Summer Schedule 2012 - San Juan College

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Summer Schedule 2012 - San Juan College

SUMMER

2012

Schedule

Registration begins April 9

Classes begin MAY 16

SAN JUAN COLLEGE

AZTEC • FARMINGTON • KIRTLAND • ONLINE

sanjuancollege.edu • Info (505) 326-3311


SUMMER 2012 PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE

Welcome to San Juan College! We appreciate you joining us for the summer session. Whether

you are taking classes to obtain an associate degree, a certificate, a job skill, or simply for personal

enrichment, you will discover an array of learning opportunities that will enrich your life.

Learn a new language, brush up on math skills, take a fitness

class, or explore a new career. The choice is yours,

and the summer is the perfect time to examine your options.

You can choose to take courses online, or in Farmington,

Kirtland or Aztec. Classes are offered at flexible times that

start later in the semester or end earlier. Some are scheduled

during the evening and weekend.

Lifelong learning is essential in today’s fast-changing world.

We all continue to learn throughout our lifetime to achieve

the quality of life we seek. San Juan College is a learning

college where the emphasis is placed on the learner.

This means that you, the student, are a full partner in the

learning process.

The faculty and staff of San Juan College look forward to partnering with you in your

educational journey.

Mike Tacha, Interim President

SAN JUAN COLLEGE

Cover photo by Marcel Bieg

SAN JUAN COLLEGE

Board

TOP ROW

Evelyn B. Benny

Shane Chance, Chair

Chad King

Kenneth Hare, Vice Chair

BOTTOM ROW

Dr. Joseph Pope

Matthew Tso

John Thompson

San Juan College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age, genetics or veterans’ status, or on the basis of any other category protected

under federal or state law, in regard to admissions, employment, programs and activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policy

of San Juan College: Director of Human Resources and Title IX Coordinator, 505-566-3215.


2012

summer schedule

Table of Contents

Important Dates and How to Enroll ...............................2

Registration by Web .....................................................3

Payment Procedures ....................................................3

Tuition and Fees ............................................................4

A Quick Way to Read This Schedule /

Building Locations ........................................................7

All Classes ..................................................................8

Honors Classes ........................................................12

Online Classes ...........................................................18

SJC East ....................................................................22

SJC West ...................................................................22

Resources ..................................................................23

Bookstore ...................................................................23

How to Create Your User Name and Password ......... 26

University Courses ............................................ 27 & 28

Campus Map ......................................Inside back cover

Main Campus Room Numbers .....................Back cover

Summer 2012 Calendar

May 11 ................... Official Drop for Non-Payment - 12 p.m.

for All Summer Classes

May 15 .............. Last Day to Register for 12 Week Classes

May 16 ................................ First Day of Summer Semester

May 26-27 .................................................. No Classes Held

May 28 ................................ Memorial Day-Campus Closed

No Classes Held

June 5 ............................Deadline to Change from Credit to

Audit or Audit to Credit

July 4 ........................... Independence Day-Campus Closed

No Classes Held

August 7 ..........Last Day of Instruction for Summer Classes

August 9 ........... Grades Due to Registrar’s Office by 3 p.m.

Disclaimer

Every effort has been made to provide the most accurate information possible, but occasional changes and adjustments will be necessary.

For the most current schedule of classes, please go online to sanjuancollege.edu.

2012 SAN JUAN COLLEGE SUMMER SCHEDULE 1


SAN JUAN COLLEGE SUMMER 2012

Contact Information

and Hours of Operation

Enrollment Services (505) 566-3545

Advising and Counseling Center (505) 566-3404

Financial Aid (505) 566-3323

Business Office (505) 566-3396

The above departments are located in the Education

Services Center (clock tower building) on main campus,

4601 College Boulevard, Farmington, NM 87402.

Normal business hours:

8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Wednesday

9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Thursday

8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Friday

College Bookstore (505) 566-3260

Hours of operation:

May 12 - Spring Graduation 8 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

May 14,15, & 16

8 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Summer hours begin:

May 17 Monday – Thursday 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Friday

8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Special Days hours:

June 11 & 12

8 a.m. – 7 p.m.

June 19

8 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Regular Summer bookstore hours resume:

June 20 – Aug. 10

Monday - Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

First day to charge — May 14

Last day to charge — June 19

Bookstore closed for inventory June 27, 28, 29

See http://bookstore.sanjuancollege.edu

for more information or to order online.

Other contact information:

Office of Learning (505) 566-3213

School of Business and Information

and Technology Studies (505) 566-3317

School of Energy (505) 327-5705

School of Health Sciences (505) 566-3491

School of Humanities (505) 566-3276

School of Science, Math

and Engineering (505) 566-3230

School of Trades and Technology (505) 566-3339

STEP 1 — APPLY

1. Students who have never taken a San Juan College

credit class must apply for admission. To apply online

go to sanjuancollege.edu/apply.

2. Complete the Accuplacer placement test in the

Advising and Counseling Center before 2:30 p.m.

Monday through Friday. No appointment is

necessary. Transfer students should bring a copy

of their college transcripts to their advising

appointment to determine if the Accuplacer is

necessary.

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3. Meet with an academic advisor in the Advising &

Counseling Center to plan your classes and prepare

for New Student Orientation (see page 6).

4. Register for New Student Orientation. For more

information call (505) 566-3404.

STEP 2 — REGISTER FOR CLASSES

• Registration period

Continuing degree-seeking students

April 9 - May 15, 2012

Continuing non degree-seeking students

April 16 - May 15, 2012

New students

April 30 - May 15, 2012

• Continuing degree-seeking students:

Register April 9 - May 15, 2012

Continuing degree-seeking students are those who have

attended SJC for credit classes previously. If the student

is degree-seeking and has completed less than 25 credits,

the student must meet with his or her advisor to obtain

registration authorization.

• Continuing non degree-seeking students:

April 16 - May 15, 2012

Continuing non-degree seeking students are those who

have attended SJC for credit classes previously but have

not declared a degree.

• New students:

April 30 - May 15, 2012

New students are students who have submitted a completed

admission application and all required documents to the

Enrollment Services (formerly Admissions and Records office), has

taken the Accuplacer Assessment (degree-seeking students),

and has registered for and attended New Student Orientation.

Register online

Students register online at

https://webadvisor.sanjuancollege.edu. (See

instructions on page 3.) Online registration is

available continuously, seven days a week during the

registration period.

Students may register online if . . .

1. The student is a RETURNING San Juan College

student and has attended classes anytime during the

last three regular semesters. If the student is degreeseeking

and has completed less than 25 credits, the

student must meet with his or her advisor to obtain

registration authorization.

2. The student is a new student at San Juan College and

has submitted a completed admission application to the

Enrollment Services office, all required documents have

been received in the Enrollment Services office, has

taken the Accuplacer Exam (degree-seeking students),

has been issued a password and attended New Student

Orientation.


Students may NOT register online if …

1. Student is an Early Admit or Dual Credit student and

is enrolled in high school.

2. Student is a new student and has not completed the

admission application process or has not attended a

New Student Orientation.

3. Student is on suspension, probation, financial or

admissions restriction or has a hold placed on his/her

account. Contact the Enrollment Services office at

(505) 566-3545 for specific information. Registration

and financial holds must be cleared before registration.

ONLINE REGISTRATION

INSTRUCTIONS

Go to https://sanjuancollege.edu

• Click on “My SJC” in the upper right hand corner

• Enter your username and password.(see page 26)

Click the “Log to the My SJC Portal” link.

• Follow the “Course Registration” instructions

• You can also add and drop courses after your initial

registration using the same procedure (see page 1

for complete list of deadlines).

Note: a student may not withdraw (drop all

courses) from SJC online.

Unable to attend after registering

If the registered student is unable to attend classes, it is

his/her responsibility to officially withdraw from the College.

The student is responsible for all charges assessed

to his/her account whether dropped voluntarily or by SJC

administration. (See page 5 for refund schedule.)

STEP 3 — PAY FOR CLASSES

PAYMENT DEADLINE

Summer - Friday, May 11 at 12 noon

• Any student who has not paid in full by 12 noon on

the above date for the corresponding session will be

dropped from all classes for non-payment.

This includes late start classes.

• For registrations after the payment deadlines above,

all tuition and fees are due at the time of registration

and must be paid in full at the time of registration.

• Full payment means either 100% paid, enrolled in

NelNet (e-Cashier), or have a financial aid award in

accepted status.

Acceptable methods of payment

• Credit/debit card - Visa, MasterCard or Discover

• Cash, check or money order. Mailed payments must

be received in the Business Office before 5 p.m. by

the appropriate deadline.

• NelNet (e-Cashier) payment plan is the approved

payment plan for SJC. Go to www.sanjuancollege.

edu/register to sign up. There is a $25 fee to NelNet

(e-Cashier) upon enrollment. Students must reenroll

for this plan each term.

Remember these important dates:

NelNet (e-Cashier) available on April 11, 2012

Last day to Required Number of Months of

enroll online down payment payments payments

April 24 10% 3 May-July

May 21 25% 2 June-July

June 21 33% 1 July only

• Sponsored student authorization (See page 5.)

• Financial Aid award in accepted status

(See page 5.)

Restriction of services

Students with delinquent accounts will be denied access

to SJC services. These services include, but are not

limited to:

1. Registration

2. Transcripts

3. Official withdrawal from classes

4. Library privileges

5. College assisted housing

6. Child and Family Development Center

If payment arrangements are not made on a timely basis,

the delinquent account will be placed with a collection

agency. All costs will be calculated at the maximum

rate permitted by New Mexico Statute.

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Where to pay

In person at …

• Farmington Main Campus — Business Office,

Educational Services Center (clocktower building)

• A convenient drop box is located near the

Business Office in the Educational Services

Center (the clock tower building). Simply fill out

and place a check or money order in the envelope,

complete the requested information on the front of

the envelope and place it in the drop box.

• Aztec — SJC East, (505) 334-3831, ext 200;

315 South Ash Street, Aztec

• Kirtland — SJC West (505) 598-5897

69 CR 6500, Kirtland

By mail (for check or money order)…

San Juan College,

Business Office

4601 College Blvd,

Farmington, NM 87402

By telephone (for credit or debit card)…

Business Office (505) 566-3396

Online at…

Go to https://webadvisor.sanjuancollege.edu

• Click on “log in”

• Enter your username and password.

Click the “Submit button”.

• Select “Current Students”

• Under “Financial Information” select

“Make a Payment”

• Select “Pay on My Account” to pay your

account in full, or

• Select “e-Cashier

Payment Plan” to sign up

for NelNet (e-Cashier)

automatic payment

plan

Returned checks

Sometimes oversights occur and a bank will return a

check as non-sufficient funds (NSF) for payment. As

a rule, the SJC bank processes NSF checks twice for

payment to the student’s account. The Business Office

will mail a certified letter to the student’s current address

notifying the student of the NSF check and fees with

the conditions for repayment. Some of the conditions

include: repayment by cash, money order or credit card

(unless the NSF check was for cash). In addition, the

student may be dropped from classes and denied College

privileges and services. A $35 fee is assessed on

all returned checks.

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Tuition / Fees

Residents $41 per credit hour - plus $6 per credit hour

minimum general fee

How to figure:

$41 (tuition) x 3 credit hours (one class) = $123

$6 (fee) x 3 credit hours (one class) = $18

TOTAL - $141 + any additional class or program fees

Maximum tuition charge per semester

$41 (tuition) x 18 credit hours (maximum) = $738

$6 (fee) x 18 credit hours (maximum) = $108

TOTAL $846+ any additional class or program fees

Non-residents $105 per credit hour - plus $10 per credit

hour minimum general fee

How to figure:

$105 (tuition) x 3 credit hours (one class) = $315

$10 (fee) x 3 credit hours (one class) = $30

TOTAL $345 + any additional class or program fees

Maximum tuition charge per semester

$105 (tuition) x 18 credit hours (maximum) = $1,890

$10 (fee) x 18 credit hours (maximum) = $180

TOTAL $2,070+ any additional class or program fees

*Degree-seeking international students

$105 per credit hour, plus a $200 per credit hour

international student fee

*Non degree-seeking international students

$105 per credit hour - plus $10 per credit hour

minimum general student fee

*International students who have lived in New Mexico for

at least one year and graduated from a New Mexico high

school, or have lived in New Mexico for at least one year

and received a New Mexico GED may be eligible for the

resident tuition rate.

Resident senior citizens (age 65 and older)

Resident senior citizens (age 65 and older) $5 per credit

hour up to six credit hours. Credit hours over six will be

charged at the normal applicable rate. Credit hours for

short courses will be included in the calculation for

maximum charge.

Military/Veterans — Call Financial Aid at 566-3512

Fees

General ............................... $6 per credit hour minimum

Admission .............................................................. None

Parking .................................................................. None

Student Government ............................................. None

Activity ................................................................... None

Distance education ................................................ None

Nelnet (e-Cashier) .................................................... $25

Cancelled check ....................................................... $35

Application ................................ (online) None, (paper) $10

Official Transcript .....................................$2 per request


Graduation ............................................................. None

Lab and Program ................. See individual class listing

Accuplacer Placement test

1st time .............................................................free

2nd time (if taken two weeks after first attempt) ...........free

3rd time ............................................................. $15

HHPC Fitness Center annual — Contact HHPC

Service Desk, (505) 566-3410, for rates

HHPC Fitness Center 16-week .......................... $92

Financial aid

Priority Deadline:

All documents complete by April 1, 2012.

For students anticipating financial aid (Pell Grant, student

loans, Native American scholarships, etc.) to pay educational

costs, awards must be in accepted status to avoid

being dropped for non-payment. To ensure financial aid

will be in place by the established drop date, all appropriate

financial aid applications and required documents

must be complete by April 1. Students should monitor

their financial aid status on WebAdvisor on a regular

basis.

New or incomplete applications received after April 1 will

continue to be processed but awards may not be finalized

by the drop date. It is the student’s responsibility to

make arrangements for payment by the semester drop

date if financial aid is not in place.

Work-study financial aid awards and estimated or pending

awards are not considered as an arrangement of payment

toward tuition and will not be used to hold classes.

Students who have accepted financial aid and are held

in classes but decide not to attend SJC must officially

withdraw. For information on refund of tuition and fees

refer to the refund schedule on this page. Students are

responsible for all charges on their account regardless

of financial aid awards. Students who withdraw or drop

courses are subject to review of financial aid eligibility. If

a recalculation determines a student was over-awarded,

the financial aid awards will be adjusted and the student

may be required to repay funds to the school.

Financial aid disbursement and refunds will be mailed

beginning Friday, June 29. Refunds are processed and

mailed every Friday thereafter as needed. Students

should ensure their mailing address is correct with

Enrollment Services.

What if a sponsor is paying for the student’s

books and tuition

• An authorization from the sponsor must be received by

the Business Office before Friday, May 7, to ensure

payment of tuition, fees, and bookstore charges for

sponsored students.

• It is the student’s responsibility to verify with the

Business Office that the authorization was received. If

authorization is not received by the deadline the student

may be dropped from classes for nonpayment.

• Upon processing of the authorization, a copy is sent

to the Bookstore to allow charges for books and

supplies. Check the Bookstore schedule on page 2 for

the dates charges are allowed on student accounts.

Refunds

Refunds for tuition and fees depend on the start date,

length of the course and the date the student dropped

the course.

• Student accounts are credited at the time the

drop occurs.

• Disbursements of credit balances on student accounts

will take place beginning Friday, June 29, 2012.

• Refunds for credit card payments are placed back

on the credit card.

• All other disbursements are mailed to students at

their address. Address corrections should be

completed through the Enrollment Services office.

• Dropping courses after May 15 may result in refunds

of less than 100% of tuition and fees (see table

below.) Students are responsible for any and all

charges incurred on their student account if refund

of tuition and fees is less than 100%.

REFUND RATE CHART

Refund Rate Period

Course

Length 100% 75% 50% 0%

9-12

Weeks

5-8

Weeks

4 Weeks

or less

Before 1st

day of class

Before 1st

day of class

Before 1st

day of class

Friday 1st

week of

classes

N/A

N/A

Friday 2nd

week of

classes

Friday 2nd

week of

classes

1st day of

class

After

Friday of

2nd week

After

Friday of

2nd week

After 1st

day of

class

Canceled classes

SJC cancels classes occasionally due to insufficient

enrollment. Every attempt is made to notify enrolled

students when a class is canceled. If a class is canceled,

students may enroll in another class or receive a refund.

