CNM and UNM Dual Credit

  • ID: 3825

Scholars accepted into the ABQCA Dual Credit program can take any CNM and/or UNM courses they like, depending on Accuplacer scores.  These courses count for both high school and college credit. Teacher: Ms. Wright

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Criminology 1 and 2

  • ID: 3692

This course covers subject areas such as: classical theory, positivist theory, punishing offenders, routine activity theory, labeling theory, social disorganization theory, peacemaking criminology, and many more. Teacher: Ms. Glantz

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Creative Writing

  • ID: 3705

This course offers students the opportunity to develop and improve their technique and individual style in poetry, short story, drama, essays, and other forms of prose.  The emphasis of the class is on writing, although exemplary representations and authors may be studied to provide a fuller appreciation of the form and craft.  Although most creative…

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Financial Literacy – CNM

  • ID: 3677

This is the FIN1010 CNM course.  Students earn credit at both ABQCA and CNM upon completion of this course. The course introduces students to the basics of money management and financial skills necessary to meet real-world challenges. The course is interactive and will cover concepts and decision making through illustrations and real-life problems. Topics covered…

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Gothic Literature

  • ID: 3685

Gothic Literature is a half-credit course with 14 lessons that analyze the conventions, elements, themes, and other characteristics of Gothic literature. This course covers subject areas such as:  morality and spirituality in gothic poetry, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, dual personalities, Edgar Allan Poe, Dracula, gothic conventions across time, and many more. Teacher: Ms. Glantz

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Independent Study: English Language Arts

  • ID: 3706

This elective course gives scholars the opportunity to explore particular topics within the field of language arts that are not offered as part of the regular curriculum.  The topic is based on scholar choice. Teachers: Ms. Burich, Ms. Sanchez

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Independent Study: Science

  • ID: 3659

This elective course gives scholars the opportunity to explore particular topics within the field of science that are not offered as part of the regular curriculum.  The topic is based on scholar choice.

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Independent Study: Social Studies

  • ID: 3666

This elective course gives scholars the opportunity to explore particular topics within the field of Social Studies that are not offered as part of the regular curriculum.  The topic is based on scholar choice.

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Legal Studies 1 and 2

  • ID: 3691

From traffic laws to regulations on how the government operates, laws help provide society with order and structure. Our lives are guided and regulated by our society’s legal expectations. Consumer laws help protect us from faulty goods; criminal laws help to protect society from individuals who harm others; and family law handles the arrangements and…

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Math Strategies 1-4

  • ID: 3681

Math Strategies courses are available to students who need to build basic math skill before being ready for high-school level mathematics. The course involves a diagnostic assessment and targeted instruction in areas of need.  Four credits are available through Math Strategies, and the courses can be taken concurrently with high school level math courses to provide extra support.

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