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    • Mission StatementTraining Partners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 CultureTuition Remission . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 The Mission of the UNM Story of New MexicoHow to Register . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Division of Continuing Travel and Lecture Series . . . . . . . . . .95Dean’s Message . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Osher Lifelong Learning . . . . . . . . . . .107 Education is to lead andDepartment Directory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3Staff Directory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Growth & Enrichment collaborate with theCourse Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .163 community and within the General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . .110Information and Policies . . . . . . . . . . .166 Table of Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .111 University to developFinancial Aid and Loan Information . .166 Off Campus Location Guide . . . . . . .113 concepts, strategies, andNon-Credit Registration Form . . . . . .168 Personal Growth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .115 delivery systems whichBusiness & Technology Personal Enrichment . . . . . . . . . . . . . .130 Especially for Youth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .159 generate relevant lifelongTable of Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 learning opportunities forOnline Training Information . . . . . . . . . .7 Community ServiceCustom Training a diverse, evolving society. Spanish Resource Center . . . . . . . . . .162 and Consultation Services . . . . . . . . . . .8 DWI Awareness Training . . . . . . . . . . .162Certificate Programs and Certifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11Course Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41 Vision The Vision of the UNMTraining Partners Division of ContinuingUNM Continuing Education partners with many companies to provide the very bestin local, national, and international training. In service to the community we also Education is to enrich theenhance access to professional organizations through required content courses, test personal andprep classes, and contact information. In many cases testing vouchers are availablefor sale and our testing center is conveniently located on our campus. professional lives of people through quality creative and innovative ® learning experiences. Produced by the Marketing Department, UNM Continuing Education Kim Halpern Marketing Director Deborah Kastman Graphic Design & Production Manager Sarah Radaelli-Sanchez Graphic DesignRegistration | 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
    • Office Hours Non-Credit Registration Center Mon-Fri, 7:30am-5:30pm with the exception of holidays.* Fill out Registration Form (page 168) completely, with course & section (See list below.) numbers. Business policies, such as our refund policy, are on page 166. Important Dates Register Online Walk it in Non-credit registration for the Fall dce.unm.edu M-F, 7:30am-5:30pm semester begins July 18. Registration is UNM Continuing Education ongoing throughout the semester. Our online registration module is quick, 1634 University Blvd. NE Fall classes start August 22. convenient, and always available. (just north of Please register early as many popular View class schedules, register for courses, and Indian School) classes fill quickly! more... online, anytime, anywhere. Payment must be made in *UNM offices are closed: full at time Some of the advantages of online registration: Sep 5, Nov 24-25, Dec 23-30, 2011 of registration. • Create and update your own confidential student profile Free Parking Mail it in Parking is free and readily available for • Access your transaction records and transcript UNM Continuing Education all classes held at the UNM Continuing • Schedule your favorite classes Attn: Registration Education/UNM Conference Center • Enjoy easy, safe payment protected by Verisign™ MSC07 4030 complex. Please refrain from parking in • Receive confirmation email with class number 1 University of New Mexico the clinic or Masonic Lodge parking lots Albuquerque, NM adjacent to our campus. Your car may be 87131-0001 towed or ticketed. If our front and back Phone it in parking lots are full, free overflow parking 505-277-0077 Fax it in is located at 1642 University Blvd, two M-F, 7:30am-5:30pm with Visa, MasterCard, lots north of our campus. 505-277-1990 Discover or American Express. 24 hrs. a day! Please have course numbers and section letters ready. Fax or mail instructions: Tuition Remission for UNM Fax/mail registration form Faculty/Staff/Retirees: Confirming Your Enrollment together with When you enroll in a non-credit class by phone, one of the following: (forms found online at dce.unm.edu) • Visa, Mastercard, Discover or mail or Fax, we will send you an enrollment Use UNM’s tuition remission for American Express number confirmation by mail or email. We will notify you approved UNM Continuing Education • Purchase order of any changes to the class. non-credit classes. Eligible Professional • Check (mail only) Development categories include Note: If your enrollment confirmation doesn’t • UNM tuition remission form Information Technology, Digital Arts, arrive within two weeks, call (505) 277-0077 Please call our office to confirm Professional Development and Skills, during office hours, M-F, 7:30am-5:30pm. receipt of fax. and Health Care and Human Services Business and Technology, and approved Health and Fitness courses listed under Growth & Enrichment. 10% discount is available towards non-credit classes for: Please Note: IRS Regulations require • Anyone registering for three or more classes at the same time; that Tuition Remission benefits used to • Organizations registering three or more employees in the same class; register for any Health and Fitness • Senior citizens age 65 or older with proof of age (also available online); courses, which are listed under the • UNM students with a valid UNM ID; Growth Enrichment section of this • Couples Rates are available for some dance and Money Matters classes. catalog, be included as taxable income and subject to withholding. Please refer The couples rate is considered a discount, and all rules apply. to the UNM Business Policy 3700 at Discount is available with phone/walk-in registration only. Discount is available only http://www.unm.edu/~ubppm/ubpp- at original time of registration. Discount is not transferable, cumulative or applicable to manual/3700.htm for complete Tuition any in-class materials, books or special fees. For third-party funded students, the Remission policy information. It is the standard discounts offered may not apply. Discounts are not available for the Story ofRegistration employee’s responsibility to monitor New Mexico Lecture Series or Field Trips, Osher, the Substance Abuse Studies Training their use of Tuition Remission. Program, select Business & Technology or Custom Training courses. No discounts on For questions regarding the UNM Ed2Go, Gatlin or Skillsoft online courses. Individual programs may offer special tuition remission benefit, call the benefits office at 505-277-MyHR. discounts or incentives. See individual program information for complete details. 2 Registration Form page 168 | Information and Policies page 166
    • Dr. Rita Department Directory Martinez-Purson Most Requested Numbers Dean, UNM Division of Catalog Requests (505) 925-9562 Continuing Education Registration (505) 277-0077 Conference Center (505) 277-5984 Reception Desk (505) 925-9562 Fax NumbersMessage from the Dean All Programs (505) 277-8975 Registration (505) 277-1990Tap opportunities for personal and professional advancement this Fallat UNM Continuing Education. Our courses, conferences, workshops, Conference Center (505) 277-6080seminars and educational trips and tours are designed for quality andaccessibility—conveniently scheduled and affordable. As with every Educational Programssemester, we are pleased to highlight some exciting new program Professional Development (505) 277-6038options for your consideration. Health and Human Services (505) 277-6025Professional Development offerings are strong in our core of Fallsemester classes. We have top-notch courses, workshops, conferences, Digital Arts (505) 277-6037seminars and online training, along with many professional certification Computer Training (505) 277-6033programs including Emergency Medical Technician, Paralegal Certificate,Geographic Information Systems, Microsoft Office Specialist, and Sports Macintosh Training (505) 277-6037and Action Photography. Customized courses for your organization are Custom Training (505) 277-6034our specialty, so give us a call if you’d like to hear more about this Story of New Mexicooption at 505-277-6034. Travel and Lecture Series (505) 277-0563Have you been thinking about developing your creative side, strengthen-ing your fitness and well-being, or learning more about history and Osher Lifelongculture? Our Growth and Enrichment offerings and educational trips and Learning Institute (505) 277-6179tours can expand your world. Try something new or strengthen your Growth & Enrichment (505) 277-6320current knowledge through courses delivered in a variety of formats,from lectures and short courses to conferences and outings. Fall Youth Programs (505) 277-0698offerings include a tour to Canyon de Chelly, Cooking on a Budget,the Art of Investing and much more. Community ServicesOur Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) is a membership-based DWI Awareness Training (505) 277-6170educational program for adults 50 and over, with affordable courses Spanish Resource Center (505) 246-2261specifically designed to meet the interests and needs of our growing ext. 125community of more than 800 members. Take at look at our newwestside location at Del Webb Alegria, offering 16 new courses. Community Outreach (505) 277-6034Because UNM Continuing Education serves all ages of learners, youth Cariño Early Childcare TTAP (505) 277-1262offerings are also available. You’ll see The Moms and Daughters in Child Care (505) 277-5193Partnership Conference in our programs for the younger set. Learning is Referral Services (505) 277-2685lifelong at UNM Continuing Education.We’d love to help you reach your learning goals. Come join us this fall. Toy Lending Library Info (505) 277-3155 Administration/Business Operations Dean of Continuing EducationSincerely, Rita Martinez-Purson (505) 277-9351 Associate Dean of Finance Joseph Miera (505) 277-2511Dr. Rita Martinez-Purson Marketing Department (505) 277-1584Dean of Continuing Education and Community Services Kim Halpern 3
    • Staff Directory Business and Technology Business & Technology Reception Desk Nanette Bowring, Program Support General information Business and Technology Programs Phone: (505) 925-9562 Phone: (505) 277-6445 email: nbowring@unm.edu email: adminsupport@lxdce.unm.edu Program Support Custom Training and Consultation Business and Technology Programs Phone: (505) 277-1202 Leah Kier, MA, Senior Program Manager. Customized Training and Consultation Services Phone: (505) 277-6034 Culture email: wlkier@unm.edu; Joan Cok, Program Supervisor customtraining@dce.unm.edu Story of New Mexico, Lectures and Travel Phone: (505) 277-0563 email: joanrc@unm.edu Barbi Cappel, MA, Training and Development Program Administrator Maralie BeLonge, Program Supervisor Instructional Design, Online Courses, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Workplace Language Acquisition Phone: (505) 277-6179 email: belonge@unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-2382 email: bjcappel@unm.edu Donna Robbins, PhD, Training and Development Growth & Enrichment Program Administrator Marie McGhee, Senior Program Manager Professional Development, Leadership and Management Phone: (505) 277-6320 email: mmcghee@unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-6447 email: drobbins@unm.edu Naomi Sandweiss, Program Supervisor Andy Pena, Custom Training Coordinator Youth Programs, Camps, Events Custom Program Support, IT Custom Services Phone: (505) 277- 0698 email: naomis@unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-9360 email: apena01@unm.edu Cariño Early Childhood TTAP Business & Technology Programs Malisa Kasparian, Senior Program Manager Sherry TenClay, Senior Program Manager Cariño Early Childhood TTAP Professional Development & Skills Programs Phone: (505) 277-0954 email: mkaspari@unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-6038 email: sherrytc@unm.edu Amy Bazan, Program Manager Loree Nalin, Program Supervisor Cariño Basic Services Health Care Careers, Human Services Careers, Phone: (505) 277-1469 Substance Abuse Studies Training Program, email: amybazan@unm.edu Community Engagement Phone: (505) 277-6025 Cindy Gonzales, Program Manager email: lnalin@unm.edu; hhs@dce.unm.edu Cariño AIM HIGH Phone: (505) 277-0729 Caroline Orcutt, Program Supervisor email: cgonza02@unm.edu Digital Arts, Macintosh, Apple Authorized Training Center Dolores Burkholder, Librarian Phone: (505) 277-6037 Cariño Toy & Resource Library email: digitalarts@dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-3155 email: dburkhol@unm.edu Program Supervisor Computer training, CompTIA, GIS, Finance and Accounting, AutoCAD, Project Management Phone: (505) 277-6033 email: itpro@dce.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 ..........................................................28 Custom Training and Consultation Services........................8 Graphic Design and Visual Communication ....................28 Free InfoBytes ..............................................................................10 Web Design and Development ............................................29 Certificates and Certifications ................................................11 Multimedia ....................................................................................30 Course Descriptions with dates, times, Digital Photography....................................................................31 tuition and instructor ............................................................41 Digital Filmmaking ......................................................................33 Music Production........................................................................33 Leadership, Management and Apple Creative Professional ....................................................34 Supervision ......................................................12 Animation and Motion Graphics ..........................................36 Leadership University ................................................................12 Supervisory Skills ........................................................................12 IT Professions ....................................................37 Advanced Supervisory Skills....................................................12 CompTIA Certifications for Systems Engineering ..........37 Microsoft Professional and Oracle Online ......................39 Leadership and Management Tools ..........13 ITIL Certification ..........................................................................39 Project Management Certificates..........................................13 AutoCAD ........................................................................................40 Event Management....................................................................14 Geographic Information Systems (GIS) ............................40 Training and Facilitation Certificates ....................................14 Course Information ..........................................41 Employment and Career Development ....15 Professional Development and Skills..................................41 Global Career Development Facilitator Training..............15 Leadership and Management Tools ....................................44 Graduate School Exam Prep ..................................................15 Employment and Career Development ............................52 Business and Professional Careers......................................54 Business and Professional Careers ............16 Health and Community Action Development ................62 Administrative Assistant Careers ..........................................16 Computer Skills ..........................................................................70 Finance and Accounting ........................................................16 Digital Arts ....................................................................................75 Paralegal Studies ........................................................................18 IT Professions ..............................................................................90 Real Estate Broker’s License Series ....................................18 Course Skills Assessments......................................................92 Registered Real Estate Appraiser ........................................18 Health and Community Action Development......................................................19 Emergency Medical Services..................................................19 You can teach a class with us Health Care Careers ..................................................................19 Are you experienced in your professional field? Keys to Well Being ....................................................................20 Do you coach, teach or train others? Consider Human Service Careers ..........................................................21 sharing your expertise with the professional commu- Community Engagement ........................................................24 nities in Albuquerque and the surrounding region. Mediation and Conflict Resolution Certificates ..............24 Opportunities for instructors, trainers, consultants and tutors are available in both our public and cus- Computer Skills ................................................25 tom training areas. Refer to the staff directory on Computer Literacy ......................................................................25 page 4 and send a short email to the appropriate Desktop Computing ..................................................................26 supervisor or manager describing your area of Macintosh ......................................................................................27 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- Register online or by calling (505) 277-0077. UNMtions or concerns, encouraging and motivating you to employees can fax their completed tuition remissionsucceed. These courses are online open enrollment, forms and registration forms to (505) 277-1990.which means all of your lessons are always available to Technical Assistance information is provided by eachyou; your class begins when you log in. Each course vendor at the start of each class. Keep this contactincludes a set of lessons and evaluations. Books and information and your user name and password nearbymaterials are mailed to you. You will have access to for easy access and immediate assistance. Save thiseach course for up to six months. information for any future online classes. You may also contact our vendor liaison, Nanette Bowring, For advisement, contact the program supervisor for Monday–Thursday at (505) 277-6445, or your area of study (see page 4). ceonline@unm.edu. Technical Assistance is provided by each vendor at Some courses allow you to print your certificate imme- diately upon successful completion of your class at a the time of registration. For immediate assistance pass rate of 70% or higher. contact our vendor liaison, Nanette Bowring, Monday–Thursday at (505) 277-6445, or ceonline@unm.edu. Other online courses available through Register online or by calling (505) 277-0077. UNM UNM Continuing Education employees can fax their completed tuition remission forms and registration forms to (505) 277-1990. Medical Transcription Editor Online 64 Pharmacy Tech Online 64 Coming soon: Medical Office Assistant Online 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 7
    • Custom Training and Consultation Services Business and Technology Business & Technology Examples of Custom program topics include: Leah Kier, MA, Professional Development Community Outreach Leadership and Management • Project Management • and Custom Training Project Management Office Setup (PMO) • Earned Senior Program Manager Value Management (EVM) • Lean • Six Sigma • Team Effectiveness • Communications • Conflict Leah Kier, the UNMCE Community Resolution • Diversity • Ethics • Sexual Harassment Outreach and Custom Training Professional Skills Senior Program Manager, has over twenty years of Employability Skills • Business and Technical experience in the field of training and development. Writing • Customer Service and Customer She has managed, designed, developed and deliv- Relationship Management (CRM) • Sales • Public ered hundreds of training courses and programs for Speaking and Presentation Skills • Finance and Accounting • Office and File Organization • government and business clients on a local, state, Health Care and national level. Leah has a Master’s degree in adult learning and training, and serves on the board Manufacturing and Engineering Construction Management • Good Manufacturing of the New Mexico Chapter of the American Society Practices (GMP) • LEED • Lean Manufacturing • for Training and Development. Green Building and Retrofitting • Engineering Management • Solar Photovoltaics • Wireless Communications • Lasers and Applications • Fiber Optics • Pro/Engineer Software Custom Training Custom training is a cost-effective, targeted way to Languages enhance job skills and workplace performance. UNM Workplace English: Continuing Education’s Custom Training Program English for Professionals • Workplace English (ESL) can customize any course in this catalog to meet the for Custodial, Food Service, and Hospital Service Staff needs of your business or organization. Our staff will Workplace Spanish: work with you to create a customized training pro- Workplace Spanish for Law Enforcement • EMTs • gram that aligns with your training and organizational Firefighters • Banking • Customer Service • requirements. Our experienced, dedicated, and certi- Call Center • Custodial • Medical Staff fied instructors will deliver the custom training pro- Information Technology gram to your employees. Microsoft Office 2007 and 2010 • MS Project • Advantages of Custom Training AutoCAD • GIS • ITIL • SharePoint • Programming • Create specialized courses, certificate programs, (.NET, C++, C#, PHP, Java, Perl, MySQL, SQL, conferences, and workshops XML) • CompTIA Certifications (A+, Network +, • Discover options ranging from one-on-one Linux +, Security +, Server +) • Microsoft Technical training to entire organization training rollouts Certifications • Linux • Cisco • Macintosh • Save money with cost-effective group training Digital Arts • Arrange training dates and times to meet your Graphic Design • Web Design and Development • schedule Computer Graphics • Photography • Video • • Reduce travel time with on-site training Audio • Animation • Motion Graphics • Adobe • • Target training content for your business’s Apple Pro Training • Multimedia specific needs • Use your business’s data for exercises and examples for targeted learning 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. The programsUNM Continuing Education we develop are based on content gathered from experts and include metrics that measure the amountGovernment University of employee knowledge and skills gained from specific training programs. We can help you design, develop,UNM Continuing Education’s Custom Training support, and implement training and organizationProgram offers courses and programs that are specifi- solutions for your business.cally designed for your state or federal trainingrequirements. For example, we offer project manage- Types of Workplace Learning and Performancement training that leads towards PMI certification and Training Services Availableis in alignment with requirements of state and federal • Training Manual Design and Developmentcontract officers, program and project managers. • Web Course Design and DevelopmentUNMCE also offers Lean Government courses that using WebCT, Blackboard or Moodleuse Lean production principles and methods that cre- • Needs Assessment and Evaluation Servicesate a culture of continuous improvement. And, • On-the-Job Training (OJT) Program DesignUNMCE offers Leadership and Management and DevelopmentPrograms that are uniquely designed around your stateor federal agency employee needs. Funding forUNM Continuing Education Customized TrainingLeadership University JTIP UNM Continuing Education’s customized trainingUNM Continuing Education is now offering a classes and programs may be eligible for State of NewLeadership University for businesses who want to Mexico Job Training Incentive Program (JTIP) fund-improve the supervisory, management, or leadership ing. JTIP funds customized training for newly createdskills of their employees. Our custom training staff will jobs in expanding or relocating companies in Newhelp you create a unique professional development Mexico.program that will take your organization’s leadership Workforce Investment Act (WIA)to a higher level of effectiveness while improving your UNM Continuing Education’s customized trainingorganization’s business results. Customized training classes and programs may be eligible for WIA fundingoptions could include workshops, peer support groups, for businesses through the New Mexico Departmentand employee coaching. of Workforce Solutions Workforce Investment Act for skills in demand in Healthcare, Manufacturing, or Construction.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 info Byte Explore new interests or get expert advice on technical issues. FREE demonstrations open to the public. S E R I E S Current Trends with Inbound Marketing Getting Started with ePublishing and Social Media As ePublishing becomes increasingly popular, the abil- Social media continues to change lifestyles, businesses ity to create and electronically publish a document and interactions. Learn what drives people to share becomes more accessible. This one-hour infoByte information and opinions online and how your busi- presents the basics of publishing documents electroni- ness can effectively spread content through social cally; discusses software needed—some you may already have; and resources to help every step of theinfoByte Series/Conference media. It’s more than just the Facebook love. Go for social media engagement! Join marketing expert way. An overview of publishing for various e-reader Mary Ellen Merrigan to explore the most current devices will also be presented. Join multimedia profes- trends in marketing with social media. sional Anita Quintana for a cutting edge presentation Tuesday, September 27 5:15pm-6:30pm on ePublishing. Tuesday, October 25 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. Invest in Women and yourself! Money Conference Saturday, August 27, 2011 9:00am–4:00pm Topics include Successful budgeting Featured Keynote Speaker, Having a fantastic relationship published author Ann Tardy with your money Ann Tardy is a dynamic speaker and Emotional spending strategic consultant on workforce Divorce and money empowerment issues through her company, Retirement accounts 101 LifeMoxie. Previously Ann was a corporate attorney for 14 years in Silicon Valley and managed the legal Course# 20616 FQA departments of two start-ups before starting her own $125 or $99 for Students and Seniors law firm. Ann earned an accounting degree from the (proof with valid ID) Location: UNM Continuing Education University of Illinois, a law degree from Chicago Kent Conference Center College of Law, and a CPA from the state of Illinois. Breakfast and lunch included Ann is the author of LifeMoxie! Ambition on a Mission-9 Strategies for Taking Life by the Horns and Presented by UNM Continuing Education Moxie for Managers. in partnership with the Rio Grande YWCA 505-277-0077 dce.unm.edu 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 . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 Graphic Design Basics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29 Medical Transcription Editor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64 Negotiation and Conflict Resolution . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 Paralegal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 MS Office Computer Skills . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26 Pharmacy Tech . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64 Professional Writing and Grantwriting courses . . . .69 Phlebotomist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 Project Management (PMP, CAPM) . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 Real Estate Broker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 Web Design Basics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30 Real Estate Appraiser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 Music Production . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33 Apple Pro Certifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34 If a class is full, place your name on the waiting list by Refunds or transfers are allowed up to three busi- calling Registration at (505) 277-0077 or by following ness days before a class begins. Other refund poli- the online registration process at dce.unm.edu. When cies may apply to conferences, educational trips and a new section of a class is added during the semester, tours, Story of New Mexico and other special pro- students on the wait list are contacted first and given grams. Look for refund information in the event or an opportunity to register. 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 Spring 2012 Module 2 Session: Team Effectiveness and 20512 Business Ethics Spring 2012 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 Spring 2012 Module 7 Session: Public Speaking / 20512 Business Ethics Spring 2012 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 69 40112 Win-Win Conflict Resolution 69 drobbins@unm.edu or (505) 277-6447. Visit our 40114 Successful Negotiating 69 website for scheduled classes. 40125 Mediating Workplace Conflicts 69 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 Spring 2012 help you understand the principles of effectively super- 20512 Business Ethics Spring 2012 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 69 receive a 10% discount. 40112 Win-Win Conflict Resolution 69 40114 Successful Negotiating 69 40125 Mediating Workplace Conflicts 69 20500 Making Meetings Effective 42 20524 Productive Performance Appraisals 42 Create your own 21350 Emotional Intelligence at Work 52 Custom Leadership University UNM Continuing Education can create a Leadership University for businesses who want to improve the Government University supervisory, management, or leadership skills of their UNM Continuing Education can create courses and employees. Our custom training staff will help you programs specifically designed to meet state or federal create a unique program that will take your organiza- training requirements. These include PMI certification, tion’s leadership to a higher level of effectiveness Lean Government, and Leadership programs. Please while improving your organization’s business results. contact the UNMCE Custom Training Program at Contact the UNMCE Custom Training Office at (505) 505-277-6034 or email customtraining@dce.unm.edu 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 forthese skills to cost and scheduling tools such as Effective Teams Spring 2012Microsoft Project, integrating project management 21025 MS Project 2007: Project Plan Definition 44practices with project management software. Microsoft 21030 MS Project 2007: Budgeting & Tracking 44 Project ManagementProject is the software of choice for project manage-ment planning and execution. Project Management InformationOur PMI-approved courses can be applied toward the Systems Certificate35-hour education requirement and will promote 21025 MS Project 2007: Project Plan Definition 44increased project management skills in both adminis- 21030 MS Project 2007: Budgeting and Tracking 44trative support and project management staffing. 21041 MS Project 2007: Team Communication and Productivity 44The Project Manager Professional (PMP) andCertified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) Project Management Master Certificateare the project management credentials of choice fornumerous industries and companies. Increase your No. Course PageProject Management understanding and experience, 21000 Applying Project Management forthen prepare to sit for either PMP or CAPM exam. As Effective Teams Spring 2012a member of a credentialed project management team, 21005 Understanding Project Management 44you can improve your organization’s project results 21010 Integrating Project Management:(cost, time, and quality) through the use of accepted Principles and Practices Spring 2012project management tools, techniques, and principles. 21025 MS Project 2007: Project Plan Definition 44For more information on pre-exam requirements, visit 21030 MS Project 2007: Budgeting and Tracking 44the PMI website at http://www.pmi.org/ 21041 MS Project 2007: Team CommunicationCertification.aspx. and Productivity 44For more information contact Sherry TenClay, Are you ready to earn your PMP or CAPMSenior Program Manager, at sherrytc@unm.edu or credential? Check the PMI website for eligibility,(505) 277-6038. then register for our exam prep class.Registration Discount—Enroll for all courses in any No. Course PageProject Management certificate at one time and receive 21015 Project Management Professional (PMP)/CAPMa 10% discount. Certification Exam Prep 44 Negotiation and Conflict Resolution courses have moved to page 69 as part of our new area of Custom Project Management Classes Community Engagement courses. You’ll also find Your business or department may want to take them included in the Intermediate Supervisory Skills customized Project Management classes as a group to Certificate on page 12. Same great instructors, same learn the processes together, and then develop a unique certificate programs, in a new home. Conflict project plan for your business. Also, PMI Exam Prep Resolution/Mediation, Grant writing and Volunteer/ courses are offered to businesses. Please contact the Non-profit management). For more information con- UNMCE Custom Training Program at 505-277-6034 or tact Loree Nalin, Program Supervisor, at email customtraining@dce.unm.edu lnalin@unm.edu or (505) 277-6025, or visit dce.unm.edu. Please note that our primary means of communica- tion with students regarding classes is through email. Ask your employer about your company’s tuition Make sure that your email address is correct when reimbursement programs for job-related courses and registering for a class, and check your email 24 training. Tuition remission is available for UNM Staff hours before your class begins. and faculty.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 13
    • Event Management/Instruction and Facilitation Training Business and Technology Business & Technology Event Management Wedding and Event Planning No. Course Page 21100 Certified Wedding and Event Planner 45 The Wedding and Event Planner certificate is perfect for 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 the ben- nership with The Wedding Planning Institute, UNM efits and requirements of the Certified Special Continuing Education is offering this 40-hour hands- Events Professional (CSEP) designation. on program which covers everything a wedding or event 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 or start your own business as a wedding planner. (505) 277-6038. Instruction and Facilitation Training In partnership with the New Mexico Chapter of the Professional American Society for Training and Development Trainer Certificate (ASTDNM), Continuing Education at UNM offers certificate programs in Instruction and Facilitation Focus on the basics of instructional design, curriculum Training to provide participants with the knowledge development, evaluation of program needs, and train- and skills to become effective professional trainers or ing delivery. Improve the effectiveness of your “stand- to gain advanced skills in delivering presentations and up” training in any setting; and your ability to design leading group discussions. and develop instructional materials, and evaluate train- ing programs. These instruction and facilitation certificates are stack- able. Each certificate also satisfies many of the required No. Course Page courses for the next level. Build your way at a pace 23000 Facilitating Adult Learning 51 that works for you. For more information contact 23003 Instructional Systems Design 51 Sherry TenClay, Senior Program Manager, at 23006 Presentation Skills for Trainers Spring 2012 sherrytc@unm.edu or (505) 277-6038. 23009 Evaluation Skills for Trainers 51 23012 Developing Training Materials Spring 2012 Registration Discount—Enroll in all courses in any 23023 Managing Challenging Participants 51 Instruction and Facilitation certificate at one time and 23007 Creative Presentation Tools receive a 10% discount. and Techniques Spring 2012 23021 Designing Effective Training Activities Spring 2012 Presentation Certificate 23027 Exploring Presentation Styles 51 Enhance your skill in meetings, sales sessions, small group discussions, or training classes with techniques On-line Trainer Certificate learned in these exciting courses. Organize your Coming in Spring! Online Training has moved from a thoughts and present with confidence. Understand the training option to a training essential. Online learning needs of adult learners and build a solid foundation for is a reality for busy adults in demanding jobs or using training as a skill or a career. remote locations. Explore this delivery method that No. Course Page has the potential to expand your learning audience 23000 Facilitating Adult Learning 51 from local to international. Watch for our new multi- 23003 Instructional Systems Design 51 level certificates designed to deliver skills in designing, 23006 Presentation Skills for Trainers Spring 2012 developing, and delivering on-line training to your customers and employees. “Anyone who manages people needs to take this certificate! What a difference it makes in giving pre- To ensure that you have a seat in a class and a copy sentations and leading meetings.” of the course textbook or handouts, we recommend that you register at least one week in advance of the — area retail training manager class start date. 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 Spring 2012 development occupations. Students can expect approx-23125 Getting Your Resume to the Top of the Pile 52 imately 30 hours of homework while completing this Employment and Career Development23126 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 52 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: degree in any field, and be seriously committed to Answers to Tough Questions 52 acquiring or currently working in, a career advisement23146 Acing the Job Interview: position. Contact Jenna Crabb, jennas@unm.edu, for Answers to Tough Questions— program questions. You must attend all class sessions Tutoring Elective Listed on Website in order to be certified. No. Course Page Ask your employer about your company’s tuition 23149 Global Career Development reimbursement programs for job-related courses and Facilitator Training Spring 2012 training. Tuition remission is available for UNM Staff This course is open for early enrollment. Register now! and faculty. Course dates: Mondays, Jan 23-May 14, 2012Graduate School Exam PrepNo. Course Page We are so confident that our programs work, we offer23155 GRE Test Prep 53 our Higher Score Guarantee:23156 GMAT Test Prep Spring 2012 Readiness: A student who doesn’t feel ready to take23157 LSAT Test Prep 53 the scheduled test date can continue to study with us23158 MCAT Test Prep 53 for the next test administration.Visit dce.unm.edu for the latest course details and Satisfaction: A student who does improve, but stilladditions. wants to score higher can study with us again for theGrad school entrance exams are only a few hours in next test administration.length, yet the scores are typically heavily weighted in Money Back: In the rare case that a student does notthe grad school admissions process. Grad school improve, s/he can continue to study with us for therequires a significant investment of time and money. next test administration or can get a 100% tuitionInvest first in getting a higher score on your entrance refund.exam. Guarantee requirements are available atSince 1938 Kaplan Test prep has helped individuals www.kaptest.comachieve their educational and career goals. Kaplan isthe industry founder and world leader in test prepara- Kaplan is pleased to offer its score-raising programs intion. Albuquerque in partnership with UNMCE. Please visit www.kaptest.com or call 1-800-KAPTEST for addi-Kaplan is committed to excellence in and out of the tional program details.classroom with a focus on individual success. Benefitsto students include test-expert instruction Kaplan UNM Tuition Remission Students: Please enrolloffers cutting-edge curriculum and test taking strate- with UNMCE at least 7 days prior to the first class togies the most complete set of student materials on the ensure timely course material delivery.market and personalized practice. To register call (505) 277-0077.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 15
    • Administrative Professionals/Finance and Accounting 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 Spring 2012 Executive Administrative Professional. After complet- 20500 Making Meetings Effective 42 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 Spring 2012 Prerequisites 37151 Bookkeeping Basics 59 51101 Windows: Operating System Basics 70 52143 Word: Advanced 71 52141 Word: Beginning 71 52163 Excel: Advanced 72 52161 Excel: Beginning 71 52182 Access: Intermediate 72 52242 PowerPoint: Intermediate 73 Office Assistant No. Course Page Administrative Office Concentrations 23120 Choosing Your Career Spring 2012 Medical Office Assistant 23105 Work Skills for the Workplace 52 Design Office Assistant 22254 Essential Telephone and Message Skills Spring 2012 51115 Windows: Organize Your Files and Photos 70 Want to prove that your computer skills are what you claim they are? Take the extra step of getting Administrative Assistant certified as a Microsoft Office Specialist in any or all No. Course Page Microsoft Office components. Register for all three 22252 Customer Service in the Workplace Spring 2012 levels of Microsoft Office Word, Excel, Access, or 21420 Organizing Your Work Spring 2012 PowerPoint at one time and receive your testing 04340 Managing Your Time 42 voucher free. For more information see page 26. 22029 Writing for Administrative Professionals 46 52142 Word: Intermediate 71 For more information contact Sherry TenClay, 52172 Excel: Intermediate 72 Senior Program Manager, at sherrytc@unm.edu or 52181 Access: Beginning 72 (505) 277-6038. 52241 PowerPoint: Beginning 73 Finance and Accounting These Finance and Accounting certificates are stack- No. Course Page able. Each certificate also satisfies many of the required 37151 Bookkeeping Basics 59 courses for the next level. Build your way at a pace 37158 Small Business Bookkeeping with that works for you. For more information contact QuickBooks Pro 59 Sherry TenClay, Senior Program Manager, at 52161 Excel: Beginning 71 sherrytc@unm.edu or (505) 277-6038. Registration Discount—Enroll in all courses at one time “I took accounting four times before working with in either Finance and Accounting certificate program this instructor. Dan Valles is the first person who and receive a 10% discount. made Accounting make sense! Thanks!” — a grateful student Bookkeeping Certificate Receive an introduction to accounting equations. Learn how to read a budget report, how to give a budget report, and how a double entry accounting Early enrollment options are available for many of system works. Discover the fun of finance in this pro- our courses. For course listings in addition to those gram where even the most basic questions receive in the current semester, contact your program super- thoughtful, careful answers. visor or visit our website at dce.unm.edu. 16 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Business & TechnologyAccounting with ComputerApplications CertificateAccounting with Computer Applications CertificateLearn real-world accounting skills for service and mer-chandizing businesses, and for evaluating business andorganizational health, to establish a solid foundation ofknowledge for managing your entire financial environ-ment. Refine or expand your financial skills in theaccounting field.No. Course Page Taxation of Persons, Property and Other37151 Bookkeeping Basics 59 Entities—Examine the federal income tax system, with37158 Small Business Bookkeeping with particular emphasis on sole proprietorship, partnership, Finance and Accounting QuickBooks Pro 59 and LLC/corporation taxation.37200 Accounting Principles I 59 Retirement and Employee Benefits—Study qualified37201 Accounting Principles II 59 retirement plans, other tax-advantaged plans, non-52141 Word: Beginning 7152162 Excel: Intermediate 72 qualified plans and employee benefits in a manner that integrates the most important concepts of financial Finance and Accounting Online planning. Estate Tax Planning—Learn about estate planning SkillSoft self-study classes include: and the taxation of estates. Examine the tax implica- 37050N Basic Business Math Skills $189 tions of gifts and bequests, federal estate tax, and 37210N Practical Budgeting Skills revocable and irrevocable trusts, including bypass and for Business $149 marital deduction trusts. 37211N Accounting 101 $199 37212N Finance & Accounting Essentials Capstone Case Course in Financial Planning— for Non-financial Professionals $599 Participate in detailed case analysis, and learn how the 37213N Accounting 102 $179 six major areas of financial planning—fundamentals, 37214N Managerial Accounting $359 investment planning, income tax planning, retirement planning, and estate planning—are integrated to form a complete client package.Executive Certificate in Financial Planning Classes are generally held every other weekend, onThe financial planning field is experiencing tremen- Fridays from 6:00pm to 9:35pm and on Saturdaysdous growth as both experienced financial profession- from 8:45am to 5:00pm. Holidays and local eventsals and newcomers enter the market. Increased will alter the dates and times for some class meetings.demand for financial planners is expected to continue, Visit our website at dce.unm.edu to download anmaking this field a popular career choice. This 9- application, schedule, program information, book list,month certificate program provides students with a and financial calculator information. Submit yourstrong foundation of professional knowledge about application to Sherry TenClay via emailfinancial planning theory, concepts, and practice. sherrytc@unm.edu, fax (505) 277-8975, or mailStudents pay one price for the full six-course program. 1634 University Blvd NE, Albuquerque NM 87102.The program consists of the following importantcourse topics: No. Course PageFundamentals of Financial Planning and Insurance 37280 Executive Certificate in Financial Planning 60Planning—Receive an introduction to the financialplanning profession, to include the concepts of the time Executive Certificate in Financial Planningvalue of money, insurance planning, and the practice ofpersonal financial planning by professional planners. This 9-month certificate program prepares you for a number of lucrative positions in theInvestment Analysis and Portfolio Management— financial industry.Study risk return, debt and equity securities, andoptions and futures contracts. Use a portfolio project Tuition-remission may be used for allto evaluate financial investment alternatives. Study three semestersimportant investment strategies and valuation modelsto understand basic investment principles and practices. Program graduates are eligible to sit for the National CFP exam The Program begins on October 21, 2011.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 17
    • Paralegal Studies/Real Estate and Appraisal Program Business and Technology Business & Technology Paralegal Studies Paralegal Certificate Program Upon successful completion and at the recommenda- tion of the instructor, students are eligible to apply for This program is an intense, fast-paced introduction to a mentored paralegal internship in government setting the legal system, basic concepts of paralegalism, or private law firms. Internship sites are arranged by and legal research and writing. Small classes taught in the instructor. an interactive hands-on style give students a solid foundation in the legal system, legal terminology, civil For more information contact Sherry TenClay, procedure, criminal procedure, evidence, interviewing, Senior Program Manager, at sherrytc@unm.edu or law office management, and ethics. (505) 277-6038. Students who complete this course gain skills in draft- No. Course Page ing documents, interviewing, trial preparation, briefing 37326 Paralegal Certificate Program 60 cases, and legal research and writing, utilizing the 37327 Paralegal Internship 60 UNM Law Library, WESTLAW, and visits to observe motions and trials in the courtroom. Students are Over 80% of our students completing the certificate required to complete basic legal research and writing program and the internship are either currently assignments including legal memoranda. working as Paralegals or enrolled in the UNM School of Law. Real Estate and Appraisal Programs Real Estate Broker’s License Registered Real Estate Appraiser Take the 90 hours of classroom instruction required to Applicants for registration as a Real Estate Appraiser in qualify for a New Mexico Real Estate Broker’s license. New Mexico must complete 75 board-approved class- By law, broker candidates must complete 90 hours of room hours of real estate appraisal, or the equivalent classroom instruction, including 30 hours each in Basic of board-approved education, and demonstrate knowl- Real Estate Law, Real Estate Principles and Practice, edge of the licensing law by submitting a correctly and Broker Basics. Registration Discount—Enroll in all completed questionnaire on NM state license law and three Real Estate Broker’s courses at one time and regulations. Take your 75 hours of instruction in receive a 10% discount. Foundations of Real Estate Appraisal (30 hours), For more information contact Sherry TenClay, Appraising the Single Family Residence (30 hours), Senior Program Manager, at sherrytc@unm.edu or and Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal (505) 277-6038. Practice (15 hours)! For more information go to http://www.rld.state.nm.us/b&c/reappraisers/ No. Course Page index.htm. 37400 Basic Real Estate Law 60 37401 Real Estate Principles and Practice 60 Registration Discount—Enroll in all three Real Estate 37402 Broker Basics 61 Appraiser courses at one time and receive a 10% discount. Broker Basics (37402) qualifies for 10 hours No. Course Page of Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for 37410 Basic Appraisal Principles 61 Real Estate Brokers. 37411 Basic Appraisal Procedures 61 37412 Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice 61 18 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Business & TechnologyHealth and Community Action DevelopmentEmpowering us to strive, engage, develop and celebrate, these newly expanded programs meet the ever changingneeds in Health Care Careers, Keys to Well-being, Human Service Careers and Community Engagement. OurLearning Community brings experts in the fields of health care careers and online training; health, healing andwellness; human service careers; and community engagement to create quality, creative and innovative learningexperiences. Our programs reach out to the University of New Mexico, as well as all of New Mexico to touch theSouthwest and 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 Human Anatomy 63EMSA’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) 63ter online or by calling (505) 277-0077. For ques- 38103 ICD-9 Coding Specialisttions, contact Sherry TenClay, Sneior Program (Basic, Intermediate, Advanced) 63Manager at sherrytc@unm.edu or (505)277-6038. For 38110 Medical Billing and Healthcare Specialist 63more information on the work of the EMS Academy,visit http://hsc.unm.edu/SOM/emsacad/index.shtml Find a new career at the information session with our Career Step partner on Thursday, November 3 atNo. Course Page 6:00 pm. You can RSVP at www.careerstep.com/unm38050 Basic First Aid for the Community & Workplace 6238054 CPR & AED for the Community & Workplace 62 38128 Medical Transcription Editor Online 6438058 Child Babysitting (CABS) 63 38140 Pharmacy Technician Online 6438080 Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Basic 63 38132 Medical Administrative Assistant Online 64 Other online Health care career courses are also available! Visit our website for the growing list on online courses at dce.unm.edu or contact Loree Nalin for additional information at hhs@dce.unm.edu or by phone (505) 277-6025.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 19