Contact the Financial Aid Office or the student’s sponsor

immediately if a course cancellation reduces the student’s

course load below twelve (12) credits or does not

fulfill the requirements of the sponsor.

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STEP 4 — REMEMBER THESE DATES

Register for Summer classes

• Degree-seeking, continuing students –

April 9-May 15, 2012

• Late/ongoing registration for continuing students –

April 16-May 15, 2012

• New students –

April 30-May 15, 2012

You may register for late start classes up to the first

day if class.

Meet with an advisor

• East and West campuses - 3:30-6 p.m. April 5.

(by appointment only). Advisors will be available at

San Juan College East in Aztec and San Juan

College West in Kirtland. Call SJC East at

(505) 334-3831, ext. 200; or SJC West at

(505) 598-5897 for an appointment.

• Farmington Campus – 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.- Mon. Tues.

Wed. Fri., and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thurs, in the

Educational Services Center(clock tower building).

New Student Orientation

Summer 2012

New Student Orientation is held in room 1614 of the

West Classroom Complex. The dates for New Student

Orientation are listed below.

For students registering for summer session

9a.m., Monday, April 30 2p.m., Monday, May 7

2p.m., Tuesday, May 1 5:30p.m., Tuesday, May 8

9a.m., Wednesday, May 2 5:30p.m., Wednesday, May 9

2p.m., Thursday, May 3 2p.m., Thursday, May 10

9a.m., Friday, May 4 9a.m., Friday, May 11

Exclusively for High School Graduates and their

parents/guardians wanting to register for summer

and fall sessions

5:30p.m., Monday, April 30 5:30p.m., Wednesday, May 2

5:30p.m., Tuesday, May 1 5:30p.m., Thursday, May 3

For information and to register for a New Student Orientation,

call (505) 566-3378. Students must complete an application

for admission, take the Accuplacer Exam in The

Advising and Counseling Center (8a.m.-2:30p.m., Monday

through Friday).

Adding courses

May 16-18, 2012

Late start classes can be “added” up to the first day

of class.

Students can make changes to their summer semester

2012 class schedule on the Web during the dates shown

for each summer session. After 5 p.m. on the ending date,

the only schedule change permitted is withdrawal from a

class(es) or adding a course that has not yet begun.

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Withdrawing from courses

Summer: April 11-May 15, 2012

Late start classes(start after May 22): Students must

withdraw prior to the first day of class.

Withdrawal between these dates will ensure classes do

not appear on transcript. A student may drop an individual

class using the Web through the end date for the appropriate

session. After that date, a student wishing to drop a

course must come to the Enrollment Services to complete

this process. Students unable to come to campus may fax

(505-566-3500) or email (using their San Juan College

email account) their request to withdraw. Faxed documents

must have the student’s signature. The following information

must be provided in all communication: student

name, student SJC ID number, and a list of all courses the

student is withdrawing from. NOTE: To withdraw from all

courses, the student must submit a completed withdrawal

form to the Enrollment Services. If a student is eligible

for financial aid subsequently decides not to attend SJC,

they must contact the Financial Aid Office at (505) 566-

3323 regarding withdrawal. (See Financial Aid and refund

schedule both on page 5.) The student is responsible for

all charges to their student account, whether dropped

voluntarily or by SJC administration.

Withdrawal after census

Withdrawing after the following summer session date

will result in the course appearing on the transcript with

grade of “W”.

Summer: June 5, 2012

Students cannot completely withdraw from classes via

the Web. To completely withdraw from all classes, the

student must submit a completed “withdrawal form” to

Enrollment Services in the Educational Services Center

(clock tower building). Students unable to come to campus

may fax (505-566-3500) or email (using their San

Juan College email account) their request to withdraw.

Faxed documents must have the student’s signature.

The following information must be provided in all communication:

student name, student SJC ID number,

and a list of all courses the student is withdrawing from.

Submission of the completed withdrawal form will result

in denial of credit from all regular program courses,

extended length courses and course challenges for the

applicable semester. (See page 5 for refund schedule.)

Late Start Courses

(start after May 22)

If enrolled in a “late start course” the student must

withdraw from the course on or before the first class day

for a refund. No refunds will be issued for withdrawals

occurring the first day of class.


How to get your grades by web

Grades will be available on the web after the last class day for the term.

Go to https://webadvisor.sanjuancollege.edu

• Click on “log in”

• Enter your username and password.

Click the “Submit” button.

• Select “Current Students”

• Under “Academic Profile,” select the “Grades” option and follow the directions on the screen.

A Quick Way to Read this Schedule

1. Courses are listed alphabetically

2. Off-campus courses, are listed at the end of the full course listing.

Course ID and Course Title Credit Start End Location Room Instructor Perm Start End

Number Hours Time Time /Fee Date Date

*COSC - 111-013 COMPUTER LITERACY 3 TTH 05:30PM 06:45PM MAIN 7126 Reeves Y /$30 5/10 6/4

Departmental

Meeting Days

Campus

M-Monday TH-Thursday

Title Identification

T -Tuesday F-Friday

or Section Number

W-Wednesday S-Saturday

SU-Sunday

Has web page with more information - http://www.sanjuancollege.edu/courseschedule

Courses that require Internet access include:

ONLINE COURSES - Courses delivered fully online; computer skills required. Location = INET, Room = Online

WEB-ENHANCED COURSES - Courses delivered on campus that require Internet access to complete

assignments or participate in online activities. These classes are indicated with a computer symbol-:

following the course title

Honors Courses (HNRS) Courses that include elevated and more in-depth expectations for student learning and

performance than those in the standard course. Honors courses include the appropriate designation in the Course

Title (i.e. HNRS: Microeconomics)

Building Codes Identification

Location Codes

AZTEC Other - Aztec

BLOOM Bloomfield

EAST East Campus - Aztec

FARM Other - Farmington

INET Online - Internet

KIRT Other - Kirtland

MAIN Main Campus - Farmington

OTHER Other Sites

SHIP Shiprock

WEST West Campus - Kirtland

Building Codes

AHS Aztec High School

ARR Arrange With Instructor

AZPL Aztec Public Library

BCNT Bloomfield Fitness Center

BFCH Bloomfield Courthouse

BHS Bloomfield High School

BURL Burlington - 30th Street

CATH Catholic Academy - Gallup

CCCL Central Classroom Complex

Lower Terrace

CCCN Central Classroom Complex

North

CCCS

CCES

CFDC

EAST

ECCL

ECCU

EDSC

FAQU

GRDF

GRDG

HFAL

HFAU

HHPC

ITCL

ITCU

MAJH

Central Classroom Complex

South

Country Club Elementary

School

Child & Family Development

Center

East Campus - Aztec

East Classroom Complex,

Lower (Farmington Campus)

East Classroom Complex,

Upper (Farmington Campus)

Educational Services Center

Farmington Aquatic Center

Grounds -Fire Training

Grounds - Greenhouse

Henderson Fine Arts - Lower

Henderson Fine Arts - Upper

Health & Human Performance

Center

Information Technology

Center- Lower

Information Technology

Center- Upper

Mesa Alta Junior High,

Bloomfield

MBAT

MCOY

OTHR

OUTS

PHGC

PPM

QCB

READ

RETC

SCLL

SCUL

SJCA

WEST

SJCO

TBA

TTB

WCCL

WCCU

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MBA Training

McCoy Elementary School,

Aztec

Other Buildings

Outside

Pinon Hills Golf Course

Physical Plant/Maintenance

Quality Center for Business

Project Read

School of Energy

Student Center - Lower

Student Center - Upper

San Juan County

Administration Building

West Campus - Kirtland

San Juan College Other

To be Arranged

Trades and Technology

West Classroom Complex

Lower (Farmington Campus)

West Classroom Complex

Upper (Farmington Campus)

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Summer Schedule 2012

CODE COURSE ID COURSE TITLE CREDIT DAYS STARTS ENDS LOCATION ROOM INSTR. PERM/FEES START END

ACCOUNTING

89601 ACCT-201-601 Fundamentals of Accounting I 4 INET ONLINE Jordan 5/16 8/7

ALL SUMMER

COURSES

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE ASSISTANT

89605 AOAP-115-601 Practical Bus Math Procedures 3 INET ONLINE Jordan 5/16 7/10

ANTHROPOLOGY

89602 ANTH-110-601 Intro to Anthropology 3 INET ONLINE Cooper 5/16 7/10

90554 ANTH-210-601 Intro to Cultural Anthropology 3 INET ONLINE Cooper 5/16 7/10

89603 ANTH-280-001 Internship 3 FARM 127 Wheelbarger 6/4 7/13

89604 ANTH-288-001 Archaeological Field Methods 9 MTWTHF 08:30AM 04:30PM FARM 127 Wheelbarger 6/4 7/13

ARTS

89612 ARTS-110-001 Orientation in Art 3 MTW 05:30PM 08:40PM MAIN 9033 Vallee 5/16 6/12

89613 ARTS-110-002 Orientation in Art 3 MW 08:30AM 11:30AM MAIN 9033 Small 7/11 8/7

89614 ARTS-110-003 Orientation in Art 3 MTW 05:30PM 08:40PM MAIN 9033 Staff 6/13 7/10

89615 ARTS-110-601 Orientation in Art 3 INET ONLINE Darmody 6/13 7/10

89616 ARTS-112-002 Beginning Drawing I 3 MTWTH 08:30AM 11:55AM MAIN 9032 Kant 5/16 6/12

89617 ARTS-112-003 Beginning Drawing I 3 MW 12:30PM 03:55PM MAIN 9032 Small 5/16 7/9

89618 ARTS-112-004 Beginning Drawing I 3 MTWTH 05:30PM 08:55PM MAIN 9032 Tilley 7/11 8/7

90577 ARTS-113-002 Drawing II 3 MTWTH 08:30AM 11:55AM MAIN 9032 Kant 5/16 6/12

89619 ARTS-113-003 Drawing II 3 MW 12:30PM 03:55PM MAIN 9032 Small 5/16 7/9

89620 ARTS-113-004 Drawing II 3 MTWTH 05:30PM 08:55PM MAIN 9032 Tilley 7/11 8/7

89621 ARTS-217-001 Art-Elementary School Teachers 3 MTW 05:30PM 08:40PM MAIN 9032 Smith 6/13 7/10

89622 ARTS-217-0H1 HNRS:Art-Elem School Teachers 3 MTW 05:30PM 08:40PM MAIN 9032 Smith 6/13 7/10

89623 ARTS-251-001 Beginning Painting 3 MTWTH 10:15AM 01:55PM MAIN 9034 Hatch 6/13 7/10

89624 ARTS-251-002 Beginning Painting 3 MTWTH 05:30PM 08:55PM MAIN 9034 Hatch 7/11 8/7

89625 ARTS-252-001 Painting II 3 MTWTH 10:15AM 01:55PM MAIN 9034 Hatch 6/13 7/10

89626 ARTS-252-002 Painting II 3 MTWTH 05:30PM 08:55PM MAIN 9034 Hatch 7/11 8/7

89627 ARTS-253-001 Painting III 3 MTWTH 10:15AM 01:55PM MAIN 9034 Hatch 6/13 7/10

90662 ARTS-253-002 Painting III 3 MTWTH 05:30PM 08:55PM MAIN 9034 Hatch 7/11 8/7

89628 ARTS-254-001 Painting IV 3 MTWTH 10:15AM 01:55PM MAIN 9034 Hatch 6/13 7/10

89629 ARTS-254-002 Painting IV 3 MTWTH 05:30PM 08:55PM MAIN 9034 Hatch 7/11 8/7

89630 ARTS-275-001 Pottery & Clay Arts I 3 MTWTH 10:15AM 01:40PM MAIN 9036 Hewett/Maes $15 5/16 6/12

89631 ARTS-275-002 Pottery & Clay Arts I 3 MTWTH 01:45PM 05:25PM MAIN 9036 Phan $15 5/16 6/12

89632 ARTS-275-003 Pottery & Clay Arts I 3 MTWTH 10:15AM 01:40PM MAIN 9036 Hewett/Maes $15 6/13 7/10

90618 ARTS-275-004 Pottery & Clay Arts I 3 MTWTH 01:45PM 05:25PM MAIN 9036 Phan $15 6/13 7/10

90619 ARTS-275-005 Pottery & Clay Arts I 3 MTWTH 10:15AM 01:40PM MAIN 9036 Phan $15 7/11 8/7

90620 ARTS-275-006 Pottery & Clay Arts I 3 MTWTH 01:45AM 05:25PM MAIN 9036 Phan $15 7/11 8/7

89633 ARTS-276-001 Pottery & Clay Arts II 3 MTWTH 10:15AM 01:40PM MAIN 9036 Hewett/Maes $15 5/16 6/12

89634 ARTS-276-002 Pottery & Clay Arts II 3 MTWTH 01:45PM 05:25PM MAIN 9036 Phan $15 5/16 6/12

89635 ARTS-276-003 Pottery & Clay Arts II 3 MTWTH 10:15AM 01:40PM MAIN 9036 Hewett/Maes $15 6/13 7/10

90621 ARTS-276-004 Pottery & Clay Arts II 3 MTWTH 01:45PM 05:25PM MAIN 9036 Phan $15 6/13 7/10

90622 ARTS-276-005 Pottery & Clay Arts II 3 MTWTH 10:15AM 01:40PM MAIN 9036 Phan $15 7/11 8/7

90623 ARTS-276-006 Pottery & Clay Arts II 3 MTWTH 01:45PM 05:25PM MAIN 9036 Phan $15 7/11 8/7

90624 ARTS-283-001 Pottery & Clay Arts III 3 MTWTH 10:15AM 01:40PM MAIN 9036 Hewett/Maes $15 5/16 6/12

90625 ARTS-283-002 Pottery & Clay Arts III 3 MTWTH 01:45PM 05:25PM MAIN 9036 Phan $15 5/16 6/12

90605 ARTS-283-003 Pottery & Clay Arts III 3 MTWTH 10:15AM 01:40PM MAIN 9036 Hewett/Maes $15 6/13 7/10

90606 ARTS-283-004 Pottery & Clay Arts III 3 MTWTH 01:45PM 05:25PM MAIN 9036 Phan $15 6/13 7/10

90626 ARTS-283-005 Pottery & Clay Arts III 3 MTWTH 10:15AM 01:40PM MAIN 9036 Phan $15 7/11 8/7

89638 ARTS-299-001 SPTO: Beg Portrait/Fig Paint 3 MTWTH 10:15AM 01:55PM MAIN 9034 Hatch $15 5/16 6/12

89640 ARTS-299-002 SPTO: ADV Portrait/Fig Paint 3 MTWTH 10:15AM 01:55PM MAIN 9034 Hatch $15 5/16 6/12

89639 ARTS-299-003 SPTO: Special Throwing Techni 3 MTWTH 05:30PM 08:55PM MAIN 9036 Ellis $15 5/16 6/12

89637 ARTS-299-004 SPTO: Botanical Illustration 3 TWTH 05:00PM 07:15PM MAIN 1805 Reeves $15 6/13 8/7

ASTRONOMY

90607 ASTR-110-601 Intro to Astronomy 4 INET ONLINE Mayeux 6/13 8/7

AUTO BODY

90642 AUBO-105-001 SPIN: Hobby Shop 4 MW 06:00PM 10:00PM MAIN 2210 Amon 5/16 6/25

90645 AUBO-105-002 SPIN: Hobby Shop 4 TTH 06:00PM 10:00PM MAIN 2205 Blood 5/17 6/26

90694 AUBO-119-003 Sheet Metal Welding 4 MTWTHF 08:30AM 03:30PM MAIN 2210 McCoskey 5/16 5/30

90695 AUBO-121-003 Non-Structural Repair 6 MTWTHF 08:30AM 03:30PM MAIN 2210 Staff 5/31 6/26

90696 AUBO-130-003 Intro Automotive Refinishing 5 MTWTHF 08:30AM 03:30PM MAIN 2205 Blood 5/16 6/5

Notes: Y-Permission Required; SPTO - Special Topics; HNRS - Honors; :- Web Enhanced (Class requires internet access) Building codes will be on your individual class schedule.

Evening courses, offered after 5 p.m., are in boldface type. Schedule is subject to change. For up-to-date class information, go to the online Class Schedule at sanjuancollege.edu.

