Western New Mexico University will offer general education classes in Truth or Consequences beginning Fall 2019.
Classes will be held at the WNMU Adult Learning Center on Wednesday and Thursday evenings to accommodate working students.
The courses being presented are Introduction to Philosophy and Introduction to Creative Writing. Both are open for enrollment now and will be taught by Professor John Gist, WNMU Humanities Department Chair and Interdisciplinary Studies Director.
“Whether you are a high school student seeking college credit, a senior citizen who believes in lifelong learning, or an adult who is looking for college credit to advance in your career, these courses will help Sierra County build community through educated discourse among a variety of citizens,” Gist said.
Dual-enrolled students are invited to attend. The classes are listed in the state’s new General Ed Core Course Transfer Curriculum so will transfer to any public college or university in New Mexico. Dual-enrolled students pay no tuition.
Interested parties are urged to sign up now, as space is limited. For more information, contact Gist at John.Gist@wnmu.edu.