    • Keys to Well-Being Business and Technology Business & Technology Phlebotomy Students need to be current on immunizations that are Certificate required for working in the field; it is recommended that students also have current health insurance. Program Please schedule student advising with the Program Our Phlebotomy Supervisor to submit your application packet. For Certificate Program more information, visit our program website at: prepares individuals http://dce.unm.edu/Phlebotomy.htm to enter into the No. Course Page medical profession as 38205 Phlebotomy Essentials, Laboratory, a phlebotomist. This Clinical Experience 64 nine-week training 23105 Work Skills for the Workplace 52 prepares students for Enroll in these courses as the Phlebotomy Student this entry level career in the demanding Package and pay only $2999. healthcare field. Students complete 60 hours of theory, lec- Information Session with Career Step ture and review, 60 Thursday, November 3, 2011 6pm hours of lab, 36 hours of Work Skills in the Workplace. Combine your interest in self-paced, online training In addition, students will complete a 100-hour clinical and a healthcare career. New this fall is the experience at a local clinical site. Medical Administrative Assistant. Join Career Step To apply, prospective students will need to verify all Representatives to learn more on Thursday, prerequisites. Students must be at least 18 years of age, November 3, 2011 at 6pm. Career Step also offers possess a high-school diploma or GED, be willing to Medical Transcription Editor and Pharmacy complete a background check and verify completion of Technician Online training. the Gold Career Readiness Certificate (download the FAQ from http://dce.unm.edu/phlebotomy-2.htm). Keys to Well-Being Certified Personal Training Certificate cate before 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. You can prepare for fessionals. Ask about the availability of CEUs for recer- your personal trainer career with this challenging six- tification of a professional training certificate. week course which targets the knowledge, skills and abilities you’ll need to become a personal trainer and No. Course Page prepare for the National Academy of Sports Medicine 38221 Personal Trainer for NASM Certification 65 (NASM) certification exam. Students are expected to 38225 Tabata Training for attend a minimum of 80% of class hours and pass the Certified Personal Trainers Spring 2012 exam to receive NASM Certified Personal Trainer 38240 CPT Business Concepts Series 65 (CPT) certificate. Students must be 18 years of age or older and have proof of a current CPR/AED certifi- 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 reality is moreincreased recognition and acceptance by consumers in health and wellness issues can be related to nutrition.the past decade. Examine practical applications for per- Health care providers and staff, coaches and counselorssonal well-being and for assisting others to achieve or anyone concerned with long-term plans or lifestyleoptimum wellness. Explore the wisdom of using well- changes can make a difference. These classes andness systems as a complement to current western workshop choices developed a higher understandinghealth care practices or discover new ways that encour- with practical applications for improved health. Bring aage living well. new commitment to overcome challenging conditions and strive to find solutions with clients or patients asNo. Course Page your professional needs allow.38250 Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction Spring 2012 Human Services Careers38261 Clinical Herbalism 101: Foundations 65 No. Course Page38285 Ayurveda: An Integrated Approach 38370 Nutrition Concepts for Wellness: to Wellness Spring 2012 Nutrition with a Twist 65 38360 Diet and Nutrition Workshop: For more Health & Fitness classes see page 115. Ancient Diet to Control Modern Illness Spring 2012 38395 Whole Kid Nutrition: The Tasty Pyramid (Diet & Nutrition Workshop) 66 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 139.Human Services CareersPrevention and Education for Injury, Case Management forViolence and Substance Abuse Human Service ProfessionalsCertification as a prevention specialist through the Examine the shared responsibility model for CaseNM Credentialing Board of Behavioral Health Management. You and your client benefit throughProfessions is a field with the potential to save lives. becoming active partners to meet the challengesThe diversity of this field demands current and evi- ahead. Know what questions to ask in order to coachdence-based practices for the growing workforce. your clients in making the decisions that will moveFocusing on multiple sectors, the training will engage that household toward economic independence or acommunity-based organizations, local and state gov- more sustainable lifestyle.ernments to work together to build sustainable, effec- No. Course Pagetive change in substance abuse, injury or violence caus- 38053 Reality-based Case Management 66es and effects. 38056 Ethical and Professional Issues 67No. Course Page 38055 Case Management Lunch &38651 Substance Abuse Cause and Effect 66 Learn Workshop Spring 201238655 Drugs of Abuse 66 38959 Motivational Interviewing for Health Care and38670 Biological Aspects of Drug Abuse Spring 2012 Human Service Professionals Spring 201238687 Generalist Prevention Training Spring 2012 38765 Case Manager as Coach Spring 2012 38969 Coaching Questions: Motivational Find out how to become a preventions specialist at Interviewing Practice Spring 2012 this orientation on Wednesday, October 19, 2011 at 6:00pm Are you interested in strategies to tackle Many Case Management classes are also issues of abuse, violence or injuries—including unin- NAADAC approved. tentional injuries, homicide, and suicide?Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 21
    • Business & Technology Substance Abuse Studies The weekend format provides a concentrated learning Training Program experience while allowing participants to meet their weekday employment and personal obligations. Classes The Substance Abuse Studies Training Program pro- are from 8:30am to 5:30pm on Saturdays and Sundays vides the skills and tools needed by professionals in the of every other weekend except holidays. The full pro- field of addictions and substance abuse. We offer the gram consists of 14 classes for a total of 224 hours. most current training and resources available in the The textbooks required in this series are Treating most proven and promising treatment modalities for Addictions: A Guide for Professionals (2011) by individuals seeking to become licensed in the field of William Miller, Alyssa Forcehimes, & Allen Zweben substance abuse counseling. Our instructors’ creden- [ISBN: 978-1-60918-638-8] and Substance Abuse tials offer you the best of both worlds—knowledgeable Treatment for Youth and Adults: Clinician’s Guide to educators, who are experienced counselors in the field. Evidence-Based Practice (2009) by David W. Springer With your current counseling license or a degree in and Allen Rubin [ISBN-10: 0470244534]. DownloadHuman Services Careers counseling (from an accredited institution of higher the 2011-2012 required and recommended reading education AA or higher is required by the NMCTPB), list from the web site at http://dce.unm.edu/ this program is specifically designed to meet the edu- substance-abuse-studies-training-program.htm. cational requirements for the Licensed Substance Undergraduate college credit is available through Abuse Associate (LSAA), or Licensed Alcohol and UNM Extended University for an additional fee and Drug Abuse Counselor (LADAC) in New Mexico, as course requirements. Inquire about this with the well as meet NAADAC national standards. Visit Program Supervisor. http://dce.unm.edu to download the FAQ to learn more about enrolling in this training program. Prerequisites for Success Students need to verify all prerequisites with the pro- Due to the intensity and nature of our program we gram supervisor prior to registration. Each course request that those in recovery have been sober for a qualifies for 16 NAADAC Continuing Education minimum of one year before seeking admission. Some Hours (CEH). To receive CEUs, students will need to may find it more helpful to have two or more years in attend all 16 hours of class, and demonstrate under- recovery. Please note that the courses are not intended standing of the material covered by passing the course as part of a recovery program to support participant exam with a grade of 70% or higher. Partial credit is sobriety, or as a replacement for therapy. Students are not given. This program is subsidized by the New expected to be open-minded and willing to learn Mexico Legislature under House Bill 7. Because the about and discuss new and different approaches for the purpose of this funding is to increase the number of treatment of addictions. licensed counselors in the state of New Mexico, seat- ing is limited for CEUs. The subsidized tuition is sub- NAADAC approved CEUs ject to the continuation of this funding. For questions regarding specific requirements for the LSAA and the LADAC certification, contact the New Mexico Orientation Session for Substance Abuse Studies Counseling and Therapy Practice Board at August 3, 2011 6:00pm www.rld.state.nm.us or (505) 476-4610. 22 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Business & TechnologySubstance Abuse Studies Training ProgramNo. Course Page39451 Introduction to Substance Abuse Treatment 6739452 Motivational Interviewing 6739453 Psychopharmacology of Drug Abuse and Pharmacotherapies 6839454 Legal, Ethical and Professional Practice Spring 201239455 Diagnosis, Assessment and Treatment Planning 6839456 Community Reinforcement Approach 6839457 Cognitive Behavioral Treatments and Practicum 6839458 Behavioral Couples Counseling Spring 201239459 Working with Adolescents: Treatment and Prevention Spring 2012 Human Services Careers39460 Managing Co-Occurring Disorders Spring 201239461 Clinical Supervision Spring 201239414 Prevention and Education 6739412 Working with Family Members Spring 2012 Related Courses39413 Group Therapies Spring 2012 39132 Advanced Ethics Summer 2012 39310 LADAC Exam Preparation 67 Enroll in the series for added savings; fall or spring 39470 Counselors Round the Table: Networking, series of 7 classes, each for $99 totaling $693. Resources & More 68 Individual classes are reasonably priced at $129 for 16 hours. Register for 39470—Counselors Round the Table: Networking, Resources & More this fall.Course materials are available through eReserves one week Come join our growing network and advisory groupprior to the start of class. Instructions and passwords to access to provide insight and encouragement as you begineReserves are on your course confirmation. your counseling career.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 23
    • Business & Technology Community Engagement Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Grantsmanship and Proposal Writing Negotiation and dispute-resolution skills are important Learn the skills needed to research, identify, and write keys to success in today’s work environments, whether a successful grant proposal that satisfies your funding negotiating with organizations or working through needs. Learn essential terminology, funding types, relationships with coworkers. Work with professional methods, and practical applications in our mediators to develop your conflict resolution, negotia- Grantsmanship and Proposal Writing courses. We can tion and mediation skills in these interactive certificate provide the tools you need to successfully compete for programs. Learn how to turn win-lose scenarios—or funding! lose-lose “stalemates”—into win-win agreements. No. Course PageCommunity Engagement Negotiation and 42105 Grant Writing: Get a Solid Grip on the Basics Spring 2012 Conflict Resolution Certificate 42110 Grant Writing: Stop Writing the Grant Registration Discount—Enroll for all three courses at and Start Writing the Story Spring 2012 one time and receive a 10% discount. 42135 Grant Research: Where to look for Potential Funders Spring 2012 No. Course Page 42140 Basics of Grant Writing 69 40110 Communicating with Difficult People 69 42145 Grantsmanship Training 69 40112 Win-Win Conflict Resolution 69 42150 Essential Grant Skills Spring 2012 40114 Successful Negotiating 69 UNM employees can use tuition remission. For more Workplace Mediation Certificate information contact Loree Nalin at 505-277-6025 or hhs@unm.edu. Prerequisite: Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Certificate. This course is available for early registra- tion. Add this course when registering for the three Learn strategies for writing clearly, persuasively, and courses listed above to include it in your registration powerfully. For a full list of our writing classes go to discount. page 46. No. Course Page 40125 Mediating Workplace Conflicts 69 Volunteer Management Effective programs and services value the commit- ment of people who share their time, energy and expertise. Providing an effective and supportive envi- ronment will motivate continued participation. This training is designed to be relevant for coordinators with established programs as well as those in the process of creating new ones. Students will be intro- duced to volunteer management recruitment and motivation best practices. Explore ways to enhance the capacity of your organization to recruit and maintain volunteers. For course information visit our website at dce.unm.edu. 24 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Business & TechnologyComputer SkillsComputers are an essential part of our daily lives. Introduce yourself to the things a computer can do for you, orincrease your skills to enhance your job. Our small-class atmosphere, with a maximum of 13 students, meansgreater interaction with instructors and participants in the best possible learning environment. Our computer labsare equipped with individual computers as well as demonstration monitors. Get the hands-on experience you needto 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 Literacy Computer LiteracyAre you a new computer user? Start at the very begin- Computer Literacy Certificate, Level IIning with our small classes and thoughtful instructors. No. Course PageEnroll 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 andsurf the Internet. In addition, get basic information Required Coursesabout the main applications used in desktop comput- 51102 Windows: Operating Systeming. For those excited to learn more about the differ- Intermediate Spring 2012ent operating systems, move to Computer Literacy 54102/21 Macintosh: Operating SystemCertificate Level II. This program focuses on the Intermediatefeatures and functions of Windows and Macintosh. OR Macintosh Maintenance 74/Spring 2012 54116 File Transfer from Macintosh and WindowsComputer Literacy Certificate, Level I and Back Again 74No. Course Page Desktop Computing Electives (choose 1)Prerequisite (as needed) 52141 Word: Beginning 7151001 Beginning Keyboarding 70 52161 Excel: Beginning 71Required Courses (6) Digital Arts Electives (choose 1)51010 Learn to Use a Computer at Any Age 70 54300 iWork and iLife Spring 201251012 Email and the Internet 70 54303 iPhoto: Beginning Summer 201251101 Windows: Operating System Basics 7054010 Learn to Use a Mac: An Easy-Paced Introduction 7454101 Macintosh: Operating System Basics 7451115/4115 Windows: Organize Your Files and Photos OR Macintosh: Organize Your Files and Photos 70/74 Students ages 12-17 who wish to attend classes at Continuing Education may contact the program supervisor for information and registration requirements. Custom Microsoft Office 2007 or Office 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 25
    • Business & Technology Desktop Computing For more information contact the Program Supervisor at businessapps@dce.unm.edu or (505) 277-6033. Microsoft Word MOS No. Course Page 52141 Word: Beginning 71 Choose Your Office Suite. Many of the course 52142 Word: Intermediate 71 requirements for desktop applications certificates can 52143 Word: Advanced 71 be taken in Office 2007 or 2010. Online courses are 2007 Exam: Microsoft 77-601 now available for Office 2003. Visit dce.unm.edu 2010 Exam: Microsoft 77-881 and choose “online courses” on the home page. Microsoft Excel MOS Fast Track Friday classes are a great way to get the No. Course PageDesktop Computing skills you need in one day. 1 day, 8 hours, $229 and 52161 Excel: Beginning 71 lunch is on us! 52162 Excel: Intermediate 72 52163 Excel: Advanced 72 Word: Beginning 52151 Section A Aug 26 2007 Exam: Microsoft 77-602 Excel: Beginning 52171 Section A Sep 9 2010 Exam: Microsoft 77-882 Word: Intermediate 52152 Section A Sep 23 Excel: Intermediate 52172 Section A Oct 7 Microsoft Access MOS Word: Beginning 52151 Section B Oct 21 No. Course Page Excel: Beginning 52171 Section B Nov 4 52310 Access: Beginning 72 Word: Intermediate 52152 Section B Nov 18 52311 Access: Intermediate 72 Excel: Intermediate 52172 Section B Dec 2 52312 Access: Advanced 72 For more information contact the Program 2007 Exam: Microsoft 77-605 Supervisor at businessapps@dce.unm.edu or Access Database Manager Certificate (505) 277-6033. Demonstrate that you have the fundamental skills needed to use an Access database, extract meaningful Microsoft Office Specialist data, and develop large-scale Access applications for The Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) credential is a multiple users. globally recognized standard that meets industry No. Course Page demand and certifies your computer knowledge and skills using 2007 or 2010 Microsoft Office. Find out Required Courses more about this MOS credential at 52181 Access: Beginning 72 http://www.microsoft.com/learning/en/us/ 52182 Access: Intermediate 72 certification/mos.aspx 52183 Access: Advanced 72 52185 Access: Mastering Queries 73 Register for all three classes in any MOS category 52186 Access: Creating Custom Reports 73 below and receive your exam voucher free. Place your 52187 Access: Managing Data 73 voucher request by contacting us at 65011 Relational Database Design Fundamentals 90 businessapps@dce.unm.edu. UNM employees, you may use your Tuition To ensure that you have a seat in a class and a copy Remission benefit for all Business & Technology cours- of the course textbook or handouts, we recommend es. For complete Tuition Remission policy information, that you register at least one week in advance of the please contact the benefits office at 505-277-MyHR. class start date. 26 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Business and Technology Macintosh Business & TechnologyMacintoshContact: Caroline Orcutt, Program Supervisor, Real World Macintosh(505) 277-6037, digitalarts@dce.unm.edu. Certificate—Fast TrackMacintosh Certificates No. Course PageThe Macintosh certificate program prepares students Prerequisitefor operating, upgrading and maintaining Macintosh Basic computer familiaritycomputer systems at home and in the office. In addi- Required Courses (4)tion, this certificate provides the basis for a profession- 54111 Macintosh Operating System: Basics—Fast Track 74al Macintosh consulting and troubleshooting career. 54112 Macintosh OS X AdministeringThe Real World Macintosh option is for those who are and Networking—Fast Track Summer 2012already familiar with the computer and are able to 54122 Macintosh Maintenancework at a faster pace. and Support—Fast Track Summer 2012 54310 Macintosh OS X Applications Summer 2012Macintosh Literacy CertificateNo. Course PagePrerequisite (as needed)51001 Beginning Keyboarding 70Required Courses (7)54010 Learn to Use a Mac: An Easy-Paced Introduction 7454101/11 Macintosh Operating System: Basics 74/7454102 Macintosh Operating System: Intermediate 7454115 Macintosh: Organizing Your Files and Photos 7454116 File Transfer from Macintosh to Windows and Back Again 7454121/2 Macintosh Maintenance Spring 201254300/3 iWork and iLife OR iPhoto: Beginning Spring 2012Electives (1 or more)Any 1 or more Macintosh courses (54000s) or ComputerGraphics courses (56000s) for a total of 6-16 hours. 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 Contact Sherry TenClay, Senior Program Manager, at forwarded to the UNM Continuing Education (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.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 27
    • Graphic Design & Visual Communication Business and Technology Business & Technology Digital Arts Contact: Caroline Orcutt, Program Supervisor, (505) 277-6037, digitalarts@dce.unm.edu. For a comprehensive Digital 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 Communication Graphic Design/Print Certificates Graphic Design/Print Certificate, Level II The Graphic Design/Print certificates focus on profes- No. Course Page sional design and production for printed materials Prerequisites (as needed) including brochures, newsletters, ads, letterhead, Graphic Design/Print Certificate Level I courses, as needed, or posters, etc. Level I provides a beginning overview of equivalent experience graphic 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 75 work on Levels I and II consecutively or concurrently. 55202 Illustration Fundamentals 76 Graphic Design/Print Certificate, Level I 55221/6392 Color Theory Spring 2012/83 No. Course Page Design Electives (choose 2) 55106 Advertising Design Spring 2012 Required Design Courses (5) 55107 Publication Design 75 55101 Graphic Design and Visual Communication 75 55122 The Creative Process Summer 2012 55102/322 History of Graphic Design OR 55123 Logo Design Spring 2012 Photography Spring 2012/76 55224 Cartoon Design Fall 2012 55103 Typography 75 55804 Photography Composition 78 55105 2D Design Spring 2012 55201 Drawing Basics for Graphics 75 Required Business Course (choose 1) 55622 Marketing and Self Promotion for Digital Artists Required Business Courses (2) Summer 2012 55604 Writing Creative Copy for Print and Web Media 76 55623 Marketing with Social Media 77 55625 Legal Issues in Digital Arts 77 55624 Starting a Digital Arts Business 77 Computer Prerequisites (as needed) 55627 Portfolios for Photographers 51101/11/54101/11 Operating System Basics and Designers Spring 2012 70/Spring 2012/74/74 Required Independent Study (1) 54116 File Transfer from Macintosh to Windows 55701 Independent Study in Digital Arts 77 and Back Again 74 Required Computer Courses (3) Required Computer Courses (8) 56123 InDesign: Advanced Spring 2012 56101 Computer Graphics: An Introduction 80 56212 Illustrator: Intermediate 81 56121/6 InDesign: Beginning 81/81 56312/27 Photoshop: Intermediate OR for Print 82/82 56122 InDesign: Intermediate 81 56181 Acrobat Pro: Working with PDFs 81 Computer Elective (choose 1) 56185 Digital Prepress Spring 2012 56129 Book Publishing with InDesign Summer 2012 56211 Illustrator: Beginning 81 56130 ePublishing with InDesign 81 56311 Photoshop: Beginning 82 56213 Illustrator: Advanced Summer 2012 56391 Color Management and Calibration 83 56312/27 Photoshop: Intermediate OR for Print 82/82 56313 Photoshop: Advanced 82 Electives (1 or more) Any 1 or more Digital Arts courses (54000-59999) for a total of 8-16 hours 28 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Business & TechnologyGraphic Design Basics Certificate No. Course PageThe Digital Arts Basics certificates are designed for the Prerequisites (as needed)small business owner, office employee or anyone who 51101/11/54101/11 Operating System Basicswants to learn the basics of digital arts used in design, 70/Spring 2012/74/74marketing and multimedia and needs just the essentials Required Courses (9)to get started quickly. Get started with the basics in 55101 Graphic Design and Visual Communication 75Graphic Design, Web Design, Digital Photography or 56101 Computer Graphics: An Introduction 80all three. These courses also apply to the Level I 56121/6 InDesign: Beginning 81/81certificates. 56122 InDesign: Intermediate 81 56181 Acrobat Pro: Working with PDFs 81 56185 Digital Prepress Summer 2012 56211 Illustrator: Beginning 81 Website Design & Development 56311 Photoshop: Beginning 82 56391 Color Management and Calibration 83Website Design & DevelopmentWebsite Design Certificates Website Design Certificate, Level IIThe Website Design certificates focus on building and No. Course Pagemaintaining professional and effective websites. Prerequisites (as needed)Various tools and techniques for web editing, graphics Website Design Certificate Level I courses, as needed, orand marketing are presented. Level I provides a begin- equivalent experiencening overview of web design. Level II provides the Required Design Courses (3)advanced training needed for the job market. For 55105 2D Design Spring 2012Level II, choose a design or development concentra- 55108 Symbols: Introduction to Visual Literacy 75tion or a combination. You may work on Levels I and 55221/6392 Color Theory Spring 2012/83II consecutively or concurrently. Design Elective (choose 1)Website Design Certificate, Level I 55106 Advertising Design Spring 2012No. Course Page 55122 The Creative Process Summer 2012 55123 Logo Design Spring 2012Required Design Courses (5) 55201 Drawing Basics for Graphics 7555101 Graphic Design and Visual Communication 75 55801/3 Photography with a55102/232/322/32 History of Graphic Design, Digital Camera 77/Summer 2012 Animation, Photography, or 55804 Photography Composition 78 Filmmaking Spring 2012/76/76/Spring 2012 Required Business Course (choose 1)55103 Typography 75 55620 Website Marketing and Search Engine55125 Designing for the Web Summer 2012 Optimization 7655231 Storyboarding Summer 2012 55622 Marketing and Self Promotion for Digital Artists Summer 2012Required Business Courses (2) 55623 Marketing with Social Media 7755604 Writing Creative Copy for Print and Web Media 76 55624 Starting a Digital Arts Business 7755625 Legal Issues in Digital Arts 77 55627 Portfolios for PhotographersComputer Prerequisites (as needed) and Designers Spring 201251101/11/54101/11 Operating System Basics Required Independent Study (1) 70/Spring 2012/74/74 55701 Independent Study in Digital Arts 7754116 File Transfer from Macintosh to Windows and Back Again 74 Required Computer Courses (4) 56311/51 Photoshop: BeginningRequired Computer Courses (10) OR Fireworks 82/Summer 201256101 Computer Graphics: An Introduction 80 58123 Dreamweaver: Advanced 8956181 Acrobat Pro: Working with PDFs 81 58201 Principles of Accessible Web Design Spring 201256211 Illustrator: Beginning 81 58401 Web Programming: Basics 8956311/51 Photoshop: Beginning OR Fireworks 82/Summer 2012 Design Concentration (choose 3)57111 Flash: Beginning 84 56312 Photoshop: Intermediate 8258101 Creating and Maintaining a Website 88 56326 Photoshop for the Web Spring 201258111 (X)HTML: Beginning 88 57112 Flash: Intermediate 8458117 CSS: Cascading Style Sheets 88 58128 Using Dreamweaver and Flash Together Spring 201258121 Dreamweaver: Beginning 8958122 Dreamweaver: Intermediate 89Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 29
    • Business & Technology Development Concentration (choose 3) 58117 CSS: Cascading Style Sheets 88 57131/8411 ActionScript OR JavaScript: 58121 Dreamweaver: Beginning 89 Beginning Spring 2012 58122 Dreamweaver: Intermediate 89 58112/5 (X)HTML: Intermediate OR HTML 5 88/Spring 2012 58130/9411 Dreamweaver and PHP OR Web Web Developer Certificate Programming with PHP Build interactive, data driven websites using both and MySQL Spring 2012 client-side and server-side technologies. Acquire an 58221/231 Content Management Systems understanding of database design and use, develop OR WordPress 89/Spring 2012 basic programming skills, and attain a solid foundation Electives (1 or more) in the construction of websites. Any 1 or more Digital Arts courses (54000-59999) for a total No. Course Page of 8-16 hours Prerequisites (as needed)Multimedia Web Design Basics Certificate 51101/11/54101/11 Operating System Basics 70/Spring 2012/74/74 The Digital Arts Basics certificates are designed for the 52181 Access: Beginning 72 small business owner, office employee, or anyone who wants to learn the basics of digital arts used in design, Required Courses (12) marketing and multimedia and needs just the essentials 58111 Beginning (X)HTML 88 58112/5 (X)HTML: Intermediate to get started quickly. Get started with the basics in OR HTML 5 88/Spring 2012 Graphic Design, Web Design, Digital Photography 58117 CSS: Cascading Style Sheets 88 or all three. These courses also apply to the Level I 58201 Principles of Accessible Web Design Spring 2012 certificates. 58221 Content Management Systems for Websites 89 No. Course Page 58231 WordPress: Beginning Spring 2012 Prerequisites (as needed) 58401 Web Programming Basics 89 51101/11/54101/11 Operating System Basics 58411 JavaScript: Beginning Spring 2012 70/Spring 2012/74/74 59010 Web Standards Spring 2012 59411 Web Programming with PHP Required Courses (9) and MySQL Summer 2012 55101 Graphic Design and Visual Communication 75 59421 Introduction to XML and Related Technologies Fa 56101 Computer Graphics: An Introduction 80 65011 Relational Database Design Fundamentals 90 56181 Acrobat Pro: Working with PDFs 81 56311/51 Photoshop: Beginning Required Web-Authoring Courses (choose 2) OR Fireworks 82/Summer 2012 57111 Flash: Beginning 84 58101 Creating and Maintaining a Website 88 57131 ActionScript with Flash Summer 2012 58111 (X)HTML: Beginning 88 58121 Dreamweaver: Beginning 89 58130 Dreamweaver and PHP Spring 2012 Multimedia Multimedia Certificates: Print, Web, Video 55103 Typography 75 55125 Designing for the Web Summer 2012 The Multimedia certificates focus on professional design and production for print and electronic media Design Elective (choose 1) including websites, CDs, DVDs, self-running presenta- 55105 2D Design Spring 2012 tions, as well as brochures, newsletters, ads, letterhead, 55201 Drawing Basics for Graphics 75 etc. Choose a print/web or web/video production 55231 Storyboarding Summer 2012 concentration or a combination. Level I provides a Required Business Courses (2) beginning overview of multimedia aspects of digital 55604 Writing Creative Copy for Print and Web Media 76 arts. Level II provides the advanced training needed 55625 Legal Issues in Digital Arts 77 for the job market. You may work on Levels I and II Computer Prerequisite (as needed) consecutively or concurrently. 51101/11/54101/11 Operating System Basics Multimedia Certificate, Level I 70/Spring 2012/74/74 54116 File Transfer from Macintosh to Windows No. Course Page and Back Again 74 Required Design Courses (4) Required Computer Courses (10) 55101 Graphic Design and Visual Communication 75 56101 Computer Graphics: An Introduction 80 55102/232/322/32 History of Graphic Design, 56211 Illustrator: Beginning 81 Animation, Photography, or 56311/51 Photoshop: Beginning Filmmaking OR Fireworks 82/Summer 2012 Spring 2012/76/76/Spring 2012 30 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Business & Technology56391 Color Management and Calibration 83 Design and Related Electives (choose 2)57105 Principles of Motion Graphics 83 Any 2 or more Graphic Design, Business, Digital Photography57111 Flash: Beginning 84 or Digital Videography (55000-55999) courses for a total of58101 Creating and Maintaining a Website 88 16-32 hours58111 (X)HTML: Beginning 8858121 Dreamweaver: Beginning 89 Required Business Course (choose 1)58122 Dreamweaver: Intermediate 89 55620 Website Marketing and Search Engine Optimization 76Computer Elective (choose 1) 55622 Marketing and Self Promotion56181 Acrobat Pro: Working with PDFs 81 for Digital Artists Spring 201257105 Principles of Motion Graphics 83 55623 Marketing with Social Media 7757601 Digital Audio: An Introduction 86 55624 Starting a Digital Arts Business 7758117 CSS: Cascading Style Sheets 88 55627 Portfolios for Photographers and Designers Spring 2012 Digital PhotographyPrint/Web Concentration (3)56121/6 InDesign: Beginning 81/81 55635 Budgets and Preproduction for Film and Video 7756122 InDesign: Intermediate 81 Required Independent Study (1)56185 Digital Prepress Spring 2012 55701 Independent Study in Digital Arts 77Web/Video Production Concentration (3) Required Computer Courses (choose 5)55911 Digital Videography: An Introduction 80 56311/51 Photoshop: Beginning OR Fireworks 82/Summer57311/7321/910/1 Premiere: Beginning OR 2012 Final Cut Pro: Beginning OR 56312 Photoshop: Intermediate 82 FCP 100 OR FCP 101/2 84/85/86/87 56326 Photoshop for the Web Spring 201257312/322/911 Premiere: Intermediate OR 57112 Flash: Intermediate 84 Final Cut Pro: Beginning-Intermediate 58123 Dreamweaver: Advanced 89 OR FCP 101/2 Spring 2012/85/87 58201 Principles of Accessible Web Design Spring 2012 58401 Web Programming: Basics 89Multimedia Certificate, Level II Print/Web Concentration (3)No. Course Page 56123 InDesign: Advanced Spring 2012Prerequisites (as needed) 56212 Illustrator: Intermediate 81Multimedia Certificate Level I courses, as needed, or 56312/27 Photoshop: Intermediate OR for Print 82/82equivalent experience Web/Video Production Concentration (3)Required Design Courses (choose 2) 57371/913/41 Color: Beginning OR FCP 300 OR55108 Symbols: Introduction to Visual Literacy 75 Color 101 85/87/8755202 Illustration Fundamentals 76 57411/31/951 After Effects55221/6392 Color Theory Spring 2012/83 OR Motion 85/Spring 2012/Spring 2012 57611/921/81 Logic Pro: Beginning-Intermediate OR Sound 101 OR Logic 101/2 86/Spring 2012/87 If you are working toward a certificate and cannot find the class you need, call Caroline Orcutt Electives (1 or more) at (505) 277-6037 for advisement. Any 1 or more Digital Arts courses (54000-58999) for a total of 8-16 hoursDigital PhotographyDigital Photography Certificates Digital Photography Certificate, Level IThe Digital Photography certificates offer professional No. Course Pagetraining in creating effective photographs, editing and Camera Prerequisites (as needed)manipulating digital photographic compositions, and 55807 Choosing the Right Digital Camera 78developing photographic portfolios. Digital photogra- 55808 Getting Started with Your Digital Camera 78phy may be used in web design, multimedia, filmmak-ing, as a fine art medium or in commercial photogra- Required Photography Courses (5)phy. Level I provides a beginning overview of digital 55322 History of Photography 76photography. Level II provides the advanced training 55801/3 Photography withneeded for the job market. You may work on Levels I a Digital Camera 77/Summer 2012and II consecutively or concurrently. Note: A digital 55804 Photography Composition 78camera is required for these certificates. 55810/24 Using Natural Light OR Nature and Landscape Photography Spring 2012/79Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 31
    • Business & Technology 55821/3 Photography with a Digital Camera II 55825 Photographing People in Digital Spring 2012 OR Digital SLR Techniques Spring 2012/79 55827 Digital Wedding Photography Spring 2012 55829 Event Photography Summer 2012 Required Business Course (1) 55830 Digital Black and White Photography Spring 2012 55625 Legal Issues in Digital Arts 77 55831 Architectural Photography Spring 2012 Computer Prerequisite (as needed) 55832 Sports and Action Photography 79 51101/11/54101/11 Operating System Basics 55835 Multi-Shot Techniques 70/Spring 2012/74/74 for Digital Photography Spring 2012 54116 File Transfer from Macintosh to Windows 55836 Video Recording with your Digital Camera 79 and Back Again 74 55911 Digital Videography: An Introduction 80 OR any other Digital Photography (55800-55899) course. Required Computer Courses (5) 56101 Computer Graphics: An Introduction 80 Required Business Course (choose 1) 56105 Scanning and Digitizing Photos: Basics Spring 2012 55622 Marketing and Self PromotionDigital Photography 56311/31 Photoshop OR Elements: Beginning 82/82 for Digital Artists Spring 2012 56312/32 Photoshop OR Elements: Intermediate 82/82 55623 Marketing with Social Media 77 56391 Color Management and Calibration 83 55624 Starting a Digital Arts Business 77 55627 Portfolios for Photographers Required Photo Organizing Course (choose 1) and Designers Spring 2012 51115/4115 Organizing Your Files and Photos 70/74 54303 iPhoto: Beginning Summer 2012 Required Independent Study (1) 56361 Lightroom: Beginning Spring 2012 55701 Independent Study in Digital Arts 77 Electives (1 or more) Required Computer Courses (2) Any 1 or more Digital Arts courses (54000-59999) for a total 56313 Photoshop: Advanced 82 of 8-16 hours 56392 Color Theory in Digital Media 83 Electives (1 or more) Digital Photography Certificate, Level II Any 1 or more Digital Arts courses (54000-58999) for a total No. Course Page of 8-16 hours Prerequisites (as needed) Digital Photography Certificate Level I courses, as needed, or Digital Photography Basics Certificate equivalent experience The Digital Arts Basics certificates are designed for the Required Design and Photography Courses (3) small business owner, office employee, or anyone who 55101 Graphic Design and Visual Communication 75 wants to learn the basics of digital arts used in design, 55822 Professional Lighting Techniques 78 marketing and multimedia for a business office, organ- 55828 Creating Depth in Digital Photography Spring 2012 ization, or individual and needs just the essentials to get started quickly. Get started with the basics in Photography Electives (choose 4) Graphic Design, Web Design, Digital Photography or 55810/24 Using Natural Light OR Nature and all three. These courses also apply to the Level I Landscape Photography Spring 2012/79 certificates. 55821/3 Photography with a Digital Camera II OR Digital SLR Techniques Spring 2012/79 No. Course Page Prerequisites (as needed) 51101/11/54101/11 Operating System Basics 70/Spring 2012/74/74 55807 Choosing the Right Digital Camera 78 Use Your 55808 Getting Started with Your Digital Camera 78 Photography Skills on a Required Courses (7) Story of New Mexico 55801/3 Photography with a Digital Camera 77/Summer 2012 Trip or Tour 55804 Photography Composition 78 56101 Computer Graphics: An Introduction 80 56105 Scanning and Digitizing Photos: Basics Spring 2012 Photography opportunities abound with Story of 56311/31 Photoshop OR Elements: Beginning 82/82 New Mexico’s tours. Join the Southwest tour to 56312/32 Photoshop OR Elements: Intermediate 82/82 56391 Color Management and Calibration 83 see Canyon de Chelly, Monument Valley, the Hubbell House Trading Post and the Toadlena Required Photo Organizing Course (choose 1) Trading Post, or get some shots at the Festival of 51115/4115 Organizing Your Files and Photos 70/74 the Cranes. See page 101 or dce.unm.edu for 54303 iPhoto: Beginning Summer 2012 additional destinations! 56361 Lightroom: Beginning Spring 2012 32 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Business & TechnologyDigital FilmmakingDigital Filmmaking Certificates 56312 Photoshop: Intermediate 82 56325 Photoshop for Video 82The Digital Filmmaking certificates offer professional 57105 Principles of Motion Graphics 83training in digital filmmaking including videography, 57601 Digital Audio: An Introduction 86video and audio editing, motion graphics, televisionproduction and demo reels. Learn the skills necessary Required Video-Editing Course (choose 1)for professional video projects, film shorts, broadcast- 57311 Premiere: Beginning 84ing or innovative filmmaking. Choose a video or 57321/910 Final Cut Pro: Beginning OR FCP 100 85/86motion graphics concentration or a combination. 57322/911 Final Cut Pro: Beginning-IntermediateLevel I provides a beginning overview of digital film- OR FCP 101/2 85/87making. Level II provides the advanced training need- Video Concentration (2) Digital Filmmaking /Music Productioned for the job market. You may work on Levels I and 57312/322/911 Premiere: Intermediate ORII consecutively or concurrently. Note: A digital video Final Cut Pro: Beginning-Intermediatecamera and tripod are required for some classes in OR FCP 101/2 Spring 2012/85/87these certificates. 57411/31/951 After Effects OR Motion 85/Spring 2012/Spring 2012Digital Filmmaking Certificate, Level I Motion Graphics Concentration (2)No. Course Page 57111 Flash: Beginning 84Required Videography and Related Courses (6) 57411/31/951 After Effects55231 Storyboarding Summer 2012 OR Motion 85/Spring 2012/Spring 201255232/322/32 History of Animation, Photography, or Filmmaking 76/76/Spring Digital Filmmaking Certificate, Level II2012 No. Course Page55804 Photography Composition 78 Prerequisites (as needed)55911 Digital Videography: An Introduction 80 Digital Filmmaking Certificate Level I courses, as needed, or55931 Cinematography Basics: Lights, Camera, Action! 80 equivalent experience55935/42 Green Screen Techniques OR Community Media Studio Production Summer 2012/80 For information on advanced curriculum in Digital Filmmaking, contact the program supervisor.Required Business Courses (2)55625 Legal Issues in Digital Arts 77 Film Production Assistant55635 Budgets and Preproduction for Film and Video 77 Break into the film industry by learning the skills toComputer Prerequisite (as needed) become a highly effective production assistant. Find51101/11/54101/11 Operating System Basics out what a film crew does and determine your place 70/Spring 2012/74/74 on the team.54116 File Transfer from Macintosh to Windows No. Course Page and Back Again 74 Prerequisites (None)Required Computer Courses (6) 55951 Film Production Assistant—56101 Computer Graphics: An Introduction 80 Getting Set Ready Spring 201256311 Photoshop: Beginning 82Music ProductionMusic Production Certificate Required Courses (4) 57601 Digital Audio: An Introduction 86Enter the world of modern music production with 57641 Reason: Software with a Beat 86digital recording, editing and mixing techniques. Put 57691 Music Promotion and Distribution 86together a collection of virtual instruments to be 57611/981 Logic Pro: Beginning-Intermediate ORplayed live or used with other software. Discover dyna- Logic 101/2: An Introduction to Logic Pro 86/87mite production solutions for music bed, soundtrack,hip hop, rhythm and blues, rock, electronic music Advanced Music Production Certificatecreation, and more. No. Course PageNo. Course Page Prerequisites (as needed)Prerequisites (as needed) Music Production courses, as needed, or equivalent experience51101/11/54101/11 Operating System Basics 70/Spring 2012/74/74 Required Course (1) 57983 Logic 301: Advanced Music Production 88Registration | 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: UNM Continuing Education is the only Apple Final Cut Studio Concentrations Authorized Training Center in New Mexico. We offer No. Course Page Apple Training for certification in Final Cut Studio Prerequisites (as needed) and Logic Pro, Apple’s premiere video editing and 57321/910 Final Cut Pro: Beginning OR FCP 100: music production software. We administer exams for An Overview of Final Cut Pro 85/86 all Apple Certifications, including all Creative OR basic knowledge of Final Cut Pro Professional Applications, iLife and iWork, and Mac OS X exams. Preferred 57322/911 Final Cut Pro: Beginning-Intermediate OR Apple Certified Pro FCP 101/2: An Introduction to Final Cut Pro 85/87 Differentiate yourself to employers and prospective Level One Final Cut Pro End User certification clients as an Apple Certified Pro, and gain a competi- tive edge in the ever-changing job market. Apple certi- Suggested Exam Prep (as needed) fication programs create a benchmark for assessing 57799 Tutorial Elective for exam prep (per exam) 74 users’ proficiency in Apple’s professional applications. Sound Editing Concentration (1-2 courses and 1 exam) Level One certification attests to basic operational 57601 Digital Audio: An Introduction 86 knowledge of the application. Level Two demonstrates OR basic knowledge of audio terminology knowledge of advanced features and a deeper under- 57921 Sound 101: Introduction to Sound Editing standing of the application. in Final Cut Studio Spring 2012 57990V Apple Certification Exam Session 88 Apple Certified Pro: Final Cut Pro Level One DVD Studio Pro Concentration (1 course and 1 exam) No. Course Page 57511/931 DVD Studio Pro: Beginning OR DVDSP 101: Prerequisites (as needed) Introduction to DVD Studio Pro 85/87 54101/11 Macintosh: Operating System: Basics 74/74 57990V Apple Certification Exam Session 88 OR basic knowledge of Macintosh OS X Color Correction Concentration (1 course and 1 exam) 56311 Photoshop: Beginning 82 57105 Principles of Motion Graphics 83 Basic knowledge of color correction terminology OR basic knowledge of editing terminology 57371/941 Color: Beginning OR Color 101: Introduction to Color Correction Suggested (as needed) in Final Cut Studio 85/87 57321/910 Final Cut Pro: Beginning OR FCP 100: 57990V Apple Certification Exam Session 88 An Overview of Final Cut Pro 85/86 Motion Concentration (1-2 courses and 1 exam) OR basic knowledge of editing terminology 57105 Principles of Motion Graphics 83 Required Course (1) OR basic knowledge of editing terminology 57322/911 Final Cut Pro: Beginning-Intermediate OR 57951 Motion 101: Introduction to Motion 4 Spring 2012 FCP 101/2: An Introduction 57990V Apple Certification Exam Session 88 to Final Cut Pro 85/87 Suggested Exam Prep (as needed) 57799 Tutorial Elective for exam prep 74 Financial Aid and Loans may be available for many Exam Prep Guide and Practice Exam (see Apple’s website) of our courses and certificate programs and Required Exam (1) certifications. For more information, contact your 57990V Apple Certification Exam Session 88 Program Supervisor, see page 166 or visit our website at dce.unm.edu/loans-financial-aid.htm Apple Certified Pro: Final Cut Pro Level Two No. Course Page Prerequisite UNM employees, you may use your Tuition Level One Final Cut Pro End User certification Remission benefit for all Business & Technology cours- Required Course (1) es. For complete Tuition Remission policy information, 57913 FCP 300: Final Cut Pro Advanced Editing 87 please contact the benefits office at 505-277-MyHR. Suggested Exam Prep (as needed) 57799 Tutorial Elective for exam prep 74 Required Exam (1) 57990V Apple Certification Exam Session 88 34 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Business & TechnologyApple Certified Pro: Logic Pro Level One Apple Certified Pro: Logic Pro Level TwoNo. Course Page No. Course PagePrerequisites (as needed) Prerequisite54101/11 Macintosh Operating System: Basics 74/74 Level One Logic Pro End User certification OR basic knowledge of Macintosh OS X Required Course (1)57601 Digital Audio: An Introduction 86 57983 Logic 301: Advanced Music Production OR basic knowledge of audio terminology in Logic Pro 88Required Course (1) Suggested Exam Prep (as needed)57611/981 Logic Pro: Beginning-Intermediate OR 86/87 57799 Tutorial Elective for exam prep 74 Logic 101/2: An Introduction to Logic Pro Required Exam (1)Suggested Exam Prep (as needed) 57990V Apple Certification Exam Session 88 Apple Creative Professional Certifications57699 Tutorial Elective for exam prep 74Required Exam (1)57990V Apple Certification Exam Session 88 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 all Final Cut Studio topics 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 88 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
    • Animation & Motion Graphics Business and Technology Business & Technology Animation & Motion Graphics Animation and Motion Graphics Certificates Animation and Motion Graphics, Level II The Animation and Motion Graphics certificates offer No. Course Page professional training for moving graphics including Prerequisites (as needed) character design, 2D and 3D animation, video editing Animation and Motion Graphics Certificate Level I courses, as and visual effects. Learn the art and design skills neces- needed, or equivalent experience sary for professional moving graphics, including those for digital filmmaking, the Web, game design, and Required Design Courses (3) other modeling and animation careers. Level I pro- 55221/6392 Color Theory Spring 2012/83 vides a beginning overview of animation and motion 55224 Cartoon Design Fall 2012 graphics. Level II provides the advanced training need- 55935 Green Screen Techniques Spring 2012 ed for the job market. You may work on Levels I and Required Business Course (choose 1) II consecutively or concurrently. 55622 Marketing and Self Promotion for Digital Artists Spring 2012 Animation and Motion Graphics, Level I 55623 Marketing with Social Media 77 No. Course Page 55624 Starting a Digital Arts Business 77 57511/61/931 DVD Studio Pro: Beginning Required Design Courses (4) OR Creating a Digital Demo Reel 55201 Drawing Basics for Graphics 75 OR DVDSP 101 85/Spring 2012/87 55202 Illustration Fundamentals 76 55231 Storyboarding Spring 2012 Required Independent Study (1) 55232/332 History of Animation 55701 Independent Study in Digital Arts 77 OR Filmmaking 76/Spring 2012 Required Computer Courses (6) Required Business Courses (1) 56212 Illustrator: Intermediate 81 55625 Legal Issues in Digital Arts 77 56312 Photoshop: Intermediate 82 56325 Photoshop for Video 82 Computer Prerequisite (as needed) 57113 Flash: Advanced Spring 2012 51101/11/54101/11 Operating System Basics 57131 ActionScript with Flash Summer 2012 70/Spring 2012/74/74 57241 Maya: Beginning 3D Animation Spring 2012 54116 File Transfer from Macintosh to Windows and Back Again 74 Computer Electives (choose 2) 57115 Cartoon Animation with Flash Spring 2012 Required Computer Courses (10) 57141 Game Design with Flash 84 56101 Computer Graphics: An Introduction 80 57235 Maya Lighting Effects 84 56211 Illustrator: Beginning 81 57312 Premiere: Intermediate Spring 2012 56311 Photoshop: Beginning 82 57322/911 Final Cut Pro: Beginning-Intermediate 57105 Principles of Motion Graphics 83 OR FCP 101/2: An Introduction to 57111 Flash: Beginning 84 Final Cut Pro 85/87 57112 Flash: Intermediate 84 57611/921/81 Logic Pro: Beginning-Intermediate 57230 Maya: Foundation 84 OR Sound 101 57231 Maya: Beginning 3D Modeling 84 OR Logic 101 86/Spring 2012/87 57411/31/951 After Effects OR Motion 85/Spring 2012/Spring 2012 Electives (1 or more) 57601 Digital Audio: An Introduction 86 Any 1 or more Digital Arts courses (54000-58999) for a total of 8-16 hours Required Video Editing Course (choose 1) 57311 Premiere: Beginning 84 57321/910 Final Cut Pro: Beginning OR FCP 100: To ensure enrollment in a class, we recommend that An Overview of Final Cut Pro 85/86 you register at least one week in advance of the 57911 FCP 101/2: An Introduction to Final Cut Pro 87 class start date. Get Ahead with a Tutorial Elective Two-hour one-on-one sessions with the instructor of your choice are available in Macintosh and Digital Arts topics if you have attended a 6-hour or longer class in a similar topic. Contact Caroline Orcutt at (505) 277-6037 to schedule a day and time that is convenient for you. $149-$199. 36 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Business & TechnologyIT ProfessionalInformation Technology certifications continue to increase in value. Employers are demanding a concrete methodof assessing the knowledge, skills and abilities of potential employees. A certification demonstrates that you havemet 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 ProgramSupervisor at itpro@dce.unm.edu or (505) 277-6033.CompTIA Certifications for Systems EngineeringLearn the skills in-demand for supporting and manag- Server Technician CompTIA Certifications for Systems Engineeringing today’s complex computer networks. Computertechnicians support local area networks, workstations, Server+ Certificationswitches, printers and peripherals. These positions CompTIA Server+ certification, an international indus-require a broad knowledge of network integration, try credential, validates the knowledge of individualsnetwork interoperability, communication technologies, with 18-24 months of experience with Industrynetwork 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, andA testing voucher is included with each of the multiple CPUs should consider this certification.CompTIA certification courses. Upon completion of No. Course Pageeach course, place your voucher request by contacting Prerequisitesus at itpro@dce.unm.edu.. A+ certification Network+ certificationNetwork Technician Required CourseA+ Certification 63201 Server Administration Concepts (Server +) 90CompTIA A+ certification gives you training and Exam: CompTIA SKO-003experience in the building, maintenance and repair ofpersonal computers. A+ validates the latest skills need- Linux Technicianed from today’s computer support professionals. The Linux+ CertificationA+ credential requires two tests. The Linux+ Certification proves technical competencyNo. Course Page and a broad awareness of Linux operating systems.Required Courses Those holding Linux+ certification demonstrate critical63131 Essentials of Hardware and knowledge of installation, operation, administration, Software Operating Systems 90 and troubleshooting services.63134 Hardware Repair and Troubleshooting 90 No. Course PageExams: CompTIA A+ Essentials 220-701 or JKO-701 AND220-702 or JKO-702 Prerequisites A+ certification Network+ certification or two years of Linux administrationNetwork+ Certification experience.Successful Network+ candidates possess the knowledge Required Coursesto configure and install network hardware, and to 64101 Linux Fundamentals Spring 2012deploy, configure and support software using different 64102 Supporting Linux Workstations Spring 2012network topologies, services, and protocols. Exam: CompTIA LX0-101and LXO-102.No. Course PagePrerequisiteA+ certification or two years of networking experience.Required Course Financial Aid and Loans may be available for many63312 Network Support (Network+) 90 of our courses and certificate programs and certifica-Exam: CompTIA N10-004 or JKO-016 tions. For more information, contact your Program Supervisor, see page 166 or visit our website at dce.unm.edu/loans-financial-aid.htmRegistration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 37