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Summer Schedule 2012

CODE COURSE ID COURSE TITLE CREDIT DAYS STARTS ENDS LOCATION ROOM INSTR. PERM/FEES START END

90697 AUBO-131-003 Inter Automotive Refinishing 5 MTWTHF 08:30AM 03:30PM MAIN 2205 Blood 6/6 6/26

AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE EXCELLENCE (General Motors)

Selective admission - Admission by separate application only. Call 566-3388

89643 ASEP-150-001 GM Engines & Related Syst 4 MTWTHF 07:00AM 01:30PM MAIN 2402 Lewis Y/$65 5/14 5/31

90507 ASEP-155-001 Gm Adv Air Induction Systems 2 MTWTHF 07:00AM 01:30PM MAIN 2402 Lewis Y 6/1 6/6

89644 ASEP-160-001 GM Heating & Air Conditioning 2 MTWTHF 07:00AM 01:30PM MAIN 2402 Lewis Y 6/7 6/13

90517 ASEP-165-001 GM Advanced HVAC Diagnosis 3 MTWTHF 07:00AM 01:30PM MAIN 2402 Lewis Y 6/14 6/22

90518 ASEP-282-001 GM Cooperative Work Education 4 MAIN ARR Meier Y 6/25 8/17

BIOLOGY

89662 BIOL-112-601 Human Body Structures & Funct 4 INET ONLINE Goodrich Y 5/16 8/7

89663 BIOL-112-602 Human Body Structures & Funct 4 INET ONLINE Goodrich Y 5/16 8/7

90646 BIOL-121-001 Intro Biology I 4 MTWTH 02:30PM 03:45PM MAIN 1734 Reeves $20 6/13 8/7

MTWTH 03:55PM 04:45PM MAIN 1734 6/13 8/7

90654 BIOL-121-002 Intro Biology I 4 MTWTH 05:30PM 06:45PM WEST KRTLD111 Barney $20 6/13 8/7

MTWTH 06:55PM 07:45PM WEST SJCW KRTLD111 6/13 8/7

90655 BIOL-121-003 Intro Biology I 4 TWTH 05:30PM 07:05PM EAST AZTC116 Davis $20 6/14 8/7

TWTH 07:15PM 08:20PM EAST AZTC116 6/14 8/7

89664 BIOL-121-601 Intro Biology I 4 INET ONLINE Hair 5/16 7/10

89665 BIOL-121-602 Intro Biology I 4 INET ONLINE Lewis 6/13 8/7

89668 BIOL-224-001 Microbiology 4 MTWTH 04:00PM 05:10PM MAIN 1814 Goodrich $20 6/13 8/7

MTWTH 05:40PM 06:50PM MAIN 3408 6/13 8/7

89669 BIOL-252-001 Human Anatomy & Physiology I 4 MTWTH 10:15AM 11:30PM MAIN 1736 Schiess $20 6/13 8/7

MTWTH 11:40AM 12:30PM MAIN 1736 6/13 8/7

90644 BIOL-252-002 Human Anatomy & Physiology I 4 MTWTH 01:15PM 02:30PM MAIN 1736 Schiess $20 6/13 8/7

MTWTH 02:40PM 03:30PM MAIN 1736 6/13 8/7

89670 BIOL-253-001 Human Anatomy & Physiology II 4 MTWTH 10:15AM 11:30PM MAIN 1718 Myler $20 5/16 7/10

MTWTH 11:40AM 12:30PM MAIN 1718 5/16 7/10

89671 BIOL-253-002 Human Anatomy & Physiology II 4 MTWTH 01:15PM 02:30PM MAIN 1718 Myler $20 5/16 7/10

MTWTH 02:40PM 03:30PM MAIN 1718 5/16 7/10

90656 BIOL-299-001 SPTO:Botanical Illustration 3 TWTH 05:00PM 07:15PM MAIN 1805 Reeves 6/14 7/24

ALL SUMMER

COURSES

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

89657 BADM-114-001 Intro to Business 3 MWF 10:15AM 11:55AM MAIN 1204 Jones 6/13 8/7

89658 BADM-114-601 Intro to Business 3 INET ONLINE Maloney 5/16 7/13

89659 BADM-134-601 Supervision 3 INET ONLINE Kant 5/16 8/7

89660 BADM-233-601 Principles of Management 3 INET ONLINE Kant 5/16 8/7

90569 BADM-295-601 SPTO:Non Profit Funding 3 INET ONLINE Willman-Kozimor 5/21 7/9

BUSINESS LAW

90426 BLAW-230-601 Business Law 3 INET ONLINE Coyner 5/16 7/13

CHEMISTRY

89692 CHEM-110-001 Introductory Chemistry 4 MW 06:00PM 08:10PM MAIN 1639 Fischer $20 5/16 7/10

TTH 06:00PM 08:10PM MAIN 1737 5/17 7/10

89693 CHEM-110-002 Introductory Chemistry 4 MW 10:15AM 12:20PM MAIN 1639 Goodrich $20 6/13 8/6

TTH 10:15AM 12:20PM MAIN 1737 6/14 8/7

89694 CHEM-110-003 Introductory Chemistry 4 MW 02:00PM 05:00PM MAIN 1639 Good $20 5/16 6/25

TTH 02:00PM 05:00PM MAIN 1737 5/17 6/26

89695 CHEM-210-001 Organic Chemistry Survey 4 TTH 12:30PM 03:00PM MAIN 1639 Miller $20 5/17 7/10

MW 12:30PM 03:00PM MAIN 1737 5/16 7/9

COLLEGE AUTOMOTIVE PROGRAM (Chrysler/MOPAR)

Selective admission - Admission by separate application only. Call 566-3388

89674 CAPP-150-001 Chrysler Engines & Related Sys 4 MTWTHF 07:00AM 01:30PM MAIN 2402 Schofield Y/$65 5/14 5/31

90532 CAPP-155-001 Chrysler Adv Air Induction Sys 2 MTWTHF 07:00AM 01:30PM MAIN 2401 Schofield Y 6/1 6/6

89675 CAPP-160-001 Chrysler Heat & AC Systems 2 MTWTHF 07:00AM 01:30PM MAIN 2402 Schofield Y 6/7 6/13

90533 CAPP-165-001 Chrysler Adv HVAC Diagnosis 3 MTWTHF 07:00AM 01:30PM MAIN 2401 Schofield Y 6/14 6/22

90534 CAPP-282-001 Chrysler Coop Work Experience 4 MAIN ARR Meier Y 6/25 8/17

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

89696 COMM-110-601 Public Speaking 3 INET ONLINE Hattabaugh 6/13 8/7

2012 SAN JUAN COLLEGE SUMMER SCHEDULE

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Summer Schedule 2012

CODE COURSE ID COURSE TITLE CREDIT DAYS STARTS ENDS LOCATION ROOM INSTR. PERM/FEES START END

ALL SUMMER

COURSES

89697 COMM-111-001 Interpersonal Communication 3 MTWTH 10:15AM 12:55PM MAIN 1858 Hattabaugh 5/16 6/6

89698 COMM-111-002 Interpersonal Communication 3 MTWTH 10:15AM 11:55AM MAIN 1219 Kofron 6/13 7/24

90581 COMM-111-003 Interpersonal Communication 3 MTWTH 01:00PM 02:40PM MAIN 1223 Staff 6/13 7/24

89699 COMM-111-004 Interpersonal Communication 3 MTWTH 01:00PM 03:40PM MAIN 1306 Phelps 5/16 6/12

90579 COMM-111-005 Interpersonal Communication 3 MTWTH 01:00PM 03:40PM MAIN 1858 Hattabaugh 5/16 6/6

89700 COMM-111-006 Interpersonal Communication 3 MTWTH 05:30PM 07:55PM WEST KRTLD115 Harrison 5/16 6/26

89701 COMM-111-601 Interpersonal Communication 3 INET ONLINE Reherman 5/16 6/12

89702 COMM-111-602 Interpersonal Communication 3 INET ONLINE Reherman 5/16 6/12

89703 COMM-111-603 Interpersonal Communication 3 INET ONLINE Hattabaugh 6/13 8/7

89704 COMM-111-604 Interpersonal Communication 3 INET ONLINE Reherman 6/13 7/10

89705 COMM-111-605 Interpersonal Communication 3 INET ONLINE Reherman 6/13 7/10

89706 COMM-111-6H1 Interpersonal Communication 3 INET ONLINE Reherman 5/16 6/12

COMPUTER SCIENCE

90570 COSC-097-001 Basic Computer/Internet Skills 3 TWTH 02:00PM 04:30PM WEST KRTLD120 LeBoeuf 6/13 7/24

89722 COSC-111-001 Computer Literacy 3 MTWTH 01:00PM 02:40PM MAIN 7129 Jones 5/16 7/10

89723 COSC-111-601 Computer Literacy 3 INET ONLINE Jordan 6/13 8/7

90567 COSC-116-001 Spreadsheeting 3 TTH 05:30PM 08:30PM EAST AZTC111 Grubb 6/14 8/7

89724 COSC-125-001 Business Microcomputer Apps 3 MTWTH 09:30AM 11:30AM MAIN 7126 Acree 5/16 6/26

89725 COSC-125-002 Business Microcomputer Apps 3 MW 05:30PM 08:00PM MAIN 7126 Warner 5/16 6/26

89728 COSC-125-601 Business Microcomputer Apps 3 INET ONLINE Baxter 6/13 7/24

89729 COSC-125-602 Business Microcomputer Apps 3 INET ONLINE Baxter 6/13 7/24

89730 COSC-125-603 Business Microcomputer Apps 3 INET ONLINE Baxter 6/13 7/24

COSMETOLOGY

Selective admission - Admission by separate application only. Call 566-HAIR

89732 COSM-110-001 Theory I 3 MAIN ARR Roddy Y 5/16 8/7

89733 COSM-111-001 Theory II 3 MAIN ARR Roddy Y 5/16 8/7

90548 COSM-120-001 Sterilization & Sanitation 2 MAIN ARR Roddy Y 5/16 8/7

89734 COSM-130-001 Shampoos, Rinses & Scalp Treat 2 MAIN ARR Roddy Y 5/16 8/7

90549 COSM-140-001 Facials 3 MAIN ARR Roddy Y 5/16 8/7

90550 COSM-151-001 Manicuring/Pedicuring 2 MAIN ARR Roddy Y 5/16 8/7

89735 COSM-160-001 Haircutting 5 MAIN ARR Roddy Y 5/16 8/7

89736 COSM-171-001 Hairstyling 3 MAIN ARR Roddy Y 5/16 8/7

89737 COSM-181-001 Haircoloring/Bleaching 2 MAIN ARR Roddy Y 5/16 8/7

89738 COSM-190-001 Chemical Restructure/Perms 4 MAIN ARR Roddy Y 5/16 8/7

89739 COSM-195-001 Salon Business & Retail Sales 3 MAIN ARR Roddy Y 5/16 8/7

90553 COSM-196-001 Personal & Community Health 3 MAIN ARR Roddy Y 5/16 8/7

89740 COSM-198-001 Clinic Practice I 6 MAIN ARR White Y 5/16 8/7

89741 COSM-199-001 Clinic Practice II 3 MAIN ARR Roddy Y 5/16 8/7

90555 COSM-211-001 Theory III 3 MAIN ARR Roddy Y 5/16 8/7

92754 COSM-221-001 Testing & Student Evaluation 2 MAIN ARR Roddy Y 5/16 8/7

92759 COSM-231-001 Teaching Methods 4 MAIN ARR Roddy Y 5/16 8/7

92760 COSM-241-001 Teaching Aids 2 MAIN ARR Roddy Y 5/16 8/7

92755 COSM-250-001 Instructor Theory 2 MAIN ARR Roddy Y 5/16 8/7

92756 COSM-251-001 Theory Teaching & Class Mgmnt 2 MAIN ARR Roddy Y 5/16 8/7

92761 COSM-261-001 Lab Or Clinic Supervision 8 MAIN ARR Roddy Y 5/16 8/7

92762 COSM-265-001 Barber Crossover 6 MAIN ARR Roddy Y 5/16 8/7

92758 COSM-270-001 Course Develop & Lesson Plans 2 MAIN ARR Roddy Y 5/16 8/7

CULTURAL HERITAGE

89742 CUHT-200-601 Internship-Cooperative Education 1 INET ONLINE Kirchmer Y 5/16 7/10

DENTAL HYGIENE

Selective admission - Admission by separate application only. Call 566-3642

89744 DHYG-221-001 Dental Biomaterials 3 T 01:00PM 03:00PM MAIN 55347B Manz Y 5/22 8/7

W 08:30AM 12:00PM MAIN 55347B 5/16 8/7

TH 12:00PM 04:00PM MAIN 55347B 5/17 8/7

W 08:00AM 08:30AM MAIN 55347 5/16 8/7

89745 DHYG-225-001 Clinical Dent Hyg Seminar II 1 T 08:00AM 12:00PM MAIN 55347 Sanderson Y/$500 5/22 8/7

W 01:00PM 05:00PM MAIN 55347B 5/16 8/7

TH 09:00AM 11:00AM MAIN 55344 5/17 8/7

10

Notes: Y-Permission Required; SPTO - Special Topics; HNRS - Honors; :- Web Enhanced (Class requires internet access) Building codes will be on your individual class schedule.

Evening courses, offered after 5 p.m., are in boldface type. Schedule is subject to change. For up-to-date class information, go to the online Class Schedule at sanjuancollege.edu.


Summer Schedule 2012

CODE COURSE ID COURSE TITLE CREDIT DAYS STARTS ENDS LOCATION ROOM INSTR. PERM/FEES START END

DRAFTING

DRFT 295-001 SPTO: 3D Visualization 4 MTWTH 09:00AM 11:00AM MAIN 1415 Seavey 5/16 7/12

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

90658 ECED-105-001 SPIN: 45 Hour Class 3 TW 06:30PM 09:30PM MAIN 5017 Michael $40 7/11 8/7

90659 ECED-120-001 Guiding Young Children 3 MTWTH 04:00PM 05:35PM MAIN 8128 Schumacher-Hoerner 6/13 7/24

90660 ECED-299-001 Caregiving for Infants & Toddl 3 MTWTH 09:15AM 10:50AM MAIN 8128 Garrison 6/13 7/24

ECONOMICS

89748 ECON-251-001 Macroeconomics 3 MW 05:30PM 08:30PM EAST AZTC118 Hancock 6/13 8/7

89749 ECON-251-601 Macroeconomics 3 INET ONLINE Womack 6/12 8/7

89750 ECON-252-601 Microeconomics 3 INET ONLINE Womack 6/12 8/7

ALL SUMMER

COURSES

EDUCATION

90578 EDUC-130-601 Intro to Special Education 4 INET ONLINE Domme 6/11 7/30

90592 EDUC-272-001 Prof Development Dossier : 2 W 08:00AM 12:00PM MAIN 7129 Mitchell 6/13 7/25

90593 EDUC-299-001 SPTO: TESOL Methods : 2 S 08:30AM 04:30PM MAIN 1621 Manning 6/16 7/7

90600 EDUC-299-002 SPTO: Writing WkSh Educators 1 MTWTHF 08:30AM 12:30PM MAIN 1622 Staff 6/18 6/22

Courses below are for alternative licensure program and require instructor permission. Call 566-3044

90595 EDUC-209-001 Evaluation and IEP : 3 MW 04:00PM 08:00PM MAIN 1623 Calvert Y 6/11 7/18

92638 EDUC-242-601 Foundations of Education 2 INET ONLINE Nelson Y 6/27 8/2

89752 EDUC-244-601 Fam, Schl & Comm Cultures 2 INET ONLINE Nelson Y 5/16 6/6

89753 EDUC-252-601 Elementary Teaching Methods 2 INET ONLINE Jaeger Y 6/18 7/23

89754 EDUC-254-001 Secondary Teaching Methods :2 TTH 04:00PM 08:00PM MAIN 1621 Fabrey Y 6/19 7/24

EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES

Selective admission - Admission by separate application only. Call 566-3854

89756 EMSP-116-001 Emergency Medical Technician 12 MW 08:00AM 05:00PM MAIN 3202 Mitchell Y 5/16 8/7

90702 EMSP-251-001 EMS Operations 3 TWTH 08:00AM 05:00PM MAIN 3202 Stahl Y 6/28 8/7

EMSP-261-001 Special Populations 2 TWTH 05:00PM 10:00PM MAIN 3202 Stahl Y 6/28 7/12

