive InDesign 78 wants to learn the basics of digital arts used in design, 56213 Illustrator: Advanced Summer 2012 marketing and multimedia and needs just the essentials 56312/27 Photoshop: Intermediate OR for Print 79/Fall 2012 to get started quickly. Get started with the basics in 56313 Photoshop: Advanced 79 Graphic Design, Web Design, Digital Photography or all three. These courses also apply to the Level I Electives (1 or more) certificates. Any 1 or more Digital Arts courses (54000-59999) for a total of 8-16 hours No. Course Page Prerequisites (as needed) 51101/11/54101/11 Operating System Basics 67/Summer 2012/71/71 Required Courses (9) 55101 Graphic Design and Visual Communication 72 56101 Computer Graphics: An Introduction 77 56121/6 InDesign: Beginning 78/78 56122 InDesign: Intermediate 78 56181 Acrobat Pro: Working with PDFs 78 56185 Digital Prepress 78 56211 Illustrator: Beginning 78 56311 Photoshop: Beginning 79 56391 Color Management and Calibration 80 Website Design & Development Website Design Certificates Required Business Courses (2) 55604 Writing Creative Copy for Print and Web Media 73 The Website Design certificates focus on building and 55625 Legal Issues in Digital Arts 73 maintaining professional and effective websites. Various tools and techniques for web editing, graphics Computer Prerequisites (as needed) and marketing are presented. Level I provides a begin- 51101/11/54101/11 Operating System Basics ning overview of web design. Level II provides the 67/Summer 2012/71/71 advanced training needed for the job market. For Required Computer Courses (10) Level II, choose a design or development concentra- 56101 Computer Graphics: An Introduction 77 tion or a combination. You may work on Levels I and 56181 Acrobat Pro: Working with PDFs 78 II consecutively or concurrently. 56211 Illustrator: Beginning 78 56311/51 Photoshop: Beginning OR Fireworks 79/80 Website Design Certificate, Level I 57111 Flash: Beginning 80 No. Course Page 58101 Creating and Maintaining a Website 84 Required Design Courses (5) 58111 (X)HTML: Beginning 84 55101 Graphic Design and Visual Communication 72 58117 CSS: Cascading Style Sheets 84 55102/232/322/32 History of Graphic Design, 58121 Dreamweaver: Beginning 84 Animation, Photography, or 58122 Dreamweaver: Intermediate 85 Filmmaking 72/Fall 2013/Fall 2012/Fall 2012 55103 Typography Fall 2012 55125 Designing for the Web Summer 2012 55231 Storyboarding Summer 2012 28 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Business & TechnologyWebsite Design Certificate, Level II Web Design Basics CertificateNo. Course Page The Digital Arts Basics certificates are designed for thePrerequisites (as needed) small business owner, office employee, or anyone whoWebsite Design Certificate Level I courses, as needed, or wants to learn the basics of digital arts used in design,equivalent experience marketing and multimedia and needs just the essentials to get started quickly. Get started with the basics inRequired Design Courses (3) Graphic Design, Web Design, Digital Photography55105 2D Design 72 or all three. These courses also apply to the Level I55108 Symbols: Introduction to Visual Literacy Fall 2012 certificates.55221/6392 Color Theory 72/Summer 2012 No. Course PageDesign Elective (choose 1)55106 Advertising Design Summer 2012 Prerequisite (as needed) 51101/11/54101/11 Operating System Basics Website Design & Development55123 Logo Design 7255201 Drawing Basics for Graphics Fall 2012 67/Summer 2012/71/7155202 Illustration Fundamentals Fall 2012 Required Courses (9)55801/3 Photography with a 55101 Graphic Design and Visual Communication 72 Digital Camera 74/Summer 2012 56101 Computer Graphics: An Introduction 7755804 Photography Composition 74 56181 Acrobat Pro: Working with PDFs 78Required Business Course (choose 1) 56311/51 Photoshop: Beginning55620 Website Marketing and Search Engine OR Fireworks 79/80 Optimization Fall 2012 58101 Creating and Maintaining a Website 8455622 Marketing and Self Promotion 58111 (X)HTML: Beginning 84 for Digital Artists 73 58117 CSS: Cascading Style Sheets 8455623 Marketing with Social Media Summer 2012 58121 Dreamweaver: Beginning 8455624 Starting a Digital Arts Business Fall 2012 58122 Dreamweaver: Intermediate 8555627 Portfolios for Photographers and Designers 73 Web Developer Certificate55635 The Basics of Media Producing 73 Build interactive, data driven websites using both client-side and server-side technologies. Acquire anRequired Independent Study (1) understanding of database design and use, develop55701 Independent Study in Digital Arts 73 basic programming skills, and attain a solid foundationRequired Computer Courses (5) in the construction of websites.56311/51 Photoshop: Beginning OR Fireworks 79/80 No. Course Page58123 Dreamweaver: Advanced 8558201 Principles of Accessible Web Design 85 Prerequisites (as needed)58221 Content Management Systems 51101/11/54101/11 Operating System Basics for Websites Fall 2012 67/Summer 2012/71/7158401 Web Programming: Basics Summer 2012 52181 Access: Beginning 70Design Concentration (choose 3) Required Courses (12)56312 Photoshop: Intermediate 79 58111 Beginning (X)HTML 8456326 Photoshop for the Web 79 58112/5 (X)HTML: Intermediate57112 Flash: Intermediate 80 OR HTML 5 Summer 2012/8458128 Using Dreamweaver and Flash Together 85 58117 CSS: Cascading Style Sheets 84 58201 Principles of Accessible Web Design 85Development Concentration (choose 3) 58221 Content Management Systems58411 JavaScript: Beginning 86 for Websites Fall 201258112/5 (X)HTML: Intermediate 58231 WordPress: Beginning 85 OR HTML 5 Summer 2012/84 58401 Web Programming Basics Summer 201259411 Web Programming with PHP and MySQL 86 58411 JavaScript: Beginning 8658231 WordPress: Beginning 85 58870N XML Essentials 8658207 Green Web Design with Online Forms 85 59411 Web Programming with PHPElectives (1 or more) and MySQL 86Any 1 or more Digital Arts courses (54000-59999) for a total 59412 Web Programming with PHP and MySQL:of 8-16 hours Intermediate 86 65011 Relational Database Design Fundamentals 88 Electives (choose 2) 57111 Flash: Beginning 80 58121 Dreamweaver: Beginning 84 58207 Green Web Design with Online Forms 85 59441 Ruby on Rails: Beginning 86Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 29
    • Business & Technology Multimedia Multimedia Certificates: Print, Web, Video Computer Elective (choose 1) 56181 Acrobat Pro: Working with PDFs 78 The Multimedia certificates focus on professional 57105 Principles of Motion Graphics 80 design and production for print and electronic media 57601 Digital Audio: An Introduction 82 including websites, CDs, DVDs, self-running presenta- 58117 CSS: Cascading Style Sheets 84 tions, as well as brochures, newsletters, ads, letterhead, etc. Choose a print/web or web/video production Print/Web Concentration (3) concentration or a combination. Level I provides a 56121/6 InDesign: Beginning 78/78 beginning overview of multimedia aspects of digital 56122 InDesign: Intermediate 78 arts. Level II provides the advanced training needed 56185 Digital Prepress 78 for the job market. You may work on Levels I and II Web/Video Production Concentration (3)Multimedia consecutively or concurrently. 55911 Digital Videography: An Introduction 77 57311/22/911 Premiere: Beginning Multimedia Certificate, Level I OR Final Cut Pro: Beginning-Intermediate No. Course Page OR FCP 101 Fall 2012/81/82 Required Design Courses (4) 57312/22/911 Premiere: Intermediate OR 55101 Graphic Design and Visual Communication 72 Final Cut Pro: Beginning-Intermediate 55102/232/322/32 History of Graphic Design, OR FCP 101 Fall 2012/81/82 Animation, Photography, or Filmmaking Multimedia Certificate, Level II 72/Fall 2013/Fall 2012/Fall 2012 No. Course Page 55103 Typography Fall 2012 Prerequisites (as needed) 55125 Designing for the Web Summer 2012 Multimedia Certificate Level I courses, as needed, or Design Elective (choose 1) equivalent experience 55105 2D Design 72 Required Design Courses (choose 2) 55201 Drawing Basics for Graphics Fall 2012 55108 Symbols: Introduction to Visual Literacy Fall 2012 55231 Storyboarding Summer 2012 55202 Illustration Fundamentals Fall 2012 Required Business Courses (2) 55221/6392 Color Theory 72/Summer 2012 55604 Writing Creative Copy for Print and Web Media 73 Design and Related Electives (choose 2) 55625 Legal Issues in Digital Arts 73 Any 2 or more Graphic Design, Business, Digital Photography Computer Prerequisite (as needed) or Digital Videography (55000-55999) courses for a total of 51101/11/54101/11 Operating System Basics 16-32 hours 67/Summer 2012/71/71 Required Business Course (choose 1) Required Computer Courses (10) 55620 Website Marketing and Search Engine 56101 Computer Graphics: An Introduction 77 Optimization Fall 2012 56211 Illustrator: Beginning 78 55622 Marketing and Self Promotion 56311/51 Photoshop: Beginning OR Fireworks 79/80 for Digital Artists 73 56391 Color Management and Calibration 80 55623 Marketing with Social Media Summer 2012 57105 Principles of Motion Graphics 80 55624 Starting a Digital Arts Business Fall 2012 57111 Flash: Beginning 80 55627 Portfolios for Photographers 58101 Creating and Maintaining a Website 84 and Designers 73 58111 (X)HTML: Beginning 84 55635 The Basics of Media Producing 73 58121 Dreamweaver: Beginning 84 58122 Dreamweaver: Intermediate 85 We can design custom courses exclusively for the Get Ahead with a Tutorial Elective needs or your business or organization. Call our Custom Training Office at 505-277-6034 for more Two-hour one-on-one sessions with the instructor information. of your choice are available in Macintosh and Digital Arts topics if you have attended a 6-hour or longer class in the same topic. Contact Caroline Orcutt at (505) 277-6037 to schedule a day and time that is convenient for you. $199. 30 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Business & TechnologyRequired Independent Study (1) Print/Web Concentration (3)55701 Independent Study in Digital Arts 73 56123 InDesign: Advanced 78 56212 Illustrator: Intermediate 79Required Computer Courses (choose 5) 56312/27 Photoshop: Intermediate56311/51 Photoshop: Beginning OR Fireworks 79/80 OR for Print 79/Fall 201256312 Photoshop: Intermediate 7956326 Photoshop for the Web 79 Web/Video Production Concentration (3)57112 Flash: Intermediate 80 57913 FCP 300: Final Cut Pro Advanced Editing 8358123 Dreamweaver: Advanced 85 57411/31/951 After Effects58201 Principles of Accessible Web Design 85 OR Motion Fall 2012/81/8358401 Web Programming: Basics Summer 2012 57611/981 Logic Pro: Beginning-Intermediate58207 Green Web Design with Online Forms 85 OR Logic 101/2 82/83 Electives (1 or more) Digital Photography Any 1 or more Digital Arts courses (54000-58999) for a total If you are working toward a certificate and of 8-16 hours cannot find the class you need, call Caroline Orcutt at (505) 277-6037 for advisement.Digital PhotographyDigital Photography Certificates Required Business Course (1) 55625 Legal Issues in Digital Arts 73The Digital Photography certificates offer professionaltraining in creating effective photographs, editing and Computer Prerequisite (as needed)manipulating digital photographic compositions, and 51101/11/54101/11 Operating System Basicsdeveloping photographic portfolios. Digital photogra- 67/Summer 2012/71/71phy may be used in web design, multimedia, filmmak- Required Computer Courses (5)ing, as a fine art medium or in commercial photogra- 56101 Computer Graphics: An Introduction 77phy. Level I provides a beginning overview of digital 56105 Scanning and Digitizing Photos:photography. Level II provides the advanced training Basics Summer 2012needed for the job market. You may work on Levels I 56311/31 Photoshop OR Elements: Beginning 79/79and II consecutively or concurrently. Note: A digital 56312/32 Photoshop OR Elements: Intermediate 79/79camera is required for these certificates. 56391 Color Management and Calibration 80Digital Photography Certificate, Level I Required Photo Organizing Course (choose 1) 51115 Organize Your Files and Photos 68No. Course Page 54303 iPhoto: Beginning Summer 2012Camera Prerequisites (as needed) 56361 Lightroom: Beginning Fall 201255807 Choosing the Right Digital Camera 74 Electives (1 or more)55808 Getting Started with Your Digital Camera 74 Any 1 or more Digital Arts courses (54000-59999) for a totalRequired Photography Courses (5) of 8-16 hours55322 History of Photography Fall 201255801/3 Photography with a Digital Camera 74/Summer 201255804 Photography Composition 7455810/24 Using Natural Light OR Nature and Landscape Photography 74/Fall 201255821/3 Photography with a Digital Camera II OR Digital SLR Techniques 75/75Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 31
    • Business & Technology Digital Photography Certificate, Level II Digital Photography Basics Certificate No. Course Page The Digital Arts Basics certificates are designed for the Prerequisites (as needed) small business owner, office employee or anyone who Digital Photography Certificate Level I courses, as needed, or wants to learn the basics of digital arts used in design, equivalent experience marketing and multimedia and needs just the essentials to get started quickly. Get started with the basics in Required Design and Photography Courses (3) Graphic Design, Web Design, Digital Photography or 55101 Graphic Design and Visual Communication 72 all three. These courses also apply to the Level I 55822 Professional Lighting Techniques Fall 2012 certificates. 55828 Creating Depth in Digital Photography 75 No. Course Page Photography Electives (choose 4) Prerequisites (as needed) 55810/24 Using Natural Light OR Nature and 51101/11/54101/11 Operating System BasicsDigital Photography Landscape Photography 74/Fall 2012 67/Summer 2012/71/71 55821/3 Photography with a Digital Camera II 55807 Choosing the Right Digital Camera 74 OR Digital SLR Techniques 75/75 55808 Getting Started with Your Digital Camera 74 55825 Photographing People in Digital 75 55827 Digital Wedding Photography 75 Required Courses (7) 55829 Event Photography Summer 2012 55801/3 Photography with 55830 Digital Black and White Photography 76 a Digital Camera 74/Summer 2012 55831 Architectural Photography 76 55804 Photography Composition 74 55832 Sports and Action Photography 76 56101 Computer Graphics: An Introduction 77 55834 High Dynamic Range Photography 76 56105 Scanning and Digitizing Photos: 55836 Video Recording with your Digital Camera Fall 2012 Basics Summer 2012 55911 Digital Videography: An Introduction 77 56311/31 Photoshop OR Elements: Beginning 79/79 OR any other Digital Photography 56312/32 Photoshop OR Elements: Intermediate 79/79 (55800-55899) course 56391 Color Management and Calibration 80 Required Business Course (choose 1) Required Photo Organizing Course (choose 1) 55622 Marketing and Self Promotion 51115 Organize Your Files and Photos 68 for Digital Artists 73 54303 iPhoto: Beginning Summer 2012 55623 Marketing with Social Media Summer 2012 56361 Lightroom: Beginning Fall 2012 55624 Starting a Digital Arts Business Fall 2012 55627 Portfolios for Photographers and Designers 73 Required Independent Study (1) 55701 Independent Study in Digital Arts 73 Use Your Photography Skills on a Required Computer Courses (2) 56313 Photoshop: Advanced 79 Story of New Mexico 56392 Color Theory in Digital Media Summer 2012 Trip or Tour Electives (1 or more) Any 1 or more Digital Arts courses (54000-58999) for a total of 8-16 hours Photography opportunities abound with Story of New Mexico’s tours. Join the D.H. Lawrence Ranch Tour, or get some shots at the Hondo Iris Farm. See page 95 or dce.unm.edu for addition- al destinations! 32 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Business & TechnologyDigital FilmmakingDigital Filmmaking Certificates Computer Prerequisite (as needed) 51101/11/54101/11 Operating System BasicsThe Digital Filmmaking certificates offer professional 67/Summer 2012/71/71training in digital filmmaking including videography,video and audio editing, motion graphics, television Required Computer Courses (9)production and demo reels. Learn the skills necessary 56101 Computer Graphics: An Introduction 77for professional video projects, film shorts, broadcast- 56311 Photoshop: Beginning 79ing or innovative filmmaking. Choose a video or 56312 Photoshop: Intermediate 79motion graphics concentration or a combination. 56325 Photoshop for Video Fall 2012Level I provides a beginning overview of digital film- 57105 Principles of Motion Graphics 80making. Level II provides the advanced training need- 57601 Digital Audio: An Introduction 82 Digital Filmmaking /Music Productioned for the job market. You may work on Levels I and 57311/22/911 Premiere: Beginning ORII consecutively or concurrently. Note: A digital video Final Cut Pro: Beginning-Intermediatecamera and tripod are required for some classes in OR FCP 101 Fall 2012/81/82these certificates. 57312/22/911 Premiere: Intermediate OR Final Cut Pro: Beginning-IntermediateDigital Filmmaking Certificate, Level I OR FCP 101 Fall 2012/81/82 57411/31/951 After Effects OR Motion Fall 2012/81/83No. Course PageRequired Videography and Related Courses (6) Digital Filmmaking Certificate, Level II55231 Storyboarding Summer 2012 No. Course Page55232/322/32 History of Animation, Prerequisites (as needed) Photography, or Filmmaking Digital Filmmaking Certificate Level I courses, as needed, or Fall 2013/Fall 2012/Fall 2012 equivalent experience55804 Photography Composition 7455911 Digital Videography: An Introduction 77 For information on advanced curriculum in Digital55921/42 Documentary Videography OR Filmmaking, contact the program supervisor. Community Media Studio Production 77/7755931 Cinematography Basics: Lights, Camera, Action! Fall 2012Required Business Courses (2)55625 Legal Issues in Digital Arts 7355635 The Basics of Media Producing 73Music ProductionMusic Production Certificate Required Courses (4) 57601 Digital Audio: An Introduction 82Enter the world of modern music production with 57611/981 Logic Pro: Beginning-Intermediate ORdigital recording, editing and mixing techniques. Put Logic 101/2: An Introductiontogether a collection of virtual instruments to be to Logic Pro 82/83played live or used with other software. Discover 57641 Reason: Software with a Beat 82dynamite production solutions for music bed, sound- 57691 Music Promotion and Distribution 82track, hip hop, rhythm and blues, rock, electronicmusic creation and more. Advanced Music Production CertificateNo. Course Page No. Course PagePrerequisites (as needed) Prerequisites (as needed)51101/11/54101/11 Operating System Basics Music Production courses, as needed, or equivalent experience 67/Summer 2012/71/71 Required Course (1) 57983 Logic 301: Advanced Music Production 83Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 33
    • Apple Creative Professional Certifications Business and Technology Business & Technology Apple Creative Professional Certifications Apple Authorized Training Center Apple Certified Pro: Motion Level One UNM Continuing Education is the only Apple No. Course Page Authorized Training Center in New Mexico. We offer Apple Training for certification in Final Cut Pro and Prerequisites (as needed) Logic Pro, Apple’s premiere video editing and music 54101/11 Macintosh: Operating System: Basics 71/71 production software. We administer exams for all OR basic knowledge of Macintosh OS X Apple Certifications, including all Creative Professional 57105 Principles of Motion Graphics 80 Applications, iLife and iWork, and Mac OS X exams. OR basic knowledge of editing and motion graphics terminology Apple Certified Pro Required Course (1) Differentiate yourself to employers and prospective 57951 Motion 101: Introduction to Motion 4 83 clients as an Apple Certified Pro, and gain a competi- Suggested Exam Prep (as needed) tive edge in the ever-changing job market. Apple certi- 57699 Tutorial Elective for exam prep 81 fication programs create a benchmark for assessing users’ proficiency in Apple’s professional applications. Required Exam (1) Level One certification attests to basic operational 57990V Apple Certification Exam Session 83 knowledge of the application. Level Two demonstrates knowledge of advanced features and a deeper under- Apple Certified Pro: Logic Pro Level One standing of the application. No. Course Page Apple Certified Pro: Final Cut Pro Level One Prerequisites (as needed) 54101/11 Macintosh Operating System: Basics 71/71 No. Course Page OR basic knowledge of Macintosh OS X Prerequisites (as needed) 57601 Digital Audio: An Introduction 82 54101/11 Macintosh: Operating System: Basics 71/71 OR basic knowledge of audio terminology OR basic knowledge of Macintosh OS X Required Course (1) 56311 Photoshop: Beginning 79 57611/981 Logic Pro: Beginning-Intermediate OR 82/83 57105 Principles of Motion Graphics 80 Logic 101/2: An Introduction to Logic Pro OR basic knowledge of editing terminology Suggested Exam Prep (as needed) Required Course (1) 57699 Tutorial Elective for exam prep 81 57322/911 Final Cut Pro: Beginning-Intermediate OR FCP 101: Introduction Required Exam (1) to Final Cut Pro 81/82 57990V Apple Certification Exam Session 83 Suggested Exam Prep (as needed) Apple Certified Pro: Logic Pro Level Two 57799 Tutorial Elective for exam prep 81 Exam Prep Guide and Practice Exam (see Apple’s website) No. Course Page Required Exam (1) Prerequisite 57990V Apple Certification Exam Session 83 Level One Logic Pro End User certification Required Course (1) Apple Certified Pro: Final Cut Pro Level Two 57983 Logic 301: Advanced Music Production No. Course Page in Logic Pro 83 Prerequisite Suggested Exam Prep (as needed) Level One Final Cut Pro End User certification 57799 Tutorial Elective for exam prep 81 Required Course (1) Required Exam (1) 57913 FCP 300: Final Cut Pro Advanced Editing 83 57990V Apple Certification Exam Session 83 Suggested Exam Prep (as needed) 57799 Tutorial Elective for exam prep 81 Required Exam (1) 57990V Apple Certification Exam Session 83 UNM Continuing Education is the only Apple Authorized Training Center in New Mexico. For more information on certifications and exams, call Caroline Orcutt at (505) 277-6037. 34 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Business & TechnologyAnimation & Motion GraphicsAnimation and Motion Graphics Certificates Required Computer Courses (10) 56101 Computer Graphics: An Introduction 77The Animation and Motion Graphics certificates offer 56211 Illustrator: Beginning 78professional training for moving graphics including 56311 Photoshop: Beginning 79character design, 2D and 3D animation, video editing 57105 Principles of Motion Graphics 80and visual effects. Learn the art and design skills neces- 57111 Flash: Beginning 80sary for professional moving graphics, including those 57112 Flash: Intermediate 80for digital filmmaking, the Web, game design, and 57115 Cartoon Animation with Flash Summer 2012other modeling and animation careers. Level I pro- 57411/31/951 After Effectsvides a beginning overview of animation and motion OR Motion Fall 2012/81/83graphics. Level II provides the advanced training need- 57601 Digital Audio: An Introduction 82 Animation & Motion Graphicsed for the job market. You may work on Levels I and 57311/22/911 Premiere: BeginningII consecutively or concurrently. OR Final Cut Pro: Beginning-Intermediate OR FCP 101 Fall 2012/81/82Animation and Motion Graphics, Level INo. Course Page Animation and Motion Graphics, Level IIRequired Design Courses (4) No. Course Page55201 Drawing Basics for Graphics Fall 2012 Prerequisites (as needed)55202 Illustration Fundamentals Fall 2012 Animation and Motion Graphics Certificate Level I courses, as55231 Storyboarding Summer 2012 needed, or equivalent experience55232/332 History of Animation For information on advanced curriculum in Animation and OR Filmmaking Fall 2013/Fall 2012 Motion Graphics, contact the program supervisor.Required Business Courses (1)55625 Legal Issues in Digital Arts 73 To ensure enrollment in a class, we recommend thatComputer Prerequisite (as needed) you register at least one week in advance of the51101/11/54101/11 Operating System Basics class start date. 67/Summer 2012/71/7 Apple Creative Professional Training Gain a competitive edge in the ever-changing job market and advance your professional creative career. UNM Continuing Education is the only Apple Authorized Training Center in New Mexico. We offer Apple training for certification in Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro, Apple’s premiere video editing and music production software. We also administer exams for all Apple Certifications, including all Pro Apps, iLife and iWork, and Mac OS X exams. See pages 34 and 83 for details. Call Caroline Orcutt at (505) 277-6037 or email digitalarts@dce.unm.edu for more information or free advisement.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 35
    • CompTIA Certifications for Systems Engineering Business and Technology Business & Technology IT Professional Information Technology certifications continue to increase in value. Employers are demanding a concrete method of assessing the knowledge, skills and abilities of potential employees. A certification demonstrates that you have met the international standard of the relevant certifying body. In addition to the certification content listed here, check our website at dce.unm.edu for online certification courses. For more information contact the Program Supervisor at itpro@dce.unm.edu or (505) 277-6033. CompTIA Certifications for Systems Engineering Learn the skills in-demand for supporting and manag- Server Technician ing today’s complex computer networks. Computer technicians support local area networks, workstations, Server+ Certification switches, printers and peripherals. These positions CompTIA Server+ certification, an international indus- require a broad knowledge of network integration, try credential, validates the knowledge of individuals network interoperability, communication technologies, with 18-24 months of experience with Industry network protocols and security. Get prepared for cur- Standard Server Architecture (ISSA) technology. rent job opportunities as well as new career options in Professionals who want to certify their advanced tech- network administration and engineering. nical knowledge in areas such as RAID, SCSI, and A testing voucher is included with each of the multiple CPUs should consider this certification. CompTIA certification courses. Upon completion of No. Course Page each course, place your voucher request by contacting Prerequisites Nanette Bowring at nbowring@dce.unm.edu. A+ certification Network+ certification Network Technician Required Course A+ Certification 63201 Server Administration Concepts (Server +) 87 CompTIA A+ certification gives you training and experience in the building, maintenance and repair of Linux Technician personal computers. A+ validates the latest skills need- Linux+ Certification ed from today’s computer support professionals. The The Linux+ Certification proves technical competency A+ credential requires two tests. and a broad awareness of Linux operating systems. No. Course Page Those holding Linux+ certification demonstrate critical Required Courses knowledge of installation, operation, administration, 63131 Essentials of Hardware and and troubleshooting services. Software Operating Systems 87 No. Course Page 63134 Hardware Repair and Troubleshooting 87 Prerequisites A+ certification Network+ Certification Network+ certification or two years of Linux administration Successful Network+ candidates possess the knowledge experience. to configure and install network hardware, and to Required Courses deploy, configure and support software using different 64101 Linux Fundamentals Summer 2012 network topologies, services, and protocols. 64102 Supporting Linux Workstations Summer 2012 No. Course Page Prerequisite A+ certification or two years of networking experience. Financial Aid and Loans may be available for many Required Course of our courses and certificate programs and certifica- 63312 Network Support (Network+) 87 tions. For more information, contact your Program Supervisor, see page 166 or visit our website at dce.unm.edu/loans-financial-aid.htm 36 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Business & TechnologySecurity Specialist for Linux Users Security Specialist forSecurity+ Certification Hardware FunctionalitySecurity+ validates your security management skills. No. Course PageThe exam covers industry-wide topics including com- Prerequisitesmunication security, infrastructure security, cryptogra- A+ certificationphy, access control, authentication, external attack, and Network+ certification or three years of technical networkingoperational and organization security. This certification experience with emphasis on security.is recommended for senior technicians with two or Server+ certificationmore years of experience. Required CourseNo. Course Page 63511 Security+ 87Prerequisites Exam: CompTIA SYO-301 CompTIA Certifications for Systems EngineeringA+ certificationNetwork+ certification or three years of technical networkingexperience with emphasis on security.Linux + certification UNM employees, you may use your Tuition Remission benefit for all Business & Technology cours-Required Course es. For complete Tuition Remission policy information,63511 Security+ 87 please contact the benefits office at 505-277-MyHR.Exam: CompTIA SYO-301 Custom The courses in these program areas are eligible for IT courses and IT consultation UNM employee tuition remission. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/tuition-remission.htm. Fax your If your business has a need for customized training completed forms to 505-277-1990. For help, call specifically for a group of employees in desktop 505-277-0077 or see our staff listing on page 4. support, programming, systems engineering, GIS or other IT course topics, our Custom Training Program Online Professional Courses 7 can provide these courses at your site or at ours. We Custom Training 8 also provide expert IT consultation for businesses. Leadership, Management and Supervision 40 Contact the UNM Continuing Education Custom Leadership & Management Tools 43 Training Program at (505) 277-6034 or email Professional Communications 45 customtraining@dce.unm.edu for more information. Employment and Career Development 53 Business and Professional Careers 55 Health & Community Action Development 58 Desktop Computing 68 Digital Arts 72 IT Professions 87 Health & Fitness 116Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 37
    • Microsoft Professional and Oracle Online/ITIL Certification Business and Technology Business & Technology Microsoft Professional and Oracle Online We now offer Microsoft and Oracle professional cours- Professionals such as database administrators, develop- es online! Visit dce.unm.edu and choose “online ers, and others planning to take the Oracle Application courses” near the top of the home page. For more Server 10g certification exams will find our online information contact the Program Supervisor at (505) courses a great way to prepare study and refresh for 277-6033, or itpro@dce.unm.edu. the exams. Experience with Linux operating systems; some experience in Internet based application adminis- Microsoft professionals such as network administrators, tration; a good understanding of Oracle Application system administrators, and other IT professionals using Server components and concepts are required prior to Microsoft’s Windows Server 2008 will find online registering for online Oracle course. courses convenient and helpful in exercising their existing knowledge and learning the new. Experience Take a look at our online Oracle classes on our website in implementing and administering Windows network at dce.unm.edu. operating systems; familiarity with network services and applications is required prior to registering for a Microsoft Professional online course. Take a look at our Microsoft courses on page 68. ITIL Certification Information Technology Infrastructure Library Certification. For more information visit the ITIL (ITIL) Certification website at http://www.itil-officialsite.com/ home/home.aspx. For schedule and availability con- ITIL training is essential for IT professionals who want tact the Program Supervisor at itpro@dce.unm.edu or to help their organization use IT to provide continu- (505) 277-6033. ous service management and improvement. This method of IT support can improve IT service and pro- No. Course Page ductivity while reducing costs. Required Course Gain a basic understanding of the ITIL framework and 67955 V3 ITIL® Foundation Certification 88 how it may be used to enhance the quality of IT serv- ice management within your organization. This three day course concludes with the ITIL certification exam. This highly interactive course includes a practical blend of instruction, Q&A, case studies, and sample exams to maximize adult learning and practical application. Instruction is delivered by an ITIL Accredited Training Organization, Propoint Solutions whose EXIN Accredited Trainers (ATs) hold the ITIL Expert Certification and the ISO/IEC 20000 Consultant 38 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Business & TechnologyAutoCAD with 3D Modeling CertificateAutoCAD Courses Register and complete any of our AutoCAD classesComputer Assisted Drafting (CAD) proficiency is and receive access to the AutoCAD student versionrequired for architects and other professionals who use for three years. The student version contains thecomputer drafting and drawing techniques. Learn same AutoCAD software as the $4000 version, butAutoCAD from expert local practitioners. The is to be used for student practice and projects only.AutoCAD certificate program is appropriate for both Access information is given the first day of class.AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT users. For more informa-tion contact the Program Supervisor atitpro@dce.unm.edu or (505) 277-6033. AutoCAD/Geographic Information Systems (GIS)No. Course PageAutoCAD Courses69111 Beginning AutoCAD 8869112 Intermediate AutoCAD 8969113 Advanced AutoCAD Summer 201269115 3D Modeling with AutoCAD Summer 2012Related Courses69116 Introduction to Sketch UP Summer 2012Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Analyst Courses Is GIS right for you? Check out the many occupa- No. Course Page tions that use GIS as an essential tool for data analy- GIS Courses sis, marketing, and cost containment. 69304 Basic Cartography 89 http://gis.com/content/who-uses-gis. Our instructors 69305 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems 89 are experts who use GIS in their daily work. 69311 ArcGIS Desktop: Tools and Functionality® 89 69312 Project Management forLearn how to use Geographic Information Systems to GIS Professionals 89help identify solutions to complex, real world chal- 69313 Advanced GIS 89lenges. GIS provides tools to analyze any comprehen- Related Coursessive set of data tied to location information. More and 52181 Access: Beginning 70more businesses are turning to GIS to address their 69116 Introduction to SketchUp Summer 2012needs for data collection and to make more informed 65011 Relational Database Design Fundamentals 88decisions. For more information contact the ProgramSupervisor at itpro@dce.unm.edu or (505) 277-6033. Custom IT courses and IT consultation If your business has a need for customized training specifically for a group of employees in desktop support, programming, systems engineering, GIS or other IT course topics, our Custom Training Program can provide these courses at your site or at ours. We also provide expert IT consultation for businesses. Contact the UNM Continuing Education Custom Training Program at (505) 277-6034 or email customtraining@dce.unm.edu for more information.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 39
    • This section contains individual course descriptions, dates and times. Please refer to the section beginning on page 11 for program information and guidelines for both UNM certificates and industry-sponsored certifications. For online course information, see page 7 or visit our website. You can also check the website for new course sections that may be established after catalog publication. Business and Technology Business & Technology UNM employees, you may use your Tuition Remission benefit for all Business & Technology courses. For complete Tuition Remission policy information, please contact the benefits office at 505-277-MyHR. Professional professional organizer who has studied hoarding. Hear what the latest science says about this behavior, how you can help and what doesn’t work. Development & Skills Course: 04305 Section A: Jan 18 $45 W For: 3 hours 5:30pm-8:30pm Leadership, Management and CE South Building Katherine Anderson, CPO-CD, Professional Organizer SupervisionLeadership, Management and Supervision Coping with Distractions UNM Employees, you may use your tuition Distractions are abundant both at work and at home. remission benefit for the courses listed in this For some of us, they can seriously interfere with our subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/ ability to function, to be productive, to make and keep tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed forms commitments to others, and to enjoy our time. Learn to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077 from a certified professional organizer ways to cope see our staff listing on page 4. with both internal and external distractions as well as how to stay focused when you need to. Change is Yours Course: 04326 $45 For: 3 hours Learn techniques to empower others to make healthy Section A: Mar 28 W 5:30pm-8:30pm lifestyle changes on their terms. As a manager, you CE South Building care about your team and helping them bring out their Katherine Anderson, CPO-CD, Professional Organizer best is your priority. Although not traditionally the role of management, helping employees improve their Managing Your Time health and well-being can have many benefits for your A recent poll indicates that 83% of the people in this workplace: improvements to health, attendance, com- country want to be better organized! Learn from a munication, relationships, focus, stress management, Professional Organizer how to get around the obsta- and emotional well-being. During this class you will be cles to managing your time. Find the time you need, introduced to skills and techniques to motivate others for yourself or to give to others, and reduce the stress and provide accountability without guilt. You will have in your life. time to practice your skills and create your own plan of Course: 04340 $45 For: 3 hours action. When you apply the information learned dur- Section A: Feb 29 W 5:30pm-8:30pm ing this class, you can empower others to succeed. CE South Building Course: 04302 $45 For: 3 hours Katherine Anderson, CPO-CD, Professional Organizer Section A: Mar 29 Th 8:00am-11:00am CE South Building Conquering Clutter Antonia Montoya, MS, CHES Do you hesitate to invite guests into your home or office? Is clutter getting in the way? Are there piles of Helping Hoarders things all over? Learn from a Professional Organizer: Do you know a pack rat? A friend, neighbor, family (1) how to get rid of the clutter and keep it from member or other loved one that hoards? Have you coming back; and (2) how to organize what you have. seen the hoarding shows on TV and wondered Your home or office can be both functional and whether their tactics work? Would you like to know beautiful. how to help hoarders? Come learn from a certified 40 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Course: 04341 $45 For: 3 hours Robert’s Rules for MeetingsSection A: Jan 25 W 5:30pm-8:30pm Learn ways to make a meeting more effective, produc-CE North Building tive and satisfying. This class will involve techniques toKatherine Anderson, CPO-CD, Professional Organizer shorten a meeting, discuss effectively, give various kinds of reports, understand and state the most used motions, and work with challenging people. The classAppreciative Inquiry: Creating is appropriate for members of business, professional,Positive Change in Your Organization nonprofit and social organizations as well as variousAlbert Einstein said, “No problem can be solved by kinds of business meetings.the same level of consciousness that created it. We Course: 20503 $79 For: 2 hoursmust learn to see the world anew.” Appreciative Section A: Apr 16 M 10:00am-12:00pmInquiry (AI) gives you a practical tool to do just that. Patricia Sutton, PRPAppreciative Inquiry is about the search for the best in Business & Technologypeople and their organizations. It’s a process that cre- Taking Minutes at Meetingsates an alignment of strengths. It doesn’t focus on You are the designated recorder of a meeting, either aswhat’s wrong; it focuses on what’s right, what people an officer of an organization, an administrative assis-want more of, and what they’re willing to commit to tant, a staff member, or perhaps a one-time appointee.in order to make that happen. Come learn more about Learn the difference between taking, bare bones,Appreciative Inquiry and how to utilize it to bring blended and action oriented minutes, and the variousabout positive change in your organization and people. formats for each. Recognize what to include, what toCourse: 20116 $149 For: 4 hours leave out, and techniques that will make the processSection A: Feb 13-15 MW 2:30pm-4:30pm easier. Learn how to make your minutes a true andAnne Lightsey useful record of the meeting. Course: 20504 $79 For: 2 hoursMaking Meetings Effective Section A: Apr 23 M 10:00am-12:00pmReach your established goals and increase employee Leadership, Management and Supervision Patricia Sutton, PRPmorale by managing your meetings effectively.Maximize the value of time spent in meetings, whether Leading a Meetingyou are the leader or a group member, by making You are the presider, either as the elected president ormeetings a powerful tool for progress. Real-life cases designated person in charge of a meeting. What goesare presented to illustrate efficient meeting planning, into the preparation before the meeting? What are theattendance by essential persons, and the management different formats for agendas—your road map forof meetings in progress. Learn how team meetings can keeping the meeting productive, running smoothlybe managed to be more effective and productive. and on time? Learn procedures to cope with difficultMeetings can be fun—come see how! situations and create an atmosphere that is fair and safeCourse: 20500 $139 For: 3.5 hours for all points of view. Practice presiding at a meeting.Section A: Mar 5 M 5:30pm-9:00pm Learn the basic skills to run a great committee, regu-Nancy Greiff, PhD lar, special, or annual meeting. Course: 20505 $79 For: 2 hoursWhat’s in the Bylaws? Section A: Apr 30 M 10:00am-12:00pmHow an organization is formed and how it is run is Patricia Sutton, PRPdefined in its bylaws. Bylaws are the rules adopted andmaintained by an organization on its internal structure Achieving Action Through Your Agendaand management. So, what really goes into the bylaws Discover how to use your meeting agenda as an activeand what should be left out? How are they maintained? and strategic tool for crafting meetings that can makeRecognize trouble spots including ambiguous, unclear, a difference. See how a well-planned agenda, correctconflicting or missing statements. Practice how to fix parliamentary elements and the best balance of timethese and make other needed changes through the management and participation can enhance yourprocess of amendment. Learn ways to make your desired meeting outcomes. Participants will walk awaybylaws easy to understand and work for you. with an understanding of the standard order of busi-Course: 20501 $79 For: 2 hours ness, knowledge of correct parliamentary procedure,Section A: Apr 9 M 10:00am-12:00pm and skill in leading a group through the agenda andPatricia Sutton, PRP meeting process. Course: 20507 $299 For: 9 hours Section A: Jan 26-Feb 9 T 6:00pm-9:00pm Early enrollment options are available for many of Adam Hathaway, PRP our courses. For course listings in addition to those in the current semester, contact your program super- visor or visit our website at dce.unm.edu.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 41