    • CompTIA Certifications for Systems Engineering Business and Technology Business & Technology Security Specialist for Linux Users Security Specialist for Security+ Certification Hardware Functionality Security+ validates your security management skills. No. Course Page The exam covers industry-wide topics including com- Prerequisites munication security, infrastructure security, cryptogra- A+ certification phy, access control, authentication, external attack, and Network+ certification or three years of technical networking operational and organization security. This certification experience with emphasis on security. is recommended for senior technicians with two or Server+ certification more years of experience. Required Course No. Course Page 63511 Security+ 90 Prerequisites Exam: CompTIA SYO-301 A+ certification Network+ certification or three years of technical networking experience 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+ 90 please contact the benefits office at 505-277-MyHR. Exam: CompTIA SYO-301 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 Office 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 Office at (505) 277-6034 or email customtraining@dce.unm.edu for more information. 38 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Business & TechnologyMicrosoft Professional and Oracle OnlineWe 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 Applicationcourses” near the top of the home page. For more Server 10g certification exams will find our onlineinformation contact the Program Supervisor at (505) courses a great way to prepare study and refresh for277-6033, 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 Applicationsystem administrators, and other IT professionals using Server components and concepts are required prior toMicrosoft’s Windows Server 2008 will find online registering for online Oracle course.courses convenient and helpful in exercising theirexisting knowledge and learning the new. Experience Take a look at our online Oracle classes on our Microsoft Professional and Oracle Online/ITIL Certificationin implementing and administering Windows network website at dce.unm.edu.operating systems; familiarity with network servicesand applications is required prior to registering for aMicrosoft Professional online course.Take a look at our Microsoft courses on page 70.ITIL CertificationInformation 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 orto help their organization use IT to provide continu- (505) 277-6033.ous service management and improvement. Thismethod of IT support can improve IT service and pro- No. Course Pageductivity while reducing costs. Required CourseGain a basic understanding of the ITIL framework and 67955 V3 ITIL® Foundation Certification 91how it may be used to enhance the quality of IT serv-ice management within your organization. This threeday course concludes with the ITIL certification exam.This highly interactive course includes a practical blendof instruction, Q&A, case studies, and sample examsto maximize adult learning and practical application.Instruction is delivered by an ITIL AccreditedTraining Organization, Propoint Solutions whoseEXIN Accredited Trainers (ATs) hold the ITIL ExpertCertification and the ISO/IEC 20000 ConsultantRegistration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 39
    • Business and Technology Business & Technology AutoCAD with 3D Modeling Certificate AutoCAD Courses Register and complete any of our AutoCAD classes Computer Assisted Drafting (CAD) proficiency is and receive access to the AutoCAD student version required for architects and other professionals who use for three years. The student version contains the computer drafting and drawing techniques. Learn same AutoCAD software as the $4000 version, but AutoCAD 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 at itpro@dce.unm.edu or (505) 277-6033.AutoCAD/Geographic Information Systems (GIS) No. Course Page AutoCAD Courses 69111 Beginning AutoCAD 91 69112 Intermediate AutoCAD 91 69113 Advanced AutoCAD Spring 2012 69115 3D Modeling with AutoCAD Spring 2012 Related Courses 69116 Introduction to Sketch UP Spring 2012 Geographic 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. http://gis.com/ 69304 Basic Cartography 91 content/who-uses-gis. Our instructors are experts 69305 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems 91 who use GIS in their daily work. 69311 ArcGIS Desktop: Tools and Functionality® 91 69312 Project Management for Learn how to use Geographic Information Systems to GIS Professionals Spring 2012 help identify solutions to complex, real world chal- 69313 Advanced GIS Spring 2012 lenges. GIS provides tools to analyze any comprehen- Related Courses sive set of data tied to location information. More and 52181 Access: Beginning 72 more businesses are turning to GIS to address their 69116 Introduction to SketchUp Spring 2012 needs for data collection and to make more informed 65011 Relational Database Design Fundamentals 90 decisions. For more information contact the Program Supervisor 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 Office 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 Office at (505) 277-6034 or email customtraining@dce.unm.edu for more information. 40 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • This section contains individual course descriptions, dates and times. Please refer to the section beginning onpage 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 coursesections that may be established after catalog publication. 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 Helping Hoarders Do you know a pack rat? A friend, neighbor, family member or other loved one that hoards? Have youDevelopment & Skills seen the hoarding shows on TV and wondered whether their tactics work? Would you like to knowLeadership, Management and how to help hoarders? Come learn from a certified professional organizer who has studied hoarding. HearSupervision what the latest science says about this behavior, how Leadership, Management and Supervision you can help and what doesn’t work.Change is Yours Course: 04305 $45 For: 3 hoursLearn techniques to empower others to make healthy Section A: Dec 6 T 5:30pm-8:30pmlifestyle changes on their terms. As a manager, you Katherine Anderson, CPO-CD, Professional Organizercare about your team and helping them bring out theirbest is your priority. Although not traditionally the Overcoming Procrastinationrole of management, helping employees improve their Procrastination interferes with our productivity andhealth and well-being can have many benefits for your causes stress. Whether you procrastinate occasionallyworkplace: improvements to health, attendance, com- or find that it is interfering in a major way with yourmunication, relationships, focus, stress management, ability to reach your goals, this workshop will help. Seeand emotional well-being. During this class you will be why we procrastinate, and learn from a professionalintroduced to skills and techniques to motivate others organizer ways to overcome the procrastination andand provide accountability without guilt. You will have make better use of your most precious resource, yourtime to practice your skills and create your own plan of time.action. When you apply the information learned dur- Course: 04323 $45 For: 3 hoursing this class, you can empower others to succeed. Section A: Nov 29 T 5:30pm-8:30pmCourse: 04302 $45 For: 3 hours Katherine Anderson, CPO-CD, Professional OrganizerSection A: Oct 27 Th 8:00am-11:00amAntonia Montoya, MS CHES Coping with Distractions Distractions are abundant both at work and at home. For some of us, they can seriously interfere with our ability to function, to be productive, to make and keep Please note that our primary means of communica- commitments to others, and to enjoy our time. Learn tion with students regarding classes is through email. from a certified professional organizer ways to cope Make sure that your email address is correct when with both internal and external distractions as well as registering for a class, and check your email 24 how to stay focused when you need to. hours before your class begins. Course: 04326 $45 For: 3 hours Section A: Nov 15 T 5:30pm-8:30pm Katherine Anderson, CPO-CD, Professional OrganizerRegistration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 41
    • Managing Your Time Managing Time Productively and A recent poll indicates that 83% of the people in this Delegating for Results country want to be better organized! Learn from a Learn how to create goals that lead to greater produc- Professional Organizer how to get around the obsta- tivity. Set priorities and stick to them. Manage conflict- cles to managing your time. Find the time you need, ing role demands. Free up time by delegating tasks for yourself or to give to others, and reduce the stress correctly. Overcome the “I’d rather do it myself” syn- in your life. drome. Set specific goals for the long, intermediate, Course: 04340 $45 For: 3 hours and short terms. Eliminate time wasters. Build daily Section A: Nov 8 T 5:30pm-8:30pm plans that move you toward your goals, while allowing flexibility. Katherine Anderson, CPO-CD, Professional Organizer Course: 20518 $169 For: 6 hours Conquering Clutter Section A: Sep 12-19 M 5:30pm-8:30pm Do you hesitate to invite guests into your home or Nancy Greiff, PhD Business & Technology office? Is clutter getting in the way? Are there piles of things all over? Learn from a Professional Organizer: Motivating and Leading Your Workgroup (1) how to get rid of the clutter and keep it from com- Create an effective link between job performance and ing back; and (2) how to organize what you have. rewards, and succeed as a leader and motivator. This Your home or office can be both functional and beau- course provides supervisory techniques proven to tiful. motivate workgroups to higher and higher levels of Course: 04341 $45 For: 3 hours performance and accomplishment. Methods to prevent Section A: Aug 30 T 5:30pm-8:30pm behaviors that detract from employee motivation are also emphasized. Katherine Anderson, CPO-CD, Professional Organizer Course: 20521 $169 For: 5.5 hours Making Meetings Effective Section A: Oct 17-24 M 5:30pm-8:15pm Reach your established goals and increase employee Nancy Greiff, PhDLeadership, Management and Supervision morale by managing your meetings effectively. Maximize the value of time spent in meetings, whether Productive Performance Appraisals you are the leader or a group member, by making Master the elements of an effective performance meetings a powerful tool for progress. Real-life cases appraisal, one that not only communicates the position are presented to illustrate efficient meeting planning, of the employer clearly and effectively, but also helps attendance by essential persons, and the management both parties substantially improve performance. You of meetings in progress. Learn how team meetings can will receive information in this course that will prove a be managed to be more effective and productive. great asset to all professionals responsible for providing Meetings can be fun—come see how! constructive feedback—be it as a front-line supervisor, Course: 20500 $139 For: 3.5 hours committee chairperson, manager, senior executive, or Section A: Nov 7 M 5:30pm-9:00pm business owner. Nancy Greiff, PhD Course: 20524 $139 For: 3.5 hours Section A: Nov 14 M 5:30pm-9:00pm Robert’s Rules for Meetings Nancy Greiff, PhD Learn ways to make a meeting more effective, produc- tive and satisfying. This class will involve techniques to Leadership, Management and shorten a meeting, discuss effectively, give various Supervision Online kinds of reports, understand and state the most used motions, and work with challenging people. The class SkillSoft self-study classes include: is appropriate for members of business, professional, 20525N Workplace Ethics $99 nonprofit and social organizations as well as various 20526N Business Ethics for Managers $99 kinds of business meeting. 20527N Understanding Organizational Ethics $99 Course: 20503 $129 For: 2 hours 20530N Moving From Management Section A: Aug 30 T 10:00am-12:00pm to Leadership $189 Patricia Sutton, PRP 20531N Succession Planning for Business Environments $399 21349N Emotional Intelligence Early enrollment options are available for many of in the Workplace $199 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. 42 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Leadership Events Human Resources ManagementWomen and Money Conference Human Resources Career EssentialsLooking for a fantastic relationship with your money? A successful career in human resources managementJoin us for a day of successful resource-sharing. requires a foundation of essential employment knowl-Outstanding experts will share their perspective on edge, the ability to work effectively with many differ-successful budgeting, emotional spending, divorce and ent kinds of people, and the ability to balance employ-money, retirement accounts 101 and many more. ee needs with the laws and rules of employment. ThisKeynoted, Ann Tandy is a strategic consultant on class will focus on these important essentials.workforce empowerment issues through her company, Participants will learn about the major areas of HRLifeMoxie. Ann is the author of LifeMoxie! Ambition management, including: strategic management and theon a Mission-9 strategies for taking life by the horns and organizational role of human resources; workforceMoxie for managers. Ann’s memorable straties and planning and employment; human resource develop- Business & Technologydynamic style will give you a solid path forward ment; compensation and benefits; labor relations; andtoward your successful financial future. Occupational Health, Safety and Security.Course: 20616 $125 For: 6 hours Course: 20830 $699 For: 36 hoursSection A: Aug 27 Sa 9:00am-4:00pm Section A: Sep 24-Oct 29 Sa 9:00am-3:00pmNote: $99 for students or Seniors. Breakfast and lunch Stacey E. Nashare included. Human Resources Management OnlineFront Row SeatAlthough the theory of Cutback Management has SkillSoft self-study classes include:been part of the public administration discussion for 20989N Managing Diversityover thirty years, the pressure and process are timely in the Workplace $149for todays leaders. Join us in exploring the dynamics of 20990N HRCI Professional in Leadership Events/Human Resources Managementcutback management as part of a long-term process Human Resources (PHR) $899toward sustainable organizational development. Topics 20991N HRCI Senior Professionalinclude: challenges in predicting the effects of cutback in Human Resources (SPHR) $899during a recession; impacts on long-term planning; 20992N Effective Hiring and Interviewing $299human resource concerns and communication strate- 20994N Recruiting and Retention Strategies $399gies. This panel discussion offers a variety of perspec-tives from New Mexico leaders. Bring your questionsand enjoy the dialogue.Course: 20675 $99 For: 6 hoursSection A: Sep 2 F 9:00am-4:00pm Create your own Custom Leadership UniversityNote: Lunch is included. Coffee served beginning at8:30am. Sign-in outside Kiva C. UNM Continuing Education can create a LeadershipSection B: Oct 7 F 9:00am-4:00pm University for businesses who want to improve theNote: Lunch is included. Coffee served beginning at supervisory, management, or leadership skills of their8:30am. Sign-in outside Kiva C. employees. Our custom training staff will help youSection C: Nov 4 F 9:00am-4:00pm create a unique program that will take yourNote: Lunch is included. Coffee served beginning at organization’s leadership to a higher level of8:30am. Sign-in outside Kiva C. effectiveness while improving your organization’s business results. Contact the UNMCE Custom Training Office at (505) 277-6034 or email customtraining@dce.unm.eduRegistration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 43
    • MS Project Module 1: Project Plan Definition Leadership & Use Microsoft Project as your Project Management Information System (PMIS). Learn how to outline and Management Tools build a specific project plan step-by-step, incorporating complex relationships between tasks and resources. Design a Work Breakdown Structure to ensure com- Project Management pletion of the project, set realistic schedules, make accurate estimates, and manage the expectations of As an official Project Management Institute instruc- customers. Prerequisite: 51101 or 51111 or equiva- tion provider, UNM Continuing Education provides lent experience. the tools to manage projects successfully. Course: 21025 $269 For: 8 hours Understand the tools and skills to manage a project. Section A: Sep 20-22 TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm Identify the deliverables, stakeholders, systems and Section B: Nov 1-3 TTh 1:00pm-5:00pmBusiness & Technology processes that can improve your outcomes. Then Mary Byrd prepare for certification through our exam prep course, a proven path to exam success. MS Project Module 2: Budgeting and Tracking Track the use of resources and materials accurately, Check out our NEW Microsoft Visio classes on and assure the success of any project! Learn to fine- page 73. Learn how Visio can help you manage tune schedule and cost estimates with resources using projects. Now offered in Office 2007 and 2010. MS Project. Explore trade-off analysis between cost, time and scope. Implement a tracking system for Understanding Project Management reporting project progress. Prerequisite: 21025 or prior approval from instructor. Define and discuss the five process groups of project management: initiating, planning, executing, control- Course: 21030 $269 For: 8 hours ling, and closing, as discussed in PMI’s Project Section A: Oct 11-13 TTh 1:00pm-5:00pmProject Management Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK). Learn to Section B: Nov 15-17 TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm evaluate projects for success and ‘systemize’ your Mary Byrd approach to project management. Analyze conflict MS Project: Team Communication and management, team building, and project manager roles and responsibilities. Integrate learned informa- Productivity tion into problem-solving sessions. All texts included. Learn to develop a comprehensive project manage- Suggested: 21000 or previous experience with Project ment information system infrastructure and design Management. advanced reports to meet project communication Course: 21005 $799 For: 21 hours requirements. Create and manage custom fields, Section A: Sep 19-Oct 31 M 5:30pm-8:30pm reports and calendars. Create and use a shared resource pool and project templates. Prepare project Jane Betterton, BSChe information to publish online. Share project informa- Project Management Professional (PMP)/ tion with other software. Review system requirements CAPM Exam Preparation for workgroup collaboration and various add-on prod- ucts. Prerequisite: 21030. Participate in an extensive review of the Project Management Body of Knowledge. Determine what Course: 21041 $269 For: 8 hours you need to learn with an overview of PMP exam top- Section A: Dec 13-15 TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm ics, and identify the most important exam topics. Mary Byrd Required Text: PMI’s A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (4th Edition) may be purchased from PMI’s home page at www.pmi.org. Custom Project Management All other texts included. Recommended prerequisites: Classes course 21005 or previous experience. Course: 21015 $749 For: 18 hours Your business or department may want to take Section A: Nov 15-Dec 13 TTh 6:00pm-9:00pm customized Project Management classes as a group to Carol L. Meincke learn the processes together, and then develop a unique project plan for your business. Also, PMI Exam Prep courses are offered to businesses. Please contact the UNMCE Custom Training Program at 505-277-6034 or email customtraining@dce.unm.edu 44 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
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    • Professional Communications Languages Business Writing for Administrative Assistants Contemporary Mandarin Chinese I Administrative professionals are a critical part of the Have you ever wanted to learn Chinese for business or communication process, and they need good writing for pleasure? This is the right class and a wonderful skills. Through a workshop format, and using types of place for you to begin. This course will provide an documents common to administrative assistants, this introductory course in contemporary Mandarin course will discuss writing correctly, professionally, and Chinese. There will be an emphasis on spoken lan- appropriately. guage with secondary stress given to the written char- Course: 22029 $249 For: 8 hours acters. Tonal drills will be introduced, as well as con- Section A: Aug 23 T 8:00am-5:00pm temporary and traditional rhymes. These along with Section B: Oct 20 Th 8:00am-5:00pm discussion of culture topics will help students to appre- David Bowman ciate the beauty and richness of this language. Business & Technology Required Texts: New Practical Chinese Reader I, The Essentials of Writing Mechanics Liu Xun, and A Practical Chinese Grammar, Chinese Grammar is not scary—or boring! Punctuation is not University Press. Texts are available at UNM impossible. Correct grammar, punctuation, and usage Bookstore. are essential for communicating clearly and profession- Course: 09601 $100 For: 10 hours ally. This interactive course will strengthen your usage Section A: Aug 20-Oct 29 Sa 8:00am-10:00am of English conventions to give your writing a profes- Note: This class will not meet on Sep 3. sional touch. Participants will receive a copy of the Hayes Middle School Precise Edit Training Manual. Bao-Hwa Deng Course: 22031 $169 For: 4 hours Section A: Sep 22 Th 8:00am-12:00pm Contemporary Mandarin Chinese II Section B: Nov 17 Th 8:00am-12:00pm This class is designed for people who have previousProfessional Communications/Languages David Bowman experience with Chinese language, regardless of when, where, and how they had it. We will start with simple Powerful Writing for Business Professionals conversations, and gradually ease into situational top- Learn professional writing techniques to communicate ics. Please bring your experiences to share, and enjoy effectively. Learn to say what you mean to say in clear, conversations in Mandarin Chinese. direct, and persuasive language that helps your readers Course: 09602 $100 For: 10 hours understand and makes them respond. The result is Section A: Aug 23-Oct 25 T 6:00pm-8:00pm good communication and improved professional credi- Hayes Middle School bility. Participants will receive a copy of the Precise Bao-Hwa Deng Edit Training Manual. Course: 22032 $169 For: 4 hours Express Interactive Chinese Section A: Sep 22 Th 1:00pm-5:00pm Two characters, (woman) and (boy) combine to mean Section B: Nov 17 Th 1:00pm-5:00pm “good.” Why is this so? And what on earth does a David Bowman “big sheep” have to do with America? How can you order a sumptuous roasted duck in Bejing? Using Customer Service Online Chinese written characters as a doorway into five top- SkillSoft self-study classes include: ics, you will learn how to exchange greetings, intro- 22011N Telephone Skills for Business duce yourself and your family, order drinks and food, Professionals $99 and uncover the exotic, modern customs of China. 22251N The Customer Service You will role play in each lesson with sentence based Representative (CSR) $99 learning. You will be given custom made hand-outs for each topic. Join this made-in-China speaker on this 22281N How to Excel at Customer Service $399 exciting voyage! Required Text: Read and Speak 22282N Measuring Customer Satisfaction $299 Chinese for Beginners (CD) by Read and Speak 22283N Internal Customer Service $299 Languages for Beginners. Text is available at the UNM 22284N Managing a Customer-Focused Bookstore. Department $349 Course: 09603 $85 For: 6 hours Section A: Sep 8-Oct 13 Th 6:15pm-8:15pm Hayes Middle School For additional writing classes, see pages 55-56. Chang Liu, MA in Linguistics 46 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • French I German IHave you ever been handed a menu in French restau- Explore the language, culture and history of Germanyrant and wondered what coq au vin meant—and then and its people. This course introduces basic vocabularytried to pronounce it? Has the waiter smiled knowing- and sentence structure. We will tackle simple conversa-ly when you pointed to escargots? Here’s an opportu- tions and “survival” situations in a foreign country.nity to not only decipher those curious dishes but to This is done through a variety of activities, such asgo beyond menu-ordering. Learning a language is also classroom discussions, small group activities, Q & A,discovering a culture so there will be some history les- etc. All of it happens in a relaxed atmosphere. Thissons, and a wine and cheese tour of France. Emphasis class is taught by a native German speaker. Requiredon learning the intricacies of conversation, reading and Text: Kontakte 6th edition, McGraw Hill, Terrell, &writing—all done in a fun way. Students should bring et al. Text is available a the UNM Bookstore.a map of France to class. Required Text: French for Course: 09607 $110 For: 15 hoursDummies, Berliz Schmidt, Williams & Wenzel. Text is Section A: Aug 22-Dec 5 M 7:00pm-9:00pm Business & Technologyavailable at the UNM bookstore. Note: Class will not meet on Oct 31.Course: 09604 $110 For: 14 hours Hayes Middle SchoolSection A: Aug 22-Nov 28 M 6:00pm-8:00pmNote: This class will not meet on Sep 5. Students Rosa Coopershould bring a map of France to class. German IIHayes Middle School Now that you’re familiar with the basics, learn to cre-Anne-Marie Stimson, BA ate in your new language: express ideas, ask questions,French II join in classroom discussion. We will read short stories, and engage in conversation and build on our knowl-Planning a trip to France or just the desire to build up edge of German grammar. The main idea is to learnyour knowledge of French? You’ve chosen well. France while having fun. This class is taught by a nativeis Europe’s most diverse, tasty and exciting country to German speaker. Required Text: Kontakte 6th edition, Languagesexplore. Le Français et la vie! (The French and life!) is McGraw Hill, Terrell, et al. Text is available at thethe theme of study, its open the door to a better UNM bookstore.understanding of France, its people, its rich and color- Course: 09608 $110 For: 14 hoursful past, its contribution to art, and its unique lifestyle.Chapters provide essential vocabulary and exercises Section A: Aug 31-Dec 7 W 7:00pm-9:00pmcombining grammar structures and ideas for conversa- Note: Class will not meet on Nov 23.tions. Required Text: French for Dummies, Berlitz Hayes Middle SchoolSchmidt, Williams & Wenzel. Text is available at UNM Rosa CooperBookstore.Course: 09605 $110 For: 14 hours Italian Beginning ISection A: Aug 24-Nov 23 W 6:00pm-8:00pm Learn Italian with songs, games, gestures, jokes, and recipes. This is the class to take if you want to developHayes Middle School confidence with a new language. Start to converse onAnne-Marie Stimson, BA everyday subjects in Italian. Explore a new worldFrench Conversation through learning Italian and have fun! Required Text: Ultimate Italian, Beginner-Intermediate, LivingDo you have a desire to formally communicate in Language, Random House.French? In your quest of learning French, you mayacquire vocabulary and learn about the grammar... but Course: 09612 $110 For: 14 hoursare you ready to use them in a conversation? Section A: Aug 25-Oct 11 TTh 6:30pm-8:30pmConversations on the topic Le Francais et la vie! Hayes Middle SchoolExercises on the structures that create an automatism Cristina Baccinof the language will prepare and give you the skills youneed to handle a conversation on each subject of thistopic. Required Text: French for Dummies, Berlitz UNM employees, you may use your TuitionSchmidt, Williams & Wenzel. Text is available at the Remission benefit for all Business & Technology cours-UNM Bookstore. es. For complete Tuition Remission policy information,Course: 09606 $110 For: 14 hours please contact the benefits office at 505-277-MyHR.Section A: Aug 23-Nov 22 T 7:00pm-9:00pmHayes Middle SchoolAnne-Marie Stimson, BARegistration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 47
    • Italian Beginning II Sign Language I Learn the basics to start conversing on everyday sub- Learn basic sign language necessary for communica- jects in present tense. We shall use songs, games, tion, number and time signs, and money signs. The advertising, and comics. For beginning students with entire family will enjoy this class. little exposure to Italian. Required Text: Ultimate Course: 09617 $95 For: 8 hours Italian: Beginner-Intermediate. Living Language. Text Section A: Oct 17-Dec 5 M 6:00pm-8:00pm is available at the UNM Bookstore. CE South Building Course: 09613 $110 For: 14 hours Toni Eidson Section A: Oct 13-Dec 1 TTh 6:30pm-8:30pm Hayes Middle School Spanish I Cristina Baccin This is an introductory course for students without any previous experience with the Spanish language. ItBusiness and Technology Italian begins with Spanish sounds and the alphabet. Spanish Business & Technology Conversation I covers Pasos A, B and C and Capitulos Uno, Dos y Know a little Italian? Brush up your conversational Tres. Text is available at the UNM Bookstore. skills with this class for advanced beginners. We’ll con- Required Text: Dos Mundos, McGraw Hill, verse about contemporary Italian topics as if we were 7th Edition. enjoying a coffee together in a typical piazza bar. Course: 09619 $110 For: 14 hours Course: 09614 $110 For: 14 hours Section A: Aug 22-Dec 12 M 10:00am-12:00pm Section A: Oct 19-Nov 30 W 6:30pm-8:30pm Note: Class will not meet on Sep 5, Oct 24 and 31. Hayes Middle School CE South Building Cristina Baccin Hilma Espinosa, PhD Section B: Aug 23-Dec 13 T 10:00am-12:00pm Japanese I Note: Class will not meet on Oct 18, 25 and Nov 1. This class is for those who want to learn about theLanguages CE South Building Japanese language and the intriguing Oriental culture. Hilma Espinosa, PhD The primary focus will be on learning grammar, pro- nunciation, and basic conversational skills. Intermixed Section C: Aug 23-Nov 22 T 6:30pm-8:30pm throughout the course will be an introduction to the Hayes Middle School Japanese culture. If you ever plan to take a business or Carlos Bonilla sightseeing trip to Japan, start here. It will make your Section D: Aug 31-Dec 7 W 6:30pm-8:30pm stay in Japan so much more rewarding. The class is Note: Class will not meet on Nov 23. taught by a native Japanese speaker. Required Text: Hayes Middle School Japanese For Busy People, Revised 3rd edition, Pedro S. Torres Romanized version, Kodanshe International. Text is available at the UNM Bookstore. Section E: Sep 8-Dec 15 Th 6:30pm-8:30pm Note: Class will not meet on Nov 24. Course: 09615 $110 For: 14 hours Section A: Sep 6-Dec 6 T 6:30pm-8:30pm Hayes Middle School Rossana Bartra Hayes Middle School Nobuko Krank Spanish II Improve your Spanish. This class is a continuation of Japanese II Spanish I. It covers Capitulos Cuatro, Cinco, Seis y This course is suitable for those already familiar with Siete. Required Text: Dos Mundos, McGraw Hill, 7th basic Japanese. We will cover grammar, Japanese writ- Edition. ing, basic conversation and culture. The class will be Course: 09620 $110 For: 14 hours taught by a native speaker. Required Text: Japanese Section A: Aug 22-Nov 28 M 6:30pm-8:30pm For Busy People, Association for Japanese Language. Note: Class will not meet on Sep 5. Text is available at the UNM Bookstore. Hayes Middle School Course: 09616 $110 For: 14 hours Carlos Bonilla Section A: Sep 1-Dec 1 Th 6:30pm-8:30pm Section B: Aug 23-Nov 22 T 6:30pm-8:30pm Hayes Middle School Hayes Middle School Nobuko Krank Pedro S. Torres 48 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Spanish III Conversational Spanish Part IThis class is a continuation of Spanish II. It will cover This class is a practical guide for those who haveCapitulos Ocho, Nueve, Diez y Once. This class will Spanish speaking experience and are motivated to con-be taught in Spanish, except when the students prefer verse but lack skills, vocabulary, and confidence.an explanation in English. One hour of grammar and Through a progression of nouns, verbs, and otherreview and one hour of conversation. Required Text: parts of speech, students are given the tools and struc-Dos Mundos, McGraw Hill, 7th Edition. ture which will enable them to be understood. ThisCourse: 09621 $110 For: 14 hours fun, total immersion adventure in language learning isSection A: Aug 22-Dec 12 M 7:00pm-9:00pm taught through context. Students should have a basicNote: Class will not meet on Sep 5, Oct 24 and 31. understanding of grammar and sentence structure.CE South Building Note: Taking Spanish I & II before enrolling in this class is strongly recommended. This is not a beginningHilma Espinosa, PhD level class. Business & TechnologySpanish IV Course: 09625 $95 For: 8 hoursThis course is a continuation of Spanish III and will Section A: Aug 25-Oct 13 Th 6:30pm-8:30pmcover the last four chapters of the text: Capitulos Hayes Middle SchoolDoce, Trece, Catorce y Quince. This class is taught Pedro S. Torrescompletely in Spanish. Required Text: Dos Mundos, Section B: Aug 25-Oct 13 Th 10:00am-12:00pmMcGraw Hill, 7th Ed. CE South BuildingCourse: 09622 $110 For: 14 hours Margarita GuarinSection A: Aug 23-Dec 13 T 7:00pm-9:00pmNote: Class will not meet on Oct 18, 25 and Nov 1. Conversational Spanish Part IICE South Building This course is a continuation of Part I. Emphasis is onHilma Espinosa, PhD communication. Learn a variety of verb tenses and how to use your vocabulary in daily situations. The Languages class will be divided into conversational groups, which will give the students an immediate outlet for using more advanced grammar and vocabulary. Course: 09626 $95 For: 8 hours Section A: Oct 20-Dec 15 Th 6:30pm-8:30pm Note: Class will not meet on Nov 24. Hayes Middle School Dos Mundos Pedro S. Torres A Spanish Curriculum Section B: Oct 20-Dec 15 Th 10:00am-12:00pm Note: Class will not meet on Nov 24. Spanish I, Spanish II, Spanish III and Spanish IV CE South Building use the same textbook, Dos Mundos, 7th Margarita Guarin Edition. These are structured classes that give students the foundation and understanding of grammar. As soon as students learn enough UNM CE can create customized language courses in basic vocabulary in Spanish I, they are engaged Professional English, Workplace English or Workplace in easy conversation. In Spanish II, the students Spanish tailored to your business or organization. have more time for conversation, applying what Please contact custom training@dce.unm.edu or (505) 277-6034 for more information. they are learning in class. In Spanish III, the first hour is spent reviewing vocabulary and grammar, and the second hour concentrates on conversa- tion. Spanish IV is completely taught in Spanish. When students complete the four semesters, 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 I Russian II This is an introductory course for students without This class will expand the skills of those students who any previous experience with the Portuguese language. have completed the course Russina I. The same text It begins with Portuguese sounds and the alphabet (Nachalo I, When in Russia...) will be used in class for and evolves to cover basic conversational and written advanced grammar and vocabulary study. However, skills with use of the present and past tenses. Students the emphasis of the course will be a personal pursuit of will also learn differences between the Portuguese of the language according to student need and interest. Portugal and Brazil and will be able to learn that Specialized vocabulary and grammar studies which stu- which they prefer. Required Text: Portuguese, dents for their own purposes will be developed during Manuela Cook. McGraw-Hill; 5th edition. Text is selected classes and conversational skills will be devel- available at the UNM Bookstore. oped according to student interest. This class is taught Course: 09628 $110 For: 14 hours by a native Russian speaker. Required Text: Nachalo, Section A: Aug 25-Nov 24 Th 7:00pm-9:00pm Vol. I text and workbook (McGraw Hill, 2000). Text isBusiness & Technology Note: Class will not meet on Nov 25`. available at UNM Bookstore. Hayes Middle School Course: 09635 $110 For: 14 hours Section A: Sep 8-Dec 8 Th 6:30pm-8:30pm Kay Shaffer Note: Students who park on campus must purchase a Portuguese II parking permit (505) 277-1938. The Portuguese II is a continuation of Portuguese I. Mitchell Hall In it, students will expand their vocabulary and tackle Tamara Stukova, PhD new verb tenses and grammatical constructions through written and conversational exercises. Conversational Russian Required Text: Teach Yourself Portuguese, Manuela Come and practice speaking Russian! Through numer- Cook, McGraw-Hill: 4th Edition ous communicative situations we will build vocabulary, Course: 09629 $110 For: 14 hours acquire patterns of use, develop speaking and listeningLanguages Section A: Aug 24-Nov 23 W 7:00pm-9:00pm comprehension skills! Vocabulary necessary for travel Hayes Middle School and for common social situations typical in the Russian-speaking world will be the focus of games, dis- Kay Shaffer cussions, dialogues, role plays and other communica- Russian I tive activities! Learn more about Russian culture, tradi- A warm welcome to Beginning Russian! This language tions and the way of being! Enrich your knowledge of is the threshold to a fascinating world, much like our Russian holidays, music and literature. All levels of own yet totally different. A knowledge of the language proficiency are welcome! Beginners are encouraged to ‘even at a beginning level’ can open doors otherwise participate! Come to converse and to have fun! closed and take you places that you may not have Course: 09636 $110 For: 14 hours known exist. It can also be a major asset in many pro- Section A: Sep 12-Dec 12 M 6:30pm-8:30pm fessional fields. This course comes with a guarantee Note: Students who park on campus must purchase a that eventual use of the language will yield great per- parking permit (505) 277-1938. sonal satisfaction. Class is taught by a native speaker. Mitchell Hall Note: Students who park on campus must purchase a Tamara Stukova, PhD parking permit. Required Text: Nachalo, Vol I text and workbook (McGraw Hill, 2000). Text is available Basic Navajo Language at the UNM Bookstore. This course will introduce students to the basics of Course: 09634 $110 For: 14 hours oral and written Navajo language enabling them to Section A: Sep 6-Dec 6 T 6:30pm-8:30pm converse in everyday Navajo language. Emphasis will Note: Students who park on campus must purchase a be on developing basic vocabulary used in common, parking permit (505) 277-1938. daily situations, e.g., greetings, simple requests, and Mitchell Hall descriptive statements. Required Text: Dine Bizaad by Irvy W. Goossen. Text is available at the UNM Tamara Stukova, PhD Bookstore. Course: 09638 $95 For: 14 hours Section A: Aug 25-Dec 1 Th 6:00pm-8:00pm Note: This class will not meet on Nov 24. Hayes Middle School Esther Yazzie-Lewis 50 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Instruction and Managing Challenging Classroom Situations Anticipate possible classroom challenges and use facili-Facilitation Training tation skills to avoid disruptions. Look for cues that allow you to focus on the situation, issue, or behavior Our courses can help you lead a better meeting, while maintaining participant dignity and self-esteem. develop more effective communication tools, or ana- Discover how your perceptions and delivery style can lyze the training needs of your organization. impact or contribute to a classroom situation. This Our partnership with ASTD (American Society for course explores behaviors in the classroom such as par- Training and Development) will offer professional ticipant passivity, negativity, over-participation, argu- support in this growing career field. mentative and sidebar conversations. It also explores the communication strategies: how to influence the Early Enrollment Option emotional reaction, provide support and come face-to- Some future course offerings in this program are face. Skills practice and discussion are included. Business & Technology now open for registration. Visit dce.unm.edu or Course: 23023 $299 For: 15 hours contact Sherry TenClay at sherrytc@unm.edu or Section A: Nov 16-Dec 14 W 6:00pm-9:00pm (505) 277-6038 for scheduled dates and times. Barbara J Cappel, MA Exploring Presentation StylesFacilitating Adult Learning Practice the Five Presentation Styles (Preacher, Orator,Discover how to facilitate learning in the workplace or Professor, Entertainer, Facilitator) in varied practiceclassroom. Explore adult learning theory, learning scenarios, and determine which style works best forstyles, and the unique characteristics of adult learners. you under a set of given conditions. Polish and perfectView adult learners both as a collective group and as your “standup” stage presence via the use of in-classindividuals with diverse needs. This course emphasizes videotaping and critiqued playback, and learn newthe practical, and summarizes the theoretical. It is ways to stimulate and educate your real-world audi-helpful to anyone teaching or training adults in formal Instruction and Facilitation Training ences. Assure the continuous improvement and refine-or informal settings. Prerequisite: None. ment that is the key to becoming a superior presenter.Course: 23000 $359 For: 15 hours Prerequisite: 23006.Section A: Aug 23-Sep 20 T 6:00pm-9:00pm Course: 23027 $359 For: 15 hoursCrista Benavidez Section A: Oct 3-31 M 6:00pm-9:00pmInstructional Systems Design Dr. Ellen DowlingReceive an introduction to the complete 5-step ISD Training and Facilitation Onlinemodel—analysis, design, development, implementa-tion, and evaluation—then participate in a detailed SkillSoft self-study classes include:study of the analysis and design steps. Discussions will 23028N Presenting Successfully $129focus on defining the target audience, developing a 23092N Online Facilitation Certificate $259content outline and writing instructional objectives.Develop a training project analysis and design a docu-ment for the class final project. Suggested: 23000.Course: 23003 $459 For: 18 hoursSection A: Oct 4-Nov 8 T 6:00pm-9:00pmLeah KierEvaluation Skills for TrainersLearn strategies to accurately assess training programs.Discuss the evaluation process, including determiningneeds, collecting relevant data, analyzing and inter-preting data, communicating results, and strategies toensure the effective use of results. Prerequisite:23003.Course: 23009 $359 For: 15 hoursSection A: Aug 31-Sep 28 W 6:00pm-9:00pmBarbara Ibanez, MARegistration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 51
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    • Writing Careers Polishing for Publication: Advanced Fiction WritingSo You Think You Can Write Humor? Bring your short story or the first thirty pages of yourWriting humor is fun; but hard work. Add splashes of novel to class. As a group, we will help you polish yourcolor to your stories. Students will search into writing dialogue, add heroic qualities to your protagonist, cre-stories wtih a slant toward the obsurd or funny side of ate inner conflict, and build plot layers. Learn how tolife. Styles of humor, dark, witty, wry, obnoxious, deal with backstory and add tension to every page.pleasant and much more will be discussed, as well as Finally, we will work with you to develop a query andtargeting your readers. During each class students “elevator pitch.”write 2, ten-minute humorous observance points of Course: 14854 $75 For: 6 hoursview (approx. 200 words each). Writings will be read Section A: Nov 15-29 T 7:00pm-9:00pmaloud by students to classmates and constructive criti- Sandra K. Toro, President, The Toro Literary Agencycism will follow. Emphasis will be placed on editing, Business & Technologyediting, editing. Students have the option to return to Narrative Non-Fictionclass the following week with their stories polished to Do you admire bestsellers like Elizabeth Gilbert’s Eat,re-read aloud. Handouts include newspaper columns Pray, Love and Greg Mortenson’s Three Cups of Tea?written by myself (former Humor columnist for the Find your own unique voice, experiment with differentAlbuquerque Tribune) and other popular newspaper styles of writing, learn how to capture your reader’scolumnists. Bring lots of paper, pens and a mind full of attention on the first page and hold it to the last.ideas! Bring the first 30 pages of your manuscript to class.Course: 14851 $75 For: 4.5 hours Course: 14855 $75 For: 6 hoursSection A: Oct 19-Nov 2 W 6:30pm-8:00pm Section A: Oct 25-Nov 8 T 7:00pm-9:00pmGoldie Garcia, is a successful columnist, folk artist and Sandra K. Toro, President, The Toro Literary Agencystand up comic. Writing Women’s Fiction Writing CareersBeginning Fiction Writing Not only romance, but domestic realism, romantic sus-Have you always wanted to write a short story or a pense, mysteries, thrillers, and family sagas as well asnovel, but you’re not quite sure how to get started? historical fiction will be explored in this class designedLearn the elements of good fiction including plot, for women who want to write fiction specifically aimedcharacterization, setting, creating a “hook,” point of at women readers. Participants will learn about plotview, believeable dialogue and the importance of pre- structure, character development, point of view, voice,cise detail. We will practice exercises aimed at stimulat- believable dialogue, the necessity for conflict and ten-ing your creative juices while helping you find your sion, how to create atmosphere with setting, the pac-unique fictional voice. ing of scenes and rewriting, and polishing for publica-Course: 14853 $75 For: 6 hours tion. Sandra Toro, the published author of historicalSection A: Oct 4-18 T 7:00pm-9:00pm and contemporary novels, as well as short stories and aSandra K. Toro, President, The Toro Literary Agency memoir, will teach this six-week class. Her book reviews have appeared in numerous newspapers and her non-fiction has been published in magazines such as Redbook, McCalls, and Environment. Course: 14882 $90 For: 12 hours Section A: Aug 23-Sep 27 T 7:00pm-9:00pm Sandra K. Toro, President, The Toro Literary Agency 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 55
    • The New Age of Publishing... Writing Short Stories From Start to Finish What It Means To You The short story is an amazingly versatile and rewarding This teach-it-all-in-one-evening-course provided by form for both writers and readers. Related in its devel- bestselling author Tom Bird, the architect of The Tom opment to the tale and the anecdote and other forms Bird Method, is designed for aspiring authors to get of narration such as the fable and the allegory, the published RIGHT NOW! The ins-and-outs of how to short story can be read at one sitting and usually just do that will be covered in this life changing and roughed out and written in a couple of weeks. Not to potential career changing course. Topics include: How put too fine an edge on it but there are short-short to Get Your Book Published and Distributed stories and long-long short stories as well and the Worldwide in as Little as 24 Hours; How to Have the themes, plots and settings they lend themselves to are Top Literary Agents in the Industry Dying to almost infinite. This course seeks to define the short Represent Your Book Right Now; How to Follow the story as literary genre and to discuss its boundaries Nine Laws About Publishing to Which You Absolutely from a writer’s point of view. A template for whatBusiness & Technology Have to Adhere; He/She Sold a Million Books and ingredients a writer might consider will be presented Here’s How You Can Do So as Well; Common and considered for each phase of the writing process: Mistakes Made by Just About Every Aspiring Author; pre-writing, writing and revising. At the end of the and much, much more. If you have a book or story course a short story should result and serve as a that is dying to be shared, your publication of that springboard for the writing of more stories. work is key, and there is no one anywhere that knows Course: 14892 $75 For: 8 hours about how to get that done and done right now than Section A: Sep 8-29 Th 6:00pm-8:00pm Course: 14889 $99 For: 3 hours Robert Gish, PhD, English Professor, Distinguished Section A: Oct 15 Sa 11:30pm-2:30pm Scholar and Author Tom Bird, author of 21 books Introduction to Novel Writing Write Your Book Right Now... You’ve come up with the plot. You’ve developed yourWriting Careers You Can! characters. The themes swirl in your head—but you’ve Are ideas continually streaming into your mind, crying either gotten bogged down, or you’ve only written to be released? Are people continually telling you that enough to know that you’re lost in a forest. Rather you should write a book? When you look at a best sell- than be intimidated, forge your way through it with a er list, is a part of you continually scanning it to find guide who can help you. This 8-week course will your name? Is writing a book something that you encourage you to launch into or continue and finish a either need or want to do but you have no idea how novel. You’ll get help with structure, plot, narrative, to go about it efficiently, quickly and joyfully? If you and the tricks not only for constructing a book, but answered “yes” to any of the above questions, this one also for ways to navigate the immensity of such a long morning, teach-it-all-course was tailor made for you. work. Using various guided exercises, discussing the Join bestselling author Tom Bird, architect of Tom novels we love and free writing time, we’ll examine Bird Method, to learn everything you need to know issues for character, style, tone, voice, POV choices, about how to write your book in one evening. Some and more as well as plenty of actual writing time to of the topics Tom will cover include: How to Get keep you going! Over Writer’s Block Forever; Why You are Already an Course: 14894 $105 For: 16 hours Author and Now You Just Need to Write Your Book; Section A: Aug 23-Oct 11 T 1:30pm-3:30pm Two Drafts is all it Takes to Write the Book of Your Note: Optional text: Bird by Bird, Knopf-Doubleday, Dreams; Immediately Cut Your Revision Time by 98%; by Anne Lamott. and much, much more. If you feel or think you have a Marlene Leach book inside of you, crying to be born, this is the class for you. Course: 14891 $99 For: 3 hours For additional writing classes, check the Reading & Section A: Oct 15 Sa 8:00am-11:00am Writing section of Growth & Enrichment on page 129. Tom Bird, author of 21 books 56 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Finance and Accounting Retirement Planning Today— How to Live 5 Years for “Free”ABC’s of Investing This is a successful retirement course, with extras, inDevelop your investment skills with the basics you will which you will benefit from the instructor’s combinedlearn in this course. Be more confident in your deci- knowledge of both taxes and investments. In fact, thesions regarding stocks, bonds, and mutual funds. We’ll material, Living 5 Years for “Free,” involves an incomebegin with setting your goals, personal financial state- tax and investment withdrawal strategy that thements, and the time value of money as well as how to instructor developed, which he feels is the most impor-benchmark your personal progress. We will discuss tant component of helping your money last a lifetime.risks, inflation and the basics of bonds, bills, notes, This unique course, which receives consistently highbond ratings, yields and issuing agencies. We will also marks from attendees, provides a detailed overview tocover stocks: the history of the market, researching, help prepare you for your financial future. You mayand purchasing stocks. Learn how to research mutual take advantage of an optional complimentary consulta- Business & Technologyfunds and how they’re managed, including sales tion with Steve at the end of the course. Note:charges. The last session highlights various popular Required 235-page text cost of $20 (one text perinvestment strategies and how investor behavior influ- couple) is payable at the first class. Sign up early; thisences decisions. Suggested reading and Internet class fills quickly.research sites are provided. Note: Tuition includes one Course: 11716 $49 For: 6 hoursindividual session with instructor for portfolio review Section A: Oct 25-Nov 1 T 6:30pm-9:30pmand planning. Note: $49 individual or $69 couple.Course: 11700 $70 For: 9 hours Section B: Oct 29-Nov 5 Sa 9:00am-12:00pmSection A: Sep 20-Oct 18 T 6:00pm-7:45pm Note: $49 individual or $69 couple.Berrenberg Office in NE Area Steve Margulin, CPA, CFP, Registered Principal,Terri Berrenberg, CFP, CFEd, MBA Trusted Advisor Finance and AccountingComplete Financial Planning Primer Art of Investing and Portfolio ManagementLearn how to take control of your financial future and This class for the experienced investor will help youhow to make wise financial decisions. This comprehen- understand and consistently implement the very bestsive class provides a broad overview of the entire finan- strategies of the top investment minds. The Art ofcial planning process. Financial success is a choice. Investing and Portfolio Management is a six-stepTopics covered in class include: how to take that criti- process to keep you from getting caught up in thecal first step to maximize your returns and minimize emotions that accompany market extremes and mediarisk; asset allocation; and investment strategies for the buzz. This program provides unique and valuablefuture. Learn to plan for your children’s college educa- access to industry-leading investment strategies, andtion, make wise decisions before and during retirement translates asset-building and risk management tech-and protect your assets through estate planning. niques. The comprehensive program will provide youTuition includes one individual session with the with a framework for making better investment deci-instructor for a financial planning evaluation. sions, managing your money with discipline andCourse: 11703 $75 For: 10 hours confidence, and achieving true long-term investmentSection A: Oct 12-Nov 9 W 7:00pm-9:00pm success. Note: Tuition includes individual session withKarl Edward Baxter, CFP & Author instructor for portifolio review and planning. Course: 11721 $50 For: 3.5 hours Section A: Nov 8-15 T 6:00pm-7:45pm Refunds or transfers are allowed up to three busi- Berrenberg Office in NE Area ness days before a class begins. Other refund poli- Terri Berrenberg, CFP, CFEd, MBA cies may apply to conferences, educational trips and tours, Story of New Mexico and other special pro- grams. Look for refund information in the event or course brochure, flyer, or web text.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 57
