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Education 595

EDUC 595 – section M71: Directed Study CRN# 32353

Science and Mathematics Curriculum Development for 5-6 Grades (Fall 2008). This course is an extension of the Scientifically Connected Communities summer institute.

This course can take the place of EDUC 516: Curriculum and Pedagogy I

See the syllabus of this course…

Education 501

EDUC 501 – section M70: Special Topics CRN# 32210

Applied Science and Mathematics Aerospace Curriculum (Fall 2008).

This course can take the place of EDUC 516: Curriculum and Pedagogy I


Admission to NMSU must be completed prior to registering for classes.

Students who are not currently enrolled at NMSU and wish to register without applying for a degree may do the following: Apply for admission as a NON-degree student. You may do this in person at the Admissions office or you can apply online:

  1. Go to
  2. Under Prospective Students, click on ‘Apply Online’
  3. Read instructions for applying online
  4. Under Application Types Click on Non-degree
  5. Complete steps as indicated

$20.00 application fee is currently being waived. For more information contact the Admissions office at (800)-662-6678 or (575) 646-3122.

Students who are not currently enrolled at NMSU and wish to apply for a degree with the Graduate school may do the following:

  1. Go to
  2. Under Prospective Students, click on Admissions
  3. Click on Get Started Today – Apply Online
  4. Under Application Types Click on Graduate School
  5. Review information and apply online or contact the Graduate School directly at (575)-646-2736 for more information.

Class Registration

Once a student is admitted to NMSU they may register for classes online:

  1. Go to http://
  2. Log in using your Username and Password
  3. On your myNMSU homepage you will find your STUDENT and FINANCIAL AID tab.
  4. Click on Registration on the left QUICK LINKS menu
  5. Select the registration term and submit
  6. Enter the CRN of the classes you want to register for and submit the changes
  7. All Distance Ed courses within the schedule are designated as sections M70 – M89

Note: if you are admitted as a NON-degree student, please contact the course instructor you will need their permission to register for these GRADUATE level classes. You will not be able to register yourself online. You may contact Dr. Brown at or (575)-646-1397 if you have any questions.


Please take note of any registration or payment deadlines. For more information contact the Business Office, Accounts Receivable at (575)-646-4911.

Dr. Susan W. Brown
College of Education
PO BOX 30001, MSC 3R
Las Cruces, NM 88003
Phone: 575-646-1397

More opportunities

Another opportunity to consider:

Albert Pierce Foundation

1. Earth Science/Ecology Professional Development in the Fall 2008

2. Environmental Science lab materials provided for the classroom

3. Transportation for classes to go to the Rio Grande or sites around Las Cruces for full lab to half day, inquiry-based labs


Focusing on public elementary, middle and high schools in New Mexico that primarily serve minorities and students underrepresented in the science fields, the main activities of Scientifically Connected Communities (SC2) are to:

  • Provide professional development for science teachers through Summer Academies.
  • Provide lab materials and support for inquiry-based activities throughout the school year.


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