    • Standing Tall, Speaking Well— Productive Performance Appraisals Essential Public Speaking Skills Master the elements of an effective performance You stand before a group of people, and they are wait- appraisal, one that not only communicates the position ing to hear you speak. Maybe you have prepared for of the employer clearly and effectively, but also helps this, and maybe it is impromptu. How will you present both parties substantially improve performance. You yourself? Will you make a fool of yourself? Will you will receive information in this course that will prove a bore your audience? Or will you speak intelligently great asset to all professionals responsible for providing with authority and demonstrate a professional pres- constructive feedback—be it as a front-line supervisor, ence? This course combines instruction and practice committee chairperson, manager, senior executive, or on the 5 major issues of good presentation skills: business owner. Content, Delivery, Body Language, Visual Aids, and Course: 20524 $139 For: 3.5 hours Audience Awareness. Section A: Apr 11 W 5:30pm-9:00pm Course: 20508 $299 For: 8 hours Nancy Greiff, PhD Business & Technology Section A: Feb 16 Th 8:00am-5:00pm David Bowman Leadership, Management and Business Ethics Supervision Online Examine modern business ethics from informed pro- fessional perspectives. Understand ethical problems by SkillSoft self-study classes include: examining real-life ethical scenarios to learn the busi- 20525N Workplace Ethics $99 ness practices that will improve your organization’s 20526N Business Ethics for Managers $99 effectiveness. 20527N Understanding Organizational Ethics $99 Course: 20512 $229 For: 8 hours 20530N Moving From Management Section A: Feb 3 F 8:00am-5:00pm to Leadership $189 Section B: Apr 3 T 8:00am-5:00pm 20531N Succession Planning forLeadership, Management and Supervision Laura Sullivan Gallegos Business Environments $399 21349N Emotional Intelligence Managing Time Productively and in the Workplace $199 Delegating for Results Learn how to create goals that lead to greater produc- tivity. Set priorities and stick to them. Manage conflict- Human Resources Management Online ing role demands. Free up time by delegating tasks correctly. Overcome the “I’d rather do it myself” syn- SkillSoft self-study classes include: drome. Set specific goals for the long, intermediate, 20989N Managing Diversity and short terms. Eliminate time wasters. Build daily in the Workplace $149 plans that move you toward your goals, while allowing 20990N HRCI Professional in flexibility. Human Resources (PHR) $899 Course: 20518 $169 For: 6 hours 20991N HRCI Senior Professional Section A: Feb 6-13 M 5:30pm-8:30pm in Human Resources (SPHR) $899 Nancy Greiff, PhD 20992N Effective Hiring and Interviewing $299 20994N Recruiting and Retention Strategies $399 Motivating and Leading Your Workgroup Create an effective link between job performance and rewards, and succeed as a leader and motivator. This course provides supervisory techniques proven to motivate workgroups to higher and higher levels of performance and accomplishment. Methods to prevent behaviors that detract from employee motivation are also emphasized. Course: 20521 $169 For: 5 hours Section A: Mar 19-26 M 5:30pm-8:00pm Nancy Greiff, PhD Please note that our primary means of communica- tion with students regarding classes is through email. Make sure that your email address is correct when registering for a class, and check your email 24 hours before your class begins. 42 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Understanding Project ManagementLeadership & Define and discuss the five process groups of project management: initiating, planning, executing, control-Management Tools ling, and closing, as discussed in PMI’s Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK). Learn to evaluate projects for success and ‘systemize’ yourProject Management approach to project management. Analyze conflict management, team building, and project manager UNM Employees, you may use your tuition roles and responsibilities. Integrate learned informa- remission benefit for the courses listed in this tion into problem-solving sessions. All texts included. subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/ Suggested: 21000 or previous experience with Project tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed forms Management. to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077 Course: 21005 $799 For: 21 hours Business & Technology see our staff listing on page 4. Section A: Feb 13-Mar 26 M 5:30pm-8:30pm Jane Betterton, BSChe, OPM3 Certified Professional As an official Project Management Institute instruc- tion provider, UNM Continuing Education provides Integrating Project Management: the tools to manage projects successfully. Principles and Practices Understand the tools and skills to manage a project. Learn to integrate project management principles into Identify the deliverables, stakeholders, systems and existing corporate systems. Incorporate project scope, processes that can improve your outcomes. Then time, and cost management into overall planning and prepare for certification through our exam prep execution processes. Set up a project management course, a proven path to exam success. office and establish quality and risk assessment as an integral part of the organization’s decision-makingApplying Project Management for Effective Teams process. Review PMI’s Project Manager Competency Project Management framework to understand the effect of specific compe-Master the complex and challenging organizational tencies on the performance of projects. Requiredprocess of project interaction and support. Learn to Text: PMI’s A Guide to the Project Management Bodynavigate using project management to balance of Knowledge (3rd Edition) may be purchased fromresources within the organization. Learn to treat seg- PMI’s home page at www.pmi.org. All other textsments of work as mini-projects, and understand how included. Recommended prerequisites: Courseto use project management techniques to communi- 21005 or previous experience.cate developments clearly. This approach facilitates aprocess whereby customers actively participate in plan- Course: 21010 $839 For: 24 hoursning and decision-making. Section A: Apr 2-May 21 M 5:30pm-8:30pmCourse: 21000 $449 For: 15 hours Jane Betterton, BSChe, OPM3 Certified ProfessionalSection A: Jan 30-Feb 3 Project Management Professional (PMP®)/ MTWThF 9:30am-12:30pm CAPM® Certification Exam Test PrepJane Betterton, BSChe, OPM3 Certified Professional Participate in an extensive review of the Project Management Body of Knowledge. Determine what you need to learn with an overview of PMP exam The courses in these program areas are eligible for topics, and identify the most important exam topics. UNM employee tuition remission. Find the forms Required Text: PMI’s A Guide to the Project at dce.unm.edu/tuition-remission.htm. Fax your Management Body of Knowledge (4th Edition) may completed forms to 505-277-1990. For help, call be purchased from PMI’s home page at www.pmi.org. 505-277-0077 or see our staff listing on page 4. All other texts included. Recommended prerequi- Online Professional Courses 7 sites: course 21005 or previous experience. Custom Training 8 Course: 21015 $748 For: 18 hours Leadership, Management and Supervision 40 Section A: Apr 10-May 15 T 6:00pm-9:00pm Leadership & Management Tools 43 Carol Menko Professional Communications 45 Employment and Career Development 53 Custom Project Management Classes Business and Professional Careers 55 Your business or department may want to take customized Health & Community Action Development 58 Project Management classes as a group to learn the Desktop Computing 68 processes together, and then develop a unique project plan Digital Arts 72 for your business. Also, PMI Exam Prep courses are offered IT Professions 87 to businesses. Please contact the UNMCE Custom Training Health & Fitness 116 Program at 505-277-6034 or email customtraining@dce.unm.eduRegistration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 43
    • What’s New in MS Project 2010 MS Project: Team Communication and Find out whats new in MS Project 2010 – fast! Focus Productivity only on new and changed features and behaviors to Learn to develop a comprehensive project manage- get up to speed in Microsoft Project 2010. Efficiently ment information system infrastructure and design use the Ribbon, Backstage, enhanced feature access advanced reports to meet project communication and easy customization options. Explore new view requirements. Create and manage custom fields, options, the timeline and team planner, as well as more reports and calendars. Develop and use a shared subtle changes that are easily overlooked. Experiment resource pool and project templates. Prepare project with new scheduling options, top-down summary information to publish online. Share project informa- tasks, inactive tasks and smart cut-and-paste. tion with other software. Review system requirements Understand the differences between Standard and for workgroup collaboration and various add-on prod- Professional versions. For experienced Project users. ucts. Prerequisite: 21030. Course: 21024 $99 For: 3 hours Course: 21041 $269 For: 8 hoursBusiness & Technology Section A: Feb 28 T 1:00pm-4:00pm Section A: Apr 3-5 TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm Mary Byrd Note: 2007 Version. Section B: Apr 10-12 TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm MS Project Module 1: Project Plan Definition Note: 2010 Version. Use Microsoft Project as your Project Management Mary Byrd Information System (PMIS). Learn how to outline and build a specific project plan step-by-step, incorporating Discover Careers in complex relationships between tasks and resources. Process Management Design a Work Breakdown Structure to ensure com- Whether you are seeking a full-time profession or to pletion of the project, set realistic schedules, make perform quality-related functions in your job, a foun- accurate estimates, and manage the expectations of dation in quality can help further your career. Quality customers. Prerequisite: 51101 or 51111 or equiva- impacts all organizations, large and small. Quality pro-Project Management lent experience. fessionals contribute to organizational success by help- Course: 21025 $269 For: 8 hours ing ensure quality products and services, and improv- Section A: Feb 7-9 TTh 8:00am-12:00pm ing business results. Working with leaders at many lev- Note: 2007 Version. els, quality professionals analyze and influence factors Section B: Mar 20-22 TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm such as efficiency, effectiveness, and customer and Note: 2010 Version. workforce satisfaction. Learn what it takes to succeed Mary Byrd in this diverse and challenging field. Identify the knowledge and skills you need, and the resources and MS Project Module 2: Budgeting and Tracking exciting opportunities that are available. Track the use of resources and materials accurately, Course: 21050 $59 For: 3 hours and assure the success of any project! Learn to fine- Section A: Feb 22 W 6:00pm-9:00pm tune schedule and cost estimates with resources using Robert Buxman, CMQ-OE MS Project. Explore trade-off analysis between cost, time and scope. Implement a tracking system for Process Management: A Foundation reporting project progress. Prerequisite: 21025 or for Organizational Success prior approval from instructor. Everything we do is a process and many of these Course: 21030 $269 For: 8 hours processes are recurring. Focusing on processes allows Section A: Feb 21-23 TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm us to resolve issues, increase organizational knowledge, Note: 2007 Version. and improve performance. Through discussion and Section B: Mar 27-29 TTh 8:00am-12:00pm hands-on exercises, learn to apply systems thinking, Note: 2010 Version. map a process, document procedures, focus on the Mary Byrd customer, measure performance, and improve key processes. Discover practical tools that you can use in your organization. Find out how methodologies such Project Management Online as Lean, Six Sigma, the Baldrige Criteria, and more can engage your team and improve organizational out- SkillSoft self-study classes include: comes. 21026N Microsoft Office 2010: Course: 21051 $349 For: 12 hours Beginning Project $299 Section A: Mar 13- Apr 3 T 6:00pm-9:00pm 21027N Microsoft Office 2010: Robert Buxman, CMQ-OE Advanced Project $229 44 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Good Manufacturing Event ManagementPractice“Good manufacturing practice” is a phrase widely used UNM Employees, you may use your tuitionto describe a desired mindset and set of actions and remission benefit for the courses listed in thisbehaviors in the manufacturing of health-related prod- subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/ucts such as pharamaceuticals and surgical instruments. tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed formsThis course is an introduction to the principles and to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077practice of Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP). see our staff listing on page 4.Emphasis is on topics of common interest to all thoseinvolved with GMP-governed products, regardless of Certified Wedding and Event Plannerproduct type. Topics will include: food and drug law; Wedding and Event Planning Certification is designedcore principles of GMP; ethics; motivating employees for students looking to get started in the glamorousin GMP compliance; good documentation practices; and exciting wedding and event industry. This hands- Business & Technologyquality assurance and audits; physics, chemistry and on program covers everything a wedding and eventbiology of sterilization methods; process chemical sani- planner needs to know, including contracts, etiquette,tization and maintenance of sterility; validation; prod- flowers, music, day of services, marketing, industryuct complaints, adverse events and device complaints; business practices and application. This program willproduct and device stability; supply chain; inspection, provide students with all of the tools necessary tolabeling and packaging; environmental monitoring; become a professional wedding and event planner.batch record release; investigations and problem Students will also have the opportunity to participatereport writing; root cause analysis; Lean Six Sigma; at real local weddings and events for additional hands-statistical process control; ICH Q9; risk management; on experience. Graduates will receive an internationallyand ISPE Risk-Mapp. The target audience are those recognized certification and post graduate support.employed, or intending to be employed, in any phase Tuition includes textbook, online curriculum andof research, development or production which involves access to LWPI Student Center. Event Management/Professional Communicationsthe preparation, execution and/or management of Course: 21100 $999 For: 40 hoursStandard Operating Procedures. This course will be of Section A: Feb 14-Apr 5 TTh 6:00pm-8:30pmspecial interest to students preparing to apply foremployment at organizations which adhere to GMP Carol A. Cristguidelines.Course: 21060 $99 For: 40 hours Professional CommunicationsSection A: Jan 24-May 17 TTh 5:30pm-6:45pm UNM Employees, you may use your tuitionScott Sibbett, PhD remission benefit for the courses listed in thisNote: Tuition for this class is subsidized through the subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/participation of Johnson & Johnson Ethicon tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed formsEndosurgery Inc., OSO BioPharmaceuticals, the to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077Department of Veterans’ Affairs Cooperative Studies see our staff listing on page 4.Program and the UNM School of Engineering Centerfor BioMedical Engineering. The Five Most Important Writing Strategies Writing quality affects your professional and personal Negotiation and Conflict Resolution courses have success, whether you’re writing business documents, moved to page 66 as part of our new area of academic papers, or novels. But what is quality writ- Community Engagement courses. You’ll also find ing? In this course, you will learn to use the five most them included in the Intermediate Supervisory Skills important strategies for effective writing, five powerful Certificate on page 12. Same great instructors, same strategies identified and developed from over 20 years of editing and communications experience. If you mas- certificate programs, in a new home. Conflict ter these five strategies, your writing will significantly Resolution/Mediation, Grant writing and Volunteer/ improve. Non-profit management). For more information Course: 22027 $159 For: 4 hours contact Loree Nalin, Program Supervisor, at Section A: Mar 20 T 1:00pm-5:00pm lnalin@unm.edu or (505) 277-6025, or visit Section B: Apr 26 Th 1:00pm-5:00pm dce.unm.edu. David BowmanRegistration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 45
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    • Languages French Conversation Do you have a desire to formally communicate in UNM Employees, you may use your tuition French? In your quest of learning French, you may remission benefit for the courses listed in this Acquire vocabulary and learn about the grammar... subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/ but are you ready to use them in a conversation? tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed forms Conversations on the topic Le Francais et la vie! to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077 Exercises on the structures that create an automatism see our staff listing on page 4. of the language will prepare and give you the skills you need to handle a conversation on each subject of this topic.Contemporary Mandarin Chinese I Course: 09606 $110 For: 28 hoursHave you ever wanted to learn Chinese for business or Section A: Feb 7-May 8 T 7:00pm-9:00pmpleasure? This is the right class for you. This is an Garfield Middle Schoolintroductory course in contemporary Mandarin Business & TechnologyChinese. There will be an emphasis on spoken lan- Anne-Marie Stimson, BAguage with secondary stress given to the written char- German Iacters. Tonal drills will be introduced, as well as con- Explore the language, culture and history of Germanytemporary and traditional rhymes. Additionally discus- and its people. This course introduces basic vocabularysions of cultural topics will help students appreciate the and sentence structure. We will tackle simple conversa-beauty and richness of this language. tionsand “survival” situations in a foreign country.Course: 09601 $100 For: 20 hours This is done through a variety of activities, such asSection A: Jan 31-Apr 3 T 6:00pm-8:00pm classroom discussions, small group activities, Q & A,Garfield Middle School etc. All of it happens in a relaxed atmosphere. ThisTo be Announced class is taught by a native German speaker.French I Course: 09607 $110 For: 28 hours LanguagesHave you ever been handed a menu in French restau- Section A: Jan 23-Apr 30 M 7:00pm-9:00pmrant and wondered what Coq au Vin meant—and then Garfield Middle Schooltried to pronounce it? Has the waiter smiled knowing- Note: This class will not meet on Mar 12.ly when you pointed to escargots. This class gives you Rosa Cooperthe opportunity to not only decipher those curious German IIdishes but to go beyond menu-ordering? The classemphasis will be on learning the intricacies of conver- Now that you’re familiar with the basics, learn to cre-sation, reading and writing. Learning a language is also ate in your new language: express ideas, ask questions,discovering a culture so there will be some history les- join in classroom discussion. We will read short stories,sons, and a wine and cheese tour of France—all done and engage in conversation and build on our knowl-in a enjoyable way. Students should bring a map of edge of German grammar. The main idea is to learnFrance to class. while having fun. This class is taught by a native German speaker.Course: 09604 $110 For: 28 hours Course: 09608 $110 For: 28 hoursSection A: Feb 6-May 7 M 6:00pm-8:00pm Section A: Jan 25-May 2 W 7:00pm-9:00pmGarfield Middle School Garfield Middle SchoolAnne-Marie Stimson, BA Note: This class will not meet on Mar 14.French II Rosa CooperPlanning a trip to France or just the desire to build upyour knowledge of French? You’ve chosen well.France is Europe’s most diverse and exciting countryto explore. You will learn more essential vocabularyusing exercises that combine grammar structures andideas for conversations. Le Français et la vie! (TheFrench and life!) is the theme of study for this class.Open the door to a better understanding of France, itspeople, its rich and colorful past, its contribution to UNM CE can create customized language courses inart, and its unique lifestyle. Professional English, Workplace English or WorkplaceCourse: 09605 $110 For: 28 hours Spanish tailored to your business or organization.Section A: Feb 1-May 2 W 6:00pm-8:00pm Please contact custom training@dce.unm.edu orGarfield Middle School (505) 277-6034 for more information.Anne-Marie Stimson, BARegistration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 47
    • Italian Beginning I Japanese II Start to converse on everyday subjects in Italian. This course is suitable for those already familiar with Explore a new world through learning Italian and have basic Japanese. We will cover grammar, Japanese writ- fun while doing it! Begin to acquire Italian through ing, basic conversation and culture. The class will be songs, gestures, jokes, and recipes. This is the class to taught by a native speaker. Required Text: Japanese take if you want to develop confidence with a new lan- For Busy People, Association for Japanese Language. guage. Required Text: Ultimate Italian: Beginner- Text is available at the UNM bookstore. Intermediate. Living Language, Random House. Text Course: 09616 $110 For: 28 hours is available at the UNM Bookstore. Section A: Jan 26-Apr 26 Th 6:30pm-8:30pm Course: 09612 $110 For: 20 hours Garfield Middle School Section A: Feb 28-Mar 29 TTh 6:00pm-8:00pm Nobuko Krank Garfield Middle School Sign Language IBusiness and Technology Cristina Baccin Business & Technology This sign course introduces students to the process Italian Conversation and structure of sign language. In this class you will Know a little Italian? Brush up your conversational be provided with basic skills necessary to use the lan- skills with this class for advanced beginners. We’ll con- guage. Your signing and comprehension skills will be verse about contemporary Italian topics as if we were enhanced by an understanding of Deaf Culture. This enjoying a coffee together in a typical piazza bar. class is for beginning students. Course: 09614 $95 For: 10 hours Course: 09617 $95 For: 16 hours Section A: Apr 11-May 9 W 6:30pm-7:30pm Section A: Feb 27-Apr 16 M 6:00pm-8:00pm Garfield Middle School CE South Building Cristina Baccin To Be Announced Japanese I Spanish ILanguages This class is for those who want to learn about the This is an introductory course for students without Japanese language and the intriguing Oriental culture. any previous experience with the Spanish language. We The primary focus will be on learning grammar, pro- will begin with Spanish sounds and the alphabet. The nunciation, and basic conversational skills. Intermixed focus of the class is basic communication skills through throughout the course will be an introduction to the vocabulary as well as basic grammar. Text is available at Japanese culture. If you ever plan to take a business or the UNM Bookstore. Required Text: Dos Mundos, sightseeing trip to Japan, start here. It will make your McGraw Hill, 7th Edition. stay in Japan so much more rewarding. The class is Course: 09619 $110 For: 28 hours taught by a native Japanese speaker. Required Text: Section A: Jan 23-Apr 23 M 10:00am-12:00pm Japanese For Busy People, Revised 3rd edition, CE South Building Romanized version, Kodanshe International. Text is available at the UNM Bookstore. Hilma Espinosa, PhD Course: 09615 $110 For: 28 hours Section B: Jan 23-Apr 23 M 6:30pm-8:30pm Section A: Jan 31-May 1 T 6:00pm-8:30pm Garfield Middle School Garfield Middle School To Be Announced Nobuko Krank Section C: Jan 24-Apr 24 T 10:00am-12:00pm CE South Building Hilma Espinosa, PhD Section D: Feb 1-May 2 W 6:30pm-8:30pm Garfield Middle School Pedro S. Torres Section E: Feb 9-May 10 Th 6:30pm-8:30pm Hayes Middle School Rossana Bartra 48 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Spanish II Course: 09625 $95 For: 16 hoursContinue to improve your Spanish language skill with Section A: Jan 26-Mar 15 Th 10:00am-12:00pmthis continuation of Spanish I. We will cover Capitulos CE South BuildingCuatro, Cinco, Seis y Siete of Dos Mundos. We will Margarita Guarinlearn more vocabulary and grammar with additional Section B: Jan 30-Mar 19 M 6:30pm-8:30pmtime devoted to practicing conversation. Required Garfield Middle SchoolText: Dos Mundos, McGraw Hill, Pedro S. Torres7th Edition.Course: 09620 $110 For: 28 hours Conversational Spanish Part IISection A: Jan 23-Apr 23 M 6:30pm-8:30pm This course is a continuation of Part I. Emphasis is onGarfield Middle School communication. Learn a variety of verb tenses andTo Be Announced how to use your vocabulary in daily situations. The class will be divided into conversational groups, which Business & TechnologySection B: Jan 31-May 1 T 6:30pm-8:30pm will give the students an immediate outlet for usingGarfield Middle School more advanced grammar and vocabulary.Pedro S. Torres Course: 09626 $95 For: 16 hoursSpanish III Section A: Mar 22-May 10 Th 10:00am-12:00pmFine tune your Spanish with this continuation of CE South BuildingSpanish II. We will cover Capitulos Ocho, Nueve, Margarita GuarinDiez y Once. This class will be taught in Spanish, Section B: Mar 26-May 14 M 10:00am-12:00pmexcept when you need additional explanation in Garfield Middle SchoolEnglish. The class session is divided into one hour of Pedro Torresgrammar and review and one hour of conversation.Required Text: Dos Mundos, McGraw Hill, 7th Portuguese IEdition. This is an introductory course for students without LanguagesCourse: 09621 $110 For: 28 hours any previous experience with the Portuguese language.Section A: Jan 23-May 7 M 7:00pm-9:00pm It begins with Portuguese sounds and the alphabetCE South Building and evolves to cover basic conversational and writtenNote: This class will not meet on April 23 & 30. skills with use of the present and past tenses. Students will also learn differences between the Portuguese ofHilma Espinosa, PhD Portugal and Brazil. Required Text: Portuguese,Advanced Spanish Conversation Manuela Cook. McGraw-Hill; 5th edition. Text isThis class is for students who have completed Dos available at the UNM Bookstore.Mundos Text or successfully finished Spanish III. We Course: 09628 $110 For: 28 hourswill have a brief review of grammar. This class will be Section A: Feb 2-May 3 Th 7:00pm-9:00pmconducted completely in Spanish. Any edition of Dos Garfield Middle SchoolMundos is helpful. Kay ShafferCourse: 09622 $110 For: 28 hoursSection A: Jan 24-May 8 T 7:00pm-9:00pmCE South BuildingNote: This class will not meet on April 24 & May 1.Hilma Espinosa, PhD Dos Mundos—A Spanish CurriculumConversational Spanish Part IThis class is a practical guide for those who have Spanish I, Spanish II, Spanish III and Spanish IV useSpanish speaking experience and are motivated to con- the same textbook, Dos Mundos, 7th Edition. Theseverse but lack skills, vocabulary, and confidence. are structured classes that give students the founda-Through a progression of nouns, verbs, and other tion and understanding of grammar. As soon as stu-parts of speech, students are given the tools and struc- dents learn enough basic vocabulary in Spanish I,ture which will enable them to be understood. This they are engaged in easy conversation. In Spanish II,fun, total immersion adventure in language learning is the students have more time for conversation, apply-taught through context. Students should have a basic ing what they are learning in class. In Spanish III, theunderstanding of grammar and sentence structure. first hour is spent reviewing vocabulary and grammar,Note: Taking Spanish I & II before enrolling in this and the second hour concentrates on conversation.class is strongly recommended. This is not a beginning Advanced Spanish Conversation is completely taughtlevel class. in Spanish. When students complete the four semes- ters, they should feel comfortable in conversations away from the classroom.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 49
    • Portuguese II Intensive Spanish Intermediate/Advanced The Portuguese II is a continuation of Portuguese I. This course is designed for the intermediate and the In it, students will expand their vocabulary and tackle advanced student of Spanish. The purpose is to devel- new verb tenses and grammatical constructions op better oral proficiency where the student can use through written and conversational exercises. language creatively, participate in challenging conversa- Required Text: Teach Yourself Portuguese by Manuela tions and communicate successfully in basic survival Cook, McGraw-Hill: 4th Edition situations. Basic grammar structures and vocabulary Course: 09629 $110 For: 28 hours will also be emphasized, to help strengthen written Section A: Feb 1-May 2 W 7:00pm-9:00pm and oral skills. Culture as communication will be Garfield Middle School incorporated into the course along with listening, Kay Shaffer speaking, reading and writing skills. To learn Spanish as a foreign language is to learn to interact within the Intensive Spanish for Beginners Hispanic culture. Come join us! Required Text:Business & Technology The course is designed to introduce the participants to Juntos Dos. Text is available at the UNM Bookstore. the Spanish language and culture in 2 weeks. It will Students should bring a sack lunch. also help participants develop their abilities in the four Course: 09632 $215 For: 48 hours language skills: reading, listening, speaking, and writ- Section A: Mar 12-29 ing. Using of Spanish is encouraged through conversa- MTWTh 8:30am-12:30pm tion exercises, role playing, reading, and oral presenta- CE South Building tions. Movies, Music videos and Spanish television and Rossana Bartra radio programs will form part of the course as well as field trips to places (restaurants, market, etc.) that will Russian I help the participants to develop and practice the A warm welcome to Beginning Russian! This language Spanish language. Required Text: Juntos-Uno. Text is is the threshold to a fascinating world, much like our available at the UNM Bookstore. own yet totally different. A knowledge of the languageLanguages Course: 09630 $215 For: 48 hours ‘even at a beginning level’ can open doors otherwise Section A: Jan 23-Feb 4 closed and take you places that you may not have MTWThFSa 9:00am-1:00pm known exist. It can also be a major asset in many pro- CE South Building fessional fields. This course comes with a guarantee Rossana Bartra that eventual use of the language will yield great per- sonal satisfaction. Class is taught by a native speaker. Intensive Spanish Beginning Required Text: Nachalo, Vol I text and workbook Welcome to intensive Spanish! This course is for stu- (McGraw Hill, 2000). Text is available at the UNM dents who are unfamiliar with the Spanish language Bookstore. and others who want to gain reasonable fluency in Course: 09634 $110 For: 28 hours three weeks. All four language skills (listening, speak- Section A: Jan 24-Apr 24 T 6:30pm-8:30pm ing, reading and writing) are emphasized, but the UNM Main Campus focus is on oral communication, development of Tamara Stukova, PhD vocabulary and basic writing and reading skills. Production of Spanish is encouraged through conver- sation exercises, role playing, reading, current events The courses in these program areas are eligible for and oral presentations. The class is supplemented with UNM employee tuition remission. Find the forms field trips to Spanish restaurants, historical sites and at dce.unm.edu/tuition-remission.htm. Fax your the Theater (at students expense). Required Text: completed forms to 505-277-1990. For help, call Juntos-Uno. Text is available at the UNM Bookstore. 505-277-0077 or see our staff listing on page 4. Course: 09631 $215 For: 48 hours Section A: Feb 13-Mar 1 Online Professional Courses 7 MTWTh 8:30am-12:30pm Custom Training 8 CE South Building Leadership, Management and Supervision 40 Rossana Bartra Leadership & Management Tools 43 Professional Communications 45 Employment and Career Development 53 Business and Professional Careers 55 Health & Community Action Development 58 Desktop Computing 68 Digital Arts 72 IT Professions 87 Health & Fitness 116 50 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Russian II Instruction andThis class will expand the skills of those students whohave completed the course Russina I. The same text Facilitation Training(Nachalo I, When in Russia...) will be used in class foradvanced grammar and vocabulary study. However, UNM Employees, you may use your tuitionthe emphasis of the course will be a personal pursuit of remission benefit for the courses listed in thisthe language according to student need and interest. subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/Specialized vocabulary and grammar studies which stu- tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed formsdents for their own purposes will be developed during to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077selected classes and conversational skills will be devel- see our staff listing on page 4.oped according to student interest. This class is taughtby a native Russian speaker. Required Text: Nachalo, Our courses can help you lead a better meeting,Vol.I text and workbook (McGraw Hill, 2000). Text is develop more effective communication tools, or ana- Business & Technologyavailable at UNM Bookstore. lyze the training needs of your organization.Course: 09635 $110 For: 28 hours Our partnership with ASTD (American Society forSection A: Jan 26-Apr 26 Th 6:30pm-8:30pm Training and Development) will offer professionalUNM Main Campus support in this growing career field.Tamara Stukova, PhD Early Enrollment OptionConversational Russian Some future course offerings in this program areCome and practice speaking Russian! Through numer- now open for registration. Visit dce.unm.edu orous communicative situations we will build vocabulary, contact Angela Pacheco at delong@unm.edu oracquire patterns of use, develop speaking and listening (505) 277-3975 for scheduled dates and times.comprehension skills! Vocabulary necessary for traveland for common social situations typical in the Facilitating Adult Learning Instruction and Facilitation TrainingRussian-speaking world will be the focus of games, dis-cussions, dialogues, role plays and other communica- Discover how to facilitate learning in the workplace ortive activities! Learn more about Russian culture, tradi- classroom. Explore adult learning theory, learningtions and the way of being! Enrich your knowledge of styles, and the unique characteristics of adult learners.Russian holidays, music and literature. All levels of View adult learners both as a collective group and asproficiency are welcome! Beginners are encouraged to individuals with diverse needs. This course emphasizesparticipate! Come to converse and to have fun! the practical, and summarizes the theoretical. It isCourse: 09636 $110 For: 28 hours helpful to anyone teaching or training adults in formalSection A: Jan 23-Apr 23 M 6:30pm-8:30pm or informal settings.UNM Main Campus Course: 23000 $359 For: 15 hoursTamara Stukova, PhD Section A: Jan 18-Feb 15 W 6:00pm-9:00pm Crista BenavidezBasic Navajo LanguageThis course will introduce students to the basics of Instructional Systems Designoral and written Navajo language enabling them to Receive an introduction to the complete 5-step ISDconverse in everyday Navajo language. Emphasis will model—analysis, design, development, implementa-be on developing basic vocabulary used in common, tion, and evaluation—then participate in a detaileddaily situations, e.g., greetings, simple requests, and study of the analysis and design steps. Discussions willdescriptive statements. Required Text: Dine Bizaad focus on defining the target audience, developing aby Irvy W. Goossen. Text is available at the UNM content outline and writing instructional objectives.Bookstore. Develop a training project analysis and design a docu-Course: 09638 $95 For: 28 hours ment for the final class project. Suggested: 23000.Section A: Jan 19-Apr 19 Th 6:00pm-8:00pm Course: 23003 $459 For: 18 hoursGarfield Middle School Section A: Feb 22-Mar 28 W 6:00pm-9:00pmEsther Yazzie-Lewis Leah KierRegistration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 51
    • Presentation Skills for Trainers Exploring Technologies Used Make training more fun and effective. Identify your in Online Instruction presentation style and develop the practical skills and Explore some of the technology tools used to create techniques to make your presentations interesting, rel- and deliver effective online courses. Familiarize your- evant, and engaging. Discuss delivery skills, techniques self with common platforms including Moodle, for dealing with difficult training situations, and activi- WebCT, and Blackboard. Review the basics of devel- ties that enhance learning. Practice new skills in a sup- oping online courses in these platforms and the portive learning environment. strengths and limitations of each. Prerequisite: 23041. Course: 23006 $359 For: 15 hours Course: 23042 $129 For: 3 hours Section A: Apr 9-May 7 M 6:00pm-9:00pm Section A: Apr 12 Th 6:00pm-9:00pm Dr. Ellen Dowling Jane Erlandson Evaluation Skills for Trainers Basics of Online Course Development Business & Technology Learn strategies to accurately assess training programs. Learn about instructional design principles to maxi- Discuss the evaluation process, including determining mize content comprehension in an online environ- needs, collecting relevant data, analyzing and inter- ment. Develop effective learning objectives tailored to preting data, communicating results, and strategies to online courses. Incorporate activites and other course ensure the effective use of results. Prerequisite: content that encourages interaction and enhances stu- 23003. dent engagement. Learn how to complete common Course: 23009 $359 For: 15 hours course development activities such as discussion ses- Section A: Feb 7-Mar 6 T 6:00pm-9:00pm sions, uploading assignments, adding video, and oth- Barbara Ibanez, MA ers. Prerequisite: 23042. Course: 23045 $359 For: 15 hours Managing Challenging Classroom Situations Section A: Apr 19-May 17 Th 6:00pm-9:00pm Anticipate possible classroom challenges and use facili- To be AnnouncedInstruction and Facilitation Training tation skills to avoid disruptions. Look for cues that allow you to focus on the situation, issue, or behavior while maintaining participant dignity and self-esteem. Discover how your perceptions and delivery style can impact or contribute to a classroom situation. This course explores behaviors in the classroom such as par- ticipant passivity, negativity, over-participation, argu- mentative and sidebar conversations. It also explores the communication strategies: how to influence the emotional reaction, provide support and come face-to- We are pleased to announce that the UNM Institute of face. Skills practice and discussion are included. Public Law’s Transportation Safety Law Center has Course: 23023 $359 For: 15 hours moved to UNM Continuing Education. Instructor train- Section A: Apr 18-May 16 W 6:00pm-9:00pm ing for Driver Education, Driving Safety, and DWI Barbara J Cappel, MA schools, as well as Ignition Interlock facilities licensing and monitoring services will now be done here. Introduction to Continuing Education will also provide transportation Online Instruction safety related trainings, educational materials develop- Explore the fundamentals of online education. ment, and research. The same outstanding services— Understand the differences between face-to-face, just at a new location! hybrid, and fully-online learning environments and the strengths and limitations of each. Develop course materials and activities geared toward creating success- ful online learners. Discover strategies used to engage online learners and establish social presence. Recognize the role of an outstanding online instructor and what (505) 277-0077 | dce.unm.edu | 1634 University Blvd. NE is required to effectively teach in an online environ- ment. Course: 23041 $299 For: 12 hours Section A: Mar 15- Apr 5 Th 6:00pm-9:00pm Angela Pacheco, MA 52 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Certified Professional in Learning andPerformance Exam Prep (CPLP) Employment andValidate your professional status with the highlyrespected Certified Professional in Learning and Career DevelopmentPerformance (CPLP) designation offered by theAmerican Society for Training and Development. This UNM Employees, you may use your tuitionexam preparation course covers all nine categories of remission benefit for the courses listed in thisLearning and Performance expertise, and provides par- subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/ticipants with a complete set of ASTD Learning tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed formsSystem manuals and a comprehensive, web-based to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077CPLP practice test. see our staff listing on page 4.Course: 23075 $999 For: 30 hoursSection A: Feb 15-May 2 W 6:00pm-9:00pm WorkSkills Business & TechnologyLeah Boetger Develop—or refine—your workplace and interpersonal skills with this comprehensive, results-focused course.Driver Education New Instructor Training Improve your ability to speak in a group, discover theThis 40-hour course provides instruction strategies for most effective ways to get essential information fromteaching Driver Education in the classroom and your supervisor, learn to resolve conflicts with your co-behind the wheel. Completion of this training is workers, and train yourself to cope with change in arequired in order to be certified to teach Driver professional manner. Explore the “ripple effect” ofEducation in either private Driver Education schools teamwork, and learn effective ways to balance your lifeor in public schools. Instructors currently teaching between home and work. Apply five basic principlesclassroom curriculum or behind the wheel on a train- that will transform your new skills into a methodologying waiver are required to take this class in order to for daily living.continue teaching. Course: 23105 $499 For: 36 hours Employment and Career DevelopmentCourse: 23080 $450 For: 40 hours Section A: Feb 6-Mar 2 MWF 9:00am-12:00pmSection A: Mar 12-16 MTWThF 8:00am-5:00pm Carol March, MAGeorge Carmignani, PhD Getting Your Resume to the Top of the Pile In a tight job market, knowing how to relate your Training and Facilitation Online skills and competencies to what employers are looking SkillSoft self-study classes include: for will make you stand out from the crowd. In this workshop, you will learn how to understand compe- 23028N Presenting Successfully $129 tency-based systems and define the competencies 23092N Facilitation Certificate Online $259 employers in your field are looking for. You will also receive a template for creating a competency-based resume. Learn how a competency-based resume can The Driver Educator Training Programs are now help you find a new job quickly. Whether you’re offered through UNM Continuing Education! If you unemployed now, facing layoff, or looking for a new are a Driver Education Instructor, DWI School position while still working, a great resume makes your Facilitator, or a Driving Safety Instructor, your recertifi- job search easier and more productive. cation and continuing education courses are now Course: 23125 $99 For: 4 hours available here rather than through the UNM School Section A: Feb 16 Th 1:00pm-5:00pm of Law—Institute of Public Law. For more information Section B: Apr 19 Th 1:00pm-5:00pm about these trainings, please contact Angela Carol March, MA Pacheco, Education Specialist, at delong@unm.edu. Wanting to become a new Driver Education Instructor, DWI School Facilitator, or Driving Safety Instructor? The new instructor trainings are now also available through Continuing Education as well! Check out our website at transportation.unm.edu for more information on how to apply.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 53
    • Career Transition in Difficult Times Global Career Development Facilitator Training Layoffs, downsizing and reorganization. How will you Become a Global Career Development Facilitator! This navigate a culture of cutbacks in order to survive and 90 hour course will develop or enhance your career in prosper? This overview of career transition will teach career development. A GCDF may serve as a career you how to assess where you are, identify your trans- group facilitator, job search trainer, career resource ferable skills, develop a competency-based resume, and center coordinator, career coach, career development manage your transition. Maybe you are unemployed, case manager, intake interviewer, occupational and facing layoff or looking for new opportunities. Find labor market information resource person, academic out what employers want, how to present yourself advisor, human resource career development coordina- effectively, and how to demonstrate that you’re the tor, employment/placement specialist, or workforce best person for the job. Completion of this course development staff person. This exciting course is allows you to register for up to two individual tutoring designed to help individuals learn to assist individuals sessions with the instructor, Carol March, MS, a career in their career development. Students can expect Business & Technology transition consultant and trainer. approximately 30 hours of homework while complet- Course: 23135 $99 For: 4 hours ing this course. You must have a Bachelor’s degree and Section A: Feb 9 Th 1:00pm-5:00pm currently be working in or pursuing a career advise- Section B: Apr 12 Th 1:00pm-5:00pm ment position. Contact Jenna Crabb, jennas@unm.edu Carol March, MA for program questions. You must attend all class ses- sions in order to be certified. Acing the Job Interview: Answers to Tough Course: 21390 $1100 For: 90 hours Questions Section A: Jan 23-May 14 M 10:00am-4:00pm Learn how to handle the tough interview questions Note: This course meets on UNM’s main campus, like a pro. From “What is your greatest weakness at Student Services Center, Room 220. Lunch provided work?” to “Why should I hire you?”; all the questions at each session. that used to make you squirm will make you smile Jenna CrabbEmployment and Career Development after you learn some simple interviewing techniques. This course includes sample questions with answers Enhance your learning with these online options and time for practice. Students who take this course from Gatlin and Ed2Go. are eligible for individaul consultation sessions with the instructor, Carol March, MS, a career transition con- Making Age an Asset in Your Job Search $119 sultant and trainer. Resume Writing Workshop $119 Course: 23145 $99 For: 4 hours Visit dce.unm.edu/online-courses.htm for course Section A: Feb 23 Th 1:00pm-5:00pm descriptions and registration information Section B: Apr 26 Th 1:00pm-5:00pm Carol March, MA Personal Career Development Online Emotional Intelligence at Work SkillSoft self-study classes include: Emotional intelligence (EI) is one of the most impor- 22016N Obtaining Results from the Boss $69 tant ideas to influence workplaces in the past few years. 21351N Get Your Career on the Fast Track $99 Workplace Emotional Intelligence is based on research and organizational practices demonstrating that pro- 21352N Basic Business Skills to Get You ductivity and satisfaction improve when people under- on the Fast Track $99 stand their own emotions—and those of others. This 21353N Communication Skills to session is an enjoyable, hands-on training in managing Fast Ttrack Your Career $99 emotions effectively in the workplace. Change your 21354N Interpersonal Skills on the Fast Track $99 mind, and watch your world change as a result! 21355N The Boss Factor $99 Course: 21350 $249 For: 5 hours 21356N Improving Your Image $99 Section A: Apr 2-4 MW 5:30pm-8:00pm 23110N Listening Essentials $169 Nancy Greiff, PhD 23112N Take Control of Your Time by Working More Effectively $199 UNM employees, you may use your Tuition Remission benefit for all Business & Technology cours- es. For complete Tuition Remission policy information, please contact the benefits office at 505-277-MyHR. 54 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Business Careers Marketing Plans for Business Growth The marketing plan describes all the activities neces- sary to develop, promote, and sell your product orBusiness and Marketing service. It is a strategic document that communicates how your company will respond to the market envi- UNM Employees, you may use your tuition ronment and address the four “Ps” of marketing: remission benefit for the courses listed in this Product, Price, Placement, and Promotion. We will subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/ discuss each section of a marketing plan and explore tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed forms strategic marketing decisions so you will be better to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077 positioned to grow in 2012. see our staff listing on page 4. Course: 37049 $299 For: 8 hours Section A: Jan 7 Sa 8:00am-5:00pmArtBiz Section B: Apr 10 T 8:00am-5:00pm Business & TechnologyAre you ready to get serious about the business side of David Bowmanyour art? Whether you are already a successful working The Business of Cateringartist or plan to begin a new career in the arts when This seminar is for anyone interested in catering andyou retire or are at a point in your career where it is learning the ins and outs of food services from startuptime to take that next step toward promoting and sell- to party completion. The topics to be covered include:ing your work, you will benefit from attending the startup, legal requirements, menu design, marketingArtBiz Seminar. This is a practical and informative and advertising, creating a brochure, costing/pricing,presentation designed to enhance any artist’s profes- proposals and contracts, production of the party, andsionalism. Students will discover how to create a pro- staffing.fessional work environment, learn techniques in self- Course: 03289 $45 For: 3.5 hourspromotion, establish lasting artist/gallery relations andprotect their creative rights. ArtBiz provides critical Section A: Feb 9 Th 6:00pm-9:30pm Business and Marketinginformation for production-based artists at all levels, CE South Buildingfrom those just getting started to those well estab- Gilda Latzky, with 25 years of cooking experience,lished, including painters, sculptors, potters, clothing, studied at the Culinary Institute of Americajewelry designers, and others interested in selling whatthey create. Business and Marketing OnlineCourse: 02221 $60 For: 7 hoursSection A: May 5 Sa 9:30am-4:30pm SkillSoft self-study classes include:Note: A workbook fee of $10 is payable to the 37014N Green Business Strategies:instructor at the first class meeting. Planning & Implementing theCE South Building New Model $129John Attardi 37047N Online Branding Strategy $249 37051N Strategic Marketing in Action $359Introduction to Private Investigation 37076N Competitive Marketing Strategies $189Using lecture, demonstration, invited guest experts 37075N Decision-making andand special projects, this course will provide persons Problem-solving for Business $349interested in the field of private investigations with alook at the day-to-day activities of a working PI. Wewill present the history/development of the scientific Smart Marketingmethod of investigation, applications to other disci-plines (medicine, law, journalism, social work, research, Smart marketing invests your time, saves youretc.), introduce the latest techniques of criminal inves- resources, and employs today’s techniques for devel-tigation, identify crimes and criminals with whom the oping and promoting your business or organization.PI interacts, and will acquaint those interested, includ- Based on the revised and updated e-book, Theing the avid mystery reader/writer, with frame of ref- Six-Week Marketing Master Plan. by Mary Ellenerence of the private investigator. Course requirement: Merrigan, you will come away with a solid plan andan uncontrollable desire to know Who, What, When, a practical process that you can implement now.Where, How and Why!Course: 15910 $90 For: 16 hours March 22-April 19 6-9pm $399Section A: Mar 1-19 Th 6:30pm-8:30pm Course Number: 37066AManzano Mesa Multigenerational Center For more information, visit our website atPatricia Caristo, Licensed Private Investigator, dce.unm.eduNIA/NMRegistration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 55
