Luna offering eight-week courses starting Oct. 12; registration now open
Luna Community College is offering a number of eight-week courses set to begin the week of Oct. 12. Registration for the classes is now open and will continue through Friday, Oct. 16.
Those seeking more information and details about how to enroll are advised to visit luna.edu/schedule or call 505-454-2550.
The college typically offers a select number of short-term courses for various reasons, including the fact they may fit more readily into some students’ schedules. That is true for pre-professional training coursework such as commercial driver’s license and certified nursing assistant classes.
This fall, the offerings include Cultures of the World, Baking Principles, Introduction to Business, Interpersonal Communication, Introduction to Short Fiction, First-Year Seminar for College Students, U.S. History II, Algebra with Applications, Music Appreciation: Western Music, American National Government, Introduction to Video Game Development, Introduction to Sociology, History of Christianity, Introduction to Psychology, Medical Terminology. Many of the course credits may be applied toward degree programs and are transferable to four-year institutions. (Check with individual program advisors for more information.
Tuition rates at Luna remain among the best values in the Southwest, starting at $40 per credit hour for in-district residents. Additionally, financial assistance is available.
Classes will run through the end of the fall semester on Dec. 4. As with most of the classes this semester, they will be offered online to help ensure the health and safety of students and others in the campus community.