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Academic Calendar. A minimum of 32 credit hours earned in biology courses. The remainder of the total required credit hours is to be earned in elective biology courses. A minimum of 37 credit hours earned in biology courses. For both the B. No credit toward the major is given for courses completed with a grade of "C-" or below. Only Biology courses completed within the previous ten years may apply. Students should consult their advisor if they feel the incorrect course is applied for credit on their degree audit. Departmental advisement is recommended for students who wish to complete one of these informal specializations. Students who complete the Associate of Science A. The concentration in Biotechnology provides students with specific laboratory skills required for employment in biological and health professions, and make graduates more competitive and successful candidates for admission into graduate programs around the country. The concentration is based on existing CNM Biotechnology coursework and the curriculum is designed to meet competencies common to biotechnology programs around the nation and to be responsive to industry needs. Departmental advisement is required for students who wish to complete the concentration in Biotechnology. A minimum of 45 credit hours earned in biology courses. At CNM the curriculum includes 11 credit hours encompassed within three laboratory-based classes. A minimum of 6 credit hours to be taken from a list of complementary interdisciplinary electives available from the department advisor. The growing emphasis on conservation in the biological sciences supports this concentration. Students may receive either the B. The concentration provides students with a strong background in biology as well as the complementary interdisciplinary skills critical to understanding and addressing contemporary conservation questions. Departmental advisement is required for students who wish to complete the concentration in Conservation Biology. A minimum of one level course must be successfully completed. Candidates for both the B. Climate change and other pressing environmental problems have led to the increased importance of a solid understanding of Ecology, Evolution, and Organismal Biology EEOB. The concentration provides a depth of understanding at multiple hierarchies of biological organization and exposes students to the techniques, methodologies and approaches used by these sub-disciplines. Grades of "C" or better are required in all courses counted for the minor. Transfer students must obtain 6 Biology credit hours at UNM. Students ideally should apply for this program in their junior year.

Spring 2020


Academic Calendar. Keys and Symbols Reference. Introduction to Modern Mechanical Engineering. Mechanical Engineering Design I. Two hours lecture, 3 hours lab. Energy, Environment and Society. A look at the social, ethical, and environmental impacts of energy use both now and through history. A survey of renewable energy and conservation and their impact on environmental and social systems. Mechanical Engineering Design II. First and second laws of thermodynamics and their applications to engineering systems. Availability and irreversibility and their application to second law analysis. Applied Thermodynamics. Kinematics and kinetics of particles, systems of particles and rigid bodies. Fluid Mechanics. Control volume forms of continuity, momentum and energy. Pipe flow and turbomachinery. Introduction to boundary layers and turbulent flow. Laboratory experiments and demonstrations of basic concepts. Mechanical Engineering Laboratory. Heat Transfer.

Art Studio (ARTS)


Academic Calendar. Keys and Symbols Reference. Art Practices I. Art Practices II. It addresses the thematic concepts that are central to the nature of art making today, with emphasis given to issues of MOTIVE and CHANGE while developing concepts, techniques, and processes involved in working in the third dimension. Design I [Two-dimensional Design]. Emphasis will be on basic color theory, elements of dynamic composition, vocabulary of visual arts and design, and development of visual conceptual skills. Students will use a variety of materials and techniques. Introduction to Ceramics. Various methods of forming functional and expressive works out of clay are explored. Methods used include handbuilding and throwing, basic clay bodies, slip and glaze, and atmospheric firing. Ceramics I [Ceramics: Materials and Aesthetics]. The student will also be introduced to a variety of glazing and firing techniques. Introduction to Art and Ecology. Introduction to Photography. The course covers technical information on camera use and functionality, composition and visual design, digital workflow and editing, professional functions of manipulating and enhancing images, and printing correctly and effectively. The historical aspects of photography are also covered. Foundation course designed to prepare students for ARTS The course will explore the history, theory, and contemporary art issues associated with electronic art practice, as well as introduce students to the basic tools and associated technologies. This studio course will introduce simple electronics, software and ideas for working with sound, video, and the Internet to create artwork. Drawing I. Emphasis is placed on rendering a 3-D subject on a 2-D surface with visual accuracy. Painting I. Students will investigate materials, tools, techniques, history and concepts of painting.