    • Smart, Savvy Women Get Your Financial Be a woman in the know financially! The world has House in Order changed in the last fifty years from women being taken Attention boomers! Even though each person’s situa- care of to being company CEO’s, business owners, tion is unique there are common occurrences most and heads of households. Have fun while learning to people face as we march though the decades and end figure your financial personality and increase your up in retirement. Time and procrastination can be our money moxie. We’ll discuss identity theft, credit and enemies if we haven’t taken the care and planning for banking, understanding your cash flow and figuring our “Golden Years.” This series of five classes will your net worth as well as taxes, estate planning, cover items that every baby boomer in or near retire- divorce, widowhood, and saving for college. ment and anyone who has a family they’re concerned Course: 11725 $35 For: 2 hours about, needs to consider. Topics include: Section A: Nov 16 W 6:00pm-8:00pm Understanding the Financial Problems most Americans Berrenberg Office in NE Area Face; Social Security-What You Don’t Know Can CostBusiness & Technology Randi S. Melvin You by Michelle O’Haren, JD, LLM, CPA, ChFC ® CRC ®; Estate Planning-Distribute Your Estate as You You Only Retire Once: Do it Right the First Time! Wish! by Judith Schrandt, Atty; Tax Strategies for Learn what you need to know for a financially secure Now and Later John Perner, CPA; and Building a and comfortable retirement. If you are within a decade Firm Foundation for Your Future Terri Berrenberg of retirement and are making retirement decisions, and Randi Melvin. rolling over an IRA, newly retired, changing jobs, or Course: 11729 $85 For: 8.75 hours thinking of retiring early, then this is the class for you! Section A: Oct 20-Nov 17 Th 6:00pm-7:45pm Retire the way you want and take full advantage of the Berrenberg Office in NE Area opportunities retirement brings, by being knowledge- Terri Berrenberg, CFP, CFEd, MBA able and planning carefully. Retirement planning, the financial keys to retirement, and retirement risks will Retirement Readiness—More than Money!Finance and Accounting be discussed as will sample income projections with Transition to retirement with more than just a financial variables and protecting yourself in retirement. Learn plan. Consider your entire being: the physical, spiritual about IRA rules, stretch IRAs, lump sum distributions, and mental side and how to fulfill your needs in retire- beneficiaries, Social Security, IRA and tax strategies, ment. Leaving work behind is a major life transition and lifetime income. Make sure you have enough that requires preparation, so don’t flunk it! It is up to money to last your lifetime. Tuition includes a person- you to design your plan for rewarding retirement that alized retirement projection with the instructor. meets the physical, spiritual, mental and financial needs Course: 11728 $45 For: 4 hours of the new you. This interactive class will help you Section B: Oct 6-13 Th 6:00pm-8:00pm gage your retirement readiness level, and give you Section A: Nov 29-Dec 6 T 6:00pm-8:00pm action items to shore up the areas where you are weak. Berrenberg Office in NE Area Class activities engage singles and couples alike to real- ize what work brings to your life and how to transition Terri Berrenberg, CFP, CFEd, MBA from work without the loss so many often experience. Make those years truly golden with proper planning for the whole you. Notes: Tuition includes a personal- ized retirement readiness session with the instructor. Workbook fee of $9 collected by instructor at class. Course: 11732 $35 For: 2.5 hours Section A: Sep 21 W 6:00pm-8:30pm Section B: Dec 1 Th 6:00pm-8:30pm Berrenberg Office in NE Area Randi S. Melvin 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. 58 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Household Finances Bookkeeping BasicsMade Simple Mystified by finance reports? The secrets are revealedIn the first 2-hour class, students will each be creating in this class, intended for busy adults starting a smalla list of categories that suit our individual lives, business or serving on boards, booster clubs, or otherwhether you are single, a part of a couple, or a family. governing bodies. Receive an introduction to account-You will come up with your categories like food, cloth- ing equations. Learn how to read a budget report,ing, mortgage, etc. This is really fun and each person how to present it, and how a double entry accountingis quite unique. I will show you my categories and tell system works. Discover the fun of finance in this classyou how I came up with them and how I have adapted where even the most basic questions receive thought-or changed them over the years. I have personally been ful, careful answers.doing this for 20 years now and it works! This can also Course: 37151 $279 For: 15 hoursbe applied to business, if you are self-employed. In the Section A: Oct 10-24 MW 6:00pm-9:00pmsecond 2-hour class, I ask each person to bring their Daniel Valles, MBA Business & Technologyrecords (like bills paid, bank statement for previousmonth, all receipts, etc.) all that they can gather up, Small Business Bookkeepingand start putting amounts spent into each of their cat- with Quickbooks Proegories. We do the same with income. By doing this, This in-depth study of small business bookkeepingyou will be able to see where all of your money goes using QuickBooks or QuickBooks Pro takes the stu-each month and then can decide if this is satisfactory dent from beginning to advanced levels of softwareor you’d like to change it! We all have choices and that use. The list of topics covered begins with companyis exciting! The goal is to have a plan that allows each setup and proceeds to receivables, payables, payroll,person to use their money to fund a life that is mean- budgeting, reporting, reconciling, customizing formsingful and fulfilling to them. and safeguarding information. Knowledge of generalCourse: 11737 $55 For: 4 hours bookkeeping is recommended. Prerequisite:Section A: Sep 22-29 Th 6:00pm-8:00pm 51101/11 or equivalent experience. Finance and AccountingNote: Please bring paper, pencil and calculator. Course: 37158 $389 For: 18 hoursPhoenix Forrester Section A: Sep 27-Oct 6 TTh 1:00pm-5:30pm C. Stephen SandersYou Can Own Your Own HomePurchasing a home is a complicated process and Accounting Principles Iinvolves making one of the most significant decisions This course will introduce the students to the account-of your life. This course provides you with detailed ing environment. The course will cover the basics ofinformation related to purchasing a home including accounting: the accounting equation; financial state-types of mortgages, discount points, monthly pay- ments; recording business transactions; recordingments and interest rates, and down payments. Real adjusting, closing, and reversing entries; accounting forestate professionals will work directly with the student a trading business; special journals & controls, andwho elects to purchase a home, receiving as much accounting for cash. This an excellent course for theindividual attention as needed so that the process of business professional who needs a better understand-purchasing does not become an overwhelming experi- ing of the accounting processes.ence. Learn about the programs requiring no down Course: 37200 $399 For: 18 hourspayment and closing costs available to any student who Section A: Nov 7-18 MWF 1:00pm-4:00pmcompletes this course and qualifies for a loan. Please Daniel Valles, MBAbring a calculator to class.Course: 11749 $25 For: 2 hours Accounting Principles IISection A: Sep 7-14 W 6:00pm-7:30pm The course builds on the knowledge of the accountingNote: Class ends at 7pm Sep 14. environment learned in Accounting One. This courseSection B: Oct 5-12 W 6:00pm-7:30pm will cover: Accounts receivable and payables; account-Note: Class ends at 7pm Oct 12. ing for long-life and intangible assets; accounting forSection C: Nov 9-16 W 6:00pm-7:30pm inventories; accounting for payroll; partnershipNote: Class ends at 7pm Nov 16. accounting; and corporate accounting. This is anHayes Middle School excellent course for the business professional whoArt Esquibel needs a better understanding of the accounting processes. Prerequisite: 37200. Course: 37201 $399 For: 18 hours Section A: Dec 5-16 MWF 1:00pm-4:00pm Daniel Valles, MBARegistration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 59
    • Certified Financial Planning Real Estate and Appraisal Executive Certificate in Financial Planning The following books are required texts used in all UNM Continuing Education presents this program in three Real Estate courses and may be purchased partnership with Kaplan, the leading provider of finan- from the instructor in the first day of class: Modern cial planning education materials. Our program is Real Estate Practice, 17th Ed, Galaty, Allaway & Kyle; designed for professionals in the brokerage, insurance, Workbook for Modern Real Estate Practice, 17th Ed, accounting, banking and related industries. The pro- Galaty, Allaway & Kyle; New Mexico Real Estate gram focuses on the technical aspects, practical applica- License Law, Real Estate Commission Rules, and tions, ethics and professionalism of financial planning. Time Share Act, 2007 Ed. Participants must have a four-year degree or equivalent work experience. Price includes all six courses required Basic Real Estate Law to fulfill CFP Board’s education component. Visit This course is a challenging three-week exploration Business & Technology dce.unm.edu for more program details. and discussion of all the New Mexico Real Estate Course: 37280 $4699 For: 216 hours Commission’s required topics for the pre-licensing (30 Section A: Oct 21-Jun 29 FSa 6:00pm-9:35pm hours) and continuing education (10 hours) real estate Note: For a complete schedule of class please check law course. Earn accreditation toward the New Mexico our website. Note: While every effort is made to ensure state licensure examination with successful completion that classes meet every other weekend, holidays and of this course, or use the 10 Hours of continuing edu- local events prevent this accommodation. cation for re-licensure. Participants should note that these texts are the same ones required for Real Estate Paralegal Principles and Practice and Broker Basics. Course: 37400 $329 For: 30 hours Paralegal Certificate Course Section A: Aug 22-Sep 12 MWF 6:00pm-9:30pm This course provides a comprehensive introduction to Note: Books may be purchased from the instructor onCertified Financial Planning/Paralegal/Real Estate and Appraisal the legal system and basic concepts of paralegalism, the first day of class. The Sep 12 class is final for Real including civil procedure, litigation, evidence, inter- Estate Law and Intro for Real Estate Practive and viewing, law office management, ethics, and Court Procedures. rules and procedures. Students will learn basic library and online research, in addition to legal analysis and Jim Stringfield, qualifying Broker, NMREC Approved legal writing skills. Instructor Course: 37326 $2199 For: 112 hours Real Estate Principles and Practice Section A: This course is a demanding three-week exploration Aug 22-Oct 13 MTWTh 9:00am-12:30pm and discussion of all the New Mexico Real Estate Note: There will be class on one Friday, Sep 9. Commission’s required topics for the pre-licensing (30 Section B: hours) and continuing education (10 hours) Real Oct 24-Dec 15 MTWTh 9:00am-12:30pm Estate Principles and Practice course. Earn accredita- Note: There will be class on one Friday, Dec 2. tion toward the New Mexico state licensure examina- Anita Traub, J.D. tion with successful completion of this course, or use the 10 Hours of continuing education for re-licensure. Paralegal Internship Participants should note that these texts are the same The internship is designed to expand knowledge ones required for Real Estate Law and Broker Basics. through supervised placements in governmental and Course: 37401 $329 For: 30 hours other legal settings. The student intern will work Section A: Sep 12-30 MWF 6:00pm-9:30pm under the direct supervision of an attorney or paralegal Note: Books may be purchased from the instructor on in a governmental agency or law office as arranged and the first day of class. approved by the instructor. Completion of UNM Continuing Education Paralegal Certificate course Jim Stringfield, qualifying Broker, NMREC Approved with a GPA of 3.0 or better and instructor recommen- Instructor dation is required for enrollment in the internship. Course: 37327 $1699 For: 160 hours Section A: Aug 22-Oct 14 MTWThF TBA Section B: Oct 16-Dec 16 MTWThF TBA Anita Traub, J.D. 60 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Real Estate: Broker Basics Uniform Standards of ProfessionalDiscover the basic tenets of the New Mexico Real Appraisal PracticeEstate Law and New Mexico Real Estate Commission Review the uniform standards of professional appraisalRules, and brokerage relationships. The course will practice. This course is required to meet the Newexamine real estate property management, the real Mexico Appraisal Board requirements for educationestate licensing act; other New Mexico real estate laws; hours to become a registered appraiser. The textbookand review/apply significant real estate contract forms. is provided and a final exam is required in NewThese will include listing, buyer, purchase agreements, Mexico. Participants will receive 15 hours of Realas well as other common use forms. This course in a Estate Appraisal credit upon successful completion ofdemanding three week exploration and discussion of the course. No Prerequisite Required.all the New Mexico Real Estate Commission’s Course: 37412 $329 For: 24 hoursrequired topics for the pre-licensing (30 hours) and Section A: Oct 13-15 ThFSa 8:00am-5:00pmcontinuing education (10 hours) Broker Basics course. Marty Molloy, ASA, CRA, SCV Business & TechnologyEarn accreditation toward the New Mexico state licen-sure examination with successful completion of this Discover Real Estate Appraisalcourse, or use the 10 Hours of continuing education Discover everything you need to know about a careerfor re-licensure. Participants should note that these as a Real Estate Appraiser. Taught by a working pro-texts are the same ones required for Real Estate Law fessional, this course will give you information on theand Real Estate Principles and Practice. An extensive skill sets necessary for employment, the types of workInstructor developed work book will also be used for available in this profession, and the types of peoplethis course. It is strongly recommend that this course who might enjoy this kind of work. You’ll learn aboutbe taken after taking Real Estate Law and Real Estate the education and training necessary, and thePrinciples and Practice. In some cases those with an Certification or Licensure opportunities as well as theexisting license from another state can ask the New local professional organizations who support employ-Mexico Real Estate Commission to waive Real Estate ees in this particular field. Discover what kind of work Real Estate and AppraisalLaw and Practice; http://www.rld.state.nm.us/ environment and pay scale you can expect after yourReal_Estate_Commission/licenserecognition.html. training, and ask your instructor about a typical day atCourse: 37402 $329 For: 30 hours work.Section A: Course: 37439 $59 For: 3 hoursOct 3-14 MTWThF 6:00pm-9:30pm Section A: Aug 25 Th 6:00pm-9:00pmNote: Books may be purchased from the instructor on Marty Molloy, ASA, CRA, SCVthe first day of class.Jim Stringfield, qualifying Broker, NMREC ApprovedInstructor Enhance your learning with these online options from Gatlin and Ed2Go.Basic Appraisal Principles Prepare for the GED Language Arts,This class provides the groundwork for the valuation Writing Test $119process, and is required by the New Mexico Appraisal Prepare for the GED Math Test $119Board for education hours to become a registered GED Preparation $119appraiser. The textbook is provided and a final exam is SAT/ACT Preparation—Part 1 $119required in New Mexico. Participants will receive 30 SAT/ACT Preparation—Part 2 $119hours of Real Estate Appraisal credit upon successfulcompletion of the course. No Prerequisite Required. Visit dce.unm.edu/online-courses.htm for courseCourse: 37410 $329 For: 30 hours descriptions and registration informationSection A: Sep 10-Oct 8 Sa 8:00am-4:30pmMarty Molloy, ASA, CRA, SCVBasic Appraisal ProceduresLearn how to appraise the single-family residence. Thiscourse is required to meet the New Mexico AppraisalBoard requirements for education hours to become aregistered appraiser. The textbook is provided and afinal exam is required in New Mexico. Participants willreceive 30 hours of Real Estate Appraisal credit uponsuccessful completion of the course. Prerequisite:37410.Course: 37411 $329 For: 30 hoursSection A: Oct 22-Nov 12 Sa 8:00am-4:30pmMarty Molloy, ASA, CRA, SCVRegistration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 61
    • Alternative Energy Careers Health and Adobe Design Learn modern, comprehensive elements of adobe home building from the site layout to the finish Community Action details. Subjects include permits, foundations, floors, walls, mechanical and electrical systems, wood beam Development techniques, solar advantages, and other design ele- ments. Each meeting will include a lecture, question Health Care Careers and answer period, and demonstrations. One Saturday Basic First Aid for the Community & Workplace field trip to be arranged in class. Gain a basic knowledge of first aid and first aid skills Course: 07500 $100 For: 20 hours through hands-on training. This extremely flexible Section A: Sep 22-Dec 1 Th 7:00pm-9:00pm program will help employers meet OSHA and other Business & Technology Note: Class will not meet on Nov 24. federal and state regulatory requirements for training Hayes Middle School employees how to respond and care for medical emer- Danny Martinez gencies at work. Emergency response teams in business and industry. School bus drivers, adult residential care Landscape Design personnel, child care workers, teachers, parents and This course is designed for the homeowner who is babysitters will all find this essential information vital considering a landscape project.Whether it is a do-it- to workplace and home safety. Required Text: ASHI yourself project, or you plan to hire a contractor to Basic First Aid for the Community and Workplace install your design, this class will prepare you for all Student Handbook. the phases of installation. There is an emphasis on Course: 38050 $49 For: 5 hours using native and regionally adapted plants in a manner Section A: Sep 17 Sa 9:00am-2:00pm that creates wonderful outdoor rooms while maintain- Section B: Nov 12 Sa 9:00am-2:00pmAlternative Energy Careers/Health Care Careers ng a responsible use of water. The class will follow a Notes: CPR and AED recommended. sequential process to arrive at a landscape design that suits the needs of all family members. It includes infor- CPR and AED for the Community & Workplace mation regarding the City of Albuquerque’s water This course is designed for persons who do not work rebate program. in the healthcare field but are occupationally required Course: 07512 $95 For: 12.5 hours to, or desire to, have CPR knowledge and skills, such Section A: Sep 1-29 Th 6:00pm-8:30pm as emergency response teams in business and industry, Note: Please bring to class the plant catalogs from the school bus drivers, adult residential care personnel, following two resources: child care workers, teachers, parents and babysitters. 1. High Country Gardens, Upon completion of this course you will be able to demonstrate proper removal of contaminated gloves; www.highcountrygardens.com/ place an unresponsive breathing victim in a recovery 2. Plants of the Southwest position; perform effective rescue breathing with a face (go to store to get the catalog) shield or pocket mask; perform effective chest com- www.plantsofthesouthwest.com/ pressions; perform effective CPR with 1 provider; and Yvette Tovar perform the steps to manage choking in a responsive victim. Required Text: ASHI CPR/AED for the Community and Workplace. Course: 38054 $59 For: 6 hours Section A: Aug 27 Sa 9:00am-4:00pm Section A: Oct 29 Sa 9:00am-4:00pm Notes: Basic First Aid is recommended. Although a card is issued and the certification period is for up to 2 years, this course is recommended annually. for the Community and Workplace. 62 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Child and Babysitting (CABS) ICD-9 Coding SpecialistLearn the critical child safety and basic care techniques (Basic, Intermediate, Advanced)for infants and children. CABS stresses the number 1 This is an intense ICD-9 coding course, which startspriority of keeping you and the children you care for with the format and convention behind thesafe. Babysitting is not just “watching” the children, International Classification of Diseases, then buildsbut being responsible for their safety and well being. upon these coding fundamentals until the student canWhen you are caring for a child, you are taking care of code complex diagnoses from the medical record doc-a parent(s) most prized possession. Everything in their umentation. ICD-9 Volumes 1, 2 and 3 will be cov-home and your own home can be replaced— every- ered. Prerequisite: Course #38104 Medicalthing, that is, except a child. Upon completion of this Terminology and Human Anatomy. Required text:course you will be able to demonstrate theproper hand ICD-9 CM: Volumes 1, 2 and 3, Current Edition.washing technique with soap and water or an alcohol- Book may be purchased at the UNM Medicalbased hand rub; the proper method for changing dia- Bookstore, Phone # 277-5827. Business & Technologypers; the steps to manage choking in a responsive Course: 38103 $760 For: 40 hoursinfant and child; how to control severe bleeding; and Section A: Aug 24-Dec 7 W 5:30pm-8:00pmhow to perform spinal motion restriction. Required Lupe Chavez, CPC, CPC-H, CCPText: Child and Babysitting Safety.Course: 38058 $39 For: 6 hours Medical Terminology and Human AnatomySection A: Oct 15 Sa 9:00am-4:00pm This course introduces the foundations of medical lan-Section A: Dec 10 Sa 9:00am-4:00pm guage and human anatomy as a science. Prefixes, suf-Notes: The CABS Certification Period is for up to fixes, diagnostic and medical terms will be covered as2 years. Card Issued Child and Babysitting Safety well as human anatomy in illustration form. Thecertification card. overview and discussion of body systems and diseasesEmergency Medical Technician (EMT) Basic will be covered. Course: 38104 $829 For: 40 hoursThe EMT-Basic course is 180 hours and Health Care Careers Section A: Aug 22-Dec 5 M 5:30pm-8:00pmmeets/exceeds the National Standards recommenda-tions for the EMT Basic. The course also includes Lupe Chavez, CPC, CPC-H, CCPinformation and training for skills allowed by the New Medical Billing and Healthcare SpecialistMexico EMT-Basic Scope of Practice. The course isdesigned specifically for emergency medical personnel Prepare for a variety of administrative positions in thewho have access to specialized emergency vehicles and medical industry, including Admitting Clerk, Medicalemergency rooms. The course content gives emer- Biller, Claims Processor and Medical Front Office.gency medical personnel the knowledge and skills to Learn third party payer billing, state and federal rulesrecognize and stabilize patients with life-threatening and regulations, compliance issues, HIPAA, patientemergencies at the scene and during transport. record keeping, patient registration, and scheduling.Successful completion of this course will allow the stu- Review reimbursement methodologies, fee scheduledent to sit for the state licensing exam for EMT Basic. reimbursement and charge-master issues, along with an introduction to CPT-4 and ICD-9 coding systems.Course: 38080 $699 For: 180 hours Course materials included in course fee.Section A: Aug 13-Dec 4 SaSu 8:00am-5:00pm Course: 38110 $760 For: 40 hoursMary Hewett, NREMT-P, BS-EMS Section A: Aug 25-Dec 8 Th 5:30pm-8:00pmCPT-4 Coding Specialist Lupe Chavez, CPC, CPC-H, CCP(Basic, Intermediate, Advanced)This is an intense CPT coding course. Begin at thebasic level, where students gain an understanding andfoundation of CPT-4 coding, then progress into evalu-ation, management, and surgery sections, followed byall other organ and body systems. The course con-cludes at the advanced level by coding from the med-ical record documentation. There will also be a com-plete review of modifiers. Prerequisite: Course#38104 Medical Terminology and Human Anatomy.Required Text: Current Version CPT-4, StandardEdition. Book may be purchased at the UNM MedicalBookstore, Phone # 277-5827.Course: 38102 $760 For: 37.5 hoursSection A: Aug 23-Nov 29 T 5:30pm-8:00pmLupe Chavez, CPC, CPC-H, CCPRegistration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 63
    • Medical Transcription Editor Online Phlebotomy Essentials, Laboratory, Develop the knowledge and skills of quality medical Clinical Experience transcriptionists in addition to the specialized skill set Gain the essential knowledge and skills to become an of medical transcription editors. The demand for well- effective phlebotomist. Attain hands-on practice apply- trained medical transcription editors is rapidly increas- ing what you learn in the classroom portion of the ing, and this program prepares students for both course, performing blood draws on realistic plastic career paths, making them more flexible after gradua- models and on other students. During clinicals at tion. Students focus on keyboarding, medical termi- TriCore the last three weeks of the class, you’ll experi- nology, language and grammar, and the editing skills ence the real world of a phlebotomist and have the required to work with speech recognition technology. opportunity to display your acquired skills for potential The program also emphasizes practical experience-by employment. Participants must be 18 or older. graduation, students will have transcribed hundreds of Participants must also be prepared to go through a authentic dictations, preparing for a quick and success- national background check. Course 20304 is alsoBusiness & Technology ful transition to the workplace. required. Course: 38128 $2375 For: 640 hours Course: 38205 $2499 For: 200 hours Section A: Aug 19-Dec 16 F 8:00am-5:00pm Section A: Note: This is an online class. Dates and times are Sep 12-Nov 11 MTWThF 12:00pm-4:30pm placeholders only. This class is taken on your own Note: Please email lnalin@unm.edu for registration computer at the time and dates that are convenient information. Classroom and lab hours for the first 6 to you. Also note materials fee of $14.95. weeks of class are M-F from 12:00pm to 4:30pm for a Career Step total of 120 hours. Clinicals hours for the last 3 weeks will be 40 hours per week for a total of 120 hours; Medical Administrative flexible schedules are available. Please note that Assistant Online students are also required to take course 20304 Work The Medical Administrative Assistant online training Skills for the Workplace. Contact Program SupervisorHealth Care Careers program helps students gain the specialized skills and at lnalin@unm.edu. business knowledge needed to successfully manage the Sharon Whetten, (ASCP), CLS BS/Med. Lab Sci day-to-day administration of a medical facility. Students learn how to effectively manage front desk reception, patient scheduling, insurance and billing, Healthcare Careers Online practice finances, and more. Upon graduation, stu- dents will be prepared to enter the workforce and pass Enhance your learning with these online options the Certified Medical Administrative Assistant exam from Gatlin and Ed2Go. (CMAA) offered by the National Healthcareer HIPAA Compliance $119 Association. The program’s online learning platform Medical Terminology: provides 24/7 access to the curriculum and interactive A Word Association Approach $119 learning tools, allowing students to study on a sched- Medical Billing and Coding + ule that fits their individual lifestyles. Medical Terminology $1895 Course: 38132 $1220 For: 200 hours Section A: Aug 22-Dec 26 M 8:00am-5:00pm Visit dce.unm.edu/online-courses.htm for course Note: Dates and times are placeholders only. Also note descriptions and registration information materials fee of $14.95. Career Step Pharmacy Tech Online Information Session with Career Step Be a part of a rapidly growing industry and train for a Thursday, November 3, 2011 6pm new career as a pharmacy technician. This online train- Combine your interest in self-paced, online training ing program helps students quickly develop a broader and a healthcare career. New this fall is the range of pharmacy technician knowledge and skills Medical Administrative Assistant. Join Career Step than those professionals trained solely on the job. Representatives to learn more on Thursday, Students are prepared for national certification November 3, 2011 at 6pm. Career Step also offers through the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board Medical Transcription Editor and Pharmacy and gain the background necessary to work in both Technician Online training. retail and institutional settings. Course: 38140 $1795 For: 185 hours Section A: Aug 25-Dec 22 Th 8:00am-5:00pm Note: Date and times are placeholders only. Also note a materials fee of $10.95. Career Step 64 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Keys for Well Being Certified Personal Trainer (CPT) Business Concepts SeriesYoga for Yoga Teachers Courses will provide a comprehensive overview of keyThis approach of alignment-based yoga has influenced aspects involved in running a privately owned personalmany varied styles of yoga and has contributed to the training business. Topic areas include but are not limit-popularity if yoga worldwide. The creative use of ed to: tax liability/reporting requirements, businessprops, attention to proper physical alignment, and licensing, advertising, liability issues, and operationalemphasis on balancing stability and strength with policy development. Visit our website at dce.unm.edumovement and flexibility characterize a style of yoga for complete program information.that minimizes potential for injury and creates balance Course: 38240in mind and body. Herb brings a dedication to practic- $179 series/$59 session For: 3 hoursing and teaching that makes his classes fertile ground Section A: Oct 22 Sa 9:00am-12:00pmfor the growth of other teachers. This class is appropri- Section B: Oct 29 Sa 9:00am-12:00pm Business & Technologyate for novice to experienced teachers and those sea- Section C: Nov 5 Sa 9:00am-12:00pmsoned yogis wishing to deepen personal practice. These Section D: Nov 12 Sa 9:00am-12:00pmasana classes will be taught in a format that will allowfor personal and group exploration of the deeper Karen Bacher, M.S., M.Ed.aspects of asana and the Eight Limbs of Yoga. Herb Clinical Herbalism 101McDonald is one of the most experienced yoga teach- This course provides health care professionals anders in New Mexico. He has been teaching Iyengar interested community members a basic foundation inYoga for over 35 years, sharing his unique perspective Medical Herbalism. Students will explore the basicand vast knowledge of yoga with humor and openness. concepts of herbal terminology, botany, and medicinalCourse: 06533 $80 For: 8 hours uses of herbs for different systems of the body. TopicsSection A: Oct 1-22 Sa 10:00am-12:00pm will include herbal preparations and regulations, plantHerb McDonald, Certified Iyengar Yoga Instructor identification, herb-drug interactions, cultural diversity Keys for Well Being and traditional techniques in diagnostics and medicinalPersonal Trainer for NASM Certification uses of herbs.Ready to make a passion for fitness and motivate oth- Course: 38261 $139 For: 20 hoursers as your professional goal? Acquire a comprehensive Section A: Sep 7-Nov 9 W 6:00pm-8:00pmknowledge of human movement science; as well as Note: Recommended Text: Fundamentals offunctional assessment and program design to prepareyou for the NCCA accredited NASM Certified Pharmacognosy and Phytotherapy by Heinrich,Personal Trainer (CPT) Certification. Discover the Barnes et al.power behind Optimum Performance TrainingTM Sonia Masocco, LDT, C.AY, CAH(OPTTM) as you will learn the scientific rationale, Nutrition Concepts for Wellness:teaching tools and the practical experience necessary toperform assessments, create individualized programs Nutrition with a Twistincluding nutrition, and behavior modification and Guide others or adopt a plan for your own healthyprogress your clients to their goals. New skills can be lifestyle following evidence-base nutrition and dietaryapplied quickly to build clientele and increase revenue. guidelines set in 2010. Professionals in fitness andThis course provides registration for the NASM CPT wellness, human services, prevention and a variety ofexam. community programs can engage, educate andCourse: 38221 $1399 For: 24 hours empower anyone to improve their overall healthSection A: Sep 10-Oct 15 Sa 9:00am-1:00pm through nutrition. Add a twist by using the latestNote: Course books and material are provided. NASM guidelines for a plant based diet from the Physiciansexam will be schedule through SWSI after successful Committee for Responsible Medicine in Washington D.C. and the National Institute of Health websites.completion of the training. Make-overs for your favorite recipes with ultimatelySouthwest Sport Institute (SWSI) healthy and nutritious substitutions will add the twistJonathan Smith, RD, LD and make getting into optimal shape fun and easy!Section B: Nov 5-Dec 17 Sa 9:00am-1:00pm Course: 38370 $109 For: 6 hoursNote: Course books and material are provided. NASM Section A: Nov 5-12 Sa 9:00am-12:00pmexam will be schedule through SWSI after successful Willette Senter, R.D.L.D.completion of the training.Southwest Sport Institute (SWSI)Jonathan Smith, RD, LDRegistration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 65
    • Whole Kid Nutrition: The Tasty Pyramid Human Service Careers Take the mystery out of good nutrition and healthy choices. The key to achieving and maintaining a Substance Abuse healthy lifestyle is to develop food preparation as an Cause and Effect essential life skill. Sorting through all of the informa- This is an introduction to the continuum of substance tion about nutrition and food choices is challenging. use disorders and their treatment. Topics include drugs Learn from a registered dietician how to motivate chil- of abuse, the epidemiology and history of disorders, dren to become food savvy and create tasty alternatives and gender and racial/ethnic differences. Social costs to the empty calorie, fast-food choices. Try a variety of and consequences, are also discussed, along with the ideas and recipes for new and unique ways to trans- role of local, state, and federal governments in address- form “everyday meals” into fun experiences for meal- ing problems. Participants are oriented to the sub- time and special event celebrations. stance abuse workforce, requirements for licensure in Course: 38395 $109 For: 6 hours New Mexico, and of the national LADAC examina-Business & Technology Section A: Oct 8-15 Sa 9:00am-12:00pm tion. Willette Senter, R.D.L.D. Course: 38651 $99 For: 8 hours Section A: Sep 17 Sa 8:30am-5:30pm Mexican Traditional Medicine in Oaxaca, Mexico Raymond Anderson, PhD, LPCC, LADAC Join us in Oaxaca, Mexico on October 22-29, 2011 to experience the practice of traditional medicine lead by Drugs Dr. Terry K. Crowe. On this seven day adventure, of Abuse meet indigenous healers and participate in healing A review of major drug cases, common routes, and practices. The tour includes visits to archeological sites, behavioral effects of administration, patterns of drug the village of Tlacolula market, a weaving village and use in New Mexico and the Southwest, methods for more. Registration deadline is Aug. 15, 2011 for recognizing and measuring drug intoxication, and course #38400 $1525.00 ($300 cancellation fee). physiological and behavioral aspects of addiction,Human Service Careers Course: 38400 $1525 For: 72 hours including drug interactions, withdrawal and treatment Section A: qwill also be covered. Oct 22-29 MTWThFSaSu 8:00am-5:00pm Course: 38655 $99 For: 8 hours Note: Course fee is for land costs only and you are Section A: Oct 1 Sa 8:30am-5:30pm responsible for booking your own air flights and To be Announced arriving in Oaxaca mid-day on Oct. 22. Terry K. Crowe, PhD, ORT/L, FAOTA Reality-Based Case Management Acquire a toolbox of real world, tested strategies and skills for working with participants moving to self-suf- Fitness and Wellness Online ficiency. Make problem-solving and active listening the Enhance your learning with these online options tools you reach for every day. Promote participant from Gatlin and Ed2Go. ownership and commitment to plans that make change more achievable. You will be part of an interactive Personal Training and Group Exercise team to discover your strengths and find supportive Training for Older Adults $2,395 networks. This class offers opportunities to work in Women’s Exercise Training and Wellness $2,395 small groups and use role playing that enable you to Fitness Business Management $2,395 grow as a case manager. Nutrition for Optimal Health, Course: 38753 $429 For: 20 hours Wellness, and Sports $2,395 Section A: Aug 23-Sep 22 TTh 3:00pm-5:00pm Visit dce.unm.edu/online-courses.htm for course Carol March, MA descriptions and registration information 66 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Ethical and Professional Issues Introduction to the Substance Abuse FieldThe purpose of this course is to review, discuss and Learn to recognize the most common addictive behav-develop an understanding of ethical considerations in iors. Discuss the progression into and out of substancecase management situations. Such considerations abuse as described by the transtheoretical model.include: cultural barriers, personal beliefs and life expe- Review evidence-based treatment methods and discussriences leading to one’s personal opinions/beliefs how they differ from other commonly used approach-about others. The course will review confidentiality es. Receive a valuable introduction to specific treat-and the importance of maintaining boundaries. Finally, ment methods, evidence-based principles of treatment,the course will provide an overview of several Code of and aspects of the therapeutic relationship. DiscussEthics documents from various areas of practice (such substance-abuse-specific credentials (e.g., LADAC) inas medical, mental health and business). relation to other forms of professional licensure.Course: 38756 $159 For: 7 hours Consider the need for integrated treatment of sub-Section A: Aug 27 Sa 9:00am-4:00pm stance abuse, mental health, and medical problems. Business & TechnologyBarbara Czinger, LISW, LADAC Course: 39451 $129 For: 16 hours Section A: Sep 10-11 SaSu 8:30am-5:30pmLADAC Exam Preparation Note: To register for class please call 277-0077 Ext 1.Review the content for the CADAC and LADAC Materials for this course are available on-line viaexams, and be ready for test day! This class provides eReserves. Please check your course confirmation forexam content outlines and review four content sec- details on how to access eReserves. 16 NAADAC CEU’stions, including counseling practices and skills (12 core Raymond Anderson, PhD, LPCC, LADACfunctions), theoretical basis of counseling, professionalconsiderations (cultural competency and ethics) and Motivational Interviewingpharmacology. A Student Study Guide is included in Learn evidence-based clinical methods of motivationalthe cost of tuition, with emphasis given to independ- interviewing (MI) and motivational enhancement ther-ent test preparation. apy (MET). After orientation to the underlying spirit Human Service CareersCourse: 39310 $249 For: 8 hours and principles of MI, practical exercises help partici-Section A: Oct 15 Sa 8:30am-4:30pm pants to strengthen empathy skills, recognize and elicitNote: 7 NAADAC CEU’s client change talk, and roll with resistance. StudentsJennifer Cady, MA, LADAC will also discuss assessment feedback in MET, review research evidence for the efficacy of MI and for thePrevention and Education importance of the therapeutic relationship in clientExplore the part of the treatment continuum that outcomes, and discuss the integration of MI withentails universal, targeted, and indicated prevention. other treatments.Evidence for what works in universal and targeted pre- Course: 39452 $129 For: 16 hoursvention is reviewed. Risk factors and early warning Section A: Sep 24-25 SaSu 8:30am-5:30pmsigns are presented, along with problem behavior theo- Note: To register for class please call 277-0077 Ext 1.ry and the inter-relationship of substance abuse with Materials for this course are available on-line viarisk-taking behaviors. Public health education and eReserves. Please check your course confirmation foreffective school-based prevention approaches are dis- details on how to access eReserves. 16 NAADAC CEU’scussed. Cultural considerations are explored. Brian Serna, LPCC, LADAC, MACCourse: 39414 $129 For: 16 hoursSection A: Dec 3-4 SaSu 8:30am-5:30pmNote: To register for class please call 277-0077 Ext 1.Materials for this course are available on-line viaeReserves. Please check your course confirmation fordetails on how to access eReserves. 16 NAADAC CEU’sBob Phillips, MSW, MA, LMSW, LADACRegistration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 67
    • Psychopharmacology of Drug Abuse and Community Reinforcement Approach Pharmacotherapies This course provides an introduction to the communi- An introduction to the biology of drug use and addic- ty reinforcement approach (CRA) as a comprehensive tion. Topics covered include drug classes and their model of change based on positive reinforcement. effects on behavior, routes of administration, pharma- Participants are introduced to sobriety sampling, func- cokinetics and pharmacodynamics, neurotransmitters, tional analysis, reinforcer sampling, behavioral skills neurological bases of pleasure and reinforcement, and training, social/recreational counseling, and job-seeker the biological basis of tolerance, dependence, and training for helping clients find employment. The withdrawal. Discuss the use of medications to manage importance of involving significant others is also withdrawal, agonist and antagonist pharmacotherapies, stressed. and medications that alter the reinforcing properties of Course: 39456 $129 For: 16 hours drugs. Section A: Nov 5-6 SaSu 8:30am-5:30pm Course: 39453 $129 For: 16 hours Note: Registration closes a week before class start date.Business & Technology Section A: Oct 8-9 SaSu 8:30am-5:30pm To register for class please call 277-0077 Ext 1. Note: To register for class please call 277-0077 Ext 1. Materials for this course are available on-line via Materials for this course are available on-line via eReserves. Please check your course confirmation for eReserves. Please check your course confirmation for details on how to access eReserves. 16 NAADAC CEU’s details on how to access eReserves. 16 NAADAC CEU’s Vickie McGinley, MA, LPC, LADAC Eric Jackson Cognitive Behavioral Therapies and Practicum Diagnosis, Assessment and Treatment Planning This course presents an overview of evidence-based, This course provides an orientation to the issues of cognitive-behavioral therapies, including coping skills diagnosis, assessment and treatment planning that are training, behavioral contracting, contingency manage- specific to substance abuse treatment. Diagnostic con- ment, behavioral self-control training, and relapse pre- siderations include the spectrum of DSM substance vention skill training. Practical exercises focus on caseHuman Service Careers use disorders, and use of SCID criteria in diagnosis. formulation, treatment planning, and implementation, Valid instruments are introduced for assessing sub- including consideration of cultural factors in addiction stance use, problems, and dependence, need for detox- treatment. A specific case example is followed from ini- ification, and psychological dependence. Issues of tial screening through long-term outcome. client-treatment matching are considered, including Course: 39457 $129 For: 16 hours the ASAM treatment placement criteria, and connect- Section A: Nov 19-20 SaSu 8:30am-5:30pm ing clients with needed services in the community. Note: Registration closes a week before class start date. Course: 39455 $129 For: 16 hours To register for class please call 277-0077 Ext 1. Section A: Oct 22-23 SaSu 8:30am-5:30pm Materials 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 via details on how to access eReserves. 16 NAADAC CEU’s eReserves. Please check your course confirmation for Michael DeBernardi, PsyD details on how to access eReserves. 16 NAADAC CEU’s Alyssa Forcehimes, PhD LSAA Roundtable The LSAA Roundtable is offered to students who have completed the Substance Abuse Studies Training Program. Students can register each term for 8 hours of NAADAC approved training. Each session will be facilitated by an instructor from the SASTP program who will mentor the participants in a variety of issues and client settings. Challenging case studies or related topics for observation will stimulate lively discussion and shared insights for this unique group. Course: 39470 $69 For: 8 hours Section A: Sep 7-Dec 7 W 6:00pm-8:00pm Note: 8 NAADAC CEU’s Jennifer Cady, MA, LADAC 68 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Community Engagement The Basics of Grant Writing Grant writing is difficult—but not impossible. It isCommunicating with Difficult People challenging—but rewarding. When you understand theManage conflict constructively through effective com- writing and application process, the major proposalmunication, the key to win-win conflict resolution. components, the critical decisions and considerations,Learn how to listen effectively. Communicate ideas so and the review process, you can write a successfulothers listen without becoming defensive. Give pro- grant. This one-day course will provide the basics ofductive feedback. Manage emotions and “ego issues” grant writing and get you started on being awardedwhen communicating. Find win-win solutions to con- funding. Taught by a former grants coordinator forflicts. Cope with difficult people and situations. the state and writer of numerous successful state andCourse: 40110 $269 For: 9 hours federal grant proposals.Section A: Sep 7-21 W 5:30pm-8:30pm Course: 42140 $259 For: 8 hoursNancy Greiff, PhD Section A: Sep 8 Th 8:00am-5:00pm Business & Technology Section B: Nov 8 T 8:00am-5:00pmWin-Win Conflict Resolution David BowmanResolve conflicts to the satisfaction of all interestedparties, in a win-win manner, and they tend to stay Grantsmanship Trainingresolved. Learn to be supportive of all parties involved Improve your ability to win grants. Thewhile remaining neutral, implement productive and Grantsmanship Center’s 5-day Grantsmanshiplasting solutions to conflicts, get buy-in for these solu- Training Program has a proven record of benefitstions, and manage tensions associated with emotions both for newcomers to the field and for experiencedand differing personalities. grantseekers. Thousands of professionals who’ve com-Course: 40112 $249 For: 7 hours pleted this training have had outstanding success inSection A: Sep 28-Oct 5 W 5:30pm-9:00pm winning grants, and they attribute that success largelyNancy Greiff, PhD to this training. You’ll practice using The Community Engagement Grantsmanship Center’s groundbreaking approach toSuccessful Negotiating planning programs and writing grant proposals—anMaster the skills necessary for efficient negotiation approach so powerful and effective it’s been adoptedplanning and learn the diplomatic skills essential to by scores of other organizations. You’ll leave with acommunicate effectively with the other side. Learn wealth of useful, up-to-date, practical information—how to establish successful and productive long-term including a training manual, handouts, and ideas youbusiness relationships through creative win-win negoti- can put to work immediately. This is a dynamic experi-ating. Also, discover methods of creating an enjoyable, ence: You won’t sit around being talked at for hours.low-stress atmosphere for the negotiation process, and You’ll spend nearly half the class time in exercises andways to avoid falling into common negotiating traps. team projects. You’ll learn the characteristics and prac-Course: 40114 $269 For: 7.5 hours tices of different funders—government, foundation,Section A: Oct 12-19 W 5:30pm-9:15pm and corporate—and you’ll practice tracking down the most appropriate funding sources for your program.Nancy Greiff, PhD Working as part of a team, you’ll complete a real pro-Mediating Workplace Conflicts posal for your own or a teammate’s organization. And you’ll learn to think like a grantmaker, as you reviewLearn the skills necessary to be an effective neutral other proposals to see what works, what doesn’t, and“third party.” Discover what workplace mediation is, why. UNM Staff and Faculty may register by contact-when it can best be used, and how to decide whether ing Loree Nalin (lnalin@unm.edu or 505-277-6025);to use a peer mediator or an outside mediator. In addi- all other participants may contact the Grantsmanshiption, learn how to be supportive of all parties in a con- Center directly (registrar@tgci.com or 213-482-9860).flict, build trust, help disputants come up with produc-tive solutions to conflicts, and read body language and Course: 42145 $895 For: 40 hoursverbal clues to assess progress and avoid escalating Section A:conflict. Information in this course is built upon the Oct 17-21 MTWThF 8:30am-5:30pmthree prerequisite courses. Students in this course will The Grantsmanship Center (TGCI)receive significant practice opportunities with a profes-sional mediator for every four students. Prerequisites:22300, 22303, and 22306. Nancy Greiff, PhD. UNM employees, you may use your TuitionCourse: 40125 $499 For: 17.5 hours Remission benefit for all Business & Technology cours-Section A: Nov 2-Dec 7 W 5:30pm-9:00pm es. For complete Tuition Remission policy information,Nancy Greiff, PhD please contact the benefits office at 505-277-MyHR.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 69
    • Computer Skills Windows: Operating System Basics Meet Windows 7! Learn how to customize your Windows 7 setup, and to create and work with short- Windows Basics cuts. Practice the use of the taskbar, Windows Explorer, control panel, file management, accessories, Unless otherwise indicated, Windows Basics courses the search utility, and on-line help. This course is for are taught on the Windows 7 Operating System. those with only limited previous Windows experience. Note: See Course Skills Assessment. Prerequisite: Beginning Keyboarding 51010 or equivalent experience. Learn proper keyboarding techniques and develop Course: 51101 $279 For: 12 hours speed and accuracy. Students participate in classroom Section A: Oct 10-14 MWF 8:00am-12:00pm exercises designed to increase keyboarding speed. This Windows: Organize Your Files and Photos course is taught using PCs. No previous computer Business & Technology Do you—or those in your organization—waste valu- experience is necessary. Note: This course is for indi- able time searching for your important files and pic- viduals with little or no keyboarding experience. This tures? Learn to effectively organize and manage docu- course may be repeated for additional skill develop- ments with a systematic approach to file, folder, and ment. Prerequisite: None. disk creation, naming, and placement. Learn the rules Course: 51001 $289 For: 18 hours and suggestions for naming, renaming, finding, copy- Section A: ing, deleting, and backing up files and pictures. Oct 4-25 TTh 9:00am-12:00pm Prerequisite: 51101/11 or equivalent experience. Margo Bouchard Course: 51115 $219 For: 6 hours Learn to Use a Computer at any Age Section A: Oct 17-19 MW 9:00am-12:00pm Using a computer is for everyone! This beginning Margo Bouchard computer course for adults acquaints the novice withWindows Basics/Desktop Computing computer terminology, essential concepts, and best of Desktop Computing all—actual experience at the computer. Topics include startup and shutdown procedures, keyboard and Unless otherwise noted, Desktop Computing courses mouse operation, and an overview of popular comput- are taught using Office 2007. ing functions.Each student will work at their comput- ers and will have access to a computer lab between Online courses are now available in Office 2003 classes. Note: See Course Skills Assessment. and 2007. Contact Program Supervisor at Prerequisite: None. (505) 277-6033 if you wish to substitute an online Course: 51010 $139 For: 8 hours course for a classroom course in a certificate program. Section A: Sep 19-21 MW 8:00am-12:00pm Fast Track Friday classes are a great way to get the Email and the Internet skills you need in one day. 1 day, 8 hours, $229 and Get in the communication stream with email! Find out lunch is on us! how easy it is to set up an email account and send and receive mail. Topics include working with email Word: Beginning 52151 Section A Aug 26 addresses; composing, replying to and forwarding mes- Excel: Beginning 52171 Section A Sep 9 sages; retrieving, reading, and deleting mail messages; Word: Intermediate 52152 Section A Sep 23 and opening and saving attachments. Discover the Excel: Intermediate 52172 Section A Oct 7 many uses of surfing the Internet. Use search engines, Word: Beginning 52151 Section B Oct 21 go shopping, and email a company. Find information Excel: Beginning 52171 Section B Nov 4 on anything that interests you. Put a picture you find Word: Intermediate 52152 Section B Nov 18 on the Internet as the desktop on your computer or Excel: Intermediate 52172 Section B Dec 2 save it for other uses, and much more. Prerequisite: 51010 or equivalent experience. For more information contact the Program Supervisor at businessapps@dce.unm.edu or Course: 51012 $139 For: 8 hours (505) 277-6033. Section A: Oct 3-5 MW 8:00am-12:00pm Rav Nicholson Ask your employer about your company’s tuition Practice computers are available for students taking reimbursement programs for job-related courses and computer courses during the current semester. training. Tuition remission is available for UNM Staff Request a practice time through your program and faculty. supervisor or program support staff. 70 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Discover Office 2010 Word: AdvancedThis four-hour class will give you a better understand- Make the most out of Word 2007! Learn mail merge,ing of the new features and possibilities of Office objects and backgrounds, forms, macros, customiza-2010. If you have upgraded your computer and are tion, long documents and xml features. Make Word dofrustrated with the new layout, this class will help you the work for you through managing master docu-refresh your knowledge in Microsoft Word, Excel and ments, tables of contents, indexes, bibliographies, andPowerPoint. Prerequisite: Basic Windows or equiva- cross references. Run macros to save time with repeti-lent experience. tive tasks. Use form fields to protect forms and shareCourse: 52011 $99 For: 4 hours and secure documents. Prerequisite: 52142/52.Section A: Aug 25 Th 1:00pm-5:00pm Course: 52143 $259 For: 12 hoursSection B: Nov 2 W 8:00am-12:00pm Section A: Dec 12-16 MWF 8:00am-12:00pm Diane C. FollstaedtBasic Applications Business & TechnologyGet started using the three basic applications for MS Word: Beginning—Fast TrackOffice 2007: Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Clear step- Learn the new capabilities of Word 2007 in just eightby-step instructions show you how to tackle Office hours. This course will teach you how to create, edit,2007 tasks. Topics include: finding hidden files, creat- and save documents while formatting the text anding a blog post, writing a letter, assembling and pre- paragraphs in the new Word 2007 software. Learn thesenting slideshows, developing a publication, and basic functions of Word, such as managing headers andbuilding a spreadsheet. Lessons are presented in bite- footers, paragraph alignment, creating tables, and cus-sized modules so you can get started right away. tomizing tabs. If you do not have any experience withPrerequisite: Basic Windows or equivalent experience. Word, it is recommended you take a Basics courseCourse: 52030 $219 For: 8 hours rather than a Beginning course. This course isSection A: Oct 11-13 TTh 8:00am-12:00pm designed to cover the topics quickly and accurately.Rav Nicholson Prerequisite: 51101/11 or equivalent experience. Desktop Computing Course: 52151 $229 For: 8 hoursWord: Beginning Section A: Aug 26 F 8:00am-5:00pmLearn to create, edit, and save documents as well as Note: This class includes lunch.format text, paragraphs, and documents. Learn effec- Section B: Oct 21 F 8:00am-5:00pmtive navigation and selection techniques, custom tabs, Note: This class includes lunch.indents, paragraph alignment, and line spacing. Sharlene SteinManage headers, footers, and margins. Create tables.Use powerful proofing and correcting features includ- Word: Intermediate—Fast Tracking find and replace text, AutoCorrect, and Spelling This course is designed to teach students the complexand Grammar Checker. Add graphics and clip art. functions of Word 2007. Learn to format text in mul-Prerequisite: 51101/11 or equivalent experience. tiple columns, print documents as Web pages, andCourse: 52141 $279 For: 12 hours learn how to use templates for labels and envelopes.Section A: Sep 12-16 MWF 8:00am-12:00pm Word 2007 has a number of hidden tricks to makeSection B: Nov 7-11 MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm documents easier than ever to create. Learn the tricksSharlene Stein and sign up for this course. Prerequisite: 52141/51. Course: 52152 $219 For: 8 hoursWord: Intermediate Section A: Sep 23 F 8:00am-5:00pmUse Word 2007 for more complex tasks. Learn to for- Section B: Nov 18 F 8:00am-5:00pmmat text in multiple columns, save and preview docu- Margo Bouchardments as Web pages and advanced table features.Explore using templates, envelopes and labels, styles, Excel: Beginningand making revisions. Prerequisite: 52141/51. Learn the most effective methods to create, modify,Course: 52142 $279 For: 12 hours format, and print worksheets. Insert and modifySection A: Sep 26-30 MWF 8:00am-12:00pm graphics. Create, modify and print charts. Enter andSection B: Dec 5-9 MWF 8:00am-12:00pm apply basic formulas and functions. Explore customMargo Bouchard formatting features, such as fonts and conditional for- matting. This course is appropriate for new users and Custom Microsoft Office 2007 or 2010 Classes the self-taught. Prerequisite: 51101/11 or equivalent experience. In addition to the Microsoft Office classes offered in Course: 52161 $279 For: 12 hours this catalog, UNM Continuing Education can create Section A: Sep 12-16 MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm customized MS Office classes for your company or department that is upgrading to a new MS Office ver- Rav Nicholson sion. Contact the UNMCE Custom Training Program at Section B: Nov 7-11 MWF 8:00am-12:00pm 505-277-6034 or email customtraining@dce.unm.edu Cynthia Sachs-BustusRegistration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 71