90703 EMSP-269-001 Medical Emergencies II 4 TWTH 08:00AM 05:00PM MAIN 3202 Stahl Y 5/16 6/27

92649 EMSP-271-002 Paramedic Clinical II 4 MAIN ARR Stahl Y 5/16 8/7

ENGLISH

89807 ENGL-095-001 Basic Writing Workshop 6 MTWTH 08:00AM 11:00AM MAIN 1621 Staff 5/16 7/10

89808 ENGL-095-002 Basic Writing Workshop 6 MTWTH 09:00AM 12:00PM MAIN 1221 Staff 6/13 8/7

89809 ENGL-095-003 Basic Writing Workshop 6 MTWTH 12:30PM 03:30PM MAIN 1304 Staff 5/16 7/10

89810 ENGL-099-001 Basic Composition 3 MTWTH 08:00AM 09:40AM MAIN 1859 Staff 6/13 7/24

89811 ENGL-099-002 Basic Composition 3 MTWTH 08:00AM 10:45AM MAIN 1404 Gray 6/13 7/10

89812 ENGL-099-003 Basic Composition 3 MTWTH 10:00AM 12:45PM MAIN 1301 Deswood 5/16 6/12

89813 ENGL-099-004 Basic Composition 3 MTWTHF 12:30PM 01:40PM WEST KRTLD115 Beatty 6/13 8/7

90608 ENGL-099-005 Basic Composition 3 MTWTH 12:30PM 02:10PM MAIN 1219 Staff 6/13 7/24

89814 ENGL-099-601 Basic Composition 3 INET ONLINE Mathes 6/13 7/24

89816 ENGL-111-001 Freshman Composition 3 MTWTH 08:00AM 09:40PM MAIN 1858 Rankin 6/13 7/24

89817 ENGL-111-002 Freshman Composition 3 MTWTH 08:00AM 09:00AM MAIN 1217 Staff 6/13 7/24

89818 ENGL-111-003 Freshman Composition 3 MTWTH 10:00AM 12:45PM MAIN 1200A Peterson 5/16 6/12

89819 ENGL-111-004 Freshman Composition 3 MTWTH 10:15AM 11:55AM MAIN 1218 Staff 6/13 7/24

89820 ENGL-111-005 Freshman Composition 3 MTWTH 12:30PM 02:10PM MAIN 1302 Staff 6/13 7/24

89821 ENGL-111-006 Freshman Composition 3 MTWTH 12:30PM 03:10PM MAIN 1404 Gray 6/13 7/10

89822 ENGL-111-007 Freshman Composition 3 TTH 05:30PM 08:30PM EAST AZTC119 Staff 6/14 8/7

89823 ENGL-111-008 Freshman Composition 3 MW 05:30PM 09:00PM MAIN 1803 Staff 6/13 7/23

90614 ENGL-111-009 Freshman Composition 3 MTWTHF 12:30PM 01:40PM WEST KRTLD116 Staff 6/13 8/7

89825 ENGL-111-601 Freshman Composition 3 INET ONLINE Skipper 5/16 6/26

89824 ENGL-111-602 Freshman Composition 3 INET ONLINE Skipper 5/16 6/26

89826 ENGL-118-001 Technical Composition 3 MTWTH 08:00AM 09:40AM MAIN 1304 Staff 6/13 7/24

89827 ENGL-118-601 Technical Composition 3 INET ONLINE Sullivan 5/16 7/10

90665 ENGL-125-601 Intro to Creative Writing 3 INET ONLINE Mathes 6/13 7/24

89828 ENGL-211-001 Advanced Composition 3 MTWTH 08:00AM 09:15AM MAIN 1214 Deswood 5/16 7/10

89829 ENGL-211-002 Advanced Composition 3 MTWTH 10:15AM 11:55AM MAIN 1220 Staff 6/13 7/24

89831 ENGL-211-003 Advanced Composition 3 MTWTH 12:30PM 01:45PM MAIN 1203 Staff 5/16 7/10

89830 ENGL-211-601 Advanced Composition 3 INET ONLINE Sullivan 5/16 7/10

89832 ENGL-218-001 Advanced Technical Composition 3 MTWTH 10:15AM 11:55AM MAIN 1859 Staff 6/13 7/24

89833 ENGL-218-601 Advanced Technical Composition 3 INET ONLINE Staff 5/16 7/10

2012 SAN JUAN COLLEGE SUMMER SCHEDULE

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ALL SUMMER

COURSES

Summer Schedule 2012

CODE COURSE ID COURSE TITLE CREDIT DAYS STARTS ENDS LOCATION ROOM INSTR. PERM/FEES START END

FIRE SCIENCE

Selective admission - Admission by separate application only. Call 566-3049

89837 FIRE-240-001 Firefighter I Skills Lab 4 MAIN ARR McKinnon $10 5/16 8/7

90460 FIRE-242-001 Firefighter II Skills Lab 4 MAIN ARR McKinnon $10 5/16 8/7

90461 FIRE-246-001 Fire Fighting Equip/Apparatus 4 MAIN ARR McKinnon $10 5/16 8/7

89838 FIRE-280-001 Firefighter Career Internship 4 MAIN ARR McKinnon $10 5/16 8/7

GEOLOGY

89841 GEOL-110-001 Introduction to Geology 4 MTWTH 02:00PM 03:10PM WEST KRTLD111 Nelson $20 5/16 7/10

MTWTH 03:20PM 04:10PM WEST KRTLD111 5/16 7/10

90632 GEOL-110-002 Introduction to Geology 4 MTWTH 09:30AM 10:40AM MAIN 1805 McCarley $20 6/13 8/7

MTWTH 10:50AM 11:40AM MAIN 1805 6/13 8/7

89842 GEOL-120-001 Intro to Petroleum Geology 4 MTWTHF 08:00AM 10:30AM MAIN 1805 Burris $20 5/14 6/1

MTWTHF 10:40AM 12:30PM MAIN 1805 5/14 6/1

HONORS

COURSES

GERMAN

93182 GERM-111-001 Elementary German 4 MTWTH 01:30PM 03:45PM MAIN 1743 Reyes 6/13 7/24

HEALTH

89863 HLTH-118-601 Intro to Nutrition 3 INET ONLINE Curtis 5/16 8/7

89864 HLTH-118-602 Intro to Nutrition 3 INET ONLINE Curtis 6/13 8/7

HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

89855 HITP-110-601 Medical Terminology 3 INET ONLINE Johnson 5/16 8/7

89856 HITP-110-602 Medical Terminology 3 INET ONLINE Johnson 5/16 8/7

89857 HITP-110-603 Medical Terminology 3 INET ONLINE Honstad 5/16 8/7

90382 HITP-112-601 Human Body Structures & Funct 4 INET ONLINE Fuhrman 5/16 8/7

89858 HITP-116-601 Computerized Business Applicat 3 INET ONLINE Winston 5/16 8/7

Courses below are selective admission - Admission by separate application only. Call 566-3597

90383 HITP-130-601 Pathophysiology: HITP 3 INET ONLINE Bruce Y 5/16 8/7

89859 HITP-140-601 Computers in Health Care 3 INET ONLINE Johnson Y 5/16 8/7

89860 HITP-160-601 Pharmacology & Lab Procedures 3 INET ONLINE Staff Y 5/16 8/7

90379 HITP-262-601 Prof Practice Exper Coding 1 INET ONLINE Bruce Y 5/16 8/7

90380 HITP-264-601 Prof Practice Experience HIT 2 INET ONLINE Honstad Y 5/16 8/7

89861 HITP-270-601 HIT Seminar 1 INET ONLINE Honstad Y/$229 6/13 8/7

90381 HITP-272-601 Coding Seminar 1 INET ONLINE Bruce Y 6/13 8/7

HISTORY

89845 HIST-121-001 Western Civilization to 1700 3 MTWTH 10:15AM 12:00PM MAIN 1202 Jones 6/13 7/24

89846 HIST-121-601 Western Civilization to 1700 3 INET ONLINE Putintsev 5/16 6/26

90575 HIST-122-001 Western Civilization From 1700 3 MTWTH 10:15AM 12:45PM MAIN 1203 Lambert 7/11 8/7

89847 HIST-122-601 Western Civilization From 1700 3 INET ONLINE Putintsev 6/27 8/7

89849 HIST-122-602 Western Civilization From 1700 3 INET ONLINE Waters 6/13 7/24

89850 HIST-211-001 U.S. History to 1865 3 MTW 12:30PM 02:10PM MAIN 1801 Staff 5/16 7/4

89851 HIST-211-002 U.S. History to 1865 3 TTH 05:30PM 08:30PM EAST AZTC118 Kirchmer 6/14 8/7

89852 HIST-212-001 U.S. History From 1865 3 MTWTH 10:15AM 12:45PM MAIN 1613 Bramhall 5/16 6/12

90633 HIST-212-002 U.S. History From 1865 3 TWTH 05:30PM 07:30PM WEST KRTLD301 Staff 5/16 6/26

89853 HIST-212-0H1 HNRS: U.S. History From 1865 3 MTWTH 10:15AM 12:45PM MAIN 1613 Bramhall 5/16 6/12

89854 HIST-260-601 New Mexico History 3 INET ONLINE Robison 6/13 8/7

HONORS

ART

89622 ARTS-217-0H1 HNRS:Art-Elem School Teachers 3 MTW 05:30PM 08:40PM MAIN 9032 Smith 6/13 7/10

HISTORY

89853 HIST-212-0H1 HNRS: U.S. History From 1865 3 MTWTH 10:15AM 12:45PM MAIN 1613 Bramhall 5/16 6/12

PHILOSOPHY

90034 PHIL-110-0H1 HNRS: Intro to Philosophy 3 MTWTH 01:00PM 03:30PM MAIN 1927 Lambert 6/13 7/10

HORTICULTURE

89866 HORT-285-001 Cooperative Education 1 MAIN ARR Lombard 5/16 8/7

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Notes: Y-Permission Required; SPTO - Special Topics; HNRS - Honors; :- Web Enhanced (Class requires internet access) Building codes will be on your individual class schedule.

Evening courses, offered after 5 p.m., are in boldface type. Schedule is subject to change. For up-to-date class information, go to the online Class Schedule at sanjuancollege.edu.


