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Jan Term in Taos


Jan Term 2019 CLOSED

 

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January Term Dates

Dec 1, Sat: RA Orientation in Dallas 9 am - 3pm *for invited students only*
Dec 4, Tues: Dallas Pre-Departure Orientation 5 pm in Crow 175
Jan 4, Fri: Travel/Arrival of students enrolled in 4 credits (KNW & PRW only), by 6 pm.
Jan 6, Sun: Travel/Arrival of all other students enrolled in 3 credits, by 6 pm.
Jan 7, Mon: First day of classes (for 3-credit courses). 
Jan 16, Wed: Last day of classes, including exams. Students may depart campus once their final has concluded.
Jan 17, Thurs: Departure of all students, by 10 am

 

January Course Offerings 2019

Please Note: Students can take 3 or 4 credits during the January Term.  All students are required to take a 3-credit course and have the option to add on a single 1-credit course.  All 3-credit courses will meet Monday through Friday from 9 am – 4 pm, with a lunch break from 12 – 1 pm.  The 1-credit courses will be held only on weekends and nights to avoid conflict with scheduled class times for the 3-credit courses. Students enrolling in 4 credit hours must arrive early! 

 

1-Credit Courses

Ways of Knowing and Personal Responsibility and Wellness 2

Students enrolling in KNW 2199 or PRW 2135 must arrive early on January 4 and pay for additional room/board charges, one extra hour of tuition and a special course fee.

*Please verify all UC /Major credit information listed below with your academic advisor.

Course  Title UC/Major Credit * Instructor  Syllabus Prerequisites
KNW 2199
The Taos Experience KNW Debra Branch
Click here to view syllabus none
PRW 2135
 PRW 2: Mountain Sports
PRW 2

Mark Rudich & BJ Warren

Click here to view syllabus none


3-Credit Courses

*Please verify all UC /Major credit information listed below with your academic advisor.

 

Cox School of Business

Course Title UC/Major Credit  * Instructor Syllabus  Prerequisites
KNW 3375
Corporate Social Responsibility and Ethical Leadership PRE 2/HFA (depth), KNW, OC, W Bob Rasberry  Click here to view syllabus  Cox majors must have completed MNO 3370.
Non Cox majors must have completed Sophomore year and at least 6 hours of social science credit.
 BL 3335 Business Law  PRE 2/HFA (depth);
Required for major
Barbara Kincaid  Click here to view syllabus  Cox majors only.  Cannot be taken with KNW 2199.  May be taken with PRW 2135 with permission from instructor.

 

Dedman College of Humanities & Sciences

Course Title UC/Major Credit  Instructor  Syllabus Prerequisites
ANTH 3318
The Prehistory of the American Southwest HC 2/HSBS (depth), HD, IL Michael Adler Click here to view syllabus none
BIOL 1305 Our Natural Environment PAS 1/SE (breadth) John Ubelaker  Click here to view syllabus none 
HIST 3379 A Cultural History of New Mexico HC 2/HC (breadth), HD, OC, IL
Andrew Graybill
Click here to view syllabus  none 
PSYC 3341 Social Psychology
IIC 1/IIC (breadth), HD, OC;
Elective for major/minor
Chris Logan  Click here to view syllabus waived
SOCI 3372 Contemporary Issues in the American Southwest IIC 2/HSBS (depth), HD, CE  Leslie DeArman Click here to view syllabus  none 

STAT 4340

Statistical Methods for Engineers and Scientists

 TM (breadth);
Required for major

Cornelis Potgieter  Click here to view syllabus
MATH 1337 and MATH 1338

 

Lyle School of Engineering

Course Title UC/Major Credit  Instructor Syllabus   Prerequisites
ME 4322 Vibrations Required for major Elena Borzova Click here to view syllabus
ME 2320 and MATH 3304

 CSE 4340/
EMIS 3340

Statistical Methods for Engineers and Scientists 

TM (breadth);
Required for major 

 Cornelis Potgieter  Click here to view syllabus MATH 1337 and MATH 1338

PP 3310

Environmental Policy   Required for major  Rumanda Young  Click here to view syllabus waived 

 

Meadows School of the Arts

Course Title UC/Major Credit  Instructor  Syllabus Prerequisites

ASPH 3306

Photography in Taos

CA 2/HFA (depth), HC 2/HSBS (depth), IL, OC 

Debora Hunter Click here to view syllabus waived
 ARHS 3307 Photography in Taos Pending Debora Hunter  Click here to view syllabus waived 
ASPT 5302 Color Theory- Directed Study Required for major Jane Starks   Click here to view syllabus ASPT 3300

 

Simmons School of Education

Course  Title UC Credit  Instructor Syllabus  Prerequisites
APSM 3351 Nutrition TM (breadth), CE;
Required for major 
Laura Robinson-Doyle  Click here to view syllabus  none


Course  Name UC Credit  Instructor
ANTH 3301/
SOCI 3301
Health, Healing & Ethics 
PRIE 2, IIC 2, HD, GE  Saira Mehmood
ASPT 1300 Introduction to Studio Painting I   Anna Membrino
BIOL 1305 Our Natural Environment   John Ubelaker
BL 3335 Business Law 
Note: Cox majors only
  Barbara Kincaid
BLI 3302 Business Communications and Leader Development 
Note: Cox majors only
  Paula Strasser
CF 3370/
ENGL 3364
Women and the Southwest   Martha Satz 
CFA 3325/
HIST 3379
A Cultural History of New Mexico   Peter and Susan Bakewell
CFA 3350/
ANTH 3350
 
Good Eats and Forbidden Flesh    Megan Hinrichsen 
CFB 3348/ANTH 3348/HRTS 3348
Health as a Human Right
  Saira Mehmood 
CSE 4340/
EMIS 3340/
STAT 4340
Probability and Statistics for Engineers    Ian Harris
CEE 2322  Field Methods for Soil and Water Analysis
  Andrew Quicksall 
GEOL 1301  Earth Systems    Neil Tabor
 HRTS 4392/
SPAN 3375
 Topics in Spanish-Speaking Communities 
in the US Spanish History
  Lourdes Molina 
 MKTG 3310 Marketing Concepts    Chip Besio  
 MKTG 3340
Fundamentals of Marketing    Chip Besio 
PRW-2 2135
Personal Responsibility and Wellness 2: 
Mountain Sports
  Anne Weil/
Brian Fennig
PSYC 3360 Health Psychology   Max Gunther