Comprehensive Exams Fall 2014 Schedule
Theory/Analysis Comprehensive Exam: September 26-28
Research Methods Comprehensive Exam: October 10-12
To sign up, email Dr. Dulcinea Lara at firstname.lastname@example.org
In the subject line of your e-mail type: MCJ COMPS Fall 2014
In the body of the message, include your:
NMSU e-mail handle
Banner ID #
Which exam(s) you intend to take
Please notify Dr. Lara of your intent to take the comprehensive exams no later than September 5.
The comprehensive exams will be conducted via CANVAS, so you will need to have an active NMSU username.
Complete instructions will be posted on CANVAS. https://nmsu.instructure.com/login
Please email Dr. Lara with any questions.
Note: You must have completed all 5 core classes by the time you take the exams. See MCJ Student Handbook.
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REFUND POLICY CHANGE:
MINI SEMESTER COURSE:
CJ 301 M72 – Advanced Research Methods – offered online as a mini semester course – starts March 11. Professor: Dr. Alatorre
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Registration for Summer 2014 starts – April 10.Plan ahead…
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___________________________________________________________________—Reminder:GRADUATE STUDENTS:Spring 2014 MCJ Comprehensive Exams ScheduleMethods: February 28- March 2Theory/Analysis: March 14- March 16MCJ Students: If you have completed all 5 required core courses, and you are following the Focused Coursework option, you are eligible to take the comprehensive exams.You must e-mail Dr. Dulcinea Lara at email@example.com to sign up for the exam that is distributed via CANVAS. If you have passed one part of the exam previously and need only to re-take one part-indicate that in your e-mail. Type ‘MCJ Comp Exam’ in the subject line. I will need you to include in that e-mail, your nmsu username (first half of your nmsu e-mail address), and your Banner ID number to properly register you.You must be an active (enrolled in at least 1 credit) graduate student in order to take the exams. This means that if you have completed all of your coursework and therefore no longer taking classes, then you will need to work with Graduate Student Services to pay an exam fee in lieu of being registered for classes. If you have questions, contact Dr. Lara via e-mail.If you don’t have access to the Canvas site, you have not been signed up. Please contact Dr. Lara asap. ______________________________________ NMSU students to host human trafficking awareness events– Sun-News report Posted: 01/02/2014 02:17:02 PM MST LAS CRUCES >> New Mexico State University students will have a human trafficking awareness event 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Jan. 11, National Human Trafficking Awareness Day.
The event will be at the farmers market in downtown Las Cruces.
NMSU’s Alpha Phi Sigma will also host a screening of the movie “Trade,” about sex trafficking, from 6-8:30 p.m. Jan. 31 in the Corbett Student Union room 302. It is recommended for viewers at least 18 years of age.
Both events are free and open to the public.
For more information, contact Rosa Silva at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Child Endangerment Symposium” that will take place at NMSU on Friday, January 31st from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Please see the attached brochure for full details about the symposium and how to register.
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VWW list of Courses for Spring 2014 Please download the list of VWW courses for Spring 2014.
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Spring registration begins November 7th.
The Student Registration Guide is found at this link: http://registration.nmsu.edu/.
Please see Important Dates for Spring 2014:
**Some of our students are trying to add min-semester course, but have already registered for up to 18 credit hours. These 18 credit hours are considered “billed hours” in terms of cost of full time tuition. In reality, they are just adding and dropping classes, however, all transactions impact their financial account record.
If a student wishes to take additional credits over 18 “billed” hours, they will be charged $279.00 per credit hour. Please inform the student of this “significant” charge to their account, if they choose to enroll for over 18 credit “billed hours.”
If the student still wishes to enroll and agrees to the extra tuition charge; please contact me, I will need to approve an override to increase their “billed hours” over the limit of 18.