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Approved Courses

The following courses are currently approved as part of the innovationAcademy coursework:

AFST

  • AFST/CCS/NATV/SUST/WMST 109 : Race in the Digital Age

AMST

  • AMST 310 : Police, Violence and Social Control
  • AMST 350 : Immigration and Assimilation
  • AMST 353 : Race Relations in America
  • AMST 356 : Indigenous Internationalism

ANTH

  • ANTH 350 : Human Biology
  • ANTH/CJ/LING 310/319/359 : Language and Culture

ARCH

  • ARCH 462 : ecoMOD Seminar
  • ARCH 472, 672 : Introduction to Digital Production

ARTS

  • ARTS 441/541 : Computational Sustainability

BIOL

  • BIOL 201L : Molecular and Cell Biology

CBE

  • CBE 101: Introduction to Chemical Engineering and Nuclear Engineering

CCS

  • CCS 460 : Chicanos and Latinos in a Global Society

CJ

  • CJ 278 : Writing and Editing for Multimedia Journalism
  • CJ 314 : Intercultural Communication
  • CJ 326 : Gender and Communication
  • CJ 332 : Business and Professional Speaking
  • CJ 360 : Broadcast News 1
  • CJ 375 : Intermediate Reporting
  • CJ 376 : Media Management
  • CJ 393 : Media Entrepreneurship
  • CJ 475 : Advanced Multimedia Journalism
  • CJ 171L : Introduction to Media Writing

CRP

  • CRP 181 : Introduction to Environmental Problems

CS

  • CS 351 : Design of Large Programs
  • CS 460 : Software Engineering

ECON

  • ECON 105 : Introductory Macroeconomics
  • ECON 106 : Introductory Microeconomics
  • ECON/POLS/SOC 395,538/300, 512/398 : Evaluation Lab I: Developing Analytical Skills to Serve Community Organizations in New Mexico

ENGL

  • ENGL 219 : Technical and Professional Writing
  • ENGL 315 : Interdisciplinary Approaches to Literature
  • ENGL 418 : Proposal and Grant Writing
  • ENGL 418 : World Changing Proposals

FA

  • FA 250 : Introduction to Arts Management
  • FA 365 : Social Media Marketing
  • FA 470 : Arts Entrepreneurship
  • FA 470 : Advanced Topics in Arts Mgmt Practices: Creative Economy
  • FA 470 : Funding for the Arts

HIST

  • HIST 326 : History of Christianity to 1517
  • HIST 327 : History of Christianity 1517-present

IFDM

  • IFDM 105 : Interdisciplinary Film + Digital Media
  • IFDM/ARCH 491/462, 662 : Data Sphere: visualization of urban complexities
  • IFDM/ARCH 491/462, 662 : Creating for Novel Displays
  • IFDM/CJ 491/393 : Mobile reporting technology

MA

  • MA 210 : Introduction to Film Studies
  • MA 435 : International Horror Film

MATH

  • MATH 116 : Math and Music

MGMT

  • MGMT 190 : Influence & Persuasion in Organizations: A Scientific Approach
  • MGMT 190 : Business Boot Camp
  • MGMT 202 : Principles of Accounting
  • MGMT 324 : New Venture Creation
  • MGMT 329 : Data Management
  • MGMT 427 : Global Experiential Learning
  • MGMT 435 : Marketing Strategy
  • MGMT 483 : International Marketing
  • MGMT 485 : Retail Management

OILS

  • OILS 420 : Creativity and Technical Design
  • OILS 466 : Principles of Adult Learning
  • OILS 481 : Technological Change and Society

PCST

  • PCST 340 : Evolution of Religiosity

POLS

  • POLS 200 : American Politics
  • POLS 260 : Political Ideas
  • POLS 309 : Black Politics
  • POLS 313 : Women and the Law
  • POLS 361 : Ancient and Medieval Political theory

