NMJC to Offer Spring InterSession Classes
3/1/2007 4:06:54 p.m. - Hobbs, NM. Although midterm is rapidly approaching at New Mexico Junior College, students can still register for up to 12 hours of classes this semester, thanks to Spring InterSession offerings. Both online and onsite courses are offered.
According to Robert Bensing, Dean of Enrollment Management, the Spring 2007 InterSession classes will begin March 12, with late registration continuing through March 15. Classes end May 4.
"Because many of the courses are offered online, this is a great way for students to get in extra credits, even though traditional classes are about halfway through," said Bensing. "Considering how affordable NMJC is, this could save someone a lot of time and money. Anyone ranging from juniors and seniors in high school to students who just want to take an interesting class can take advantage of the InterSession. It's a smart way for students to get ahead of the game."
Online course offerings are Art Appreciation, Business Law, Freshman Seminar, Interpersonal Communications, Public Speaking, American Government, U.S. History from 1877, Introduction to Psychology, Psychology of Adjustment, Fitness for Life, Elementary Algebra, Law Enforcement Patrol Procedures, Criminal Procedures, and Issues/Ethics of Law/Criminal Justice.
Courses offered on campus are CISCO Network Associate IV, Techniques of Beginning Golf, Techniques of Intermediate Golf, and Advanced Golf.
For returning students, registration can be completed online at www.nmjc.edu. First-time students can register by contacting the Counseling Office at 492-2577 or stopping by the Ben Alexander Student Learning Center at the campus located at 5317 Lovington Highway.