    • Administrative Professional Administrative Professional Conference: Day 2 Traditionally known as IAAP (International Conference Association of Administrative Professionals) day, this portion of our two-day event includes keynote speaker, UNM Employees, you may use your tuition presentations and breakout sessions that focus on prac- remission benefit for the courses listed in this tical and purposeful career advancement topics. There subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/ will be hands-on computer skills trainings or choose tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed forms from a variety of breakout sessions designed for work- to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077 ing professionals. IAAP board members will be on see our staff listing on page 4. hand to answer your questions about this professional organization. Visit the IAAP website at Administrative Professional Conference: Day 1 www.iaaphq.org for further information. For more Welcome to the 11th Annual Administrative conference information, visit our website at Business & Technology Professional Conference. Access the power of your http://www.dce.unm.edu or contact Sherry Tenclay at profession with the knowledge, skills and abilities that sherrytc@unm.edu or 505-277-6038. make you an exceptional employee. These two days Course: 37111 $179 For: 8 hours will give you the opportunity to evaluate your skillset Section A: Apr 25 W 8:00am-4:00pm and stretch your comfort zone as an essential member Note: No refunds will be given after April 17 of your workplace. Gain important knowledge of If you would like to purchase both days please call workplace tools such as project management and con- 505-277-0077 Ext 1 or select view course series link flict resolution. Assess your computer skills to accu- below to receive discounts. If you are traveling from rately represent your IT knowledge. Increase your abil- out of town to attend the conference, you may call the ity to resolve conflict, make decisions, and take leader- Crown Plaza Albuquerque and reference the ship in your organization. Theres not an organization in the world that can operate without administrative Administrative Assistant Conference at UNM professional functions or personnel. Come explore Continuing Education.Administrative Professional Conference/Finance and Accounting ways to increase your effectiveness, your presence, and CE North Building your power in your organization. Course: 37110 $179 For: 8 hours Finance and Accounting Section A: Apr 24 T 8:00am-4:00pm Note: No refunds will be given after April 17. If you UNM Employees, you may use your tuition would like to purchase both days please call remission benefit for the courses listed in this 505-277-0077 Ext. 1 or select ‘view course series’ link subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/ below to receive discounts. If you are traveling from tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed forms out of town to attend the conference, you may call the to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077 Crown Plaza Albuquerque and reference the see our staff listing on page 4. Administrative Assistant Conference at UNM Bookkeeping Basics Continuing Education. Mystified by finance reports? The secrets are revealed CE North Building in this class, intended for busy adults starting a small business or serving on boards, booster clubs, or other governing bodies. Receive an introduction to account- ing equations. Learn how to read a budget report, how to present it, and how a double entry accounting system works. Discover the fun of finance in this class where even the most basic questions receive thought- ful, careful answers. Course: 37151 $249 For: 21 hours Section A: Feb 6-27 MW 1:00pm-4:00pm Section B: Apr 16-30 MW 1:00pm-4:00pm Daniel Valles, MBA “ I learn something new every year! It’s a great refresher for me. ” —Administrative Conference Participant 56 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Small Business Bookkeeping with Certified Financial PlanningQuickBooks ProThis in-depth study of small business bookkeeping UNM Employees, you may use your tuitionusing QuickBooks or QuickBooks Pro takes the stu- remission benefit for the courses listed in thisdent from beginning to advanced levels of software subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/use. The list of topics covered begins with company tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed formssetup and proceeds to receivables, payables, payroll, to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077budgeting, reporting, reconciling, customizing forms see our staff listing on page 4.and safeguarding information. Knowledge of generalbookkeeping is recommended. Prerequisite: Basic Executive Certificate in Financial Planningcomputer experience. UNM Continuing Education presents this program inCourse: 37158 $389 For: 18 hours partnership with Kaplan, the leading provider of finan-Section A: Feb 21-Mar 1 TTh 1:00pm-5:30pm cial planning education materials. Our program is Business & TechnologyC. Stephen Sanders designed for professionals in the brokerage, insurance, accounting, banking and related industries. The pro-Accounting One gram focuses on the technical aspects, practical applica-This course will introduce the students to the account- tions, ethics and professionalism of financial planning.ing environment. The course will cover the basics of Participants must have a four-year degree or equivalentaccounting: the accounting equation; financial state- work experience. Price includes all six courses requiredments; recording business transactions; recording to fulfill CFP Board’s education component. Visitadjusting, closing, and reversing entries; accounting for dce.unm.edu for more program details.a trading business; special journals & controls, and Course: 37280 $4699 For: 224 hoursaccounting for cash. This an excellent course for the Section A: Jan 27-Sep 22 FSa 8:45am-5:00pmbusiness professional who needs a better understand- Note: For a complete schedule of class please checking of accounting processes. our website. While every effort is made to ensure that Certified Financial Planning/ParalegalCourse: 37200 $299 For: 18 hours classes meet every other weekend, holidays and localSection A: Mar 5-16 MWF 9:00am-12:00pm events prevent this accommodation.Daniel Valles, MBAAccounting Two ParalegalThe course builds on the knowledge of the accounting UNM Employees, you may use your tuitionenvironment learned in Accounting One. This course remission benefit for the courses listed in thiswill cover: Accounts receivable and payables; account- subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/ing for long-life and intangible assets; accounting for tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed formsinventories; accounting for payroll; partnership to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077accounting; and corporate accounting. This is an see our staff listing on page 4.excellent course for the business professional whoneeds a better understanding of the accounting Paralegal Certificate Courseprocesses. Prerequisite: 37200. This course provides a comprehensive introduction toCourse: 37201 $299 For: 18 hours the legal system and basic concepts of paralegalism,Section A: Mar 26-Apr 6 MWF 9:00am-12:00pm including civil procedure, litigation, evidence, inter-Daniel Valles, MBA viewing, law office management, ethics, and Court rules and procedures. Students will learn basic library and online research, in addition to legal analysis and legal writing skills. Course: 37326 $2199 For: 112 hours Section A: Jan 9-Mar 6 MTWTh 9:00am-12:30pm Section B: Mar 19-May 10 MTWTh 9:00am-12:30pm Anita Traub, J.D. Paralegal Internship The internship is designed to expand knowledge through supervised placements in governmental and other legal settings. The student intern will work under the direct supervision of an attorney or paralegal in a governmental agency or law office as arranged andRegistration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 57
    • approved by the instructor. Completion of UNM Continuing Education Paralegal Certificate course with a GPA of 3.0 or better and instructor recommen- Health and dation is required for enrollment in the internship. Course: 37327 $1699 For: 160 hours Community Action Section A: Jan 4-Mar 2 MTWThF 8:00am-5:00pm Section B: Mar 12-May 4 Development MTWThF 8:00am-5:00pm Anita Traub, J.D. Health Care Careers UNM Employees, you may use your tuition Alternative Energy Careers remission benefit for the courses listed in this Alternative Energy Careers subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/ tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed forms Business & Technology Alternative energy careers or “green” jobs are all about either creating and delivering a green energy product to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077 such as solar panels or wind turbines, or about saving see our staff listing on page 4. energy. So, “green jobs” covers a broad spectrum of Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Basic industries and certifications. Check out some of our Receive the training necessary to work in emergency certifications that can save energy by creating better rooms, with ambulance services and for fire services. work flow, improving communication, and delivering This course content will give you the knowledge, skills information: and abilities to recognize and stabilize patients with Project Management PMP® or life-threatening emergencies at the scene and during CAPM® Certification 13 transport. Upon successful completion of this course Process Management 44 and prior to employment you must pass the state Medical Transcription Online 60 licensing exam for EMT Basic. This course exceeds theAlternative Energy Careers/Health Care Careers Web Design and Development 28 National Standards recommendations for the EMT Fundamentals of Facility Energy Retrofitting Basic. This course also includes information and train- ing for skills allowed by the New Mexico EMT-Basic This course provides an introduction to the basics of Scope of Practice. Students must be 18 years of age energy retrofitting for existing buildings. Participants prior to the completion of this course. All costs for learn of the positive financial, environmental, and social books, materials and needle-stick insurance are includ- impacts realized through retrofitting, as well as a step- ed in the tuition for this course. by-step process for recognizing the critical components of energy efficient buildings and implementing Course: 38080 $699 For: 180 hours upgrades. Marketing strategies for promoting sustain- Note: Check our website for sessions, dates and times. ability through retrofitting is also included in the Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) course topics. The use of case studies, and a “model Intermediate project” conducted throughout the course, provides building owners, designers, and contractors with valu- This course is designed for EMTs certified at the able knowledge and tools for the future in the promo- EMT-Basic level to become an EMT-Intermediate. tion of sustainable living and energy efficiency. Depend upon his training to stay on the forefront of Course: C93115 $499 For: 24 hours prehospital field techniques. Upon successful comple- tion of this program, you will be capable of perform- Section A: Mar 6 – Apr 24 T 6:00pm-9:00pm ing the functions proscribed by the US Department of Transportation (DOT) Emergency Medical Alternative Energy Careers Online Technician- Intermediate curriculum, and the addi- tional requirements of the State of New Mexico EMT- Enhance your learning with these online options I curriculum. Classroom and clinical instruction from Gatlin. include information and practice in intravenous fluid HVAC Technician $3095 therapy, immunizations, Intra Osseous/IM/ subcuta- LEAN Mastery $1695 neous medication administration, I.V. medication administration, nebulization therapy, patient assess- Visit dce.unm.edu/online-courses.htm for course ment skills, and other treatment modalities utilized by descriptions and registration information EMT-Intermediates. Costs for books, materials and needle-stick insurance are included in the tuition for this course. 58 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Course: 38085 $999 For: 226 hours ICD-9 Coding SpecialistSection A: Jan 10-May 10 TTh 6:00pm-10:00pm (Basic, Intermediate, Advanced)Clinical rotations: May 11- Jun 30 This is an intense ICD-9 coding course, which startsNote: Student must be a NM licensed EMT Basic to with the format and convention behind thetake the class. Prior to the clinicals portion of the class, International Classification of Diseases, then buildsstudents will be required to purchase a FISDAP upon these coding fundamentals until the student canaccount at $15.00. Students must also provide proof code complex diagnoses from the medical record doc-of immunizations or complete a series of immuniza- umentation. ICD-9 Volumes 1, 2 and 3 will be cov-tions before the classroom portion ends in May. ered. Prerequisite: Course #38104 Medical226 hours includes 136 classroom hours and 90 Terminology and Human Anatomy. Required Text:clinical hours 2012 ICD-9-CM Expert for Hospitals, Vols 1-3 (ISBN:Rick Lynn 978-1935809-40-1). Students should purchase from aCPR and AED for the Community & Workplace vendor of their choice. Business & Technology Course: 38103 $760 For: 37.5 hoursThis course is designed for persons who do not work Section A: Jan 25-May 2 W 5:30pm-8:00pmin the healthcare field but are occupationally requiredto, or desire to have CPR knowledge and skills, such Lupe Chavez, CPC, CPC-H, CCPas emergency response teams in business and industry, Medical Terminology and Anatomy for Codersschool bus drivers, adult residential care personnel,child care workers, teachers, parents and babysitters. Knowledge of Medical Terminology and Anatomy isUpon completion of this course you will be able to essential in any medical setting. This course introducesdemonstrate proper removal of contaminated gloves; the foundations of medical language and humanplace an unresponsive breathing victim in a recovery anatomy as it applies to medical orders, billers andposition; perform effective rescue breathing with a face office personnel. Prefixes, suffixes, diagnostic andshield or pocket mask; perform effective chest com- medical terms will be covered as well as human anato-pressions; perform effective CPR with one provider; my in illustration form. The overview and discussion Health Care Careersand perform the steps to manage choking in a respon- of body systems and diseases will be covered.sive victim. Course: 38104 $829 For: 37.5 hoursCourse: 38054 $59 For: 4 hours Section A: Jan 23-Apr 30 M 5:30pm-8:00pmSection A: Jan 14 Sa 9:00am-1:00pm Lupe Chavez, CPC, CPC-H, CCPNotes: Basic First Aid is recommended. Although a Medical Billing and Healthcare Specialistcard is issued and the certification period is for up to 2years, this course is recommended annually for the Prepare for a variety of administrative positions in theCommunity. Required Text: ASHI CPR/AED for the medical industry, including Admitting Clerk, MedicalCommunity and Workplace Biller, Claims Processor and Medical Front Office. Learn third-party payer billing, state and federal rulesCPT-4 Coding Specialist and regulations, compliance issues, HIPAA, patient(Basic, Intermediate, Advanced) record keeping, patient registration, and scheduling.This is an intense CPT coding course. Begin at the Review reimbursement methodologies, fee schedulebasic level, where students gain an understanding and reimbursement and charge-master issues, along withfoundation of CPT-4 coding, then progress into evalu- an introduction to CPT-4 and ICD-9 coding systems.ation, management, and surgery sections, followed by Course materials included in course fee.all other organ and body systems. The course con- Course: 38110 $760 For: 37.5 hourscludes at the advanced level by coding from the med- Section A: Jan 26-May 3 Th 5:30pm-8:00pmical record documentation. There will also be a com- Lupe Chavez, CPC, CPC-H, CCPplete review of modifiers. Prerequisite: Course#38104 Medical Terminology and Human Anatomy.Required Text: CPT 2012: Standard Edition (ISBN:1603595678). Students should purchase from a ven-dor of their choice.Course: 38102 $760 For: 37.5 hoursSection A: Jan 24-May 1 T 5:30pm-8:00pmLupe Chavez, CPC, CPC-H, CCPRegistration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 59
    • HCPCS Codes/Modifiers tion. Students focus on keyboarding, medical termi- This couse covers level II of the HSPCS coding sys- nology, language and grammar, and the editing skills tem. HCPCS level II is a standardized coding system required to work with speech recognition technology. that is used primarily to identify products, supplies, The program also emphasizes practical experience-by and services not included in the CPT codes, such as graduation, students will have transcribed hundreds of ambulance services and durable medical equipment, authentic dictations, preparing for a quick and success- injections, prosthetics, orthotics, and supplies (DME- ful transition to the workplace. POS). A complete review of HCPCS level II modifiers Course: 38128 $2375 For: 640 hours and their relationship to CPT-4 codes will also be cov- Section A: Jan 4-May 2 W 8:00am-5:00pm ered. A basic knowledge of CPT coding is desired. Note: This is an online class. Dates and times are Required Text: HCPCS Level II Professional 2011, placeholders only. This class is taken on your own softbound by Ingenix ISBN: 978-60151-415-8. computer at the time and dates that are convenient Course: 38120 $329 For: 12.5 hours to you.Business & Technology Section A: Mar 2-30 F 5:30pm-8:00pm Career Step Lupe Chavez, CPC, CPC-H, CCP Medical Administrative Assistant Online ICD-10 The Medical Administrative Assistant online training Coding program helps students gain the specialized skills and Beginning October 1, 2013, ICD-10 PCS (Procedure business knowledge needed to successfully manage the coding) will be implemented for all users. ICD-9, day-to-day administration of a medical facility. which is in current use, is 30 years old and both out- Students learn how to effectively manage front desk of-date and inflexible. ICD-10 CM affords more mod- reception, patient scheduling, insurance and billing, ern terminology but is also a much larger system, con- practice finances, and more. Upon graduation, stu- taining 68,000-plus codes as opposed to 14,000-plus dents will be prepared to enter the workforce and pass codes in ICD-9-CM. Early preparation is key to the the Certified Medical Administrative Assistant examHealth Care Careers success of implementing this new coding system. This (CMAA) offered by the National Healthcareer course introduces the student to the fundamentals of Association. The program’s online learning platform ICD-10-CM/PCS coding as well as a comprehensive provides 24/7 access to the curriculum and interactive review of ICD-10-CM examples and “hands on” expe- learning tools, allowing students to study on a sched- rience. Working knowledge of ICD-9 is desired. ule that fits their individual lifestyles. Prerequisite: Course #38103 ICD-9 (Beginning, Course: 38132 $1220 For: 200 hours Intermediate, Advanced). Section A: Jan 4-May 16 W 8:00am-5:00pm Course: 38125 $439 For: 12.5 hours Note: Dates and times are placeholders only. Also note Section A: Jan 13-Feb 10 F 5:30pm-8:00pm materials fee of $14.95. Lupe Chavez, CPC, CPC-H, CCP Career Step Medical Transcription Editor Online Pharmacy Tech Online Develop the knowledge and skills of quality medical Be a part of a rapidly growing industry and train for a transcriptionists in addition to the specialized skill set new career as a pharmacy technician. This online train- of medical transcription editors. The demand for well- ing program helps students quickly develop a broader trained medical transcription editors is rapidly increas- range of pharmacy technician knowledge and skills ing, and this program prepares students for both than those professionals trained solely on the job. career paths, making them more flexible after gradua- Students are prepared for national certification through the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board and gain the background necessary to work in both retail and institutional settings. Information Session with Career Step Course: 38140 $1795 For: 285 hours Thursday, May 10, 2012 6pm Section A: Jan 4-May 13 W 8:00am-5:00pm Combine your interest in self-paced, online training Note: This is an online class. Dates and times are and a healthcare career. Join Career Step placeholders only. Also note materials fee of $10.95. Representatives to learn more on Thursday, May 10, This class is taken on your own computer at the time 2012 at 6pm. Career Step has trained over 60,000 and dates that are convenient to you. students nationwide since 1992. They offer prepara- Career Step tion for national certifications along with career advisement and graduate services. 60 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Healthcare Careers Online Fitness and Personal Training Enhance your learning with these online options UNM Employees, you may use your tuition from Gatlin and Ed2Go. remission benefit for the courses listed in this HIPAA Compliance $119 subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/ Medical Terminology: tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed forms A Word Association Approach $119 to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077 Medical Billing and Coding + see our staff listing on page 4. Medical Terminology $1895 Personal Trainer for NASM Certification Visit dce.unm.edu/online-courses.htm for course Ready to make a passion for fitness and motivate oth- descriptions and registration information ers as your professional goal? Acquire a comprehensive knowledge of human movement science, as well as Business & Technology functional assessment and program design to preparePhlebotomy you for the NCCA accredited NASM Certified Personal Trainer (CPT) Certification. Discover theDiscover power behind Optimum Performance TrainingTMPhlebotomy (OPTTM) as you will learn the scientific rationale,Discover Phlebotomy is your opportunity to learn if teaching tools and the practical experience necessary tothis medical career is for you. Learn about blood draws perform assessments, create individualized programsand the risks and rewards of this in-demand occupa- including nutrition, and behavior modification andtion. Consult with a working phlebotomist about the progress your clients to their goals. New skills can betypes of job placement and salary range. Learn about applied quickly to build clientele and increase revenue.the national certification through the American Society This course provides registration for the NASM CPTfor Clinical Pathology’s Certified Phlebotomy exam. Phlebotomy/Fitness and Personal TrainingTechnician (ASCP PBT) exam. Register for 38204 and Course: 38221 $1529 For: 24 hoursreceive a 10% discount off the tuition of Phlebotomy Section A: Jan 21-Feb 25 Sa 9:00am-1:00pmEssentials, Laboratory and Clinical Experience Note: Course books and material are provided. NASM(38205) for the certificate program. Deadline to enroll exam will be schedule through SWSI after successfulin 38205 is May 15, 2012 with all prerequisites com- completion of the training.pleted. Southwest Sport Institute (SWSI)Course: 38204 $59 For: 3 hours Jonathan Smith, RD, LDSection A: Mar 13 T 9:00am-12:00pmNote: 10% discount on course 38205 with enrollment Joint Injury Prevention andin this class. Accomodations for CPTSection B: Mar 15 Th 6:00pm-9:00pm Injuries happen in the athletic world. As fitness profes-Note: 10% discount on course 38205 with enrollment sionals it is crucial that you can recognize at-risk areasin this class. and know how to properly train to prevent that trau-Sharon Whetten, BSMT (ASCP) matic or overuse injury. Learn basic assessment tech- niques to evaluate a client’s risk of injury and appropri- ate programming to rehabilitate and prevent further injury. Follow standard practices for evaluating and responding to injures; R.I.C.E. and other measure to “ I liked the intimacy of the class and the class participation. Also the fact that the instructors minimize pain and injury to return client to optimum performance. Prerequisite: Must have a nationally rec- ognized training certificate; NASM CPT, PES or CES, currently worked in the industry; I thought that CSCS, ATC/LAT. I was well prepared for the field. ” Course: 38224 Section A: Mar 31 $59 Sa For: 2 hours 9:00am-11:00am —Phlebotomy Student Southwest Sport Institute (SWSI) Jonathan Smith, RD, LDRegistration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 61
    • Keys for Well Being The In-Home Client: Effective Training Techniques That Don’t Require a Gym! UNM Employees, you may use your tuition In the comfort of your client’s home, the personal remission benefit for the courses listed in this trainer can assist or improve the long term health and subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/ fitness for clients of all ages. Course will provide a tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed forms comprehensive overview of the key tasks involved in to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077 successfully and effectively training you client in their see our staff listing on page 4. home with minimal equipment. Helpful resources/ tools for both coach and client will be identified. Visit Tabata Training our website dce.unm.edu to download the program for CPT information. Needing a way to get more from that cardio workout? Course 38240 $59 For: 1 session Try high-intensity interval training or Tabata. Discover Section B: Apr 21 S 9:00am-12:00pmBusiness & Technology this training modality and how you can apply it to Karen Bacher MS, MEd, CHES, CFCS-HDFS, CPT your training programs to improve outcomes with your clients. Tabata training combines strength train- Nutrition Fundamentals for the CPT ing with cardiovascular endurance and will enhance Lack of physical activity and poor diet are a deadly any workout program. Come prepared to experience combination. Identify guidelines and resources for safe the difference. Prerequisite: Must have a nationally client nutrition education (without violating your recognized training certificate; NASM CPT, PES or scope of practice). Know the relationship between CES, CSCS, ATC/LAT. activity, nutrition and health factors to improve overall Course: 38225 $59 For: 2 hours fitness and well-being. Distinguish between facts and Section A: Mar 17 Sa 9:00am-11:00am myths with useful resources and scientific based infor- Southwest Sport Institute (SWSI) mation. Visit our website dce.unm.edu to download the program information. Jonathan Smith, RD, LDKeys for Well Being Course 38240 $59 For: 1 session Certified Personal Trainer (CPT) Section C: May 5 S 9:00am-12:00pm Business Concepts Series Karen Bacher MS, MEd, CHES, CFCS-HDFS, CPT Courses will provide a comprehensive overview of key Effective Fitness Assessments and Program aspects involved in running a privately owned personal training business. Topic areas include but are not limit- Designs for Working with Seniors ed to: tax liability/reporting requirements, business Keep moving. Physically active adults have a longer licensing, advertising, liability issues, and operational and better quality of life. Personal trainers guide older policy development. Visit our website dce.unm.edu to clients into activities they will enjoy and continue to download the program information. do over time. Learn how to safely assess the fitness lev- Course: 38240 $179 For: 4 sessions els of older adults and translate those results into safe Sections A-D: Mar 24-May 19 S 9:00am-12:00pm and effective program designs. Visit our website Karen Bacher MS, MEd, CHES, CFCS-HDFS, CPT dce.unm.edu to download the program information. Course 38240 $59 For: 1 session The Business of Personal Training Section D: May 19 S 9:00am-12:00pm Learn to successfully market and manage your CPT Karen Bacher MS, MEd, CHES, CFCS-HDFS, CPT business! Guiding your future, this course will provide a comprehensive overview of key aspects involved in Stress Solutions through running a privately owned personal training business. Mindfulness Practice Topic areas include but are not limited to: tax liabili- Enjoy a nurturing, empowering and fun exploration of ty/reporting requirements, business licensing, adver- a new way of responding to life. Learn to clear and tising, liability issues, and operational policy develop- calm the mind by building upon the concept of mind- ment. Expand your knowledge, allowing your entre- fulness and present moment awareness. Beneficial for preneurial talents to develop your financial fitness. those new to mindfulness or meditation, as well as a Visit our website dce.unm.edu to download the support for those who already practice; these practices program information. can resolve stress; renew hope, confidence, relation, Course 38240 $59 For: 1 session peace of mind and inspiration. Mindfulness in action Section A: Mar 24 S 9:00am-12:00pm provides easy techniques that benefit your counseling Karen Bacher MS, MEd, CHES, CFCS-HDFS, CPT or therapy clients and enhance your work/life balance. Sessions include interaction and practice, as well as interludes of quiet centering. Course: 38250 $119 For: 8 hours Section A: Jan 18-Feb 8 W 6:30pm-8:30pm Ellie Hadsall 62 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Clinical Herbalism 101 Nutrition Concepts for Wellness:This course provides health care professionals and Nutrition with a Twistinterested community members a basic foundation in Guide others or adopt a plan for your own healthyMedical Herbalism. Students will explore the basic lifestyle following evidence-base nutrition and dietaryconcepts of herbal terminology, botany, and medicinal guidelines set in 2010. Professionals in fitness anduses of herbs for different systems of the body. Topics wellness, human services, prevention and a variety ofwill include herbal preparations and regulations, plant community programs can engage, educate andidentification, herb-drug interactions, cultural diversity empower anyone to improve their overall healthand traditional techniques in diagnostics and medicinal through nutrition. Add a twist by using the latestuses of herbs. guidelines for a plant based diet from the PhysiciansCourse: 38261 $179 For: 20 hours Committee for Responsible Medicine in WashingtonSection A: Mar 1-May 3 Th 6:00pm-8:00pm D.C. and the National Institute of Health websites.Note: Recommended Text: Fundamentals of Make-overs for your favorite recipes with ultimately Business & TechnologyPharmacognosy and Phytotherapy by Heinrich, Barnes, healthy and nutritious substitutions will add the twistGibbons & Williamson (ISBN 9874433071324) and make getting into optimal shape fun and easy!Sonia Masocco, LDT, C.AY, CAH Course: 38370 $109 For: 6 hours Section A: Apr 21-28 Sa 9:00am-12:00pmClinical Herbalism 102 Willette Senter, R.D.L.D.This course provides health care professionals andinterested community members applied skills for the Whole Kid Nutrition: A Colorful Plate ofpractice of Clinical Herbalism. Students will learn fun- Being Food Savvydamental principles behind preparation choice and Take the mystery out of good nutrition and healthypractice making fresh and dry tinctures, cordial prepa- choices. The key to achieving and maintaining arations, ghee and honey preparations, syrups, supposi- healthy lifestyle is to develop food preparation as antories and inhalers. Synergies, potentiation and essential life skill. Sorting through all of the informa- Keys for Well Beingincapsulation will also be part of the experiential learn- tion about nutrition and food choices is challenging.ing process. Learn from a registered dietician how to motivate chil-Course: 38265 $179 For: 16 hours dren to become food savvy and create tasty alternativesSection A: May 2-Jun 20 W 6:00pm-8:00pm to the empty calorie, fast-food choices. Try a variety ofNote: Materials fee of $25 will be paid at the time of ideas and recipes for new and unique ways to trans-registration. Material kits will be distributed at the first form “everyday meals” into fun experiences for meal-class. Recommended Text: The Herbal Medicine- time and special event celebrations.Marker’s Handbook by James Green Course: 38395 $109 For: 6 hours(ISBN:9780895949905) Section A: Mar 24-31 Sa 9:00am-12:00pmSonia Masocco, LDT, C.AY, CAH Willette Senter, R.D.L.D.Food as Medicine Fitness and Wellness OnlinePut the power to heal in your hands and know whatyou eat. Connect an array of ayurvedic techniques by Enhance your learning with these online optionslearning how to identify your ayurvedic type; detect from Gatlin and Ed2Go.and treat imbalances and illness; select foods, daily Personal Training and Group Exerciseroutines and activities for balanced living; and adapt to Training for Older Adults $2,395seasonal and aging patterns. The textbook is: Eat- Women’s Exercise Training and Wellness $2,395Taste-Heal: An Ayurvedic Cookbook for Modern Living.Learn how to vary ayurvedic meals to nurture each of Fitness Business Management $2,395the ayurvedic types. Class will end with ayurvedic feast Nutrition for Optimal Health,at a local restaurant. Note: $15 class fee will be col- Wellness, and Sports $2,395lected by instructor to cover meal cost. Visit dce.unm.edu/online-courses.htm for courseCourse: 38285 $139 For: 12 hours descriptions and registration informationSection A: Feb 11-25 Sa 8:30am-12:30pmSonia Masocco, LDT, C.AY, CAH For additional cooking classes, go to page 138 in the Bonne Cuisine section of Growth & Enrichment.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 63
    • Human Service Careers Course: 38755 $125 For: 8 hours Section A: Feb 10 F 8:30am-5:30pm UNM Employees, you may use your tuition Note: Topic: Open Doors for American Heroes: remission benefit for the courses listed in this Military families and Veterans, subprogram. Barbara Czinger, LISW, LADAC Motivational Interviewing for Health Care and Ethical and Professional Issues Human Service Professionals The purpose of this course is to review, discuss and Enhance your communication skills! Motivational develop an understanding of ethical considerations in interviewing is a unique style of communication that case management situations. Such considerations has demonstrated success with very resistant clients, include: cultural barriers, personal beliefs and life expe- such as those recovering from drug and alcohol addic- riences leading to one’s personal opinions/beliefs tion. More recent adaptations of this approach to about others. The course will review confidentiality Business & Technology medical settings have been effective in improving a and the importance of maintaining boundaries. In wide range of problem behaviors, including physical addition, the course will provide an overview of several inactivity. This motivational approach is well suited to Code of Ethics documents from various areas of prac- the daily practice of a busy clinic, where improved tice (such as medical, mental health and business). patient compliance is a priority. Skillful application by a Course: 38756 $129 For: 6 hours clinician provides a platform for patients to follow a Section A: Mar 31 Sa 9:00am-4:00pm healthful treatment plan instead of exhibiting resist- Barbara Czinger, LISW, LADAC ance. Consequently, clinical consultations are not only more effective, but also less frustrating to the provider. Mental Health First Aid Course: 38199 $299 For: 16 hours Learn the signs and symptoms of mental health prob- Section A: Jun 16-17 SaSu 8:30am-5:30pm lems and interventions in a crisis. Be confident to help Raymond Anderson, PhD, LPCC, LADAC until appropriate professional treatment is received orHuman Service Careers/Substance Abuse Studies until the crisis resolves. The 5-step strategy training is Injury Prevention the opportunity to practice the intervention strategy This course will provide students with a foundation in rather than to just learn about it. Increase your knowl- the field of injury prevention. Injury occurrence and edge, reduce stigma for the individual and, most prevention will be examined and discussed using a importantly, increase supportive actions that are shown conceptual framework that includes individual behav- by research to be effective. Friends and family of indi- ior, as well as socio-cultural, economic, and policy viduals with mental illness or addiction, key profession- influences. Instructors will apply concepts and share als (such as police officers, human resource directors practical experiences to demonstrate the injury preven- and primary care workers), school and college leader- tion field’s core competencies: intentional and unin- ship, faith communities, or anyone interested in learn- tentional injury topics such as motor vehicle injury, ing more about mental illness and addiction should falls, suicide, and poisoning (e.g.; accidental drug over- have these tools. dose) will be discussed on the local to global levels. Course: 38772 $99 For: 12 hours Classroom learning experiences will emphasize a com- Section A: Feb 18-19 SaSu 9:00am-4:00pm prehensive approach to injury prevention and evi- To Be Announced dence-based prevention strategies in order to meet the foundational education requirement for the Injury and Violence Prevention Specialist certification. Substance Abuse Studies Course: 38687 $489 For: 32 hours UNM Employees, you may use your tuition Section A: Feb 22-Apr 4 W 8:30am-5:00pm remission benefit for the courses listed in this Note: This class meets every other week. subprogram. Theresa Cruz, Ph.D. LADAC Exam Preparation Case Management Lunch & Learn Workshop Review the content for the CADAC and LADAC This Lunch & Learning workshop will serve as a foun- exams, and be ready for test day! This class provides dation for developing and/or enhancing the compe- exam content outlines and review four content sec- tencies and skills needed for effective and professional tions, including counseling practices and skills (12 core case management. Topics include the five components functions), theoretical basis of counseling, professional of case management, the principles of case manage- considerations (cultural competency and ethics) and ment, the roles of the case manager, recommended pharmacology. A Student Study Guide is included in ethical practices, community resources, effective com- the cost of tuition, with emphasis given to independ- munication and problem solving. Lunch is provided. ent test preparation. 64 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Course: 39310 $249 For: 7 hours Course: 39454 $129 For: 16 hoursSection A: Jan 21 Sa 8:30am-4:30pm Section A: Jan 14-15 SaSu 8:30am-5:30pmNote: This class benefits LADAC Candidates preparing Note: To register for class, please call 277-0077 Ext 1.for the March 2012 LADAC Exam as well as those Materials for this course are available on-line viaanticipating the June 2012 LADAC Exam. eReserves. Please check your course confirmation forJennifer Cady, MA, LPCC, LADAC details on how to access eReserves. Vickie McGinley, MA, LPC, LADACWorking with Family MembersThis course focuses on involving family members in Behavioral Couples Counselingeffective treatment. The course begins with a review of This course provides a detailed introduction to behav-historical conceptions of the role of families in sub- ioral couples counseling as a means to improve sub-stance dependence, and of various approaches to family stance abuse treatment outcomes. A behavioral modeltherapy. Participants are introduced to behavioral cou- is contrasted with other historical models of how the Business & Technologyples counseling. Effective methods for engaging unmo- family is involved in addiction. Participants are intro-tivated substance users are reviewed, including commu- duced to the happiness survey and areas of change,nity reinforcement and family training (CRAFT). Also behavioral contracting, strengthening couple commu-discussed are Al-Anon, the impact of parental substance nication skills, increasing exchange of positive rein-abuse on children, and the inter-relationship of sub- forcement, and strategies for problem-solving and con-stance use disorders and family violence. flict resolution. Also considered are screening for, pre- venting, and addressing family violence.Course: 39412 $129 For: 16 hoursSection A: Apr 14-15 SaSu 8:30am-5:30pm Course: 39458 $129 For: 16 hoursNote: To register for class please call 277-0077 Ext 1. Section A: Jan 28-29 SaSu 8:30am-5:30pmMaterials for this course are available on-line via Note: To register for class please call 277-0077 Ext 1.eReserves. Please check your course confirmation for Materials for this course are available on-line viadetails on how to access eReserves. eReserves. Please check your course confirmation for Substance Abuse StudiesRaymond Anderson, PhD, LPCC, LADAC details on how to access eReserves. Jennifer Cady, MA, LPCC, LADACGroup Therapies Working with Adolescents:Receive an orientation to the most common form of Treatment and Preventionsubstance abuse treatment delivery in the US: grouptherapies. What kinds of treatment can be effectively Discuss the differences between adolescent and adultdelivered in group format? Skills and styles for manag- substance use/abuse, and review evidence-baseding groups are presented, along with important format approaches for working with adolescents. Relationshipsissues (open vs. closed groups, confidentiality, cross- with parenting style and parental substance abuse aretalk, group size, managing attrition). Ways to combine considered. Treatment methods considered are familyindividual and group therapies are discussed. therapies, multisystemic therapy, and adolescent CRADifferences from mutual-help groups are considered. (ACRA). Additionally, a program for working with family members to engage resistant teens into treat-Course: 39413 $129 For: 16 hours ment will be introduced: community reinforcementSection A: Mar 10-11 SaSu 8:30am-5:30pm and family training CRAFT. A ‘what works’ review isNote: To register for class, please call 277-0077 Ext 1. included, examining the evidence base for variousMaterials for this course are available on-line via approaches to prevention.eReserves. Please check your course confirmation for Course: 39459 $129 For: 16 hoursdetails on how to access eReserves. Section A: Feb 25-26 SaSu 8:30am-5:30pmAlyssa Forcehimes, PhD Note: To register for class please call 277-0077 Ext 1.Legal, Ethical and Professional Practice Materials for this course are available on-line via eReserves. Please check your course confirmation forAn introduction to the unique legal, ethical, and pro- details on how to access eReserves.fessional issues in substance abuse treatment. Specialemphasis is given to confidentiality for clients and Brian Serna, LPCC, LADAC, MACrecords, documentation and case notes, Federal and Managing Co-occurring DisordersNew Mexico law, and NAADAC’s code of ethics. Learn how to integrate screening and treatment forProfessional issues are discussed including dual rela- substance abuse and co-occurring mental health prob-tionships, and inter-professional communication. lems. The prevalence and nature of common co-occur-Special issues considered include drug testing, assess- ring disorders are reviewed. Assertive Communityment of suicide risk, notification and reporting Treatment (ACT) is presented as a comprehensiverequirements, and interactions between probation, model for managing concomitant disorders. Alsoparole, and the courts, including common issues in reviewed are pharmacotherapies for mental disorders,forensic testimony. Systems and requirements for clini- case management, and methods for smoking cessationcal supervision are discussed. and infection risk reduction.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 65