Summer Schedule 2012

CODE COURSE ID COURSE TITLE CREDIT DAYS STARTS ENDS LOCATION ROOM INSTR. PERM/FEES START END

90657 HORT-299-001 SPTO:Botanical Illustration 3 TWTH 05:00PM 07:15PM MAIN 1805 Reeves 6/14 7/24

INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY

90540 TECH-110-001 Industrial Technology I 4 MWTH 02:30PM 05:40PM MAIN 2404 Keller 5/14 6/22

INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROLS TECHNOLOGY

89870 INST-140-001 Applied Basic DC Circuits 3 T 05:30PM 06:45PM MAIN 1506 Kraemer Y 6/12 8/2

MAIN 1514 6/12 8/2

89872 INST-220-001 Process Control 5 W 05:30PM 06:45PM MAIN 1506 Delabarcena 6/12 8/2

MAIN 1514 6/12 8/2

89873 INST-235-001 ElectroMechanical Devices 5 TH 05:30PM 06:45PM MAIN 1506 Kraemer 6/12 8/2

MAIN 1514 6/12 8/2

ALL SUMMER

COURSES

LEARNING SUPPORT

90693 LRNS-080-001 Foundational Math Accelerator 3 MWTH 08:30AM 04:30PM MAIN 1402 Leach Y 6/25 8/7

89876 LRNS-299-001 SPTO: Launch Summer Bridge 1 MTWTHF 09:00AM 04:00PM MAIN TBA Schroeder Y 6/4 6/15

LEGAL ASSISTANT

89874 LEAS-280-001 Cooperative Education 3 MAIN ARR Coyner Y 5/16 8/7

MATHEMATICS

89881 MATH-050-001 Fundamental Mathematics 3 MTWTH 09:00AM 11:40AM MAIN 1305 Staff 6/13 7/10

89882 MATH-095-001 Pre-Algebra : 4 MTWTH 09:00AM 10:40AM MAIN 7237 Laughlin 5/16 7/10

89884 MATH-095-002 Pre-Algebra 4 MTWTH 09:00AM 11:10AM MAIN 1814 Baade 6/13 7/24

90684 MATH-095-003 Pre-Algebra 4 MTWTH 02:45PM 04:25PM MAIN 1810 Sawyer 6/13 8/7

89883 MATH-095-004 Pre-Algebra 4 MTWTH 04:00PM 05:40PM WEST KRTLD303 Hansen 6/13 8/7

89885 MATH-095-601 Pre-Algebra 4 INET ONLINE Rabuck 5/16 6/26

89886 MATH-095-602 Pre-Algebra 4 INET ONLINE Baade 6/13 7/24

89888 MATH-096-001 Introductory Algebra 4 MTWTHF 12:15PM 02:25PM MAIN 1741 Johnson 5/16 6/26

89889 MATH-096-002 Introductory Algebra 4 MTWTH 08:00AM 09:40AM MAIN 1925 G. Williams 6/13 8/7

89890 MATH-096-003 Introductory Algebra 4 MTWTH 10:00AM 11:40AM MAIN 1739 Peters 6/13 8/7

89892 MATH-096-004 Introductory Algebra 4 MTWTH 05:30PM 07:10PM WEST KRTLD301 L. Kinsel 6/13 8/7

89893 MATH-096-601 Introductory Algebra 4 INET ONLINE Rabuck 5/16 6/26

89894 MATH-096-602 Introductory Algebra 4 INET ONLINE R. Williams 6/13 7/24

89896 MATH-113-001 Math for Technical Careers 3 MTWTHF 10:15AM 11:55AM MAIN 1741 Johnson 5/16 6/26

89897 MATH-113-601 Math for Technical Careers 3 INET ONLINE DeSpain 5/16 6/12

89898 MATH-114-601 Math for Health Careers 3 INET ONLINE Laughlin 5/16 6/26

89899 MATH-114-602 Math for Health Careers 3 INET ONLINE Baade 6/13 7/24

89901 MATH-115-001 Int Algebra-Applications 4 MTWTHF 08:00AM 10:10AM MAIN 1741 Johnson 5/16 6/26

90688 MATH-115-002 Int Algebra-Applications 4 MTWTH 02:45PM 04:25PM MAIN 1739 Peters 6/13 8/7

89902 MATH-115-003 Int Algebra-Applications 4 MTWTH 08:00AM 09:40AM MAIN 1743 Clark 6/13 8/7

89903 MATH-115-601 Int Algebra-Applications 4 INET ONLINE DeSpain 5/16 6/26

89904 MATH-115-602 Int Algebra-Applications 4 INET ONLINE R. Williams 6/13 7/24

89906 MATH-130-002 Conceptual Mathematics 3 MTWTH 01:00PM 02:40PM MAIN 1739 Peters 6/13 7/24

89907 MATH-130-601 Conceptual Mathematics 3 INET ONLINE G. Williams 6/13 7/24

90690 MATH-160-001 College Algebra : 3 MTWTHF 10:15AM 12:20PM MAIN 1810 DeSpain 5/16 6/12

90691 MATH-160-002 College Algebra : 3 MTWTH 10:00AM 11:40AM MAIN 1743 Berkey 6/13 7/24

90692 MATH-160-601 College Algebra 3 INET ONLINE Elledge 6/13 7/24

90689 MATH-170-001 Pre-Calculus 4 MTWTH 02:00PM 03:40PM MAIN 1814 Elledge 6/13 8/7

89908 MATH-180-001 Trigonometry 3 MTWTHF 08:00AM 10:05AM MAIN 1812 Willie 5/16 6/12

89910 MATH-188-001 Calculus I 4 MTWTH 10:15AM 12:20PM MAIN 1922 G. Williams 6/13 8/7

89911 MATH-189-001 Calculus II 4 MTWTH 10:15AM 12:20PM MAIN 1921 Willie 5/16 7/10

89912 MATH-251-601 Statistics 4 INET ONLINE Elledge 6/13 8/7

MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNICIAN

89914 MLTS-160-001 Theory of Phlebotomy 2 WEST KRTLD113 Staff 6/11 6/25

WEST KRTLD113 6/15 6/29

89916 MLTS-161-001 Phlebotomy Practice 2 OTHER ARR Staff 7/2 8/7

89917 MLTS-212-001 Urinalysis and Body Fluids 1 TWTHF 01:00PM 05:00PM MAIN 3210 Doshi $50 6/12 6/29

MUSIC

89920 MUSI-110-001 Introduction to Music 3 MW 10:15AM 12:15PM MAIN 9212 Collins 5/16 7/9

89921 MUSI-114-001 Fundamentals of Music Theory 3 TTH 10:15AM 12:15PM MAIN 9212 Stovall 5/17 7/10

90609 MUSI-120-001 APMU: Instrumental - Organ 1 MAIN ARR Collins Y/$100 5/16 7/10

2012 SAN JUAN COLLEGE SUMMER SCHEDULE

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ALL SUMMER

COURSES

Summer Schedule 2012

CODE COURSE ID COURSE TITLE CREDIT DAYS STARTS ENDS LOCATION ROOM INSTR. PERM/FEES START END

89922 MUSI-121-001 APMU: Guitar 1 MAIN ARR Peck $100 5/16 8/7

90610 MUSI-121-002 APMU: Guitar 1 MAIN ARR Peck $100 6/13 8/7

89923 MUSI-123-001 APMU: Piano 1 MAIN ARR Collins $100 5/16 7/10

89924 MUSI-124-001 APMU: Voice 1 MAIN ARR Kidd $100 5/16 7/10

89925 MUSI-124-002 APMU: Voice 1 MAIN ARR Collins $100 5/16 7/10

89926 MUSI-157-001 Class Piano I-Beginning 1 TH 12:30PM 02:00PM MAIN 9207 Collins 5/17 7/5

89927 MUSI-165-001 Beginning Guitar Group Instr 1 T 06:00PM 08:00PM MAIN 9210 Peck $30 5/22 7/10

90615 MUSI-174-001 Vocal Ensemble 1 MAIN ARR Edwards Y 5/16 8/7

89928 MUSI-180-001 Concert Band 1 TH 06:00PM 09:00PM MAIN 9210 Cochrane 6/14 8/2

89929 MUSI-184-001 Orchestra 1 M 06:30PM 09:00PM MAIN 9210 Cochrane 7/16 8/6

89930 MUSI-203-001 APMU: Piano 1 MAIN ARR Collins $100 5/16 7/10

89931 MUSI-206-001 APMU: Voice 1 MAIN ARR Kidd $100 5/16 7/10

90637 MUSI-206-002 APMU: Voice 1 MAIN ARR Collins $100 5/16 7/10

89932 MUSI-218-001 Music in the Elem Classroom 3 MTWTH 01:00PM 03:40PM MAIN 9210 Cochrane 7/11 8/7

90611 MUSI-299-001 SPTO: Piano Teacher Training 1 T 12:30PM 02:30PM MAIN 9212 Collins 5/22 7/10

NAVAJO STUDIES

90643 NAVA-105-001 SPIN: Basic Navajo Convers 2 TWTH 05:00PM 07:00PM WEST KRTLD116 Carr 6/13 7/24

89933 NAVA-111-001 Elementary Navajo I 4 MTWTH 10:00AM 12:15PM MAIN TBA Lee 6/27 8/7

NURSING

Selective admission - Admission by separate application only. Call 566-3224

89984 NURS-135-001 Nursing Externship 4 MT 07:00AM 07:00PM OTHER ARR Duncan Y 5/16 8/7

90496 NURS-261-001 Reiki Level I 1 MT 08:30AM 05:00PM MAIN 55349 Duncan Y 5/14 5/15

90497 NURS-262-002 Reiki Level II 1 WTH 08:30AM 05:00PM MAIN 55349 Duncan Y 5/16 5/17

90498 NURS-263-001 Reiki Level III 1 WTH 08:30AM 05:00PM MAIN 55349 Duncan Y 5/16 5/17

OUTDOOR LEADERSHIP EDUCATION AND RECREATION

90596 OLER-171-001 Canoeing 2 09:00AM 04:00PM MAIN 55206 $60 7/13 7/13

MAIN ARR 7/14 7/22

90587 OLER-299-001 SPTO: Expedition Sea Kayaking 3 W 08:00AM 05:00PM MAIN 55341 Bieg $120 5/16 5/16

MAIN ARR 5/17 5/22

90598 OLER-299-002 SPTO: Intl Mountaineering 6 MAIN ARR Stratman $3,700 5/16 8/17

90588 OLER-299-003 SPTO: Rafting 2 TH 09:00AM 01:00PM MAIN 55206 Childers $80 5/31 5/31

MAIN ARR 5/31 6/4

90002 OLER-299-004 SPTO: Expedition Raft Class 3 W 06:00PM 08:00PM MAIN 55206 Bieg $150 6/6 6/6

MAIN ARR 6/14 6/20

90590 OLER-299-005 SPTO: AMGA Single Pitch Instr 3 COLO DURG Bieg $200 6/8 7/8

90591 OLER-299-006 SPTO: Whitewater Kayaking 2 FSSU 09:00AM 06:00PM MAIN 55336 Bieg $80 6/22 7/1

90003 OLER-299-007 SPTO: Apostle Isld Sea Kayak 4 M 05:30PM 09:30PM MAIN 55206 Bieg $600 6/11 7/2

MAIN ARR 7/10 7/17

90594 OLER-299-008 SPTO: ACA Raft Instructor 3 W 06:00PM 09:00PM MAIN 55206 Bieg $150 7/11 7/11

MAIN ARR 7/12 7/15

90597 OLER-299-009 SPTO: Exp Backpacking (MEC) 3 T 05:30PM 08:30PM MAIN 55206 Bieg $120 7/10 7/10

MAIN ARR 7/19 7/25

90004 OLER-299-010 SPTO: Advanced Rock Climbing 3 T 05:30PM 08:30PM MAIN 55206 Bieg Y/$120 7/23 7/23

MAIN ARR 7/27 8/2

PHILOSOPHY

90033 PHIL-110-001 Introduction to Philosophy 3 MTWTH 01:00PM 03:30PM MAIN 1927 Lambert 6/13 7/10

90034 PHIL-110-0H1 HNRS: Intro to Philosophy 3 MTWTH 01:00PM 03:30PM MAIN 1927 Lambert 6/13 7/10

90035 PHIL-110-601 Introduction to Philosophy 3 INET ONLINE Waters 6/27 8/7

PHOTOGRAPHY

90037 PHOT-160-601 Digital Photography 3 INET ONLINE Chambers $20 6/13 7/24

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

90023 PHED-113-601 Intro to Personal Training 3 INET ONLINE Curtis 5/16 8/7

90024 PHED-116-001 Fitness Training I 1 INET ONLINE Curtis $45 5/16 8/7

90475 PHED-116-601 Fitness Training I 1 INET ONLINE Curtis Y 5/16 8/7

90025 PHED-117-001 Fitness Training II 1 INET ONLINE Curtis $45 5/16 8/7

90477 PHED-117-601 Fitness Training II 1 INET ONLINE Curtis Y 5/16 8/7

90026 PHED-127-001 Beginning Yoga I 1 MTTH 10:15AM 11:05AM MAIN 55208 Higgins $45 6/13 8/7

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Notes: Y-Permission Required; SPTO - Special Topics; HNRS - Honors; :- Web Enhanced (Class requires internet access) Building codes will be on your individual class schedule.

Evening courses, offered after 5 p.m., are in boldface type. Schedule is subject to change. For up-to-date class information, go to the online Class Schedule at sanjuancollege.edu.


