- Athletics and Fitness
- Activities For Children
- The Center for Legal Studies
Jump into the pool this summer with Sabrina Michael for a wonderful morning aqua aerobics course! The water is a great alternative for those who suffer from back pain or other ailments, and the resistance provided by the pool will improve cardiovascular endurance as well as muscle tone and flexibility. These classes will keep you active and fit throughout the summer. Come dive in and enjoy the wonderful benefits of aqua aerobics!
When: Mondays-Thursdays, June 1-July 30, 7-8 a.m.
Where: ENMU Natatorium (Behind the Golden Library)
Fee: $60 for semester
Materials: Swimsuit and towel
Ages: 16 and up (minors will need parental consent)
Enrollment: Minimum 4
Swing into summer with Carla Anaya for exciting rotations of tennis lessons! Beginner/Intermediate fundamentals of tennis: learn the basics to play recreationally or begin sharpening your skills. These classes will cover the fundamentals of tennis, including explanations of the line and scoring system, basic strokes and hitting technique. This is a great active learning opportunity for athletes of all ages!
Ages 8-11: 6-6:50 p.m.
Ages 12 and up: 7-8 p.m.
Rotation 1: June 1-June 10
Rotation 2: June 15-June 24
Rotation 3: July 13-July 22
Rotation 4: July 27-Aug 5
Where: ENMU Tennis Courts
Fee: $50 per rotation
Materials required: tennis racquet, workout attire, water bottle, tennis shoes
Ages: 8 and up (minors will need parental consent)
Enrollment: Minimum 5, maximum 12 per rotation
It's about that time again for another summer of fun at Kids' College! We are currently planning a variety of activities for children, ages 6-12 years.
Kids' College combines fun, fellowship and learning, while keeping kids' minds active during their summer break from school. The Leadership Team is comprised of a lead teacher and college-age counselors. The team provides daily activities to stimulate young minds such as science, reading, history and computing. Intellectual activities are mixed with physical and creative activities like art, music, physical education, swimming and more!
Attendance is flexible. Parents may bring their children for the entire eight weeks or one week at a time. Space is limited however, pre-payment confirms a place. Groups are divided by age: 6-8 and 9-12.
When: Mondays-Fridays, June 1-July 24, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Week 1: June 1-5
Week 2: June 8-12
Week 3: June 15-19
Week 4: June 22-26
Week 5: June 29-July 2
Week 6: July 6-10
Week 7: July 13-17
Week 8: July 20-24
Where: Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS)
Ages: 6-12 years (minors will need parental consent)
Enrollment limits for each age group: Minimum 6, maximum 20
Fee: $75 per week for first child; $60 per week for each additional child. (A discounted rate of $500 for all eight weeks for the first child and $400 for all eight weeks for each additional child is available if the eight weeks is paid all at once or through payroll deduction for ENMU employees.) The admission costs for field trips are additional.
Registration fees include the cost of all regular activities and classroom supplies, 45 hours of supervision per week, and daily lunch and afternoon snacks. Kids' College will not meet on the fourth of July.
All payments must be received in the Office of Distance Education and Outreach before a child will be accepted into the program. No payments can be accepted by teachers, counselors or the coordinator.
A registration form must be completed for each child and may be obtained in the Office of Distance Education and Outreach located in Education Building (ED), Room 102. Regular registration will begin on Monday, May 4. Register no later than the 5 p.m. the Friday before each scheduled week of classes (space permitting).
Materials required: Children need to wear comfortable clothes and walking shoes. Also, every day,children are required to bring a backpack containing a swimsuit, towel, sunscreen and refillable water bottle (all labeled with your child's name).
Dive into the summer with these four convenient rotations of swimming lessons. Sabrina Michael and Sadie Syers will be on hand to assist swimmers of all comfort levels. The beginning level is for younger/less experienced swimmers. This rotation will focus on breathing, floating, arm and leg techniques. The intermediate level is for swimmers who can, at a minimum, float, execute the basics of the front and back crawl, and swim half way across the width of the pool unassisted. Swimmers can only be signed up for one level per rotation. Spots are limited, so sign up soon!
Register by: Friday at noon prior to each rotation
Beginners and Intermediate will both meet from 4-4:50 p.m.
Rotation 1: June 1-June 11
Rotation 2: June 15-June 25
Rotation 3: June 29-July 9
Rotation 4: July 13-July 23
Where: ENMU Natatorium (Behind the Golden Library)
Fee: $60 per rotation
Materials required: Swimsuit and towel
Ages: 4 years and up (minors will need parental consent)
Enrollment: Minimum 4, maximum 7 per class section
This intensive, nationally acclaimed program is designed for beginning as well as advanced legal workers. This course will teach students how to work as a full-time or part-time paralegal, and how to open a freelance business. Students will be trained to assist trial attorneys, interview witnesses, investigate complex fact patterns, research the law and assist in preparing cases for courtroom litigation.
The instruction is practice-oriented and related to those areas of the law in which paralegals are most in demand. This program will help students learn new marketable job skills and increase their office's efficiency, productivity and billable hours. There are no prerequisites other than a high school diploma (or GED), but students will be expected to complete a significant amount of homework, and must pass numerous quizzes and successfully complete several legal document writing assignments.
Students have 14 weeks to complete the online course. Students have a maximum of 12 months to complete the two-part course in the online, DVD, or text-only format, for which enrollment is open and ongoing. Students who successfully complete both Paralegal 1 and Paralegal II will receive a Certification of Completion from ENMU. Registration and textbook orders can be placed by calling 800.522.PREP (800.522.7737), or visit legalstudies.com.