    • Course: 39460 $129 For: 16 hours Win-Win Conflict Resolution Section A: Feb 11-12 SaSu 8:30am-5:30pm Resolve conflicts to the satisfaction of all interested Note: To register for class please call 277-0077 Ext 1. parties, in a win-win manner, and they tend to stay Materials for this course are available on-line via resolved. Learn to be supportive of all parties involved eReserves. Please check your course confirmation for while remaining neutral, implement productive and details on how to access eReserves. lasting solutions to conflicts, get buy-in for these solu- Brian Serna, LPCC, LADAC, MAC tions, and manage tensions associated with emotions and differing personalities. Clinical Supervision Course: 40112 $249 For: 7 hours Prepare for the often-neglected but important process Section A: Feb 29-Mar 1 WTh 5:30pm-9:00pm of clinical supervision. Methods and styles of clinical Nancy Greiff, PhD supervision are reviewed, as are legal responsibilities of the clinical supervisor. Approaches are presented for Successful NegotiatingBusiness & Technology using session tapes, obtaining and using client feed- Master the skills necessary for efficient negotiation back, promoting ongoing clinical skill-building, evalu- planning and learn the diplomatic skills essential to ating treatment outcomes, preventing burnout and communicate effectively with the other side. Learn promoting staff retention. how to establish successful and productive long-term Course: 39461 $129 For: 16 hours business relationships through creative win-win negoti- Section A: Mar 24-25 SaSu 8:30am-5:30pm ating. Also, discover methods of creating an enjoyable, Note: To register for class please call 277-0077 Ext 1. low-stress atmosphere for the negotiation process, and Materials for this course are available on-line via ways to avoid falling into common negotiating traps. eReserves. Please check your course confirmation for Course: 40114 $269 For: 7.5 hours details on how to access eReserves. Section A: Apr 18-25 W 5:30pm-9:15pm Michael DeBernardi, PsyD Nancy Greiff, PhDCommunity Engagement Substance Abuse Counselor Licensure and Writing Grants that Get Funded Credentialing Grant writing is difficult—but not impossible. It is Confused about the process for NM Counseling challenging—but rewarding. When you understand the Licensure (LADAC) requirements? Thinking about writing and application process, the major proposal adding Certification to your professional status? Begin components, the critical decisions and considerations, the application process by learning how to present and the review process, you can write a successful your unique qualifications and coursework for licen- grant. This one-day course will provide the basics of sure or credentialing. General and “case-by-case” grant writing and get you started on being awarded examples will help you overcome the confusion and funding. Taught by a former grants coordinator for anxiety. Join us for refreshments and a step-by-step the state who has written numerous successful state review. and federal grant proposals. Course: 39465 $39 For: 3 hours Course: 42140 $259 For: 8 hours Section A: Mar 17 Sa 9:00am-12:00pm Section A: Feb 2 Th 8:00am-5:00pm Jennifer Cady, MA, LPCC, LADAC Section B: May 3 Th 8:00am-5:00pm David Bowman Community Engagement Volunteer Management — Building a Successful Program UNM Employees, you may use your tuition remission benefit for the courses listed in this Your organization serves a unique place in your com- subprogram. munity. In a society that is learning how to do more with less, you see that volunteers provide an effective Communicating with Difficult People way to continue your work while offering a place for Manage conflict constructively through effective com- many who have a strong desire to give back to their munication, the key to win-win conflict resolution. community in a meaningful way. Discuss with experts Learn how to listen effectively. Communicate ideas so the process for building a successful volunteer program others listen without becoming defensive. Give pro- and take away strategies for creating your volunteer ductive feedback. Manage emotions and “ego issues” staff. when communicating. Find win-win solutions to con- Course: 42471 $149 For: 6 hours flicts. Cope with difficult people and situations. Section A: Feb 21 & 23 TTh 8:30am-11:30am Course: 40110 $269 For: 9 hours Note: Limited partial scholarships may be available to Section A: Feb 1-15 W 5:30pm-8:30pm those currently working or volunteering in an area non-profit. Nancy Greiff, PhD To Be Announced 66 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Volunteer Management—Recruitment,Skill Assessment and Training Computer SkillsYou know that there are volunteers available to you.How do you recruit the very best with the knowledge, Windows Basicsskills and abilities (KSAs) that will make a difference inyour organization? Learn how to attract the best fit for Unless otherwise indicated, Windows Basics coursesyour organization, how to analyze the best possible are taught on the Windows 7 Operating System.placement of volunteers within your group, and howto train for the highest possible outcomes using realis- Beginning Keyboardingtic goals and expectations. Learn proper keyboarding techniques and developCourse: 42472 $149 For: 6 hours speed and accuracy. Students participate in classroomSection A: Mar 20 & 22 TTh 8:30am-11:30am exercises designed to increase keyboarding speed. ThisNote: Limited partial scholarships may be available to course is taught using PCs. No previous computer Business & Technologythose currently working or volunteering in an area experience is necessary. Note: This course is for indi-non-profit. viduals with little or no keyboarding experience. ThisTo Be Announced course may be repeated for additional skill develop- ment.Volunteer Management— Managing and Course: 51001 $289 For: 18 hoursMotivating Your Volunteers Section A: Jan 24-Feb 9 TTh 9:00am-12:00pmYou’ve found some wonderful volunteers. They’remaking a huge difference in your organization. Now, Margo Bouchardhow do you manage unpaid staff, and how do you Learn to Use a Computer at any Agemotivate them to keep up the good work? Learn about Using a computer is for everyone! This beginningthe drivers that inspire volunteers or all ages and dis- computer course for adults acquaints the novice withcover the best ways to keep your volunteers visualizing computer terminology, essential concepts, and best of Windows Basicsthemselves as significant contributers to your work. all—actual experience at the computer. Topics includeCourse: 42473 $149 For: 6 hours startup and shutdown procedures, keyboard andSection A: Apr 24 & 26 TTh 8:30am-11:30am mouse operation, and an overview of popular comput-Note: Limited partial scholarships may be available to ing functions. Each student will work at their comput-those currently working or volunteering in an area ers and will have access to a computer lab betweennon-profit. classes. Note: See course skills assessment.To Be Announced Course: 51010 $139 For: 8 hoursVolunteer Management— Section A: Feb 14-16 TTh 8:00am-12:00pmEvaluating Your Volunteer Program Section B: Mar 27-29 TTh 8:00am-12:00pmYou’ve designed, developed and implemented a won- Margo Bouchardderful volunteer component to your organization. Windows 7: Operating System BasicsExamine best practices to clearly evaluate your organi-zation, knowing what’s going well, and what could be Learn the basic functions of Windows, how to cus-improved as you grow your future. tomize its setup, and create and work with shortcuts. Work with the Taskbar, Windows Explorer, ControlCourse: 42474 $149 For: 6 hours Panel, file management, Accessories, the Find utility,Section A: May 15 & 17 TTh 8:30am-11:30am and on-line Help. Prerequisite: Basic computerNote: Limited partial scholarships may be available to knowledge. This course is suitable for students whothose currently working or volunteering in an area have XP operating systems. Vista users should takenon-profit. course 52002. Note: See Course Skills Assessment.To Be Announced Course: 51101 $279 For: 12 hours Section A: Jan 30-Feb 3 MWF 8:00am-12:00pm Rav Nicholson Custom Microsoft Office 2007 or 2010 Classes In addition to the Microsoft Office classes offered in this catalog, UNM Continuing Education can create customized MS Office classes for your company or department that is upgrading to a new MS Office ver- sion. Contact the UNMCE Custom Training Program at 505-277-6034 or email customtraining@dce.unm.eduRegistration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 67
    • Windows: Organizing Your Files and Photos Basic Applications Do you or those in your organization waste valuable Get started using the three basic applications for MS time searching for your important files and photos? Office 2010: Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Clear step- Learn to effectively organize and manage documents by-step instructions show you how to tackle Office and programs with a systematic approach to file, fold- 2007 tasks. Topics include: finding hidden files, creat- er, and disk creation, naming, and placement. Learn ing a blog post, writing a letter, assembling and pre- the rules and suggestions for naming, renaming, find- senting slideshows, developing a publication, and ing, copying, deleting, and backing up files. building a spreadsheet. Lessons are presented in bite- Prerequisite: Basic computer experience. sized modules so you can get started right away. Course: 51115 $219 For: 6 hours Prerequisite: Basic computer experience. Section A: Feb 20-22 MW 9:00am-12:00pm Course: 52030 $219 For: 8 hours Section B: May 1-3 TTh 9:00am-12:00pm Section A: Jan 18-20 WF 8:00am-12:00pm Margo Bouchard Section B: Mar 20-22 TTh 1:00pm-5:00pmBusiness & Technology Rav Nicholson Desktop Computing Word: Beginning UNM Employees, you may use your tuition Learn to create, edit, and save documents as well as remission benefit for the courses listed in this format text, paragraphs, and documents. Learn effec- subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/ tive navigation and selection techniques, custom tabs, indents, paragraph alignment, and line spacing. tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed forms Manage headers, footers, and margins. Create tables. to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077 Use powerful proofing and correcting features includ- see our staff listing on page 4. ing find and replace text, AutoCorrect, and Spelling and Grammar Checker. Add graphics and clip art. Unless otherwise noted, Desktop Computing courses Prerequisite: Basic computer experience. are taught using Office 2010.Desktop Computing Course: 52141 $279 For: 12 hours Online courses are now available in Office 2003 Section A: Jan 23-27 MWF 8:00am-12:00pm and 2007. Contact Program Supervisor at Section B: Mar 26-30 MWF 8:00am-12:00pm (505) 277-6033 if you wish to substitute an online Sharlene Stein course for a classroom course in a certificate program. Word: Intermediate Use Word 2010 for more complex tasks. Learn to for- Fast Track Friday classes are a great way to get the mat text in multiple columns, save and preview docu- skills you need in one day. 1 day, 8 hours, $229 and ments as Web pages and advanced table features. lunch is on us! Explore using templates, envelopes and labels, styles, and making revisions. Prerequisite: Beginning Word Excel: Beginning 52171 Section A Feb 17 or prior experience. Word: Beginning 52151 Section A Feb 24 Course: 52142 $279 For: 12 hours Word: Beginning 52151 Section B Mar 23 Section A: Feb 6-10 MWF 8:00am-12:00pm Excel: Beginning 52171 Section B Apr 20 Section B: Apr 9-13 MWF 8:00am-12:00pm Word: Intermediate 52152 Section A Apr 29 Sharlene Stein For more information contact the Program Supervisor at businessapps@dce.unm.edu or Word: Advanced (505) 277-6033. Make the most out of Word 2010! Learn mail merge, objects and backgrounds, forms, macros, customiza- Discover Office 2010 tion, long documents and xml features. Make Word do This four-hour class will give you a better understand- the work for you through managing master docu- ing of the new features and possibilities of Office ments, tables of contents, indexes, bibliographies, and 2010. If you have upgraded your computer and are cross references. Run macros to save time with repeti- frustrated with the new layout, this class will help you tive tasks. Use form fields to protect forms and share refresh your knowledge in Microsoft Word, Excel and and secure documents. Prerequisite: Intermediate PowerPoint. Prerequisite: Basic computer experience. Word or prior experience. Course: 52011 $99 For: 4 hours Course: 52143 $279 For: 12 hours Section A: Jan 11 W 1:00pm-5:00pm Section A: Apr 30-May 4 MWF 8:00am-12:00pm Section B: Mar 21 W 8:00am-12:00pm Sharlene Stein Rav Nicholson 68 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Word: Beginning—Fast Track Excel: IntermediateLearn the new capabilities of Word 2010 in just eight Move beyond the basics in this Excel 2010 class. Linkhours. This course will teach you how to create, edit, multiple worksheets/workbooks and use advanced for-and save documents while formatting the text and matting features. Outline and consolidate data. Createparagraphs in the new Word 2010 software. Learn the and use cell names for greater understanding and ease.basic functions of Word, such as managing headers and Learn advanced filtering options to find what you needfooters, paragraph alignment, creating tables, and cus- and organize your data. Save workbooks as Web pagestomizing tabs. If you do not have any experience with and use hyperlinks. Explore the advanced charting fea-Word, it is recommended you take a Basics course tures. Prerequisite: Beginning Excel or prior experi-rather than a Beginning course. This course is ence.designed to cover the topics quickly and accurately. Course: 52162 $279 For: 12 hoursPrerequisite: Basic computer experience. Section A: Feb 6-10 MWF 1:00pm-5:00pmCourse: 52151 $229 For: 8 hours Section B: Apr 9-13 MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm Business & TechnologySection A: Feb 24 F 8:00am-5:00pm Rav NicholsonNote: This class includes lunch.Section B: Mar 23 F 8:00am-5:00pm Excel: AdvancedNote: This class includes lunch. Learn the advanced functions of excel to simplify yourMary Byrd work. Use lookup functions, MATCH and INDEX. Create data tables, validate cell entries, explore data-Word: Intermediate—Fast Track base functions. Use PivotTables and PivotCharts to seeThis course is designed to teach students the complex patterns in your data. Import and Export data as textfunctions of Word 2010. Learn to format text in mul- files or XML data. Query external databases and usetiple columns, print documents as Web pages, and excel for easy analysis. Run macros and work withlearn how to use templates for labels and envelopes. VBA code. Use conditional formatting for graphics.Word 2010 has a number of hidden tricks to make Prerequisite: Intermediate Excel or prior experience. Desktop Computingdocuments easier than ever to create. Learn the tricks Course: 52163 $279 For: 12 hoursand sign up for this course. Prerequisite: Beginning Section A: Apr 30-May 4 MWF 1:00pm-5:00pmWord of prior experience. Rick BergCourse: 52152 $229 For: 8 hoursSection A: Apr 27 F 8:00am-5:00pm Excel: Beginning—Fast TrackMary Byrd Become familiar with Excel in just 8 hours. Learn the most effective methods to format, create, modify, andExcel: Beginning print worksheets. Explore custom formatting featuresLearn the most effective methods to create, modify, and apply basic functions such as entering formulasformat, and print worksheets. Insert and modify and graphics. If you do not have any experience withgraphics. Create, modify and print charts. Enter and Excel it is recommended you take a Basics courseapply basic formulas and functions. Explore custom rather than a Beginning course. This course isformatting features, such as fonts and conditional for- designed to cover the topics quickly and accurately.matting. This course is appropriate for new users and Prerequisite: Basic computer experience.the self-taught. Prerequisite: Basic computer experi- Course: 52171 $229 For: 8 hoursence. Section A: Feb 17 F 8:00am-5:00pmCourse: 52161 $279 For: 12 hours Section B: Apr 20 F 8:00am-5:00pmSection A: Jan 23-27 MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm Rick BergSection B: Mar 26-30 MWF 1:00pm-5:00pmRav Nicholson Get Ahead with a Tutorial Elective If you are working toward a certificate and cannot Two-hour one-on-one sessions with the instructor find the class you need, call Caroline Orcutt at of your choice are available in Desktop (505) 277-6037 for advisement. Computing, Programming and GIS topics if you have attended a six-hour or longer class in a Practice computers are available for students taking similar topic. Contact the Program Supervisor at computer courses during the current semester. (505) 277-6033 to schedule a day and time that Request a practice time through your program is convenient for you. $149-$199. supervisor or program support staff.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 69
    • Access: Beginning PowerPoint: Intermediate Understand the basic concepts of database use and Become a PowerPoint power user. Create slides that how to most effectively design your database. Design include graphs, tables and organizational charts for basic tables and add, edit, locate, sort, filter and delete easy communication. Develop multimedia content and records. Set field properties, work with input masks, customized slide shows that set your presentations and set validation rules. Learn to design and apply apart. Save presentations in various formats. Students queries, reports, and forms to make it easier to accom- will get hands on experience developing and delivering plish everyday database tasks. Prerequisite: Basic com- a PowerPoint presentation in class. Prerequisite: puter experience. Beginning Powerpoint or prior experience. Course: 52181 $279 For: 12 hours Course: 52242 $279 For: 12 hours Section A: Jan 24-31 TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm Section A: Feb 27-Mar 5 MW 1:00pm-5:00pm Section B: Mar 27-Apr 3 TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm Sharlene Stein Diane C. FollstaedtBusiness & Technology Access: Intermediate Desktop Computing Online Go beyond the basics using queries to answer specific Classes in this section are online. Dates and times questions and create summaries. Create and enhance are placeholders only. Classes are taken on your custom forms, create a main form with sub-forms, and own computer at the times and dates that are con- create and enhance custom reports. Prerequisites: venient to you. Course hours are approximate. Beginning Access or prior experience. Course: 52182 $279 For: 12 hours 2003 Desktop Computing Classes Section A: Feb 7-14 TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm 52981N Word 2003: Beginning $249 Section B: Apr 10-17 TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm 52982N Word 2003: Advanced $249 Diane C. Follstaedt 52983N Excel 2003: Beginning $249 52984N Excel 2003: Advanced $249Desktop Computing Access: Advanced 52985N PowerPoint 2003: Beginning $249 Make Access do more for you though advanced 52986N PowerPoint 2003: Advanced $219 queries, including crosstabs and parameters. Learn to 52987N Access 2003: Beginning $299 write SQL statements and attach SQL queries to con- trols. Create, run and modify macros, and attach 52988N Access 2003: Advanced $299 macros to events. Create macros that will provide user 2007 Desktop Computing Classes interaction or data transfer. Import, export, and link 52921N Word 2007: Beginning $299 objects. Work with Windows SharePoint Services. 52922N Word 2007: Intermediate $299 Integrate the internet through hyperlinked fields. 52923N Word 2007: Advanced $249 Optimize and protect your data. Prerequisite: 52925N Excel 2007: Beginning $299 Intermediate Access or prior experience. 52926N Excel 2007: Intermediate $299 Course: 52183 $279 For: 12 hours 52927N Excel 2007: Advanced $299 Section A: Apr 19-26 TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm 52931N PowerPoint 2007: Beginning $299 Rick Berg 52932N PowerPoint 2007: Advanced $269 PowerPoint: Beginning 52935N Access 2007: Beginning $299 52936N Access 2007: Intermediate $299 Create presentation materials using the newest version 52937N Access 2007: Advanced $299 of PowerPoint. Learn to edit, format, proof, and print 52941N Outlook 2007: Beginning $299 presentations. Build and run slide shows with transi- tion and multimedia elements. Use templates and 52942N Outlook 2007: Intermediate $249 themes to make your presentations visually interesting. 52943N Outlook 2007: Advanced $249 Draw objects and use ClipArt and WordArt for dra- 52945N Visio 2007: Beginning $269 matic effects. Prerequisite: Basic computer experience. 52948N Publisher 2007: Beginning $269 Course: 52241 $279 For: 12 hours Section A: Feb 13-20 MW 1:00pm-5:00pm Sharlene Stein Ask your employer about your company’s tuition reimbursement programs for job-related courses and training. Tuition remission is available for UNM Staff and faculty. 70 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Macintosh Safari, Stickies, TextEdit, Time Machine and more. Prerequisite: 54101/11 or equivalent experience.Note: All Macintosh courses are taught using the most Course: 54118 $339 For: 16 hourscurrent version of OS X. Section A: Apr 2-3 MT 8:00am-5:00pm Marc MintzLearn to Use a Mac: An Easy-Paced Introduction Macintosh OS X Administering and NetworkingThis course acquaints the computer novice with basiccomputer terminology and essential Macintosh con- It’s easy to string a cable between two computers socepts in a relaxed setting. Students examine a word they can talk to each other. But when things go wrongprocessor, a spreadsheet, and the very popular iLife it can cost as much as the computer itself to correct it.package. A brief introduction to the Internet is includ- Examine how to install, configure, and maintain net-ed. Note: See Course Skills Assessment. Prerequisite: works of two to 100 Macintosh computers, iPhones,None. and iPads using Ethernet and WiFi. In typical simple Business & Technology Mac-like style, learn all of the components that makeCourse: 54010 $139 For: 8 hours up both small and large networks, how to properlySection A: Feb 6-8 MW 1:00pm-5:00pm install and configure these components, and how toMarc Mintz keep everything running trouble-free. Prerequisite:Macintosh: Operating System Basics Prerequisite: 54101/11 or equivalent experience.Get hands-on training in the basic functions of Course: 54119 $219 For: 8 hoursMacintosh’s latest user-friendly operating system. Section A: Apr 16 M 8:00am-5:00pmTopics include filing system fundamentals, finder Marc Mintzmenus, window viewing options, the Dock and Macintosh Maintenance and SupportToolbar, aliases, and an introduction to customizationoptions. An overview of the iLife digital media pro- Learn how to keep your Mac running smoothly, at thegrams will also show how easy and fun it is to work fast-track pace for those with some Macintosh experi- Macintoshcreatively with photos, music, movies and more on ence. Avoid downtime and costly repairs by learning toyour Mac. Note: See Course Skills Assessment. perform basic preventive maintenance and simple fix-itPrerequisite: 54010 or equivalent experience. procedures to minimize potential problems. Topics include updating software, using the Disk Utility pro-Course: 54101 $279 For: 12 hours gram, replacing damaged preference files, starting upSection A: Feb 27-Mar 2 MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm from a different disk, how to handle a computer hang,Marc Mintz and what to do if you forget your login password.Macintosh: Operating System Basics—Fast Track Prerequisite: 54101/11 or equivalent experience.Are your Macintosh skills a little rusty? Do you already Course: 54122 $229 For: 8 hoursknow Windows and want to learn about the Section A: May 14 M 8:00am-5:00pmMacintosh? Or are you moving to OS X? At a faster Marc Mintzpace, learn the basic functions of the latest Macintosh Macintosh OS X Support MasteryOperating System, how to customize its setup, andcreate and work with aliases. Work with the Dock, Prepare to become a competent and confidentFinder, Apple Menu, and System Preferences. Learn Macintosh support professional. Topics include instal-about file management, built-in accessories, the Find lation and setup, user accounts, using the commandutility and more. Prerequisite: A basic knowledge of line interface, file systems, data management and back-any version of Macintosh OS or working knowledge of up. We also cover how applications function underWindows. Lion, running Boot Camp, network configuration, providing network services, and how to work with allCourse: 54111 $219 For: 8 hours types of peripherals. The class final assignment is toSection A: Mar 19 M 8:00am-5:00pm create your own automated installer. Prerequisites:Marc Mintz 54101/11, 54118 or equivalent experience.Macintosh OS X Applications Course: 54151 $1499 For: 32 hoursYour Mac OS X computer comes with all the applica- Section A: May 7-10 MTWTh 8:00am-5:00pmtions you need to get surfing, playing, writing, record- Marc Mintzing, watching, listening, and working. But, though theMac is easy and simple to start using, learning the tipsand tricks of these applications makes not only yourexperience more fun, it also makes you more produc-tive. Examine most of the applications that come withyour Mac and others you can add to your collection forfree, including Address Book, Calculator, DVD Player,Front Row, iCal, iChat, iPhoto, iTunes, Mail, Preview,Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 71
    • Digital Arts 2D Design The elements of two-dimensional design demonstrate the basics behind computer-generated and hand ren- dered art and design. Learn about color, texture, size, For a comprehensive Digital Arts catalog, call shape, and balance while working with materials such Caroline Orcutt at (505) 277-6037 or see our as paint, glue, scissors, colored paper, markers, and website for a downloadable pdf. charcoal pencils. Note: Equipment and materials cost about $30; a materials list will be emailed with your Graphic Design & course confirmation. Prerequisite: None. Course: 55105 $279 For: 12 hours Visual Communication Section A: Apr 23-May 14 M 5:30pm-8:30pm Jeff LaFlamme UNM Employees, you may use your tuition Business & Technology remission benefit for the courses listed in this Logo Design subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/ Create effective logos by understanding the processes, tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed forms strategies, applications and roles that logos play within to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077 brand identity. Learn about different types of logos see our staff listing on page 4. through case studies, design history, and critical exami- nation. Students produce a corporate identity project. Note: The Graphic Design and Visual Communication Equipment and materials cost about $25.00; a materi- classes are taught in a classroom, not in a computer lab. als list will be available the first day of class. Computer experience is helpful, but not required. Prerequisites: 55101, and 55102 or 55108. Suggested: 55202. Graphic Design and Visual Communication Course: 55123 $279 For: 12 hours Learn to create an effective layout for any graphic Section A: Apr 24-May 15 T 6:00pm-9:00pmGraphic Design & Visual Communication design project. Discover the principles of design for Kevin Glasgow clear and attractive visual communication. Topics include an introduction to advertising, publication, Color Theory and web design; logos and letterhead packages; layout; Add life to your projects with color! Learn to choose typography; and color theory. Note: Equipment and colors effectively with the use of the color wheel, com- materials cost about $25; a materials list will be avail- plementary colors, color triads, analogous colors, color able the first day of class. Prerequisite: None. neutrals, tints and shades, saturation and hue. Color Suggested: 55105 or 55201. systems such as RGB, CMYK, and Pantone, the psy- Course: 55101 $329 For: 15 hours chology of color, and color harmonies are also Section A: Jan 23-Feb 20 M 5:30pm-8:30pm addressed. Information learned in this course is useful Cristina Olds for all traditional as well as computer generated art- work and design. Note: Equipment and materials cost History of Graphic Design about $35; a materials list will be emailed to you with Explore the language of visual communication by your course confirmation. Prerequisite: None. looking at design’s rich history. Topics covered include Suggested: 55101. the development of visual communications from the Course: 55221 $179 For: 6 hours earliest pictographs to the work of contemporary Section A: Mar 6-8 TTh 1:00pm-4:00pm designers and illustrators. Students complete a design Jeff LaFlamme project by the last class. Note: Equipment and materi- als 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: 55101. Get Ahead with a Tutorial Elective Course: 55102 $279 For: 12 hours Two-hour one-on-one sessions with the instructor Section A: Feb 7-28 T 6:00pm-9:00pm of your choice are available in Macintosh and Kevin Glasgow Digital Arts topics if you have attended a 6-hour or longer class in the same topic. Contact Caroline Digital Arts 6-Pack Discount Orcutt at (505) 277-6037 to schedule a day and Package your Digital Arts classes for increased time that is convenient for you. $199. savings. Register for six Digital Arts classes (course numbers 54000-59999) at the same time and receive a package discount of $210. Inquire at registration at (505) 277-0077. Some restrictions may apply. 72 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • The Business of Digital Arts Legal Issues in Digital Arts To succeed as a digital artist today, you must have an UNM Employees, you may use your tuition understanding of the legal principles and issues that remission benefit for the courses listed in this affect your business. Gain the tools to recognize legal subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/ problems and address them appropriately. Topics tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed forms include model releases, censorship and obscenity, con- to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077 tract principles, copyright issues, business formation, see our staff listing on page 4. what happens when you sue (or get sued), determin- ing when you need a lawyer, and more. Prerequisite:Note: Unless otherwise noted, the Business of Digital None.Arts classes are taught in a classroom, not in a computer Course: 55625 $219 For: 8 hourslab. Computer experience is helpful, but not required. Section A: Feb 15-29 W 6:00pm-8:45pmWriting Creative Copy for Print and Web Media Note: Last class session ends at 8:30pm. Business & TechnologyEnhance your company’s image with copy that Richard Mertzsparkles, attracts attention and wins new customers. Portfolios for Photographers and DesignersLearn the basics of copywriting techniques for printadvertisements, direct mail, broadcast, sales literature, Explore the methods used by photographers andpublic relations and electronic media. Emphasis is designers in creating successful portfolios. Take a lookplaced on developing a creative strategy, market posi- at the steps to develop your portfolio: targeting whotion and segmentation, writing for the buying cycle, will see the portfolio and what they want to see; deter-messaging and persuasive writing. In addition, we ana- mining the format; choosing the work that willlyze landmark creative campaigns from some of the impress the potential client; showcasing your bestworld’s most successful companies. Suggested text: work; and production of the finished portfolio.The Copywriter’s Handbook by Robert W. Bly. Prerequisite: 55101 or 55801/3.Prerequisite: None. Course: 55627 $179 For: 6 hours The Business of Digital ArtsCourse: 55604 $229 For: 9 hours Section A: Apr 13-20 F 1:00pm-4:00pmSection A: Apr 3-17 T 6:00pm-9:00pm Pat BerrettDoug Stine The Basics of Media ProducingSocial Media: Facebook, Twitter and Linked-In Get an overview of the production process, fromSocial media supports the human need for social inter- developing a budget, breaking down the script, deter-action with other people using the Internet to broad- mining the location to learning about the factorscast media, dialogue and content. Learn how to use involved in scheduling a shoot. Learn production ter-Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, link social media minology such as: what’s a call sheet and why do wewebsites together for greater interaction, use mobile need one, production chain of command and set eti-devices to update your sites, create profiles, blog, quette. In addition, a brief introduction to editing andsearch for contacts, and reconnect with old friends. post production will be covered. Prerequisite: None.Note: To learn about using social media for market- Course: 55635 $179 For: 6 hoursing, see 55623. Prerequisites: Basic computer and Section A: Mar 12-19 M 6:00pm-9:00pmInternet experience. Shayne SawyerCourse: 55605 $69 For: 3 hours Independent Study in Digital ArtsSection A: Mar 15 Th 6:00pm-9:00pmNote: This class is taught in a computer lab using both Synthesize the material learned in the Digital Arts Program with the individual attention needed to fill inMacintosh and Windows computers. any gaps. This course is for the advanced Digital ArtsJeremy Jaramillo student who has the skills necessary to plan and pro-Marketing and Self Promotion for Digital Artists duce a project independently. A project is chosen at the first meeting, so bring your ideas. Students createDevelop materials to promote yourself, your business at least one portfolio piece to be displayed or pub-and/or your art online and offline. From media kits to lished. Note: Cost of materials varies; materials will bepromotional calendars, your view of self-marketing will discussed the first day of class. Prerequisite: Anymove forward exponentially as a result of this content- Digital Arts Level I certificate or equivalent experi-packed, practical class. Artists, designers and other pro- ence.fessionals will plan and execute publicity tactics withconfidence as a result. Prerequisite: None. Course: 55701 $329 For: 15 hours Section A: Feb 2-Apr 26 Th 6:00pm-9:00pmCourse: 55622 $179 For: 6 hours Note: Class dates: Feb 2, Feb 23, Mar 15, Apr 5,Section A: Mar 13-27 T 6:00pm-8:00pm Apr 26.Mary Ellen Merrigan Caroline OrcuttRegistration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 73
    • Digital Photography Choosing the Right Digital Camera Whether you’re looking to buy your first or fifth digi- UNM Employees, you may use your tuition tal camera, you’ll want to make the right choice. Gain remission benefit for the courses listed in this the tools you need to make a good decision by dis- subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/ cussing megapixels, zoom values, and JPG and RAW tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed forms file formats. Find out how to transfer photos from to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077 camera to computer or print digital photos without see our staff listing on page 4. ever using a computer at all! Note: To learn how to use your digital camera, see 55808 and 55801/3. Prerequisite: None. Note: The Digital Photography classes are taught in a classroom, not in a computer lab. Computer experience is Course: 55807 $69 For: 3 hours helpful, but not required. Section A: Feb 23 Th 6:00pm-9:00pm Richard NunezBusiness & Technology Photography with a Digital Camera Getting Started with Your Digital Camera Learn the basics of photography as you explore the Learn how to best use the point-and-shoot capabilities capabilities of your digital camera. Discover what aper- of your camera, and find out how to download photos ture, shutter speed, and white balance are and how from your camera to a computer. If you don’t yet feel they affect your photographs. Find out how and when comfortable using your digital camera, this is the per- to use flash, and experiment with photographic com- fect way to get started! Notes: Bring your camera, position to get the most out of your camera—and manual, and cables to class. For a more extensive yourself! Recommended for those new to photography course in digital photography, see 55801/3. as well as film photographers who want to make the Prerequisite: Must have a digital camera (any type). switch to digital. Note: Bring your camera, manual Suggested: Working knowledge of Windows or and extra batteries to class. Prerequisite: Must have a Macintosh. digital camera (any type). Suggested: 55807, 55808.Digital Photography Course: 55808 $69 For: 3 hours Course: 55801 $279 For: 12 hours Section A: Apr 19 Th 6:00pm-9:00pm Section A: Jan 18-Feb 8 W 6:00pm-9:00pm Richard Nunez Lisa Tannenbaum Section B: Jan 26-Feb 16 Th 6:00pm-9:00pm Using Natural Light in Digital Photography Richard Nunez Take advantage of natural light, regardless of the situa- Section C: Feb 20-Mar 12 M 6:00pm-9:00pm tion, while improving your compositional skills. Pat Berrett Practice and improve your knowledge of digital pho- Section D: Apr 27-May 18 F 1:00pm-4:00pm tography with local field trips and subsequent cri- Pat Berrett tiques. Find out how to take better photos, without having to buy an expensive and complicated camera Photography Composition and without getting bogged down in a lot of technical One definition for photographic composition is simple: details. Prerequisites: 55801/3; must have a digital the pleasing selection and arrangement of subjects camera (any type). within the picture area. In general, good pictures Course: 55810 $279 For: 12 hours result from careful attention to some basic elements of Section A: Mar 14-28 W 6:00pm-8:00pm composition, together with appropriate lighting and an and Sa 2:00pm-5:00pm interesting subject. Become familiar with the practical Note: Required field trips on Saturday, 3/17/12 and applications of the key elements of composition to 3/24/12, 2:00pm-5:00pm. improve your photography: point of interest, simplici- Mary Elkins ty, contrast, balance, framing, viewpoint, direction of movement, diagonals, and rule of thirds. Prerequisite: None. Course: 55804 $179 For: 6 hours Section A: Jan 30-Feb 13 M 6:00pm-8:00pm Pat Berrett Enhance your learning with these online options from Gatlin and Ed2Go. Secrets of Better Photography $119 Refunds or transfers are allowed up to three busi- Photoshop Elements 9 ness days before a class begins. Other refund poli- for the Digital Photographer $119 cies may apply to conferences, educational trips and Creating Web Pages $119 tours, Story of New Mexico and other special pro- grams. Look for refund information in the event or Visit dce.unm.edu/online-courses.htm for more course brochure, flyer, or web text. information. 74 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Photography with a Digital Camera II Digital Wedding PhotographyContinue to discover the beauty and joy of digital Learn the basics of digital wedding photography withphotography. Make the most of your camera—whether your creative talent. Class topics will cover when toit’s the most basic point-and-shoot or a high end shoot in RAW and when to shoot in JPEG, essentialdSLR—by understanding how you can set up your camera equipment, lens selection, photography stylesshots to get consistently good results. Fine-tune your based on client needs, day readiness, and presentingphotographic skills by practicing new composition your customer outstanding finished prints. There willtechniques, and learn the basics of product photogra- be an outdoor field trip to simulate an on locationphy, including how to set up shots for eBay and/or event photographing your classmates using the topicsarts and crafts shows. Note: Bring your camera, manu- learned in class. Prerequisites: 55801/3, must have aal, and extra batteries to class. Prerequisites: digital camera with manual capabilities. Suggested:55801/3, must have a digital camera (any type). 55821 or 55823.Course: 55821 $279 For: 12 hours Course: 55827 $279 For: 12 hours Business & TechnologySection A: Mar 19-Apr 2 M 6:00pm-9:00pm Section A: Mar 22-Apr 12 Th 6:00pm-8:00pm and Sa 9:00am-12:00pm and Su 1:00pm-5:00pmNote: Required field trip on Saturday, 3/24/12, Note: Required field trip on Sunday, 4/1/12,9:00am -12:00pm. 1:00pm-5:00pm.Pat Berrett Richard NunezDigital SLR Techniques Creating Depth in Digital PhotographyImprove your digital SLR skills through a deeper Create a strong sense of depth in your photos by uti-understanding of how the digital imaging system lizing in-camera controls and making the most of pho-works, and enhance your creative control over the tographic opportunities. Topics include the use ofimage in printing and electronic/web display. Topics aperture and focal length to control depth of field andinclude: The Camera, including controls, lenses and a comprehensive understanding of how light, back- Digital Photographyaccessories; The Negative, including the sensor, RAW ground and textures can be used to make your imagesfiles, histograms and creative control; and The Print, pop! Prerequisites: 55801/3, must have a digitalincluding in-camera and post-processing manipulations camera with manual capabilities. Suggested: 55821 orto achieve your desired final product. Note: Bring 55823.your camera, manual, and extra batteries to class. Course: 55828 $229 For: 9 hoursPrerequisites: 55801/3; must have a digital camera Section A: Mar 27-Apr 3 TTh 1:00pm-3:00pmwith manual capabilities, digital SLR preferred. and Sa 9:00am-12:00pmCourse: 55823 $229 For: 9 hours Note: Required field trip on Saturday, 3/31/12,Section A: Mar 1-15 Th 6:00pm-9:00pm 9:00am-12:00pm.Richard Nunez Barak NagganPhotographing People in DigitalProduce good digital pictures of people, indoors oroutside. This class covers the basics of posing andlighting your subjects to get the look you want and toget the best results from your photos. Learn to takequality candid photos of adults and children at work or Use Yourat play. Discuss the importance of lighting and lensselection. Use the techniques learned to photograph Photography Skills on ayour classmates on a special class field trip. Story of New MexicoPrerequisites: 55801/3, must have a digital camera Trip or Tourwith manual capabilities. Suggested: 55821 or 55823.Course: 55825 $279 For: 12 hoursSection A: Apr 9-23 M 6:00pm-8:00pm and Sa 9:00am-12:00pmNote: Required field trips on Saturday, 4/14/12 and Photography opportunities abound with Story of4/21/12, 9:00am-12:00pm. New Mexico’s tours. Join the D.H. LawrencePat Berrett Ranch Tour, or get some shots at the Hondo Iris Farm. See page 95 or dce.unm.edu for addition- Students ages 12-17 may enroll in Digital Arts al destinations! classes at UNM Continuing Education with special permission. Call Caroline Orcutt at (505) 277-6037 for information.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 75
    • Digital Black and White Photography Sports and Action Photography Explore creative techniques to create interesting and Sports and action photography is all about being in artistic black and white photographs using a digital the right place at the right time. Each sport has pre- camera. Discuss unique methods of exposure to devel- dictable and unpredictable moments. From your op various moods for your subject. Learn the benefits child’s soccer game to professional level sports, discov- of photographing in JPEG and RAW, and when to uti- er the best approaches to creating memorable images. lize in-camera digital techniques to enhance your black Tackle the challenges of working both indoors and and white photographs. Composition techniques and outdoors and get a grasp on exposure, lens selection lens selection will also be covered. Prerequisite: and courtside access and etiquette for all sports. 55801/3, must have a digital camera with manual Prerequisite: 55801/3 and working knowledge of capabilities. your digital camera in manual mode; must have a digi- Course: 55830 $279 For: 12 hours tal camera with manual capabilities. Suggested: 55821 Section A: Apr 26-May 17 Th 6:00pm-8:00pm or 55823, telephoto lens.Business & Technology and Su 1:00pm-5:00pm Course: 55832 $279 For: 15 hours Note: Required field trip on Sunday, 5/6/12, Section A: Apr 30-May 14 M 6:00pm-9:00pm 1:00pm-5:00pm. and Sa 9:00am-12:00pm Richard Nunez Note: Required field trip on Saturday, 5/5/12, 9:00am -12:00 pm. Architectural Photography Pat Berrett Tackle the challenges of photographing architecture and interiors. Explore the history of architectural pho- High Dynamic Range Photography tography, design theory and the aesthetics of composi- Learn how to create fantastic High Dynamic Range tional elements. Using exposure, depth of field, lens (HDR) images. Determine how many images are choices and color theory, find out how to evaluate a needed for a great HDR image, what lighting condi- location and determine the best angles. In addition, tions are best for HDR photography, and combineDigital Photography learn about the technical issues of artificial and natural shots with Photoshop and Photomatix HDR software light and the materials used within the built environ- to create an HDR radiance photo file. In addition, ment to recognize differing qualities of light. explore the software settings and finishing techniques Prerequisites: 55801/3, 56311/31 and must have a for popular HDR styles and discuss additional software digital camera with manual capabilities. available in the market for HDR processing. Course: 55831 $279 For: 12 hours Prerequisites: 55801, and 56311/31; must have a Section A: Apr 4-25 W 6:00pm-8:00pm digital SLR camera. and Sa 1:00pm-5:00pm Course: 55834 $179 For: 6 hours Note: Required field trip on Saturday, 4/14/12, Section A: Apr 28 Sa 9:00am-4:00pm 1:00pm-5:00pm. Joanne Schmidt Robert Reck Digital Photography Online Ed2Go instructor-led classes include: Discover Digital Photography $119 Photographing People with Your Digital Camera $119 Secrets of Better Photography $119 For more information, call Caroline Orcutt at (505) 277-6037 or see our website. Practice computers are available for students enrolled in computer classes during the current semester. Call Caroline Orcutt at (505) 277-6037 to schedule practice time. Students ages 12-17 may enroll in Digital Arts classes at UNM Continuing Education with special permission. Call Caroline Orcutt at (505) 277-6037 for information. 76 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Digital Videography & Community Media Studio Production Crew a live and pre-recorded studio television produc-Filmmaking tion at the Quote-Unquote, Inc. Community Media Center studios. Learn to operate Sony studio cameras, UNM Employees, you may use your tuition and overhead grid lighting; use a character generator remission benefit for the courses listed in this to create titles and credits; operate state-of-the-art subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/ video switchers for basic studio and high-end green- tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed forms screen productions; use audio equipment including to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077 Mackie audio boards, lavalier, shotgun and handheld see our staff listing on page 4. mics; as well as multiple decks, monitors and live stu- dio call-in capabilities. Your live studio production willNote: The Digital Videography and Filmaking classes air on Comcast cable TV channel 27. Notes:are taught in a classroom, not in a computer lab. Registration includes one year annual membership toComputer experience is helpful, but not required. Business & Technology equipment and facilities use at Quote-Unquote, Inc. for public access programming. This class has a 7-dayDigital Videography: An Introduction advance notice cancellation policy. Prerequisite:Develop your technical and creative skills as a digital Attend a one-hour orientation at Quote-Unquotevideographer. Learn how to achieve satisfying and pro- Media Center.fessional-looking footage using your own digital video Course: 55942 $199 For: 18 hourscamera. Implement some basic skills and shooting Section A: Feb 27-Apr 2 M 6:00pm-9:00pmtechniques. Topics include the DV format, video cam- Note: This class meets at Quote-Unquote, Inc.era capabilities, features and operation, camera control, Required orientation meets on Wednesday, Februarymovement and composition, types of shots that make 15th, 7:00-8:00pm.up a scene, sound, light, and how to shoot with edit- Susan Schuurmaning in mind. Class includes hands-on demonstrations Digital Videography & Filmmaking/Computer Graphicsand video exercises. Prerequisite: Working knowledgeof your digital video camera; must have a digital video Computer Graphicscamera (any type). UNM Employees, you may use your tuitionCourse: 55911 $279 For: 12 hours remission benefit for the courses listed in thisSection A: Mar 27-Apr 5 TTh 9:00am-12:00pm subprogram.Barak NagganDocumentary Videography Note: Unless otherwise noted the Computer GraphicsAcquire the essentials for making great documentaries. classes are taught in a dual platform lab using bothExamine excerpts from documentary films and get Windows and Macintosh software.hands-on experience with typical shooting situationssuch as setting up for an interview and utilizing obser- Computer Graphics: An Introductionvational camera techniques. Topics include objective Explore the differences between raster and vectorand subjective camera, interviewing techniques, docu- graphics and determine which is best for each project.mentary forms, and typical camera equipment. Learn about file formats such as TIFF, JPEG, EPS,Prerequisite: 55911; must have a digital video camera PDF, native, RAW data, and others, and discover how(any type). they work within graphics software programs, includ-Course: 55921 $279 For: 12 hours ing Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Flash,Section A: May 2-16 W 6:00pm-8:00pm Dreamweaver, and others. Additional topics include and Sa 1:00pm-4:00pm spot, RGB, CMYK, and Web color systems; 2D versusNote: Required field trips on Saturday, 5/5/12 and 3D graphics; and digital camera resolution conver-5/12/12, 1:00pm-4:00pm. sions. This course provides important prerequisiteEd Smith information for all beginning courses in computer graphics. Note: See Course Skills Assessment. Prerequisite: 51101/11 or 54101/11 or equivalent experience. Get Ahead with a Tutorial Elective Course: 56101 $279 For: 12 hours Section A: Jan 23-Feb 1 MW 6:00pm-9:00pm Two-hour one-on-one sessions with the instructor Sean Lemons of your choice are available in Macintosh and Section B: Jan 31-Feb 7 TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm Digital Arts topics if you have attended a 6-hour Anita Quintana or longer class in the same topic. Contact Caroline Section C: Apr 30-May 4 MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm Orcutt at (505) 277-6037 to schedule a day and time that is convenient for you. $199. Adele GangaiRegistration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 77