Summer Schedule 2012

CODE COURSE ID COURSE TITLE CREDIT DAYS STARTS ENDS LOCATION ROOM INSTR. PERM/FEES START END

90478 PHED-127-002 Beginning Yoga I 1 MW 06:00PM 07:35PM MAIN 55208 Higgins $45 6/13 8/7

90027 PHED-137-001 Weight Training I 1 MTWTH 08:00AM 09:35AM MAIN 55206 Mike $45 6/13 7/10

90028 PHED-138-001 Weight Loss & Weight Training 3 MTWTHF 08:00AM 10:30AM MAIN 55338 Rice $50 5/16 6/5

90483 PHED-144-001 Group Exercise 1 MTTH 05:30PM 06:35PM BLOOM BCNT Staff 6/14 8/7

90031 PHED-155-001 First Aid/CPR 2 F 05:00PM 10:00PM MAIN 55340 Hardy $10 6/8 6/8

SSU 08:30AM 05:30PM MAIN 55340 6/9 6/10

90032 PHED-155-002 First Aid/CPR 2 F 05:00PM 10:00PM MAIN 55340 Hardy $10 7/13 7/13

SSU 08:30AM 05:30PM MAIN 55340 7/14 7/15

90580 PHED-299-001 SPTO: Zumba 1 MTWTH 10:00AM 10:50AM MAIN 55209 Mathes $45 6/13 7/24

PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT

Selective admission - Admission by separate application only. Call 566-3425

90062 PTAP-130-601 Pathophysiology for A/H Stdnt 3 INET ONLINE Thomas Y/$250 5/16 8/7

90063 PTAP-140-001 Therapeutic Exercise 3 MW 08:30AM 02:00PM MAIN 55336 Staff Y/$150 5/16 8/7

90064 PTAP-150-601 PTA Procedures I 4 INET ONLINE Fourr Y 5/16 8/7

90065 PTAP-160-001 PTA Procedures II 3 TTH 08:30AM 02:00PM MAIN 55336 Sandoval Y 5/16 8/7

90066 PTAP-230-001 Clinical Externships (Acute) 4 MTWTHF 08:00AM 05:00PM MAIN ARR Cooper Y/$150 7/23 8/17

90067 PTAP-250-601 PTA Procedures III 4 INET ONLINE Cooper Y 5/16 8/7

90393 PTAP-230-601 Clinical Externships (Acute) 4 INET ONLINE Millis Y/$250 5/16 8/7

ALL SUMMER

COURSES

PHYSICS

90039 PHYS-111-601 Intro to Physics 4 INET ONLINE Wood 5/16 7/10

POLITICAL SCIENCE

90403 POLS-110-001 Intro to Political Science 3 MTWTH 12:30PM 03:45PM MAIN 1861 Palier 5/16 6/6

PRE NURSING

90040 PNUR-110-001 Nurse Aide Certification 6 MTWTHF 08:00AM 12:00PM MAIN 55340 Staff $25 5/16 8/7

90041 PNUR-110-002 Nurse Aide Certification 6 MTWTH 01:00PM 06:00PM WEST KRTLD201 Staff $25 5/16 8/7

PSYCHOLOGY

92847 PSYC-115-001 Interpersonal & Career Dev. 3 MTWTH 01:00PM 03:40PM MAIN 1303 Walton 6/13 7/10

90043 PSYC-120-001 Introduction to Psychology 3 MTWTH 08:00AM 09:40AM MAIN 1801 VanSickle 6/13 7/24

90044 PSYC-120-002 Introduction to Psychology 3 MTWTH 10:15AM 11:55AM MAIN 1801 VanSickle 6/13 7/24

90046 PSYC-120-003 Introduction to Psychology 3 MTWTH 10:15AM 11:55AM MAIN 1303 Wesch 6/27 8/7

90045 PSYC-120-004 Introduction to Psychology 3 MTWTH 02:45PM 05:25PM MAIN 1859 Penrod-Mortensen 5/16 6/12

90047 PSYC-120-005 Introduction to Psychology 3 MTWTH 05:30PM 08:00PM MAIN 1801 Rainwater 7/11 8/7

90641 PSYC-120-006 Introduction to Psychology 3 MW 05:30PM 08:30PM EAST AZTC113 Vallee 6/13 8/6

90048 PSYC-120-601 Introduction to Psychology 3 INET ONLINE Ericksen 5/16 7/10

90049 PSYC-120-602 Introduction to Psychology 3 INET ONLINE Ericksen 5/16 7/10

90052 PSYC-120-603 Introduction to Psychology 3 INET ONLINE Staff 6/13 7/24

90050 PSYC-120-604 Introduction to Psychology 3 INET ONLINE Parry 6/13 8/7

90051 PSYC-120-605 Introduction to Psychology 3 INET ONLINE Staff 6/13 8/7

90053 PSYC-210-001 Stats for Social & Beh Science 3 MTWTH 10:15AM 11:55AM MAIN 7225 Salazar 6/13 7/24

90055 PSYC-230-001 Human Development 3 MTWTH 12:30PM 02:10PM MAIN 7225 Salazar 6/13 7/24

90056 PSYC-230-002 Human Development 3 TTH 06:00PM 08:30PM MAIN 1861 Penrod-Mortensen 6/14 8/7

92848 PSYC-230-003 Human Development 3 MTWTH 08:00AM 09:40AM MAIN 7226 Wesch 6/27 8/7

90058 PSYC-230-601 Human Development 3 INET ONLINE Parry 6/13 8/7

90059 PSYC-230-602 Human Development 3 INET ONLINE Hughson 5/16 7/10

90060 PSYC-265-001 Abnormal Psychology 3 MWTH 03:00PM 05:30PM MAIN 7225 Salazar 6/13 7/24

READING

90068 RDNG-095-001 Critical Reading 3 MTWTHF 10:15AM 12:20PM MAIN 1606 Savage 5/16 8/7

90070 RDNG-113-001 Academic Reading and Study 3 MTWTHF 12:30PM 02:35PM MAIN 1606 Savage 5/16 8/7

90071 RDNG-113-002 Academic Reading and Study 3 MTWTHF 10:00AM 11:55AM MAIN 1306 Staff 5/16 8/7

90072 RDNG-113-601 Academic Reading and Study 3 INET ONLINE Phelps 5/16 8/7

90599 RDNG-252-001 Dgnst Tch Rdg in Elem School 3 TTH 04:00PM 08:00PM MAIN 1623 Fredericks 6/19 7/26

SOCIOLOGY

90273 SOCI-110-001 Introduction to Sociology 3 MTWTH 10:15AM 12:55PM MAIN 1803 Penrod-Mortensen 5/16 6/12

90274 SOCI-110-002 Introduction to Sociology 3 MTWTH 10:15AM 12:55PM MAIN 7221 Penrod-Mortensen 6/13 7/10

90568 SOCI-110-003 Introduction to Sociology 3 TTH 05:30PM 08:30PM EAST AZTC113 Vallee 6/14 8/7

90275 SOCI-110-601 Introduction to Sociology 3 INET ONLINE Nass 5/16 7/10

2012 SAN JUAN COLLEGE SUMMER SCHEDULE

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ALL SUMMER

COURSES

Summer Schedule 2012

CODE COURSE ID COURSE TITLE CREDIT DAYS STARTS ENDS LOCATION ROOM INSTR. PERM/FEES START END

90276 SOCI-110-602 Introduction to Sociology 3 INET ONLINE Nass 5/16 7/10

90277 SOCI-110-603 Introduction to Sociology 3 INET ONLINE Staff 6/13 8/7

90278 SOCI-210-601 Social Problems 3 INET ONLINE Hughson 5/16 7/10

90279 SOCI-215-601 Sociology of Marriage & Fam 3 INET ONLINE Hughson 5/16 7/10

92613 SOCI-299-001 SPTO: Sociology of Developmen 3 OTHER ARR Palier 7/22 8/3

SPANISH

90282 SPAN-111-001 Elem Spanish I 4 MTWTH 10:00AM 12:15PM MAIN 1925 Allison-Reyes 6/13 7/24

90283 SPAN-111-002 Elem Spanish I 4 MTWTH 01:00PM 03:15PM MAIN 1925 Lopez 6/13 7/24

93180 SPAN-105-001 SPIN: Beginning Conversation I 2 MTW 01:00PM 02:40PM MAIN 1803 Hutson 6/13 7/23

SURGICAL TECHNOLOGY

Selective admission - Admission by separate application only. Call 566-3853

90285 SURG-114-001 3rd Level of Surgical Tech 6 MTWTH 08:00AM 11:30AM MAIN 3203 Chapman Y/$100 5/9 7/3

90286 SURG-116-001 4th Level to Surgical Tech 6 MTWTH 08:00AM 11:30AM MAIN 3203 Chapman Y/$100 7/5 8/28

TOYOTA TECHNICAL EDUCATION NETWORK

Selective admission - Admission by separate application only. Call 566-3388

90290 TTEN-150-001 Engines & Related Systems 4 MTWTHF 07:00AM 01:30PM MAIN 2401 Montoya Y/$65 5/14 5/31

90537 TTEN-155-001 Toyota Adv Air Induction Sys 2 MTWTHF 07:00AM 01:30PM MAIN 2401 McCartney Y 6/1 6/6

90291 TTEN-160-001 Heating & Air Conditioning 2 MTWTHF 07:00AM 01:30PM MAIN 2401 McCartney Y 6/7 6/13

90640 TTEN-165-001 Toyota Adv HVAC Diagnosis 3 MTWTHF 07:00AM 01:30PM MAIN 2404 McCartney Y 6/14 6/22

90539 TTEN-282-001 Toyota Cooperative Work Educ 4 MAIN ARR Meier Y 6/25 8/17

THEATRE

90289 THEA-240-001 Creative Dramatics 3 TTHF 10:15AM 12:15PM MAIN 1401 Easley 6/14 7/24

VETERINARY TECHNOLOGY

Selective admission - Admission by separate application only. Call 566-3838

90294 VETT-111-601 Vet Nursing Care I 2 INET ONLINE Spencer Y 5/14 8/7

90295 VETT-111-602 Vet Nursing Care I 2 INET ONLINE Spencer Y 5/14 8/7

90296 VETT-111-603 Vet Nursing Care I 2 INET ONLINE Spencer Y 5/14 8/7

90297 VETT-111-604 Vet Nursing Care I 2 INET ONLINE Spencer Y 5/14 8/7

90298 VETT-112-601 Vet Business Procedures 2 INET ONLINE Roach Y 5/14 8/7

90299 VETT-112-602 Vet Business Procedures 2 INET ONLINE Roach Y 5/14 8/7

90300 VETT-112-603 Vet Business Procedures 2 INET ONLINE Roach Y 5/14 8/7

90661 VETT-112-604 Vet Business Procedures 2 INET ONLINE Roach Y 5/14 8/7

90301 VETT-113-601 Small Animal Disease I 2 INET ONLINE Reed Y 5/14 8/7

90302 VETT-113-602 Small Animal Disease I 2 INET ONLINE Reed Y 5/14 8/7

90303 VETT-113-603 Small Animal Disease I 2 INET ONLINE Reed Y 5/14 8/7

90663 VETT-113-604 Small Animal Disease I 2 INET ONLINE Reed Y 5/14 8/7

90305 VETT-114-601 Pharmacology & Med Thera 2 INET ONLINE Procassini Y 5/14 8/7

90306 VETT-114-602 Pharmacology & Med Thera 2 INET ONLINE Procassini Y 5/14 8/7

90307 VETT-114-603 Pharmacology & Med Thera 2 INET ONLINE Procassini Y 5/14 8/7

90664 VETT-114-604 Pharmacology & Med Thera 2 INET ONLINE Procassini Y 5/14 8/7

90309 VETT-115-601 Vet Anesth & Surg Asst I 2 INET ONLINE Fox Y 5/14 8/7

90310 VETT-115-602 Vet Anesth & Surg Asst I 2 INET ONLINE Fox Y 5/14 8/7

90311 VETT-115-603 Vet Anesth & Surg Asst I 2 INET ONLINE Fox Y 5/14 8/7

90666 VETT-115-604 Vet Anesth & Surg Asst I 2 INET ONLINE Fox Y 5/14 8/7

90312 VETT-116-601 Vet Diagnostic Imaging I 2 INET ONLINE Buchanan Y 5/14 8/7

90313 VETT-116-602 Vet Diagnostic Imaging I 2 INET ONLINE Buchanan Y 5/14 8/7

90314 VETT-116-603 Vet Diagnostic Imaging I 2 INET ONLINE Buchanan Y 5/14 8/7

90315 VETT-116-604 Vet Diagnostic Imaging I 2 INET ONLINE Buchanan Y 5/14 8/7

90316 VETT-117-601 Vet Clinical Pathology I 2 INET ONLINE Mould Y 5/14 8/7

90317 VETT-117-602 Vet Clinical Pathology I 2 INET ONLINE Mould Y 5/14 8/7

90318 VETT-117-603 Vet Clinical Pathology I 2 INET ONLINE Mould Y 5/14 8/7

90319 VETT-117-604 Vet Clinical Pathology I 2 INET ONLINE Mould Y 5/14 8/7

90320 VETT-118-601 Veterinary Medical Terminology 2 INET ONLINE Hair Y 5/14 8/7

90321 VETT-118-602 Veterinary Medical Terminology 2 INET ONLINE Hair Y 5/14 8/7

90322 VETT-118-603 Veterinary Medical Terminology 2 INET ONLINE Hair Y 5/14 8/7

90667 VETT-118-604 Veterinary Medical Terminology 2 INET ONLINE Hair Y 5/14 8/7

90668 VETT-118-605 Veterinary Medical Terminology 2 INET ONLINE Hair Y 5/14 8/7

90323 VETT-130-601 Vet Nursing Care II 2 INET ONLINE Reed Y 5/14 8/7

90324 VETT-130-602 Vet Nursing Care II 2 INET ONLINE Reed Y 5/14 8/7

Notes: Y-Permission Required; SPTO - Special Topics; HNRS - Honors; :- Web Enhanced (Class requires internet access) Building codes will be on your individual class schedule.

Evening courses, offered after 5 p.m., are in boldface type. Schedule is subject to change. For up-to-date class information, go to the online Class Schedule at sanjuancollege.edu.

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Summer Schedule 2012

CODE COURSE ID COURSE TITLE CREDIT DAYS STARTS ENDS LOCATION ROOM INSTR. PERM/FEES START END

ONLINE CLASSES

ACCOUNTING

89601 ACCT-201-601 Fundamentals of Accounting I 4 INET ONLINE Jordan 5/16 8/7

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE ASSISTANT

89605 AOAP-115-601 Practical Bus Math Procedures 3 INET ONLINE Jordan 5/16 7/10

ONLINE CLASSES

ANTHROPOLOGY

89602 ANTH-110-601 Intro to Anthropology 3 INET ONLINE Cooper 5/16 7/10

90554 ANTH-210-601 Intro to Cultural Anthropology 3 INET ONLINE Cooper 5/16 7/10

ART

89615 ARTS-110-601 Orientation in Art 3 INET ONLINE Darmody 6/13 7/10

ASTRONOMY

90607 ASTR-110-601 Intro to Astronomy 4 INET ONLINE Mayeux 6/13 8/7

BIOLOGY

89662 BIOL-112-601 Human Body Structures & Funct 4 INET ONLINE Goodrich Y 5/16 8/7

89663 BIOL-112-602 Human Body Structures & Funct 4 INET ONLINE Goodrich Y 5/16 8/7

89664 BIOL-121-601 Intro Biology I 4 INET ONLINE Hair 5/16 7/10

89665 BIOL-121-602 Intro Biology I 4 INET ONLINE Lewis 6/13 8/7

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

89658 BADM-114-601 Intro to Business 3 INET ONLINE Maloney 5/16 7/13

89659 BADM-134-601 Supervision 3 INET ONLINE Kant 5/16 8/7

89660 BADM-233-601 Principles of Management 3 INET ONLINE Kant 5/16 8/7

90569 BADM-295-601 SPTO:Non Profit Funding 3 INET ONLINE Willman-Kozimor 5/21 7/9

BUSINESS LAW

90426 BLAW-230-601 Business Law 3 INET ONLINE Coyner 5/16 7/13

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

89696 COMM-110-601 Public Speaking 3 INET ONLINE Hattabaugh 6/13 8/7

89701 COMM-111-601 Interpersonal Communication 3 INET ONLINE Reherman 5/16 6/12

89702 COMM-111-602 Interpersonal Communication 3 INET ONLINE Reherman 5/16 6/12

89703 COMM-111-603 Interpersonal Communication 3 INET ONLINE Hattabaugh 6/13 8/7

89704 COMM-111-604 Interpersonal Communication 3 INET ONLINE Reherman 6/13 7/10

89705 COMM-111-605 Interpersonal Communication 3 INET ONLINE Reherman 6/13 7/10

89706 COMM-111-6H1 Interpersonal Communication 3 INET ONLINE Reherman 5/16 6/12

COMPUTER SCIENCE

89723 COSC-111-601 Computer Literacy 3 INET ONLINE Jordan 6/13 8/7

89728 COSC-125-601 Business Microcomputer Apps 3 INET ONLINE Baxter 6/13 7/24

89729 COSC-125-602 Business Microcomputer Apps 3 INET ONLINE Baxter 6/13 7/24

89730 COSC-125-603 Business Microcomputer Apps 3 INET ONLINE Baxter 6/13 7/24

CULTURAL HERITAGE

89742 CUHT-200-601 Internship-Cooperative Education 1 INET ONLINE Kirchmer Y 5/16 7/10

ECONOMICS

89749 ECON-251-601 Macroeconomics 3 INET ONLINE Womack 6/12 8/7

89750 ECON-252-601 Microeconomics 3 INET ONLINE Womack 6/12 8/7

EDUCATION

90578 EDUC-130-601 Intro to Special Education 4 INET ONLINE Domme 6/11 7/30

Courses below are for alternative licensure program and require instructor permission. Call 566-3044

92638 EDUC-242-601 Foundations of Education 2 INET ONLINE Nelson Y 6/27 8/2

89752 EDUC-244-601 Fam, Schl & Comm Cultures 2 INET ONLINE Nelson Y 5/16 6/6

89753 EDUC-252-601 Elementary Teaching Methods 2 INET ONLINE Jaeger Y 6/18 7/23

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Notes: Y-Permission Required; SPTO - Special Topics; HNRS - Honors; :- Web Enhanced (Class requires internet access) Building codes will be on your individual class schedule.

Evening courses, offered after 5 p.m., are in boldface type. Schedule is subject to change. For up-to-date class information, go to the online Class Schedule at sanjuancollege.edu.


Summer Schedule 2012

CODE COURSE ID COURSE TITLE CREDIT DAYS STARTS ENDS LOCATION ROOM INSTR. PERM/FEES START END

ENGLISH

89814 ENGL-099-601 Basic Composition 3 INET ONLINE Mathes 6/13 7/24

89825 ENGL-111-601 Freshman Composition 3 INET ONLINE Skipper 5/16 6/26

89824 ENGL-111-602 Freshman Composition 3 INET ONLINE Skipper 5/16 6/26

89827 ENGL-118-601 Technical Composition 3 INET ONLINE Sullivan 5/16 7/10

90665 ENGL-125-601 Intro to Creative Writing 3 INET ONLINE Mathes 6/13 7/24

89830 ENGL-211-601 Advanced Composition 3 INET ONLINE Sullivan 5/16 7/10

89833 ENGL-218-601 Advanced Technical Composition 3 INET ONLINE Staff 5/16 7/10

HEALTH

89863 HLTH-118-601 Intro to Nutrition 3 INET ONLINE Curtis 5/16 8/7

89864 HLTH-118-602 Intro to Nutrition 3 INET ONLINE Curtis 6/13 8/7

HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

89855 HITP-110-601 Medical Terminology 3 INET ONLINE Johnson 5/16 8/7

89856 HITP-110-602 Medical Terminology 3 INET ONLINE Johnson 5/16 8/7

89857 HITP-110-603 Medical Terminology 3 INET ONLINE Honstad 5/16 8/7

90382 HITP-112-601 Human Body Structures & Funct 4 INET ONLINE Bruce 5/16 8/7

89858 HITP-116-601 Computerized Business Applicat 3 INET ONLINE Winston 5/16 8/7

Courses below are selective admission - Admission by separate application only. Call 566-3597