    • Excel: Intermediate Excel: Pivot Tables Move beyond the basics in this Excel 2007 class. Link Learn to use Excel Pivot Tables to efficiently extract multiple worksheets/workbooks and use advanced for- meaningful information from large tables of data. matting features. Outline and consolidate data. Create Understand pivot table requirements and capabilities and use cell names for greater understanding and ease. to view data from different perspectives. Extract data Learn advanced filtering options to find what you need subsets, perform summary calculations, create interac- and organize your data. Save workbooks as Web pages tive pivot charts and format reports. Prerequisite: and use hyperlinks. Explore the advanced charting fea- 52162/72. tures. Prerequisite: 52161/71. Course: 52166 $129 For: 4 hours Course: 52162 $279 For: 12 hours Section A: Oct 26 W 1:00pm-5:00pm Section A: Sep 26-30 MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm Mary Byrd Rav Nicholson Section B: Dec 5-9 MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm Access: BeginningBusiness & Technology Rick Berg Understand the basic concepts of database use and how to most effectively design your database. Design Excel: Advanced basic tables and add, edit, locate, sort, filter and delete Learn the advanced functions of excel to simplify your records. Set field properties, work with input masks, work. Use lookup functions, MATCH and INDEX. and set validation rules. Learn to design and apply Create data tables, validate cell entries, explore data- queries, reports, and forms to make it easier to accom- base functions. Use PivotTables and PivotCharts to see plish everyday database tasks. Prerequisite: 51101/11 patterns in your data. Import and Export data as text or equivalent experience. files or XML data. Query external databases and use Course: 52181 $279 For: 12 hours excel for easy analysis. Run macros and work with Section A: Sep 13-20 TTh 8:00am-12:00pm VBA code. Use conditional formatting for graphics. Section B: Oct 20-27 TTh 8:00am-12:00pm Prerequisite: 52162/72. Diane C. FollstaedtDesktop Computing Course: 52163 $279 For: 12 hours Section A: Dec 12-16 MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm Access: Intermediate Rav Nicholson Go beyond the basics using queries to answer specific questions and create summaries. Create and enhance Excel: Beginning—Fast Track custom forms, create a main form with sub-forms, and Become familiar with Excel in just 8 hours. Learn the create and enhance custom reports. Prerequisites: most effective methods to format, create, modify, and 52181 and 65011. print worksheets. Explore custom formatting features Course: 52182 $279 For: 12 hours and apply basic functions such as entering formulas Section A: Sep 27-Oct 4 TTh 8:00am-12:00pm and graphics. If you do not have any experience with Section B: Nov 15-22 TTh 8:00am-12:00pm Excel it is recommended you take a Basics course Diane C. Follstaedt rather than a Beginning course. This course is designed to cover the topics quickly and accurately. Access: Advanced Prerequisite: 51101/11 or equivalent experience. Make Access do more for you though advanced Course: 52171 $229 For: 8 hours queries, including crosstabs and parameters. Learn to Section A: Sep 9 F 8:00am-5:00pm write SQL statements and attach SQL queries to con- Section B: Nov 4 F 8:00am-5:00pm trols. Create, run and modify macros, and attach Rav Nicholson macros to events. Create macros that will provide user interaction or data transfer. Import, export, and link Excel: Intermediate—Fast Track objects. Work with Windows SharePoint Services. Learn the new and improved advanced functions of Integrate the internet through hyperlinked fields. Excel 2007 by exploring the possibilities of linking Optimize and protect your data. Prerequisite: 52182. multiple worksheets, outlining and consolidating data. Course: 52183 $279 For: 16 hours Gain the knowledge of the advanced charting func- Section A: Nov 29-Dec 8 tions in Excel. Create and use cell names for a greater MTWThF 12:00am-12:00am understanding, while becoming familiar with the Rick Berg advanced filtering options that can make data sorting most effective. Prerequisite: 52161/71. Course: 52172 $219 For: 8 hours Section A: Oct 7 F 8:00am-5:00pm Section B: Dec 2 F 8:00am-5:00pm Fast Track classes present topics at a faster pace Rick Berg and are designed for those with some experience with the subject matter. 72 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Access: Mastering Queries PowerPoint: IntermediateGo beyond basic select queries, getting to the informa- Become a PowerPoint power user. Create slides thattion you really need by becoming more adept at speci- include graphs, tables and organizational charts forfying selection criteria, performing calculations, parsing easy communication. Develop multimedia content andfields into multiple fields, and setting parameters. customized slide shows that set your presentationsCreate complex summaries of data by nesting queries apart. Save presentations in various formats. Studentsand adjusting join properties for select and totals will get hands on experience developing and deliveringqueries. Learn to specify criteria on the value field in a a PowerPoint presentation in class. Prerequisite:crosstab query, use the column headings properly, and 52241/51.use action queries to clean up data and perform archiv- Course: 52242 $259 For: 12 hoursing and updates. Prerequisite: 52182. Section A: Oct 17-24 MW 1:00pm-5:00pmCourse: 52185 $229 For: 8 hours Sharlene SteinSection A: Oct 18-20 TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm Business & TechnologyDiane C. Follstaedt Desktop Computing OnlineAccess: Creating Custom Reports Classes in this section are online. Dates and timesDevelop the ability to present clear, concise, and accu- are placeholders only. Classes are taken on yourrate reports, a valued skill in any workplace that uses own computer at the times and dates that are con-an Access database. Learn to exploit formulas andexpressions to create complex summary reports. venient to you. Course hours are approximate.Visually enhance reports with graphs and graphics. 2003 Desktop Computing ClassesExamine query design for effective data summariza-tion, and the effective use of report and section prop- 52981N Word 2003: Beginning $249erties. Prerequisite: 52182. 52982N Word 2003: Advanced $249Course: 52186 $219 For: 8 hours 52983N Excel 2003: Beginning $249 52984N Excel 2003: Advanced $249 Desktop Computing OnlineSection A: Oct 24-26 MW 8:00am-12:00pm 52985N PowerPoint 2003: Beginning $249Diane C. Follstaedt 52986N PowerPoint 2003: Advanced $219Access: Managing Data 52987N Access 2003: Beginning $299Learn to import files from database applications, 52988N Access 2003: Advanced $299spreadsheets, and delimited and fixed width text files. 2007 Desktop Computing ClassesCreate links to tables in other Access files, Excel 52921N Word 2007: Beginning $299spreadsheets, and other database formats supported by 52922N Word 2007: Intermediate $299Access. Export Access data to Excel, text files, and a 52923N Word 2007: Advanced $249Mail Merge document in Word. Prerequisite: 52182. 52925N Excel 2007: Beginning $299Course: 52187 $179 For: 6 hours 52926N Excel 2007: Intermediate $299Section A: Nov 8 T 9:00am-4:00pm 52927N Excel 2007: Advanced $299Diane C. Follstaedt 52931N PowerPoint 2007: Beginning $299PowerPoint: Beginning 52932N PowerPoint 2007: Advanced $269Create presentation materials using the newest version 52935N Access 2007: Beginning $299of PowerPoint. Learn to edit, format, proof, and print 52936N Access 2007: Intermediate $299presentations. Build and run slide shows with transi- 52937N Access 2007: Advanced $299tion and multimedia elements. Use templates and 52941N Outlook 2007: Beginning $299themes to make your presentations visually interesting. 52942N Outlook 2007: Intermediate $249Draw objects and use ClipArt and WordArt for dra- 52943N Outlook 2007: Advanced $249matic effects. Prerequisite: 51101/11 or equivalent 52945N Visio 2007: Beginning $269experience. 52948N Publisher 2007: Beginning $269Course: 52241 $259 For: 12 hoursSection A: Oct 5-12 MW 1:00pm-5:00pmSharlene Stein Get Ahead with a Tutorial Elective Two-hour one-on-one sessions with the instructor Refunds or transfers are allowed up to three busi- of your choice are available in Desktop ness days before a class begins. Other refund poli- Computing, Programming and GIS topics if you cies may apply to conferences, educational trips and have attended a six-hour or longer class in a tours, Story of New Mexico and other special pro- similar topic. Contact the Program Supervisor at grams. Look for refund information in the event or (505) 277-6033 to schedule a day and time that course brochure, flyer, or web text. is convenient for you. $149-$199.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 73
    • Macintosh Macintosh: Operating System Basics—Fast Track Are your Macintosh skills a little rusty? Do you already Note: All Macintosh courses are taught using the most know Windows and want to learn about the current version of OS X. Macintosh? Or are you moving to OS X? At a faster pace, learn the basic functions of the latest Macintosh Learn to Use a Mac: An Easy-Paced Introduction Operating System, how to customize its setup, and This course acquaints the computer novice with basic create and work with aliases. Work with the Dock, computer terminology and essential Macintosh con- Finder, Apple Menu, and System Preferences. Learn cepts in a relaxed setting. Students examine a word about file management, built-in accessories, the Find processor, a spreadsheet, and the very popular iLife utility and more. Prerequisite: A basic knowledge of package. A brief introduction to the Internet is includ- any version of Macintosh OS or working knowledge of ed. Note: See Course Skills Assessment. Prerequisite: Windows. None. Course: 54111 $219 For: 8 hoursBusiness & Technology Course: 54010 $139 For: 6 hours Section A: Oct 22 Sa 8:00am-5:00pm Section A: Sep 12-14 MW 9:00am-4:00pm Marc Mintz Marc Mintz Macintosh: Organize Your Files and Photos Macintosh: Operating System Basics Learn the most efficient ways to set up a filing system Get hands-on training in the basic functions of for storing and organizing documents, pictures, pro- Macintosh’s latest user-friendly operating system. grams, and folders. Emphasis is on using file organiza- Topics include filing system fundamentals, finder tion logic to create an easy-to-manage filing system menus, window viewing options, the Dock and tailored to the Mac user’s needs. Topics include creat- Toolbar, aliases, and an introduction to customization ing and rearranging folders, saving photos and new options. An overview of the iLife digital media pro- documents in an appropriate location, and moving grams will also show how easy and fun it is to work files. Prerequisite: 54101/11 or equivalent experi- creatively with photos, music, movies and more onMacintosh ence. your Mac. Note: See Course Skills Assessment. Course: 54115 $179 For: 6 hours Prerequisite: 54010 or equivalent experience. Section A: Nov 14 M 9:00am-4:00pm Course: 54101 $279 For: 12 hours Marc Mintz Section A: Oct 3-7 MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm Marc Mintz File Transfer from Macintosh to Windows and Back Again Macintosh: Operating System Intermediate Explore the variety of ways to move files between a Take a closer look at the Macintosh operating system Mac and a PC and ensure maximum compatibility. and its many customization options. Additional topics Topics include file migration from Mac to PC and vice include a more in-depth look at disk organization, cre- versa via external media, network access, direct con- ating and managing multiple user accounts, software nection, and the Internet; how to open and use PC installation, using the Keychain for password manage- files on a Mac and vice versa; and using Boot Camp or ment, working with the Disk Utility program, virtualization software to run Windows programs on a enhanced use of Spotlight to find files and data, the Mac. Prerequisite: 51101/11 or 54101/11 or equiv- Apple System Profiler and tips for working more effi- alent experience. ciently. Prerequisite: 54101/11 or equivalent experi- Course: 54116 $99 For: 3 hours ence. Section A: Nov 16 W 2:00pm-5:00pm Course: 54102 $279 For: 12 hours Section A: Oct 24-28 MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm Marc Mintz Marc Mintz If a class is full, place your name on the waiting list by Get Ahead with a Tutorial Elective calling Registration at (505) 277-0077 or by following Two-hour one-on-one sessions with the instructor the online registration process at dce.unm.edu. When of your choice are available in Macintosh and a new section of a class is added during the semester, Digital Arts topics if you have attended a six-hour students on the wait list are contacted first and given or longer class in a similar topic. Contact Caroline an opportunity to register. Orcutt at (505) 277-6037 to schedule a day and time that is convenient for you. $149-$199. 74 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Digital Arts Publication Design Discuss all the aspects of magazine, newsletter, book, brochure, and newspaper publication, both in print and on the Web. Consider current visual trends, and For a comprehensive Digital Arts catalog, call determine your own publishing likes and dislikes. Caroline Orcutt at (505) 277-6037 or see our Learn how the publishing results that you admire were website for a downloadable pdf. produced. Discover publishing opportunities, and study software, theories, and the behind-the-scenesGraphic Design & workflow of publishing. Equipment and materials cost about $25. A materials list will be available the firstVisual Communication day of class. Prerequisite: 55101.Note: The Graphic Design and Visual Communication Course: 55107 $279 For: 12 hoursclasses are taught in a classroom, not in a computer lab. Section A: Nov 3-Dec 1 Th 5:30pm-8:30pm Business & TechnologyComputer experience is helpful, but not required. Note: Class does not meet on November 24. Cindy BernierGraphic Design and Visual Communication Symbols: An Introduction to Visual LiteracyLearn to create an effective layout for any graphicdesign project. Discover the principles of design for Maximize the effect of communication design byclear and attractive visual communication. Topics grasping the power inherent in symbols. This interdis-include an introduction to advertising, publication, ciplinary perspective reveals how symbols are intrinsicand web design; logos and letterhead packages; layout; to human expression and the degree to which they aretypography; and color theory. Note: Equipment and embedded in the most meaningful and influential cul-materials cost about $25; a materials list will be avail- tural communications. Shift the emphasis in communi-able the first day of class. Prerequisite: None. cation design away from exclusive reliance on reactiveSuggested: 55105 or 55201. response to intuitive recognition, understanding and Graphic Design & Visual CommunicationCourse: 55101 $329 For: 15 hours connection. Equipment and materials cost about $15.Section A: Sep 1-29 Th 5:30pm-8:30pm A materials list will be included on your registration receipt. Please bring these materials to the first classCindy Bernier session. Suggested text: Decoding Design by MaggieSection B: Oct 25-Nov 8 TTh 2:00pm-5:00pm Macnab, available for purchase at first day of class forAnita Quintana $25. Prerequisite: None.Typography Course: 55108 $219 For: 8 hours Section A: Oct 8-15 Sa 1:00pm-5:00pmTypography, the art and craft of selecting and settingtype, can make or break a layout. Focusing on the crit- Maggie Macnabical awareness of type, topics include the history of Drawing Basics for Graphicstype and its language, how to choose and specify type, Develop a solid foundation in freehand drawing thattype categories, type as a visual element, creative enhances your abilities in graphic design and othertypography, and type design. Equipment and materials visual communication projects. Learn perspectivecost about $25. A materials list will be available the drawing, how to use line, value, contrast, light andfirst day of class. Prerequisite: None. Suggested: shadow, and other techniques to capture simple and55101. complex shapes. Composition, foreshortening, and anCourse: 55103 $279 For: 12 hours introduction to figure drawing are also featured. NoSection A: Oct 6-27 Th 5:30pm-8:30pm previous experience in drawing is required. EquipmentCindy Bernier and materials cost about $40. A materials list will be included on your registration receipt. Please bring these materials to the first class session. Prerequisite: None. Practice computers are available for students Course: 55201 $279 For: 12 hours enrolled in computer classes during the current Section A: Sep 13-Oct 4 T 5:30pm-8:30pm semester. Call Caroline Orcutt at (505) 277-6037 Jeff LaFlamme 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.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 75
    • Illustration Fundamentals The Business of Digital Arts Add a new dimension to your graphic design and ani- mation projects by developing illustration techniques. Note: Unless otherwise noted, the Business of Digital Enhance your projects by expanding your understand- Arts classes are taught in a classroom, not in a computer ing of media, style, and color. Develop both graphic lab. Computer experience is helpful, but not required. and painterly styles in acrylic and/or gouache with an Writing Creative Copy for Print and Web Media emphasis on the application and use of color. In addi- Enhance your company’s image with copy that tion, enhance your ability to create and design illustra- sparkles, attracts attention and wins new customers. tions on the computer. Projects utilize acrylic or Learn the basics of copywriting techniques for print gouache, brushes, illustration board, and other materi- advertisements, direct mail, broadcast, sales literature, als. Equipment and materials cost about $40. A mate- public relations and electronic media. Emphasis is rials list will be included on your registration receipt. placed on developing a creative strategy, market posi- Please bring these materials to the first class session. tion and segmentation, writing for the buying cycle, Business & Technology Prerequisite: 55201. messaging and persuasive writing. In addition, we ana- Course: 55202 $279 For: 12 hours lyze landmark creative campaigns from some of the Section A: Oct 11-Nov 1 T 5:30pm-8:30pm world’s most successful companies. Suggested text: Jeff LaFlamme The Copywriter’s Handbook by Robert W. Bly. Prerequisite: None. History of Animation Course: 55604 $229 For: 9 hours From rat-killers with magic lanterns to how GM, MIT Section A: Oct 26-Nov 2 MW 6:00pm-9:00pm and the University of Utah helped make Shrek quite a Doug Stine character, time travel through the history of animation, and learn about all the events that shaped our modern Social Media: Facebook, Twitter and Linked-In approach, including 2D, 3D, and stop-motion anima- Social media supports the human need for social inter- tion. Prerequisite: None. action with other people using the Internet to broad-The Business of Digital Arts Course: 55232 $229 For: 9 hours cast media, dialogue and content. Learn how to use Section A: Nov 8-22 T 5:30pm-8:30pm Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, link social media Jeff LaFlamme websites together for greater interaction, use mobile devices to update your sites, create profiles, blog, History of Photography search for contacts, and reconnect with old friends. This class provides a fascinating historical overview of Note: To learn about using social media for market- photography from its beginnings in the nineteenth ing, see 55623. Prerequisites: Basic computer and century to the advanced applications of today’s digital Internet experience. photography. We’ll explore the significant trends in Course: 55605 $69 For: 3 hours technology, aesthetics, journalism and scientific appli- Section A: Nov 5 Sa 1:00pm-4:00pm cations. A field trip to a local gallery or museum may Note: This class is taught in a computer lab using both be arranged. Materials cost about $5. A materials list Macintosh and Windows computers. will be available the first day of class. Prerequisite: Sean Lemons None. Course: 55322 $279 For: 12 hours Website Marketing and Section A: Nov 29-Dec 8 TTh 1:00pm-4:00pm Search Engine Optimization Dan Noyes Discover cutting-edge methods for marketing and pro- moting websites from the ground up, starting with selecting and registering domain names through ban- ner advertising. Learn how to optimize your site for Digital Arts 6-Pack Discount search engines, find the right company to host your Web site, add a shopping cart to a website, handle Package your Digital Arts classes for increased credit card transactions, and develop techniques for savings. Register for six Digital Arts classes (course managing Web site email. Prerequisites: 51101/11 or numbers 54000-59999) at the same time and 54101/11 or equivalent experience, and Internet receive a package discount of $210. Inquire at experience. registration at (505) 277-0077. Some restrictions Course: 55620 $179 For: 6 hours may apply. Section A: Dec 13-15 TTh 6:00pm-9:00pm Zac Van Note 76 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Marketing with Social Media Independent Study in Digital ArtsExpand awareness for your business or job search by Synthesize the material learned in the Digital Artscombining traditional and social media. Market 24/7 Program with the individual attention needed to fill inwith an Internet storefront showcasing who you are any gaps. This course is for the advanced Digital Artsand what you do. Learn about a range of tactics that student who has the skills necessary to plan and pro-can help you stand out: Facebook, Twitter, and duce a project independently. A project is chosen atLinkedIn, plus social bookmarking, blogs, YouTube the first meeting, so bring your ideas. Students createand many other options add exposure to your website. at least one portfolio piece to be displayed or pub-Take charge of your Internet reputation. Focus on lished. Note: Cost of materials varies; materials will bestrategies for distinguishing your company from that of discussed the first day of class. Prerequisite: Anyyour competition or ways to stand out as a job appli- Digital Arts Level I certificate or equivalent experi-cant. Prerequisite: None. Suggested: 55605. ence.Course: 55623 $229 For: 9 hours Course: 55701 $329 For: 15 hours Business & TechnologySection A: Nov 7-14 MW 6:00pm-9:00pm Section A: Sep 12-Dec 5 M 6:00pm-9:00pmMary Ellen Merrigan Note: Class dates: Sept 12, Oct 3, Oct 24, Nov 21, Dec 5.Starting a Digital Arts Business Caroline OrcuttDo you want to start your own graphic design or webdesign business? Get information about the completeprocess, from considerations at the conception stage to Digital Photographygetting a business license to, most importantly, getting Note: The Digital Photography classes are taught in aclients. Learn how to deal with both digital and analog classroom, not in a computer lab. Computer experience isclients in a digital format world. We cover business helpful, but not required.planning, equipment, accounting and finances, pricing Photography with a Digital Cameraand selling, and production. Prerequisite: None. Learn the basics of photography as you explore the Digital PhotographyCourse: 55624 $179 For: 6 hours capabilities of your digital camera. Discover what aper-Section A: Nov 29-Dec 13 T 6:00pm-8:00pm ture, shutter speed, and white balance are and howPat Berrett they affect your photographs. Find out how and when to use flash, and experiment with photographic com-Legal Issues in Digital Arts position to get the most out of your camera—andTo succeed as a digital artist today, you must have an yourself! Recommended for those new to photographyunderstanding of the legal principles and issues that as well as film photographers who want to make theaffect your business. Gain the tools to recognize legal switch to digital. Note: Bring your camera, manual,problems and address them appropriately. Topics and extra batteries to class. Prerequisite: Must have ainclude model releases, censorship and obscenity, con- digital camera (any type). Suggested: 55807, 55808.tract principles, copyright issues, business formation, Course: 55801 $279 For: 12 hourswhat happens when you sue (or get sued), determin- Section A: Aug 25-Sep 15 Th 6:00pm-9:00pming when you need a lawyer, and more. Prerequisite:None. Richard NunezCourse: 55625 $219 For: 8 hours Section B: Aug 31-Sep 21 W 6:00pm-9:00pmSection A: Oct 10-19 MW 5:30pm-7:30pm Lisa TannenbaumRichard Mertz Section C: Oct 20-Nov 10 Th 6:00pm-9:00pm Richard NunezBudgets and Preproduction for Film and Video Section D: Nov 11-Dec 9 F 1:00pm-4:00pmGet an overview of the production process, from Note: This class will not meet on November 25th.developing a budget, breaking down the script, deter- Pat Berrettmining the location to learning about the factorsinvolved in scheduling a shoot. Learn production ter-minology such as: what’s a call sheet and why do weneed one, production chain of command and set eti- Students ages 12-17 may enroll in Digital Artsquette. In addition, a brief introduction to editing and classes at UNM Continuing Education with specialpost production will be covered. Prerequisite: None. permission. Call Caroline Orcutt at (505) 277-6037Course: 55635 $219 For: 9 hours for information.Section A: Nov 29-Dec 13 T 6:00pm-9:00pmShayne SawyerRegistration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 77
    • Photography Composition Photography with a Digital Camera II One definition for photographic composition is simple: Continue to discover the beauty and joy of digital the pleasing selection and arrangement of subjects photography. Make the most of your camera—whether within the picture area. In general, good pictures it’s the most basic point-and-shoot or a high end result from careful attention to some basic elements of dSLR—by understanding how you can set up your composition, together with appropriate lighting and an shots to get consistently good results. Fine-tune your interesting subject. Become familiar with the practical photographic skills by practicing new composition applications of the key elements of composition to techniques, and learn the basics of product photogra- improve your photography: point of interest, simplici- phy, including how to set up shots for eBay and/or ty, contrast, balance, framing, viewpoint, direction of arts and crafts shows. Note: Bring your camera, manu- movement, diagonals, and rule of thirds. Prerequisite: al, and extra batteries to class. Prerequisites: None. 55801/3, must have a digital camera (any type). Course: 55804 $179 For: 6 hours Course: 55821 $279 For: 12 hoursBusiness & Technology Section A: Sep 6-20 T 6:00pm-8:00pm Section A: Oct 4-18 T 6:00pm-9:00pm Pat Berrett and Sa 1:00pm-4:00pm Note: There will be a field trip on Saturday, October Choosing the Right Digital Camera 8th, 1:00-4:00 pm. Whether you’re looking to buy your first or fifth digi- Pat Berrett tal camera, you’ll want to make the right choice. Gain the tools you need to make a good decision by dis- Professional Lighting Techniques cussing megapixels, zoom values, and JPG and RAW for Digital Photography file formats. Find out how to transfer photos from Create exceptional digital photographs by increasing camera to computer or print digital photos without your understanding of light. The quantity and quality ever using a computer at all! Note: To learn how to of light directly affect the outcome of your photo- use your digital camera, see 55808 and 55801/3. graphs. Discover how to see light and then determineDigital Photography Prerequisite: None. how the camera will respond to that light. Learn about Course: 55807 $69 For: 3 hours ISO, exposure, white balance, color temperature, and Section A: Oct 13 Th 6:00pm-9:00pm color spaces. Setting up lighting equipment on loca- Richard Nunez tion and in the studio will be covered, including basic studio lighting in your home or office. Prerequisite: Getting Started with Your Digital Camera 55801/3, must have a digital camera with manual Learn how to best use the point-and-shoot capabilities capabilities. Suggested: 55821 or 55823, digital SLR. of your camera, and find out how to download photos Course: 55822 $219 For: 8 hours from your camera to a computer. If you don’t feel Section A: Nov 1-22 T 6:00pm-9:00pm comfortable using your digital camera yet, this is the Note: First session meets at CE South Building. perfect way to get started! Notes: Bring your camera, Subsequent sessions meet at Pat Berrett Photography manual, and cables to class. For a more extensive Studio. course in digital photography, see 55801/3. Pat Berrett Prerequisite: Must have a digital camera (any type). Suggested: Working knowledge of Windows or Macintosh. Course: 55808 $69 For: 3 hours Section A: Nov 17 Th 6:00pm-9:00pm Richard Nunez Use Your Photography Skills on a Story of New Mexico Practice computers are available for students Trip or Tour enrolled in computer classes during the current semester. Call Caroline Orcutt at (505) 277-6037 to schedule practice time. Photography opportunities abound with Story of New Mexico’s tours. Join the Southwest tour to see Canyon de Chelly, Monument Valley, the Hubbell House Trading Post and the Toadlena Trading Post, or get some shots at the Festival of the Cranes. See page 101 or dce.unm.edu for additional destinations! 78 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Digital SLR Techniques Sports and Action PhotographyImprove your digital SLR skills through a deeper Sports and action photography is all about being inunderstanding of how the digital imaging system the right place at the right time. Each sport has pre-works, and enhance your creative control over the dictable and unpredictable moments. From yourimage in printing and electronic/web display. Topics child’s soccer game to professional level sports, discov-include: The Camera, including controls, lenses and er the best approaches to creating memorable images.accessories; The Negative, including the sensor, RAW Tackle the challenges of working both indoors andfiles, histograms and creative control; and The Print, outdoors and get a grasp on exposure, lens selectionincluding in-camera and post-processing manipulations and courtside access and etiquette for all sports.to achieve your desired final product. Note: Bring Prerequisite: 55801/3 and working knowledge ofyour camera, manual, and extra batteries to class. your digital camera in manual mode; must have a digi-Prerequisites: 55801/3; must have a digital camera tal camera with manual capabilities. Suggested: 55821with manual capabilities, digital SLR preferred. or 55823, telephoto lens. Business & TechnologyCourse: 55823 $229 For: 9 hours Course: 55832 $279 For: 12 hoursSection A: Dec 1-15 Th 6:00pm-9:00pm Section A: Oct 31-Nov 21 M 6:00pm-9:00pmRichard Nunez and Sa 1:00pm-5:00pm Note: There will be a field trip on Saturday, NovemberNature and Landscape Photography in Digital 12th, 1:00-5:00pm.Combine your natural talent with a solid working Pat Berrettknowledge of your digital camera while in the greatoutdoors. Produce better results by applying basic Video Recording withtechniques and an understanding of what works better your Digital Cameraand why. Topics include photographic gear, digital Travel the labyrinth of high definition digital SLRcameras, lenses and basic optics, when to shoot and video with your digital camera. Create enticing videohow to make the most of your day, techniques and clips using the best settings for your camera and dis- Digital Photographycomposition, night photography, astrophotography, cover how hdSLR video is different from camcorderand accessories. An outdoor excursion is included. operation. Explore video terms and concepts, includ-Prerequisites: 55801/3, must have a digital camera ing camera moves, frame rate, codec, rolling shutter,with manual capabilities. etc., and receive pointers on exposure and focus toCourse: 55824 $279 For: 12 hours create a video that is fun for everyone to watch.Section A: Sep 20-27 TTh 2:00pm-5:00pm Assemble clips for web posting and other uses. In and Sa 9:00am-12:00pm addition, dSLR audio limitations and stability optionsNote: There will be a fieldtrip on Saturday, September will be discussed. Note: Bring your camera manual,24th, 9:00am-12:00pm. and extra batteries to class. Prerequisites: 51101/11Barak Naggan or 54101/11, 55801, and must have a video capable digital SLR camera.Event Photography: Albuquerque Course: 55836 $179 For: 6 hoursInternational Balloon Festival Section A: Oct 22 Sa 9:00am-4:00pmEnhance your event photography skills by joining us as Joanne Schmidtwe capture this year’s International Balloon Fiesta!Prepare for the event by learning about opportunities Digital Photography Onlineassociated with photographing people in public,choosing the best lenses, and exploring creative com- Ed2Go instructor-led classes include:position techniques. In the final session, gain insights Discover Digital Photography $119for mastering event photography from the instructor’s Photographing People withcomments and suggestions and group discussion. Your Digital Camera $119Prerequisites: 55801, must have a digital camera with Secrets of Better Photography $119manual capabilities, digital SLR preferred. For more information, call Caroline Orcutt atCourse: 55829 $229 For: 9 hours (505) 277-6037 or see our website.Section A: Sep 22-Oct 6 Th 6:00pm-8:00pm and Su 8:00am-11:00am Enhance your learning with these online optionsNote: There will be a field trip on Sunday, October from Gatlin and Ed2Go.2nd, 8:00-11:00am. Designing Effective Websites $119Richard Nunez Discover Digital Photography $119 Introduction to Photoshop CS4 $119 Visit dce.unm.edu/online-courses.htm for course descriptions and registration information.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 79
    • Digital Videography & Community Media Studio Production Crew a live and pre-recorded studio television produc- Filmmaking tion at the Quote-Unquote, Inc. Community Media Note: The Digital Videography and Filmaking classes Center studios. Learn to operate Sony studio cameras, are taught in a classroom, not in a computer lab. and overhead grid lighting; use a character generator Computer experience is helpful, but not required. to create titles and credits; operate state-of-the-art video switchers for basic studio and high-end green- Digital Videography: An Introduction screen productions; use audio equipment including Develop your technical and creative skills as a digital Mackie audio boards, lavalier, shotgun and handheld videographer. Learn how to achieve satisfying and pro- mics; as well as multiple decks, monitors and live stu- fessional-looking footage using your own digital video dio call-in capabilities. Your live studio production will camera. Implement some basic skills and shooting air on Comcast cable TV channel 27. Notes: techniques. Topics include the DV format, video cam- Registration includes one year annual membership to Business & Technology era capabilities, features and operation, camera control, equipment and facilities use at Quote-Unquote, Inc. movement and composition, types of shots that make for public access programming. This class has a 7-day up a scene, sound, light, and how to shoot with edit- advance notice cancellation policy. Prerequisite: ing in mind. Class includes hands-on demonstrations Attend a one-hour orientation at Quote-Unquote and video exercises. Prerequisite: Working knowledge Media Center. of your digital video camera; must have a digital video Course: 55942 $199 For: 18 hours camera (any type). Section A: Oct 3-Nov 7 M 6:00pm-9:00pm Course: 55911 $279 For: 12 hours Notes: This class meets at Quote-Unquote, Inc. Section A: Sep 20-29 TTh 9:00am-12:00pm Required orientation meets on Wednesday, September Barak Naggan 28th, 7:00-8:00pm. Susan Schuurman Cinematography Basics: Lights, Camera, Action!Digital Videography & Filmmaking/Computer Graphics New Mexico’s film students are in the perfect place at the perfect time. The need for trained technicians has Computer Graphics never been greater. Held in a working motion picture Note: The Computer Graphics classes are taught in a studio located right in the heart of Albuquerque, this dual platform lab using both Windows and Macintosh class presents a number of realistic production simula- software. tions that give students the feeling of what it’s like to Computer Graphics: An Introduction work on a feature film or television program. Participants receive insights into the features of the lat- Explore the differences between raster and vector est camcorders and location sound equipment as they graphics and determine which is best for each project. learn the roles and responsibilities of professional film Learn about file formats such as TIFF, JPEG, EPS, technicians. Note: A $75 studio fee will be collected PDF, native, RAW data, and others, and discover how the first day of class, payable to the instructor. they work within graphics software programs, includ- Prerequisite: None. ing Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Flash, Dreamweaver, and others. Additional topics include Course: 55931 $279 For: 12 hours spot, RGB, CMYK, and Web color systems; 2D versus Section A: Nov 5-6 SaSu 9:00am-4:00pm 3D graphics; and digital camera resolution conver- Notes: Class meets at Rio Grande Studios. A $75 sions. This course provides important prerequisite studio fee will be collected the first day of class, payable information for all beginning courses in computer to the instructor. graphics. Note: See Course Skills Assessment. John Grace Prerequisite: 51101/11 or 54101/11 or equivalent experience. Course: 56101 $279 For: 12 hours Section A: Aug 30-Sep 8 TTh 2:00pm-5:00pm UNM employees, you may use your Tuition Remission benefit for all Business & Technology cours- Anita Quintana es. For complete Tuition Remission policy information, Section B: Sep 12-21 MW 6:00pm-9:00pm please contact the benefits office at 505-277-MyHR. Sean Lemons Section C: Nov 7-11 MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm Cindy Bernier 80 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Scanning and Digitizing Photos ePublishingWhether you’re scanning photographic prints, nega- with InDesigntives, slides or other originals, gain the information InDesign is now a professional authoring tool foryou need to buy and use a variety of scanners. Learn ePublications. Find out about publication formattingthe basics of scanning, how to choose the right scan- for eBooks, exporting files for ePub, adding metadataner, and how to use scanners with popular software to your publication, and the basics of Adobe’s newlike Photoshop or Photoshop Elements. Prerequisite: Digital Publishing Solution with Adobe DigitalWorking knowledge of Windows or Macintosh. Editions. We will also discuss PDF and ePUB supportCourse: 56105 $69 For: 3 hours for dedicated e-reader device models and customerSection A: Sep 26 M 6:00pm-9:00pm demands. Prerequisite: 56121.Zac Van Note Course: 56130 $279 For: 12 hours Section A: Nov 10-22 TTh 2:00pm-5:00pmInDesign: Beginning Anita Quintana Business & TechnologyLearn cutting-edge page layout with Adobe InDesign.Get an introduction to how a page layout program Acrobat Pro: Working with PDFsworks and learn the basic tools and techniques. We Learn how to use the note-making and markup capa-cover character formatting, editing and linking text bilities of Acrobat Pro to make notations to docu-blocks, and importing text and graphics from other ments for editing and updating. Set up navigation fea-applications. In-class exercises emphasize the basic tures to make it easy for users to link to other pages,principles of typography and page layout. web pages, or other PDFs. Discover how to embedPrerequisites: 56101 and word-processing experience. hyperlinks into PDF files, manipulate how a PDFCourse: 56121 $279 For: 12 hours opens for a user, and even make text changes in aSection A: Sep 12-16 MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm PDF. Prerequisite: 51101/11 or 54101/11 or equiv-Cindy Bernier alent experience. Course: 56181 $219 For: 8 hours Computer GraphicsInDesign: Intermediate Section A: Dec 13-15 TTh 1:00pm-5:00pmRefine your InDesign skills with in-depth use of text Anita Quintanaand graphics, including tools for paragraph formatting,tabs, paragraph and character styles, text wrap, and Illustrator: Beginningworking with imported graphics. We also focus on Use Adobe Illustrator to create PostScript art in bothworking with multi-page layouts, including Master color and black and white. Learn the basic tools andPages, automatic page numbering, and the Pages techniques, including geometric and freeform drawingpalette. Students work on a newsletter in class. Basic tools, transformation tools and path editing, paint andpreparation of your document for a commercial printer type tools, and exporting art for output. Specialwill be discussed. Prerequisite: 56121/26. emphasis is given to the ways Illustrator facilitatesCourse: 56122 $279 For: 12 hours drawing. Students work on illustration projects inSection A: Oct 10-14 MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm class. Prerequisite: 56101. Suggested: 55201.Cindy Bernier Course: 56211 $279 For: 12 hours Section A: Sep 26-30 MWF 1:00pm-5:00pmInDesign: Beginning—Fast Track Cindy BernierAre you switching to InDesign? Do you have experi-ence with PageMaker, Publisher, or QuarkXPress? Do Illustrator: Intermediateyou need to get up and running quickly? Get a fast- Delve deeper into the creative power and the produc-paced introduction to all the basic InDesign tools and tive rewards of computer illustration. Topics includetechniques. We cover character formatting, working creating and using gradients, advanced type use, an in-with blocks of text, creating and working with simple depth look at Illustrator’s color controls, and plug-ingraphics, as well as importing text and graphics from filters. Several illustrations and single-page displays areother applications. Prerequisite: Working knowledge presented for use in class. Prerequisite: 56211.of any page layout software. Course: 56212 $279 For: 12 hoursCourse: 56126 $219 For: 8 hours Section A: Oct 24-28 MWF 1:00pm-5:00pmSection A: Oct 1 Sa 8:00am-5:00pm Cindy BernierCristina OldsRegistration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 81
    • Photoshop: Beginning Photoshop for Video With Adobe Photoshop you can do everything from Enhance your video production with the power of retouching photos to creating original illustrations and Photoshop. This course covers Photoshop graphics collages. Apply lighting and color corrections and cor- production techniques for digital video editing. Topics rect lens distortions to enhance your photos. Learn include moving image fundamentals, alpha channels, about the importance of camera RAW files and how to automation techniques, aspect ratio and pixel shape. process them. Use the retouching tools, painting tech- We’ll also discuss integrating Photoshop with Final niques and basic filters to improve or alter your pho- Cut Pro, Premiere, Motion, and After Effects. tos. Additional topics include file formats, working Prerequisite: 56312. Suggested: 57311/21, with type, using Adobe Bridge, and an introduction to 57411/31, 57910/1/2 or some experience with basic selections and layers. Prerequisite: 56101. video editing or motion graphics. Course: 56311 $279 For: 12 hours Course: 56325 $229 For: 9 hours Section A: Aug 30-Sep 8 TTh 6:00pm-9:00pm Section A: Oct 13-20 TTh 2:00pm-5:00pmBusiness & Technology Zac Van Note Anita Quintana Section B: Sep 13-22 TTh 2:00pm-5:00pm Photoshop for Print Anita Quintana Section C: Dec 5-9 MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm Discover the best ways to prepare your Photoshop projects for print. Learn how to set up your color Cindy Bernier images for output to a commercial printer. Topics Photoshop: Intermediate include using channels for Pantone colors, color Learn advanced selection methods to selectively adjust matching files when exporting from Photoshop to images. Work with a variety of layer techniques to InDesign, understanding the differences in set-up for combine, enhance and transform your images. one- and four-color process, and the effect of paper Organize and cross-index your image collection with choices on the final printed project. We will also dis- Bridge. Learn about color modes, photo touchup and cuss the pros and cons of digital printing verses com-Computer Graphics restoration techniques. Further explore the power of mercial printing. Prerequisite: 56311. Adobe Camera Raw, and dip into Photoshop’s Course: 56327 $219 For: 8 hours automation capabilities. Prerequisite: 56311/31. Section A: Sep 27-29 TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm Course: 56312 $279 For: 12 hours Anita Quintana Section A: Oct 11-20 TTh 6:00pm-9:00pm Photoshop Elements: Beginning Zac Van Note Use Photoshop Elements (an inexpensive version of Photoshop: Advanced Photoshop) to color-correct, crop, and fine-tune your Learn to use Photoshop like the pros! Discover photographs. Add text and other enhancements to advanced techniques for enhancing photographs and your photos, and explore several methods of sharing compositing images, advanced use of layers (layer them, including via email and printing. Understand masks, layer comps, smart objects, smart filters), the differences between JPEG, TIFF, and camera advanced selections and special effects with channels, RAW formats, and discuss the basics of color manage- automating and batch processing. The course includes ment. Prerequisite: 51101/11 or 54101/11 or exercises in enhancing a variety of images and creating equivalent experience. Suggested: 56101. complex collage-based art. Prerequisite: 56312. Course: 56331 $279 For: 12 hours Course: 56313 $279 For: 12 hours Section A: Sep 26-Oct 5 MW 6:00pm-9:00pm Section A: Nov 8-17 TTh 5:30pm-9:30pm Note: This class is Windows only. Note: This class will not meet on November 10th. Mary Elkins Zac Van Note Photoshop Elements: Intermediate Harness the power of layers and selection tools to fur- ther enhance your photos. Look into Photoshop Elements’ powerful panorama stitching capabilities, explore methods of restoring old photos, and experi- ment with filters and blending modes to make your photos look even more artistic. Prerequisite: 56311/31. Course: 56332 $279 For: 12 hours Section A: Nov 7-16 MW 6:00pm-9:00pm Note: This class is Windows only. Mary Elkins 82 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Lightroom: Beginning Computer Graphics OnlineAdobe Lightroom is an ideal photo editing tool for SkillSoft self-study classes include:beginners and seasoned photographers alike. WithLightroom, getting your photography into the digital 56800N Adobe Acrobat 8.0 $199workflow on your computer is easier than ever. 56808N Acrobat 9: Fundamentals $109Import, process, manage, and showcase your images 56814N InDesign CS4: Fundamentals $109from one shot to an entire shoot. Enjoy tight integra- 56817N Adobe Illustrator CS3 $259tion with Photoshop allowing you to quickly make 56818N Adobe Illustrator CS4 $209changes and then see the updated effects in 56836N Adobe Photoshop CS3 $199Lightroom. Learn how to import photos, organize 56837N Adobe Photoshop CS4 $209them, make changes and color corrections, and use 56845N Adobe Fireworks CS4 $109Lightroom to present your images to an audience. Ed2Go instructor-led classes include:Prerequisite: 51101/11 or 54101/11 or equivalent Creating Web Graphics with Photoshop CS3 $119 Business & Technologyexperience. Suggested: 56101.Course: 56361 $279 For: 12 hours Intermediate Photoshop CS3 $119Section A: Oct 31-Nov 4 MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm Introduction to CorelDraw X3 $119 Introduction to InDesign CS3 $119Mary Elkins Introduction to InDesign CS4 $119Color Management and Calibration Introduction to Illustrator CS4 $119Find out how to get what you see on your monitor to Introduction to Photoshop CS3 or CS4 $119match what comes out of your printer. The key is cali- Photoshop CS4 or CS5 for thebration and consistent color management. Learn the Digital Photographer $119basics, so that you can select and use calibration hard- Photoshop CS5 for the Digital Photographer II $119ware and color management software to get consistent Photoshop Elements 7 or 8 for theresults for your digital photos, design proofs, and Digital Photographer $119 Animation & Video Productionmore. Prerequisite: 51101/11 or 54101/11 or Gatlin in-depth curriculum includes:equivalent experience. Graphic Design with Photoshop CS5 Training $1795Course: 56391 $99 For: 3 hoursSection A: Sep 28 W 6:00pm-9:00pm For more information, call Caroline Orcutt atZac Van Note (505) 277-6037 or see our website.Color Theory in Digital MediaColor is a critical part of design—whether your project Animation & Video Productionis destined for print, web, video or other media. Aclear understanding of color theory and practical appli- Note: Unless otherwise noted, the Animation and Videocations is the key to using color with confidence. Production classes are taught in a dual platform labLearn to apply theory in digital applications, including using both Windows and Macintosh software.Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Flash, Dreamweaver Principles of Motion Graphicsand more. Learn the differences and applications for Create the illusion of motion or transformation withPantone, CMYK, RGB, Hexadecimal colors, and other photography, video, illustration, and animation. Learnimportant color tools. The psychology of color and how images and type are choreographed to producecolor harmonies are also addressed. Prerequisite: attractive and dynamic motion graphics. Discuss the56101. history of motion graphics, and its importance in film,Course: 56392 $179 For: 6 hours television, and digital media. Topics include design andSection A: Oct 7 F 9:00am-4:00pm concept considerations, compositing tools and tech-Cindy Bernier niques, and criteria for output delivery to digital media. Prerequisite: 51101/11 or 54101/11 or equivalent experience. Package your Digital Arts classes for increased Course: 57105 $269 For: 9 hours savings. Register for six Digital Arts classes (course Section A: Oct 4-11 TTh 2:00pm-5:00pm numbers 54000-59999) at the same time and Anita Quintana receive a package discount of $210. Inquire at registration at (505) 277-0077. Some restrictions may apply.Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 83