    • InDesign: Beginning Interactive InDesign Learn cutting-edge page layout with Adobe InDesign. Learn how to create interactive documents using Get an introduction to how a page layout program InDesign. With InDesign’s interactive features we can works and learn the basic tools and techniques. We now create interactive PDFs and web-based media cover character formatting, editing and linking text such as banner ads, mini sites, photo galleries and an blocks, and importing text and graphics from other online portfolio—all without knowing any code! applications. In-class exercises emphasize the basic Topics include creating buttons, animations, multi- principles of typography and page layout. state objects, hyperlinks, and adding audio and video Prerequisites: 56101 and word-processing experience. for a truly dynamic interactive piece. Prerequisite: Course: 56121 $279 For: 12 hours 56121. Section A: Jan 31-Feb 9 TTh 6:00pm-9:00pm Course: 56134 $279 For: 12 hours Zac Van Note Section A: May 3-10 TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm Anita QuintanaBusiness & Technology InDesign: Intermediate Refine your InDesign skills with in-depth use of text Acrobat Pro: Working with PDFs and graphics, including tools for paragraph formatting, Utilize the note-making and markup capabilities of tabs, paragraph and character styles, text wrap, and Acrobat Pro to make notations to documents for edit- working with imported graphics. We also focus on ing and updating. Set up navigation features to make it working with multi-page layouts, including Master easy for users to link to other pages, web pages, or Pages, automatic page numbering, and the Pages other PDFs. Discover how to embed hyperlinks into palette. Students work on a newsletter in class. Basic PDF files, manipulate how a PDF opens for a user, preparation of your document for a commercial printer and even make text changes in a PDF. Prerequisite: will be discussed. Prerequisite: 56121/26. 51101/11 or 54101/11 or equivalent experience. Course: 56122 $279 For: 12 hours Course: 56181 $219 For: 8 hours Section A: Apr 3-12 TTh 6:00pm-9:00pm Section A: Feb 21-23 TTh 5:30pm-9:30pmComputer Graphics Zac Van Note Zac Van Note InDesign: Advanced Digital Prepress Increase your InDesign efficiency, and learn profes- Learn to prepare digital files for commercial printing sional page layout tricks. Create long documents in this introduction to electronic prepress technology. quickly using multiple Master Pages, sectioning, table Discover the fundamental terms and technology of contents and index creation tools, and multi-file involved, including pagination, spot and process color, books. Data merge, libraries, Bezier drawing tools, trapping, registration, color separations, halftones and tables, advanced typography techniques, an in-depth printing technologies. Master the basics of preparing use of color, and prepress features are also covered. quality files in InDesign, QuarkXPress, Photoshop, Prerequisite: 56122. Illustrator, and Acrobat. Prerequisites: 56121 and Course: 56123 $279 For: 12 hours 56311. Suggested: 56181, 56211. Section A: May 1-10 TTh 6:00pm-9:00pm Course: 56185 $279 For: 12 hours Zac Van Note Section A: Mar 12-16 MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm Adele Gangai InDesign: Beginning—Fast Track Are you switching to InDesign? Do you have experi- Illustrator: Beginning ence with PageMaker, Publisher, or QuarkXPress? Do Use Adobe Illustrator to create PostScript art in both you need to get up and running quickly? Get a fast- color and black and white. Learn the basic tools and paced introduction to all the basic InDesign tools and techniques, including geometric and freeform drawing techniques. We cover character formatting, working tools, transformation tools and path editing, paint and with blocks of text, creating and working with simple type tools, and exporting art for output. Special graphics, as well as importing text and graphics from emphasis is given to the ways Illustrator facilitates other applications. Prerequisite: Working knowledge drawing. Students work on illustration projects in of any page layout software. class. Prerequisite: 56101. Suggested: 55201. Course: 56126 $219 For: 8 hours Course: 56211 $279 For: 12 hours Section A: Mar 9 F 8:00am-5:00pm Section A: Feb 20-29 MW 6:00pm-9:00pm Cristina Olds Sean Lemons UNM employees, you may use your Tuition Fast Track classes present topics at a faster pace Remission benefit for all Business & Technology cours- and are designed for those with some experience es. For complete Tuition Remission policy information, with the subject matter. please contact the benefits office at 505-277-MyHR. 78 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Illustrator: Intermediate Photoshop for the WebDelve deeper into the creative power and the produc- Prepare images for the Web using Photoshop.tive rewards of computer illustration. Topics include Optimize GIF, JPEG and PNG files for quality andcreating and using gradients, advanced type use, an in- quick downloads. Create animated GIFs, rolloverdepth look at Illustrator’s color controls, and plug-in images and web icons. Learn best-practice methods tofilters. Several illustrations and single-page displays are create images slices and integrate images into yourpresented for use in class. Prerequisite: 56211. Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). Create an image galleryCourse: 56212 $279 For: 12 hours and convert a Photoshop mock-up into a workingSection A: Mar 19-28 MW 6:00pm-9:00pm HTML interface. Prerequisite: 56311/31.Sean Lemons Course: 56326 $219 For: 8 hours Section A: Apr 17-24 TTh 6:00pm-8:45pmPhotoshop: Beginning Note: Last class session ends at 8:30pm.With Adobe Photoshop you can do everything from Zac Van Note Business & Technologyretouching photos to creating original illustrations andcollages. Apply lighting and color corrections and cor- Photoshop Elements: Beginningrect lens distortions to enhance your photos. Learn Use Photoshop Elements (an inexpensive version ofabout the importance of camera RAW files and how to Photoshop) to color-correct, crop, and fine-tune yourprocess them. Use the retouching tools, painting tech- photographs. Add text and other enhancements toniques and basic filters to improve or alter your pho- your photos, and explore several methods of sharingtos. Additional topics include file formats, working them, including via email and printing. Understandwith type, using Adobe Bridge, and an introduction to the differences between JPEG, TIFF, and camerabasic selections and layers. Prerequisite: 56101. RAW formats, and discuss the basics of color manage-Course: 56311 $279 For: 12 hours ment. Prerequisite: 51101/11 or 54101/11 orSection A: Feb 9-16 TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm equivalent experience. Suggested: 56101.Anita Quintana Course: 56331 $279 For: 12 hours Computer GraphicsSection B: Feb 28-Mar 8 TTh 6:00pm-9:00pm Section A: Feb 27-Mar 7 MW 6:00pm-9:00pmZac Van Note Note: This class is Windows only. Mary ElkinsPhotoshop: IntermediateLearn advanced selection methods to selectively adjust Photoshop Elements: Intermediateimages. Work with a variety of layer techniques to Harness the power of layers and selection tools to fur-combine, enhance and transform your images. ther enhance your photos. Look into PhotoshopOrganize and cross-index your image collection with Elements’ powerful panorama stitching capabilities,Bridge. Learn about color modes, photo touchup and explore methods of restoring old photos, and experi-restoration techniques. Further explore the power of ment with filters and blending modes to make yourAdobe Camera Raw, and dip into Photoshop’s photos look even more artistic. Prerequisite:automation capabilities. Prerequisite: 56311/31 56311/31.Course: 56312 $279 For: 12 hours Course: 56332 $279 For: 12 hoursSection A: Mar 13-20 TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm Section A: Apr 9-18 MW 6:00pm-9:00pmAnita Quintana Note: This class is Windows only. Mary ElkinsPhotoshop: AdvancedNavigate Photoshop like the pros! Discover advancedtechniques for enhancing photographs and composit-ing images, advanced use of layers (layer masks, layercomps, smart objects, smart filters), advanced selec-tions and special effects with channels, automating andbatch processing. The course includes exercises inenhancing a variety of images and creating complex “ She is an excellent teacher, especially for computer beginners like me. She wascollage-based art. Prerequisite: 56312. encouraging and made the subject matterCourse: 56313Section A: Apr 24-May 1 $279 For: 12 hours TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm interesting and comprehensible. Kudos! ”Anita Quintana —Computer Graphics StudentRegistration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 79
    • Web Graphics with Fireworks Animation & Video Production Create efficient, attractive Web graphics and anima- tions. Learn how to optimize GIFs and JPEGs for fast UNM Employees, you may use your tuition download without losing image quality, use Web col- remission benefit for the courses listed in this ors effectively, create graphics and Web page layouts subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/ within Macromedia Fireworks’ unique vector/raster tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed forms environment, and use the animation tools to create to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077 animated GIFs and simple Flash animations. We also see our staff listing on page 4. explore Fireworks’ HTML-generating features, includ- ing image maps, image slicing, and JavaScript Note: Unless otherwise noted, the Animation and Video rollovers. Prerequisite: 56101. Production classes are taught in a dual platform lab Course: 56351 $279 For: 12 hours using both Windows and Macintosh software. Section A: Apr 9-18 MW 9:00am-12:00pm Principles of Motion Graphics Business & Technology Kinglsey Anderson Create the illusion of motion or transformation with Color Management and Calibration photography, video, illustration, and animation. Learn Find out how to get what you see on your monitor to how images and type are choreographed to produce match what comes out of your printer. The key is cali- attractive and dynamic motion graphics. Discuss the bration and consistent color management. Learn the history of motion graphics, and its importance in film, basics, so that you can select and use calibration hard- television, and digital media. Topics include design and ware and color management software to get consistent concept considerations, compositing tools and tech- results for your digital photos, design proofs, and niques, and criteria for output delivery to digital more. Prerequisite: 51101/11 or 54101/11 or media. Prerequisite: 51101/11 or 54101/11 or equivalent experience. equivalent experience. Course: 56391 $99 For: 3 hours Course: 57105 $269 For: 9 hoursAnimation & Video Production Section A: Apr 26 Th 6:00pm-9:00pm Section A: Feb 21-28 TTh 1:00pm-4:00pm Zac Van Note Anita Quintana Flash: Beginning Computer Graphics Online Work with Adobe Flash’s timeline-based animation sys- SkillSoft self-study classes include: tem to create animated presentations for delivery in a 56800N Adobe Acrobat 8.0 $199 wide variety of formats. Topics include using Flash 56808N Acrobat 9: Fundamentals $109 drawing tools, creating animations with keyframes and 56814N InDesign CS4: Fundamentals $109 tweening, linking Flash movies together into websites 56818N Adobe Illustrator CS4 $209 or other presentation formats, and publishing Flash 56837N Adobe Photoshop CS4 $209 movies for delivery on the Web, CD or DVD. Prerequisite: 56101 or 57105. Suggested: 56211, 56838N Adobe Photoshop CS5 $209 57105. 56845N Adobe Fireworks CS4 $109 Course: 57111 $279 For: 12 hours Ed2Go instructor-led classes include: Section A: Mar 1-8 TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm Introduction to InDesign CS4 $119 Anita Quintana Introduction to Illustrator CS4 or CS5 $119 Introduction to CorelDraw X3 $119 Flash: Intermediate Introduction to Photoshop CS4 $119 Take your Flash animation to the next level! Create Photoshop CS4 or CS5 for the custom gradients for 3D effects in artwork, and work Digital Photographer $119 with shape tweening and animation along a path. Add Photoshop CS5 for the Digital Photographer II $119 simple interactivity with ActionScript, Flash’s increas- Photoshop Elements 8 or 9 for the ingly powerful authoring language. Learn to control Digital Photographer $119 large projects with scenes. Add event sounds and soundtracks to presentations, and synchronize anima- Photoshop Elements 9 for the tion and sound. Prerequisite: 57111. Digital Photographer II $119 Course: 57112 $279 For: 12 hours For more information, call Caroline Orcutt at Section A: Mar 22-29 TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm (505) 277-6037 or see our website. Anita Quintana 80 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Flash: Advanced Motion: BeginningAdvance your Flash skills! Work with mask layers and Start with motion graphics fundamentals in Applebitmap graphics and add video to your presentations. Motion and move into compositing, animation, andMake character animation a snap with inverse kinetics the world of 3D. Explore new intelligent templates toand animate in 3D space. Discover how to reuse your quickly and flexibly create high-quality effects, titles,animations with motion presets. Learn to manage large transitions, and generators as well as create rigs tomulti-movie projects using Flash’s Load Movie and adjust related parameters with a single control. Note:shared libraries features. ActionScript topics include This class is equivalent to Motion 101 (57951). Classbasic concepts of object-oriented scripting. In addi- 57951 includes one Apple Certification Exam Sessiontion, we will discuss best practices to repurpose your at a discounted price. Prerequisite: 54101/11 or basicscript for future Flash projects. Prerequisite: 57112. knowledge of Macintosh OS X; must have MacintoshSuggested: 58401 or 58411. experience. Suggested: 57105 or basic knowledge ofCourse: 57113 $329 For: 12 hours editing and motion graphics terminology. Business & TechnologySection A: Apr 10-17 TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm Course: 57431 $479 For: 16 hoursAnita Quintana Section A: May 17-18 ThF 8:00am-5:00pm Note: This class is Macintosh only.Flash Catalyst Anita QuintanaWith Flash Catalyst you can now transform staticPhotoshop, Illustrator and Fireworks artwork into fully Creating a Digital Demo Reelinteractive Flash projects without writing code! This Whether you’re applying to a school, for project fund-class covers planning a Flash Catalyst project, import- ing, or for employment, you will need to showcaseing assets, creating navigation, and publishing projects. your work. Learn about the basics of a convincing reel.Topics include roundtrip editing with Photoshop and We will discuss what to select from your work, how toIllustrator, integrating audio and video, and creating a prepare it, and how to choose the right video formatuser interface. Prerequisite: 56101. for transfer to DVD. Bring your work and we’ll trans- Animation & Video ProductionCourse: 57121 $219 For: 8 hours form it into a compelling Digital Demo Reel, or useSection A: Apr 3-5 TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm samples supplied in class. Prerequisites: 57105 andAnita Quintana basic digital filmmaking or animation experience. Course: 57561 $249 For: 8 hoursFinal Cut Pro: Section A: Mar 30 F 8:00am-5:00pmBeginning-Intermediate Anita QuintanaLearn basic editing functions while becoming familiarwith the Apple Final Cut Pro user interface. Start withbasic video editing techniques and work all the way Animation Onlinethrough Final Cut Pro’s powerful advanced features. SkillSoft self-study classes include:Students work with dramatic real-world media to learnthe practical techniques used daily in editing projects. 57818N Adobe Flash CS4 $299Notes: This class is equivalent to FCP 101 (57911). 57819N Adobe AIR for Flash Developers $109Class 57911 includes one Apple Certification Exam 57820N Adobe Flash CS5 $299Session at a discounted price. Prerequisite: 54101/11 57831N Adobe Captivate 4 $109or basic knowledge of Macintosh OS X; must have Ed2Go instructor-led classes include:Macintosh experience. Suggested: 57105 or basic Intermediate Flash CS4 or CS5 $119knowledge of editing terminology. Making Movies with Windows XP $119Course: 57322 $699 For: 24 hoursSection A: Mar 12-14 MTW 8:00am-5:00pm For more information, call Caroline Orcutt atNote: This class is Macintosh only. (505) 277-6037 or see our website.Brad Stoddard Get Ahead with a Tutorial Elective Digital Arts 6-Pack Discount Package your Digital Arts classes for increased Two-hour one-on-one sessions with the instructor savings. Register for six Digital Arts classes (course of your choice are available in Macintosh and numbers 54000-59999) at the same time and Digital Arts topics if you have attended a 6-hour receive a package discount of $210. Inquire at or longer class in the same topic. Contact Caroline registration at (505) 277-0077. Some restrictions Orcutt at (505) 277-6037 to schedule a day and may apply. time that is convenient for you. $199.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 81
    • Audio & Music Production Music Promotion and Distribution Learn the ins and outs of promoting and distributing UNM Employees, you may use your tuition your independently produced music online. Emphasis remission benefit for the courses listed in this on getting your music into online stores such as subprogram. iTunes, Amazon, etc. Mastering, artwork, radio, movie, tv placements, management, touring, licensing, Note: Unless otherwise noted, the Music Production and copyrights are topics that will also be covered. classes are taught in a dual platform lab using both Prerequisite: None. Windows and Macintosh software. Course: 57691 $199 For: 6 hours Section A: May 15-17 TTh 6:00pm-9:00pm Digital Audio: An Introduction Joey Belville Learn the fundamentals of computer recording. Topics Business & Technology include multitrack recording, podcasting basics, virtual instrument and effect plugins, two-track editing, understanding file formats, computer audio hardware basics, and internet audio. Prerequisite: 51101/11 or Apple Creative Professional for 54101/11 or equivalent experience. Video, Audio & Music Course: 57601 $269 For: 9 hours Section A: Feb 9-16 TTh 6:00pm-9:00pm UNM Employees, you may use your tuition Joey Belville remission benefit for the courses listed in this subprogram. Logic Pro: Beginning-Intermediate Notes: All classes in this section are Macintosh only. Most Master the primary features and basic user interface of Apple Creative Professional courses include an Apple Logic Pro. Learn how to generate a customized audio exam session valid for six months after the course comple-Audio & Music Production/Apple Creative Professional and midi configuration that will seamlessly integrate tion date. All Apple Creative Professional classes require with your own personal production studio. Create a written request 14 days prior to the start date to drop your own song using Logic Pro’s comprehensive array a class or transfer to another section. Exams are non- of software instruments, Apple Loops and DSP effects. refundable. In-depth lessons cover MIDI and audio recording, streamlined editing and arrangement techniques, user FCP 101: Introduction to Final Cut Pro X defined key commands, automation, scoring to picture Final Cut Pro is a revolutionary video editing applica- and surround mixing. Note: This class is equivalent to tion that makes it possible for beginners and seasoned 57981 class. 57981 includes an Apple Certification professionals to achieve stunning results. This three- Exam Session at a discounted price. Prerequisite: day, hands-on course teaches students to perform basic 54101/11 or basic knowledge of Macintosh OS X; editing functions while becoming familiar with the must have Macintosh experience. Suggested: 57601 user interface. Start with basic video editing techniques or basic knowledge of audio terminology. and work all the way through Final Cut Pro’s powerful Course: 57611 $699 For: 24 hours advanced features. Students work with dramatic real- Section A: Mar 6-29 TTh 6:00pm-9:00pm world media to learn the practical techniques used Note: This class is Macintosh only. daily in editing projects. Notes: This is an AATC Joey Belville course. One Apple Certification Exam Session is included, valid for six months upon completion of the Reason: Software with a Beat class. This class has a 14-day advance notice cancella- Create a virtual music studio with Propellerhead tion policy. Prerequisite: 54101/11 or basic knowl- Reason. Put together a collection of virtual instru- edge of Macintosh OS X; must have Macintosh experi- ments to be played live or used with other sequencing ence. Suggested: 57105 or basic knowledge of editing software such as Logic Pro or GarageBand. Find out terminology. how to load and edit patches, samples, and drumloops Course: 57911 $799 For: 24 hours to create your musical masterpiece. You will also learn Section A: Mar 12-14 MTW 8:00am-5:00pm basic sequencing, mixing, and automation techniques. Brad Stoddard Reason is the perfect solution for music bed, sound- track, hip hop, rhythm and blues, rock, and electronic music creation. Come prepared to rock! Prerequisite: UNM Continuing Education is the only Apple 57601. Authorized Training Center in New Mexico. Call Course: 57641 $329 For: 12 hours Caroline Orcutt at (505) 277-6037 for information Section A: Apr 17-26 TTh 6:00pm-9:00pm on video editing or music production. Joey Belville 82 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • FCP 300: Final Cut Pro X Macintosh OS X; must have Macintosh experience.Advanced Editing Suggested: 57601 or basic knowledge of audioFinal Cut Pro is a revolutionary video editing applica- terminology.tion that makes it possible for beginners and seasoned Course: 57981 $799 For: 24 hoursprofessionals to achieve stunning results. This three- Section A: Mar 6-29 TTh 6:00pm-9:00pmday, hands-on course teaches hard-to-find advanced Joey Belvilleediting and finishing techniques. Learn how to createfantastic effects using filters creatively, color correct Logic 301: Advanced Music Production inlike a pro, and create complex audio mixes. This Logic Procourse also covers advanced workflows for managing This three-day course teaches invaluable real-worldmedia, including using Compressor. Notes: This is an techniques for music production and editing, mixing,AATC course. One Apple Certification Exam Session notation, and scoring to picture with Logic.is included, valid for six months upon completion of Throughout the class, you will learn numerous profes- Business & Technologythe class. This class has a 14-day advance notice can- sional secrets for streamlining production workflowscellation policy. Prerequisite: 57911 (FCP 101) or and constructing a mix to meet the most exactingequivalent experience. standards. Experienced Logic users and newcomersCourse: 57913 $799 For: 24 hours alike will find invaluable methods for manipulatingSection A: Apr 9-11 MTW 8:00am-5:00pm tempo and pitch, fine-tuning audio and MIDI tracks,Brad Stoddard processing MIDI data, managing signal flow, assigning physical controllers, and getting the most out ofMotion 101: Introduction to Motion 5 Logic’s revolutionary software instruments. Notes:Create brilliant titles, transitions, effects, and more This is an AATC course. One Apple Certificationwith Motion, the motion graphics companion to Final Exam Session is included, valid for six months uponCut Pro. This three-day, hands-on course starts with completion of the class. This class has a 14-daymotion graphics fundamentals and moves into com- advance notice cancellation policy. Prerequisite: Apple Creative Professionalpositing, animation, and the world of 3D. Explore 57981 (Logic 101/2) or basic knowledge of Logicnew intelligent templates to quickly and flexibly create Pro. Suggested: Level One Logic Pro End User certi-high-quality effects, titles, transitions, and generators fication.as well as create rigs to adjust related parameters with a Course: 57983 $799 For: 24 hourssingle control. Notes: This is an AATC course. One Section A: Apr 30-May 2 MTW 8:00am-5:00pmApple Certification Exam Session is included, valid for Joey Belvillesix months upon completion of the class. This class hasa 14-day cancellation policy. Prerequisite: 54101/11 Apple Certification Exam Sessionor basic knowledge of Macintosh OS X; must have Register to take your Apple IT or Pro Apps exam atMacintosh experience. Suggested: 57105 or basic our AATC facility. Notes: Exams are non-refundable.knowledge of editing and motion graphics terminolo- Prices are subject to change and may vary by exam.gy. Transfers are permitted within the same semester only.Course: 57951 $579 For: 16 hours Call 505-277-6037 to inquire about exam prep, retakeSection A: May 17-18 ThF 8:00am-5:00pm discounts and exam sessions included with the AppleAnita Quintana Creative Professional classes. Prerequisite: Varies by exam. Retakes: $100. Documentation of previousLogic 101/102: An Introduction to exam taken at our facility required for all retakes.Logic Express 9 and Logic Pro 9 Course: 57990V $150 For: 2 hoursThis three-day hands-on course introduces students to Section A: Feb 17 F 10:00am-12:00pmthe primary features and basic user interface of Logic Joey BelvillePro. Students learn how to generate a customized Section B: Mar 16 F 10:00am-12:00pmaudio and midi configuration that will seamlessly inte- Brad Stoddardgrate with their own personal production studio. Section C: Apr 13 F 10:00am-12:00pmStudents also create their own song using Logic Pro’s Joey Belvillecomprehensive array of software instruments, Apple Section D: May 4 F 10:00am-12:00pmLoops and DSP effects. In-depth lessons will cover Brad StoddardMIDI and audio recording, streamlined editing andarrangement techniques, user defined key commands,automation, scoring to picture and surround mixing. Exam PrepNotes: This is an AATC course. Exam session is For information on Apple exam preparation, contactincluded, valid for six months upon completion of the the AATC program supervisor at (505) 277-6037.class. This class has a 14-day cancellation policy.Prerequisite: 54101/11 or basic knowledge ofRegistration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 83
    • Web Design & Development HTML 5: An Introduction HTML 5 is the newest major revision to HTML. UNM Employees, you may use your tuition Learn how HTML 5 improves development and add functionality by making precise rules on how to handle remission benefit for the courses listed in this all HTML elements. Use CSS3 and jQuery to add to subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/ the interactivity, along with some of the new features tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed forms in HTML 5 including functions for embedding audio, to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077 video, graphics, and client-side data storage. HTML 5 see our staff listing on page 4. also contains new elements like Canvas, used to display Note: Unless otherwise noted, the Web Design and and manipulate graphics. Prerequisite: 58111. Development classes are taught in a dual platform lab Course: 58115 $279 For: 12 hours using both Windows and Macintosh computers. Section A: May 7-16 MW 6:00pm-9:00pm Sean LemonsBusiness & Technology Creating and Maintaining a Website: An Introduction CSS: Cascading Style Sheets Get an overview of the tools and techniques involved Developed to work hand-in-hand with both HTML in creating and updating websites. Discuss the practical and XHTML, Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) has played matters of file organization, site navigation and con- a significant role in bringing the power of desktop tent update strategies. Students get hands-on experi- publishing to web page design. Learn to use CSS to ence with Dreamweaver, Expression Web, and HTML change the colors, fonts, paragraph-indents, and even text editors. The process of uploading files is also cov- the layout of a web page—or an entire website, for ered. Prerequisites: 51101/11 or 54101/11 or that matter—with just a few keystrokes. Explore differ- equivalent experience, and Internet experience. ent ways to make your pages look good, discover how Course: 58101 $279 For: 12 hours using CSS can improve functionality, and how it works Section A: Feb 6-10 MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm in HTML-editors such as Dreamweaver. Prerequisite:Web Design & Development Virginia DeBolt 58111. Suggested: 58121. Section B: Mar 5-14 MW 6:00pm-9:00pm Course: 58117 $219 For: 8 hours Jeff Brody Section A: Apr 16-18 MW 5:30pm-9:30pm Sean Lemons Create a Simple Website Using free web design tools, create a website about Dreamweaver: Beginning your family, your hobbies, or anything that interests This powerful web-authoring program puts both visual you. Learn strategies for planning your hobby site, cre- design and sophisticated HTML tools at your finger- ating and linking individual web pages, and adding tips. Topics include setting up the Dreamweaver envi- images for visual appeal. At the end of class sign up for ronment, using type and graphics, adding links, and free web space and upload a live website! using tables. The basics of applying Cascading Style Prerequisites: Working knowledge of Windows and Sheets (CSS) to HTML elements and uploading web- the Internet. sites are also featured. Prerequisites: 51101/11 or Course: 58105 $99 For: 6 hours 54101/11 or equivalent experience, and Internet Section A: Mar 3 Sa 8:00am-5:00pm experience. Suggested: 58111. Jeremy Jaramillo Course: 58121 $279 For: 12 hours Section A: Feb 27-Mar 2 MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm (X)HTML: Beginning Virginia DeBolt Enhance your ability to control the looks and func- Section B: Mar 20-29 TTh 6:00pm-9:00pm tionality of your Web pages by learning HTML and Kinglsey Anderson XHTML, the closely related languages that programs such as Dreamweaver and Expression Web use behind the scenes. 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 Get Ahead with a Tutorial Elective the similarities and differences between HTML and XHTML, and practice using FTP to upload your pages Two-hour one-on-one sessions with the instructor to a live Web server. Prerequisites: 51101/11 or of your choice are available in Macintosh and 54101/11 or equivalent experience, and Internet Digital Arts topics if you have attended a six-hour experience. or longer class in the same topic. Contact Caroline Course: 58111 $279 For: 12 hours Orcutt at (505) 277-6037 to schedule a day and Section A: Feb 6-15 MW 6:00pm-9:00pm time that is convenient for you. $199. Section B: Feb 20-24 MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm Glenn Norman 84 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Dreamweaver: Intermediate Principles of Accessible Web DesignTake your web-authoring skills to the next level. Learn As many as 20% of World Wide Web users experienceto create custom styles in CSS and apply them to text, some form of disability. This means that they mightlinks, tables and DIVs. Automate page development not be able to use your site to its best potential. Learnand maintenance with templates, library items and to construct attractive, standards-based websites thatsnippets and add interactivity with HTML forms. are usable by people of all ability levels, with and with-Ensure efficient site management with browser testing, out assistive technologies such as screen readers andvalidation, site assets and file check-in/check-out. In video captioning software. We’ll discuss designing foraddition, begin to integrate Flash content into your four major obstacles to usability (visual, audio, mobili-site. Prerequisites: 58111, 58121. ty, and cognitive), and learn how to build websitesCourse: 58122 $279 For: 12 hours according to Federal and international standards forSection A: Apr 16-20 MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm accessibility, validating our designs using industry-stan-Virginia DeBolt dard tools. Also included is a discussion of assistive Business & Technology technologies such as screen readers and video-caption-Dreamweaver: Advanced ing software. Prerequisite: 58101 or 58111.Take full advantage of Dreamweaver for advanced web Course: 58201 $199 For: 6 hoursauthoring. Create cutting edge multi-column page lay- Section A: Mar 26-28 MW 1:00pm-4:00pmouts with advanced CSS positioning techniques. Add Virginia DeBoltsophisticated interactivity, including CSS rollovers,AJAX/JavaScript image galleries and form validation Green Web Design with Online Formsand explore the use of frames and iframes. Customize Are you still distributing and collecting paper forms?and extend Dreamweaver functionality with exten- Go green and let your website do the work! Usingsions. Finally, add video, sound and other media ele- web-based forms can have a significant effect on thements to web pages. Prerequisite: 58122. Suggested: environment by reducing our dependency on paper.58401 or 58411. Added benefits include field validation to avoid incom- Web Design & DevelopmentCourse: 58123 $329 For: 12 hours plete or incorrectly formatted submissions. Learn howSection A: May 14-18 MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm to build online forms and track submissions by emailVirginia DeBolt and/or database. Build multi-stage forms into one complete database-driven web application. Even learnUsing Dreamweaver and Flash Together to build user registration systems to save user data forUse Dreamweaver and Flash together to integrate later submission/updating. You’ll be glad you madeFlash content into your website without sacrificing the switch! Prerequisites: 58111, 58121. Suggested:efficiency. Topics include Dreamweaver/Flash integra- 58401.tion features, managing Flash content in a Course: 58207 $329 For: 12 hoursDreamweaver site, creating easily updatable Flash Section A: Apr 17-26 TTh 9:00am-12:00pmpages, banners, and navigation bars, as well as using Kinglsey Andersonthe Flash objects built into Dreamweaver.Prerequisites: 57111, 58121. WordPress: BeginningCourse: 58128 $99 For: 3 hours WordPress is a free, open source publishing systemSection A: Apr 21 Sa 1:00pm-4:00pm that allows users without technical expertise in designSean Lemons 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. Prerequisites: 58101, 58111, and 58117 or 58121. Suggested: 55125. Course: 58231 $279 For: 12 hours Our classes are self-placement. The prerequisites Section A: Apr 23-May 2 MW 6:00pm-9:00pm listed are to help you find the right class. If you have Jeremy Jaramillo equivalent experience, you may waive the prerequi- site. If you need additional assistance, see the Course Skills Assessments on page 92 or contact the program supervisor for advisement.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 85
    • JavaScript: Beginning Ruby on Rails: Beginning Build dynamic and interactive web pages using Acquire basic knowledge of Ruby on Rails, the pre- JavaScript. Develop a familiarity with fundamental miere open source framework used for web program- scripting concepts such as objects, properties, and ming. Rails is optimized for sustainable productivity methods. Learn how to create image rollovers and while lowering the barrier of entry into programming. pop-up windows, and use the Document Object Learn the full RoR stack, understand REST and Model (DOM) for basic form validation. Prerequisite: resources, test your code before you write it, build a 58111. Suggested: 58112 or 58401. basic Rails application and automatize deployment. Course: 58411 $329 For: 12 hours Experience the Rails way of building web applications Section A: Apr 2-11 MW 6:00pm-9:00pm and discover a framework for programmer happiness. Jeff Brody Prerequisites: 58111, 58411 and 65011. Course: 59441 $329 For: 12 hours Web Programming with PHP and MySQL Section A: Apr 23-27 MWF 1:00pm-5:00pmBusiness & Technology Receive an introduction to the open-source web pro- Andres Paglayan gramming language, PHP, and discover why so many web developers prefer to use it with MySQL (an open- source database technology) for their data-driven Web Design Online applications. Learn the basics of the PHP language and SkillSoft self-study classes include: how to use PHP to generate your HTML. Get acquainted with the MySQL database, and learn to use 58802N Designing and Hosting a Website $199 PHP and MySQL together. Develop real world web- 58832N Adobe Dreamweaver CS4 $299 based applications in class. Prerequisites: 58111, 58833N Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 $299 58121. 58863N JavaScript Fundamentals $299 Course: 59411 $329 For: 12 hours 58868N DHTML Basics $199 Section A: Mar 20-29 TTh 9:00am-12:00pm 58870N XML Essentials $169Web Design & Development Kinglsey Anderson 58872N Advanced XML $299 Ed2Go instructor-led classes include: Web Programming with PHP Creating Web Pages $119 and MySQL: Intermediate Creating Web Pages II $119 Take your PHP coding skills to a whole new level! Designing Effective Websites $119 Explore session variables, file uploads, HTTP headers, Achieving Top Search Engine Positions $119 user registration systems, advanced SQL and MySQL Introduction to CSS and XHTML $119 methods and more. Combining all of these skills Intermediate CSS and XHTML $119 together, build real-world web applications to position yourself as an expert coder. Prerequisite: 59411. Introduction to Dreamweaver CS4 or CS5 $119 Intermediate Dreamweaver CS4 $119 Course: 59412 $329 For: 12 hours Introduction to PHP and MySQL $119 Section A: May 9-16 WF 8:00am-12:00pm Introduction to ASP.NET $119 Kinglsey Anderson For more information, call Caroline Orcutt at (505) 277-6037 or see our website. 86 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • IT Professions Server Administration Concepts (Server +) Designed for those responsible for hardware function- ality of microcomputers within the Windows, Linux,CompTIA Certifications for and Novell environments, the exercises in this course include installation, support, troubleshooting, and sec-Systems Engineering ond level support. Simulations are used to illustrate environments, with interactive exercises. Gain of the UNM Employees, you may use your tuition skills and knowledge base necessary to take the Server+ remission benefit for the courses listed in this certification exam. Includes Server + test voucher. subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/ Course: 63201 $699 For: 24 hours tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed forms Section A: Apr 12-May 3 TTh 6:00pm-9:30pm to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077 Chris Bandy see our staff listing on page 4. Business & Technology Network Support (Network+)Essentials of Hardware and Operating Systems Learn how to configure network adapters, protocols,This CompTIA A+ Essentials course, 220-701 is and services to allow communication between comput-required for everyone seeking A+ certification. ers. This course covers the OSI model, networkSuccessful completion of the course validates knowl- topologies, Ethernet, the TCP/IP protocol suite, sub-edge of basic computer hardware and operating sys- netting, and WAN technologies. Learn to use thesetems, including how to install, build, upgrade, repair, technologies to effectively administer a network, shareconfigure, troubleshoot, optimize, diagnose and per- resources, troubleshoot, and solve connectivity prob-form preventive maintenance. Customer service and lems. Note: Exam voucher is included, valid for 6security skills are also covered. Course materials months upon completion of the class. Prerequisites:include test review materials, practice test software. 63131 and 63134 or A+ certification or experience.Note: Exam Voucher is included when you complete Course: 63312 $849 For: 28 hours CompTIA Certifications for Systems Engineering63131 and 63134, valid for 6 months upon comple- Section A: Mar 5-19 MWF 8:00am-12:00pmtion of both classes. Prerequisites: Knowledge of Glenn Normancomputers and operating systems.Course: 63131 $749 For: 28 hours Security+, Section FHASection A: Jan 23-Feb 6 MWF 8:00am-12:00pm Learn general computer security concepts, and gain anGlenn Norman understanding of the various forms of security threats.Section B: Feb 7-Mar 1 TTh 6:00pm-9:30pm Topics include wireless technology and security, andRalph Keeton the basic network concepts of firewalls, routers, switches, and hubs. Review NAT, VLANs, and RAS.Hardware Repair and Troubleshooting Review algorithms, concepts of using cryptography,CompTIA A+ 220-702 is the second and final A+ PKI, standards, protocols, and Keycourse for those who want more emphasis on comput- Management/Certificate Lifecycle. Includes Security +er repair and troubleshooting and less emphasis on in- voucher. Suggested: 63312 or one year of networkperson customer interaction. Work related scenarios experience.such as bench work are emphasized. Note: Exam Course: 63511 $859 For: 28 hoursvoucher is included when you complete 63131 and Section A: Mar 21-Apr 4 MWF 8:00am-12:00pm63134, valid for 6 months upon completion of beth Glenn Normanclasses. Prerequisite: 63131.Course: 63134 $649 For: 24 hoursSection A: Feb 13-24 MWF 8:00am-12:00pmGlenn NormanSection B: Mar 20-Apr 10 TTh 6:00pm-9:30pmRalph Keeton Custom IT courses and IT consultation If your business has a need for customized training specifically for a group of employees in desktop sup- port, programming, systems engineering, GIS or other IT course topic, our Custom Training Program can provide these courses at your site or at ours. We also provide expert IT consultation for businesses. Contact the UNM Continuing Education Custom Training Program at (505) 277-6034 or email customtraining@dce.unm.edu for more information.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 87