Undergraduate Program


We also are working to ensure the prompt, quality customer service you have come to expect from Ruger. We are taking a number of steps to protect our employees, including reducing the number of employees in any one space at a given time. As a result, we have reduced the number of Customer Service employees both taking calls and repairing firearms at any given time. As a result, our phone wait times and repair turnaround times may be longer than usual. We ask for your patience and understanding as we do our best to balance the health and safety of our employees and communities with our desire to provide superior customer service. Under the circumstances, we recommend that customers carefully consider whether service is required at this time. If not, please consider delaying return of your firearm for service until the situation normalizes. Of course, if you are concerned with the safety or reliability of your firearm, please do not use it and contact our Customer Service Department to make arrangements for service. We recommend using our Online Support Request Form below, as we are able to more quickly respond to these submissions during these expected longer phone wait times. We remain committed to offering the best customer service in the industry, and will do our very best to repair and return your firearm as quickly as possible. Simply select a category and then click the "Answer" button next to the question for information on that topic. If you cannot find the answer to your question below, please see here for contact information. Pistols that appeared on the California Roster of Handguns Certified for Sale "Roster" were tested and approved pursuant to the regulations in effect at that time. If we change the weight, dimensions, or materials of a part, then that is a change that CADOJ says requires re-testing. As part of Ruger's program of continuous improvement, we routinely make changes and enhancements to our products. Any firearm that is re-tested must now incorporate microstamping technology described in another FAQ. As this is not feasible, we cannot resubmit any pistols after we have made a change, and the pistol is dropped from the Roster by operation of law. We at Ruger are committed to our customers in California. The problem is the microstamping requirement described in another FAQ in California. What is microstamping? Microstamping is a patented process that micro-laser engraves the firearm's make, model and serial number on the tip of the gun's firing pin so that, in theory, it imprints the information on discharged cartridge cases. California's law requires that any pistol added to the roster includes microstamping technology that imprints this information in two locations on discharged cartridge cases. The technology does not work. An independent, peer-reviewed study published in the professional scholarly journal for forensic firearms examiners proved that the concept of microstamping is unreliable and does not function as the patent holder claims. It can be easily defeated in mere seconds using common household tools. Criminals could also simply switch the engraved firing pin to a readily available unmarked spare part, thereby circumventing the process. To date, no firearms have been made by any manufacturer that utilizes this unproven technology. Yes - Ruger can and will continue to repair and return any handgun which is legal to possess in California i. If your handgun requires replacement, Ruger cannot send a replacement firearm which is not legal for sale in California, including those handguns not listed on the California Roster of Handguns Certified for Sale "Roster". Firearms can only be replaced with a firearm that is legal for sale in California in its factory configuration.

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Applications from individuals with a B. To qualify for a graduate degree, applicants are expected to have at least an undergraduate-level exposure to most of the core ME disciplines. The ME Department does not offer "provisional," "probationary," or "conditional" admissions. For this reason, applicants who do not hold a BSME or closely related degree should complete most of the leveling courses before formally applying for the degree program. This may be accomplished while in the undergraduate or non-degree status. The ME Graduate Director should be consulted to design a course plan. CS Computer Programming Fundamentals or equivalent. CE Statics. Math Applied Ordinary Differential Equations. CE Mechanics of Materials. ME Engineering Material Science May be waived for students who do not intend to pursue Materials and Solid Mechanics areas upon approval of the student's advisor. Back to Information for Prospective Students. ME Graduate Programs. Notes: - Your academic advisor or Committee-on-Studies may require additional leveling courses. Search UNM. Mechanical Engineering Graduate Programs.

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