    • Flash: Beginning Maya: Beginning 3D Modeling Work with Adobe Flash’s timeline-based animation sys- With beginning modeling, explore the three types of tem to create animated presentations for delivery in a modeling surfaces; polygons, nurbs and subdivision wide variety of formats. Topics include using Flash surfaces. Learn the way a model deforms, animates, drawing tools, creating animations with keyframes and and renders depends on how the model is built. tweening, linking Flash movies together into websites Discover that the flow of geometry requires planning or other presentation formats, and publishing Flash and learn how to approach each 3D model with step movies for delivery on the Web, CD or DVD. by step instructions called poly-by-poly modeling. In Prerequisite: 56101 or 57105. Suggested: 56211, addition, develop your skills in creating accurate 3- 57105. dimensional character gaming models from 2-dimen- Course: 57111 $279 For: 12 hours sional artwork. Prerequisite: 57230. Suggested: Section A: Oct 17-26 MW 6:00pm-9:00pm 55201, and 56211 or 56311. Sean Lemons Course: 57231 $429 For: 16 hours Business & Technology Section A: Nov 15-Dec 1 TTh 6:00pm-9:15pm Flash: Intermediate Notes: This class is Windows only. This class will not Take your Flash animation to the next level! Create meet on November 24th. Last session ends at 9:00 pm. custom gradients for 3D effects in artwork, and work Lorenzo Barr with shape tweening and animation along a path. Add simple interactivity with ActionScript, Flash’s increas- Maya Lighting Effects ingly powerful authoring language. Learn to control Follow step by step projects to understand the lighting large projects with scenes. Add event sounds and and rendering dynamics stages of production. Explore soundtracks to presentations, and synchronize anima- the importance of balance lighting and rendering 3D tion and sound. Prerequisite: 57111. imagery with an in-depth look at the Maya renderer. Course: 57112 $279 For: 12 hours Projects focus on how to achieve lighting effects that Section A: Nov 14-21 MW 5:30pm-9:30pm are a mix of technical and aesthetic execution within aAnimation & Video Production Sean Lemons scene. We also cover the advantages and limitations of shadows, raytracing, and rendering for special effects Game Design with Flash and compositing. Understand the importance that In a world of gaming engines, 3D graphics, and much light plays in the success of telling of a story though much more, game design with Flash is one of the various lighting projects. Prerequisite: 57231. many ways to learn the basics in creating games. Course: 57235 $329 For: 12 hours Deconstruct some basic techniques used for creating Section A: Dec 6-15 TTh 6:00pm-9:00pm games, such as hunt and click games, catch and avoid Note: This class is Windows only. games, games using text and graphics, and more. We Lorenzo Barr will take an in-depth look coding and animation tech- niques. Prerequisite: 57112. Suggested: 57131. Premiere: Beginning Course: 57141 $269 For: 9 hours Learn the basics of video and audio editing using the Section A: Dec 5-12 MW 6:00pm-9:00pm non-linear editing (NLE) system Adobe Premiere. Sean Lemons Topics include traditional editing vs. NLE, DV cap- ture, importing, editing, transitions, keying, effects, Maya: Foundation audio, titles, and digital movie file export formats. Welcome to Autodesk Maya, one of the world’s lead- Students assemble several short movies that demon- ing software applications for 3D digital animation and strate various editing techniques for video and sound. visual effects. Maya Foundation covers essential tech- Prerequisite: 51101/11 or 54101/11. Suggested: niques to establish a balance workflow method within 57301, 56311 or basic knowledge of editing the software. In Maya Foundation learn how to use terminology. the software and where to find the appropriate tools to Course: 57311 $429 For: 16 hours establish the techniques you’re trying to reach. Section A: Nov 12-13 SaSu 8:00am-5:00pm Explore a range of tools that will allow you to create Lorenzo Barr and understand basic 3D modeling, animations, tex- tures, renders and lighting concepts to achieve photo realistic imagery and animated visual effects! Our classes are self-placement. The prerequisites Prerequisite: 56101 or 57105. Suggested: 56211, listed are to help you find the right class. If you have 56311 or 57105. equivalent experience, you may waive the prerequi- Course: 57230 $329 For: 12 hours site. If you need additional assistance, see the Section A: Oct 25-Nov 3 TTh 6:00pm-9:00pm Course Skills Assessments on page 92 or contact Note: This class is Windows only. the program supervisor for advisement. Lorenzo Barr 84 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Final Cut Pro: Beginning After Effects: BeginningLearn basic non-linear editing while becoming familiar Learn the fundamentals of animating digital imageswith the Final Cut Pro user interface. Topics include and title sequences to create powerful motion graph-basic setup, customizing preferences and settings, cap- ics. Topics include setting up a composition, keyframeturing video and audio, various editing and trimming techniques, layer essentials, adjustment layers, creatingtechniques, Ripple, Roll, Slip, and Slide tools, audio and synchronizing motion, 3D space, camera andediting and audio creation, finishing and final output. lighting basics, and creating animated text. StudentsNotes: Final Cut Express users are welcome. This class complete modules to create a motion graphic anima-is equivalent to FCP 100 (57910). Prerequisite: tion. Prerequisite: 57301. Suggested: 57105, and54101/11 or basic knowledge of Macintosh OS X; 57311/21/2 or 57910/1/2.must have Macintosh experience. Suggested: 57105 Course: 57411 $329 For: 12 hoursor basic knowledge of editing terminology. Section A: Nov 29-Dec 8 TTh 2:00pm-5:00pmCourse: 57321 $479 For: 16 hours Anita Quintana Business & TechnologySection A: Sep 19-20 MT 8:00am-5:00pmNote: This class is Macintosh only. DVD Studio Pro: BeginningBrad Stoddard This three-day course delves into the world of DVD authoring with DVD Studio Pro. Learn everythingFinal Cut Pro: Beginning-Intermediate you need to create a professional DVD title. You willPerform basic editing functions while becoming famil- be guided through every aspect of DVD authoring,iar with the Final Cut Pro user interface. Learn to from initial storyboarding to burning and replication.mark and edit clips, mix sound, add titles, create tran- Using compelling media and a real-world productionsitions, apply filters, and more. Topics include basic workflow, you will learn how to create amazing MPEGsetup, customizing preferences and settings, capturing 2 video with Compressor as well as create eye-poppingvideo and audio, various editing and trimming tech- motion menus directly in DVD Studio Pro. Author aniques, Ripple, Roll, Slip, and Slide tools, audio edit- DVD by creating buttons, interactive links, slideshows, Animation & Video Productioning and audio creation, finishing and final output. playlists and even adding alternate audio stream andNotes: This class is equivalent to FCP 101/2 camera angles. Notes: This class is equivalent to(57911). Class 57911 includes an Apple Certification DVDSP 101 (57931). Class 57931 includes an AppleExam Session at a discounted price. Prerequisite: Certification Exam Session at a discounted price.54101/11 or basic knowledge of Macintosh OS X; Prerequisite: 54101/11 or basic knowledge ofmust have Macintosh experience. Suggested: 57105 Macintosh OS X; must have Macintosh experience.or 57321 or basic knowledge of editing terminology. Suggested: 57321/2 or some knowledge of Final CutCourse: 57322 $699 For: 24 hours Pro.Section A: Oct 17-19 MTW 8:00am-5:00pm Course: 57511 $479 For: 16 hoursNote: This class is Macintosh only. Section A: Nov 18-19 FSa 8:00am-5:00pmBrad Stoddard Anita QuintanaColor: BeginningThis two-day hands-on course will familiarize you with Animation Onlinethe color correcting capabilities of Final Cut Studio. SkillSoft self-study classes include:Start with the basics of color balancing and correction,and move on to the fine points of secondary grading, 57817N Adobe Flash CS3 $259including scene matching, using vignettes to isolate 57818N Adobe Flash CS4 $299and track regions, creating advanced color effects and 57819N Adobe AIR for Flash Developers $109looks, skin tone adjustments, adjusting the composi- 57831N Adobe Captivate 4 $109tion and framing of a shot, and much more. Notes: Ed2Go instructor-led classes include:This class is equivalent to Color 101 (57941). Class Introduction to Flash 8 $11957941 includes an Apple Certification Exam Session at Making Movies with Windows XP $119a discounted price. Prerequisite: 57322 or basicknowledge of Final Cut Pro. Suggested: Level One Gatlin in-depth curriculum includes:Final Cut Pro End User certification. 3ds Max $1695Course: 57371 $479 For: 16 hours For more information, call Caroline Orcutt atSection A: Dec 5-6 MT 8:00am-5:00pm (505) 277-6037 or see our website.Brad StoddardRegistration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 85
    • Audio & Music Production Music Promotion and Distribution Learn the ins and outs of promoting and distributing Note: Unless otherwise noted, the Music Production your independently produced music online. Emphasis classes are taught in a dual platform lab using both on getting your music into online stores such as Windows and Macintosh software. iTunes, Amazon, etc. Mastering, artwork, radio, Digital Audio: An Introduction movie, tv placements, management, touring, licensing, Learn the fundamentals of computer recording. Topics and copyrights are topics that will also be covered. include multitrack recording, podcasting basics, virtual Prerequisite: None. instrument and effect plugins, two-track editing, Course: 57691 $199 For: 6 hours understanding file formats, computer audio hardware Section A: Nov 8-10 TTh 6:00pm-9:00pm basics, and internet audio. Prerequisite: 51101/11 or Joey Belville 54101/11 or equivalent experience. Course: 57601 $269 For: 9 hours Business & Technology Section A: Sep 15-22 TTh 6:00pm-9:00pm Joey Belville Apple Creative Professional for Logic Pro: Beginning-Intermediate Master the primary features and basic user interface of Video, Audio & Music Logic Pro. Learn how to generate a customized audio Notes: All classes in this section are Macintosh only. Most and midi configuration that will seamlessly integrate Apple Creative Professional courses include an Apple with your own personal production studio. Create exam session valid for six months after the course comple- your own song using Logic Pro’s comprehensive array tion date. All Apple Creative Professional classes require of software instruments, Apple Loops and DSP effects. a written request 14 days prior to the start date to drop In-depth lessons cover MIDI and audio recording, a class or transfer to another section. Exams are non- streamlined editing and arrangement techniques, user refundable.Audio & Music Production/Apple Creative Professional defined key commands, automation, scoring to picture FCP 100: An Overview of Final Cut Pro and surround mixing. Note: This class is equivalent to 57981 class. 57981 includes an Apple Certification This two-day, hands-on course introduces students to Exam Session at a discounted price. Prerequisite: the primary feature set and basic interface of Final Cut 54101/11 or basic knowledge of Macintosh OS X; Pro. In this course, you’ll learn to perform basic edit- must have Macintosh experience. Suggested: 57601 ing functions while familiarizing yourself with the user or basic knowledge of audio terminology. interface. Topics include basic setup, adjusting and customizing preferences and settings, capturing video Course: 57611 $699 For: 24 hours and audio, various editing and trimming techniques, Section A: Oct 31-Nov 2 MTW 8:00am-5:00pm Ripple, Roll, Slip and Slide tools, audio editing and Note: This class is Macintosh only. audio creation, finishing and final output. Note: This Joey Belville is an AATC course. This class has a 14-day advance notice cancellation policy. Prerequisite: 54101/11 or Reason: Software with a Beat basic knowledge of Macintosh OS X; must have Create a virtual music studio with Propellerhead Macintosh experience. Suggested: 57105 or basic Reason. Put together a collection of virtual instru- knowledge of editing terminology. ments to be played live or used with other sequencing Course: 57910 $479 For: 16 hours software such as Logic Pro or GarageBand. Find out Section A: Sep 19-20 MT 8:00am-5:00pm how to load and edit patches, samples, and drumloops to create your musical masterpiece. You will also learn Brad Stoddard basic sequencing, mixing, and automation techniques. 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: Oct 11-20 TTh 6:00pm-9:00pm on video editing or music production. Joey Belville All Apple Creative Pro classes require a written request 14 days prior to the start date of the class to drop or transfer to another class. 86 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • FCP 101: An Introduction to Final Cut Pro Color 101: Introduction to Color CorrectionThis three-day course teaches you to perform basic in Final Cut Studioediting functions while becoming familiar with the This two-day hands-on course will familiarize you withFinal Cut Pro user interface. Learn to mark and edit the color correcting capabilities of Final Cut Studio.clips, mix sound, add titles, create transitions, apply fil- Start with the basics of color balancing and correction,ters and more. Topics include basic setup, customizing and move on to the fine points of secondary grading,preferences and settings, capturing video and audio, including scene matching, using vignettes to isolatevarious editing and trimming techniques, Ripple, Roll, and track regions, creating advanced color effects andSlip, and Slide tools, audio editing and audio creation, looks, skin tone adjustments, adjusting the composi-finishing and final output. Notes: This is an AATC tion and framing of a shot, and much more. Notes:course. Exam session is included, valid for six months This is an AATC course. Exam session is included,upon completion of the class. This class has a 14-day valid for six months upon completion of the class. Thisadvance notice cancellation policy. Prerequisite: class has a 14-day advance notice cancellation policy. Business & Technology54101/11 or basic knowledge of Macintosh OS X; Prerequisite: 57911 (FCP 101/2) or basic knowledgemust have Macintosh experience. Suggested: 57105 of Final Cut Pro. Suggested: Level One Final Cut Proor 57910 or basic knowledge of editing terminology. End User certification.Course: 57911 $799 For: 24 hours Course: 57941 $579 For: 16 hoursSection A: Oct 17-19 MTW 8:00am-5:00pm Section A: Dec 5-6 MT 8:00am-5:00pmBrad Stoddard Brad StoddardFCP 300: Final Cut Pro Advanced Editing Logic 101: An Introduction toThis three-day course teaches students hard-to-find Logic Express and Logic Proadvanced editing and finishing techniques. Learn how This three-day hands-on course introduces students toto create polished transitions, fix screen direction the primary features and basic user interface of Logicerrors, edit multi-camera projects, work with nested Pro. Students learn how to generate a customized Apple Creative Professionalsequences, create fantastic effects, use filters creatively audio and midi configuration that will seamlessly inte-and composite like a pro. This course also covers grate with their own personal production studio.advanced workflows for managing media and working Students also create their own song using Logic Pro’swith film. Notes: This is an AATC course. Exam ses- comprehensive array of software instruments, Applesion is included, valid for six months upon completion Loops and DSP effects. In-depth lessons will coverof the class. This class has a 14-day advance notice MIDI and audio recording, streamlined editing andcancellation policy. Prerequisite: 57911 (FCP 101/2) arrangement techniques, user defined key commands,or basic knowledge of Final Cut Pro. Suggested: Level automation, scoring to picture and surround mixing.One Final Cut Pro End User certification. Notes: This is an AATC course. Exam session isCourse: 57913 $799 For: 24 hours included, valid for six months upon completion of theSection A: Nov 7-9 MTW 8:00am-5:00pm class. This class has a 14-day cancellation policy.Brad Stoddard Prerequisite: 54101/11 or basic knowledge of Macintosh OS X; must have Macintosh experience.DVDSP 101: Introduction to DVD Studio Pro Suggested: 57601 or basic knowledge of audio termi-This three-day course delves into the world of DVD nology.authoring with DVD Studio Pro. Learn everything Course: 57981 $799 For: 24 hoursyou need to create a professional DVD title. You will Section A: Oct 31-Nov 2 MTW 8:00am-5:00pmbe guided through every aspect of DVD authoring, Joey Belvillefrom initial storyboarding to burning and replication.Using compelling media and a real-world production Logic 301: Advanced Music Productionworkflow, you will learn how to create amazing MPEG in Logic Pro2 video with Compressor as well as create eye-popping This three-day course teaches invaluable real-worldmotion menus directly in DVD Studio Pro. Author a techniques for music production and editing, mixing,DVD by creating buttons, interactive links, slideshows, notation, and scoring to picture with Logic.playlists and even adding alternate audio stream and Throughout the class, you will learn numerous profes-camera angles. Notes: This is an AATC course. Exam sional secrets for streamlining production workflowssession is included, valid for six months upon comple- and constructing a mix to meet the most exactingtion of the class. The class has a 14-day advance notice standards. Experienced Logic users and newcomerscancellation policy. Prerequisite: 54101/11 or basic alike will find invaluable methods for manipulatingknowledge of Macintosh OS X; must have Macintosh tempo and pitch, fine-tuning audio and MIDI tracks,experience. Suggested: 57910/1 (FCP 100 or processing MIDI data, managing signal flow, assigning101/2) or some knowledge of Final Cut Pro. physical controllers, and getting the most out ofCourse: 57931 $579 For: 16 hours Logic’s revolutionary software instruments. Notes:Section A: Nov 18-19 FSa 8:00am-5:00pm This is an AATC course. Exam session is included,Anita QuintanaRegistration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 87
    • valid for six months upon completion of the class. This (X)HTML: Beginning class has a 14-day advance notice cancellation policy. Enhance your ability to control the looks and func- Prerequisite: 57981 (Logic 101/2) or basic knowl- tionality of your Web pages by learning HTML and edge of Logic Pro. Suggested: Level One Logic Pro XHTML, the closely related languages that programs End User certification. such as Dreamweaver and Expression Web use behind Course: 57983 $799 For: 24 hours the scenes. Use code to add graphics, links, and tables Section A: Nov 28-30 MTW 8:00am-5:00pm to your pages, and explore the power of CSS to format Joey Belville text consistently and quickly. Gain an understanding of the similarities and differences between HTML and Apple Certification Exam Session XHTML, and practice using FTP to upload your pages Register to take your Apple IT or Pro Apps exam at to a live Web server. Prerequisites: 51101/11 or our AATC facility. Notes: Exams are non-refundable. 54101/11 or equivalent experience, and Internet Prices are subject to change and may vary by exam. experience.Business & Technology Transfers are permitted within the same semester only. Course: 58111 $279 For: 12 hours Call 505-277-6037 to inquire about exam prep, retake Section A: Oct 3-12 MW 6:00pm-9:00pm discounts and exam sessions included with the Apple Glenn Norman Creative Professional classes. Prerequisite: Varies by Section B: Nov 28-Dec 2 MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm exam. Retakes: $100. Documentation of previous Glenn Norman exam taken at our facility required for all retakes. Course: 57990V $150 For: 2 hours (X)HTML: Intermediate Section A: Sep 23 F 1:00pm-3:00pm Increase your practical knowledge of (X)HTML, Section B: Oct 21 F 1:00pm-3:00pm including using tables to create imaginative webpage Section C: Nov 11 F 1:00pm-3:00pm layouts. Learn to add forms to your website, and Section D: Dec 2 F 1:00pm-3:00pm explore more of CSS’s uses, including its ability to for- mat every page in a website with a single style sheet, Web Design & DevelopmentWeb Design & Development and an introduction to CSS positioning properties. Note: The Web Design and Development classes are Finally, gain an overview of Web technologies such as taught in a dual platform lab using both Windows and JavaScript, DHTML, XML, and PHP. Prerequisite: Macintosh computers. 58111. Course: 58112 $279 For: 12 hours Creating and Maintaining a Website: Section A: Nov 1-8 TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm An Introduction Glenn Norman Get an overview of the tools and techniques involved in creating and updating websites. Discuss the practical CSS: Cascading Style Sheets matters of file organization, site navigation and con- Developed to work hand-in-hand with both HTML tent update strategies. Students get hands-on experi- and XHTML, Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) has played ence with Dreamweaver, Expression Web, and HTML a significant role in bringing the power of desktop text editors. The process of uploading files is also cov- publishing to web page design. Learn to use CSS to ered. Prerequisites: 51101/11 or 54101/11 or change the colors, fonts, paragraph-indents, and even equivalent experience, and Internet experience. the layout of a web page—or an entire website, for Course: 58101 $279 For: 12 hours that matter—with just a few keystrokes. Explore differ- Section A: Sep 19-23 MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm ent ways to make your pages look good, discover how Virginia DeBolt using CSS can improve functionality, and how it works Section B: Oct 31-Nov 9 MW 6:00pm-9:00pm in HTML-editors such as Dreamweaver. Prerequisite: 58111. Suggested: 58121. Glenn Norman Course: 58117 $219 For: 8 hours Create a Simple Website Section A: Dec 12-14 MW 1:00pm-5:00pm Using free web design tools, create a website about Virginia DeBolt your family, your hobbies, or anything that interests you. Learn strategies for planning your hobby site, cre- ating and linking individual web pages, and adding images for visual appeal. At the end of class sign up for free web space and upload a live website! Practice computers are available for students Prerequisites: Working knowledge of Windows and enrolled in computer classes during the current the Internet. semester. Call Caroline Orcutt at (505) 277-6037 Course: 58105 $109 For: 6 hours to schedule practice time. Section A: Nov 19 Sa 9:00am-4:00pm Jeremy Jaramillo 88 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • Dreamweaver: Beginning and arm you with knowledge to make the right deci-This powerful web-authoring program puts both visual sion when choosing a CMS. Prerequisite: 58111.design and sophisticated HTML tools at your finger- Suggested: 58117 or 58121.tips. Topics include setting up the Dreamweaver envi- Course: 58221 $179 For: 6 hoursronment, using type and graphics, adding links, and Section A: Oct 29 Sa 9:00am-4:00pmusing tables. The basics of applying Cascading Style Jeremy JaramilloSheets (CSS) to HTML elements and uploading web-sites are also featured. Prerequisites: 52008 or Web Programming Basics54101/11 or equivalent experience, and Internet Move beyond HTML and CSS! Investigate fundamen-experience. Suggested: 58111. tal concepts and practices of scripting and program-Course: 58121 $279 For: 12 hours ming for websites. Learn how dynamic web applica-Section A: Sep 13-22 TTh 6:00pm-9:00pm tions execute on the World Wide Web, and how thisZac Van Note process differs from static websites. Get overviews of Business & TechnologySection B: Oct 17-21 MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm PHP, ASP, and JavaScript, as well as standard approaches to integrating these languages with every-Virginia DeBolt day HTML. Additional topics of discussion includeDreamweaver: Intermediate client- and server-side authoring options, capturingTake your web-authoring skills to the next level. Learn information from user forms, database connectivity,to create custom styles in CSS and apply them to text, and cookies. Prerequisite: 58111.links, tables and DIVs. Automate page development Course: 58401 $329 For: 12 hoursand maintenance with templates, library items and Section A: Sep 27-Oct 6 TTh 6:00pm-9:00pmsnippets and add interactivity with HTML forms.Ensure efficient site management with browser testing, Web Design Onlinevalidation, site assets and file check-in/check-out. Inaddition, begin to integrate Flash content into your SkillSoft self-study classes include: Web Design & Developmentsite. Prerequisites: 58111, 58121. 58802N Designing and Hosting a Website $199Course: 58122 $279 For: 12 hours 58831N Adobe Dreamweaver CS3 $259Section A: Oct 25-Nov 3 TTh 6:00pm-9:00pm 58832N Adobe Dreamweaver CS4 $299Zac Van Note 58863N JavaScript Fundamentals $299Section B: Nov 14-18 MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm 58868N DHTML Basics $199Virginia DeBolt 58871N Introduction to XML $229 58872N Advanced XML $299Dreamweaver: Advanced 58875N Introduction to Ajax Development $199Take full advantage of Dreamweaver for advanced webauthoring. Create cutting edge multi-column page lay- Ed2Go instructor-led classes include:outs with advanced CSS positioning techniques. Add Creating Web Pages $119sophisticated interactivity, including CSS rollovers, Creating Web Pages II $119AJAX/JavaScript image galleries and form validation Designing Effective Websites $119and explore the use of frames and iframes. Customize Introduction to ASP.NET $119and extend Dreamweaver functionality with exten- Introduction to CSS and XHTML $119sions. Finally, add video, sound and other media ele- Intermediate CSS and XHTML $119ments to web pages. Prerequisite: 58122. Suggested: Introduction to Dreamweaver CS4 or CS5 $11958401 or 58411. Intermediate Dreamweaver CS4 $119Course: 58123 $279 For: 12 hours Introduction to Microsoft FrontPage 2003 $119Section A: Nov 29-Dec 8 TTh 6:00pm-9:00pm Introduction to PHP and MySQL $119Zac Van Note Gatlin in-depth curriculum includes:Content Management Systems for Websites Search Engine Marketing $1895Content management systems (CMS) are becoming Search Engine Optimization $1495increasingly popular for the authoring and administra- Web Database Developer $2195tion of websites. These software systems provide a Web Design Certificate $5595means to control the presentation of sites, as well as a Webmaster $1795database for storing site content. But CMSes them- For more information, call Caroline Orcutt atselves vary in terms of complexity and flexibility. This (505) 277-6037 or see our website.course will survey several popular CMSes, includingWordPress, ExpressionEngine, MojoMotor, Joomla,Drupal and Plone; discuss the pros and cons of each;Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 89
    • IT Professions Network Support (Network+) Learn how to configure network adapters, protocols, and services to allow communication between comput- CompTIA Certifications for ers. This course covers the OSI model, network topologies, Ethernet, the TCP/IP protocol suite, sub- Systems Engineering netting, and WAN technologies. Learn to use these technologies to effectively administer a network, share Essentials of Hardware and Operating Systems resources, troubleshoot, and solve connectivity prob- This CompTIA A+ Essentials course, 220-701 is lems. Note: Exam voucher is included, valid for 6 required for everyone seeking A+ certification. months upon completion of the class. Prerequisites: Successful completion of the course validates knowl- network experience, and an understanding of binary edge of basic computer hardware and operating sys- concepts. tems, including how to install, build, upgrade, repair, Course: 63312 $849 For: 28 hours Business & Technology configure, troubleshoot, optimize, diagnose and per- Section A: Oct 10-24 MWF 8:00am-12:00pm form preventive maintenance. Customer service and Glenn Norman security skills are also covered. Course materials include test review materials, practice test software. Security+ Note: Exam Voucher is included when you complete Learn general computer security concepts, and gain an 63131 and 63134, valid for 6 months upon comple- understanding of the various forms of security threats. tion of both classes. Prerequisites: Six months related Topics include wireless technology and security, and experience and Windows experience that includes GUI the basic network concepts of firewalls, routers, and command prompt interfaces. switches, and hubs. Review NAT, VLANs, and RAS. Course: 63131 $749 For: 32 hours Review algorithms, concepts of using cryptography, Section A: Aug 29-Sep 14 PKI, standards, protocols, and Key MTWThF 12:00am-12:00am Management/Certificate Lifecycle. Includes Security +CompTIA Certifications for Systems Engineering/Database Engineering Glenn Norman voucher. Suggested: 63312 or one year of network Section B: Oct 4-27 TTh 6:00pm-9:30pm experience. Ralph Keeton Course: 63511 $859 For: 28 hours Section A: Nov 2-16 MWF 8:00am-12:00pm Hardware Repair and Troubleshooting Glenn Norman CompTIA A+ 220-702 is the second and final A+ course for those who want more emphasis on comput- er repair and troubleshooting and less emphasis on in- Database Engineering person customer interaction. Work related scenarios Relational Database Design Fundamentals such as bench work are emphasized. Note: Exam Learn the essential principles to build a relational data- voucher is included when you complete 63131 and base from scratch. Practice identifying database tasks, 63134, valid for 6 months upon completion of beth identifying data needed to support tasks, and mapping classes. Prerequisite: 63131. the data to tables. Apply rules of table design resulting Course: 63134 $649 For: 24 hours in efficient tables that take full advantage of relational Section A: Sep 19-30 MWF 8:00am-12:00pm capabilities. Identify key fields and relationships, and Glenn Norman learn to solve complex “many to many” database rela- Section B: Nov 1-22 TTh 6:00pm-9:30pm tionships. Prerequisite: 52310 or 53601. Ralph Keeton Course: 65011 $399 For: 12 hours Section A: Nov 14-21 MW 8:00am-12:00pm Server Administration Concepts (Server +) Diane C. Follstaedt Designed for those responsible for hardware function- ality of microcomputers within the Windows, Linux, and Novell environments, the exercises in this course Custom include installation, support, troubleshooting, and sec- ond level support. Simulations are used to illustrate IT courses and IT consultation environments, with interactive exercises. Gain of the If your business has a need for customized training skills and knowledge base necessary to take the Server+ specifically for a group of employees in desktop sup- certification exam. Includes Server + test voucher. port, programming, systems engineering, GIS or other Course: 63201 $699 For: 24.5 hours IT course topic, our Custom Training Office can pro- Section A: Sep 6-27 TTh 6:00pm-9:30pm vide these courses at your site or at ours. We also Chris Bandy provide expert IT consultation for businesses. Contact the UNM Continuing Education Custom Training Office at (505) 277-6034 or email customtraining@dce.unm.edu for more information. 90 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
    • IT: Infrastructure Library Intermediate AutoCAD Learn the effective use of blocks and attributes, andITIL how to establish standards that promote conformanceThe purpose of the ITILÆ V3 Foundation certificate while allowing users to complete tasks. Numerous in-in IT Service Management is to certify that the candi- class exercises reinforce the use of drawing and editingdate has gained knowledge of the ITIL terminology, commands. Prerequisite: 69111.structure and basic concepts and has comprehended Course: 69112 $699 For: 27 hoursthe core principles of ITIL practices for Service Section A: Nov 21-Dec 19 MW 6:00pm-9:00pmManagement. Candidates can expect to gain knowl- Note: This class will not meet on November 23rd andedge and understanding in service management, serv- November 30th.ice lifecycle, generic concepts, technology and architec- Gathen Garciature in addition to other course components. Thecourse will conclude with a certification examination Geographic Information Business & Technologyheld on day three of the class.Course: 67955 $1699 For: 27 hours Systems (GIS)Section A: Sep 13-15 TWTh 8:00am-5:00pmSection B: Nov 15-17 TWTh 8:00am-5:00pm Basic Cartography Learn basic principles of map making and map read- ITIL Online ing. Explore issues such as scale, declination, elevation, 67962N ITILv3 Intermediate: and location systems. Learn the elements of USGS maps, as well as digital map elements and systems. Operational Support and Analysis $1139 67965N ITILv3 Foundation Syllabus v4.2 $449 Course: 69304 $469 For: 16 hours Section A: Sep 6-15 TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm 67966N Moving from Technical Professional to Management $689 Kurt Menke 67967N Managing Technical Professionals $499 IT: Infrastructure Library/AutoCAD/Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Introduction to Geographic Information Systems 67972N Writing Skills for Explore the world of GIS and how it’s being used to Technical Professionals $119 solve real world problems in this introductory course. Learn about projections, coordinate systems, geodata-AutoCAD base coverage, and GIS data formats. Discuss the vari- ous software and hardware tools currently in use, Register and complete any of our AutoCAD classes including Global Positioning Systems (GPS) and and receive access to the AutoCAD student version efforts to standardize GIS formats. Prerequisite: for three years. The student version contains the 69304 or equivalent experience. same AutoCAD software as the $4000 version, but Course: 69305 $499 For: 17 hours is to be used for student practice and projects only. Section A: Sep 20-Oct 4 TTh 5:45pm-9:15pm Access information is given the first day of class. Kurt Menke ArcGIS Desktop: Tools and FunctionalityBeginning AutoCAD/AutoCAD Lite ArcGIS Desktop software is an integrated system thatLearn the fundamentals of Computer-Assisted Drafting includes all the tools needed to get the most out of(CAD) 3D and 2D rendering. This course compares GIS. Learn the range of functionality available in theand contrasts CAD and manual drafting methods, and software and the essential tools for visualizing, creat-stresses the fundamentals of drawing organization and ing, managing and analyzing geographic data. Thislayer management. Explore the effective use of blocks, hands-on course emphasizes practice with ArcMap andfonts, and automatic dimensioning features. Students ArcCatalog to perform common GIS tasks and work-perform numerous exercises in class to reinforce the flows. The tools for creating and managing geographicuse of drawing and editing commands. Prerequisite: data, displaying data on maps in different ways, andBasic Windows or equivalent experience. combining and analyzing data to discover patterns areCourse: 69111 $699 For: 21 hours highlighted. Learn how ArcGIS Desktop provides aSection A: Oct 10-31 MW 6:00pm-9:00pm complete GIS software solution. Prerequisite: 69305.Gathen Garcia Course: 69311 $1199 For: 24 hours Section A: Nov 5-12 ThSa 9:00am-6:00pm Tim O’BrienRegistration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 91
    • 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. 92 Registration | Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990
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    • Historical Musicology: A.D. 800-1350 Studies in liturgical music continue with a review of chant evolution from pre-Gregorian forerunners.Lecture Series Chant symbolism, typology, and notation demonstrate a mature and vigorous art leading, ultimately, to theNew Mexico Lecture Series of five sessions — Enroll & chant-based polyphony of the late middle ages.save! The series cost of $75 represents a savingsof $25 Gregorian Chant is huge and diverse! At least four dis-over the cost of the individual lectures. tinct rivers of chant flow into the mix and they are as distinct and culturally rich as the lands of Italy, France,Lecture Series I and Spain. Recommended Source Readings:The Sacred in Music from Ancient to Modern Times: Hayburn, Papal Legislation, Chapter Two, John XXIIA Lecture Series in Five Sessions. Register for the and Docta Sanctorum Patrum, pages 17-24. Richardseries and save $25 or register for individual lectures at C. Hoppin, Medieval Music; and/or Thomas Forest$20 per lecture. Kelly, Plainsong in the Age of Polyphony.Course: 00002 $75 For: 5 sessions Course: 00002 $20 For: 1 sessionSection A-E: Aug 24-Sep 21 W 9:30am-11:30am Section B: Aug 31 W 9:30am-11:30amCE North Building James A. Yeager, PhDJames A. Yeager, PhD Historical Musicology:Historical Musicology: 200 B.C.-A.D. 800 Renaissance Polyphony A.D. 1545-1580The first in a series of studies in liturgical music con- The polyphonic motet revisited in the high renaissance. Culturesiders the three cultural roots of earliest Christian One superb Latin masterpiece by composer Giaches demusic, Grecian, Syrian and Semitic. Musical examples Wert illustrates word painting and interpretation ofoffer vivid evidence of the antecedents of a chant tradi- scripture through sacred music. The impact of thetion that came under the rule of Rome through St. Council of Trent spread through the post-ReformationGregory the Great and Charlemagne. What did music world. Recommended Source Readings: Hayburn,sound like in ancient times in the Mediterranean cul- Papal Legislation, Council of Trent, pages 25-31.ture? Recommended Source Readings: Hayburn, Christopher Page, The Owl and the Nightingale,Papal Legislation, Chapter One, pages 1-15. The New Musical Life and ideas in the Renaissance, From the The Story of New MexicoOxford History of Music, Early Medieval Music to 1300 1470’s to the end of the 16th century.Volume II, Dom Anselm. Pages 1-35; 58-109. Egon Course: 00002 $20 For: 1 sessionWellesz, A History of Byzantine Music and Section C: Sep 7 W 9:30am-11:30amHymnography. James A. Yeager, PhDCourse: 00002 $20 For: 1 sessionSection A: Aug 24 W 9:30am-11:30amJames A. Yeager, PhDOnline: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-0563 95
    • Historical Musicology: Early Baroque Oratorio & Cantata Two new types of sacred music appear at the dawn of the 17th century, Oratorio & Cantata. A detailed com- parison begins with oratorio, religious music born of prayer and scriptural devotion. The music lends further understanding of the ramifications of reformation and counter-reformation. Carissimi, Vivaldi, Schütz and other composers create a new tradition. The beginning of the divergence between sacred and secular trace to this pivotal time. The comparison begun with oratorio is completed with cantata. The concept germinates in Italian works for solo voice, then flowers in the highest vocal art of the German genius, Johann Sebastian Bach. Recommended Source Readings: Christopher Page, The Owl and the Nightingale, Musical Life and ideas in the Renaissance, From the 1470’s to the end of the 16th century. Course: 00002 $20 For: 1 session New Mexico Spy-vs.-Spy Intrigue Section D: Sep 14 W 9:30am-11:30am When thinking of New Mexico, few Americans think James A. Yeager, PhD spy-vs.-spy intrigue, but in fact to many international intelligence operatives, the state’s name is nearly syn- Historical Musicology: Nineteenth & Twentieth onymous with espionage and Santa Fe is a sacred site. Century Musical Works Large & Larger The KGB’s single greatest intelligence and counterin- Travel All the classic forms of from biblical times to the telligence coups, and the planning of the organiza- Baroque period are reinvented in the Romantic and tion’s most infamous assassination, all took place with- Modern aesthetic. Psalm, Motet, Masses, Cantata, in one mile of Bishop Lamy’s statue in front of Saint Oratorio, are reclothed in musical language written big Francis Cathedral in central Santa Fe. In this fascinat- using the new harmony and the colors of the sympho- ing guide, former CIA agent E.B. Held uses declassi-Culture ny orchestra. How do the ancient forms transform and fied documents from both the CIA and KGB, as well become reinvented? Only Beethoven, Brahms, Fauré, as secondary sources to trace some of the most notori- Elgar, Stravinsky, Britten and others can show. ous spying events in United States history. Learn histo- Course: 00002 $20 For: 1 session ry of such events as the plot to assassinate Leon Section E: Sep 21 W 9:30am-11:30am Trotsky, Ted Hall’s delivery of technical details of the James A. Yeager, PhD atom bomb to the KGB, and the allegations regarding Los Alamos National Laboratory scientist Dr. Wen Ho Lecture Series II Lee. Held provides background material as well as Enhance your knowledge of the wonders of our fasci- modern site locations to allow Cold War enthusiastsThe Story of New Mexico nating state by enrolling in this lecture series. Examine the opportunity to explore in a whole new way the set- music, hot air ballooning, history and intrigue! tings for these historical events. Register for the series and save $25 or for individual Course: 00003 $20 For: 1 session lectures at $20 per lecture. Section A: Sep 28 W 9:30am-11:30am Course: 00003 $75 For: 5 sessions E.B. Held Section A-E: Sep 28-Oct 26 W 9:30am-11:30am CE North Building Hispanic Sacred Music All cultural stereotypes should be broken through deeper knowledge and respect for a tradition of music that spans over one thousand years. The lecture will reach back to Arabic roots in Northern Africa and the Iberian peninsula of A.D. 1000. From there Hispanic music will embrace compositions from the high renais- sance to baroque pieces in the New World, South, Central, and Mexican America. Sacred music has a noble and venerable lineage in the Spanish speaking world. Recommended Source Readings: Quentin Faulkner, Wiser Than Despair. Prologue pages 1-15; Chapters 10 (143-147); 15 & 16 (183-202). Course: 00003 $20 For: 1 session Section B: Oct 5 W 9:30am-11:30am James A. Yeager, PhD 96 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-0563
    • Jewish Albuquerque Albuquerque, founded by Spanish colonists in 1706, seems an unusual place for Jewish immigrants to settle. Yet long before New Mexico statehood in 1912, Jewish settlers had made their homes in the high desert town, located on the banks of the Rio Grande River. Initially, business opportunities lured German Jews to the Santa Fe Trail; during the expansive rail- road days of the 1880s, Jewish citizens were poised to take on leadership roles in business, government, and community life. Henry Jaffa, a Jewish merchant and acquaintance of Wyatt Earp, served as Albuquerque’s first mayor. From launching businesses along Central Avenue, to establishing the Indian Trading Room at the famed Alvarado Hotel and founding trading posts, Route 66 tourist establishments, and the Sandia Tram, Jewish business people partnered with their neighbors to boost Albuquerque’s already plentiful assets. Along the way, community members built Jewish organiza-The Thrill of Ballooning and Joy of Writing tions—a B’nai B’rith chapter, Congregation Albert, and Congregation B’nai Israel—that made their markJoin Albuquerque’s record-setting balloon pilot Troy upon the larger Albuquerque community.Bradley and award-winning author Anne Hillerman for Course: 00003 $20 For: 1 sessiona program focused on the thrill of ballooning and joy Section E: Oct 26 W 9:30am-11:30amof writing. Bradley and Hillerman collaborated on a Naomi Sandweissbook about Bradley’s memorable flight across theAtlantic from Maine to Morocco with the late Richard Lecture Series IIIAbruzzo. Bradley will share the pleasures and chal- Examine varying historical periods, architecture andlenges of the sport he loves, illustrated with beautiful more when you enroll in this Lecture Series. Buyingballooning photographs. Hillerman will join him to Culture the series saves $25, or register for individual lecturesdiscuss their balloon book, Ride the Wind: USA to at $20 each.Africa, and to offer some entertaining tips and advice Course: 00004 $75 For: 5 sessionsfor would-be writers. Section A-E: Nov 2-Dec 7 W 9:30am-11:30amCourse: 00003 $20 For: 1 session Note: No class Nov 23Section C: Oct 12 W 9:30am-11:30am CE North BuildingAnne Hillerman & Troy Bradley Roadcut: The Architecture of Antoine PredockFred Harvey The Story of New Mexico In 2006, the American Institute of Architects awardedThe El Tovar Hotel, situated 20 feet from the south its Gold Medal to Antoine Predock, a New Mexicorim of the Grand Canyon, is one of the last places architect known around the world for having assertedwhere Fred Harvey lives on. His portrait hangs in the a personal and place-inspired vision of architecturemain lobby overseeing every detail of daily life. In this with such passion that his buildings have been univer-two-hour session, we will take a look at how Fred sally embraced. Predock conceives his buildings asHarvey changed America. Not only is he the founder poetic landscapes made from the same collisionof the American service industry, but “Fred Harvey” is between land and machine, geologic time and techno-the first widely-known and respected brand name in logical change, found in the highway roadcut. RoadcutAmerica. He was Ray Croc before McDonalds; J.W. traces Predock’s career over forty years of work, fromMarriott before Marriott Hotels; and Walt Disney the regionalism of La Luz, a housing complex inbefore Disneyland. The presentation includes his large- Albuquerque, to the embrace of our common humani-ly-unheralded son, Ford, who ran the company far ty celebrated in Winnipeg’s Canadian Museum forlonger than Fred. Time will also be given to the Human Rights. These and other projects documentHarvey Girls, the first major female workforce in how the architect has held to his formative groundingAmerica, the 100,000 women who responded to in New Mexico even as he has responded to theFred’s ads between the 1830s and 1950s. “Wanted – increasingly global scope of his practice.young women, 18-30 years of age, of good moralcharacter, attractive and intelligent, as waitresses in Course: 00004 $20 For: 1 sessionHarvey Eating Houses.” Section A: Nov 2 W 9:30am-11:30am Christopher Mead, PhD, Professor of Architecture andCourse: 00003 $20 For: 1 session Art HistorySection D: Oct 19 W 9:30am-11:30amDewey JohnsonOnline: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-0563 97
    • New Mexico National Guard and the Internment Camp in Santa Fe The U.S. government operated two internment camps in New Mexico. One was located in Santa Fe on the site of an abandoned Civilian Conservation Corps camp, about a mile from the center of Santa Fe and current site of the Casa Solana neighborhood. The Santa Fe internment camp began operating on March 14, 1942, when it accepted its first Japanese “alien enemies.” Learn about the role the National Guard played in running and maintaining the camp. Course: 00004 $20 For: 1 session Section B: Nov 9 W 9:30am-11:30am Nancy Bartlit Navajo Code Talkers and the Manhattan Project Publishing SILENT VOICES OF WORLD WAR II: When Sons Publishing began — if we skip The Commandments of the Land of Enchantment Met Sons of the Land of incised in stone — with cave-wall graffiti or vegetable the Rising Sun. inks on sheepskin. From Gutenberg to Bennett Cerf Course: 00004 $20 For: 1 session was a long, meandering trail of technological creation. Section C: Nov 16 W 9:30am-11:30am Now e-publishing or print-on-demand can make us all Nancy Bartlit instant publishers. Previously, Hollywood might turn a successful novel into a feature film. In 1978 the Mary Storytelling in the Land of Enchantment Tyler Moore company asked me to turn their TV New Mexico is a vast and varied land blessed with a movie, Something For Joey, into a novel. The world of Travel fascinating history, diverse people, and rich cultures. publishing has turned upside down several times! Let’s Storytelling has long been a tradition in the Land of consider the many revolutions in the book business, Enchantment, helping provide a link between those what led to them, and (maybe?) where they’re leading people and their cultures and conveying the lessons us. We will talk about the frustrating fun of The Book and stories of New Mexico’s past. This presentation is Business, and how it continues to change.Culture a collection of ‘strange but true’ stories — some Course: 00004 $20 For: 1 session humorous, some poignant — that illuminate the Section E: Dec 7 W 9:30am-11:30am state’s history. Richard Peck, PhD Course: 00004 $20 For: 1 session Section D: Nov 30 W 9:30am-11:30am Mary Mortensen DieckerThe Story of New Mexico 98 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-0563
    • Lecture Series IVThis course will survey the evolution of Meso-American Civilizations from Antiquity (1500 B.C.)through the Spanish Conquest of Mexico (A.D.1521). The area covered will include the AmericanSouthwest and Mexico. Six great Pre-Columbian cul-tures will be presented. Recommended Readings:Mexico and The Maya by Michael Coe. Register for theseries and save $25, or register for individual lecturesat $20 each.Course: 00005 $75 For: 5 sessionsSection A-E: Oct 28-Dec 2 F 1:00pm-3:00pmNote: No class on Nov. 25 The Zapotecs 500 B.C.-A.D. 500CE North Building The Zapotec civilization (500 B.C.-A.D. 500) was an indigenous pre-Columbian civilization that flourishedCharles Truxillo, PhD, Latin American Expert in the Valley of Oaxaca of southern Mesoamerica. Archaeological evidence shows their culture goes back at least 2500 years. The Olmecs left archaeological evi- dence at the ancient city of Monte Albán in the form of buildings, ball courts, magnificent tombs and grave goods, including finely worked gold jewelry. Monte Albán was one of the first major cities in Mesoamerica and the center of a Zapotec state that dominated much of what is now the Mexican state of Oaxaca. Course: 00005 $20 For: 1 session Section B: Nov 4 F 1:00pm-3:00pm Charles Truxillo, PhD, Latin American Expert CultureThe Olmecs 1500-400 B.C.The Olmecs (1500-400 B.C.) were a Pre-Columbiancivilization living in the tropical lowlands of south-cen-tral Mexico, in the modern-day states of Veracruz andTabasco. The most familiar aspect of the Olmecs istheir artwork, particularly the aptly-named colossal The Story of New Mexicoheads. In fact, the Olmec civilization was first definedthrough artifacts purchased on the pre-Columbian art Teotihuacan 200 B.C.-A.D. 750market in the late 19th century and early 20th century. Archaeological evidence suggests that Teotihuacan wasOlmec artworks are considered among ancient a multi-ethnic city, with distinct quarters occupied byAmerica’s most striking. Learn about the rise and Otomi, Zapotec, Mixtec, Maya and Nahua peoples.demise of this culture. The Totonacs have always maintained that they wereCourse: 00005 $20 For: 1 session the ones who built it. The Aztecs repeated that story,Section A: Oct 28 F 1:00pm-3:00pm but it has not been corroborated by archaeologicalCharles Truxillo, PhD, Latin American Expert findings. The city reached its peak in A.D. 450, when it was the center of a powerful culture whose influence extended through much of the Mesoamerican region. At its peak, the city covered over 30 km, and probably housed a population of over 150,000 people, possibly as many as 250,000. Various districts in the city housed people from across the Teotihuacano region of influence, which spread south as far as Guatemala. Notably absent from the city are fortifications and mil- itary structures. Course: 00005 $20 For: 1 session Section C: Nov 11 F 1:00pm-3:00pm Charles Truxillo, PhD, Latin American ExpertOnline: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-0563 99
    • New Mexico Courses Native American Voices: Momaday and Silko Two of the most renowned New Mexico Native American authors are N. Scott Momaday and Leslie Silko. Both have written prize-winning novels and cel- ebrated short stories, poems and essays. This class will read and discuss Momaday’s House Made of Dawn and Silko’s Ceremony, individually distinct yet thematically related narratives. A comparative approach to both books (and incidental short texts) should serve to enlighten readers of both novels and enhance our The Mayans 400 B.C.-A.D. 900 appreciation of the natural and cultural splendors of The Maya is a Mesoamerican civilization, noted for the New Mexico. Recommended Reading: HMD and C only known fully developed written language of the as well as The Man to Send Rain Clouds and The pre-Columbian Americas, as well as for its art, archi- Remembered Earth. tecture, and mathematical and astronomical systems. Course: 00696 $80 For: 4 sessions According to the Mesoamerican chronology, many Section A: Sep 6-27 T 10:00am-12:00pm Maya cities reached their highest state of development CE South Building during the Classic period (c. A.D 250-900), and con- Robert Gish, PhD, English Professor, Distinguished tinued throughout the Post-Classic period until the arrival of the Spanish. Maya influence can be detected Scholar and Author Travel from Honduras, Guatemala, Northern El Salvador and to as far as central Mexico, more than 1000 km from the Maya area. Many outside influences are found in Mayan art and architecture, which are thought toCulture result from trade and cultural exchange rather than direct external conquest. Course: 00005 $20 For: 1 session Section D: Nov 18 F 1:00pm-3:00pm Charles Truxillo, PhD, Latin American Expert The Toltecs (A.D. 700-1250) and the Aztecs (A.D.1280-1521) The Toltec culture is an archaeological MesoamericanThe Story of New Mexico culture that dominated a state centered in Tula, Hidalgo in the early post-classic period of Taos Mountain: Frank Waters and Taos Mesoamerican chronology. The later Aztec culture saw Taos was a very special and inspirational place for New the Toltecs as their intellectual and cultural predeces- Mexico author Frank Waters. Waters was only one of sors and described Toltec culture emanating from many artists inspired by the nearby mountain, the Tollan (Nahuatl for Tula) as the epitome of civiliza- pueblo, the town, and the surrounding environs and tion. Indeed in the Nahuatl language the word ambiance. This class will discuss Taos as a crucial New “Toltec” came to take on the meaning “artisan”. The Mexico artistic modality, especially in the work of Aztec oral and pictographic tradition also described Waters. His novel, The Man Who Killed the Deer, will the history of the Toltec empire giving lists of rulers serve as a touchstone for discussion. and their exploits. Course: 00693 $80 For: 4 sessions Course: 00005 $20 For: 1 session Section A: Oct 4-25 T 10:00am-12:00pm Section E: Dec 2 F 1:00pm-3:00pm CE South Building Charles Truxillo, PhD, Latin American Expert Robert Gish, PhD, English Professor, Distinguished Scholar and Author 100 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-0563