    • Strata Green core principles of ITIL practices for Service IT Certification Management. Candidates can expect to gain knowl- Develop the knowledge and skills youll need to devel- edge and understanding in service management, serv- op and deliver environmentally sound techniques with- ice lifecycle, generic concepts, technology and architec- in your organizations infrastructure. Build on your ture in addition to other course components. The existing A+ and Server+ credentials and gain special- course will conclude with a certification examination ized knowledge of current IT methodologies. Your held on day three of the class. knowledge of cost-cutting power management and IT Course: 67955 $1699 For: 24 hours virtualization techniques will assist your organization Section A: Feb 7-9 TWTh 8:00am-5:00pm in developing, implementing and calculating ROI for Section B: Apr 17-19 TWTh 8:00am-5:00pm green IT initiatives. Youll gain understanding of envi- James Bolton ronmentally-sound waste disposal and an awareness of internationally-mandated standards and regulations. ITIL Online Business & Technology Visit http://certification.comptia.org/getCertified/ 67962N ITILv3 Intermediate: certificates/Green_IT.aspx for additional certification Operational Support and Analysis $1139 information. Recommended experience: CompTIA A+, 67965N ITILv3 Foundation Syllabus v4.2 $449 CompTIA Server+, and 18 months work experience. 67966N Moving from Technical Professional Course: 66101 $699 For: 21 hours to Management $689 Section A: May 8-24 TTh 6:00pm-9:30pm 67967N Managing Technical Professionals $499 Ralph Keeton 67972N Writing Skills for Technical Professionals $119 Database Engineering UNM Employees, you may use your tuition AutoCAD remission benefit for the courses listed in thisDatabase Engineering/IT: Infrastructure Library/AutoCAD subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/ UNM Employees, you may use your tuition tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed forms remission benefit for the courses listed in this to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077 subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/ see our staff listing on page 4. tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed forms to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077 Access: Relational Database see our staff listing on page 4. Design Fundamentals Learn the essential principles to build a relational data- Register and complete any of our AutoCAD classes base from scratch. Practice identifying database tasks, and receive access to the AutoCAD student version identifying data needed to support tasks, and mapping for three years. The student version contains the the data to tables. Apply rules of table design, result- same AutoCAD software as the $4000 version, but ing in efficient tables that take full advantage of rela- is to be used for student practice and projects only. tional capabilities. Identify key fields and relationships, Access information is given the first day of class. and learn to solve complex “many to many” database relationships. Prerequisite: 52310 or 53601. Course: 65011 $399 For: 12 hours AutoCAD/AutoCAD Lite: Beginning Section A: Feb 21-28 TTh 8:00am-12:00pm Learn the fundamentals of Computer-Assisted Drafting Diane C. Follstaedt (CAD) 3D and 2D rendering. This course compares and contrasts CAD and manual drafting methods, and stresses the fundamentals of drawing organization and IT: Infrastructure Library layer management. Explore the effective use of blocks, fonts, and automatic dimensioning features. Students UNM Employees, you may use your tuition perform numerous exercises in class to reinforce the remission benefit for the courses listed in this use of drawing and editing commands. Prerequisite: subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/ Basic Windows or equivalent experience. tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed forms Course: 69111 $699 For: 21 hours to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077 Section A: Mar 12-Apr 4 MW 6:00pm-9:00pm see our staff listing on page 4. Gathen Garcia ITIL® v3 Foundation Certification Course The purpose of the ITIL® V3 Foundation certificate in IT Service Management is to certify that the candidate has gained knowledge of the ITIL terminology, struc- ture and basic concepts and has comprehended the 88 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • AutoCAD/AutoCAD Lite: Intermediate ArcGIS Desktop: Tools and FunctionalityLearn the effective use of blocks and attributes, and ArcGIS Desktop software is an integrated system thathow to establish standards that promote conformance includes all the tools needed to get the most out ofwhile allowing users to complete tasks. Numerous in- GIS. Learn the range of functionality available in theclass exercises reinforce the use of drawing and editing software and the essential tools for visualizing, creat-commands. Prerequisite: 69111. ing, managing and analyzing geographic data. ThisCourse: 69112 $699 For: 24 hours hands-on course emphasizes practice with ArcMap andSection A: Apr 23-May 16 MW 6:00pm-9:00pm ArcCatalog to perform common GIS tasks and work-Gathen Garcia flows. The tools for creating and managing geographic data, displaying data on maps in different ways, and combining and analyzing data to discover patterns areGeographic Information highlighted. Learn how ArcGIS Desktop provides aSystems (GIS) complete GIS software solution. Prerequisite: 69305. Business & Technology Course: 69311 $1099 For: 24 hours UNM Employees, you may use your tuition Section A: Apr 9-14 MWSa 9:00am-6:00pm remission benefit for the courses listed in this Tim O’Brien subprogram. Find the forms at dce.unm.edu/ tuition-remission.htm. Fax your completed forms Project Management for GIS Professionals to 505-277-1990. For help, call 505-277-0077 Study the fundamental principles behind planning for a see our staff listing on page 4. successful GIS. Students will learn a step-by-step process that will result in a working GIS planning doc-Basic Cartography ument that can be approved in the most demandingLearn basic principles of map making and map read- bureaucratic environment. Students will first look ating. Explore issues such as scale, declination, elevation, the strategic purpose of a simulated project to insureand location systems. Learn the elements of USGS that the GIS will work toward a some useful and Geographic Information Systems (GIS)maps, as well as digital map elements and systems. important purpose. Needs assessment will covered asCourse: 69304 $469 For: 16 hours will system design, logical data models, and implemen-Section A: Feb 6-15 MW 1:00pm-5:00pm tation planning. Much of the curriculum will be proj- ect-based as students learn to apply the skills acquiredKurt Menke in previous classes. Prerequisites: 69311.Introduction to Geographic Information Systems Course: 69312 $499 For: 16 hoursExplore the world of GIS and how it’s being used to Section A: Apr 16-25 MW 1:00pm-5:00pmsolve real world problems in this introductory course. Tim O’BrienLearn about projections, coordinate systems, geodata-base coverage, and GIS data formats. Discuss the vari- Advanced GISous software and hardware tools currently in use, Learn advanced hands-on techniques used by GIS pro-including Global Positioning Systems (GPS) and fessionals. Topics include building geo databases,efforts to standardize GIS formats. Prerequisite: geocoding, geoprocessing, georectifying imagery, and69304 or equivalent experience. using Model Builder to design workflow. Geo-process-Course: 69305 $499 For: 17 hours ing techniques that will be covered include clip, dis-Section A: Feb 27-Mar 7 MW 5:45pm-9:15pm solve, identify, and buffer. Prerequisite: 69311.Kurt Menke Course: 69313 $499 For: 16 hours Section A: May 7-16 MW 1:00pm-5:00pm Kurt Menke Custom IT courses and IT consultation If your business has a need for customized training specifically for a group of employees in desktop sup- port, programming, systems engineering, GIS or other IT course topic, our Custom Training Program can provide these courses at your site or at ours. We also provide expert IT consultation for businesses. Contact the UNM Continuing Education Custom Training Program at (505) 277-6034 or email customtraining@dce.unm.edu for more information.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 89
    • To place yourself in the right class, refer to the course assessments below. If you can answer 8 out of 10 questions for the appropriate assessment, you probably do not need to take the class. If you cannot answer 8 out of 10 ques- tions, you probably need to take the class. For additional information or questions: Windows: Program Supervisor (505) 277-6033 Macintosh or Computer Graphics: Caroline Orcutt (505) 277-6037Business & Technology Learn to Use a Computer/Mac (51010/54010) 1. Define hardware and memory. 6. Define bytes, kilobytes, megabytes, and gigabytes. 2. What is a microprocessor or CPU? 7. Explain mouse operations such as click, 3. Describe the difference between a hard drive double-click, right-click, click-and-drag. and a CD drive. 8. What is anti-virus software? 4. Describe the difference between operating 9. List three input devices and three output devices. system and application software. 10. List three storage devices and describe how they 5. List some popular word processing, spreadsheet, are different from each other. database, and graphics programs.Course Skills Assessments Operating Systems Basics (51101/11/54101/11) 1. Describe the difference between files and folders. 6. Describe how to change the mouse properties How do you move and copy files between folders? and the desktop display. How do you find a lost file or folder? 7. What is the Taskbar (Windows) or 2. How do you move and resize a window? Dock (Macintosh)? 3. What is a shortcut (Windows) or alias (Macintosh) 8. What is the Start Menu (Windows) or and how do you create one? Apple Menu (Macintosh)? 4. What is the Recycle Bin (Windows) or 9. List the keyboard shortcuts for cut, copy, Trash (Macintosh)? and paste. 5. Describe how to launch a program. 10. Describe how to eject a disk. Computer Graphics: An Introduction (56101) 1. Explain the difference between raster and vector 6. List three graphics file formats and explain graphics. What are the advantages and when you would use each. disadvantages of each? 7. When would you rasterize a graphic and when 2. List two programs that work with raster would you trace a graphic? graphics and two programs that work with 8. Describe what a Bezier curve is and where you vector graphics. List two programs for page would find one. layout and two for web editing. 9. Describe what a pixel is and where you would 3. Define PostScript and describe some of its uses. find one. 4. Define aliasing and anti-aliasing. 10. Define color depth (bit depth). 5. Define resolution and explain how it is measured. Indicate a standard resolution for print and one for web. 90 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
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    • Convenient Contact Information For registration information, class availability, class cancellations or waiting lists, call 505-277-0077. If you need information on course content, call 505-277-0563. Suggestions on any of the Story of New Mexico Program courses are always welcome! Please write to: Joan Cok Joan Cok UNM Continuing Education Program Supervisor MSC07 4030 1 University of New Mexico Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001 Engaging and unique stories of struggle, failure, success and The Story of New Mexico Policies triumph are experienced by the • Automatic membership to the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute with your Travel people of New Mexico. lecture series enrollment, for participants 50 and older. Capture the sense of time, • No discounts apply, including Senior Citizen discounts. place, and character through • There is a $5.00 fee for transferring from one field trip to another, lectures, conversations, film and a $15.00 fee for cancellation of in-state trips. Culture and adventure with The Story • The refund policy for interstate and international trips varies from that of New Mexico. Joan works to of in-state trips, and carries a higher cancellation fee. (See specific trip description for cancellation amount.) share the enchantment of New • If a trip that you select is full, you may place your name on the waiting list. Mexico through her program’s non-stop learning opportunities. • If a trip is cancelled by UNM Continuing Education Story of New Mexico program, a full refund will be provided. Listen to storytellers and writ- • Check the listing for each trip for the registration deadline and minimum ers, explore with adventurers,Story of New Mexico Business Policies enrollment needed for the trip to go as scheduled. scientists, geologists and cultur- • Participants requesting special accommodations for the trips need to al anthropologists to truly expe- contact SONM Program Supervisor two weeks prior to the trip at rience the wonders of New 505-277-0563. Mexico. Joan earned an MA from UNM Tuition Remission — UNM Faculty/Staff/Retirees in Special Education and has For questions regarding the UNM tuition remission benefit, call the benefits office at 505-277-MyHR. been working with The Story of New Mexico at UNM Transportation for New Mexico Tours Continuing Education for For New Mexico tours, meet the bus or van at 1634 University Blvd. NE, east several years. parking lot at least 15 minutes before departure. Phone (505) 277-0563 Fax (505) 277-8975 Email joanrc@unm.edu 92 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-0563
    • Amerindian Cultures and Regional Interchange 500 B.C.-1521 A.D. The Amerindian civilizations of Mexico will be dis-Lecture Series cussed, with an emphasis on their influence on the pueblo-cultures of the Southwest. New Mexico Lecture Series of five sessions — Enroll & Course: 00006 20 For: 1 session save! The series cost of $75 represents a savings of Section B: Feb 1 W 9:30am-11:30am $25 over the cost of the individual lectures. CE North Building Charles Truxillo, PhD, Latin American ExpertLecture Series 00006 Spanish Discovery, Exploration and Conquest,In this series of lectures examine the historical, cultural and Settlement of El Norte 1529-1848and socioeconomic role of Mexico in the American We will explore the four centuries of Spanish orSouthwest (formerly the Mexican Norte) from Pre- Hispanic influence on “El Norte,” from Spanish explo-Columbian times to the present. Topics such as ration, conquest, and colonization to the creation of anAmerindian social evolution, Spanish imperialism, independent Greater Mexico.Anglo-American Manifest Destiny, the Mexican Course: 00006 $20 For: 1 sessionRevolution, and the current border crisis will be pre- Section C: Feb 8 W 9:30am-11:30amsented. Register for the series of five and save $25, or CE North Buildingregister for individual lectures at $20 per lecture. Charles Truxillo, PhD, Latin American ExpertCourse: 00006 $75 For: 5 sessions Manifest Destiny and Americanization 1846-1912 CultureSections A-E: Jan 25-Feb 22 W 9:30am-11:30amNote: Recommended Reading: Social Change in the The Anglo-American Westward Movement and its con-Southwest 1380 to 1880 by Thomas Hall flict with Mexicos Northward Drive will be the focusCE North Building of the lecture.Charles Truxillo, PhD, Latin American Expert Course: 00006 $20 For: 1 session Section D: Feb 15 W 9:30am-11:30amEl Norte or the Southwest CE North BuildingIn this introductory lecture, the long-term relationship Charles Truxillo, PhD, Latin American Expertbetween the Southwest and Mexico will be examined, The Story of New Mexicoexplaining how the region is also known as the The Border in Crisis from the Mexican RevolutionMexican North. to the Present 1910-2012Course: 00006 $20 For: 1 session The contemporary issues of the border, especiallySection A: Jan 25 W 9:30am-11:30am immigration, drug-trafficking, trade, NAFTA and theCE North Building re-Mexicanization of the southwest. A possible futureCharles Truxillo, PhD, Latin American Expert Mexican “El Norte” will be examined in detail. Course: 00006 $20 For: 1 session Section E: Feb 22 W 9:30am-11:30am CE North Building Charles Truxillo, PhD, Latin American ExpertOnline: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-0563 93
    • 00007 Lecture Series II Enhance your knowledge of our fascinating state by enrolling in this lecture series. Examine the history of the Rough Riders, De Anza Motel and the Zuni Pueblo, forests of New Mexico and more! Sign up for the series and save $25. Course: 00007 $75 For: 5 sessions Sections A-E: Feb 29-Mar 28 W 9:30am-11:30am CE South Building Periginating with the Cattle Nomads: Maternal-Child Health in Northern Nigeria Mother-Infant mortality rates in sub-Saharan Africa are among the highest in the world. In 1977 following the Biafran War, Dr. Glew began what would become a 35-year period of teaching biochemistry and nutrition, and researching maternal-child health problems at De Anza Motor Lodge teaching hospitals in Nigeria. Dr. Glew will use photo- and its Zuni Pueblo Connection graphs and slides to illustrate how, through collabora- The Zuni-Albuquerque connection that led to the tion, scientists can work toward improving the health construction of the De Anza Motor Lodge in 1939 is and welfare of the most vulnerable people. The focus the topic of this lecture. We will view a video funded will be specifically on semi-nomadic Fulani pastoralists by the New Mexico Humanities Council, and learn striving to improve the health and welfare of their how Charles Garrett Wallace, a prominent trader at community by providing schools, safe water and secure Zuni Pueblo, sought to establish a presence along housing. Route 66 in Albuquerque. Over five decades, Wallace Travel Course: 00007 $20 For: 1 session embellished the Lodge with artistic details depicting Section A: Feb 29 W 9:30am-11:30am cultural life at Zuni, including remarkable two-wall CE South Building murals, done by Zuni artist Tony Edaakie. The Motor Lodge is owned by the City of Albuquerque, which Robert Glew, PhD hopes to preserve its significant murals and historicCulture The Rough Riders of Northern New Mexico character for public viewing. In July, 1898, Teddy Roosevelt led a ragtag band of Course: 00007 $20 For: 1 session cowboys, Indians, and Harvard swells of the First US Section C: Mar 14 W 9:30am-11:30am Volunteer Cavalry (dubbed Rough Riders by the press) CE South Building up the San Juan Heights at Santiago, Cuba. The battle Elizabeth Chesnut, David Kammer changed the course of American and World history. This is the story of the Rough Riders, the largest con- Kenneth Milton Chapman: tingent of whom came from New Mexico. A Life Dedicated to Indian Arts and ArtistsThe Story of New Mexico Course: 00007 $20 For: 1 session Kenneth Milton Chapman was a self-made archaeolo- Section B: Mar 7 W 1:00pm-3:00pm gist, artist and authority on Pueblo arts and culture. Note: The Rough Riders of Northern New Mexico This lecture will focus on three rich threads of Lecture on March 7 is from 1-3pm. Chapman’s life (1875–1968). Early Anthropology: CE South Building Chapman worked with many early anthropologists, including Edgar Hewett, Alfred Kidder, and Sylvanus Paul Hutton, PhD Morley; Museums: Chapman was a founding member of several New Mexico cultural institutions, including The Museum of New Mexico and Laboratory of Anthropology; and the Preservation of Indian Arts: Influenced by contemporary potters, Chapman cofounded the Indian Arts Fund, started Indian Fair in 1922, and served as the first Indian Arts instructor at the University of New Mexico. Course: 00007 $20 For: 1 session Section D: Mar 21 W 9:30am-11:30am CE South Building Janet Chapman, Author 94 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-0563
    • The Forester’s LogOver the last quarter century, our speaker capturedstories from her work as a forester in the AmericanSouthwest in her monthly column, The Forester’s Log.These tales spin a web of words that explain why forestfires are larger, why trees are being cut from forests,why kids need to spend time outdoors, why cata-strophic burn areas need planting and protection, andwhy people and land share an incredible bond thatshould be nurtured and honored.Course: 00007 $20 For: 1 sessionSection E: Mar 28 W 9:30am-11:30amCE South BuildingMary Stuever, AuthorTrips and Tours Transportation for New Mexico Trips and Tours For New Mexico tours, meet the bus or van at Ojo Caliente 1634 University Blvd. NE, east parking lot at least Travel with us and enjoy what generations of New 15 minutes before departure. Mexicans have sought: the healing natural geothermal waters in the heart of northern New Mexico at OjoThree Kings Day at Pojoaque Pueblo Caliente Hot Springs. An assortment of pools, bothTravel with us to Pojoaque Pueblo where we’ll enjoy indoor and outdoor, with varying temperatures andthe Buffalo Dance. This Dance honors the animal that mineral composition offer a day of splendid relaxation.has sustained pueblo people for generations. This Whether you’re looking for relief from arthritis or Culturedance takes place on Three Kings Day, also known as want to affirm your New Year’s resolution, a soak inThe Epiphany. Three Kings Day (Dia de los Reyes) is a these delightful waters benefits your body, mind andChristian holiday that commemorates the Biblical story spirit by providing calming nourishment. If you like,of the Three Kings, Melchior, Caspar, and Balthazar, relax on the porch of the old lodge or hike the area’swho followed the star of Bethlehem to bring gifts of trails. Fee includes transportation, seven mineral pools,gold, frankincense and myrrh to the Christ Child. steams, and saunas at the facility. Extras may be pur-Course: 00244 $89 For: 1 session chased. Lunch is not included.Section B: Jan 6 F 9:00am-4:00pm Course: 00553 $89 For: 1 session The Story of New MexicoCE North Building Section C: Jan 21 Sa 8:00am-6:00pm CE North Building The Corn Dance at San Ildefonso Pueblo Come to enjoy and tour the pueblo, and see the Feast Day dances. Occupied since the 14th century, San Ildefonso Pueblo is one of the best known of the New Mexico “living” pueblos. The pueblo contains adobe buildings, ceremonial kivas, a central plaza and a 1905 church built on the remains of a 17th-century mission church. San Ildefonso is famous for its matte and pol- ished black-on-black pottery popularized in the early 20th century by Maria and Julian Martinez. Course: 00496 $89 For: 1 session Section C: Jan 23 M 9:00am-4:00pm CE North BuildingOnline: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-0563 95
    • Re-enactment of the Civil War in Socorro Las Ventanitas Hike We will travel to Socorro for the re-enactment of the One of El Malpais National Monument’s best kept battle for the town. We will arrive in the early after- secrets is the Las Ventanitas hike, a scenic, yet lightly noon and tour the re-enactment camp that is set up a traveled, cross country route through soaring sand- few miles away from Socorro. Enjoy talking to reenac- stone towers and delicate arches bordering the massive tors, see camp living, and period artifacts. There will lava flow that gives the monument its name. Half a be time for a meal at the plaza after the battle. Come dozen arches (one a double arch) are hidden in a large with us as we help commemorate the 150-year scale sandstone hoodoo maze that could have been anniversary of the Battle for Socorro. Fee includes designed by Dr. Seuss. Brilliant rose, orange and gold- guide and transportation. en rock colors are accented by subtle, pastel-toned Course: 00717 $89 For: 1 session desert varnish and tall, picturesque, cliff-clinging pon- Section A: Feb 25 Sa 11:30am-7:00pm derosa pines. Prolific Anasazi pottery shards and a pet- CE North Building roglyph panel give mute testimony to the area’s long Dr. Robert Mallin human history. A small Anasazi “outlier pueblo” sits on the mesa top above a 50-foot long natural arch Quebradas Back Country Byway Drive and Hike with views across the contorted black lava fields. Experience the back-roads with us! This combination Highly accessible year-round, the hike is equally enjoy- of scenic driving interspersed with several short hikes is able with some snow cover as with dry conditions. suitable for anyone with a minimum of cross-country This is a moderately strenuous cross country route walking experience. The winding BLM Quebradas suitable for reasonably fit and experienced hikers. Fee Backcountry Byway travels north-south for 30 miles includes transportation and guide. along the steep sidewall of the Rio Grande Rift Valley Course: 00615 $85 For: 1 session opposite Socorro. The dirt route climbs up to the base Section C: Mar 3 Sa 8:00am-6:00pm of the little known Sierra De Las Canas Range and CE North Building then traverses picturesque foot hills, staying high Michael Richie Travel above the river as it passes through two BLM wilder- ness study areas. More than a dozen small box canyons intersect the road. Due to the area’s complex, varied geology, each of the canyons is carved into distinctly different sedimentary layers yielding an incredible vari-Culture ety of colors and rock forms. These narrow stone pas- sages can be followed for miles up or down stream from the road for a truly diverse selection of easygoing short hikes through picturesquely sculpted, upper Chihuahua desert country. Pre-Columbian pictographs left by the Piro Indians and a wide variety of cacti and desert shrubs add to the mix. This combination of sce- nic driving interspersed with several short hikes is suit-The Story of New Mexico able for anyone with a minimum of cross-country walking experience. Fee includes transportation and guide. Course: 00698 $85 For: 1 session Section B: Feb 26 Su 8:00am-6:00pm CE North Building Michael Richie 96 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-0563
    • Mesa Chijuilla Badlands Hike through very colorful badlands west of Cuba, New Mexico. The base of the picturesquely eroded Chijuilla Mesa is littered with house-sized boulders displaying diverse hues, shapes and intricate textures. Large hoodoos dot the mesa sides. Character-laden bonsai ponderosa growing from the boulder mazes and clinging to the cliff tops add a classic high desert touch. Large, scattered 63 million-year-old petrified logs bring a little time travel to the mix. A soaring knife-edged escarpment extending from Mesa Chijuilla’s southern edge presides over it all. Although no trails exist, the terrain is level, and easy access makes this hike suitable for all ability levels. Fee includes transportation and hiking guide. Course: 00657 $89 For: 1 session Section B: Mar 10 Sa 8:00am-6:00pm CE North BuildingVery Large Array Michael RichieThe VLA is the world’s most powerful radio telescope.Cosmic radio waves from our Milky Way were first Geology of Cerrillos and the Galisteo Basinidentified in 1933. After World War II, with new radio This one-day tour will explore the geology of theand radar technology, the science began to take root. Galisteo Basin south of Santa Fe. Rocks exposed in theIt flourished in the 1960’s and 1970’s as astronomers basin tell a long story of landscape evolution, includ-began to detect radio waves from unusual objects such ing ancient seas, uplift of the Sangre de Cristoas pulsars and quasars. Larger and more sensitive tele- Mountains, petrified forests, and younger volcanicscopes were needed to study these aspects of the uni- magmatism. Our route will take us from the historicverse, so the development of the VLA was born. On mining town of Cerrillos to the charming village ofthis tour you will find out how the telescopes are Galisteo, observing many spectacular rock outcrops enmoved, who uses the them, why the VLA is located on route. Weather permitting, a short hike of 1-2 miles is Culturethe Plains of San Agustin, and who owns and operates possible. We will also discuss how the geology of thethe VLA! After our tour, we will travel to Pie Town Galisteo Basin impacts oil, gas, and water in the area.for lunch and pie before heading back to Bring appropriate hiking attire. Fee incudes guide,Albuquerque. Fee includes transportation and lunch. transportation and a box lunch.Course: 00722 $89 For: 1 session Course: 00600 $92 For: 1 sessionSection B: Mar 3 Sa 8:00am-7:00pm Section B: Mar 15 Th 8:00am-6:00pmCE North Building CE North BuildingJudy Stanley Kirt Kempter, PhD The Story of New MexicoGeologic Hike at the Ojito Wilderness AreaThe San Ysidro anticline lies on the eastern edge of theOjito Wilderness Area and is a unique geologic land-scape within an hour’s drive of Santa Fe andAlbuquerque. This moderate level hike of 4.5 mileswill allow you to explore the spectacular San Ysidroanticline. Here, Mesozoic rock layers have been foldedinto a dome structure, the core of which has beenbreached by erosion, exposing a variety of tilted, color-ful rocks. The elevation of gain and loss on the hike isapproximately 600 feet. Participants should bringappropriate hiking attire. Hiking poles are recom-mended. Fee includes guide, a box lunchand transportation. Get Great Photos of Your Trips!Course: 00483 $92 For: 1 session Get the most out of your camera with ourSection A: Mar 4 Su 8:00am-6:00pm Digital Photography classes. Learn how toCE North Building edit your photos with our Photoshop andKirt Kempter, PhD Photoshop Elements classes. Or, share your photos on the Web with Create a Simple Website. See pages 79 and 84. Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-0563 97
    • San Jose Badlands Hike This hike traverses the most colorful of all the San Juan Basin Badlands. Alternating pink, yellow, lavender and beige earth layers are eroded into rich forms and lush textures. Large scale hoodoos grow everywhere and narrow dry washes penetrate sheer–walled box canyons lined with still more avant-garde natural sculptures. Strolling through this hobgoblin maze fashioned from banded pastel layers has a dreamlike feel to it. Located along the Continental Divide, the San Jose Badlands also offer great views east to the forested Jemez Mountains. Although no trails exist, the terrain is level. This strenuous tour is for experi- enced hikers. Fee incudes transportation and hiking guide. Course: 00656 $89 For: 1 session A Visit to the Classroom of a Violin Maker Section C: Mar 17 Sa 8:00am-6:00pm CE North Building There is substantial evidence that the European violin was crafted first in America by the Pueblo peoples and Michael Richie the Hispanic settlers in early 17th century New Georgia’s Geology or Geology Mexico. The Franciscan priests and artisans of Mexico of the Abiquiu Region in all probability taught Native Americans and New We will explore the geologic story behind the land- Mexican colonists how to make violins many decades scape that so fascinated Georgia O’Keeffe. Local geol- before violin making was introduced to New ogist Kirt Kempter will lead participants on an easy, Englanders, perhaps even before the birth of the most Travel one-mile hike through the Abiquiu Formation, which famous makers of 17th century Cremona, Italy. Peter inspired several of Georgia’s paintings. Bizarre and White is an American and European-trained violin- captivating rock formations adorn the white cliffs in maker. In the tradition of many craftsman before him this intimate canyon only a few miles from the town of and through the generosity of UNM, its donors, and Abiquiu. Following our morning hike we explore the the State of New Mexico Legislature, he has created aCulture land between Abiquiu and Ghost Ranch, where studio and classroom in which to pass his knowledge dinosaur-age rocks ring the panoramic Piedra Lumbre on to UNM students. Fee includes instruction, lunch, on the eastern edge of the Colorado Plateau. En route and transportation to and from the classroom. back to Santa Fe, highway stops will be made to Course: 00706 $69 For: 1 session appreciate scenic vistas along the Rio Chama and to Section A: Apr 5 Th 9:00am-2:00pm learn more about how the Abiquiu landscape evolved CE North Building over geologic time. Time permitting, we will visit Peter White, Director of the New Mexico Heritage Poshuoinge, a large Pueblo ruin overlooking the Rio Project at UNMThe Story of New Mexico Chama just a few miles east of Abiquiu. Participants should bring appropriate hiking attire. Fee incudes History in Santa Fe transportation, guide, and a box lunch. Santa Fe’s historian will guide us through many sites Course: 00620 $92 For: 1 session of significance on this tour of Santa Fe. We will visit Section A: Mar 30 F 8:00am-6:00pm the Inn of The Five Graces, La Fonda, the Oldest CE North Building House, and more! We will have lunch at La Fonda. Fee includes transportation and guide. Kirt Kempter, PhD Course: 00721 $89 For: 1 session Section A: Apr 7 Sa 10:00am-6:00pm CE North Building Jose Garcia “ We absolutely love your one-day trips to dif- ferent parts of New Mexico, learning history as we go. There is so much to know. — Story of New Mexico student ” 98 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-0563
    • Old Windmill Dairy Tour and Cheese Class Come learn about cheese making at the Old Windmill Dairy in Estancia. We will meet the animals and under- stand types and styles of cheeses. We will have some hands-on instruction on cheese making; the steps needed for inoculating the milk, curding, hooping and draining the cheese. We will also get to stretch some mozzarella! Fee includes transportation, instruction and a box lunch. Course: 00707 $92 For: 1 session Section A: Apr 21 Sa 8:00am-6:00pm CE North BuildingChaco Culture National Historical Park DH Lawrence RanchChaco Canyon is known for its impressive stone struc- The D. H. Lawrence Ranch was the New Mexicotures, which were aligned nearly perfectly with the sea- home of the English novelist, D. H. Lawrence forsonal skyward paths of the sun and moon. It was a about two years during the 1920s. The 160-acre prop-major center of Puebloan culture between AD 850 to erty, originally named the Kiowa Ranch, is located at1250, when it was a hub of ceremony, trade and 8,600 feet above sea level on Lobo Mountain near Sanadministration for the prehistoric Four Corners area, Cristobal in Taos County, about twenty miles north-unlike anything before or since. The Chacoan sites are west of Taos and approximately a six-mile drive frompart of the homeland of Pueblo peoples of New the marked turnoff on route NM522. It was owned byMexico, the Hopi of Arizona, and the Navajo of the Mabel Dodge Luhan as part of more extensive hold-Southwest. Join this tour to see this amazing archaeo- ings nearby, although it had been occupied by home-logical wonder which attracts tourists from all over the steaders and several structures existed on the propertyworld. Fee includes transportation, tour guide and a dating back to the 1890s. In giving it to Friedabox lunch. Lawrence (after Lawrence himself declined), it becameCourse: 00262 $92 For: 1 session first the summer home of the couple and then Frieda’sSection A: Apr 14 Sa 7:30am-7:30pm home until her death in 1956, at which time sheCE North Building bequeathed it to the University of New Mexico, its CultureAnn Braswell present owner. The Ranch is now placed on theCeja Pelon Badlands Exploratory Hike National Register of Historic Places and the New Mexico State Register of Cultural Properties. We willJourney back 65 million years to the time the San Juan visit the Ranch with Bill Haller, President of Friends ofBasin was covered by thick, tropical jungles dotted DH Lawrence. Fee includes transportation, guide andwith palm tree-fringed swamps. The dinosaurs were a box lunch.long gone, the first large mammals were beginning todominate the ecosystems, but still competed with croc- Course: 00720 $92 For: 1 sessionodiles and giant flightless birds for survival. The Ceja Section Section A: Apr 27 F 8:00am-6:00pm The Story of New MexicoPelon Badlands preserves in stone a small portion of CE North Buildingour planet’s earliest broad-leafed rain forests. One of Bill Hallerthe biggest concentrations of huge, colorful petrifiedlogs in the southwest lies hidden high atop stair-stepmesas. Brilliantly colored, giant quartz trunks and rootballs lie crosswise in primeval log jams. Palm tree baseserode out of sandstone mesa edges. The rippling, fine-ly layered bedrock formed from original sand dunes,shorelines and stream beds is carved into numeroushoodoos and strangely shaped formations. Character-laden high desert trees accent the views far south pasttowering pinnacles to tiny Cabezon Butte on the hori-zon. This exercise in time travel will be guided bywriter, photographer and badlands activist MichaelRichie and is intended for reasonably fit, experiencedcross country hikers. Fee includes hiking guide andtransportation.Course: 00614 $89 For: 1 sessionSection B: Apr 15 Su 8:00am-6:00pmCE North BuildingMichael RichieOnline: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-0563 99
    • El Morro National Monument and the Wolf Sanctuary A reliable waterhole hidden at the base of a massive sandstone bluff made El Morro (the bluff) a popular campsite. Ancestral Puebloans settled on the mesa top over 700 years ago. Spanish and American travelers rested, drank from the pool and carved their signa- tures, dates and messages for hundreds of years. Today, El Morro National Monument protects over 2,000 inscriptions and petroglyphs, as well as Ancestral Puebloan ruins. After this tour, we’ll continue on to The Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary in Ramah, a “retire- ment home” for wolves. Fee includes entrance fees, guided tour, a box lunch and transportation. Course: 00255 $92 For: 1 session Section B: Apr 28 Sa 8:00am-6:00pm CE North Building Carlsbad Caverns and the Mescal Roast Fort Union National Monument Underlying the rugged desert landscape near Carlsbad Fort Union was established in 1851 as the guardian of New Mexico is one of the most important geologic the Santa Fe Trail. During its forty-year history, three resources in the United States. The Guadalupe different forts were constructed close together. The Mountains are the uplifted portion of an ancient reef third Fort Union was the largest in the American that thrived along the edge of an inland sea more than Southwest, and functioned as a military garrison, terri- 250 million years ago during Permian time. The most torial arsenal, and military supply depot for the south- famous of all the geologic features in the park are the Travel west. The largest visible network of Santa Fe Trail ruts caves. Carlsbad Caverns National Park contains more can be seen here. Fee includes entrance fees, trans- than 110 limestone caves, the most famous of which is portation and a box lunch. (We will have a guided Carlsbad Cavern and offers a rare glimpse of the tour at the site.) underground worlds preserved under the desert above. Course: 00719 $92 For: 1 session The Mescal Roast is truly a special event and genuineCulture Section A: May 4 F 8:00am-6:00pm gift shared by the Mescalero Apache people. The CE North Building Mescal Roast provides a better understanding of the Mescalero Apache people and the importance of pro- Chimayo and the Estrella Del Norte Vineyard tecting the Chihuahuan Desert ecosystem upon which About 30 minutes north of Santa Fe, in the foothills the Apache once totally depended. The mescal plant, of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, lies the tiny com- also known as agave, was a staple for the Apache. munity of Chimayo. It was founded near the end of Nearly all parts of the mescal plant could be used, the 17th century by Spanish settlers in a fertile valley including the leaves, flower stalks, blossoms and seeds. nourished by the Santa Cruz River and protected byThe Story of New Mexico Upon arrival on Thursday, we will take a self-guided the surrounding foothills. The settlers became experts tour at the Caverns. Friday, before going to the Mescal in farming, stock raising and wool weaving, and the Roast venue, we will enjoy a guided tour at the descendants are still expert in many of the traditions. Caverns. We will spend some time at the Mescal Roast El Santuario de Chimayo is believed by many to be the venue on Saturday before heading back to site of a miracle which occurred about 200 years ago. Albuquerque. Fee includes transportation, guide, After lunch at El Rancho de Chimayo, we will visit the entrance fees and two nights lodging. village of Chimayo, before traveling to the Estrella Del Course: 00718 $525 For: 3 sessions Norte Vineyard. The vineyard was established in 2007, Section A: May 10-12 ThFSa 7:30am-8:00pm and nestled in the scenic Pojoaque Valley just north of CE North Building Santa Fe. It is accentuated with 200-year-old cotton- woods and a European-style garden and orchard. Cynthia Prelo-Riedlinger Wines are featured from the best Northern New Mexico vineyards, including their own 2009 release. Fee includes transportation and wine tasting. Course: 00561 $89 For: 1 session Section A: May 5 Sa 10:00am-6:00pm CE North Building 100 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-0563
    • and David Hall. Watered by an acequia system dating back to the 1860s, the farm has more that 100 vari- eties of irises, both vintage and new, and all available for purchase. Don’t forget your camera! We’ll lunch outdoors among the irises surrounded by a 100 year- old adobe gallery that features pewter jewelry designed and made by Alice. After lunch we’ll travel down the road to the factory to see how the jewelry is made. Fee includes transportation, tour guide and a box lunch. Course: 00608 $89 For: 1 session Section A: May 19 Sa 7:30am-7:30pm CE North Building Cynthia Prelo-Riedlinger Churches of Santa FeChurches of Northern New Mexico We will visit five churches in Santa Fe: The CathedralChurches have played a major role in New Mexico’s Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi, commenced in theculture and history since the earliest days of its colo- 1860s and blessed in 1886 under then bishop Johnnization. We have the unique opportunity to see four Baptiste Lamy; the impressive church of Cristo Rey,exceptional churches and missions in one trip: San Jose designed by John Gaw Meem, which contains aboutde Gracia de las Trampas is decorated with eight rich 180,000 adobe bricks and is considered one of thealtar screens and lovely santero art ascribed to largest adobe structures in the United States; OurBernardo Miera y Pacheco, Jose Rafael Aragon and Lady of Guadalupe, now known as the Santuario dePedro Antonio Fresques; Nuestra Senora del Rosario Guadalupe, and the second parish in Santa Fe estab-in Truchas, built in 1832; and the historic, renowned lished in July, 1881; San Miguel Mission, located inchurches in Taos and Arroyo Seco. As we journey we the Barrio de Analco and built by Franciscan friarswill hear stories of war and famine, growth and expan- shortly after Santa Fe was settled; and the new church,sion, rebellion and reconciliation. Fee incudes guide, Santa Maria de las Paz in Santa Fe’s south side, dedi-transportation and a box lunch. cated in 1994. The church design honors the ancientCourse: 00368 $92 For: 1 session and historic churches of New Mexico. Fee includes CultureSection B: May 18 F 7:30am-7:00pm transportation, guide and a box lunch.CE North Building Course: 00723 $92 For: 1 sessionMaria Ochoa, Archivist Section A: Jun 2 Sa 8:00am-6:00pm CE North BuildingThe Hondo Valley Iris Farm and Marina Ochoa, Archivistthe Hurd La Rinconada GalleryWe will travel through the heart of Lincoln County onthe nationally designated scenic highway The Billy the The Story of New MexicoKid Trail, which will eventually lead us to one of themost spectacular valleys in southern New Mexico, theHondo Valley. Our first stop will be at the Hurd LaRinconada Gallery, where we’ll view paintings andprints by three generations of artists, N.C. Wyeth,Andrew Wyeth, Peter Hurd, Henriette Wyeth, andMichael Hurd. Once the home of Peter and Henriette,the area is now a gallery, ranch, and retreat. At thejunction of the Rio Bonito and Rio Ruidoso, we’ll visitthe Hondo Iris Farm and meet owners Alice Seeley “ I have super enjoyed the Story of New Mexico. I pass along to my children and grand- children my new awareness of New Mexico and ” what a special place it really is. — Story of New Mexico studentOnline: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-0563 101
    • Osher courses University-level courses for adults 50+ 19104 A Fakin’ It... Illusory Art II W 1:00-4:00pm 2/1-2/15 CE South Building $50 19108 A The Art of Sport M 1:00-3:00pm 4/2-4/23 CE South Building $45 19109 A Baroque Art T 10:00am-12:00pm 2/7-3/13 CE South Building $60 19118 A Athens, 1986 to Present: Myth and Modernity M 1:00-3:00pm 3/5 CE South Building $19 19121 A America’s Art Museums F 3:00-5:00pm 3/23 CE South Building $19 19122 A Sculpting Cathedrals: W 7:00-9:00pm 4/18 CE South Building $19 the Rebirth of the Figure in the High Middle Ages 19141 A Splash Ink and Watercolor F 1:00-4:00pm 3/23-4/27 CE North Building $80 19143 A How to Look at Modern Art - Transforming Vision T 1:00-3:00pm 4/3-4/10 Alegria Del Webb $25 19155 A Computerized Genealogy T 10:00am-12:00pm 2/7-2/28 Alegria Del Webb $45 19163 A The History, Cultural Influences & Politics of Tea M 10:00am-12:00pm 3/5-3/19 New Mexico Tea Company $50 19172 A Gilgamesh, Gypsies, Griots and Gigabytes: Th 2:00-4:00pm 4/12-4/26 CE South Building $35 Storytelling Through the Ages 19180 A American Colonial Cooking T 1:00-3:00pm 5/1-5/22 CE South Building $45 19185 A Celtic Heroes and Heroines MW 2:00-4:00pm 3/5-3/7 CE South Building $25 19188 A For the Love of Chocolate F 1:00-4:00pm 3/9-3/9 Alegria Del Webb $40 Travel 19189 A Generating an Effective Group Dynamic Sa 1:00-3:00pm 4/14-4/21 CE South Building $25 19195 A Why Do We Say That? Love and Marriage F 1:00-3:00pm 4/20-4/27 CE South Building $25 19196 A Why Do We Say That II W 4:00-6:00pm 5/2-5/9 Alegria Del Webb $25 19201 A Great Decisions Th 10:00am-12:00pm 3/1-3/22 Alegria Del Webb $45 Culture 19207 A Foreign Policy and Current Events M 10:00am-12:00pm 2/6-3/26 CE South Building $70 19209 A America in the Global Economy Th 7:00-9:00pm 1/26-2/2 CE South Building $35 19219 A Global Warming Mitigation: F 10:00am-12:00pm 2/10 CE South Building $19 Cap and Trade vs. Carbon Tax 19232 A Why War in the 21st Century? M 7:00-9:00pm 4/9 CE South Building $19 A Multi-disciplinary Inquiry 19289 A Case Studies in Global Environmental Policy: W 1:00-3:00pm 3/7-3/28 CE South Building $45 Realities and Controversies 19296 A Terrorism in Russia: The Fourth Wave W 2:00-4:00pm 1/18 CE South Building $19Osher Lifelong Learning Institute 19313 A Introductory Line Dancing F 6:00-7:30pm 2/3-2/24 CE North Building $45 19321 A Intermediate Line Dancing F 6:00-7:30pm 3/2-3/23 CE North Building $45 19326 A The Brain-Heart Connection M 1:00-3:00pm 4/23 Alegria Del Webb $19 to a Lifetime of Well-Being 19334 A The Knowledgeable Grandparent#3: M 7:00-8:30pm 4/23-4/30 CE South Building $25 Why Early Childhood Matters: A Cross-Generational Perspective 19339 A Brain Fitness M 2:00-4:00pm 3/12-5/7 CE South Building $70 19342 A Beginning Argentine Tango: W 6:00-7:00pm 5/2-5/23 Dance Emporium $45 De-Mystify the Mystic Tango 19344 A Sizzling Cha Cha! W 6:00-7:00pm 3/28-4/25 Dance Emporium $45 19346 A Sound and Sound Healing W 2:00-4:00pm 4/4-4/25 CE South Building $45 19347 A Waltz: Dance the Romance W 6:00-7:00pm 2/29-3/21 Dance Emporium $45 19396 A Live Life Full Throttle for Spiritual, T 7:00-9:00pm 2/7-2/14 CE South Building $25 Emotional and Financial Well-Being 19397 A Communication for Couples Sa 1:00-3:00pm 2/25-3/31 CE South Building $90 19398 A Becoming Your Own Health Advocate: TTh 1:00-3:00pm 3/6-3/8 CE South Building $50 Making the Most of Your Five Minutes 19399 A It’s More Than Shut Eye T 10:00am-12:00pm 1/24-1/31 Alegria Del Webb $25 19418 A Discovering Zebulon Pike’s World of 1806: W 2:00-4:00pm 5/9-5/16 CE South Building $25 Was He a Double Agent? Continued... 102 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-6179
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    • Convenient Contact Enrichment classes are held in Albuquerque. We do offer classes on the Information Westside. For more information, call For registration information, class avail- (505) 277-6320. UNM Continuing ability, class cancellations or Education is a self-sustaining department. waiting lists, call (505) 277-0077. If you All courses have set minimums and deci- need information on course sions on course cancellations are made 2- content, call (505) 277-6320. 3 days prior to the start date of each Suggestions on any of the Growth & class. Please don’t wait until the last Marie McGhee Enrichment Program courses are always minute to register. Senior Program Manager welcome! Tuition Remission Please write to: UNM Staff & Faculty: Yes, your tuition Marie McGhee remission may be applied towards Marie McGhee has been with UNM Continuing Education approved Health and Fitness courses as UNM Continuing Education MSC07 4030 well as Business and Technology training. since 2006, working with 1 University of New Mexico Please refer to the UNM Business Policy Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001 3700 at http://www.unm.edu/ Custom Training and We’re Here To Help ~ubppm/ubppmanual/3700.htm for Professional Development complete Tuition Remission policy infor- Students requiring special accommoda- before serving as the manager mation. It is the employee’s responsibility tions or students who have comments, of the Growth & Enrichment questions or suggestions should contact to monitor their use of Tuition Remission. Program. Strongly believing that the Senior Program Manager, Please Note: IRS Regulations require that Marie McGhee. UNM is in tuition remission benefits used to register a core aspect of any university’s compliance with the Rehabilitation Act of for Health and Fitness courses listed mission is to bridge with the 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities under the Personal Enrichment section of community, Marie loves the Act of 1990. this catalog, be included as taxable opportunity to collaborate with income and subject to withholding. G&E Courses Are For questions regarding the UNM Continuing Education’s stellar Open to Everyone tuition remission benefit, call the roster of instructors to develop Registration is open to all adults (eight- benefits office at 505-277-MyHR. een years and older) regardless of edu- and offer courses of interest cational background. In some cases, and lifelong learning for the classes are open to younger persons; thisGrowth & Enrichment New Mexico community. exception is noted in the particular Marie’s own interests in the course description. In all but a few cours- es, there are no examinations, transcripts, arts, language acquisition, trav- credits or grades, although certificates are el, and photography have led issued upon request. Most Growth & her to take many of the cours- es offered through the Growth Teach a Class With Us & Enrichment Program, which Is there a specialty you’ve developed that no one else can do? Have you spent a has 200 instructors, more than lifetime of study on a favorite topic? Share the rewards of your knowledge with the 10,000 students a year and Albuquerque community. It’s easier than you think. Submit a course proposal to the program manager. Call (505) 277-9350 to request that an instructor applica- over 50 locations throughoutBusiness Policies tion be mailed to you, stop by to pick one up from our receptionist, or download a the Albuquerque area. PDF from our website: dce.unm.edu. Phone (505) 277-6320 Application deadlines Semester Turn in by Fax (505) 277-8975 Summer 2012 January 5, 2012 Email mmcghee@unm.edu Fall 2012 April 9, 2012 Spring 2013 August 1, 2012 106
