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Courses to complete your schedule

Please note that some courses may fill up or become unavailable faster than we can update this page. For the most current available for any course, be sure to check the course schedule at my.unm.edu.


LLSS 502-002 - Intro to Qualitative Research

Course Delivery: In Person
CRN: 34058

Foundational design for qualitative research; introduces graduate students to resources and basics to help prepare for thesis or dissertation planning

PEP 548-001 - Financing Sport

Course Delivery: In Person
CRN: 34545

The course gives students a practical background regarding the principles of financial management, economic theory, and financial systems for the purpose of operating sport organizations. The focus of the class is on information that will allow a for successful financial management of a sport organization.

LLSS 590-002 - Seminar in LLSS

Course Delivery: In Person
CRN: 57257

The course is designed to assist the student in completing all requirements for obtaining the MA degree. The primary activity of the course will be the development of a professional paper that will count as the comprehensive exam required for the MA degree.

SPCD 515-001 - Mathematics and Science Instruction for Diverse Exceptional Learners

Course Delivery: In Person
CRN: 55841

Learn how to effectively teach math and science to students with disabilities through demonstrations, hands-on activities, and collaborative learning. This course is designed to be useful for elementary, secondary, and special educators.

LLSS 610-001 - Academic Writing in Education and Related Fields

Course Delivery: In Person
CRN: 54960

Come and participate in a community of writers 'learning the ropes' of writing in the academy. Demystify scholarly and general audience publication. Understand requirements of comprehensive exams and dissertations. Learn about conference proposals. Make friends.

NUTR 593-002 - Prevention and Lifestyle Treatment of Chronic Diseases

Course Delivery: Online
CRN: 56462

Lifestyle treatment of chronic diseases is a critical element in transforming disease care to health care. Current medical services are often unable to restore health because they do not address root causes. This graduate course is focused on effective lifestyle-based treatment protocols used to prevent and treat chronic diseases. This course is intended for graduate nutrition students as well as graduate students in other health-related disciplines (Exercise science, Health education, Public health).

LLSS 605 - Advanced Qualitative Research Methods

Course Delivery: In Person
CRN: 42416

This doctoral seminar focuses on helping students understand qualitative research methods, including: problem definition, data collection and analysis, and how to write up a qualitative research report. Doctoral students in all academic content areas who are interested in advanced qualitative research methods can take this course.

SPED 2210-001 - Education of the Exceptional Person

Course Delivery: In Person
CRN: 54898

Who is responsible for the education of people with disabilities? This course provides the historical and legal background for special education in schools along with key information on preliminary identification of disabilities and etiologies. Discussion and examples of universal design are used to develop understanding of rationales for academic success and human rights advocacy.

NUTR 344-001 Energy Nutrients in Human Nutrition

Course Delivery: Hybrid
CRN: 56831

This course takes a detailed look at the role of carbohydrates, fats and protein in human nutrition. It will examine the relationship of these nutrients to both health promotion and disease prevention. This course is part of the Nutrition Minor.

SPCD 501-001 - The Psychology and Education of Exceptional Persons

Course Delivery: In Person
CRN: 54903

Who is responsible for the education of people with disabilities? This course provides the historical and legal background for special education in schools along with key information on preliminary identification of disabilities and etiologies. Discussion and examples of universal design are used to develop understanding of rationales for academic success and human rights advocacy.

LLSS 606 - Case Study Research Methods

Course Delivery: In Person
CRN: 54958

This graduate seminar focuses on qualitative case study research as it applies to education and related fields. We will examine case study research foundations and its appropriateness. In this course, we will both collectively and individually conceptualize, develop, conduct, and report a practice case study.

EDUC 693-001 - Unions and Education

Course Delivery: In Person
CRN: 55186

History of teachers' unions; pros and cons of teachers' unions; taught by the president of the Albuquerque Federation of Teachers.

LLSS 501-001 - Practicioner Research

Course Delivery: In Person
CRN: 54968

Interested in conducting research? Practitioner Research supports students in learning how to pose questions, collect data, and engage in analysis in places where you teach, work, and practice. This is a great course for novice and experienced students who want to build and hone research skills as practitioners.

SPCD 419-001 - Introduction to Applied Behavior Analysis

Course Delivery: In Person
CRN: 56063
8-Week Course (First Half of Semester)

In this introductory course we will learn basic principles of behavior and behavior management strategies for children with and without disabilities in different settings (e.g., school, clinic, home). Doing so will improve your teaching and classroom management skills for students with different support needs.

LLSS 537- 001 - International and Global Literature for Young People

Course Delivery: Online 
CRN: 55594
8-Week Course (Second Half of Semester)

We will be reading a wide range of international and global children and adolescents' literature. The course explores them with critical theories and reading theories. You will learn how to review texts for young people with critical eyes and rethink readers' cultural locations. This is an 8-week asynchronous course.


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