    • Hispano Pioneers of New Mexicoand the Euro-SouthwestA two-hour slide-lecture will be presented with docu-mented information as well as pictures and drawings ofour founders, and include information concerning the Trips and ToursCibolero, Comanchero, and more!Course: 00716 $20 For: 1 sessionSection A: Nov 3 Th 1:00pm-3:00pmCE South BuildingRuben Salas Hiking Chaco Canyon Climb a 230-foot crack in the mesa wall to the mesa top overlooking four great houses. Hike the mesa viewing an ancient stairway and part of the Chacoan road system. Visit Pueblo Alto for a panoramic view of the Chacoan world. Trip includes a visit to the gift shop and museum. Bring cameras, binoculars, and wear sturdy shoes. Register early, as enrollment is lim- ited. Fee includes transportation, guide, and a box Culture lunch. Course: 00563 $92 For: 1 session Section A: Sep 3 Sa 7:30am-7:30pmPlaying the Didgeridoo CE North BuildingPlay the didgeridoo for meditation and relaxation or to Ann Braswellastound your friends! This beginning to intermediate Encinal Pueblo, Nativity of Blessedclass will guide you through all aspects of playing the Virgin Mary Feast Day The Story of New Mexicodidgeridoo—from clarifying the drone to vocalizing, One of Laguna’s six villages, Encinal, will be celebrat-creating animal sounds, designing patterns, and tested, ing their Feast Day, the Nativity of Blessed Virgineffective ways to achieve two quite different types of Mary. Come to enjoy the dances, vendors and food!circular breathing. Practice didgeridoos are available— The name, Laguna, is Spanish (meaning lake) andor bring your own! A $25 fee payable to the instructor derives from the lake located on their reservation. Thecovers a step-by-step manual and Playing The real Keresan name of the tribe is Kawaik. Fee includesDidgeridoo, a DVD by Charles Eaton—player, teacher transportation and a box lunch.and maker of fine didgeridoos. Course: 00687 $89 For: 1 sessionCourse: 00353 $85 For: 4 sessions Section A: Sep 8 Th 9:00am-4:00pmSection A: Nov 7-28 M 7:00pm-8:30pm CE North BuildingCE South BuildingCharles EatonNew Mexico PoliticsOur speaker will explain the New Mexico political “ We absolutely love your one-day trips to differentprocess and provide an overview of the up-coming 30- parts of New Mexico, learning history as we go.day legislative session. Become well-informed about There is so much to know.”today’s issues and New Mexico politics! — Story of New Mexico studentCourse: 00715 $20 For: 1 sessionSection A: Nov 10 Th 1:00pm-3:00pmDel Webb at Alegria-BernalilloJoe MonahanOnline: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-0563 101
    • Crownpoint Rug Auction Hike El Malpais This is an unforgettable evening, whether or not you Explore the sandstone bluffs and lava flows south of are interested in purchasing. The Crownpoint Navajo Grants. Surrounded by millions of years of geologic Rug Auction is a significant monthly cultural event history, from the 200-million year-old sandstone held at an elementary school in Crownpoint. Here you formed by ancient seas, to the 3000 year-old lava that will see many traditional weavers and view exquisite borders the bluffs, we will visit a great house site dat- handmade Navajo rugs of all sizes, regional styles and ing to ca. A.D. 1050-1200, a petroglyph panel, and a prices. In addition to rugs, there is a large number of natural arch in one of the richest archaeological spots Native American crafts for sale, including jewelry, pot- in the southwest. This is a landscape filled with the his- tery, beadwork, and more. We’ll leave at 2:30pm, have tory of Native American, Spanish, and Anglo cultures. dinner in Grants, and then travel to Crownpoint. There are no specific trails to the base of the bluffs. There will be time to view the rugs before the auction Participants must be able to climb up and down short at 7:00pm. The bus will leave Crownpoint at portions of the bluffs. The Ranger Station has bath- 10:00pm, and return to Albuquerque at 12:00am. Fee rooms, a small museum, and a store. There are no includes tour guide and transportation. facilities at this site. Fee includes transportation, guide Course: 00269 $92 For: 1 session and a box lunch. Section A: Sep 9 F 2:30pm-12:00am Course: 00621 $92 For: 1 session CE North Building Section A: Sep 17 Sa 8:00am-6:00pm CE North Building Ann Braswell Ah Shi Sle Pah Badlands Hike Ah Shi Sle Pah is the hoodoo king of the nine San Juan Basin badlands. What it lacks in drama and bril- liant color combinations, it more than compensates for Travel in the sheer diversity and ingenuity of its countless nat- ural sculptures. This gigantic, otherworldly maze where monochromatic lunar wastelands merge with rust red Martian landscapes offers some of the most entertaining hiking in the solar system. Eighty millionCulture year old petrified trees hint at a fertile past when the last dinosaurs roamed a forested seaside river delta Milagro and Guadalupe Vineyards where salt water lagoons and fresh water swamps min- Handcrafted from vine to wine, Milagro Vineyards and gled. The badlands have produced over 200 fossil Winery in Corrales has evolved from a desire to make plant and animal species. The most remote and diffi- the best wine possible from traditional vinifera wine cult badland to find by car, it offers the easiest hiking grapes grown in New Mexico. Milagro has produced once you arrive. The hiking is cross country but open high quality wine since the first vineyard was planted to all ability and fitness levels. Trip involves 2.5 hourThe Story of New Mexico in 1985 by family and friends. Their wines are hand- drive one-way, and a 4-5 hour hike. Fee includes guide crafted in small quantities and aged in oak to produce and transportation. wines that showcase New Mexico terroir. Lucinda and Course: 00517 $85 For: 1 session Antonio Trujillo began planting vines in 2000, and Section A: Sep 18 Su 8:00am-6:00pm now Guadalupe Vineyards is producing several hun- CE North Building dred cases of Riesling per year. The crisp wine is pro- Michael Richie duced from a combination of the local springs from San Jose de la Cienega, volcanic soils of the San Mateo mountains and the bright New Mexican sun. Antonio will tell us about terroir, the history of grape growing in New Mexico, give us a tour of the vineyard, and teach us how to taste wine with the wine produced by Guadalupe Vineyards. You will enjoy this tour just outside of San Fidel, near Grants. Fee includes trans- portation, wine tasting and a box lunch, to be eaten in the yard of an unparalleled mosaic art gallery in the ghost town of San Fidel. Course: 00330 $92 For: 1 session Section A: Sep 10 Sa 8:00am-5:00pm CE North Building Anthony Trujillo and Rick Hobson 102 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-0563
    • Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad Tour This tour will take you on a trip through time. You’ll step into the frontier west, just as it was! The puffing of the steam engine, the shrill of the whistle, and the conductor’s call, “All aboard!” will all add to your experience. This train is a rare historic treasure. Experience what it must have been like in 1880, as the train traveled on North America’s highest and longest narrow gauge railroad. The ride has been chosen as one of the 20 best railway experiences in the world by the International Railway Travelers. This is a beautiful time of year to take this trip. Fee includes transporta- tion to and from Chama, overnight stay in Chama,Southwest Tour: Canyon de Chelly, train tickets, and a delicious lunch in Osier, CO.Monument Valley and More Course: 00049 $299 For: 2 sessionsEnjoy a wonderful Southwest tour. Canyon de Chelly Section A: Sep 30-Oct 1 FSa 8:00am-8:00amis one of the longest continuously inhabited landscapes CE North Buildingof North America. The cultural resources of Canyon El Rito Studio Tourde Chelly include distinctive architecture, artifacts, and A myriad of artists display their work at the annual Elrock imagery while exhibiting remarkable preservation Rito Studio Tour each year. Join us for the opportuni-integrity. Monument Valley provides perhaps the most ty to admire, window shop and buy! We will see pot-enduring and definitive images of the American West. tery, hand-forged iron works, hand-carved furniture,In addition, we will visit the Hubbell House Trading fine jewelry, tin work, both traditional and contempo-Post in Ganado, AZ, the Toadlena Trading Post in rary, post-expressionist landscapes and figures in oilnorthwestern New Mexico, and Gallup for its fine art and watercolor, fabric sculpture, quilts, and more! Feeand many trading posts. Fee includes guide, trans- includes transportation and a box lunch.portation, half-day jeep tours at Canyon de Chelly andMonument Valley, two nights lodging and entrance Course: 00349 $92 For: 1 sessionfees. Section A: Oct 1 Sa 8:00am-7:00pm CultureCourse: 00711 $465 For: 2 sessions CE North BuildingSection A: Sep 23-25 FSu 8:00am-8:00pm El Rancho de las Golindrinas Harvest FestivalCE North Building This is the most popular event at El Rancho de lasJohn Holverson Golindrinas. Celebrate by bringing in the harvest with the villagers, crushing grapes for wine by foot, watch-Paguate Village Feast Day ing burros grind sorghum to make molasses, andEnjoy the Harvest and Social Dances at the Village of stringing colorful chile ristras. Enjoy bizcochitos freshPaguate, one of the six villages that make up Laguna. from the horno and tortillas hot off the comal. Enjoy The Story of New MexicoThere will be food vendors and arts and crafts for sale music and dancing on the entertainment platform andon this special Feast Day of St. Elizabeth. Both Paraje buy arts and crafts directly from the artisans! Feeand Paguate grew out of summer Indian settlements of includes entrance fee and transportation.the Laguna Indians, which were temporary locations Course: 00440 $79 For: 1 sessionprior to 1870, but which have now become permanent Section A: Oct 2 Su 9:00am-4:00pmsettlements. It is named for Antonion Paguat, one ofthe four Mexicans from whom the Lagunas purchased CE North Buildingthe land subsequently known as Paguate Grant. Feeincludes transportation and a box lunch.Course: 00446 $92 For: 1 session “ I have super enjoyed the Story of New Mexico.Section A: Sep 26 Su 10:00am-4:00pm I pass along to my children and grandchildren myCE North Building 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 103
    • Balloon Museum Tour Visitors will learn about the history of ballooning, from its birth in 1783 to the present day. Hot air and gas balloons are used for exploring space, for adven- ture, are part of the history of warfare and espionage, and of course, they’re used for fun! Find out about instruments such as altimeters and aeronautic radios. Discover why weather conditions, topography, atmos- phere and altitude are important for getting balloons off the ground. Learn about aerial photography, stratospheric flight and record breaking parachute jumps. Discover how balloons were used in the Civil War, World War I and how the Japanese had balloon bombs in World War II. We will meet at the Museum for this rare behind the scenes tour and have the opportunity to view some unbelievable relics. Enrollment is limited. Entrance fee and lunch at the Mule Barn are included in the fee. Course: 00710 $64 For: 1 session Section A: Nov 4 F 9:00am-1:30pm Hiking and Digital Photography at Ghost Ranch CE North Building Celebrate the extraordinary beauty of Georgia Jerry Harper O’Keeffe Country with an overnight hiking and digital photography trip to Ghost Ranch, led by award win- Chaco Culture National Historical Park Travel ning digital photographer Lisa Tannenbaum. We’ll Chaco Canyon is known for its impressive stone struc- hike the Piedra Lumbre trail the first afternoon, taking tures, which were aligned nearly perfectly with the sea- full advantage of the autumn light, and choose from sonal skyward paths of the sun and moon. It was a amongst two other trails (Chimney Rock or Box major center of Puebloan culture between A.D. 850 to Canyon) the following morning. The focus while hik- 1250, when it was a hub of ceremony, trade andCulture ing will be upon those scenes that demand photo- administration for the prehistoric Four Corners area, graphic documentation and interpretation; the pace unlike anything before or since. The Chacoan sites are will be as slow and erratic as necessary to allow full dis- part of the homeland of Pueblo peoples of New covery of the treasures the available light and shadow Mexico, the Hopi of Arizona and the Navajo of the have in store for us. All are welcome (even if you don’t Southwest. Join this tour to see this amazing archaeo- want to take photos). Fee includes instruction in digi- logical wonder which attracts tourists from the entire tal photography, transportation, lodging and four world. Fee includes transportation, tour guide, and a meals at Ghost Ranch. box lunch.The Story of New Mexico Course: 00512 $325 For: 2 sessions Course: 00262 $92 For: 1 session Section A: Oct 8-9 SaSu 8:00am-6:00pm Section A: Nov 5 Sa 7:30am-7:30pm CE North Building CE North Building Lisa Tannenbaum Ann Braswell Pueblo Pintado Tour Explore Pueblo Pintado (painted town), a classic Chacoan outlying village located on an impressive Check the listing for each trip, for the registration promontory overlooking the Chaco Wash 15 miles deadline and minimum enrollment needed for the upstream from Chaco Canyon. Pueblo Pintado is a trip to go as scheduled. massive, three-tiered structure containing both house and plaza kivas and an isolated great kiva. The entire If a trip that you select is full, you may place your pueblo contains approximately 130 rooms. Ancient name on the waiting list. road segments with additional room blocks occur within close proximity to the ruin. All ruins are easily accessible. Wear sturdy shoes and bring your cameras. Please note: There are no facilities at this site. Fee includes a box lunch, guide and transportation. Course: 00663 $92 For: 1 session Section A: Oct 15 Sa 7:30am-7:30pm CE North Building Ann Braswell 104 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-0563
    • Festival of the Cranes This will be the 24th Annual Festival of the Cranes at Bosque del Apache near Socorro. This is the largest event held in Socorro County each year. Join us to watch the cranes and other birds with expert, Steve Cox. We’ll take in the Holiday Festival of the Cranes Crafts Show (located inside a historical 19th century opera house in Socorro) on the way to the Bosque, so come prepared to do some holiday shopping. Fee includes a box lunch, tour guide and transportation. Course: 00237 $92 For: 1 session Section A: Nov 19 Sa 8:00am-7:00pm CE North BuildingLybrook Badlands Advanced Hike Steve CoxThe Lybrook badlands drop 700 feet in three variegat-ed, intricately eroded stair steps. Substantial vertical Ojito Badlands Hikerelief and gothic buttes lend grandeur. Venerable At the basin’s southeastern edge, The Ojito Badlands’Juniper roots claw at naked cliff edges anchoring huge, countless natural sculptures and sweeping vistas aresinuous trunks flowing like the rippling strata from only part of the reason why it was designated aswhich they grow. Stunted bonsai ponderosa do Official Wilderness in 2005. Bonsai ponderosa pinespoignant combat against wind, drought, ice and light- and venerable, character laden juniper trees clinging toning bolts. Lybrook hoodoos feature aerodynamic bare rock add to the beauty. Weirdly shaped pinnacles,looking cap rocks so streamlined they seem ready to spires, and fins are sculpted from white, yellow, andtake flight. We will follow the intricately sculpted rim orange sandstone. They range from massive 40- foottracing long, narrow fingers of sandstone high above tall spires to tiny mushroom shapes only inches high.deep box canyons. Then we will descend to the Soaring, multi-hued mesas guard these natural sculp-canyon bottom and view a fantastic natural arch and ture gardens. This advanced hike will cover all the coremuch bigger trees. The moderately strenuous hiking is badlands formations plus little visited hoo doo gardenscross country, but open to all ability and fitness levels, and petrified wood caches farther afield. We will also Culturealthough some experience and physical endurance take several unique routes to vantage points few hikerswould be helpful. Vans will be provided. The pace see. In order to do it all the pace will be steady andallows for photographing the countless hoodoos and brisk with several steep ascents and descents overpicturesque trees. Trip involves a 2.5 hour one way rough, cross country terrain. Photographers will havedrive and a 4-5 hour hike. Fee includes guide and to shoot “on the run.” Participants need moderatetransportation. hiking experience and good physical endurance. Trip isCourse: 00619 $85 For: 1 session 1.5 hours driving one way, and 4-6 hours hiking. FeeSection A: Nov 6 Su 8:00am-6:00pm includes guide and transportation. The Story of New MexicoCE North Building Course: 00506 $85 For: 1 session Section A: Nov 20 Su 8:00am-6:00pmMichael Richie CE North BuildingJemez San Diego Feast Day Michael RichieThe Pueblo of Jemez, one of 19 Native AmericanPueblos in New Mexico, is home to approximately Winter Indian Market —2,700 people, nearly all of whom are Jemez tribal Southwestern Association for Indian Artsmembers and speak the Towa language. From their Join us for a great day with the Southwesternmigration to the Four Corners area in the 13th centu- Association for Indian Arts (SWAIA), for their Winterry and the first European contact in 1541, through the Indian Market, where 150-200 artists will display theirPueblo Revolt against the Spanish in 1680, and the fine art. Along with the art, we will have the opportu-resettlement and integration of the Pueblo of Pecos nity to purchase lunch from a local vendor, and enjoyinto the Pueblo of Jemez in 1838, the Pueblo of the music. Fee includes entrance fees and transporta-Jemez is prepared to build on its people’s strengths tion.and resources to move to a better future. On this spe- Course: 00712 $89 For: 1 sessioncial day we’ll enjoy the dances, art and food of the Section A: Nov 26 Sa 8:00am-5:00pmJemez Pueblo. Fee includes transportation and a box CE North Buildinglunch.Course: 00343 $92 For: 1 sessionSection A: Nov 12 Sa 9:30am-4:30pmCE North BuildingOnline: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-0563 105
    • Exploring the Bisti Badlands and Light Among the Ruins: Holiday Celebration the De Na Zin Wilderness Area The ruins of Giusewa Pueblo and San José de los The Bisti Badlands in northwestern New Mexico con- Jémez Mission Church will be decorated with hun- tain some of the most spectacular and bizarre geologic dreds of traditional luminarias. The evening’s program formations in the state. Gravity-defying hoodoos and will include traditional Native American flute music multihued shales give this lunar landscape a stunning and the performance of Jémez Pueblo dancers visual appeal. Similar geologic units and formations between two illuminating bon-fires. Enjoy free horse- decorate the adjoining De Na Zin wilderness area. Join drawn wagon rides from Jémez Springs Park to the geologist Kirt Kempter on a two-day exploration of Monument and holiday refreshments. Fee includes this unique corner of New Mexico, well off the beaten transportation and a box meal. tourist path. After departing Albuquerque we will Course: 00714 $89 For: 1 session spend Saturday afternoon hiking approximately 2.5 Section A: Dec 10 Sa 4:00pm-9:00pm miles through the badlands of De Na Zin, then travel- CE North Building ing north to Bloomfield to spend the night. Following breakfast on Sunday we depart for a several hour Gustave Baumann’s Marionettes exploration of the Bisti Badlands (hiking arppoximately German-born printmaker Gustave Baumann is best 4.5 miles) before returning to Albuquerque. known for his color woodcut prints of scenes of land- Participants should bring appropriate desert attire and scapes in Brown County, Indiana, as well as his adopt- water. Walking sticks recommended. Fee includes ed New Mexico. Less well known is the extraordinary transportation and guide. body of wooden marionettes he began carving in 1931 Course: 00684 $299 For: 2 sessions for his eight year old daughter, Ann. They were last Section A: Dec 2-3 FSa 8:00am-6:00pm played with in the 60s. Not only did he craft the sixty- CE North Building five marionettes, but wrote most of the plays that fea- tured them and showcased his often-comic sensibility. Kirt Kempter, PhD Travel The marionettes we will see in these two half hour Las Vegas Holiday Home Tour plays are fine reproductions. Come and enjoy this Las Vegas, New Mexico was established in 1835 after a wonderful holiday celebration! Fee includes brunch group of settlers received a land grant from the and travel. Mexican government. The town was laid out in the Course: 00568 $89 For: 1 sessionCulture traditional Spanish colonial style, with a central plaza Section A: Dec 18 Su 9:00am-4:00pm surrounded by buildings which could serve as fortifica- CE North Building tions in case of attack. Las Vegas soon prospered as a Mesa de Cuba Badlands Hike stop on the Santa Fe Trail. During the Mexican- American War in 1846, Stephen W. Kearny delivered This very open-ended route passes through continu- an address at the Plaza of Las Vegas claiming New ous, hoo doo filled badlands along the base of Mesa Mexico for the United States. Join us as we enjoy the De Cuba which stretches for 10 miles north and south Holiday Home Tour, delight in some charming along the west side of Cuba Village. The intricately Victorian homes and visit private residences to feast on eroded western walls tower abruptly 700 feet aboveThe Story of New Mexico the holiday ambiance and beautiful seasonal music. On the desert floor. Buttressing ridges carved into hoo this day we’ll also enjoy an art tour in residents’ doo towers alternate with deeply penetrating, branch- homes, and a guided tour around the town. There will ing dry washes. The hike resembles a visit to an exotic be time for holiday shopping and lunch at Charlie’s. city with winding lanes that pass countless bazaars and Fee includes home, town and art tour and travel. side alleyways filled with larger-than-life statues and Course: 00569 $85 For: 1 session lavishly decorated buildings. Petrified logs and house- sized boulders line the way. Perfectly round stones Section A: Dec 2 F 9:00am-8:00pm called iron concretions, some up to five feet across, lie CE North Building scattered like forgotten marbles. Actual hiking distance Winter Spanish Market in Santa Fe and time will vary depending on the group but 2-4 Find fabulous handcrafted holiday gifts at the 23rd miles and 3-5 miles will probably be the max. Hiking annual Winter Spanish Market, featuring traditional Difficulty (1-5): 2 (mostly level). Fee includes guide Spanish Colonial jewelry, pottery, textiles, tin work and transportation. and many other works by more than 100 Hispanic Course: 00508 $85 For: 1 session artists. Festivities include live music, entertainment and Section A: Dec 4 Su 8:00am-6:00pm food. Fee includes transportation and lunch. CE North Building Course: 00713 $89 For: 1 session Michael Richie Section A: Dec 3 Sa 8:00am-5:00pm CE North Building 106 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-0563
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    • Convenient Contact issued upon request. Growth & Enrichment classes are held in Information Albuquerque. We do offer classes on the For registration information, class avail- Westside. For more information, call ability, class cancellations or (505) 277-6320. UNM Continuing waiting lists, call (505) 277-0077. If you Education is a self-sustaining department. need information on course All courses have set minimums and deci- content, call (505) 277-6320. sions on course cancellations are made 2- Suggestions on any of the Growth & 3 days prior to the start date of each Enrichment Program courses are always class. Please don’t wait until the last Marie McGhee welcome! minute to register. Senior Program Manager Please write to: Tuition Remission Marie McGhee UNM Staff & Faculty: Yes, your tuition Phone (505) 277-6320 UNM Continuing Education remission may be applied towards MSC07 4030 Fax (505) 277-8975 1 University of New Mexico approved Health and Fitness courses. Please refer to the UNM Business Policy Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001 Email mmcghee@unm.edu 3700 at http://www.unm.edu/ We’re Here To Help ~ubppm/ubppmanual/3700.htm for Students requiring special accommoda- complete Tuition Remission policy infor- Marie McGhee has been with mation. It is the employee’s responsibility tions or students who have comments, UNM Continuing Education questions or suggestions should contact to monitor their use of Tuition Remission. since 2006, working with the Senior Program Manager, Please Note: IRS Regulations require that Custom Training and Marie McGhee. UNM is in tuition remission benefits used to register compliance with the Rehabilitation Act of for Health and Fitness courses listed Professional Development & 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities under the Personal Enrichment section of Skills before serving as the Act of 1990. this catalog, be included as taxable manager of the Growth & income and subject to withholding. G&E Courses Are Enrichment Program. Strongly For questions regarding the UNM Open to Everyone tuition remission benefit, call the believing that a core aspect of Registration is open to all adults (eight- benefits office at 505-277-MyHR. any university’s mission is to een years and older) regardless of edu- cational background. In some cases, bridge with the community,Growth & Enrichment classes are open to younger persons; this Marie loves the opportunity to exception is noted in the particular collaborate with Continuing course description. In all but a few cours- Education’s stellar roster of es, there are no examinations, transcripts, credits or grades, although certificates are instructors to develop and offer courses of interest and lifelong learning for the New Mexico Teach a Class With Us community. Marie’s own inter- Is there a specialty you’ve developed that no one else can do? Have you spent a ests in the arts, language acqui- lifetime of study on a favorite topic? Share the rewards of your knowledge with the sition, travel, and photography 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- have led her to take many ofBusiness Policies tion be mailed to you, stop by to pick one up from our receptionist, or download a the courses offered through the PDF from our website: dce.unm.edu. Growth & Enrichment Program, Application deadlines which has 200 instructors, over 10,000 students a year and Semester Turn in by over 50 locations throughout Spring 2012 August 1, 2011 Summer 2012 January 5, 2012 the Albuquerque area. Fall 2012 April 9, 2012 110
    • Personal Growth Relaxation Aquatics Enrichment Personal Yoga for Deep Relaxation . . . . . . . . . .123 Swimming: Level I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .130Health & Fitness Consumers Guide to Herbs and Other Swimming: Level II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .130Yoga for the Rest of Us . . . . . . . . . . . .115 Supplements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .123 Swimming: Level III . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .130Yoga Basics: The Fundamentals . . . . .115 Mother Infant Yoga . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .123 Swimming: Level IV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .130Becoming Your Own Health Advocate: Making Introduction to Reiki . . . . . . . . . . . . . .123 Swimming Conditioning . . . . . . . . . . .130 the Most of Your Five Minutes . . . . . . .115 Yoga Nidra: Deep Relaxation . . . . . . .124 Swimming: Parent/Child (6 mo-3 yrs)130Qigong . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .116 Therapeutic Massage . . . . . . . . . . . . .124 Swimming: Parent/Child (3-7 yrs) . . .131Feldenkrais Method: Awarness Through Massage Techniques for Caregivers . .124 Swimming for Children/ Movement Workshop . . . . . . . . . . .116 Understanding the Pain Experience . .124 Experienced Beginners . . . . . . . . . .131Ayurvedic Yoga Flow . . . . . . . . . . . . . .116 Integrated Amrita Meditation Technique-Yoga: Harmony in Body and Mind Connecting to Inner Peace & Joy . .124 Arts (Iyengar style) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .116 Meditation Workshop . . . . . . . . . . . . .125 Drawing on the Right SideWomen’s Yoga . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .116 Meditation: Breath Awareness & of the Brain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .131Yoga For Folks Over Fifty . . . . . . . . . . .117 Emotional Reflectance . . . . . . . . . . .125 The Artist’s Way - Part II . . . . . . . . . . .131Yoga for Menopause . . . . . . . . . . . . . .117 Going Vegan Without Going Nuts . . .125 Drawing on the Right SideRestorative Yoga . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .117 Thai Massage With Partners . . . . . . . .125 of the Brain Part II . . . . . . . . . . . . .132Yoga for Back Care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .117 Shiatsu Massage: Scalp, Face, Experimental Drawing andKundalini Yoga . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .117 Shoulders, & Feet . . . . . . . . . . . . . .125 Mixed Media . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .132Yoga for Endurance Athletes . . . . . . . .117 Self-Hypnosis for Change . . . . . . . . . .126 Drawing Graphite, Pencil,Pilates: Core Training . . . . . . . . . . . . . .118 Learn to Heal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .126 Pen and Ink . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .132Yoga for Lunch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .118 Life Journey Necklace . . . . . . . . . . . . .126 Portrait Drawing: Beginning . . . . . . . .132Pilates Ball Workout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .118 You Can Manifest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .126 Perspective Drawing . . . . . . . . . . . . . .132Pilates Reformer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .118 Life Drawing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .133 Home & Garden Figure Painting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .133Fitness Boxing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .118Train like a Fighter: Kickboxing . . . . . .118 Home Repair: Basic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .126 Painting with Acrylics . . . . . . . . . . . . . .133Introduction to Aikido . . . . . . . . . . . . .119 File Anything in Your Home . . . . . . . .126 Japanese Sumi-e Painting . . . . . . . . . .133Aikido for Self Defense . . . . . . . . . . . .119 Reduce Your Use, Your Impact, Pastels are Paint...Not Chalk . . . . . . . .133 and Save Money . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .127 Oil Painting with Pallet Knife . . . . . . . .134The Nia Technique . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .119T’ai Chi Chih®: Beginning . . . . . . . . . .119 Humanities A Painting A Day . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .134T’ai Chi Chih®: Intermediate . . . . . . . .119 The Rise and Fall of the Paint Without Numbers andWeight Lifting for Women . . . . . . . . . .120 Third Reich 1919-1945 . . . . . . . . .127 Color Outside the Lines . . . . . . . . .134Weight Lifting for Seniors . . . . . . . . . .120 For Book Lovers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .127 Paint the Fall Colors ofT’ai Chi Ch’uan - Traditional Yang Style Buddhism Basics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .127 New Mexico . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .134 Long Form: Beginners . . . . . . . . . . .120 Unlocking the Mysteries of Watercolor Techniques . . . . . . . . . . . .134 Growth & EnrichmentYoga Core Flow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .120 Chinese Culture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .127 Watercolor Painting: WildlifeYoga Basics 101 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .120 Sacred Poetry in East and West . . . . .127 & Landscape for Beginners . . . . . . .135Yoga for Chronic Conditions . . . . . . . .121 Tao and Zen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .127 Shibori: The Japanese ArtYoga: Beyond the Basics . . . . . . . . . . .121 Foreign Film Buffs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .128 of Fabric Dyeing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .135Yoga for the Emotions . . . . . . . . . . . . .121 Introduction to the Qabalah . . . . . . . .128 Expressive Color in Oil Pastels . . . . . .135Yoga for Weight Loss . . . . . . . . . . . . . .121 Contemporary Dynamics of Expressive Color in Oil PastelPrenatal Yoga . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .121 Constitutional Law . . . . . . . . . . . . . .128 Advanced . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .135Yoga: Release and Recenter . . . . . . . .121 Heresy in the Western Religious Beginning Landscape Oil Painting . . .135Yoga, Breath and Pranayama . . . . . . .122 Traditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .128 The Art of Mixing Colors:Gentle Chair Yoga . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .122 2012: Predictions, Prophecies & An Introduction to Painting . . . . . . .136Introduction to Senior Strength and Possibilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .128 Modeling the Head In Clay . . . . . . . . .136 Balance Training . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .122 Raku Fired Handbuilt Pottery . . . . . . .136 Reading & Writing Table of ContentsZumba® Aerobic Dance . . . . . . . . . . . .122 Trial by Fire: Soda, Gas, An Illustrated Life . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .129 Electric and Raku Firing . . . . . . . . . .136Salsaerobics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .122 Poetry Workshop-(not-so-traditional) Intermediate Landscape Oil Painting .136Tennis: Beginning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .122 Poetic Forms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .129 Contemporary Clay Sculpture . . . . . . .137Tennis: Intermediate . . . . . . . . . . . . . .123 Journal For Creativity and More . . . . .129 Stoneware and Raku Pottery: Writes of Passage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .129 Beginning to Advanced . . . . . . . . . .137 Walk, Look and Write . . . . . . . . . . . . . .129 Beginning Jewelry/Metals . . . . . . . . . .137 Continuing Jewelry/Metals . . . . . . . . .137Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-6320 111
    • Visions Collage Workshop . . . . . . . . . .138 Make Your Own Vintage Beginning Piano . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .154 The Art of the Beeswax Collage . . . . .138 Typewriter Key Bracelet . . . . . . . . . .146 Beginning Piano 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .154 Mosaic with Vintage China Creative Wire Rings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .146 Group Piano 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .154 and Found Objects . . . . . . . . . . . . .138 Polyform Bead Techniques Beginning 146 Piano Second Time Around . . . . . . . .154 The Art of Papermaking . . . . . . . . . . .138 Creative Wire Wrapping: Basic Circle .146 Celtic Slow Session: Exploring the Resin...For the Fun Of It . . . . . . . . . . .138 Creative Wire Wrapping: Coiling . . . . .146 World of Celtic Music . . . . . . . . . . .154 Autumn Colors Walking and Creative Wire Wrapping: Flat Spiral . .146 Tango . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .155 Sketching Tour . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .139 Creative Wire Wrapping: Ballroom Dance: I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .155 Life Journey: A Cretive Memoir . . . . .139 Earring Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .147 Dancing for Fun and Physique . . . . . .155 Re-Imagining Our Lives and Ourselves .139 Lovely Pins from Vintage Tins . . . . . . .147 Belly Dance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .155 Cut, Pierce, Sew and Suspend Beginning Ballet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .155 Bonne Cuisine with Metal and Found Objects! . . .147 Country Western Dance . . . . . . . . . . .156 The Art of Baking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .139 Basket Weaving: Halloween L.A. Style Salsa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .156 Breakfast For Dinner . . . . . . . . . . . . . .139 Beggars Bowl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .147 HOT! HOT!! HOT!!! Salsa . . . . . . . . . . .156 Extreme Chocolate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .139 Bath Bombs & Fairy Dust . . . . . . . . . .147 Nightclub Dancing: Beginning . . . . . .156 Soup: From Stock to Finish . . . . . . . . .140 The Pampered Lady . . . . . . . . . . . . . .147 Fundamental Country Western Dance 156 Woking In America: Chinese Cooking 140 Body Products Made at Home I . . . . .148 West Coast Swing and Blues . . . . . . .156 Cooking With Seasonal Products . . . .140 Body Products Made at Home II . . . .148 So You Think You Are Funny? . . . . . . .157 New Ways With the Same Old Bird . .140 Herbal Soapmaking—Cold Process . . .148 Singing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .157 Mysteries of Fish Cooking . . . . . . . . . .140 Herbal Hair Coloring . . . . . . . . . . . . . .148 Singing for Those Who Can’t Sing . . .157 French Bistro Cooking . . . . . . . . . . . . .140 Silver Jewelry Using Metal Clay . . . . .148 Singing Just For Fun . . . . . . . . . . . . . .157 Quick and Easy Cooking . . . . . . . . . . .140 Stained Glass: Beginning . . . . . . . . . .148 Practice Band . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .157 Northern Italian Cuisine . . . . . . . . . . .140 Introduction to Glass Fusing . . . . . . . .149 University Chorus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .157 Paella Valenciana . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .141 Scrapbooking 101 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .149 Mediterranean Table . . . . . . . . . . . . .141 Photography Rubber Stamping 101 . . . . . . . . . . . . .149 Dinners in a Hurry: Chinese Cooking .141 Stamping Techniques—Advanced . . . .149 Art and the Photography of Contemporary Southwest . . . . . . . . . .141 Glass Fusing Beyond the Basics . . . . .149 Thomas Merton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .157 A Kaleidoscope of Cookies . . . . . . . . .141 Early New Mexico Punched Tin Work 149 Potpourri Grains, Beans, Rice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .141 Quilting 101 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .149 Winter Birds of Bosque del Apache . .158 Exploring the Cuisine of India . . . . . . .141 Quilting for the Confident Beginner . .150 Pet Behavior Issues: Cats . . . . . . . . . .158 Wine Appreciation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .142 Sewing: Beginning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .150 Travvy Savvy — Travel Smart . . . . . . . .158 Vegetarian Feast . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .142 Crochet: A Beginning Course . . . . . . .150 New Mexico Red or Green . . . . . . . . .142 Westside Knitting: Beginning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .150 Cooking 101 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .142 Knitting Your Own Socks . . . . . . . . . . .150 HOT! HOT!! HOT!!! Salsa . . . . . . . . . . .156 A Repertoire of Sauces . . . . . . . . . . . .142 Knitting: Fingerless Gloves and Scarf .150 Fundamental Country Western Dance 156 Culinary Tour of Italy . . . . . . . . . . . . .142 Intro to Garment Sewing . . . . . . . . . .151 Youth Low Fat and Luscious . . . . . . . . . . . . .143 Gluten Free Baking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .143 Leisure Time Activities Moms and Daughters in Partnership Hands on Auto Repair . . . . . . . . . . . . .151 Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .159 Tapas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .143 Bicycle Repair: Santa Fe Saturday Adventures Six Ingredients or Less . . . . . . . . . . . .143Growth & Enrichment Park Tool Mechanic 101 . . . . . . . . .151 (ages 10-14) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .159 Pressure Cooking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .143 Belen Saturday Adventure Cooking on a Budget . . . . . . . . . . . . .143 Golf I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .151 (ages 10-14) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .159 Spices and Rubs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .143 Golf II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .151 Kid Chefs in Action (ages 9-14) . . . .159 Cuisine in 30 Minutes or Less . . . . . .144 Horseback Riding: Beginning . . . . . . .151 Tae Kwon Do for Children Horseback Riding: Intermediate . . . . .152 Communication Rock Climbing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .152 (ages 6-12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .159 Loving What Is: The Work of Tae Kwon Do/Self-Defense for Teens High Ropes Confidence Course for Byron Katie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .144 (ages 13-17) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .160 Women and Men . . . . . . . . . . . . . .152 Mindful Living . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .144 Tween/Teen Yoga (ages 12-17) . . . .160 Topo Map and Compass for the The Laughter Workshop . . . . . . . . . . .144 Parent and Toddler Yoga Wilderness Hiker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .152 (ages 2-5 with parent) . . . . . . . . . .160 Finding Your Way to Happiness . . . . .144 An Introduction to Hiking in Beginning Teen Jazz Dance Say Yes! To Life . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .145 New Mexico . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .152Table of Contents (ages 12-17) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .160 Want to Adopt? Here’s How! . . . . . . .145 Music, Dance & Theatre Creative Movement for Preschoolers The Enneagram I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .145 Acoustic Guitar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .153 (ages 3-6) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .160 Your Dreams Talk To You . . . . . . . . . .145 Guitar: Beginning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .153 Beginning Ballet (ages 7-11) . . . . . . .161 The Meaning of Life . . . . . . . . . . . . . .145 Guitar: Beginning II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .153 Beginning Jazz Dance (ages 7-11) . .161 Crafts & Hobbies Harmonica for Beginners . . . . . . . . . .153 Beaded Earring Workshop . . . . . . . . .145 Introduction to Folk Harp . . . . . . . . . .153 Bead Stringing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .146 Beginning Folk Harp I . . . . . . . . . . . . .153 Mountain Dulcimer: Beginning . . . . . .154 112 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) 1619 San Pedro NEFarfesha Studios (between San Pedro & Constitution)9577 Osuna NE (Just west of Eubank) Studio PizazzGood Samaritan Society Manzano Del Sol Village 4111 Louisiana Blvd. NE5201 Roma Ave. NE (San Mateo & Lomas Studio SwayHancock Fabrics 105 Jefferson St. NE (near Washington & Central in Nob Hill) Location Guide3157 San Mateo Blvd NE (between Comanche and T’ai Chi Chih CenterCandelaria on San Mateo) 3107 Eubank NE, Ste. 19Hayes Middle School (SW corner of Scottsdale Village)1100 Texas NE (Wyoming and Lomas) Wellspring Center for YogaHealing Gate 5500 San Mateo NE, #103 (east side of San Mateo before3212 Monte Vista NE Academy)High Desert Yoga— Nob Hill4600 Copper NE (corner of Copper & Jefferson)Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-6320 113
    • Northwest Private Studios AAA Solar Aragon Studio 2021 Zearing NW (Rio Grande and I-40) 421-Broadway SE (NW Corner of Broadway and Coal) Canine Country Club Berrenberg Office 7327 4th St. NW (one mile north of Osuna) 3876 Masthead NE (Jefferson and Masthead) Jan’s on 4th Cooley Home 10004 4th Street NW (North of Alameda) 608 Val Verde SE (Washington and Lead) Ladera Golf Course Diener Studio 3401 Ladera Drive NW (Sequoia and Unser) 500 2nd Street SW (corner of Coal & 2nd) Music Magic Studio Feher Office 2113 Charleviox St. NW (Romer & Charleviox in Old Town) 5800 McLoed NE, Ste. E (east of San Mateo, north of Park Fine Art Gallery Montgomery) 20 First Galleria Plaza #65 (2nd & Copper next to Forrester Studio Convention Center) 418 Arno St. SE, Apt. B (Coal and Broadway) Quilts Olé Johnson Office 3923 Corrales Rd (West on Alameda north on 1709 Moon NE (Near Moon & Indian School) Corrales Rd.) Kostranchuk Office Rio Grande Nature Center 1400 Carlisle Blvd NE, Ste. B 2901 Candelaria Rd. NW (Candelaria west of Rio Grande) (SE corner of Carlisle & Constitution) Spiritual Renewal Center Lerma Studio 6400 Coors Blvd. NW 10101 2nd St. NW (north of Alameda) Taft Middle School Sailer Studio 620 Schulte Rd. NW (one block north of 4th & Osuna 8401 Dunhill SW (Bridge & Unser) intersection) Segara Residence Tierra Madre School 7813 Indian School Rd. NE (between Wyoming & 1700 Atrisco NW (Atrisco & Iliff) Pennsylvania) Streett Studio Southeast 1675 Murray Loop (Bosque Farms) Cosmos Tapas Restaurant Sturges Studio 4200 Central Ave SE 346 Tyler Rd. NW (Just west of Washington on Central) Westside and Rio Rancho Locations Double Time Dance Studio 112 Morningside SE (Central & Morningside) Canine Country Club 4201 Marna Lynn NW (west on Paseo, right on Eagle Highland High School Pool Ranch, left on Paradise to Marna Lynn) 4700 Coal SE (San Mateo & Zuni) Dance Emporium Manzano Mesa Multigenerational Center 1550 Stephanie, Suite 101 501 Elizabeth SE (Eubank & Southern south of Central) First Baptist Church Maple Street Dance Space 3906 19th Ave. SE (NM 528 & 19th)Growth & Enrichment 111 Maple St. SE (off of Central behind Kanajian Rugs) Rio Rancho High School Puerto Del Sol Golf Course 301 Loma Colorado NE (NM 528 north to 1800 Girard SE (Girard & Gibson) High Resort Blvd. west to Loma Colorado) Santa Ana Golf Club Southwest 288 Prairie Star Rd. (Bernalillo) 3rd Street Arts UNM West 711 3rd St. SW 2600 College Blvd. (King Road & Unser) UNM Championship Golf Course (south on 1-25, exit east on Rio Bravo) Mudfish Pottery 2281 Wilbur SW (west on Bridge past Sunset to Tapia) East Mountain LocationsLocation Guide McFarland Studio 46 Piñon Heights (Sandia Park) Mountain Meadow Neighborhood Garden 242 Piñon Trail (Cedar Crest) Studio Yantra (Tijeras) 114 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-6320
    • Yoga Basics: The Fundamentals A thorough introduction for the student new to Yoga. Preparatory and primary poses will be introduced withHealth & Fitness a focus on building strength, flexibility, balance and bodily awareness. Yoga terminology, plus the use of props is explained and time is allowed for questions. UNM Employees: The pace and approach of the class is mindful and gen- You may use your tuition remission benefit for tle. By the end of this course, the student is ready to all classes listed in the Health and Fitness enter Level One Yoga classes with confidence. section. For complete Tuition Remission Course: 06453 $85 For: 8 sessions policy information please contact the benefits Section A: Sep 3-Oct 22 Sa 11:30am-12:45pm office at (505) 277-MyHR. High Desert Yoga - Nob Hill Katja LautersteinYoga for the Rest of Us Becoming Your Own Health Advocate:Take a deep breath. Close your eyes and take another. Making the Most of Your Five MinutesTry one more, in through your nose, out through Learn to survive in our rapidly changing health careyour mouth. Do you feel refreshed? That energy that system, by developing strategies to be a strong advo-revitalizes us when we’ve done well for our bodies, cate for yourself or loved one. Have you been to aand the accompanying peace it brings, is the essence of health care provider recently and left feeling that youryoga. And lucky for you, if you can breathe, you can problem was not thoroughly addressed, or that yourdo yoga. Yoga is for everybody. Whether you are new questions were not answered, or that you and yourto yoga, have practiced before, or practice now-take provider were “talking past” one another? Understandthis time for yourself to de-stress, energize, and lose what you need to know to get the most from yourweight, in this gentle relaxing yoga experience. All lev- visit, from making an appointment, to records youels welcome. Gloria currently holds a 500-hour yoga need to take with you, to how to ask questions to getcertification with Yoga Alliance and Kripalu Yoga the answers you are seeking, through obtainingCenter. She is known for the intuition, empathy and records and organizing your personal files. Tab sets forcompassion she brings to her role as a yoga instructor, organizing records will be available for purchase forand is especially gifted in working with beginners. $10 at the class (optional).Course: 06450 $70 For: 8 sessions Course: 06455 $50 For: 2 sessions Growth & EnrichmentSection A: Oct 10-Nov 28 M 12:00pm-1:00pm Section A: Sep 20-22 TTh 1:00pm-3:00pmA Time to Relax CE South BuildingGloria Drayer, Certified Yoga Teacher Susan Brandt Graham, MD, PhD 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. Health & FitnessOnline: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-6320 115
    • Qigong Ayurvedic Yoga Flow Pronounced chee-gong, “Qi” means energy. Using pre- Ayurveda is a timeless system of healing that states cise, slow movements with breathing, we practice every individual is unique, being composed of the Five working with energy and intention. With regular home Elements: Earth, Air, Wind, Fire and Space. Earth practice, students experience self-confidence and the builds our muscles and stabilizes our mind-thoughts; benefits of improved circulation, better immunity and Water provides lubrication giving us flexibility in those more stamina in daily life. Qigong helps us to find a challenging poses; Fire sharpens our intellect and gives path of gratitude and vitality. The instructor has the heat necessary to cleanse the toxins in our body; worked with energy healing for over two decades. Air provides us with movement and joy through our Beginners are welcome. Discover the grace that comes practice; and Ether, through meditation and sound, with self-acceptance and connection to our true connects us to our inner self of wisdom. love and com- source. passion. The first 5 weeks will focus on individual ele- Course: 06456 $80 For: 8 sessions ments in order of Earth, Water, Fire, Air and Ether. Section A: Sep 28-Nov 16 W 1:00pm-2:00pm The last 2 weeks you will go deeper into which ele- Good Samaritan Society Manzano del Sol Village ments reside the most within you creating your Bruce Zagor Prakriti — unique individual constitution, and which elements in your Yoga practice to use to keep your Feldenkrais Method: constitution in balance. Awareness Through Movement Workshop Course: 06458 $84 For: 7 sessions This holistic approach to learning was developed by Section A: Oct 8-Nov 19 Sa 10:00am-11:30am Israeli physicist, martial artist and educator, Dr. Moshe Body Balance Yoga Feldenkrais. The method uses movement to provide Easter Bonnifield new information directly to your nervous system. Verbally directed, gentle exercises will be used to guide Yoga: Harmony in Body and Mind (Iyengar style) participants through a series of exploratory lessons that Experience the vitality and relaxation that result from emphasize personal awareness while increasing move- the practice of Yoga. This series of classes will offer a ment vocabulary. These gentle exercises can facilitate creative approach to the basic Yoga asanas (poses) greater ease of movement, improve posture and coor- exploring the interplay between body, breath, and dination, increase flexibility and relieve physical dis- mind. Benefits include increased strength and stability, comfort and pain. The lessons are done in a nurturing, greater vitality and freedom from limitations in body supportive environment with students usually lying on and mind. Classes are appropriate for beginners and the floor. This workshop will be enjoyed by newcom- continuing students and are taught in the Iyengar style ers and experienced students alike. Note: Please wear — combining precise alignment and modifications for loose, comfortable clothing and bring one or more individual needs with lightness and humor. blankets to provide necessary padding. Course: 06459 $105 For: 12 sessions Course: 06457 $80 For: 1 session Section A: Sep 8-Dec 1 Th 9:30am-11:00am Section A: Sep 18 Su 1:30pm-5:30pm Note: Class will not meet on Nov 24. Studio Sway Section B: Sep 12-Nov 28 M 6:00pm-7:30pm Mary Ann Thomson, Teacher, performer, Feldenkrais Wellspring Center for YogaGrowth & Enrichment practitioner, Instructor for UNM PE Dept. Herb McDonald, Certified Iyengar Yoga Instructor Women’s Yoga The hard-working modern woman deserves a break — a time to connect within, bring health, energy, and relaxation to the body, clarify and calm the mind, and remember the joy of being alive. Women’s yoga is a sacred time in your busy life, a time to join together and nurture on the deepest level. Focused, in-depth yoga practice, using alignment, anatomy, breath aware- ness, and intention, will nurture you on every level. Whether new to yoga or experienced, sisters, daugh-Health & Fitness ters, mothers, and grandmothers can enjoy the many benefits of yoga in this fun, active, safe, rejuvenating class. Course: 06460 $130 For: 10 sessions Section A: Sep 7-Nov 9 W 4:00pm-5:30pm High Desert Yoga - Nob Hill Jude Rowe 116 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-6320