    • Personal Growth Fitness Boxing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .119 Home Repair: Basic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .128 Train like a Fighter: Kickboxing . . . . . .119 Landscape Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .129Humanities Introduction to Aikido . . . . . . . . . . . . .119 File Anything In Your Home . . . . . . . .129The Rise of Rome: 753 BC-80 AD . . . .111 Aikido for Self Defense . . . . . . . . . . . .120 Reduce Your Use, Your Impact,Middle Eastern Film . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .111 The Nia Technique . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .120 and Save Money . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .129Sacred Poetry in East and West . . . . .111 T’ai Chi Chi®: Beginning . . . . . . . . . .120 Herbal Walk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .129Foreign Film Buffs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .111 T’ai Chi Chih® Intermediate . . . . . . . .120Western Mystical Traditions . . . . . . . . .111 Weight Lifting for Women . . . . . . . . . .120 Personal Enrichment Weight Lifting for Seniors . . . . . . . . . .121Money Matters Aquatics T’ai Chi Ch’uan - Traditional Yang StyleABC’s of Investing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .112 Swimming: Level I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .130 Long Form: Beginners . . . . . . . . . . .121Complete Financial Planning Primer .112 Swimming: Level II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .130 In Pursuit of Prana: Yoga,Retirement Planning Today—How to Live Swimming: Level III . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .130 Nature & Food . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .121 5 Years for Free . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .112 Swimming: Level IV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .130 Yoga Core Flow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .121Art of Investing and Portfolio Swimming: Parent/Child (6 mo-3 yrs)130 Yoga Basics 101 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .121 Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .112 Swimming: Parent/Child (3-7 yrs) . . .131 Alignment and Flow Yoga . . . . . . . . . .121Smart, Savvy Women . . . . . . . . . . . . .113 Swimming for Children/Experienced Yoga for Chronic Conditions . . . . . . . .122You Only Retire Once: Do it Right the Beginners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .131 Yoga: Beyond the Basics . . . . . . . . . . .122 First Time! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .113 Arts Yoga for the Emotions . . . . . . . . . . . . .122Get Your Financial House in Order . .113 The Artist’s Way . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .131 Yoga for Weight Loss . . . . . . . . . . . . . .122Retirement Readiness— Drawing on the Yoga For Cycling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .122 More than Money! . . . . . . . . . . . . . .113 Right Side of the Brain . . . . . . . . . .131 Intermediate Yoga . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .122Household Finances Made Simple . .113 Drawing on the Yoga: Release and Recenter . . . . . . . .123You Can Own Your Own Home . . . . .114 Right Side of the Brain Part II . . . .132 Yoga, Breath and Pranayama . . . . . . .123Reading & Writing Gentle Chair Yoga . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .123 Experimental Drawing andAn Illustrated Life . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .114 Introduction to Senior Strength and Mixed Media . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .132So You Think You Can Write Humor? .114 Balance Training . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .123 Drawing Graphite, Pencil, Pen & Ink .132Beginning Fiction Writing . . . . . . . . . .114 Zumba® Aerobic Dance . . . . . . . . . . .123 Portrait Drawing: Beginning . . . . . . . .132Polishing for Publication: Salsaerobics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .123 Life Drawing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .132 Advanced Fiction Writing . . . . . . . . .114 Figure Painting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .133Creative Writing for Fun Only . . . . . . .114 Relaxation Painting with Acrylics . . . . . . . . . . . . . .133 Self-Hypnosis for Change . . . . . . . . . .124Memoir Workshop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .115 Japanese Sumi-e Painting . . . . . . . . . .133 Learn to Heal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .124Journal For Creativity and More . . . . .115 Pastels are Paint...Not Chalk . . . . . . . .133 Life Journey Necklace . . . . . . . . . . . . .124Writes of Passage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .115 Oil Painting with Pallet Knife . . . . . . . .133 You Can Manifest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .124Writing Women’s Fiction . . . . . . . . . . .115 A Painting A Day . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .133 Consumers Guide to HerbsPoetry Workshop: Paint Without Numbers and Color and Other Supplements . . . . . . . .124 Prompts and Circumstances . . . . . .115 Outside the Lines . . . . . . . . . . . . . .134 Ayurvedic Yoga Flow . . . . . . . . . . . . . .125 Growth & EnrichmentWriting Short Stories Intermediate Pastels . . . . . . . . . . . . . .134 Mother Infant Yoga . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .125 From Start to Finish . . . . . . . . . . . . .116 Watercoloring Journal . . . . . . . . . . . . .134 Introduction to Reiki . . . . . . . . . . . . . .125Walk, Look and Write: Shibori: The Japanese Art of Fabric Yoga Nidra . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .125 Descriptive Writing . . . . . . . . . . . . . .116 Dyeing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .134 Yoga: Breathe and Restore . . . . . . . . .125Introduction to Novel Writing . . . . . . .116 Expressive Color in Oil Pastels . . . . . .134 Therapeutic Massage . . . . . . . . . . . . .126Health & Fitness Expressive Color in Massage Techniques for Caregivers . .126Fitness Cycling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .116 Oil Pastel Advanced . . . . . . . . . . . .134 Understanding the Pain Experience . .126Yoga: Gentle Fitness for 50+ . . . . . . .117 Beginning Landscape Oil Painting . . .135 Integrated Amrita Meditation Technique-Yoga for the Rest of Us . . . . . . . . . . . .117 Modeling the Head In Clay . . . . . . . . .135 Connecting to Inner Peace & Joy . .126Yoga Basics: The Fundamentals . . . . .117 Raku Fired Handbuilt Pottery . . . . . . .135 Meditation Workshop . . . . . . . . . . . . .126Feldenkrais Method: Awarness Through Trial by Fire: Soda, Gas, Meditation: Observation Movement Workshop . . . . . . . . . . .117 Electric and Raku Firing . . . . . . . . . .135 of the Senses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .127Yoga: Harmony in Body and Mind Contemporary Clay Sculpture . . . . . . .135 Going Vegan Without Going Nuts . . .127 Table of Contents (Iyengar style) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .117 Stoneware and Raku Pottery: Prenatal Yoga . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .127Women’s Yoga . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .117 Beginning to Advanced . . . . . . . . . .135 Yoga for Yoga Teachers . . . . . . . . . . . .127Yoga For Folks Over Fifty . . . . . . . . . . .118 Creative Journaling Tour . . . . . . . . . . .136 Thai Massage With Partners . . . . . . . .128Yoga for Menopause . . . . . . . . . . . . . .118 Beginning Jewelry/Metals . . . . . . . . . .136 Shiatsu Massage: Scalp, Face,Restorative Yoga . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .118 Continuing Jewelry/Metals . . . . . . . . .136 Shoulders, & Feet . . . . . . . . . . . . . .128Yoga for Back Care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .118 Visions Collage Workshop . . . . . . . . . .136Kundalini Yoga . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .118 Home & Garden The Art of the Beeswax Collage . . . . .136 Adobe Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .128 Mosaic with Vintage ChinaYoga for Athletes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .118 Garden Harmony . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .128 and Found Objects . . . . . . . . . . . . .137Pilates: Reformer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .119Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-6320 107
    • The Luminous Collage . . . . . . . . . . . .137 Creative Wire Wrapping: Celtic Slow Session: Exploring the The Art of Papermaking . . . . . . . . . . .137 Earring Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .146 World of Celtic Music . . . . . . . . . . .155 Assemblage Workshop 101 . . . . . . . .137 Lovely Pins from Vintage Tins . . . . . . .146 Tango . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .155 Resin...For the Fun Of It . . . . . . . . . . .137 Cut, Pierce, Sew and Suspend Ballroom Dance: I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .155 Life Journey: A Creative Memoir . . . .137 with Metal and Found Objects! . . .146 Dancing for Fun and Physique . . . . . .155 Re-Imagining Our Lives & Ourselves .138 Basket Weaving: Apple Basket . . . . . .146 Belly Dance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .156 Anything Goes! - Open Studio . . . . . .138 Hands on Auto Repair . . . . . . . . . . . . .146 Country Western Dance . . . . . . . . . . .156 Bonne Cuisine Bath Bombs & Fairy Dust . . . . . . . . . .147 L.A. Style Salsa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .156 The Art of Baking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .138 Liquid Soapmaking and Shampoo . . .147 Nightclub Dancing: Beginning . . . . . .156 Breakfast For Dinner . . . . . . . . . . . . . .138 The Pampered Lady . . . . . . . . . . . . . .147 West Coast Swing and Jitterbug . . . . .156 Extreme Chocolate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .138 Body Products Made at Home I . . . . .147 Swing II (From East to West) . . . . . . .156 Soup: From Stock to Finish . . . . . . . . .139 Herbal Soapmaking—Cold Process . . .147 Hot!! Hot!! Hot!! Salsa II . . . . . . . . . . .157 Stir Fry Made Easy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .139 Herbal Hair Coloring . . . . . . . . . . . . . .147 Country Western Dance II . . . . . . . . . .157 Cooking With Seasonal Products . . . .139 Silver Jewelry Using Metal Clay . . . . .148 So You Think You Are Funny? . . . . . . .157 New Ways With the Same Old Bird . .139 Stained Glass: Beginning . . . . . . . . . .148 Basic Acting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .157 Mysteries of Fish Cooking . . . . . . . . . .139 Introduction to Glass Fusing . . . . . . . .148 Singing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .157 One Dish Dinners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .139 Stained Glass Advanced . . . . . . . . . . .148 Singing for Those Who Can’t Sing . . .157 French Bistro Cooking . . . . . . . . . . . . .139 Glass Fusing Beyond the Basics . . . . .148 Singing Just For Fun . . . . . . . . . . . . . .157 Quick and Easy Cooking . . . . . . . . . . .139 Early New Mexico Punched Tin Work 148 University Chorus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .157 Mangia Italiano . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .140 Quilting 101 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .149 Photography Paella Valenciana . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .140 Quilting 102 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .149 Photography and Intuition . . . . . . . . .158 Mediterranean Table . . . . . . . . . . . . .140 Sewing: Beginning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .149 Sewing: Advanced Beginning . . . . . . .149 Potpourri Dinners in a Hurry: Chinese Cooking 140 Birds of New Mexico . . . . . . . . . . . . . .158 Contemporary Southwest . . . . . . . . . .140 Crochet: Intermediate . . . . . . . . . . . . .149 Pet Behavior Issues . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .158 Grains, Beans, Rice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .140 Knitting: Intermediate . . . . . . . . . . . . .149 Exploring the Cuisine of India . . . . . . .140 Taming Your Serger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .149 Youth Knitting Your Own Socks . . . . . . . . . . .150 UNM Young Writer’s Conference More Wine Appreciation . . . . . . . . . . .141 Leisure Time Activities (ages 10-17) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .159 Vegetarian Feast . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .141 Bicycle Repair: Dino Discovery Days Spring Break Camp New Mexico Red or Green . . . . . . . . .141 Park Tool Mechanic 101 . . . . . . . . .150 (ages 6-8) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .159 Cooking 101 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .141 Cross Country Skiing: Advanced Ancient Adventures: Greece Spring Break A Repertoire of Sauces . . . . . . . . . . . .141 Backcountry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .150 Camp (ages 9-12) . . . . . . . . . . . . .159 Introduction to Wine Tasting . . . . . . . .141 Introduction to Kayaking . . . . . . . . . . .150 Intro to Architecture: Spring Break Camp Culinary Tour of Italy . . . . . . . . . . . . .142 Coastal Kayaking on Inland Waters . . . .150 (ages 9-12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .159 Low Fat and Luscious . . . . . . . . . . . . .142 Flyfishing Basics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .151 Mini Lion King in Five Days: a Spring Sweetheart Dinner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .142 Golf I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .151 Break Performance Challenge Gluten Free Baking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .142 Golf II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .151 (ages 6-12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .159 Tapas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .142 Horseback Riding: Beginning . . . . . . .151 Job Search Boot Camp for Teens Six Ingredients or Less . . . . . . . . . . . .142 Horseback Riding: Intermediate . . . . .151 (ages 14-17) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .160 Pressure Cooking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .142 Rock Climbing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .151 Gadgets & Gizmos LEGO (ages 6-12)160 Cooking on a Budget . . . . . . . . . . . . .143 High Ropes Confidence Course for Puppet Pandemonium Spring Break Spices and Rubs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .143 Women and Men . . . . . . . . . . . . . .152 Camp (ages 6-8) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .160 Cuisine in 30 Minutes or Less . . . . . .143Growth & Enrichment Tennis: Beginning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .152 What Suits Your Style? Interior Design Communication Camp (ages 9-12) . . . . . . . . . . . . .160 Our Existence After Life . . . . . . . . . . . .143 Tennis: Intermediate . . . . . . . . . . . . . .152 An Introduction to Hiking Clay Creations (ages 6-10) . . . . . . . .160 Loving What Is: The Work of Spring Break With the Stars: Astronomy Byron Katie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .143 in New Mexico . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .152 Camp for Teens (ages 13-15) . . . .160 The Laughter Workshop . . . . . . . . . . .143 Music, Dance, & Theatre High Desert Yoga Camp (ages 6-11) 160 Overcoming Procrastination . . . . . . . .144 Community Big Band . . . . . . . . . . . . .152 Tween/Teen Yoga (ages 12-17) . . . .160 Finding Your Way to Happiness . . . . .144 The Human Voice—Jazz Style . . . . . . .153 Yoga for Kids (ages 6-11) . . . . . . . . . .161 Want to Adopt? Here’s How! . . . . . . .144 Latin Jazz & Improvisation . . . . . . . . . .153 Tae Kwon Do for Children The Enneagram I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .144 Modern Jazz Ensemble . . . . . . . . . . . .153 (ages 6-12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .161 Your Dreams Talk To You . . . . . . . . . .144 Jazz Choir . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .153 Tae Kwon Do/Self-Defense for Teens The Meaning of Life . . . . . . . . . . . . . .144 Jazz Guitar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .153 (ages 13-17) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .161 Crafts & Hobbies Guitar: Beginning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .153 Art & Design for Teens & TweensTable of Contents Bead Stringing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .145 Guitar: Beginning II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .154 (ages 10-15) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .161 Make Your Own Vintage Harmonica for Beginners . . . . . . . . . .154 Color for Teens & Tweens Typewriter Key Bracelet . . . . . . . . . .145 Introduction to Folk Harp . . . . . . . . . .154 (ages 10-15) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .161 Creative Wire Rings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .145 Beginning Folk Harp I . . . . . . . . . . . . .154 Mountain Dulcimer: Beginning . . . . . .154 Westside Creative Wire Wrapping I . . . . . . . . . . .145 Fitness Cycling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .116 Creative Wire Wrapping: Basic Circle .145 Beginning Piano . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .154 Beginning Piano 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .155 Yoga: Gentle Fitness for 50+ . . . . . . .117 Creative Wire Wrapping: Coiling . . . . .145 Swing II (From East to West) . . . . . . .156 Creative Wire Wrapping: Flat Spiral . .146 Group Piano 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .155 Piano Second Time Around . . . . . . . .155 Hot!! Hot!! Hot!! Salsa II . . . . . . . . . . .157 Country Western Dance II . . . . . . . . . .157 108 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-6320
    • UNM Continuing Education has been offering non-credit classes to the residents of the greater Albuquerque area since1928. In response to ever-increasing demand for education programs held at neighborhood locations, off-campus classofferings continue to grow. Find one in your neighborhood!If you have any comments or suggestions concerning off-campus classes, or know of locations for classes to be held,please write to: Growth & Enrichment Program, UNM Continuing Education, MSC07 4030, 1 University of New Mexico,Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001.Northeast Hot Flash Glass, Inc. 2111 San Mateo NE (on San Mateo south ofA Time To Relax Yoga Studio Indian School)11603 Menaul (East of Juan Tabo) Kickstand Bicycle ShopAikido of Albuquerque 11145-B Menaul NE (NW Corner of Juan Tabo and Menaul5600 McLeod NE, Suite D (Between San Mateo & in the Foothills Shopping Center)San Pedro) Los Altos Christian ChurchAlbuquerque Shin - Budo Kai Dojo 11900 Haines NE (one block south of Indian School,3100-A San Mateo NE (San Mateo and Candelaria) one block east of Juan Tabo)Apple Mountain Music Mike’s Iron Gym10301 Comanche NE (Comanche and Morris) 1214 San Pedro NE (Lomas and San Pedro)APS Aztec Complex Monte Vista Christian Church2611 Eubank NE (Eubank and Candelaria) 3501 Campus Blvd. NEAyurvedic Institute (one block North of Central between Carlisle and one block11311 Menaul Blvd. NE (East of Juan Tabo) East of Monte Vista)Baila! Baila! New Heart Center for Wellness2801 Girard NE (Girard and Candelaria) 601 Lomas Blvd. NEBernina Sewing Center Nickel Acupuncture3101 Menaul NE (two blocks west Carlisle, 3212 Monte Vista NEnext to JCPenney’s Home Store) (corner of Campus & Monte Vista)Body Balance Yoga Peacecraft Store3705 Westerfeld Dr. NE (Comanche and Eubank) 3215 Central NE (Between Bryn Mawr and Wellesley onContinuing Education (CE) Central)North & South Buildings The Quilt Works1634 University Blvd. NE (Indian School and University) 11117 Menaul NE (Menaul & Juan Tabo)Coyote Clay School REI5107 Edith NE (Edith south of Montaño) 1550 Mercantile Ave NE (I-25 and Montano) Growth & EnrichmentCrystal Mountain Rosales Karate & Kickboxing Academy5041 Indian School Rd. NE, Ste. 400 3208 San Mateo NE (San Mateo & Montgomery)(between Carlisle & San Mateo) Selah StudioDuke City Bridge Club 7120 Wyoming Blvd. NE, Ste. 17 (at San Antonio & Harper)8616 Northeastern Blvd NE (one block north of Shedden PilatesIndian School & Wyoming) 3610 Campus NEFarfesha Studios Studio Pizazz9577 Osuna NE (Just west of Eubank) 4111 Louisiana Blvd. NEGood Samaritan Society Manzano Del Sol Village Studio Sway5201 Roma Ave. NE (San Mateo & Lomas 105 Jefferson St. NE (near Washington & Central in Nob Hill)Hancock Fabrics T’ai Chi Chih Center Location Guide3157 San Mateo Blvd NE (between Comanche and 3107 Eubank NE, Ste. 19Candelaria on San Mateo) (SW corner of Scottsdale Village)Healing Gate Wellspring Center for Yoga3212 Monte Vista NE 5500 San Mateo NE, #103 (east side of San Mateo beforeHigh Desert Yoga— Nob Hill Academy)4600 Copper NE (corner of Copper & Jefferson)Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-6320 109
    • Northwest East Mountain Locations AAA Solar McFarland Studio 2021 Zearing NW (Rio Grande and I-40) 46 Piñon Heights (Sandia Park) Canine Country Club Mountain Meadow Neighborhood Garden 7327 4th St. NW (one mile north of Osuna) 242 Piñon Trail (Cedar Crest) Garfield Middle School Studio Yantra 3501 6th St. NW (Tijeras) Jan’s on 4th Private Studios 10004 4th Street NW (North of Alameda) Aragon Studio Ladera Golf Course 421-Broadway SE (NW Corner of Broadway and Coal) 3401 Ladera Drive NW (Sequoia and Unser) Berrenberg Office Music Magic Studio 3876 Masthead NE (Jefferson and Masthead) 2113 Charleviox St. NW (Romer & Charleviox in Old Town) Cooley Home Park Fine Art Gallery 608 Val Verde SE (Washington and Lead) 20 First Galleria Plaza #65 (2nd & Copper next to Convention Center) Diener Studio 500 2nd Street SW (corner of Coal & 2nd) Quilts Olé 3923 Corrales Rd (West on Alameda north on Feher Office Corrales Rd.) 5800 McLoed NE, Ste. E (east of San Mateo, north of Montgomery) Rio Grande Nature Center 2901 Candelaria Rd. NW (Candelaria west of Rio Grande) Forrester Studio 418 Arno St. SE, Apt. B (Coal and Broadway) Spiritual Renewal Center 6400 Coors Blvd. NW Johnson Office 1709 Moon NE (Near Moon & Indian School) Taft Middle School 620 Schulte Rd. NW (one block north of 4th & Osuna Kostranchuk Office 1400 Carlisle Blvd NE, Ste. B intersection) (SE corner of Carlisle & Constitution) Southeast Lerma Studio 10101 2nd St. NW (north of Alameda) Cosmos Tapas Restaurant 4200 Central Ave SE Sailer Studio (Just west of Washington on Central) 8401 Dunhill SW (Bridge & Unser) Double Time Dance Studio Segara Residence 112 Morningside SE (Central & Morningside) 7813 Indian School Rd. NE (between Wyoming & Pennsylvania) Highland High School Pool 4700 Coal SE (San Mateo & Zuni) Streett Studio 1675 Murray Loop (Bosque Farms) Lloyd Shaw Studio’s 5506 Coal Ave. SE Sturges Studio 346 Tyler Rd. NW Manzano Mesa Multigenerational Center Westside and Rio Rancho LocationsGrowth & Enrichment 501 Elizabeth SE (Eubank & Southern south of Central) Maple Street Dance Space Canine Country Club 111 Maple St. SE (off of Central behind Kanajian Rugs) 4201 Marna Lynn NW (west on Paseo, right on Eagle Puerto Del Sol Golf Course Ranch, left on Paradise to Marna Lynn) 1800 Girard SE (Girard & Gibson) Dance Emporium 1550 Stephanie, Suite 101 Southwest Dance Place 3rd Street Arts 1005 21st. St. SE, Suite A 711 3rd St. SW Defined Fitness UNM Championship Golf Course 6201 Riverside Plaza Ln. NW (south on 1-25, exit east on Rio Bravo) Rio Rancho High School Mudfish Pottery 301 Loma Colorado NE (NM 528 north toLocation Guide 2281 Wilbur SW (west on Bridge past Sunset to Tapia) High Resort Blvd. west to Loma Colorado) Santa Ana Golf Club 288 Prairie Star Rd. (Bernalillo) UNM West 2600 College Blvd. (King Road & Unser) 110 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-6320
    • Sacred Poetry in East and West Enjoy a survey of poetry from the World Religions. In each session we will explore historical and modernHumanities poetry of Islam, Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism and Buddhism. We will look at the role of the poet in theseThe Rise of Rome: 753 BC-80 AD traditions and the ability of the poet to explore eso-This course will offer a survery of Roman history from teric, controversial and other ideas.the city’s foundation through the life of the Republic Course: 08561 $60 For: 5 sessionsto culmination of the empire during the reign of Section A: Mar 21-Apr 18 W 12:30pm-1:30pmMarcus Aurelius. The lectures will emphasize the rise CE South Buildingof Rome to World Power. A subsequent course will Dan Noyesexamine the Fall of Rome. The major figures of Foreign Film BuffsRoman history will be discussed - Romulus andRemus, Hannibal, The Gracchi, Sulla, Cicero, Julius Foreign films are interesting to us because they comeCaesar, Augustus, Vergil, Seneca, Caligula, Nero, St. from a different background. The stories, direction,Paul, and Marcus Aurelius. Lecture Topics: The costuming, etc. are based upon the particular cultureLegends of Rome’s beginnings, The Estruscans and of the country. We will explore a variety of films fromthe Republic and The Punic Wars. Rome’s Conquest different countries, chosen in class. Our last film willof the Mediterranean, The Crisis of the Republic and be an American musical, because this is what we dothe Civil War, Augustus and the Foundation of the best and we can contrast it with other films we haveRoman Empire, Roman Civilization, The Mystery seen. Some you may have seen; some you may haveReligions, The Julio-Claudian dynasty, The Five Good missed—but they will all be worth seeing and dis-Emperors and the Climax of Rome. cussing. This is for fun only!Course: 08551 $95 For: 10 sessions Course: 08568 $95 For: 8 sessionsSection A: Feb 1-Apr 4 W 1:00pm-3:00pm Section A: Jan 19-Mar 8 Th 9:00am-12:00pmCE South Building CE South BuildingCharles Truxillo, PhD, Latin American Expert Leatrice WilsonMiddle Eastern Film Western Mystical TraditionsIn this eight-week class we will view exciting films Many people think that only the eastern religions offrom the Middle East that have been in the U.S. news Hinduism and Buddhism contain rich traditions of Growth & Enrichmentlately: Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Palestine and Israel. devotion and mystical understanding. This course willDiscussion of the films will be geared toward under- show that the western religions also contain a rich andstanding not only the film itself but how and if it fits unappreciated tradition of devotion and prayer ofin today’s political and cultural world. Clips will be Mysticism. This course will cover the major trends andshown from a Canadian/Muslim TV show, and a schools in prayer and the devotional life withinsuperhero comic strip from Kuwait will be examined as Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Beginning with awell. Images of the Middle East fill our world; it’s time background of what is mysticism and its relation toto take a closer look. various religious traditions, we will then examineCourse: 08553 $95 For: 8 sessions Judaism (the Kabbalah); Christian mysiticism with its great diversity of devotees (such as Francis of Assisi,Section A: Feb 13-Apr 2 M 1:00pm-4:00pm Thomas Merton, Julian of Norwich); and the IslamicCE South Building tradition known as Sufis with their many schools such HumanitiesTeresa Cutler-Broyles as Rumi and the Whirling Dervishes. We will not be able to cover everyone, but we will discuss the most Register Now! Continuing Education is a important writers. self-sustaining department. All courses have set Course: 08592 $100 For: 12 sessions minimum enrollments and decisions on course Section A: Feb 7-Apr 24 T 7:00pm-9:00pm cancellations are made 2-3 days prior to the Cooley Home in SE Area start date of each class. Please don’t wait until Eleanor M. Cooley, M.A., Religious Studies the last minute to register.Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-6320 111
    • Complete Financial Planning Primer Learn Languages at UNM Continuing Education Learn how to take control of your financial future and how to make wise financial decisions. This comprehen- Contemporary Spanish II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49 sive class provides a broad overview of the entire finan- Mandarin Chinese I . . . . . . . .47 Spanish III . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49 French I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47 Conversational Spanish cial planning process. Financial success is a choice. French II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47 Part I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49 Topics covered in class include: how to take that criti- French Conversation . . . . . . . .47 Conversational Spanish cal first step to maximize your returns and minimize German I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47 Part II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49 risk; asset allocation; and investment strategies for the German II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47 Portuguese I . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49 future. Learn to plan for your children’s college educa- Italian Beginning I . . . . . . . . . .48 Portuguese II . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50 tion, make wise decisions before and during retirement Italian Conversation . . . . . . . .48 Russian I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50 and protect your assets through estate planning. Japanese I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48 Russian II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50 Tuition includes one individual session with the Japanese II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48 Intensive Spanish . . . . . . . . . .50 instructor for a financial planning evaluation. Sign Language I . . . . . . . . . . . .48 Conversational Russian . . . . .51 Course: 11703 $75 For: 5 sessions Spanish I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48 Basic Navajo Language . . . . .51 Section A: Feb 8-Mar 7 W 7:00pm-9:00pm CE South Building Karl Edward Baxter, CFP & Author Our Language section has moved. Please go to page 47 Retirement Planning Today— for full course descriptions. How to Live 5 Years for “Free” For more information please contact Marie McGhee, Senior This is a successful retirement course, with extras, in Program Manager at (505) 277-6320. which you will benefit from the instructor’s combined knowledge of both taxes and investments. In fact, the material, Living 5 Years for “Free,” involves an income tax and investment withdrawal strategy that the instructor developed, which he feels is the most impor- tant component of helping your money last a lifetime. Money Matters This unique course, which receives consistently high marks from attendees, provides a detailed overview to ABC’s of Investing help prepare you for your financial future. You may Develop your investment skills with the basics you will take advantage of an optional complimentary consulta- learn in this course. Be more confident in your deci- tion with Steve at the end of the course. Note: sions regarding stocks, bonds, and mutual funds. We’ll Required 235-page text cost of $20 (one text per cou- begin with setting your goals, personal financial state- ple) is payable at the first class. Sign up early; this class ments, and the time value of money as well as how to fills quickly. $49 individual or $69 couple. benchmark your personal progress. We will discuss Course: 11716 $49 For: 2 sessions risks, inflation and the basics of bonds, bills, notes, Section A: May 1-8 T 6:30pm-9:30pm bond ratings, yields and issuing agencies. We will also Section B: Apr 28-May 5 Sa 9:00am-12:00pm cover stocks: the history of the market and researching Both sections: CE North BuildingGrowth & Enrichment and purchasing stocks. Learn how to research mutual Steve Margulin, CPA, CFP, Registered Principal, funds and how they’re managed, including sales Trusted Advisor charges. The last session highlights various popular investment strategies and how investor behavior influ- Art of Investing and Portfolio Management ences decisions. Suggested reading and Internet This class for the experienced investor will help you research sites are provided. Note: Tuition includes one understand and consistently implement the very best individual session with instructor for portfolio review strategies of the top investment minds. The Art of and planning. Investing and Portfolio Management is a six-step Course: 11700 $70 For: 5 sessions process to keep you from getting caught up in the Section A: Jan 31-Feb 28 T 6:00pm-7:45pm emotions that accompany market extremes and media Berrenberg Office in NE Area buzz. This program provides unique and valuable Terri Berrenberg, CFP, CFEd, MBA access to industry-leading investment strategies, andMoney Matters translates asset-building and risk management tech- Register Now! Continuing Education is a self-sustaining department. All courses have set minimum enrollments and decisions on course cancellations are made 2-3 days prior to the start date of each class. Please don’t wait until the last minute to register. 112 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-6320
    • niques. The comprehensive program will provide you ment and anyone who has a family they’re concernedwith a framework for making better investment deci- about, needs to consider. Topics include:sions, managing your money with discipline and confi- Understanding the Financial Problems most Americansdence, and achieving true long-term investment suc- Face: Estate Planning–Bruce Puma, Atty; Identitycess. Note: Tuition includes individual session with Theft–Frank Mulholland, State of NM Regulation &instructor for portifolio review and planning. Licensing Dept.; and other guest speakers.Course: 11721 $50 For: 2 sessions Course: 11729 $85 For: 5 sessionsSection A: May 1-3 TTh 6:00pm-7:45pm Section A: Feb 9-Mar 8 Th 6:00pm-7:45pmBerrenberg Office in NE Area Berrenberg Office in NE AreaTerri Berrenberg, CFP, CFEd, MBA Terri Berrenberg, CFP, CFEd, MBA Randi S. MelvinSmart, Savvy WomenBe a woman in the know financially! The world has Retirement Readiness—More than Money!changed in the last fifty years from women being taken Transition to retirement with more than just a financialcare of to being company CEO’s, business owners, plan. Consider your entire being: the physical, spiritu-and heads of households. Have fun while learning to al, financial and mental side and how to fulfill thefigure your financial personality and increase your needs you have in retirement. Leaving work behind ismoney moxie. We’ll discuss identity theft, credit and a major life transition that requires preparation, sobanking, understanding your cash flow and figuring don’t flunk it! It is up to you to design your plan for ayour net worth as well as taxes, estate planning, rewarding retirement that meets the needs of the newdivorce, widowhood, and saving for college. you. This interactive class will help you gauge yourCourse: 11725 $35 For: 1 session retirement readiness level, and give you action items toSection A: Feb 2 Th 6:00pm-8:00pm shore up the areas where you’re weak. Class activitiesBerrenberg Office in NE Area engage singles and couples alike to realize that work brings to your life and how to transition from workRandi S. Melvin without the loss so many often experience. Make thoseYou Only Retire Once: Do it Right the First Time! years truly “golden” with proper planning for theLearn what you need to know for a financially secure whole you! Note: Tuition includes a personalizedand comfortable retirement. If you are within a decade retirement readiness session with the instructor.of retirement and are making retirement decisions, Course: 11732 $35 For: 1 sessionrolling over an IRA, newly retired, changing jobs, or Section A: Apr 16 M 6:00pm-8:00pmthinking of retiring early, then this is the class for you! Berrenberg Office in NE AreaRetire the way you want and take full advantage of the Randi S. Melvinopportunities retirement brings, by being knowledge-able and planning carefully. Retirement planning, the Household Finances Made Simplefinancial keys to retirement, and retirement risks will Manage your household finances quickly and simply.be discussed as will sample income projections with Whether you use paper or pencil or Excel, the basics ofvariables and protecting yourself in retirement. Learn budgeting are the same. In this class you will learn toabout IRA rules, stretch IRAs, lump sum distributions, organize and streamline your budget in a friendly Growth & Enrichmentbeneficiaries, Social Security, IRA and tax strategies, hands-on environment.and lifetime income. Make sure you have enough Course: 11737 $55 For: 2 sessionsmoney to last your lifetime. Note: Tuition includes a Section A: Jan 26-Feb 2 Th 6:00pm-8:00pmpersonalized retirement projection with the instructor. Forrester Studio in SE AreaCourse: 11728 $50 For: 2 sessions Phoenix ForresterSection A: Mar 20-22 TTh 6:00pm-8:00pmSection B: Apr 19-26 Th 6:00pm-8:00pmBoth sections: Berrenberg Office in NE AreaTerri Berrenberg, CFP, CFEd, MBAGet Your Financial House in OrderAttention boomers! Even though each person’s situa- Money Matterstion is unique there are common occurrences mostpeople face as we march though the decades and endup in retirement. Time and procrastination can be ourenemies if we haven’t taken the care and planning forour “Golden Years.” This series of five classes willcover items that every baby boomer in or near retire-Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-6320 113
    • You Can Own Your Own Home tive criticism will follow. Emphasis will be placed on Purchasing a home is a complicated process and editing, editing, editing. Students have the option to involves making one of the most significant decisions return to class the following week with their stories of your life. This course provides you with detailed polished to re-read aloud. Readings from, I Killed, information related to purchasing a home including True Stories of the Road From America’s Top Comics, types of mortgages, discount points, monthly pay- and Holiday’s in Hell will be provided. Bring lots of ments and interest rates, and down payments. Real paper, pens and a mind full of ideas! estate professionals will work directly with the student Course: 14851 $75 For: 4 sessions who elects to purchase a home, receiving as much Section A: Feb 22-Mar 14 W 6:30pm-8:00pm individual attention as needed so that the process of Garfield Middle School purchasing does not become an overwhelming experi- Goldie Garcia, is a successful columnist, folk artist and ence. Learn about the programs requiring no down stand up comic. payment and closing costs available to any student who completes this course and qualifies for a loan. Please Beginning Fiction Writing bring a calculator to class. Have you always wanted to write a short story or a Course: 11749 $25 For: 2 sessions novel, but you’re not quite sure how to get started? Section A: Feb 14-21 T 6:00pm-7:30pm Learn the elements of good fiction including plot, Section B: Apr 10-17 T 6:00pm-7:30pm characterization, setting, creating a hook, point of Both sections: Garfield Middle School view, believeable dialogue and the importance of pre- cise detail. We will practice exercises aimed at stimulat- Art Esquibel ing your creative juices while helping you find your unique fictional voice. Course: 14853 $75 For: 3 sessions Section A: Jan 24-Feb 7 T 7:00pm-9:00pm Reading & Writing CE North Building Sandra K. Toro, President, The Toro Literary Agency An Illustrated Life Polishing for Publication: This class will explore making pictoral books with Advanced Fiction Writing images and words to tell the stories of your life. We will utilize photos, sketches, collage, creative writing, Bring your short story or the first thirty pages of your journaling techniques, digital media and explore ways novel to class. As a group, we will help you polish your to research, plan and organize your book. For exam- dialogue, add heroic qualities to your protagonist, cre- ple, a chapter or story could be based on important ate inner conflict, and build plot layers. Learn how to experiences, people, places, events or themes in your deal with backstory and add tension to every page. life or you could use inspiring letters, lists or poetry. Finally, we will work with you to develop a query and We will also learn how to gather images, information elevator pitch. and interviews for your book as well as address who Course: 14854 $75 For: 3 sessions your audience might be. Students, bring projects you Section A: Apr 3-17 T 7:00pm-9:00pm are working on. CE North BuildingGrowth & Enrichment Course: 14850 $85 For: 1 session Sandra K. Toro, President, The Toro Literary Agency Section A: Feb 26 Su 8:00am-4:00pm Creative Writing for Fun Only CE North Building Everyone has something to say. Give yourself a chance Sunny Birklund to explore. We write, share and write again-without So You Think You Can Write Humor? pressure! Take this chance to expand your horizons. Writing humor is challenging but fun. Add splashes of Some topics are serious, some are funny. Try it, you’ll color to your stories. Styles of humor, dark, witty, wry, like it and become a better writer. obnoxious, pleasant and much more will be discussed, Course: 14858 $90 For: 8 sessions as well as targeting your readers. During each class stu- Section A: Jan 17-Mar 6 T 10:00am-12:00pm dents write two, ten-minute humorous observance CE South Building points of view (approx. 200 words each). Writings will Leatrice WilsonReading & Writing be read aloud by students to classmates and construc- 114 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-6320
    • Memoir Workshop Writing Women’s FictionExplore the various kinds of memoirs, the difference Not only romance, but domestic realism, romantic sus-between fiction and memoir and your decisions to pense, mysteries, thrillers, and family sagas as well aswrite memoir. Where to begin, how to focus your historical fiction will be explored in this class designedmemoir, how to dredge up the inner mysteries of your for women who want to write fiction specifically aimedlife, how to bring order to life events through narra- at women readers. Participants will learn about plottive, and how to find the universal stuff that links your structure, character development, point of view, voice,life with those of others. Create your own personal believable dialogue, the necessity for conflict and ten-memory calendar. sion, how to create atmosphere with setting, the pac-Course: 14860 $65 For: 1 session ing of scenes and rewriting, and polishing for publica-Section A: Feb 4 Sa 9:30am-3:00pm tion. Sandra Toro, the published author of historicalNote: There will be a thirty minute lunch break. and contemporary novels, as well as short stories and aPlease bring a brown bag lunch. memoir, will teach this six-week class. Her bookCE South Building reviews have appeared in numerous newspapers andSandra K. Toro, President, The Toro Literary Agency her non-fiction has been published in magazines such as Redbook, McCalls, and Environment.Journal Writing For Creativity and More Course: 14882 $90 For: 6 sessionsDevelop your creativity, solve problems, work through Section A: Feb 23-Mar 29 Th 7:00pm-9:00pmtroubled situations and write interesting logs of events. CE North BuildingWriting for these reasons expands the use of your jour- Sandra K. Toro, President, The Toro Literary Agencynal. This is an experiential workshop where you willenjoy using several journal writing techniques. You will Poetry Workshop:be surprised to discover the inner depths of your cre- Prompts and Circumstancesative mind. Bring a notebook and pen. Find inspiration for your poetry in the unexpected:Course: 14871 $70 For: 3 sessions group prompts, odd prompts, timed prompts, surpris-Section A: Jan 26-Feb 9 Th 1:30pm-4:00pm ing prompts. Don’t be afraid to write outside of yourCE South Building comfort zone. One or more poetry prompts will beRita Herther, MA introduced each week to energize your writing. Each session will include in-class writing time. Students willWrites of Passage be asked to produce a poem each week which will thenEveryone has something to say and writing provides be critiqued by the class. The process of writing willthe means to support this desire. Whether a beginner include gathering feedback for future revision andor longtime scribe, writing within a supportive group playing with ideas and language.setting can inspire our most sacred inner feelings Course: 14888 $100 For: 6 sessionswhich we give expression through the writing process. Section A: Feb 21-Mar 27 T 7:00pm-9:00pmOur goal will be to write our way through the various CE South Building“writes of passage” that life’s journey has offered to Anastasia Andersenus. Join us as we navigate through four specific pas-sageways: Being the Truth: integrity, honoring, sacred Growth & Enrichmentresponsibility; Becoming Your Elder: youth, age, find-ing your wisdom; Unfinished Business: writing tocompletions in your life; and MistakenIdentity/Missing Persons: who I thought I was, whoam I really and who I could be. Each topic will beexplored using discussion, writing and visualizationexercises. No prior writing experience is necessary andall writing levels are welcome. Note: A $20 workbookfee is payable to the instructor at the first class meet-ing.Course: 14880 $99 For: 4 sessionsSection A: Feb 4-25 Sa 10:00am-4:00pm Reading & WritingGarfield Middle SchoolMarjorie St. Clair, PhD, Award winning writer,producer, director and creativity coachOnline: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-6320 115