90383 HITP-130-601 Pathophysiology: HITP 3 INET ONLINE Bruce Y 5/16 8/7

89859 HITP-140-601 Computers in Health Care 3 INET ONLINE Johnson Y 5/16 8/7

89860 HITP-160-601 Pharmacology & Lab Procedures 3 INET ONLINE Staff Y 5/16 8/7

90379 HITP-262-601 Prof Practice Exper Coding 1 INET ONLINE Bruce Y 5/16 8/7

90380 HITP-264-601 Prof Practice Experience HIT 2 INET ONLINE Honstad Y 5/16 8/7

89861 HITP-270-601 HIT Seminar 1 INET ONLINE Honstad Y/$229 6/13 8/7

90381 HITP-272-601 Coding Seminar 1 INET ONLINE Bruce Y 6/13 8/7

ONLINE CLASSES

HISTORY

89846 HIST-121-601 Western Civilization to 1700 3 INET ONLINE Putintsev 5/16 6/26

89847 HIST-122-601 Western Civilization From 1700 3 INET ONLINE Putintsev 6/27 8/7

89849 HIST-122-602 Western Civilization From 1700 3 INET ONLINE Waters 6/13 7/24

89854 HIST-260-601 New Mexico History 3 INET ONLINE Robison 6/13 8/7

MATHEMATICS

89885 MATH-095-601 Pre-Algebra 4 INET ONLINE Rabuck 5/16 6/26

89886 MATH-095-602 Pre-Algebra 4 INET ONLINE Baade 6/13 7/24

89893 MATH-096-601 Introductory Algebra 4 INET ONLINE Rabuck 5/16 6/26

89894 MATH-096-602 Introductory Algebra 4 INET ONLINE R. Williams 6/13 7/24

89897 MATH-113-601 Math for Technical Careers 3 INET ONLINE DeSpain 5/16 6/12

89898 MATH-114-601 Math for Health Careers 3 INET ONLINE Laughlin 5/16 6/26

89899 MATH-114-602 Math for Health Careers 3 INET ONLINE Baade 6/13 7/24

89903 MATH-115-601 Int Algebra-Applications 4 INET ONLINE DeSpain 5/16 6/26

89904 MATH-115-602 Int Algebra-Applications 4 INET ONLINE R. Williams 6/13 7/24

89907 MATH-130-601 Conceptual Mathematics 3 INET ONLINE G. Williams 6/13 7/24

90692 MATH-160-601 College Algebra 3 INET ONLINE Elledge 6/13 7/24

89912 MATH-251-601 Statistics 4 INET ONLINE Elledge 6/13 8/7

PHILOSOPHY

90035 PHIL-110-601 Introduction to Philosophy 3 INET ONLINE Waters 6/27 8/7

PHOTOGRAPHY

90037 PHOT-160-601 Digital Photography 3 INET ONLINE Chambers $20 6/13 7/24

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

90023 PHED-113-601 Intro to Personal Training 3 INET ONLINE Curtis 5/16 8/7

90024 PHED-116-001 Fitness Training I 1 INET INET Curtis $45 5/16 8/7

90475 PHED-116-601 Fitness Training I 1 INET INET Curtis Y 5/16 8/7

90025 PHED-117-001 Fitness Training II 1 INET INET Curtis $45 5/16 8/7

90477 PHED-117-601 Fitness Training II 1 INET INET Curtis Y 5/16 8/7

PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT

Selective admission - Admission by separate application only. Call 566-3425

90062 PTAP-130-601 Pathophysiology for A/H Stdnt 3 INET ONLINE Thomas Y/$250 5/16 8/7

2012 SAN JUAN COLLEGE SUMMER SCHEDULE

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Summer Schedule 2012

CODE COURSE ID COURSE TITLE CREDIT DAYS STARTS ENDS LOCATION ROOM INSTR. PERM/FEES START END

90064 PTAP-150-601 PTA Procedures I 4 INET ONLINE Fourr Y 5/16 8/7

90393 PTAP-230-601 Clinical Externships (Acute) 4 INET ONLINE Millis Y/$250 5/16 8/7

90067 PTAP-250-601 PTA Procedures III 4 INET ONLINE Cooper Y 5/16 8/7

PHYSICS

90039 PHYS-111-601 Intro to Physics 4 INET ONLINE Wood 5/16 7/10

ONLINE CLASSES

PSYCHOLOGY

90048 PSYC-120-601 Introduction to Psychology 3 INET ONLINE Ericksen 5/16 7/10

90049 PSYC-120-602 Introduction to Psychology 3 INET ONLINE Ericksen 5/16 7/10

90052 PSYC-120-603 Introduction to Psychology 3 INET ONLINE Staff 6/13 7/24

90050 PSYC-120-604 Introduction to Psychology 3 INET ONLINE Parry 6/13 8/7

90051 PSYC-120-605 Introduction to Psychology 3 INET ONLINE Staff 6/13 8/7

90058 PSYC-230-601 Human Development 3 INET ONLINE Parry 6/13 8/7

90059 PSYC-230-602 Human Development 3 INET ONLINE Hughson 5/16 7/10

READING

90072 RDNG-113-601 Academic Reading and Study 3 INET ONLINE Phelps 5/16 8/7

SOCIOLOGY

90275 SOCI-110-601 Introduction to Sociology 3 INET ONLINE Nass 5/16 7/10

90276 SOCI-110-602 Introduction to Sociology 3 INET ONLINE Nass 5/16 7/10

90277 SOCI-110-603 Introduction to Sociology 3 INET ONLINE Staff 6/13 8/7

90278 SOCI-210-601 Social Problems 3 INET ONLINE Hughson 5/16 7/10

90279 SOCI-215-601 Sociology of Marriage & Fam 3 INET ONLINE Hughson 5/16 7/10

VETERINARY TECHNOLOGY

Selective admission - Admission by separate application only. Call 566-3838

90294 VETT-111-601 Vet Nursing Care I 2 INET ONLINE Spencer Y 5/14 8/7

90295 VETT-111-602 Vet Nursing Care I 2 INET ONLINE Spencer Y 5/14 8/7

90296 VETT-111-603 Vet Nursing Care I 2 INET ONLINE Spencer Y 5/14 8/7

90297 VETT-111-604 Vet Nursing Care I 2 INET ONLINE Spencer Y 5/14 8/7

90298 VETT-112-601 Vet Business Procedures 2 INET ONLINE Roach Y 5/14 8/7

90299 VETT-112-602 Vet Business Procedures 2 INET ONLINE Roach Y 5/14 8/7

90300 VETT-112-603 Vet Business Procedures 2 INET ONLINE Roach Y 5/14 8/7

90661 VETT-112-604 Vet Business Procedures 2 INET ONLINE Roach Y 5/14 8/7

90301 VETT-113-601 Small Animal Disease I 2 INET ONLINE Reed Y 5/14 8/7

90302 VETT-113-602 Small Animal Disease I 2 INET ONLINE Reed Y 5/14 8/7

90303 VETT-113-603 Small Animal Disease I 2 INET ONLINE Reed Y 5/14 8/7

90663 VETT-113-604 Small Animal Disease I 2 INET ONLINE Reed Y 5/14 8/7

90305 VETT-114-601 Pharmacology & Med Thera 2 INET ONLINE Procassini Y 5/14 8/7

90306 VETT-114-602 Pharmacology & Med Thera 2 INET ONLINE Procassini Y 5/14 8/7

90307 VETT-114-603 Pharmacology & Med Thera 2 INET ONLINE Procassini Y 5/14 8/7

90664 VETT-114-604 Pharmacology & Med Thera 2 INET ONLINE Procassini Y 5/14 8/7

90309 VETT-115-601 Vet Anesth & Surg Asst I 2 INET ONLINE Fox Y 5/14 8/7

90310 VETT-115-602 Vet Anesth & Surg Asst I 2 INET ONLINE Fox Y 5/14 8/7

90311 VETT-115-603 Vet Anesth & Surg Asst I 2 INET ONLINE Fox Y 5/14 8/7

90666 VETT-115-604 Vet Anesth & Surg Asst I 2 INET ONLINE Fox Y 5/14 8/7

90312 VETT-116-601 Vet Diagnostic Imaging I 2 INET ONLINE Buchanan Y 5/14 8/7

90313 VETT-116-602 Vet Diagnostic Imaging I 2 INET ONLINE Buchanan Y 5/14 8/7

90314 VETT-116-603 Vet Diagnostic Imaging I 2 INET ONLINE Buchanan Y 5/14 8/7

90315 VETT-116-604 Vet Diagnostic Imaging I 2 INET ONLINE Buchanan Y 5/14 8/7

90316 VETT-117-601 Vet Clinical Pathology I 2 INET ONLINE Mould Y 5/14 8/7

90317 VETT-117-602 Vet Clinical Pathology I 2 INET ONLINE Mould Y 5/14 8/7

90318 VETT-117-603 Vet Clinical Pathology I 2 INET ONLINE Mould Y 5/14 8/7

90319 VETT-117-604 Vet Clinical Pathology I 2 INET ONLINE Mould Y 5/14 8/7

90320 VETT-118-601 Veterinary Medical Terminology 2 INET ONLINE Hair Y 5/14 8/7

90321 VETT-118-602 Veterinary Medical Terminology 2 INET ONLINE Hair Y 5/14 8/7

90322 VETT-118-603 Veterinary Medical Terminology 2 INET ONLINE Hair Y 5/14 8/7

90667 VETT-118-604 Veterinary Medical Terminology 2 INET ONLINE Hair Y 5/14 8/7

90668 VETT-118-605 Veterinary Medical Terminology 2 INET ONLINE Hair Y 5/14 8/7

90323 VETT-130-601 Vet Nursing Care II 2 INET ONLINE Reed Y 5/14 8/7

90324 VETT-130-602 Vet Nursing Care II 2 INET ONLINE Reed Y 5/14 8/7

90669 VETT-130-603 Vet Nursing Care II 2 INET ONLINE Reed Y 5/14 8/7

Notes: Y-Permission Required; SPTO - Special Topics; HNRS - Honors; :- Web Enhanced (Class requires internet access) Building codes will be on your individual class schedule.

Evening courses, offered after 5 p.m., are in boldface type. Schedule is subject to change. For up-to-date class information, go to the online Class Schedule at sanjuancollege.edu.

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Summer Schedule 2012

CODE COURSE ID COURSE TITLE CREDIT DAYS STARTS ENDS LOCATION ROOM INSTR. PERM/FEES START END

90325 VETT-131-601 Vet Bus Procedures II 2 INET ONLINE Roach Y 5/14 8/7

90326 VETT-131-602 Vet Bus Procedures II 2 INET ONLINE Roach Y 5/14 8/7

90327 VETT-131-603 Vet Bus Procedures II 2 INET ONLINE Roach Y 5/14 8/7

90328 VETT-132-601 Small Animal Dis & Med Care II 2 INET ONLINE Reed Y 5/14 8/7

90329 VETT-132-602 Small Animal Dis & Med Care II 2 INET ONLINE Reed Y 5/14 8/7

90670 VETT-132-603 Small Animal Dis & Med Care II 2 INET ONLINE Reed Y 5/14 8/7

90330 VETT-133-601 Pharm & Med Therapy II 2 INET ONLINE Black Y 5/14 8/7

90331 VETT-133-602 Pharm & Med Therapy II 2 INET ONLINE Black Y 5/14 8/7

90671 VETT-133-603 Pharm & Med Therapy II 2 INET ONLINE Black Y 5/14 8/7

90332 VETT-134-601 Vet Anesth & Surg Asst II 2 INET ONLINE Wright Y 5/14 8/7

90333 VETT-134-602 Vet Anesth & Surg Asst II 2 INET ONLINE Wright Y 5/14 8/7

90672 VETT-134-603 Vet Anesth & Surg Asst II 2 INET ONLINE Wright Y 5/14 8/7

90334 VETT-135-601 Vet Diagnostic Imaging II 2 INET ONLINE Black Y 5/14 8/7

90335 VETT-135-602 Vet Diagnostic Imaging II 2 INET ONLINE Black Y 5/14 8/7

90673 VETT-135-603 Vet Diagnostic Imaging II 2 INET ONLINE Black Y 5/14 8/7

90336 VETT-136-601 Vet Clinical Pathology II 2 INET ONLINE Mould Y 5/14 8/7

90337 VETT-136-602 Vet Clinical Pathology II 2 INET ONLINE Mould Y 5/14 8/7

90674 VETT-136-603 Vet Clinical Pathology II 2 INET ONLINE Black Y 5/14 8/7

90338 VETT-210-601 Vet Nursing Care III 2 INET ONLINE Reed Y 5/14 8/7

90676 VETT-210-602 Vet Nursing Care III 2 INET ONLINE Reed Y 5/14 8/7

90339 VETT-211-601 Vet Business Procedures 2 INET ONLINE Roach Y 5/14 8/7

90340 VETT-211-602 Vet Business Procedures 2 INET ONLINE Roach Y 5/14 8/7

90341 VETT-212-601 Sm Animal Dis & Med Care III 2 INET ONLINE Reed Y 5/14 8/7

90342 VETT-212-602 Sm Animal Dis & Med Care III 2 INET ONLINE Reed Y 5/14 8/7

90343 VETT-213-601 Pharm & Med Theraputic III 2 INET ONLINE Black Y 5/14 8/7

90677 VETT-213-602 Pharm & Med Theraputic III 2 INET ONLINE Black Y 5/14 8/7

90344 VETT-214-601 Vet Anesth & Surg Asst III 2 INET ONLINE Wright Y 5/14 8/7

90345 VETT-214-602 Vet Anesth & Surg Asst III 2 INET ONLINE Wright Y 5/14 8/7

90346 VETT-215-601 Vet Diagnostic Imaging III 2 INET ONLINE Mould Y 5/14 8/7

90347 VETT-215-602 Vet Diagnostic Imaging III 2 INET ONLINE Mould Y 5/14 8/7

90348 VETT-216-601 Vet Clinical Pathology III 2 INET ONLINE Mould Y 5/14 8/7

90678 VETT-216-602 Vet Clinical Pathology III 2 INET ONLINE Mould Y 5/14 8/7

90349 VETT-230-601 Vet Anatomy & Physiology 3 INET ONLINE Wright Y 5/14 8/7

90679 VETT-230-602 Vet Anatomy & Physiology 3 INET ONLINE Wright Y 5/14 8/7

90350 VETT-231-601 Lab Animal Diseases & Med Care 3 INET ONLINE Black Y 5/14 8/7

90351 VETT-232-601 Lg Animal Dis & Med Care 2 INET ONLINE Wright Y 5/14 8/7

90685 VETT-232-602 Lg Animal Dis & Med Care 2 INET ONLINE Wright Y 5/14 8/7

90352 VETT-233-601 Large Animal Clinical Asst 3 INET ONLINE Wright Y 5/14 8/7

90353 VETT-235-601 Lab Animal/Sm Exotic Clin Pro 2 INET ONLINE Black Y 5/14 8/7

90354 VETT-236-601 Emergency and Critical Care M 2 INET ONLINE Wright Y 5/14 8/7

90686 VETT-236-602 Emergency and Critical Care M 2 INET ONLINE Wright Y 5/14 8/7

ONLINE CLASSES

2012 SAN JUAN COLLEGE SUMMER SCHEDULE

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Summer Schedule 2012

CODE COURSE ID COURSE TITLE CREDIT DAYS STARTS ENDS LOCATION ROOM INSTR. PERM/FEES START END

SAN JUAN COLLEGE EAST CAMPUS - 315 South Ash Street, Aztec

BIOLOGY

90655 BIOL-121-003 Intro Biology I 4 TWTH 05:30PM 07:05PM EAST AZTC116 Davis $20 6/14 8/7

TWTH 07:15PM 08:20PM EAST AZTC116 6/14 8/7

COMPUTER SCIENCE

90567 COSC-116-001 Spreadsheeting 3 TTH 05:30PM 08:30PM EAST AZTC111 Grubb 6/14 8/7

ECONOMICS

89748 ECON-251-001 Macroeconomics 3 MW 05:30PM 08:30PM EAST AZTC118 Hancock 6/13 8/7

ENGLISH

89822 ENGL-111-007 Freshman Composition 3 TTH 05:30PM 08:30PM EAST AZTC119 Staff 6/14 8/7

SJC EAST/WEST CLASSES

HISTORY

89851 HIST-211-002 U.S. History to 1865 3 TTH 05:30PM 08:30PM EAST AZTC118 Kirchmer 6/14 8/7

PSYCHOLOGY

90641 PSYC-120-006 Introduction to Psychology 3 MW 05:30PM 08:30PM EAST AZTC113 Vallee 6/13 8/6

SOCIOLOGY

90568 SOCI-110-003 Introduction to Sociology 3 TTH 05:30PM 08:30PM EAST AZTC113 Vallee 6/14 8/7

SAN JUAN COLLEGE WEST CAMPUS - 69 CR 6500, Kirtland

BIOLOGY

90654 BIOL-121-002 Intro Biology I 4 MTWTH 05:30PM 06:45PM WEST KRTLD111 Barney $20 6/13 8/7

MTWTH 06:55PM 07:45PM WEST KRTLD111 6/13 8/7

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

89700 COMM-111-006 Interpersonal Communication 3 MTWTH 05:30PM 07:55PM WEST KRTLD115 Harrison 5/16 6/26

COMPUTER SCIENCE

90570 COSC-097-001 Basic Computer/Internet Skills 3 TWTH 02:00PM 04:30PM WEST KRTLD120 LeBoeuf 6/13 7/24

ENGLISH

89813 ENGL-099-004 Basic Composition 3 MTWTHF 12:30PM 01:40PM WEST KRTLD115 Beatty 6/13 8/7

90614 ENGL-111-009 Freshman Composition 3 MTWTHF 12:30PM 01:40PM WEST KRTLD116 Staff 6/13 8/7

GEOLOGY

89841 GEOL-110-001 Introduction to Geology 4 MTWTH 02:00PM 03:10PM WEST KRTLD111 Nelson $20 5/16 7/10

MTWTH 03:20PM 04:10PM WEST KRTLD111 5/16 7/10

HISTORY

90633 HIST-212-002 U.S. History From 1865 3 TWTH 05:30PM 07:30PM WEST KRTLD301 Staff 5/16 6/26

MATHEMATICS

89883 MATH-095-004 Pre-Algebra 4 MTWTH 04:00PM 05:40PM WEST KRTLD303 Hansen 6/13 8/7

89892 MATH-096-004 Introductory Algebra 4 MTWTH 05:30PM 07:10PM WEST KRTLD301 L. Kinsel 6/13 8/7

MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNICIAN

89914 MLTS-160-001 Theory of Phlebotomy 2 WEST KRTLD113 Staff 6/11 6/25

WEST KRTLD113 6/15 6/29

NAVAJO STUDIES

90643 NAVA-105-001 SPIN: Basic Navajo Convers 2 TWTH 05:00PM 07:00PM WEST KRTLD116 Carr 6/13 7/24

PRE-NURSING

90041 PNUR-110-002 Nurse Aide Certification 6 MTWTH 01:00PM 06:00PM WEST KRTLD201 Staff $25 5/16 8/7

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Notes: Y-Permission Required; SPTO - Special Topics; HNRS - Honors; :- Web Enhanced (Class requires internet access) Building codes will be on your individual class schedule.

Evening courses, offered after 5 p.m., are in boldface type. Schedule is subject to change. For up-to-date class information, go to the online Class Schedule at sanjuancollege.edu.


RESOURCES

for SAN JUAN COLLEGE

Advising

Students new to SJC start in the Advising and

Counseling Center on main campus. New students

are required to take the Accuplacer, meet with an

advisor, and attend a new student orientation session

prior to registering for classes.(See page 6 for more

advising times and locations). Transfer students

should bring unofficial transcripts to their advisor

appointment in lieu of taking the Accuplacer.

Continuing students who have completed fewer than

25 credit hours are required to meet with their

advisor prior to registering for the next semester. All

other students are encouraged to meet with an advisor

each semester.

Advisors are available to:

• Assist you in planning your degree path

• Provide information about course content

• Assist you in determining the sequence of

your coursework

• Assist you in defining and meeting your goals

• Answer your questions as you navigate your

way around college

Online classes

If you are interested in taking classes online, be sure

to visit and explore sanjuancollege.edu/sjconline.

Contact the Online Guide on the Side

yourguide@sanjuancollege.edu with any technical

questions you may have. It is recommended to consult

with your advisor before registering for online classes.

Early Summer Bookstore hours:

May 12 - Spring Graduation 8 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

May 14,15, & 16

8 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Summer hours begin:

May 17 Monday – Thursday 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Friday

8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Special Days hours:

June 11 & 12

8 a.m. – 7 p.m.

June 19

8 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Summer hours starting Monday, June 20-August 10:

8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday through Friday

Special hours

The bookstore is open until 6 p.m., Monday through Thursday,

the first and second weeks of school.

Charging

The first day to charge to your student account, if a

sponsor is paying for your books and supplies, is always

the Monday before the first day of instruction.

This semester charging is allowed May 14 - June 19.

Tax-free

The bookstore offers tax free on textbooks when you

show a current SJC student ID. To obtain an ID go to

the Enrollment Services Office.

