Registration Continues for Second Half-Term Session at NMJC
3/3/2009 12:44:18 p.m. - Hobbs, NM. Although the Spring 2009 semester is nearing mid-term at New Mexico Junior College, it's not too late to take a full semester's worth of classes. NMJC's second 8-week session of classes will begin March 9 and end May 6. Late registration ends March 11.
Course offerings include Art Appreciation; General Biology II / Lab; Human Anatomy and Physiology II / Lab; Principles of Management; Probation, Parole, and Community Corrections; Intro to the Courts; Criminalistics - Intro to Forensics; Criminal Procedure; Intro to Victimology; Intro to Sex Crimes and Criminal Justice; Networking II; Driver's Ed; Intro to Theatre; Principles of Economics (Micro); Intro to Special Education; Foundations of Education; Health, Safety, and Nutrition; Composition and Literature; American Lit II; Cooperative Work Experience II (Ford); Noise, Vibration, and Harshness (Ford); Heating and A/C (Ford); Advanced Drivability Diagnosis (Ford); Suspension and Steering Systems (Ford); Heating and A/C (GM); Automatic Transmissions & Transaxles (GM); New Product Issues (GM); American Government; Intro to Nutrition; US History to 1877; US History from 1877; First Line Maintenance; Industrial Practices & Principles; Family Law; Practicum / Internship (Legal Assistant / Paralegal); Trial Preparation & Procedures; Medical Terminology; Music Appreciation; Technical Physics / Lab; Intro to Psychology; Freshman Seminar; Psychology of Adjustment; Adolescent Psychology; Intro to Exercise; Fitness for Life; Walking / Jogging for Fitness; Golf Fitness; Advanced Golf; Backpacking and Camping; Interpersonal Communication; Cultural Diversity; Operational & Safety Skills Lab; and Elementary Algebra.
For a live course schedule with dates, times, and instructors, please visit www.nmjc.edu. Current students may register online, and new students may call the Counseling Office at 575.492.2577 to register or come by the campus at 5317 Lovington Highway in Hobbs.