    • Writing Short Stories From Start to Finish and more as well as plenty of actual writing time to The short story is an amazingly versatile and rewarding keep you going! Note: Optional Text: Bird by Bird, form for both writers and readers. Related in its devel- Knopf-Doubleday, by Anne Lamott. opment to the tale and the anecdote and other forms Course: 14894 $105 For: 8 sessions of narration such as the fable and the allegory, the Section A: Jan 17-Mar 6 T 6:30pm-8:30pm short story can be read at one sitting and usually Garfield Middle School roughed out and written in a couple of weeks. Not to Marlene Leach put too fine an edge on it, but there are short-short stories and long-long short stories as well, and the themes, plots and settings they lend themselves to are 2012 Writers Conference almost infinite. This course seeks to define the short story as literary genre and to discuss its boundaries Writing: From Start to Sales VIII from a writer’s point of view. A template for what UNM Continuing Education offers the Eigth Annual ingredients a writer might consider will be presented Wwriter’s Conference on April 21, 2012. Editors and and considered for each phase of the writing process: agents from New York City will join with authors and pre-writing, writing and revising. At the end of the teachers to explore the latest trends in publishing course a short story should result and serve as a including short stories, novels, narrative non-fiction, springboard for the writing of more stories. poetry and memoir. In addition to six workshops, indi- Course: 14892 $75 For: 4 sessions vidual pitch sessions with agents and editors at no addi- Section A: Feb 6-27 M 6:00pm-8:00pm tional cost will be offered to those who register before CE South Building April 9. Attendees may only choose one person but Robert Gish, PhD, English Professor, Distinguished may ask questions of other speakers throughout the Scholar and Author day. After you register, contact Sandra Toro at storo32567@aol.com to sign up for your ten minute Walk, Look and Write: Descriptive Writing pitch. Lunch and materials are included in your tuition. Walking has a long history as a means of meditation, Course: 14899 $150 For: 1 session recollection and inspiration. The English Romantic Section A: Apr 21 Sa 8:30am-4:30pm poets in particular capitalized on what might be called CE North Building “peripatetic epiphany” and many creative compositions resulted. Travel writers especially are adept at capturing what they see and then attempting to record it in words. This course will look at certain texts as exam- ples of how walking translates into writing and how “psychological geography” enriches our perceptions Health & Fitness and our lives. At least one extended group walk will serve as a model for this fascinating process. UNM Employees: Participants will be encouraged to write about their You may use your tuition remission benefit experience and share that writing with others. Note: for all classes listed in the Health and Optional Text: Bedford Guide for Writers, Bedford St. Fitness section. For complete TuitionGrowth & Enrichment Martin. Remission policy information please contact Course: 14893 $75 For: 4 sessions the benefits office at (505) 277-MyHR. Section A: Mar 8-29 Th 6:00pm-8:00pm CE South Building Fitness Cycling 101 Robert Gish, PhD, English Professor, Distinguished This class will provide you with information to help Scholar and Author you learn the basics of cycling. We will cover proper bike set-up, proper hand positioning, form, cadence, Introduction to Novel Writing resistance and intensity. Come dressed in proper attire You’ve come up with the plot. You’ve developed your and bring a water bottle. Padded cycling shorts are characters. The themes swirl in your head - but you’ve recommended as well as either tennis shoes or cycling either gotten bogged down, or you’ve only written shoes with the SPD triple link clips. Note: Registration enough to know that you’re lost in a forest. Rather in this class entitles you to a discounted membershipHealth & Fitness than be intimidated, forge your way through it with a rate for Defined Fitness. guide who can help you. This 8-week course will Course: 06440 $99 For: 8 sessions encourage you to launch into or continue and finish a Section A: Jan 17-Feb 9 TTh 7:45am-8:45am novel. You’ll get help with structure, plot, narrative, Section B: Feb 14-Mar 8 TTh 7:45am-8:45am and the tricks not only for constructing a book, but Section C: Mar 13-Apr 5 TTh 7:45am-8:45am also for ways to navigate the immensity of such a long work. Using various guided exercises, discussing the Section D: Apr 10-May 3 TTh 7:45am-8:45am novels we love and free writing time, we’ll examine All Sections: Defined Fitness Riverside Plaza issues for character, style, tone, voice, POV choices, 116 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-6320
    • emphasize personal awareness while increasing move-Yoga: Gentle Fitness for 50+ ment vocabulary. These gentle exercises can facilitateCome join us and have fun learning gentle stretching greater ease of movement, improve posture and coor-asana poses for focus, flexibility, fitness and balance in dination, increase flexibility and relieve physical dis-Rio Rancho. This class is for beginning and continuing comfort and pain. The “lessons” are done in a nurtur-education students alike. Go at your own pace in a ing, supportive environment with students usuallycomfortable, nurturing atmosphere. Bring a yoga mat lying on the floor. This workshop will be enjoyed byand blanket. newcomers and experienced students alike. Note:Course: 06451 $55 For: 5 sessions Please wear loose, comfortable clothing and bring oneSection A: Jan 28-Feb 25 Sa 7:45am-8:45am or two blankets to provide necessary padding.Section B: Feb 1-29 W 10:00am-11:00am Course: 06457 $80 For: 1 sessionSection C: Apr 4-May 2 W 10:00am-11:00am Section A: Feb 19 Su 1:30pm-5:30pmSection D: Apr 7-May 5 Sa 7:45am-8:45am Studio SwayAll sections: The Dance Place Mary Ann Thomson, Teacher, performer, FeldenkraisCarleen Rocks, RYT practitioner, Instructor for UNM PE Dept.Yoga for the Rest of Us Yoga: Harmony in Body and Mind (Iyengar style)Take a deep breath. Close your eyes and take another. Experience the vitality and relaxation that result fromTry one more, in through your nose, out through the practice of Yoga. This series of classes will offer ayour mouth. Do you feel refreshed? That energy that creative approach to the basic Yoga asanas (poses)revitalizes us when we’ve done well for our bodies, exploring the interplay between body, breath, andand the accompanying peace it brings, is the essence of mind. Benefits include increased strength and stability,yoga. And lucky for you, if you can breathe, you can greater vitality and freedom from limitations in bodydo yoga. Yoga is for everybody. Whether you are new and mind. Classes are appropriate for beginners andto yoga, have practiced before, or practice now—take continuing students and are taught in the Iyengar stylethis time for yourself to de-stress, energize, and lose — combining precise alignment and modifications forweight, in this gentle relaxing yoga experience. All lev- individual needs with lightness and humor.els welcome. Gloria currently holds a 500-hour yoga Course: 06459 $120 For: 12 sessionscertification with Yoga Alliance and Kripalu Yoga Section A: Jan 26-Apr 12 Th 9:30am-11:00amCenter. She is known for the intuition, empathy and Section B: Jan 30-Apr 2 M 6:00pm-7:30pmcompassion she brings to her role as a yoga instructor, Both sections: Wellspring Center for Yogaand is especially gifted in working with beginners. Herb McDonald, Certified Iyengar Yoga InstructorCourse: 06450 $75 For: 8 sessionsSection A: Jan 9-Feb 27 M 12:00pm-1:00pm Women’s YogaA Time To Relax Yoga Studio Treat yourself to an afternoon yoga practice in a safe,Gloria Drayer, Certified Yoga Teacher supportive, fun group of other women. Discover how to connect and move with the breath to deepen yourYoga Basics: The Fundamentals awareness and go inward—calming your body andA thorough introduction for the student new to Yoga. mind. Nurture yourself on every level via a focused,Preparatory and primary poses will be introduced with Growth & Enrichment in-depth yoga practice, learning alignment and anato-a focus on building strength, flexibility, balance and my. Find your inner strength, flexibility and movebodily awareness. Yoga terminology, plus the use of beyond perceived limitations and fears. Discover howprops is explained and time is allowed for questions. props can make poses comfortable and accessible forThe pace and approach of the class is mindful and gen- everyone. Learn specific asanas of particular benefit fortle. By the end of this course, the student is ready to nurturing women’s bodies. Leave the class relaxed andenter Level One Yoga classes with confidence. reenergized with plenty of time to enjoy your evening.Course: 06453 $95 For: 8 sessions Women of all ages and levels of experience are wel-Section A: Jan 28-Mar 17 Sa 11:30am-12:45pm come. Join us and remember the joy of being alive inSection B: Mar 31-Apr 21 Sa 11:30am-12:45pm your body!Both sections: High Desert Yoga - Nob Hill Course: 06460 $130 For: 10 sessionsKatja Lauterstein Section A: Jan 18-Mar 21 W 4:00pm-5:30pm Health & Fitness High Desert Yoga - Nob HillFeldenkrais Method:Awarness Through Movement Workshop Jude RoweThis holistic approach to learning was developed byIsraeli physicist, martial artist and educator, Dr. MosheFeldenkrais. The method uses movement to providenew information directly to your nervous system.Verbally directed, gentle exercises will be used to guideparticipants through a series of exploratory lessons thatOnline: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-6320 117
    • Yoga For Folks Over Fifty Yoga for Back Care It’s never too late and you are not too old or stiff to Much of our back stress arises from our sedentary begin to explore the wonders and benefits of Yoga lifestyles. Do you drive or sit for hours on end? Or practice. This series of classes will be geared to the perhaps you have a strenuous workload. Yoga postures older beginner. If you are dealing with painful knees or provide the perfect antidote for weak or weary backs. feet, arthritis, osteoporosis, issues of balance or the Strengthening and extending the back muscles proverbial midlife crisis, you will discover how to use enhances alignment, which results in greater stability commonly available props and postures to help allevi- while gentle twists and supported forward bends ate these conditions and begin to reverse the aging lengthen shortened muscles. Mobilizing the shoulder process. So if you are 50+ or merely feel like you’ve girdle and softening around the heart allows you to lived half a century, open up to the best years of your breath more deeply and further releases you from the life with Yoga! Note: Not a medical class - call instruc- grip of tension. Join us for an exploration of the spine tor to discuss any serious condition before signing up. and the muscles that hold us up, not back! Note: If Course: 06461 $105 For: 6 sessions you have any existing medical condition, you must Section A: Jan 19-Feb 23 Th 4:00pm-5:15pm provide physician approval to take this class. Required Section B: Mar 22-Apr 26 Th 4:00pm-5:15pm Text: Runner’s World Yoga Book, Couch (available at Both sections: High Desert Yoga - Nob Hill High Desert Yoga) Judy Mortellaro Course: 06464 $105 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jan 23-Mar 12 M 4:00pm-5:15pm Yoga for Menopause Section B: Mar 19-May 7 M 4:00pm-5:15pm This class will address the issues of menopause from Both sections: High Desert Yoga - Nob Hill the yogic perspective. You will learn ways to better Supriti handle hot flashes, memory disturbance, depression, insomnia, mood swings, weight gain, bone density Kundalini Yoga issues, hormonal balance and more. Menopause is a All levels welcome. Feel the magic of tapping into your natural life transition. In class we will explore ways that own eternal flow of power. Kundalini Yoga is designed the yoga asanas (poses), breath work, and other tech- to give you a ‘hands-on’ experience of your highest niques can enable us to pass through this process conciousness. It teaches a method by which you can mindfully, with less stress and more joy. Appropriate achieve the sacred purpose of your life. Work with for all levels of yoga experience. breath, postures, and movement. Experience self-heal- Course: 06462 $90 For: 6 sessions ing, a stronger nervous system, manage your moods, Section A: Jan 21-Feb 25 Sa 2:15pm-3:45pm balance your chakras and increase your flexability. This New Heart Center for Wellness is Kundalini as taught by Yogi Bhajan. Patsy Gaetano, Yoga Instructor Course: 06466 $105 For: 8 sessions Section A: Mar 3-Apr 21 Sa 7:00am-8:30am Restorative Yoga High Desert Yoga - Nob Hill Using fully supported, long-held yoga postures com- Dev Saroop Singh Khalsa bined with guided relaxation, we will explore the inner universe of the mind and body. Restorative yoga can Yoga for AthletesGrowth & Enrichment be used to help heal, let go of emotions, release the Most of our athletic activities involve one-dimensional nervous system, nourish the inner organs, calm the or repetitive movements that repeatedly overtax certain mind, reduce anxiety and insomnia, and induce a med- muscle groups while underutilizing others. Even itative state. This class is beneficial for those with phys- though an athlete is strong, there will exist instability, ical challenges as well as seasoned students wanting to imbalance and tightness in muscles and joints. When a deepen their inner experience of yoga. yoga program is integrated into training, these issues Course: 06463 $120 For: 12 sessions are addressed resulting in greater ease, less injury and Section A: Jan 18-Apr 4 W 6:00pm-7:30pm improved performance. This yoga class will build Section B: Jan 22-Apr 8 Su 12:30pm-2:00pm endurance and strength, bring flexibility to chronically Both sections: New Heart Center for Wellness tight muscles, increase mobility, stabilization and align- Patsy Gaetano, Yoga Instructor ment in joints, and increase lung capacity through learning full diaphragmatic breathing. This class willHealth & Fitness also deepen the athletes mind-body connection increasing body awareness, relaxation and focus during athletic practice and competition. Course: 06470 $130 For: 6 sessions Section A: Jan 16-Feb 20 M 7:15pm-8:30pm High Desert Yoga - Nob Hill Heatherlee Farrell 118 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-6320
    • Pilates: Reformer Train like a Fighter: KickboxingLearn a contemporary approach to the Reformer exer- Learn how to kickbox and punch and get a greatcise repertoire created by Joseph H. Pilates. The exer- workout at the same time! You will develop self-confi-cises in this course are designed to improve posture, dence as you learn essential kickboxing techniques in abody awareness, core strength, and stability. All exer- supportive, safe class environment. We will train withcises will be performed in a controlled manner and heavy bags, speed bags and kickboxing pads. This maywith proper breathing techniques in order to empha- be the most fun workout you’ve ever tried. Come onsize the mind-body connection. If you have a health time to wrap your hands and warm up. Bring gymcondition you must bring a physician’s approval. This clothes and towel. You can purchase your own boxingclass is limited to 5 students. gloves and professional hand wraps for women andCourse: 06475 $325 For: 10 sessions men at the school. Tony Rosales has over 30 years ofSection A: Mar 5-May 7 M 7:00pm-8:30pm martial arts and kick boxing experience; and holds theSection B: Mar 7-May 9 W 7:00pm-8:30pm rank of Professor Eighth Degree Black Belt; as well asSection C: Mar 9-May 11 F 6:30pm-8:00pm being the New Mexico representative for theSection D: Mar 10-May 12 Sa 12:30pm-2:00pm International Kickboxing Federation, the MTA andSection E: Mar 11-May 13 Su 2:00pm-3:30pm WKA.All sections: Shedden Pilates Course: 06478 $110 For: 10 sessionsMariana Shedden, PhD Section A: Feb 2-Apr 5 Th 6:00pm-7:00pm Rosales Karate & Kickboxing AcademyPilates: Reformer Tony RosalesLearn a contemporary approach to the Reformer exer-cise repertoire created by Joseph H. Pilates. The exer- Introduction to Aikidocises in this course are designed to improve posture, Aikido is a Martial Art from Japan and means the waybody awareness, core strength, and stability. All exer- of harmony with the principle and force of nature.cises will be performed in a controlled manner and Learn the basic fundamentals of body movement,with proper breathing techniques in order to empha- technique and the philosophy of Aikido. Most practicesize the mind-body connection. If you have a health is done with a partner; each works at his or her level ofcondition you must bring a physician’s approval. This ability, alternating as uke (the attacker) and nage (theclass is limited to 5 students. one who receives the attack). Both roles are stressed;Course: 06476 $300 For: 8 sessions each contributes skills that enhance overall sensitivitySection A: Jan 10-Feb 28 T 4:00pm-5:30pm and control. The final aim of Aikido is personal trans-Section B: Jan 12-Mar 1 Th 4:00pm-5:30pm formation, it is a discipline for perfecting the spiritSection C: Mar 20-May 8 T 4:00pm-5:30pm which allows for the creation of integrated human beings. Practice uniform is included in the fee.Section D: Mar 22-May 10 Th 4:00pm-5:30pmAll sections: Shedden Pilates Course: 06480 $125 For: 16 sessions Section A: Feb 10-Mar 31 F 5:45pm-6:45pmMariana Shedden, PhD Sa 10:45am-11:45amFitness Boxing Aikido of AlbuquerqueDiscover your personal power, to have fun, and to get Philip Vargas Growth & Enrichmenta great aerobic workout. Why boxing? Boxing trainingdeals with the body in an integrated way that involvesbalance, strength, timing, and flexibility. In a worldthat often feels chaotic, boxing training lets you assertyour will in a safe environment. It also promotes emo- Are you 50 or over? If so, you are eligible to receivetional calm because it’s such a great stress reliever. a 10% discount for all Growth & Enrichment classesReap the benefits of boxing exercise without getting and most Business & Technology classes. Become ahit or hurt. Get in shape and have fun while you learn member of our Osher Lifelong Learning Institutethe basics of punching, foot work and working out and find out about this and other exciting benefits towith the bags. Bring gym clothes and towel. You can joining this unique community of learners.purchase your own boxing gloves and professionalhand wraps for women and men at the school. Tony Membership in our Osher Lifelong Learning Health & FitnessRosales has over 30 years of boxing and training expe- Institute opens the door for adults 50 and aboverience, as well as being a certified Professional Boxing to choose from many thought-provoking, non-creditReferee. classes in areas like art, history, literature andCourse: 06477 $110 For: 10 sessions science.Section A: Feb 11-Apr 14 Sa 9:00am-10:00am $20 Membership fee.Rosales Karate & Kickboxing Academy For more information contact Maralie BelongeTony Rosales at (505) 277-6179 or visit dce.unm.edu/Osher.Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-6320 119
    • Aikido for Self Defense sions are easier to make, and a new relationship to life Aikido is a Martial Art from Japan and means the way is established. Greater longevity is a definite goal of of harmony with the principle and force of nature. such Chi Kung (balancing of the Chi) activity. T’ai Chi Learn to defend yourself using the principles of non- Chih is beautiful, joyous, and easy to learn. It is resistance from a former Gang Enforcement Officer. known as joy thru movement. To be appreciated, it This course will be focused on practical Aikido tech- must be experienced. niques designed for self protection. Since techniques Course: 06487 $90 For: 8 sessions do not rely on blunt force, Aikido can be effectively Section A: Jan 17-Mar 6 T 5:30pm-7:00pm learned and practiced by men and women of all ages, T’ai Chi Chih Center sizes and athletic ability levels. Added benefits include, Carmen Brocklehurst, Accredited T’ai Chi Chih improved self confidence, core strength, cardiovascular Instructor endurance and a more flexible body and mind. Participants will also learn how to fall and roll safely. T’ai Chi Chih®: Intermediate This course is for everyone 13 years old and older. T’ai Chi Chih® is more than the mere movement of Practice uniform is included in the fee. hands and feet. Intermediate T’ai Chi Chih helps the Course: 06481 $165 For: 20 sessions student develop a new awareness of the basic move- Section A: Feb 6-Apr 11 MW 5:45pm-7:15pm ments learned in the beginning class. Through empha- Aikido of Albuquerque sis of specific points such as, openness of the upper body, movement from the waist, quietness of the body Philip Vargas while in motion, staying with the basic movements, The Nia Technique and full extension of the arms and legs without The Nia Technique is a fun, energetic holistic program becoming stiff, the student begins to feel a more con- that provides fitness for the body, the mind, the emo- tinual flow of re-energizing, revitalizing, stress reduc- tions and the spirit. It is a blend of martial arts, dance ing chi throughout the body. The underlying philoso- arts and body integration therapies (Tai Chi, Tae phy of YIN and YANG will also be explored. Students Kwon Do, Aikido, Jazz, Modern Dance, Duncan will realize how our lives are constantly seeking bal- Dance, Yoga, Alexander Technique, and Feldenkrais). ance. Through this new perception of what balance is, Done in bare feet, our dance relaxes the body and practitioners will find that they have the ability to increases strength, stamina, and flexibility. Simple cho- experience a richer, happier and more fulfilling life. reography and beautiful music encourage new ways of This class is perfect for those who appreciate the moving that allow for creativity and self-expression. increased energy that is felt from group practice of T’ai Visualization and focus on sensation create grace and Chi Chih. greater self-awareness. Nia is adaptable for any fitness Course: 06488 $90 For: 8 sessions level. Come experience the joy and pleasure of move- Section A: Jan 19-Mar 8 Th 5:30pm-7:30pm ment. T’ai Chi Chih Center Course: 06483 $95 For: 10 sessions Carmen Brocklehurst, Accredited T’ai Chi Chih Section A: Jan 18-Mar 21 W 6:00pm-7:00pm Instructor Section B: Jan 23-Mar 26 M 5:30pm-6:30pm Weight Lifting for Women Both sections: Healing GateGrowth & Enrichment Specifically for women, this popular class began in Kathleen Fuchs, BA is a certified NIA Instructor 1993. This beginning course emphasizes using proper T’ai Chi Chih®: Beginning weight lifting techniques and focuses on muscle toning T’ai Chi Chih® - Serenity in Activity, is a series of 19 using light to moderate weights. Basic anatomy and movements and one pose which were originated by different types of strength training will be consistently the T’ai Chi Master, Justin Stone. The new technique, noted. Enrollment is limited to 12 students to insure T’ai Chi Chih, does not have the martial arts, self individual attention. It is designed for healthy women defense influence. T’ai Chi Chih can be easily learned with no apparent physical limitations or medical needs. in a short eight-week period, with benefits usually Reserve your spot today. beginning from the first class. The purpose of T’ai Chi Course: 06495 $155 For: 15 sessions Chih is to circulate the vital force and balance the Yin- Section A: Apr 3-May 5 TThSa 9:00am-11:00am Yang of this Intrinsic Energy. The practitioner usually Mike’s Iron GymHealth & Fitness becomes relaxed, as well as energized, in a gentle man- Joseph Behrend, Certified Personal Fitness Trainer, ner. As the individual becomes calm and balanced, a Owner of One on One Fitness new understanding and perspective are formed, deci- 120 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-6320
    • Weight Lifting for Seniors from 8:30am-10am. The yoga class will be a mixedThis introductory course in weight lifting is held level appropriate for most students without seriousspecifically for seniors with little or no prior lifting physical limitation. Please contact the instructor priorexperience. Several studies have illustrated the impor- to start date.tance of developing and maintaining strength for sen- Course: 06511 $105 For: 4 sessionsior citizens in particular. Class participants will be Section A: Apr 14-May 5 Sa 10:00am-11:30amshown proper weight lifting techniques using light to Studio Yantramoderate weights based on individual strength. Patsy Gaetano, Yoga InstructorWomen and men ages 55 plus are welcome!Enrollment is limited to 12 seniors with no serious Yoga Core Flowhealth complications. Reserve your spot today! This class is a challenging and energizing experienceCourse: 06496 $155 For: 15 sessions your body will appreciate. The beginning of this classSection A: Apr 2-May 4 MWF 9:00am-11:00am will focus on Yoga and Pilates poses that strengthenMike’s Iron Gym abdominal and back muscles while developing pelvic stability. Precise postural alignment will be taught andJoseph Behrend, Certified Personal Fitness Trainer, you will be encouraged to find your intelligent edge.Owner of One on One Fitness Then you will be lead through a vigorous flowingT’ai Chi Ch’uan — Traditional Yang Style fusion of Yoga and Pilates poses emphasizing deepLong Form: Beginners rhythmic breathing. With imaginative sequencing andIn this course you will learn the First Section of the inspiring music as the backdrop for this practice, stu-traditional Yang Style: 108 movement Long Form of dents of all levels can safely develop core strength, bal-T’ai Chi Ch’uan, the most widely practiced form of ance and improve their overall sense of well-being.T’ai Chi in the world. Regular practice of T’ai Chi Course: 06514 $120 For: 12 sessionsCh’uan has many documented health benefits, includ- Section A: Jan 17-Apr 3 T 6:00pm-7:30pming stress reduction, enhanced body awareness, New Heart Center for Wellnessimproved balance and lower body strength, and relief Patsy Gaetano, Yoga Instructorof certain knee conditions. T’ai Chi can also serve as aform of moving meditation. After many years of study Yoga Basics 101it can become an intensely powerful internal form of This is a great opportunity for those who are completeKung Fu for the truly dedicated practitioner. Special beginners to yoga to prepare to enter a mixed levelemphasis is placed on: methods of improving balance class. These are also excellent classes for those gettingskills, identification and release of areas of tension back to yoga after an extended absence or those want-within the body, and eliminating habits which can ing to deepen their understanding of the basic princi-cause stress to the knee and lower back. Virginia ples of alignment and anatomy in their current prac-Huettig has been studying Traditional Yang Family tice. This offers an opportunity for students with man-Style T’ai Chi Ch’uan for 16 years and has been teach- ageable physical issues to experience classes dedicateding it for 9 years. to the basics and a more easily accessible yoga practice.Course: 06497 $90 For: 6 sessions Course: 06515 $95 For: 6 sessionsSection A: Feb 7-Mar 13 T 6:00pm-8:00pm Section A: Jan 29-Mar 4 Su 2:15pm-3:45pm Growth & EnrichmentSection B: Mar 20-Apr 24 T 6:00pm-8:00pm New Heart Center for WellnessBoth sections: Garfield Middle School Patsy Gaetano, Yoga InstructorVirginia Huettig Alignment and Flow YogaIn Pursuit of Prana: Yoga, Nature & Food This yoga class explores alignment principles in theThese days many people enjoy the benefits of yoga asanas (poses) and the combining of these asanas intoclasses. They are often unaware that the building of a creatively sequenced flow. The pace is challenging yetprana through yoga is what keeps us all coming back. comfortable with an emphasis on breathing techniquesDiscover the concept of prana, what it is, why we want and the meditative aspects of yoga. Students of all lev-it, how to build it and how to retain in. We’ll explore els will be encouraged to explore their edge safely.three sources of prana: our yoga practice, the beauty This inspiring practice will leave you with increasedand wonder of nature and a healthy plant-based diet. flexibility, strength, coordination, concentration and Health & FitnessThis class will meet on Saturday mornings at the east inner calm.mountains outdoor yoga studio of the instructor. You Course: 06516 $110 For: 12 sessionsare encouraged to bring a vegetarian brown bag lunch Section A: Jan 22-Apr 8 Su 10:30am-12:00pmfor after class. Come early as the grounds of the out- New Heart Center for Wellnessdoor studio and labyrinth will be open to participants Patsy Gaetano, Yoga InstructorOnline: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-6320 121
    • Yoga with Chronic Conditions Yoga for Weight Loss “But I can’t get up off the floor,” we hear you say, or, Losing weight has a lot of components. The principals “It hurts my knees.” With over 25 years experience in of yoga can re-shape our minds along with our bodies; teaching yoga to people of all abilities, the instructor and change how we see and treat ourselves. In this of this class says: “Let’s explore.” There are three large practice, the yoga poses support the body in weight therapy platforms and several smaller options for those loss; and as the practice continues, the mind’s attitude who are not comfortable on a floor mat. There is a about the body. As anyone who has ever worked at ballet bar for stability in standing poses—and just wait losing weight knows, the effort is as much in the mind till you see what we do with a chair! Your expertise is as it is in the body. Gloria Drayer will lead you your body’s limitations. We experiment to find the through yoga poses to help strengthen the body. best variation and sequencing of poses for your body. Learn the techniques of mindful eating and mediation Bring an open mind and we’ll see what we can accom- to encourage love of the body and mind. plish with patience and persistence. Please bring your Course: 06520 $110 For: 8 sessions doctor’s name & fax number to the first session. Section A: Jan 10-Feb 28 T 6:00pm-7:15pm Course: 06517 $110 For: 14 sessions A Time To Relax Yoga Studio Section A: Mar 12-Apr 25 MW 12:00pm-1:00pm Gloria Drayer, Certified Yoga Teacher Good Samaritan Society Manzano del Sol Village Yoga For Cycling Spanda Bhavani, ERYT Whether you ride a mountain bike, a road bike, or Yoga: Beyond the Basics something in-between, Yoga for Cycling can help This class is suitable for those students that have taken those tight hamstrings, wrists and shoulder issues, an introductory level of class and wish to deepen and lower back tightness, and other physical expressions refine the practice. This is a comprehensive and well your body undergoes from cycling. Yoga can also rounded practice. Students can continue to find out improve focus and concentration, so you can really get what their personal challenges are and how to address the most from your rides! This class will help you by them in a healthy and balanced way. doing poses specifically designed for bikers. As little as Course: 06518 $110 For: 8 sessions 10 minutes before and after biking can improve the Section A: Mar 30-May 18 F 9:30am-11:00am way you feel, physically and mentally, before, during High Desert Yoga - Nob Hill and after your ride. Tuesdays, 6:00 PM - 7:15 PM; 6 Zoreh Afsar sessions starting March 6 to April 10, 2012 Instructor: Gloria Drayer RYT Location: A Time To Relax - Yoga for the Emotions 11603 Menaul Blvd NE Albuquerque, NM 87112. Asanas and their effects offer a gateway into under- Directions: East of Menaul / Juan Tabo intersection, standing our habitual emotional responses and psycho- on north side of street. logical patterns. In this class we will work with poses, Course: 06522 $95 For: 6 sessions alignment principles and techniques that are offered in Section A: Mar 6-10 T 6:00pm-7:15pm an introductory or level-one yoga class. However, spe- A Time To Relax Yoga Studio cial emphasis will be placed on noticing subtle experi- Gloria Drayer, Certified Yoga Teacher ences of the poses in our face, heart, and abdomen. Intermediate YogaGrowth & Enrichment The somatic knowledge gained from this awareness informs us of our emotional states and gives us the This yoga class is for those practitioners comfortable in tools to shift and retrain our nervious systems. Recent a level one class. We will continue work with standing discoveries in neuroscience have led to a description asanas and explore more challenging asanas that may and understanding of the polyvagal system. The poly- include inversions, backbends and arm balancing vagal theory informs us that regulation of the heart, asanas. Some of the class may incorporate some degree stomach, and muscles of the face and head are the pri- of vinyasa; an uninterrupted series of asanas. mary determinants of the quality of our emotional Course: 06525 $95 For: 8 sessions experiences and social interactions. When we are able Section A: Jan 17-Mar 6 T 5:45pm-7:15pm to notice and shift our moment by moment physiolog- High Desert Yoga - Nob Hill ical states, we are able to live with greater emotional Kim Schwartz, PhD ease.Health & Fitness Course: 06519 $110 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jan 19-Mar 8 Th 4:00pm-5:15pm High Desert Yoga - Nob Hill Heather Kazda 122 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-6320
    • Yoga: Release and Recenter Introduction to Senior StrengthStart the week centered and relaxed, with this nourish- and Balance Traininging, gentle yoga practice. This class includes both Enjoy a casual yet focused workout. Learn the impor-restorative and active postures, bringing balance and tance of maintaining muscle mass to age gracefully andhealth to the body, and always ends in a luxurious remain independent. This class is designed for thosesavasana. We practice with intention and depth, feeling new or returning to exercise. Practice simple routinesinside the subtle alignment of the postures, while gath- for your major muscle groups. Discover adjustments toering the threads of awareness inward, to create free- have a pain-free workout. The instructor is certified asdom and clarity in our hearts, our minds, our lives. a Personal Trainer and Group Fitness Instructor by theCourse: 06526 $95 For: 8 sessions American Council on Exercise. She has experienceSection A: Mar 26-May 14 M 10:30am-12:00pm training people with chronic conditions. Please bringHigh Desert Yoga - Nob Hill your doctor’s name and fax number to the first class.Avery Janeczek Kalapa Course: 06531 $125 For: 16 sessions Section A: Jan 19-Mar 13 TTh10:30am-11:30amYoga, Breath and Pranayama Good Samaritan Society Manzano del Sol VillageThe breath is an amazing tool to facilitate wellness on Anne Schroederall levels of our being: physical, mental, emotional andspiritual. Or as Ralph Waldo Emerson put it, the Zumba® Aerobic Dancebreath is a “cordial of incredible virtue.” We’ll open The Zumba® Program fuses hypnotic Latin rhythmsand prepare the body and mind with a short series of and easy to follow moves to create a one-of-a-kind fit-gentle flowing yoga poses. We’ll then proceed to sup- ness program that will help you to tone and sculptported reclining restorative poses and work with both your body while reducing body fat and developingBreath Awareness and then yogic Pranayama. muscle tone. Routines will feature interval training ses-Pranayama is one of the most beneficial practices of sions where fast and slow rhythms and resistance train-Yoga. This practice works with the breath in somewhat ing are combined to create a dynamic workout experi-exaggerated depth and rhythms, in the hopes that ence. Bring a towel. Please show up on time so as notwhen we return to our normal breath, it will naturally to disrupt ongoing classes.be deeper, slower and smoother. These qualities of the Course: 10682 $110 For: 10 sessionsbreath help to lower blood pressure, reduce heart rate Section A: Feb 1-Apr 4 W 6:15pm-7:15pmand take us to a level of the nervous system that Rosales Karate & Kickboxing Academyinduces calm and steadiness. Experience with Yoga is Cheri Rosaleshelpful but not necessary, if there are no serious physi-cal limitations. SalsaerobicsCourse: 06527 $80 For: 6 sessions If you enjoy Latin music, this is the exercise class forSection A: Mar 11-Apr 15 Su 8:45am-10:15am you! Lose weight and get in shape as you exercise toNew Heart Center for Wellness the Latin beat. Learn basic Latin dance steps such as salsa, cumbia, cha cha, mambo, merengue, and more.Patsy Gaetano, Yoga Instructor This class will start at a beginning level, graduallyGentle Chair Yoga increasing to a higher fitness level. Come and enjoy Growth & EnrichmentPractice Yoga in a manner that is slow paced, gentle aerobics -Latin style! Wear comfortable clothing andand supported. All postures will be practiced either good aerobic shoes.seated in a chair or using the support of the chair Course: 10684 $95 For: 16 sessionswhile standing. Modifications and alternative poses will Section A: Jan 23-Mar 14 MW 5:30pm-6:30pmbe offered as needed. Students will be encouraged to Section B: Jan 24-Mar 15 TTh 5:30pm-6:30pmrespect the limits of their bodies, while exploring indi- Section C: Mar 19-May 9 MW 5:30pm-6:30pmvidual means of expansion within those limits. The use Section D: Mar 20-May 10 TTh 5:30pm-6:30pmof Yoga props such as blankets, bolsters and straps will Section E: Feb 11-Mar 31 Sa 9:00am-10:00amfurther support us in the deeply relaxing Restorative All sections: Baila! Baila! Dance StudioYoga poses. Students will be encouraged to create a Baila Baila Staffshort personal Chair Yoga Routine to serve their indi-vidual needs and that could be practiced at home. Register Now! Continuing Education is a Health & FitnessPlease come to class with a fairly empty stomach and self-sustaining department. All courses have setwear loose comfortable clothing. minimum enrollments and decisions on courseCourse: 06528 $80 For: 6 sessions cancellations are made 2-3 days prior to theSection A: Mar 3-Apr 7 Sa 2:15pm-3:45pm start date of each class. Please don’t wait untilNew Heart Center for Wellness the last minute to register.Patsy Gaetano, Yoga InstructorOnline: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-6320 123
    • Life Journey Necklace Imagine how your life would look if you were to express it in beads. Enjoy a day in the instructor’s east Relaxation mountain studio creating a necklace that symbolizes your journey. Guided visualization will connect you Self-Hypnosis for Change with landmark events. In this meditative state, you’ll Hypnosis is a natural process that we all drift in and arrange these events on paper. Choosing the beads to out of naturally every day. By using self-hypnosis, we represent them is a leisurely process with time for can change many unwanted behaviors, for example, reflection. Materials and beads from all over the world change unhealthy eating habits, increase our self-confi- are supplied. No bead stringing experience is necessary. dence, stop smoking, and manage stress and anxiety. Sharing your life story deepens the process and is a cel- This is just the start of learning how to direct our ebration of your life’s inherent balance — balance minds to create the life we want. The process is safe, which may not have been evident til this point. Bring a simple, and easy to learn and use. Join us as we discov- lunch. Note: A materials fee of $25 is payable to the er what hypnosis is, how to set up a successful self- instructor at the beginning of the first class. hypnosis session, how to use various techniques to Course: 04339 $90 For: 1 session hypnotize ourselves, and how to create and use post- Section A: Apr 28 Sa 9:00am-5:00pm hypnotic suggestions. We’ll experience several hypnosis McFarland Studio in Sandia Park sessions, and we’ll practice and trouble-shoot our own Beverly McFarland, Multimedia Artist & Herbalist and self-hypnosis experiences. Accreditied T’ai Chi Chih Instructor Course: 04333 $45 For: 1 session Section A: Feb 4 Sa 9:00am-1:00pm You Can Manifest CE South Building Learn the science of manifestation and begin creating Jean D. Stouffer, CHt, HBCE your heart’s desires. You will learn the similarities and differences of the Law of Attraction, prayer, positive Learn to Heal thinking, guided imagery and self-hypnosis. You will You can learn to reduce pain, reduce stress, and to learn the steps and receive guidance to manifest posi- heal. These methods can be used alone and in con- tive changes. This is an experiential and powerful junction with medical doctors to help the healing workshop. You will leave feeling inspired and invigor- process. You can use them for yourself and to help ated, knowing that you have the power to create posi- alleviate pain and stress in others. Methods include tive changes and to manifest your desires. simple energy approaches and self-hypnosis. These Course: 04342 $65 For: 3 sessions methods help heal physical, emotional and spiritual Section A: Jan 30-Feb 13 M 6:30pm-9:00pm pain. You will also learn how to improve your brain CE South Building function. There are no supplements involved. The methods are mind power and energy manipulation. Rita Herther, MA Course: 04334 $75 For: 3 sessions Consumers Guide to Herbs Section A: Jan 25-Feb 8 W 6:45pm-8:45pm and Other Supplements CE South Building In the United States, health-conscious people spendGrowth & Enrichment Rita Herther, MA billions of dollars yearly on herbs and supplements. There is an overwhelming amount of information in the media about a vast array of products. Unfortunately, much of this information is inaccurate and “experts” are often conflicted with each other. The frequent outcome: consumers are confused, don’t choose the best products, and waste large amounts of money. Topics included in this class: why take supple- ments, how they may contribute to optimal health, safety considerations, herbs and supplements for specif- ic problems and conditions, and how to get the most bang for your buck. Herb McDonald has had a privateRelaxation practice as a clinical herbalist for over 20 years, helping individuals seeking better health. The information pre- sented will be based on a combination of current research and professional experience. Course: 06452 $35 For: 1 session Section A: Mar 10 Sa 1:30pm-4:30pm CE South Building Herb McDonald, Certified Iyengar Yoga Instructor 124 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-6320
    • Ayurvedic Yoga Flow Introduction to ReikiAyurveda is a timeless system of healing that states Reiki is vital energy and an easily learned healing art.every individual is unique, being composed of the Five Anyone can use Reiki for self and others. It providesElements: Earth, Air, Wind, Fire and Space. Earth relief during childbirth or chemotherapy, in hospice,builds our muscles and stabilizes our mind-thoughts; post-surgically and other times of suffering. It relievesWater provides lubrication giving us flexibility in those stress, insominia, fatigue and pain and accelerates heal-challenging poses; Fire sharpens our intellect and gives ing of body, mind and spirit. In this introductory classthe heat necessary to cleanse the toxins in our body; you learn about Usui Shiki Ryoho Reiki, its history,Air provides us with movement and joy through our levels of training and practical applications. You canpractice; and Ether, through meditation and sound, experience the Reiki touch, have your questionsconnects us to our inner self of wisdom. love and com- answered, and develop a basis for deciding whether orpassion. The first 5 weeks will focus on individual ele- not to pursue Reiki treatment or training. Elizabethments in order of Earth, Water, Fire, Air and Ether. Valsala has practiced Reiki for 24 years and has been aThe last 2 weeks you will go deeper into which ele- full-time Reiki Master since 1991.ments reside the most within you creating your Course: 06469 $40 For: 1 sessionPrakriti unique individual constitution, and which ele- Section A: Mar 24 Sa 1:00pm-4:00pmments in your Yoga practice to use to keep your con- CE South Buildingstitution in balance. Elizabeth Valsala, BA, Reiki MasterCourse: 06458 $89 For: 7 sessionsSection A: Jan 28-Mar 10 Sa 10:30am-12:00pm Yoga Nidra: Deep RelaxationBody Balance Yoga Yoga Nidra translates as yogic, or conscious sleep. ThisEaster Bonnifield refers to the state of deep relaxation that is achieved through a variety of yogic guided practices. SettlingMother Infant Yoga into a relaxing reclining position, after a few gentleRediscover your body and connect with your baby stretching poses, you will be led thru guided medita-through yoga! In this class we will focus on yoga poses tions and breathing practices. Lying still for most ofthat help the body recover from childbirth, and specifi- the class, we’ll also practice rotation of body aware-cally address the day-to-day needs of new mothers. We ness, which stimulates different parts of the brain,will learn how to open and relieve aching shoulders helping to strengthen the mind-body connection.and backs, how to strengthen core abdominal muscles Practicing these techniques takes one to the same stateand restore tone to the pelvic floor, and how to reju- as experienced in deep sleep, the delta state. It isvenate ourselves after meeting the demands of a new believed that one hour of effective Yoga Nidra isbaby. We will also learn how to incorporate baby into equivalent to 3-4 hours of sleep. Yoga experience isour yoga practice while engaging in movement, breath helpful, but the class is suitable for all who can com-and meditation practices. We’ll take some time just for fortably lie still for 30-40 minutes in a supportedbaby — exploring developmentally appropriate move- reclining position.ment, basic baby massage, and play, play, play! This Course: 06479 $120 For: 12 sessionsclass is appropriate for non-mobile babies from six Section A: Jan 21-Apr 7 Sa 12:30pm-2:00pmweeks to approximately one year. New Heart Center for Wellness Growth & EnrichmentCourse: 06465 $105 For: 6 sessions Patsy Gaetano, Yoga InstructorSection A: Apr 4-May 9 W 10:45am-11:45amHigh Desert Yoga - Nob Hill Yoga: Breathe and RestoreAnneke Faas, Certified Iyengar Yoga Instructor This restorative yoga class is designed to give you a peaceful vacation from your busy life. Those who suf- fer from stress, insomnia, chronic pain, lack of energy, depression, recent surgery or injuries could benefit greatly from this class. We will practice simple breath awareness in supported yoga poses to release deep ten- sion. As the layers of tension dissolve, one feels refreshed, renewed and balanced. As the body learns deep relaxation, the mind starts to focus and become Relaxation more clear and still. Join us to nourish and nurture your body, mind and spirit. Course: 06482 $95 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jan 19-Mar 8 Th 6:45pm-8:15pm Section B: Jan 21-Mar 24 Sa 11:30am-1:00pm Both sections: High Desert Yoga - Nob Hill Avery Janeczek KalapaOnline: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-6320 125
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