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NEW MEXICO DUAL CREDIT PROGRAM FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012 New Mexico Higher Education Department Planning & Research Division.

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1 NEW MEXICO DUAL CREDIT PROGRAM FOR ACADEMIC YEAR New Mexico Higher Education Department Planning & Research Division

2 Types of Dual Credit Data Collected SSN STARS ID Demographic Name Ethnicity Gender Birth date High School Postsecondary Institution Type of Courses Taken Credit Hours Grades Year of High School Graduation Methods of Course Delivery Course Location 2 Currently the four tribal institutions are not included but HED is pursuing agreements in future to capture this data.

3 Dual Credit Enrollment Information Fall ,966 Students * 12,105 Records ** Spring ,126 Students * 13,350 Records ** Academic Year ,666 Unique Students *** 6,426 Female Students 4,890 Male Students 3 *The number of students represent distinct head count for a dual credit student for each semester. **Records refer to number of courses each student can take in a given semester ( e.g one student can take three classes so there will be three records). *** For AY11-12, unique students refer to distinct students that were taking DC courses in any semester. The gender count does not add back to the actual count (11,666) as information for demographic info for DC students that enrolled after census is not available. Summer ,146 Students * 1,677 Records **

4 Dual Credit Enrollment By Ethnicity AY Non-resident generally refers to a student who is not a U.S. citizen or does not have a permanent resident status. Asian includes Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander

5 Number of Classes Taken 5

6 Course Grade Distribution OTHER includes Pass / Fail, Credit / No Credit, Withdrawals, No Grade, etc. 6

7 Course Grade Distribution by Gender Fall 2011 Spring OTHER includes Pass / Fail, Credit / No Credit, Withdrawals, No Grade, etc.

8 Dual Credit Enrollment at Postsecondary Institutions 8 Complete list of institution abbreviation available on the last slide of this presentation

9 Dual Credit Hours as a Percentage of Total Institution Credit Hours 9

10 Course Delivery and Course Location Online vs. Regular InstructionHigh School vs. College Campus 10

11 Subject Area of Dual Credit Courses : Fall 2011 CIP CodesTitleEnrollment 1 Agriculture and related sciences457 3 Natural resources and conservation81 4 Architecture and related services3 5 Area ethnic cultural and gender studies16 9 Communication and journalism244 10Communications technologies Computer and information sciences Personal and culinary services Education Engineering36 15 Engineering technologies / technicians Foreign language, literatures, linguistics Family and consumer / human science Legal profession and studies11 23 English language and literature / letters Liberal arts, general studies, humanities Library Sciences6 26 Biological and biomedical science Mathematics and statistics891 28Military Science2 30 Multi / interdisciplinary studies7 CIP CodesTitleEnrollment 31 Park, recreation, leisure, and fitness5 32 Basic skills Leisure and recreational Personal awareness and self improvement Philosophy and religious studies65 40 Physical science Science technology / technicians29 42 Psychology Security and protective services Public administration and social service professions41 45 Social science Construction trades Mechanic and repair technologies / technicians Precision production Transportation and Materials2 50 Visual and performing arts Health profession and related clinical sciences1, Business, management, marketing, and related History CIP refers to Classification of Instructional Program, a federal classification system of courses by subject area

12 Subject Area of Dual Credit Courses : Spring 2012 CIP CodesTitleEnrollment 1 Agriculture and related sciences220 3 Natural resources and conservation33 4 Architecture and related services1 5 Area ethnic cultural and gender studies45 9 Communication and journalism Communications technologies Computer and information sciences Personal and culinary services Education Engineering49 15 Engineering technologies / technicians Foreign language, literatures, linguistics Family and consumer / human science Legal profession and studies13 23 English language and literature / letters Liberal arts, general studies, humanities Biological and biomedical science Mathematics and statistics924 28Military Sceince2 30 Multi / interdisciplinary studies70 31 Park, recreation, leisure, and fitness11 CIP CodesTitleEnrollment 32 Basic skills49 34Health Related Knowledge2 36 Leisure and recreational34 37 Personal awareness and self improvement Philosophy and religious studies Physical science Science Technology/Technicians4 42 Psychology Security and protective services Public administration and social service professions33 45 Social science Construction trades Mechanic and repair technologies / technicians Precision production Transportation and materials moving1 50 Visual and performing arts Health profession and related clinical sciences Business, management, marketing, and related History CIP refers to Classification of Instructional Program, a federal classification system of courses by subject area

13 Institutional Abbreviation 13 AbbreviationInstitution and Campus Name InstitutionCampusInstitutionCampus CCC Clovis Community CollegeMain CNM Central New Mexico Community CollegeMain ENMU Eastern New Mexico UniversityMain ENMURosEastern New Mexico UniversityRoswell Branch ENMURuiEastern New Mexico UniversityRuidoso Center LCC Luna Community CollegeMain MCC Mesa lands Community CollegeMain NMHU New Mexico Highlands UniversityMain NMIMT New Mexico Institute of Mining & TechMain NMJC New Mexico Junior CollegeMain NMSU New Mexico State UniversityMain NMSUANew Mexico State UniversityAlamogordo Branch NMSUCNew Mexico State UniversityCarlsbad Branch NMSUGNew Mexico State UniversityGrants Branch NMSUDANew Mexico State UniversityDona Ana Branch NNMC Northern New Mexico CollegeMain SFCC Santa Fe Community CollegeMain SJC San Juan CollegeMain UNM University of New MexicoMain UNMGUniversity of New MexicoGallup Branch UNMLAUniversity of New MexicoLos Alamos Branch UNMVUniversity of New MexicoValencia Branch UNMTUniversity of New MexicoTaos Branch WNMU Western New Mexico UniversityMain


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