Students should have successfully completed the Paralegal Course above, or the equivalent, before enrolling in these Advanced Paralegal Courses. These courses (fourteen different advanced topics) are available in online format lasting seven weeks each. Students will receive 4.5 CEUs upon successful completion of each advanced course, and CLE units (generally seven per topic) may also be awarded to attorneys and other legal professionals who successfully complete an advanced course. More than one course may be taken during any given session, and the topics can be taken in any order; however, it is recommended that students should not take more than three courses per session due to significant homework requirements. Students who successfully complete at least six advanced course topics will receive a Certificate of Completion from ENMU. Registration and textbook orders can be placed by calling 800.522.PREP (800.522.7737), or you may visit legalstudies.com for information and registration.
This course, is offered in an online format, and is designed to help pre-law students excel in their first year of law school. Its objective is to teach a proven approach for attacking the burdensome casebook method of instruction so that dedicated students can enter law school prepared and maximize their studies on the very first day. Students can complete the online course in just seven weeks.
Tuition is $300 with extensive materials (including any first-year course outlines) provided. You may register by calling 800.522.PREP (800.522.7737), or visit legalstudies.com for more information or registration. Students who successfully complete the course will receive a Certificate of Completion from ENMU.
This course is available in a seven-week online format. The course is open to any RN or other medical professional interested in the field of forensic testimony and medical-legal issues, and the curriculum is specifically designed to prepare participants for a career as legal nurse consultant. Building on students' medical education and possible clinical experience, this course prepares participants to testify in court as expert witnesses and to advise law firms, health care providers, insurance companies, and governmental agencies regarding medical issues.
The course teaches legal concepts related to the health care industry, as well as the role a legal nurse consultant might play in litigation areas such as medical malpractice, toxic torts, products liability, personal injury, wrongful death, criminal law, and workers compensation. CEUs for nurses will be available to successful graduates if needed, for an additional small fee. Legal Nurse Consultant Certification (LNCC) Examination eligibility requirements are discussed during this training course; however, students who successfully complete this course need not take the LNCC test in order to practice as legal nurse consultants.
Students receive 42 hours of instruction and will be required to prepare assignments and pass weekly quizzes. Students who successfully complete the course will receive a Certificate of Completion from ENMU. Two repeating sessions are scheduled for this spring. Registration and textbook orders can be placed by calling 800.522.PREP (800.522.7737), or you may visit legalstudies.com for more information or registration.
This course will provide you with comprehensive knowledge of the American judicial system. It will also teach you practical skills including how to assist trial attorneys, interview witnesses, investigate complex fact patterns, research the law, and assist in preparing cases for courtroom litigation.
After successfully completing the tests and assignments for this seven week course, you will know:
- the origins and history of the American legal system
- the meaning and application of important legal terminology
- attorney and paralegal ethics
- techniques of jury selection and the jury selection process
- how to prepare legal documents including demand letters, pleadings, discovery documents, motions and memos
- significant elements of the substantive law of torts, contracts
- the important rules of civil procedure and evidence
- how to conduct a legal interview
- how to conduct legal investigation
- how to conduct legal analysis and perform legal problem solving
Applying to Graduate school usually means taking the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) General Test. Our GRE Preparation Course is a must! We have been preparing students around the world for graduate school since 1980, and this unique online format combines the convenience of independent study with the camaraderie of a classroom environment.
The GRE has two different sections, verbal and quantitative. Our live lecture course will go over both sections, whereas our online course is divided into two separate courses, one to prepare you for the verbal sections of the GRE and one to prepare you for the quantitative sections.
- The quantitative portion of the course features a math review and techniques for tackling the quantitative comparison, discrete quantitative, and data interpretation questions that make up the math sections of the GRE.
- During the verbal and analytical sections of the course we will discuss how to do your best on reading comprehension, analogies, sentence completions, antonyms, and logical and analytical reasoning questions.
- You will practice on actual GRE tests from previous years, and we will cover specific time saving techniques for the computer administrations of the test.
Most MBA programs across the country and internationally require a Graduate Management Admission Test score for program admission. Our GMAT Preparation Course is a must! We have been preparing students around the world for graduate school since 1980, and this unique online format combines the convenience of independent study with the camaraderie of a classroom environment.
The GMAT has four different sections, analytical writing, integrated reasoning, verbal, and quantitative. Our online course is divided into two separate courses, one to prepare you for the verbal and analytical writing sections of the GMAT and one to prepare you for the integrated reasoning and quantitative sections.
- The quantitative section of the course features a math review and techniques for tackling the problem solving and data sufficiency questions that make up the math section of the GMAT. Test-taking techniques and a thorough review of questions types on the Integrated Reasoning section are also included.
- The verbal section of the course covers all question types on the verbal sections of the GMAT. We will explain how to do your best on reading comprehension, sentence corrections, critical reasoning questions, and the analytical writing assessment.
- You will practice on actual GMAT tests from previous years, and specific time saving techniques will be covered for the computer administrations of the test.
The course will prepare participants to work in victim advocacy with domestic violence shelters, crisis centers, crisis hotlines and state and county governments. Course topics include legal terminology, legal process, jurisdiction and venue, ethics, guardianships, crisis intervention, sexual assault, domestic violence, grief counseling, temporary restraining orders, and community counseling. There are no prerequisites; however, students will be expected to complete homework. Students who successfully complete this non-credit course will receive a Certificate of Completion from ENMU. Registration and textbook orders can be placed by calling 800.522.PREP (800.522.7737), or you may visit legalstudies.com for more information or registration.