PSY

  • PSY 105 : General Psychology
  • PSY 240 : Brain & Behavior
  • PSY 375 : Psychology of Women
  • PSY 433 : Depression: Prevention, Diagnosis & Treatment
  • PSY 454 : Positive Psychology

SOC

  • SOC 213 : Deviance
  • SOC 310 : Sociology of Aging and the Aged
  • SOC 331 : Social Movements
  • SOC 340 : Sociology of Medical Practice
  • SOC 412 : Sociology of Police and Social control
  • SOC 461 : Visualizing Global Change

STAT

  • STAT 145 : Introduction to Statistics
  • STAT 345 : Elements of Mathematical Statistics and Probability Theory
  • STAT 427 : Advanced Data Analysis 1
  • STAT 428 : Advanced Data Analysis 2
  • STAT 427, 527 : Advanced Data Analysis I

SUST

  • SUST 134 : Creating a Sustainable Future: Intro to Environmental, Social and Economic Health
  • SUST 334 : Sustainability Practicum
  • SUST 364 : Grower's Market Practicum
  • SUST 434 : Synthesis of Sustainability Perspectives and Innovations
  • SUST 499 : Sustainability Independent Capstone Project as Research or Creative Expression

UHON

  • UHON 204 : Globalization and Human Rights
  • UHON 205 : Researching College Athletics: History, Ideals, and Change
  • UHON 301 : The Publishing Process
  • UHON 401 : Local Games in ABQ
  • UHON 402 : Big Data, Big Opportunities

UNIV

  • UNIV 391 : Leadership in Student Organization

WMST

  • WMST 313 : Women and the Law
  • WMST 379 : Women, Medicine & Health
  • WMST 498 : Feminism in Action

FLC

  • FLC 601 : Debating Civilization
  • FLC 602 : Dancing through Time – From the Cave to Krump
  • FLC 603 : Fish Out of Water?
  • FLC 604 : Nonprofits & Social Change
  • FLC 605 : Let’s Talk Health
  • FLC 606 : How to Become a Person
  • FLC 607 : Practice of the Wild – Earth Science
  • FLC 608 : Society & Inequality
  • FLC 609 : Microbes – Friends or Foes?
  • FLC 610 : 21st Century Health Challenges
  • FLC 611 : Early Latin American Peoples
  • FLC 612 : Advocating for Animals
  • FLC 613 : The Biology of Toxins
  • FLC 614 : Your Language Questions Answered
  • FLC 615 : Languages & Their Speakers
  • FLC 616 : The Language of Resistance
  • FLC 617 : Chicana/o Civil Rights Movement & the Law
  • FLC 618 & 619 : So, You Want to be a Doctor
  • FLC 620 : Why Burn Harry Potter Novels?
  • FLC 621 : Social Media Marketing
  • FLC 623 : EarthArts – A Wild Way of Knowing
  • FLC 624 : Explorations in Education
  • FLC 626 : Ethics in Organizations
  • FLC 629-632 : African Folktales & Proverbs
  • FLC 633 : Ceramic Seduction
  • FLC 634 : Love, Lust & Passion
  • FLC 635 : The Space-Age Epic
  • FLC 636 : Framing Your World
  • FLC 637 : Fundamentals of Acting
  • FLC 638 : Theatre Appreciation
  • FLC 639 : Internet Memes & Digital Media
  • FLCs 640-643 : Music & Spoken Word in Politics
  • FLC 644 : From Twelve Angry Men to Nine Supreme Justices
  • FLC 645: The Management of Disasters
  • FLC 647: The Trail of Time – New Mexico Geology
  • FLC 653 : Introduction to Hip Hop Culture
  • FLC 655 : Chemistry in Our Community
  • FLC 656 : Philosophy & Human Nature
  • FLC 660 : Shark Tank Talk
  • FLC 662 : Impact of Media on Contemporary Culture 


For information on these courses, please consult the UNM course catalog.

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