Return policy

If you dropped a class and want to return your books for

a refund, you must have the receipt. Read the Bookstore

Textbook Refund Policy attached to your purchase for

the terms and conditions. A receipt is required for all

Bookstore

returns and exchanges. Please keep your receipt, it is

The College Bookstore, located in room 1940, near

worth money! Do not write in your books until you know

the West Classroom Complex on the main Farming-

that you will be going to a class. If you have written in

ton campus, offers everything you will the book, it is no longer new and cannot be returned for

need for classes — new and used a refund.

textbooks, class supplies, electronic

equipment, San Juan College spirit Used books

wear and souvenirs and supplies for The Bookstore buys back books at the end of each se-

special courses, such as draftmester

in order to hold down book costs. The date of

ing, art, engineering, and the semester book buy back is listed on the bookstore

others. Bring your class policy attached to the receipt of your purchase. You

schedule when you visit the don’t need a receipt if you are selling at the end of the

Bookstore so we can help semester. You do need a receipt to get a refund dur-

you locate the right

ing the semester. If you won’t be here for the end-of-

textbook. Or call

semester buy back, the Bookstore runs a year-round

(505) 566-3260.

book buy back. Just bring in your books with your cash

register receipt, and we’ll verify that they qualify for

reselling.

2012 SAN JUAN COLLEGE SUMMER SCHEDULE

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Native American Center

Native American students are encouraged to visit the

Native American Center in room 1610. The NAC staff

coordinates with tribal financial aid package for students

and offers assistance in admission procedures; personal,

academic, and vocational advisement; employment

opportunities; and adjustment to academic life at San

Juan College. The NAC promotes culture enrichment

activities on and off campus including the annual San

Juan College Pow Wow and serves as a liaison for the

college to Native American communities and educational

organizations. The NAC office is open from 8 a.m. to

5 p.m. Monday through Friday. For further information,

call (505) 566-3321 or 3357.

Safety Escort

If you would like an escort to walk with you to your car,

call the Safety and Security Office at (505) 566-3333,

or extension 3333 on campus.

Student Activities

The Office of Student Activities provides excellent

opportunities for students to enrich their educational

experience with social, recreational, cultural and

sports activities. This office also serves as an information

center. The office is located in the Learning

Commons and is open from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. The

office is responsible for Associated Students, the

Student Ambassadors program and all clubs and

organizations.

Associated Students

Associated Students of San Juan College (A.S./S.J.C.)

provides students a voice in the quality of their educational

experience and an opportunity for students to

gain important leadership experience through active

involvement in Student Government. Associated Students

not only provides leadership for the student body

but also offers a wide variety of entertainment and

provides funding and support for an extensive activities

program. Information: (505) 566-3268.

Students with Disabilities

If you have documented physical, emotional, or

learning disabilities, the Disability Services program is

available to assist you. Students are responsible for

seeking accommodations each semester. Accommo-

dations may include audio textbooks, note takers, test

modifications, special software, etc. For information,

visit the Advising and Counseling Center in the Educational

Services Building or please call (505) 566-3271.

Tutoring

If you would like to enhance your learning, then check

out San Juan College’s FREE tutoring services. The

math, writing and science tutoring centers are located

In the Center for Student Engagement, Room 1611.

Tutoring is available at the following times.

8 a.m. – 8 p.m., Monday – Thursday

8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Friday

9 a.m. – 1 p.m., Saturday

The accounting lab is located near the School of Business

office in Room 1220. Hours are posted outside

the lab. Limited tutoring is available in other subjects

and at the West campus in Kirtland. Go to www.sanjuancollege.edu/ssc

or call (505) 566-3362 for more

information. Remember, it’s FREE.

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Where to go for help

Enrollment Services(Admissions), (505) 566-3545

8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., Monday-Wednesday;

9 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., Thursday; 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Friday

Educational Services Center

Username and password

What’s my username and password

The campus logon account is the account you use to

log onto the portal. Your username is the first letter

of your first name, the first letter of your middle name

(if you do not have a middle name, this letter will be

skipped), the first 12 letters of your last name and the

last two digits of your social security number.

Example:

Student name: Bubba L. Schwarzenegger

Social security #: 123-45-6789

Username: Blschwarzenegg89

Your email address will be:

username@my.sanjuancollege.edu

Example: Blschwarzenegg89@my.sanjuancollege.edu

The default password is sjcp + the last four digits

of your social security number. For example if your

social security number is 123-45-6789, your default

password would be sjcp6789.

Password Security

Your San Juan College password gives you access

to your personal student information. Since your

information is confidential, your password should be

kept secure. If at any time you believe your password

security has been jeopardized, you should change

your password. If you forget your password, the Help

Desk will reset it to something only you will know.

Remember . . .

Never tell anyone your password.

You must log on to use any SJC computer.

Test your login accounts in one of the SJC computer

labs before attending your first class. This will

ensure that your accounts are set up correctly and

working properly.

Always log-off the computer when finished.

San Juan College provides every student an email

account through Microsoft Live@EDU, with 5

gigabytes of storage space. You may access your

email from the MY SJC portal or mail.live.com.

You can use your laptop computer on the SJC

network if your laptop has a wireless network card.

If you need assistance, contact the Office of

Technology Services at (505) 566-3266.

Advising and Counseling, (505) 566-3404

8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., Monday-Wednesday;

9 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., Thursday; 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Friday

Educational Services Center

Bookstore, (505) 566-3260

8 a.m. - 6 p.m., Monday-Thursday;

8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Friday

Room 1940, near West Classroom Complex

Business Office, (505) 566-3396

8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., Monday-Wednesday;

9 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., Thursday; 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Friday

Educational Services Center

Child and Family Resources, (505) 566-3383

3539 E. 30th Street

Toy Lending Library, (505) 566-3832

Mon., Tues., & Thurs., 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Wednesday, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.; Closed Friday

Closed daily from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m.

Children’s Behavioral Health program (CBH)

Practitioners deliver in-home services to families

of at-risk children ages birth to 5 years of age.

(505) 566-3946.

Financial Aid, (505) 566-3323

8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., Monday-Wednesday;

9 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., Thursday; 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Friday

Educational Services Center

Library, Farmington campus, (505) 566-3249

8 a.m. - 9 p.m., Monday-Thursday;

8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Friday;

9 a.m. - 5 p.m., Saturday

Learning Commons

Library, West campus, Kirtland, (505) 598-5897

8 a.m. - 8 p.m., Monday-Thursday

8 a.m. - 4 p.m., Friday

Security, (505) 566-3333

Phone answered 24/7

Switchboard, (505) 326-3311

Tutoring, (505) 566-3362

8 a.m. - 8 p.m., Monday-Thursday

8 a.m. - 12 p.m., Friday

Student Success Center

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New Mexico Highlands University (505) 566-3552

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

CRN Course Code Title Credits Days Time Room # Instructor

For a list of current classes being offered, please visit www.nmhu.edu.

Follow the link for “Current Schedule”.

CRIMINAL JUSTICE

CRN Course Code Title Credits Days Time Room # Instructor

For a list of current classes being offered, please visit www.nmhu.edu.

Follow the link for “Current Schedule”.

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

CRN Course Code Title Credits Days Time Room # Instructor

For a list of current classes being offered, please visit www.nmhu.edu.

Follow the link for “Current Schedule”.

Exercise and Sports Sciences

For a list of current classes being offered, please visit www.nmhu.edu.

Follow the link for “Current Schedule”.

SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK

CRN Course Code Title Credits Days Time Room # Instructor

TBA SW 333 Aspects of Aging 3 TBA TBA TBA TBA

TBA SW 468 Theories of SW Practice 3 TBA TBA TBA TBA

TBA SW 432 Field Practicum I 4 TBA TBA TBA F. Eldridge

(Special Fee: $40.00)

TBA SW 434 Field Practicum II 4 TBA TBA TBA F. Eldridge

(Special Fee: $40.00)

TBA SW 436 Advanced Practicum 1to4 TBA TBA TBA C. Stern

TBA SW 451 Field Seminar I 1 TBA TBA TBA F. Eldridge

TBA SW 452 Field Seminar II 1 TBA TBA TBA F. Eldridge

TBA SW 490 Independent Study* 1to4 TBA TBA TBA C. Stern

TBA SW 532 Field Practicum I 3 TBA TBA TBA F. Eldridge

(Special Fee: $40.00)

TBA SW 534 Field Practicum II 3 TBA TBA TBA F. Eldridge

(Special Fee: $40.00)

TBA SW 536 Advanced Practicum 1to4 TBA TBA TBA C. Stern

TBA SW 551 Field Practicum Seminar I 1 TBA TBA TBA F. Eldridge

TBA SW 644 Group Work 2 TBA TBA TBA TBA

TBA SW 632 Field Practicum III 3 TBA TBA TBA F. Eldridge

(Special Fee: $40.00)

TBA SW 634 Field Practicum IV 3 TBA TBA TBA F. Eldridge

(Special Fee: $40.00)

TBA SW 690 Independent Study* 1-4 TBA TBA TBA C. Stern

3539 E. 30th Street • Farmington, NM 87402

* Need instructor permission to register for the class. Face to Face Classes are in BOLD PRINT

ITV Classes are listed as ITV with Room # and are held at NMHU office Bldg.

Books for WEB & ITV classes are to be purchased from (Main Campus) Las Vegas, NM bookstore

**WEB Classes Special Fee $5.00 Online/Elluminate/Hybrid. Log into Blackboard at www.nmhu.edu. Students will need speakers and

headsets. Contact Instructor for more information. Please note that the Spring 2012 New Mexico Highlands University

schedule is subject to change. For more information call (505) 566-3552

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San Juan Center Bachelor & Graduate Programs

3539 East 30th Street – 2nd floor • Farmington, New Mexico

Earn a UNM degree close to home through the San Juan Center located in Farmington and serving the Four Corners area. The

University of New Mexico and San Juan College have a partnership to provide a transition from associate to bachelor to graduate

levels. Students receive their associate degree from San Juan College and have the opportunity to continue with upper division

and graduate courses through the UNM San Juan Center. Selected bachelor’s and master’s degree completion programs are offered

through a variety of delivery methods, which include face-to-face, online, interactive television, and correspondence.

GENERAL INFORMATION

For admissions, registration, tuition & fees, and additional details, visit

http://sanjuanbgp.unm.edu. You can also access student services

information, class schedules and other UNM resources from this site.

Advisement through UNM San Juan Center is recommended prior to

registration and will be held on the following dates:

Mon, 4/23: 12-3pm • Tues, 4/24: 9-12noon • Wed, 4/25: 12-3pm

IMPORTANT DATES FOR SUMMER 2012

April 16

Pre-Registration Opens

April 23-25 Student Advisement for Summer 2012 semester

May 25

Disenrollment for Summer 2012 courses

June 4

Summer 2012 classes begin

July 4

Holiday. No classes.

July 28

Semester ends

Additional dates can be found at: http://registrar.unm.edu/

Follow us on Facebook for events happening throughout the semester. You can link to our Facebook page through our Website.

Phone: 505-566-3480 | Email: unmsjc@unm.edu | Website: http://sanjuanbgp.unm.edu

SUMMER 2012 SCHEDULE The schedule is subject to change. Contact the UNM San Juan Center for updates.

DEPT CRS SEC COURSE TITLE CREDIT DAY TIME LOCATION INSTRUCTOR FORMAT

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

EDUC 493 450 T: Tech & Writing for Diverse Learners 2 MTWRF 8:00am-1:30pm UC-221 F. Vitali Live

EDUC 493 451 T: Art of Weaving the Navajo Rug 2 MR 9:00am-5:00pm UC-221 K. Ashworth Live

Class meets: June 6-8 F 12:00-10:30pm UC-221

EDUC 593 450 T: Tech & Writing for Diverse Learners 2 MTWRF 8:00am-1:30pm UC-221 F. Vitali Live

EDUC 593 451 T: Art of Weaving the Navajo Rug 2 MR 9:00am-5:00pm UC-221 K. Ashworth Live

Class meets: June 6-8 F 12:00-10:30pm UC-221

EDUC 593 T: Information Searching for Teachers 1 MTWR 9:00am-12:00pm UC-221 F. Vitali Live

Class meets: June 25-28

EDUC 344 Interviewing 3 MTWR 5:30pm-9:15pm 1306 M. Hattabaugh Live

Class meets: May 16-June 6

NOTE:

A selection of Interactive Television (ITV) courses will be offered through Public Administration, Anderson School of Management, plus

more. Visit the website for an updated list. In addition, Online courses are also available.

Please refer to the UNM San Juan Center website at http://sanjuanbgp.unm.edu for a complete listing of all live, ITV and Online

courses offered for the Summer 2012 Session.

UNM Bachelor & Graduate degree completion programs are available in the following disciplines:

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

Bachelor of Science

• Elementary Education

• Training and Technology (OLIT)

Bachelor of Arts

• Secondary Education

Master of Arts

• Elementary Education

(with alternative route to K-8 licensure)

• Secondary Education

(with alternative route to K-8 licensure)

• Organiz. Learning & Instruct. Tech (OLIT)

• Educational Leadership

ANDERSON SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT

Bachelor of Business Administration

COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES

Bachelor of Arts in Communication

SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING

Master of Science in

Electrical & Computer Engineering

SCHOOL OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

Master of Public Administration

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE

Bachelor of University Studies

HEALTH SCIENCES

Bachelor of Science

• Radiologic Sciences

• Medical Laboratory Sciences

• Dental Hygiene

• Nursing

Masters of Science

• Dental Hygiene

• Nursing

Doctorate (PhD)

• Nursing

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SAN JUAN COLLEGE

MAIN CAMPUS KEY

1

5

2

3

4

CENTRAL CLASSROOM COMPLEX

1300, 1400, 1500 Rooms

Little Theatre

CHILD & FAMILY DEVELOPMENT CENTER

8000 Rooms

EAST CLASSROOM COMPLEX

1100 and 1200 Rooms

Information/Switchboard

Department of Public Safety (LL)

School of Business and

Information Technology Studies

EDUCATIONAL SERVICES CENTER

4000 Rooms, Administration

LL: Enrollment Services, Business Office,

Financial Aid, Meeting Room 1A,

Student Services, Advising & Counseling

UL: Boardroom, Human Resources,

Meeting Room 2C, President’s Office,

SJC Foundation, Office of Learning,

Public Relations and Marketing

6

7

8

9

10

HEALTH AND HUMAN PERFORMANCE CENTER

55000 Rooms

Gymnasium/Fitness Center, Outdoor Rental Center

Zia Conference Center

School of Health Sciences

HENDERSON FINE ARTS CENTER

9000 Rooms (LL), 9200 Rooms

Art Gallery

Meeting Rooms (9000 series)

Performance Hall

HEALTH SCIENCES SIMULATION CENTER

3000 Rooms

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CENTER

7000 Rooms

Meeting Room 7103

LEARNING COMMONS

6000 Rooms, Library

Student Activities

OUTDOOR LEARNING CENTER

77000 Rooms, Cultural Center

Greenhouse

4601 COLLEGE BOULEVARD • FARMINGTON, NM 87402

11

12

13

14

QUALITY CENTER FOR BUSINESS

5000 Rooms,

Center for Workforce Training

Enterprise Center

Small Business Development Center

STUDENT CENTER

1600-29 Rooms

Student Success Center

LL: Mary’s Kitchen, Sun’s Room

TRADES AND TECHNOLOGY BUILDING

2000 Rooms

School of Trades and Technology

WEST CLASSROOM COMPLEX

1630-99 (LL), 1700 (UL),

1800 (UL), 1900(LL) Rooms

School of Humanities

School of Math, Science & Engineering

Planetarium

Community Learning Center

Bookstore

EAST CAMPUS, AZTEC

E111-119 Rooms

WEST CAMPUS, KIRTLAND

W111-303 Rooms

30TH STREET CENTER

3539 E. 30TH

Family Resource Center

Project Read

Adult Basic Education

3535 E. 30TH

Industrial Process Operator Program

Industrial Maintenance Mechanic

University Partners

SCHOOL OF ENERGY

800 S. Hutton

Petroleum Training

• CDL

• Gas Compression Program

• Lease Operator

11

10

13

2

8

5

4

1

3

7

14

12

6

9


SJC Main Campus Room numbers

SAN JUAN COLLEGE

SUMMER 2012 SEMESTER

4601 COLLEGE BOULEVARD, FARMINGTON, NM 87402

REGISTER ONLINE sanjuancollege.edu

INFORMATION 505-326-3311

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