    • Yoga For Folks Over Fifty Yoga for Back CareIt’s never too late and you are not too old or stiff to Much of our back stress arises from our sedentarybegin to explore the wonders and benefits of Yoga lifestyles. Do you drive or sit for hours on end? Orpractice. This series of classes will be geared to the perhaps you have a strenuous workload. Yoga posturesolder 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 musclesproverbial midlife crisis, you will discover how to use enhances alignment, which results in greater stabilitycommonly available props and postures to help allevi- while gentle twists and supported forward bendsate these conditions and begin to reverse the aging lengthen shortened muscles. Mobilizing the shoulderprocess. So if you are 50+ or merely feel like you’ve girdle and softening around the heart allows you tolived half a century, open up to the best years of your breath more deeply and further releases you from thelife with Yoga! Not a medical class - call instructor to grip of tension. Join us for an exploration of the spinediscuss any serious condition before signing up. and the muscles that hold us up, not back! If you have any existing medical condition, you must provideCourse: 06461 $105 For: 6 sessions physician approval to take this class. Required Text:Section A: Sep 8-Oct 13 Th 4:00pm-5:15pm Runner’s World Yoga Book, Couch (available at HighSection B: Oct 20-Dec 1 Th 4:00pm-5:15pm Desert Yoga)Note: This class will not meet on November 24th.High Desert Yoga - Nob Hill Course: 06464 $130 For: 8 sessions Section A: Aug 22-Oct 17 M 4:00pm-5:15pmJudy Mortellaro This class will not meet on Sep 5.Yoga for Menopause High Desert Yoga - Nob HillThis class will address the issues of menopause from Supritithe yogic perspective. You will learn ways to better Kundalini Yogahandle hot flashes, memory disturbance, depression,insomnia, mood swings, weight gain, bone density All levels welcome. Feel the magic of tapping into yourissues, hormonal balance and more. Menopause is a own eternal flow of power. Kundalini Yoga is designednatural life transition. In class we will explore ways that to give you a “hands-on” experience of your highestthe yoga asanas (poses), breath work, and other tech- consciousness. It teaches a method by which you canniques can enable us to pass through this process achieve the sacred purpose of your life. Work withmindfully, with less stress and more joy. Appropriate breath, postures, and movement. Experience self-heal-for all levels of yoga experience. ing, a stronger nervous system, manage your moods,Course: 06462 $90 For: 6 sessions balance your chakras and increase your flexibility. This is Kundalini as taught by Yogi Bhajan.Section A: Nov 12-Dec 17 Sa 2:15pm-3:45pmNew Heart Center for Wellness Course: 06466 $105 For: 8 sessions Section A: Sep 10-Oct 29 Sa 7:00am-8:30amPatsy Gaetano, Yoga Instructor High Desert Yoga - Nob HillRestorative Yoga Dev Saroop Singh KhalsaUsing fully supported, long-held yoga postures com- Yoga for Endurance Athletesbined with guided relaxation, we will explore the inner Growth & Enrichmentuniverse of the mind and body. Restorative yoga can Most of our athletic activities involve one-dimensionalbe used to help heal, let go of emotions, release the or repetitive movements that repeatedly overtax certainnervous system, nourish the inner organs, calm the muscle groups while underutilizing others. Evenmind, reduce anxiety and insomnia, and induce a med- though an athlete is strong, there will exist instability,itative state. This class is beneficial for those with phys- imbalance and tightness in muscles and joints. When aical challenges as well as seasoned students wanting to yoga program is integrated into training, these issuesdeepen their inner experience of yoga. are addressed resulting in greater ease, less injury andCourse: 06463 $95 For: 12 sessions improved performance. This yoga class will build endurance and strength, bring flexibility to chronicallySection A: Sep 11-Nov 27 Su 12:30pm-2:00pm tight muscles, increase mobility, stabilization and align-Section B: Sep 14-Nov 30 W 6:00pm-7:30pm ment in joints, and increase lung capacity throughNew Heart Center for Wellness learning full diaphragmatic breathing. This class willPatsy Gaetano, Yoga Instructor Health & Fitness also deepen the athletes mind-body connection increasing body awareness, relaxation and focus during UNM Employees: athletic practice and competition. You may use your tuition remission benefit Course: 06470 $130 For: 6 sessions for all classes listed in the Health and Section A: Oct 17-Nov 21 M 7:15pm-8:30pm Fitness section. For complete Tuition High Desert Yoga - Nob Hill Remission policy information please contact Heatherlee Farrell the benefits office at (505) 277-MyHR.Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-6320 117
    • Pilates: Core Training size the mind-body connection. If you have a health Learn the principles of the Pilates Method, emphasiz- condition you must bring a physician’s approval. This ing lower back health and core strength. The exercises class is limited to 5 students. taught in this course are designed to improve posture, Course: 06476 $300 For: 8 sessions body awareness, core strength, and stability. All exer- Section A: Aug 18-Oct 6 Th 2:00pm-3:30pm cises will be performed in a controlled manner and Section B: Aug 23-Oct 11 T 2:00pm-3:30pm with proper breathing technique in order to emphasize Section C: Oct 13-Dec 8 Th 2:00pm-3:30pm the mind-body connection. Exercises in this course Note: Class will not meet on Nov 24. will be performed on the mat. If you have any health Section D: Oct 18-Dec 13 T 2:00pm-3:30pm conditions, you must bring a physician’s approval to Note: Class will not meet on Nov 22. the first class. Note: Students should bring their own Shedden Pilates mat to the first class or they can purchase one from Mariana Shedden, PhD the studio for $25. Course: 06473 $150 For: 10 sessions Fitness Boxing Section A: Sep 12-Nov 14 M 7:00pm-8:30pm Discover your personal power, to have fun, and to get Section B: Sep 14-Nov 16 W 7:00pm-8:30pm a great aerobic workout. Why boxing? Boxing training Section C: Sep 16-Nov 18 F 6:30pm-8:00pm deals with the body in an integrated way that involves Section D: Sep 18-Nov 20 Su 2:00pm-3:30pm balance, strength, timing, and flexibility. In a world Shedden Pilates that often feels chaotic, boxing training lets you assert your will in a safe environment. It also promotes emo- Mariana Shedden, PhD tional calm because it’s such a great stress reliever. Yoga for Lunch Reap the benefits of boxing exercise without getting Yoga during your lunch hour is an invigorating way to hit or hurt. Get in shape and have fun while you learn restore energy, calm your mind and eliminate those the basics of punching, foot work and working out afternoon blahs. A mixture of yoga styles is used to with the bags. Bring gym clothes and towel. You can combine strengthening with relaxation. This class will purchase your own boxing gloves and professional bring peace, positivity and help people slow down and hand wraps for women and men at the school. Tony find calm power. Rosales has over 30 years of boxing and training expe- Course: 06474 $100 For: 8 sessions rience, as well as being a certified Professional Boxing Section A: Sept 19-Nov 7 M 12:15pm-1:15pm Referee. Section B: Sept 21-Nov 9 W 12:15pm-1:15pm Course: 06477 $110 For: 10 sessions Both Sections: High Desert Yoga - Nob Hill Section A: Sep 10-Nov 12 Sa 9:00am-10:00am Rosales Karate & Kickboxing Academy Heatherlee Farrell Tony Rosales Pilates Ball Workout Train like a Fighter: Kickboxing Learn a variety of Pilates exercises adapted to be per- formed on the ball. Performance of the exercises will Learn how to kickbox and punch and get a great result in improved core strength, flexibility, balance, workout at the same time! You will develop self-confi- and coordination. Note: Students should bring their dence as you learn essential kickboxing techniques in aGrowth & Enrichment own ball to class or purchase one at the studio at the supportive, safe class environment. We will train with first class for $25. heavy bags, speed bags and kickboxing pads. This may be the most fun workout you’ve ever tried. Come on Course: 06475 $150 For: 10 sessions time to wrap your hands and warm up. Bring gym Section A: Sep 17-Nov 19 Sa 2:00pm-3:30pm clothes and towel. You can purchase your own boxing Shedden Pilates gloves and professional hand wraps for women and Mariana Shedden, PhD men at the school. Tony Rosales has over 30 years of Pilates Reformer martial arts and kick boxing experience; and holds the Learn a contemporary approach to the Reformer exer- rank of Professor Eighth Degree Black Belt; as well as cise repertoire created by Joseph H. Pilates. The exer- being the New Mexico representative for the cises in this course are designed to improve posture, International Kickboxing Federation, the MTA and body awareness, core strength, and stability. All exer- WKA.Health & Fitness cises will be performed in a controlled manner and Course: 06478 $110 For: 10 sessions with proper breathing techniques in order to empha- Section A: Sep 6-Nov 8 T 6:00pm-7:00pm Rosales Karate & Kickboxing Academy Tony Rosales 118 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-6320
    • Introduction to Aikido T’ai Chi Chih®: BeginningAikido is a Martial Art from Japan and means “the way T’ai Chi Chih® - Serenity in Activity, is a series of 19of harmony with the principle and force of nature.” movements and one pose which were originated byLearn the basic fundamentals of body movement, the T’ai Chi Master, Justin Stone. The new technique,technique and the philosophy of Aikido. Most practice T’ai Chi Chih, does not have the martial arts, selfis done with a partner; each works at his or her level of defense influence. T’ai Chi Chih can be easily learnedability, alternating as uke (the attacker) and nage (the in a short eight week period, with benefits usuallyone who receives the attack). Both roles are stressed; beginning from the first class. The purpose of T’ai Chieach contributes skills that enhance overall sensitivity Chih is to circulate the vital force and balance the Yin-and control. The final aim of Aikido is personal trans- Yang of this Intrinsic Energy. The practitioner usuallyformation, it is a discipline for perfecting the spirit becomes relaxed, as well as energized, in a gentle man-which allows for the creation of integrated human ner. As the individual becomes calm and balanced, abeings. Practice uniform is included in the fee. new understanding and perspective are formed, deci-Course: 06480 $125 For: 16 sessions sions are easier to make, and a new relationship to lifeSection A: Sep 30-Nov 19 F 5:45pm-6:30pm is established. Greater longevity is a definite goal of Sa 10:45am-11:45am such Chi Kung (balancing of the Chi) activity. T’ai ChiAikido of Albuquerque Chih is beautiful, joyous, and easy to learn. It isPhilip Vargas known as Joy Thru Movement. To be appreciated, it must be experienced.Aikido for Self Defense Course: 06487 $90 For: 8 sessionsAikido is a Martial Art form from Japan and means the Section A: Sep 20-Nov 8 T 5:30pm-7:00pmway of harmony with the principle and force of nature. T’ai Chi Chih CenterLearn to defend yourself using the principles of non- Carmen Brocklehurst, Accredited T’ai Chi Chihresistance from a former Gang Enforcement Officer. InstructorThis course will be focused on practical Aikido tech-niques designed for self protection. Since techniques T’ai Chi Chih®: Intermediatedo not rely on blunt force, Aikido can be effectively T’ai Chi Chih® is more than the mere movement oflearned and practiced by men and women of all ages, hands and feet. Intermediate T’ai Chi Chih helps thesizes and athletic ability levels. Added benefits include, student develop a new awareness of the basic move-improved self confidence, core strength, cardiovascular ments learned in the beginning class. Through empha-endurance and a more flexible body and mind. sis of specific points such as, openness of the upperParticipants will also learn how to fall and roll safely. body, movement from the waist, quietness of the bodyThis course is for everyone 13 years old and older. while in motion, staying with the basic movements,Practice uniform is included in the fee. and full extension of the arms and legs withoutCourse: 06481 $165 For: 20 sessions becoming stiff, the student begins to feel a more con-Section A: Sep 12-Nov 16 MW 6:45pm-7:45pm tinual flow of re-energizing, revitalizing, stress reduc-Aikido of Albuquerque ing chi throughout the body. The underlying philoso-Philip Vargas phy of YIN and YANG will also be explored. Students will realize how our lives are constantly seeking bal-The Nia Technique Growth & Enrichment ance. Through this new perception of what balance is,The Nia Technique is a fun, energetic holistic program practitioners will find that they have the ability tothat provides fitness for the body, the mind, the emo- experience a richer, happier and more fulfilling life.tions and the spirit. It is a blend of martial arts, dance This class is perfect for those who appreciate thearts and body integration therapies (Tai Chi, Tae increased energy that is felt from group practice of T’aiKwon Do, Aikido, Jazz, Modern Dance, Duncan Chi Chih.Dance, Yoga, Alexander Technique, and Feldenkrais). Course: 06488 $90 For: 8 sessionsDone in bare feet, our dance relaxes the body and Section A: Sep 22-Nov 10 Th 5:30pm-7:30pmincreases strength, stamina, and flexibility. Simple cho- T’ai Chi Chih Centerreography and beautiful music encourage new ways of Carmen Brocklehurst, Accredited T’ai Chi Chihmoving that allow for creativity and self-expression. InstructorVisualization and focus on sensation create grace and Health & Fitnessgreater self-awareness. Nia is adaptable for any fitnesslevel. Come experience the joy and pleasure of move-ment.Course: 06483 $95 For: 8 sessionsSection A: Aug 22-Oct 17 M 5:30pm-6:30pmNote: Class will not meet on Sep 5.Section B: Aug 24-Oct 12 W 9:30am-10:30amStudio PizazKathleen Fuchs, BA is a certified NIA InstructorOnline: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-6320 119
    • Weight Lifting for Women In Pursuit of Prana: Yoga, Nature & Food Specifically for women, this popular class began in These days many people enjoy the benefits of yoga 1993. This beginning course emphasizes using proper classes. They are often unaware that the building of weight lifting techniques and focuses on muscle toning prana through yoga is what keeps us all coming back. using light to moderate weights. Basic anatomy and Discover the concept of prana, what it is, why we want different types of strength training will be consistently it, how to build it and how to retain in. We’ll explore noted. Enrollment is limited to 12 students to insure three sources of prana: our yoga practice, the beauty individual attention. It is designed for healthy women and wonder of nature and a healthy plant-based diet. with no apparent physical limitations or medical needs. This class will meet on Saturday mornings at the east Reserve your spot today. mountains outdoor yoga studio of the instructor. You Course: 06495 $155 For: 15 sessions are encouraged to bring a vegetarian brown bag lunch Section A: Sep 13-Oct 15 TThSa 9:00am- for after class. Come early as the grounds of the out- 11:00am door studio and labyrinth will be open to participants Mike’s Iron Gym from 8:30am-10am. The yoga class will be a mixed Joseph Behrend, Certified Personal Fitness Trainer, level appropriate for most students without serious Owner of One on One Fitness physical limitation. Please contact the instructor prior to start date with questions and concerns about Weight Lifting for Seniors injuries and physical limitations. This introductory course in weight lifting is held Course: 06511 $105 For: 4 sessions specifically for seniors with little or no prior lifting Section A: Sep 10-Oct 1 Sa 10:00am-11:30am experience. Several studies have illustrated the impor- Studio Yantra tance of developing and maintaining strength for sen- Patsy Gaetano, Yoga Instructor ior citizens in particular. Class participants will be shown proper weight lifting techniques using light to Yoga Core Flow moderate weights based on individual strength. This class is a challenging and energizing experience Women and men ages 55 plus are welcome! your body will appreciate. The beginning of this class Enrollment is limited to 12 seniors with no serious will focus on Yoga and Pilates poses that strengthen health complications. Reserve your spot today! abdominal and back muscles while developing pelvic Course: 06496 $155 For: 15 sessions stability. Precise postural alignment will be taught and Section A: Sep 12-Oct 14 MWF 9:00am-11:00am you will be encouraged to find your intelligent edge. Mike’s Iron Gym Then you will be lead through a vigorous flowing Joseph Behrend, Certified Personal Fitness Trainer, fusion of Yoga and Pilates poses emphasizing deep rhythmic breathing. With imaginative sequencing and Owner of One on One Fitness inspiring music as the backdrop for this practice, stu- T’ai Chi Ch’uan - Traditional Yang Style dents of all levels can safely develop core strength, bal- Long Form: Beginners ance and improve their overall sense of well-being. In this course you will learn the First Section of the Course: 06514 $95 For: 8 sessions traditional Yang Style: 108 movement Long Form of Section A: Sep 13-Nov 1 T 6:00pm-7:30pm T’ai Chi Ch’uan, the most widely practiced form of New Heart Center for WellnessGrowth & Enrichment T’ai Chi in the world. Regular practice of T’ai Chi Patsy Gaetano, Yoga Instructor Ch’uan has many documented health benefits, includ- ing stress reduction, enhanced body awareness, Yoga Basics 101 improved balance and lower body strength, and relief This is a great opportunity for those who are complete of certain knee conditions. T’ai Chi can also serve as a beginners to yoga to prepare to enter a mixed level form of moving meditation. After many years of study class. These are also excellent classes for those getting it can become an intensely powerful internal form of back to yoga after an extended absence or those want- Kung Fu for the truly dedicated practitioner. Special ing to deepen their understanding of the basic princi- emphasis is placed on: methods of improving balance ples of alignment and anatomy in their current prac- skills, identification and release of areas of tension tice. This offers an opportunity for students with man- within the body, and eliminating habits which can ageable physical issues to experience classes dedicated cause stress to the knee and lower back. Virginia to the basics and a more easily accessible yoga practice.Health & Fitness Huettig has been studying Traditional Yang Family Course: 06515 $80 For: 4 sessions Style T’ai Chi Ch’uan for 16 years and has been teach- Section A: Sep 18-Oct 9 Su 2:15pm-3:45pm ing it for 9 years. New Heart Center for Wellness Course: 06497 $90 For: 6 sessions Patsy Gaetano, Yoga Instructor Section A: Sep 6-Oct 11 T 6:00pm-8:00pm Section B: Oct 18-Nov 22 T 6:00pm-8:00pm Manzano Mesa Multigenerational Center Virginia Huettig 120 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-6320
    • Yoga for Chronic Conditions Yoga for Weight LossBut “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 thisof this class says: “Let’s explore.” There are three large practice, the yoga poses support the body in weighttherapy platforms and several smaller options for those loss; and as the practice continues, the mind’s attitudewho are not comfortable on a floor mat. There is a about the body. As anyone who has ever worked atballet bar for stability in standing poses—and just wait losing weight knows, the effort is as much in the mindtill you see what we do with a chair! Your expertise is as it is in the body. Gloria Drayer will lead youyour body’s limitations. We experiment to find the through yoga poses to help strengthen the body. Learnbest variation and sequencing of poses for your body. the techniques of mindful eating and mediation toBring an open mind and we’ll see what we can accom- encourage love of the body and mind.plish with patience and persistence. Please bring your Course: 06520 $95 For: 8 sessionsdoctor’s name & fax number to the first session. Section A: Oct 12-Dec 7 W 6:00pm-7:15pmCourse: 06517 $85 For: 16 sessions Note: This class will not meet on Nov 23.Section A: Sep 26-Nov 18 MF 12:00pm-1:00pm A Time To Relax Yoga StudioGood Samaritan Society Manzano del Sol Village Gloria Drayer, Certified Yoga TeacherSpanda Bhavani, RYT Prenatal YogaYoga: Beyond the Basics Yoga is an excellent way to prepare your mind, body,This class is suitable for those students that have taken and spirit for childbirth. The concentration, focus,an introductory level of class and wish to deepen and breathing techniques, and strength required for child-refine the practice. This is a comprehensive and well birth are all essential elements of yoga. You will prac-rounded practice. Students can continue to find out tice yoga poses to build strength, endurance and flexi-what their personal challenges are and how to address bility while decreasing the aches, pains and discomfortsthem in a healthy and balanced way. of pregnancy. Poses to strengthen the uterus andCourse: 06518 $110 For: 8 sessions pelvic muscles will be taught. Relaxation techniques,Section A: Sep 9-Oct 28 F 9:30am-11:00am along with the use of breath and sound, will offer youHigh Desert Yoga - Nob Hill powerful support during your pregnancy.Zoreh Afsar Course: 06523 $95 For: 6 sessions Section A: Oct 18-Nov 22 T 5:30pm-7:00pmYoga for the Emotions High Desert Yoga - Nob HillAsanas and their effects offer a gateway into under- Heatherlee Farrellstanding our habitual emotional responses and psycho-logical patterns. In this class we will work with poses, Yoga: Release and Recenteralignment principles and techniques that are offered in Start the week centered and relaxed, with this nourish-an introductory or level-one yoga class. However, spe- ing, gentle yoga practice. This class includes bothcial emphasis will be placed on noticing subtle experi- restorative and active postures, bringing balance andences of the poses in our face, heart, and abdomen. health to the body, and always ends in a luxurious Growth & EnrichmentThe somatic knowledge gained from this awareness savasana. We practice with intention and depth, feelinginforms us of our emotional states and gives us the inside the subtle alignment of the postures, while gath-tools to shift and retrain our nervous systems. Recent ering the threads of awareness inward, to create free-discoveries in neuroscience have led to a description dom and clarity in our hearts, our minds, our lives.and understanding of the polyvagal system. The poly- Course: 06526 $130 For: 8 sessionsvagal theory informs us that regulation of the heart, Section A: Aug 22-Oct 10 M 10:30am-12:00pmstomach, and muscles of the face and head are the pri- High Desert Yoga - Nob Hillmary determinants of the quality of our emotional Avery Janeczek Kalapaexperiences and social interactions. When we are ableto notice and shift our moment by moment physiolog- UNM Employees:ical states, we are able to live with greater emotional You may use your tuition remission benefitease. for all classes listed in the Health and Health & FitnessCourse: 06519 $105 For: 8 sessions Fitness section. For complete TuitionSection A: Aug 25-Oct 13 Th 4:00pm-5:15pmHigh Desert Yoga - Nob Hill Remission policy information please contactHeather Kazda the benefits office at (505) 277-MyHR.Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-6320 121
    • Yoga, Breath and Pranayama Zumba® Aerobic Dance The breath is an amazing tool to facilitate wellness on The Zumba® Program fuses hypnotic Latin rhythms all levels of our being: physical, mental, emotional and and easy to follow moves to create a one-of-a-kind fit- spiritual. Or as Ralph Waldo Emerson put it, “The ness program that will help you to tone and sculpt breath is a cordial of incredible virtue.” We’ll open and your body while reducing body fat and developing prepare the body and mind with a short series of gen- muscle tone. Routines will feature interval training ses- tle flowing yoga poses. We’ll then proceed to support- sions where fast and slow rhythms and resistance train- ed reclining restorative poses and work with both ing are combined to create a dynamic workout experi- Breath Awareness and then yogic Pranayama. ence. Bring a towel. Please show up on time so as not Pranayama is one of the most beneficial practices of to disrupt ongoing classes. Yoga. This practice works with the breath in somewhat Course: 10682 $110 For: 10 sessions exaggerated depth and rhythms, in the hopes that Section A: Aug 24-Oct 26 W 7:15pm-8:15pm when we return to our normal breath, it will naturally Rosales Karate & Kickboxing Academy be deeper, slower and smoother. These qualities of the Cheri Rosales breath help to lower blood pressure, reduce heart rate and take us to a level of the nervous system that Salsaerobics induces calm and steadiness. Experience with Yoga is If you enjoy Latin music, this is the exercise class for helpful but not necessary, if there are no serious physi- you! Lose weight and get in shape as you exercise to cal limitations. the Latin beat. Learn basic Latin dance steps such as Course: 06527 $75 For: 8 sessions salsa, cumbia, cha cha, mambo, merengue, and more. Section A: Sep 25-Nov 13 Su 8:45am-10:15am This class will start at a beginning level, gradually New Heart Center for Wellness increasing to a higher fitness level. Come and enjoy Patsy Gaetano, Yoga Instructor aerobics -Latin style! Wear comfortable clothing and good aerobic shoes. Gentle Chair Yoga Course: 10684 $95 For: 16 sessions Practice Yoga in a manner that is slow paced, gentle Section A: Aug 22-Oct 12 MW 5:30pm-6:30pm and supported. All postures will be practiced either Section B: Aug 23-Oct 13 TTh 5:30pm-6:30pm seated in a chair or using the support of the chair Section C: Oct 17-Dec 7 MW 5:30pm-6:30pm while standing. Modifications and alternative poses will Section D: Oct 18-Dec 8 TTh 5:30pm-6:30pm be offered as needed. Students will be encouraged to Baila! Baila! Dance Studio respect the limits of their bodies, while exploring indi- Baila Baila Staff vidual means of expansion within those limits. The use of Yoga props such as blankets, bolsters and straps will Tennis: Beginning further support us in the deeply relaxing Restorative Learn to execute the forehand, backhand, serve, volley, Yoga poses. Students will be encouraged to create a overhead and lob. Sound techniques of these shots will short personal Chair Yoga Routine to serve their indi- be emphasized. Time will be devoted to players having vidual needs and that could be practiced at home. a great understanding of tennis rules and method of Please come to class with a fairly empty stomach and scoring. Match play will also be instituted to develop wear loose comfortable clothing. these skills in a real setting. Note: Students need toGrowth & Enrichment Course: 06528 $95 For: 6 sessions bring two cans of pressurized new balls, Dunlop tennis Section A: Oct 1-Nov 5 Sa 1:45pm-3:15pm balls preferred. Meet by Tennis courts by student New Heart Center for Wellness Services. Patsy Gaetano, Yoga Instructor Course: 10688 $90 For: 8 sessions Section A: Sep 24-Nov 12 Sa 8:00am-10:00am Introduction to Senior Strength UNM Main Campus and Balance Training Scott Leonard Enjoy a casual yet focused workout. Learn the impor- tance of maintaining muscle mass to age gracefully and remain independent. This class is designed for those new or returning to exercise. Practice simple routines for your major muscle groups. Discover adjustments toHealth & Fitness have a pain-free workout. The instructor is certified as a Personal Trainer and Group Fitness Instructor by the American Council on Exercise. She has experience training people with chronic conditions. Please bring your doctor’s name and fax number to the first class. Course: 06531 $125 For: 16 sessions Section A: Sep 27-Nov 17 TTh 10:30am-11:30am Good Samaritan Society Manzano del Sol Village Anne Schroeder 122 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-6320
    • Tennis: Intermediate for your buck. Herb McDonald has had a private prac-Go beyond the basic stroke development. We will tice as a clinical herbalist for over 20 years, helpingreview ground strokes and then proceed to develop individuals seeking better health. The information pre-shots such as the lob, volley, overhead, serves, and sented will be based on a combination of currentreturn of serves. It is important to learn and practice research and professional experience.these strokes, so the course will also include match Course: 06452 $35 For: 1 sessionplay. Note: Bring two cans of NEW tennis balls, rac- Section A: Oct 15 Sa 1:30pm-4:30pmquet, tennis shoes, and a container of water. Meet by CE South BuildingTennis courts by Student Services. Herb McDonald, Certified Iyengar Yoga InstructorCourse: 10689 $90 For: 8 sessions Mother Infant YogaSection A: Aug 27-Oct 22 Sa 10:00am-12:00pmNote: Class will not meet on Sep 3. Rediscover your body and connect with your babyUNM Main Campus through yoga! In this class we will focus on yoga posesRobert Ziock that help the body recover from childbirth, and specifi- cally address the day-to-day needs of new mothers. We will learn how to open and relieve aching shoulders and backs, how to strengthen core abdominal muscles and restore tone to the pelvic floor, and how to reju-Relaxation venate ourselves after meeting the demands of a newYoga for Deep Relaxation baby. We will also learn how to incorporate baby into our yoga practice while engaging in movement, breathRelaxation is an art and only by practice can you refine and meditation practices. We’ll take some time just forthis Art. This restorative yoga class is designed to give baby — exploring developmentally appropriate move-you a peaceful vacation from your busy life. Those ment, basic baby massage, and play, play, play! Thiswho suffer from stress, insomnia, chronic pain, lack of class is appropriate for non-mobile babies from sixenergy, depression, recent surgery and injuries could weeks to approximately one year.benefit greatly from this class. We will practice simplebreath awareness in supportive yoga poses to help Course: 06465 $105 For: 6 sessionsrelease deep tension. As the layers and layers of tension Section A: Sep 15-Oct 20 Th 10:45am-11:45amdissolve, one feels refreshed, renewed and balanced. As High Desert Yoga - Nob Hillthe body learns deep relaxation, the mind starts to Anneke Faas, Certified Iyengar Yoga Instructorfocus and become more clear and still. Join us to Introduction to Reikinourish and nurture your body, mind and spirit. Reiki is vital energy and an easily learned healing art.Course: 06482 $120 For: 8 sessions Anyone can use Reiki for self and others. It providesSection A: Aug 28-Oct 16 Su 11:30am-1:00pm relief during childbirth or chemotherapy, in hospice,Section B: Sep 6-Oct 25 T 7:15pm-8:45pm post-surgically and other times of suffering. It relievesSection C: Sep 29-Nov 17 Th 6:45pm-8:15pm stress, insomnia, fatigue and pain and accelerates heal-High Desert Yoga - Nob Hill ing of body, mind and spirit. In this introductory classAvery Janeczek Kalapa you learn about Usui Shiki Ryoho Reiki, its history, levels of training and practical applications. You can Growth & EnrichmentConsumers Guide to Herbs experience the Reiki touch, have your questionsand Other Supplements answered, and develop a basis for deciding whether orIn the United States, health-conscious people spend not to pursue Reiki treatment or training. Elizabethbillions of dollars yearly on herbs and supplements. Valsala has practiced Reiki for 23 years and has been aThere is an overwhelming amount of information in full-time Reiki Master since 1991.the media about a vast array of products. Course: 06469 $40 For: 1 sessionUnfortunately, much of this information is inaccurate Section A: Oct 22 Sa 1:00pm-4:00pmand “experts” are often conflicted with each other. CE South BuildingThe frequent outcome: consumers are confused, don’tchoose the best products, and waste large amounts of Elizabeth Valsala, BA, Reiki Mastermoney. Topics included in this class: Why take supple-ments? Are they necessary for optimal health? Are sup- Register Now! Continuing Education is a Relaxationplements safe? Herbs and supplements for specific self-sustaining department. All courses have setproblems and conditions. How to get the most bang 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.Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-6320 123
    • Yoga Nidra: Deep Relaxation Understanding the Pain Experience Yoga Nidra translates as yogic, or conscious sleep. This An overview of the ongoing efforts to understand the refers to the state of deep relaxation that is achieved nature and causes of pain and the findings that have through a variety of yogic guided practices. Settling practical implications for the management of Chronic into a relaxing reclining position, after a few gentle Pain. Innovative techniques in self-management of stretching poses, you will be led thru guided medita- types of chronic pain will be examined as well as prac- tions and breathing practices. Lying still for most of tical approaches to determine when and why medical the class, we’ll also practice rotation of body aware- or alternative interventions should be considered. ness, which stimulates different parts of the brain, Come join us in developing a better understanding of helping to strengthen the mind-body connection. “the pain experience” as it relates to individuals on a Practicing these techniques takes one to the same state personal level, and learn how to apply a hierarchy of as experienced in deep sleep, the delta state. It is pain symptoms to assist in the management of pain for believed that one hour of effective Yoga Nidra is you or a loved one. equivalent to 3-4 hours of sleep. Yoga experience is Course: 06491 $55 For: 1 session helpful, but the class is suitable for all who can com- Section A: Sep 17 Sa 9:00am-12:00pm fortably lie still for 30-40 minutes in a supported Crystal Mountain reclining position. Issac Fontaine Course: 06479 $95 For: 8 sessions Section A: Oct 1-Nov 19 Sa 12:30pm-2:00pm Integrated Amrita Meditation Technique— New Heart Center for Wellness Connecting to Inner Peace & Joy Patsy Gaetano, Yoga Instructor The Integrated Amrita Meditation Technique (IAM Technique) is a short and simple approach to medita- Therapeutic Massage tion that anyone can learn, taking only 20 minutes per Are you stressed-out, tired or sore? Know anyone who day to practice. The IAM Technique is a powerful way is? Join us and experience the therapeutic and nurtur- to reconnect with one’s real center, one’s inner Self, ing touch of massage in this one day hands-on class. and thereby experience true joy and peace in life. The Learn to give a professional style relaxing massage to Technique is designed to bring about integration in friends and family. Get insider tips for giving and one’s life-an integration of body, mind, intellect and receiving great massages. Have all your questions heart. The IAM Technique was developed by the about massage and bodywork benefits, styles, equip- world-renowned humanitarian and spiritual leader ment, techniques, jobs and more answered by from India, Mata Amritanandamayi, also known as Licensed Massage Therapists. Dress comfortably and Amma, the hugging saint. This workshop, taught by bring a towel. Note: A materials fee of $15 will be col- certified instructors, includes simple, yoga-based relax- lected on the first day of class for sheets, oil/cream, ation and breathing exercises, followed by a guided and a face cradle cover. Couples and individuals wel- seated meditation. Dress appropriately for doing light come. stretching exercises. Course: 06489 $70 For: 1 session Course: 06492 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Oct 8 Sa 9:00am-4:00pm Section A: Oct 8 Sa 1:00pm-4:00pm Crystal Mountain A Time To Relax Yoga StudioGrowth & Enrichment David Fletcher Rain Swanick Massage Techniques for Caregivers Give the gift of touch to an aging or disabled parent, relative, or friend. Did you know that massage can relieve depression, reduce agitation, improve sleep and partially restore balance and mobility? Join us and learn simple, safe and effective techniques for giving neck, head, back, arm and foot massages. We will also cover standard cautions and considerations when working with more frail bodies. The instructor is a cer- tified geriatric massage therapist and instructor. DressRelaxation comfortably and bring a small towel. Note: A $15 materials fee is payable to the instructor at first class for sheets, oil/cream and face cradle cover. Tuition includes complementary admission for your loved one. Course: 06490 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Oct 22 Sa 9:00am-12:00pm Crystal Mountain David Fletcher 124 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-6320
    • Meditation Workshop facts will have you overhauling your kitchen, your eat-Now more than ever, we all need to understand how ing habits and your bill of health. You will have theto find calm and peace wihtin ourselves so that we can support of books, websites, magazines, recipes, andbe that mirror for others to also find peace. The more shopping tips to get you started. So, come find outwe can set time aside to be calm, reflective, peaceful, more about what Ellen DeGeneres, Bill Clinton, Mikethe more we will automatically bring support and Tyson, Bonnie Raitt, Alec Baldwin, Alicia Silverstonenourishment to those around us, and indeed across the and Dennis Kucinich all know: that dropping theglobe. This workshop will be practical and interactive meat, dairy and processed foods from your diet willwith instruction on how to meditate, discovering the result in a happier, healthier, longer-lived you.tools that you already have to meditate with and how Course: 06510 $55 For: 3 sessionsto strengthen them. Meditation has been scientifically Section A: Oct 18-Nov 1 T 10:00am-12:00pmproven to reduce stress, anxiety, prevent the pain of CE South Buildingchronic diseases as well as increase energy, relaxation Mary Ellen Sauserand the ability to remain calm and clear regardless ofwhat situation you find yourself in. Thai Massage With PartnersCourse: 06494 $65 For: 1 session Participants will learn simple techniques from ThaiSection A: Oct 8 Sa 1:30pm-5:00pm Massage that relieve stress and tension in the body. AllBody Balance Yoga the work will be performed fully clothed. There will be a focus on back and shoulders. Additional work involv-Easter Bonnifield ing gentle stretches and traction effectively reducesMeditation: Breath Awareness stiffness. Participants will work only with the personand Emotional Reflectance they came with and will learn how to work with theirMeditation is what we actually are preparing for when partner’s unique situation. This class is designed forwe practice Yoga asana (postures). During these seven persons with no previous knowledge of massage.sessions, you will practice breathing techniques to ben- Participants need to attend the class in pairs. Theefit your overall health, learn specific postures to pro- tuition amount listed covers the cost of two people,vide you with a stable seat to meditate in; then with only one registration is required for this class.your body calm, relaxed and open, you will apply tech- Demonstration of technique will be followed by care-niques you learned in class to keep the mind calm so ful monitoring of participants as they learn. Time willyou can sit still and meditate without stress, pressure be allocated for questions and adaptations of tech-or distraction. Through sitting in silence we can begin nique.to delve deeper into understanding ourselves by releas- Course: 06535 $55 For: 1 sessioning our conditioned thinking and past experiences. I Section A: Nov 12 Sa 10:00am-2:00pmteach meditation based upon techniques of observa- Crystal Mountaintion of the breath and sensations that arise within the Julia Smithbody and mind. Shiatsu Massage: Scalp, Face, Shoulders, & FeetCourse: 06499 $84 For: 7 sessionsSection A: Oct 4-Nov 15 T 7:30am-9:00am Participants will learn relaxing shiatsu techniquesBody Balance Yoga designed to reduce headaches, jaw tension, neck and back soreness. Shiatsu foot massage helps the entire Growth & EnrichmentEaster Bonnifield body to relax. Easy to follow “meridian” lines will beGoing Vegan Without Going Nuts learned. Locating points of tension and releasing thatStarting with Dr. T. Colin Campbell’s ground-break- tension is the focus of this class. No prior knowledgeing book, The China Study, more and more scientific of massage is required. All work will be performedevidence has been released that a whole-foods, plant- fully clothed. Demonstration of technique will be fol-based diet can not only lower your risk for certain dis- lowed by careful monitoring of participants as theyeases, it can reverse the progression. This type of eat- learn. Time will be allocated for questions and adapta-ing isn’t really a diet as most of us know the word; it’s tions of technique.a nutritional commitment to health and well-being. Course: 06536 $55 For: 1 sessionBut it can be one that is difficult to undertake on your Section A: Nov 19 Sa 10:00am-2:00pmown. Your instructor has been on her own vegan jour- Crystal Mountain Relaxationney for the past year, and will lead you in an explo- Julia Smithration of the general principles of a vegan lifestyle andan introduction to resources in the wider world and Register Now! Continuing Education is aright here in Albuquerque to make your personal jour- self-sustaining department. All courses have setney easier, less lonely, and more interesting. In this minimum enrollments and decisions on courseclass you will learn about three simple, cost-effective cancellations are made 2-3 days prior to thechanges that can help revert and reverse heart disease, start date of each class. Please don’t wait untiland reduce the risk and progression of cancer. The the last minute to register.Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-6320 125
    • Self-Hypnosis for Change You Can Manifest Hypnosis is a natural process that we all drift in and Learn the science of manifestation and begin creating out of naturally every day. By using self-hypnosis, we your heart’s desires. You will learn the similarities and can change many unwanted behaviors, for example, differences of the Law of Attraction, prayer, positive change unhealthy eating habits, increase our self-confi- thinking, guided imagery and self-hypnosis. You will dence, stop smoking, and manage stress and anxiety. learn the steps and receive guidance to manifest posi- This is just the start of learning how to direct our tive changes. This is an experiential and powerful minds to create the life we want. The process is safe, workshop. You will leave feeling inspired and invigor- simple, and easy to learn and use. Join us as we discov- ated, knowing that you have the power to create posi- er what hypnosis is, how to set up a successful self- tive changes and to manifest your desires. hypnosis session, how to use various techniques to Course: 04342 $65 For: 3 sessions hypnotize ourselves, and how to create and use post- Section A: Sep 19-Oct 3 M 6:30pm-9:00pm hypnotic suggestions. We’ll experience several hypnosis CE South Building sessions, and we’ll practice and trouble-shoot our own Rita Herther, MA self-hypnosis experiences. Course: 04333 $45 For: 1 session Section A: Oct 29 Sa 9:00am-1:00pm CE South Building Jean D. Stouffer, CHt, HBCE Home & Garden Learn to Heal Home Repair: Basic You can learn to reduce pain, reduce stress, and to Home repair novices, gain hands-on experience as well heal. These methods can be used alone and in con- as a practical understanding of basic home repair. junction with medical doctors to help the healing Learn how to use hand and small power tools, how to process. You can use them for yourself and to help select the right materials for the job, how and when to alleviate pain and stress in others. Methods include hire help, how to make minor electrical and plumbing simple energy approaches and self-hypnosis. These repairs, how to patch and repair interior and exterior methods help heal physical, emotional and spiritual walls, and how to select and apply paints and stains. pain. You will also learn how to improve your brain Develop the ability to diagnose and solve common function. There are no supplements involved. The repair problems. Note: A $20 materials fee is payable methods are mind power and energy manipulation. to the instructor at the first class meeting. Students are Course: 04334 $75 For: 3 sessions encouraged to bring in their own tools and are wel- come to bring their home repair problems. Students Section A: Sep 14-28 W 6:45pm-8:45pm will be given the opportunity to work with the materi- CE North Building als, tools and supplies being discussed each week. Class Rita Herther, MA is limited to 14 students. Life Journey Necklace Course: 07504 $120 For: 24 hours Imagine how your life would look if you were to Section A: Nov 5-Dec 17 Sa 9:00am-1:00pm express it in beads. Enjoy a day in the instructor’s east Denise WheelerGrowth & Enrichment mountain studio creating a necklace that symbolizes File Anything In Your Home your journey. Guided visualization will connect you ...And find it again! Find any paper again quickly and with landmark events. In this meditative state, you’ll easily: the warranty when the toaster breaks down, the arrange these events on paper. Choosing the beads to receipts needed for taxes, the medical records needed represent them is a leisurely process with time for for insurance, income and banking and investment reflection. Materials and beads from all over the world records, magazine articles, and all the other papers we are supplied. No bead stringing experience is necessary. keep. With diagrams to illustrate a filing system that is Sharing your life story deepens the process and is a cel- fast to set up, easy to use and adaptable to individual ebration of your life’s inherent balance — balance needs, this workshop has solutions to piles of paper, which may not have been evident til this point. Bring a lost records and the time wasted trying to find them. lunch. Note: A materials fee of $25 is payable to the The instructor will give examples and provide hand- instructor at the beginning of the first class. outs which emphasize the main concepts. Purchase ofHome & Garden Course: 04339 $90 For: 1 session the book on which the course is based is not required. Section A: Sep 3 Sa 9:00am-5:00pm Course: 07520 $45 For: 1 hours McFarland Studio in Sandia Park Section A: Oct 25 T 5:30pm-8:30pm Beverly McFarland, Multimedia Artist & Herbalist and Katherine Anderson, CPO-CD, Professional Organizer Accredited T’ai Chi Chih Instructor 126 Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-6320
    • Reduce Your Use, Your Impact, and Save Money bounty in the exploration of the Noble Eightfold Path.This class will focus on how your household can This course is open to any person of any faith with orreduce the use of utilities, toxic substances, help the without any present or prior spiritual inclination orenvironment and keep money in your pockets. Part of development.the class is hands on, you will learn how to install Course: 08556 $135 For: 8 sessionswater saving appliances and create rain collection bar- Section A: Aug 23-Oct 11 T 7:00pm-9:00pmrels. This class is taught by Denise R. Wheeler, instruc- CE North Buildingtor of Basic and Intermediate Home Repair classes and Valerie Rothcoordinator of Community Renovation EmpoweringWomen, a volunteer building group working for agen- Unlocking the Mysteries of Chinese Culturecies serving women and children in New Mexico. Explore the true China with a local who grew upCourse: 07524 $35 For: 3 hours there: Is it really a communist country? What is a “vis-Section A: Nov 30 W 5:00pm-8:00pm iting marriage” in modern southwest China? Have youDenise Wheeler heard of the only female language in the world? Or have you seen the performance of the Buddha with a thousand hands? Using Chinese written characters as a doorway into each topic, discover the depth and unique flavor of life in modern China, social relation-Humanities ships and corruption, traditional weddings, even the Chinese lunar calendar and more. Bring your curiosity!The Rise and Fall of the Course: 08558 $70 For: 4 sessionsThird Reich 1919-1945 Section A: Oct 5-26 W 6:15pm-8:15pmThis course will survey the history of the Third Reich Required Text: Living Abroad in China, Stuart(Nazi Germany) from the period of Crisis after World Strother and Barbara Strother, Moon Press. AvailableWar I (1914-1918), through the Great Depression at the UNM Bookstore.(1929-1939) until its fall at the end of World War II Hayes Middle School(1939-1945). Personalities such as Hitler, Mussolini,Stalin, and Churchill will be examined. The greatness Chang Liu, MA in Linguisticsand brutality of Nazi Gemany will form the narrative Sacred Poetry in East and Westalong with the military history of the second World Enjoy a survey of poetry from the World Religions. InWar. Optional text by Joachim C. Fest. each session we will explore historical and modernCourse: 08551 $95 For: 10 hours poetry of Islam, Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism andSection A: Sep 8-Nov 10 W 1:00pm-3:00pm Buddhism. We will look at the role of the poet in theseCE South Building traditions and the ability of the poet to explore eso-Charles Truxillo, PhD, Latin American Expert teric, controversial and other ideas.For Book Lovers Course: 08561 $60 For: 5 sessions Section A: Oct 6-Nov 3 W 12:30pm-1:30pmYou read a book that is great but you have no one CE South Buildingwith whom to discuss it. Join us and talk about thebook you’ve read. Our first book will be: The Dan Noyes Growth & EnrichmentSamurai’s Garden by Gail Tsukiyama. You should read Tao and Zenthis before our first class. We will read 4 books in Tao literally means “the path” or “the way.” Find yourtotal. own way through the deep, philosophical world ofCourse: 08552 $75 For: 4 sessions Taoist thought as you learn about cultivating innerSection A: Sep 29-Nov 10 W 10:00am-12:00pm peace, going with the flow, and practicing compassion,CE South Building simplicity and patience. Taoism is the oldest form ofLeatrice Wilson Chinese philosophical and religious thought and it still brings enlightenment and peace to millions in theBuddhism Basics modern world. Tao and Zen will introduce students ofNearly 2600 years ago, Prince Siddhartha, a young all interest levels to the world of Taoism; concepts, his-nobleman, left the comforts of his wife, his family and tory, schools of thought, modern practice, the Taoisthis palatial trappings to become a wandering ascetic Humanities arts (Qi Gong, Tai Chi, etc.), tales, artwork, andsearching for life’s meaning. Unfulfilled, he lay down heroes. This course is open to anyone, regardless ofunder a bodhi tree and vowed not to arise until he age, spiritual experience, or personal religious choice.fully realized life’s meaning and mystery. He arose as The journey of a thousand miles begins with oneGautama Buddha, the Awakened One. From forty step....years’ teachings of that experience, Buddhism was Course: 08564 $95 For: 8 sessionsborn. Begin to develop a mastery for your own life. Section A: Sep 2-Oct 21 Th 7:00pm-9:00pmExplore Buddha’s enlightenment within the Four Hayes Middle SchoolNoble Truths. Challenge yourself to enjoy fully life’s Renee AdamsOnline: dce.unm.edu Phone: (505) 277-0077 Fax: (505) 277-1990 | Information: (505) 277-6320 127
    • Foreign Film Buffs Heresy in the Western Religious Traditions Foreign films are interesting to us because they come This course will cover the traditions in the West which from a different background. The stories, direction, cannot be covered in a traditional Western Religion costuming, etc. are based upon the particular culture class. Groups and thinkers of the Jewish, Christian and of the country. We will explore a variety of films from Islamic traditions who are considered deviant and have different countries, chosen in class. Our last film will been, or are, persecuted by the orthodox of their be an American musical, because this is what we do respective religion. Groups such as the Gnostics, best and we can contrast it with other films we have Arians, Cathers, Knights Templars, and others among seen. Some you may have seen; some you may have the Christians, the mystics and some philosophers of missed. But they will all be worth seeing and dis- Judaism such as Spinoza and Isaac Luria, and among cussing. This is for fun only! the Islamic groups the Druze and Baha’i. This course Course: 08568 $95 For: 8 sessions will trace these ideas from their roots through to Section A: Sep 30-Nov 18 Th 9:00am-12:00pm where they are found today. CE South Building Course: 08591 $100 For: 12 sessions Leatrice Wilson Section A: Sep 14-Dec 14 T 7:00pm-9:00pm Cooley Home in SE Area Introduction to the Qabalah Eleanor M. Cooley, M.A., Religious Studies Explore the mystical Qabalah to enhance your under- standing of its history, applications, and significance in 2012: Predictions, Prophecies our lives today. Discover its mysteries as a living struc- & Possibilities ture that has served individuals for centuries. Develop The ancient Mayan Calendar predicts that we are com- an understanding of the components of the tree of life ing to the end of a vast cosmic cycle on December 21, through their individual as well as collective relation- 2012. What, if anything, is going to happen to us in ships for personal growth. The history and significance 2012? Will we see a shift in planetary consciousness, of the tree of life will be explored along with the for- heralding a new age of awakening? Or, does 2012 sig- mation of the multi-layered parts and energy planes nal a catastrophic end to all