Online College Courses in New Mexico (NM)
There are a number of colleges and universities that offer both in-person and online college courses in New Mexico. The state offers a multitude of public colleges and universities including the University of New Mexico system and the New Mexico State University system, both of which feature multiple campus locations. The state also features seven private institutions and nine two-year institutions.
Albuquerque. The largest city in the state, Albuquerque is home to more than 545,800 residents and is one of the 10 fastest growing cities in the country. The city is home to the University of New Mexico's main campus, as well as the Kirtland Air Force Base.
- National American University – Albuquerque. National American University is a four-year, for-profit university that offers multiple campuses across the nation. The Albuquerque campus has an enrollment of more than 600 students and offers associate and bachelor's degrees in programs like business, health care, general studies, and more.
- Central New Mexico Community College. Part of New Mexico's state community college network, Central New Mexico Community College offers certificate and associate degrees. Prospective students can choose from programs in landscaping, biotechnology, information technology, and more.
- ITT Technical Institute – Albuquerque. A national for-profit chain, ITT Technical Institute has a campus in Albuquerque and offers both associate and bachelor's degree programs to its 934 students at the physical campus. The school offers programs in business, information technology, engineering technology, and others.
- Pima Medical Institute – Albuquerque. The Pima Medical Institute offers campuses across the Southwest United States, including Albuquerque. The two-year, for-profit institution offers a certificate and associate degrees in various types of health care. Programs include dental assisting, medical coding, and respiratory therapy.
- Pima Medical Institute – Albuquerque Massage School. A sister campus to the Pima Medical Institute, the Albuquerque Massage School offers certificate degrees in massage therapy. The school has an enrollment of 31 students.
- Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute. The Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute is a recognized National Indian Community College. The school offers both certificate and associate degrees. The school has an enrollment of more than 500 students and has programs in business, education, engineering technology, and more.
- University of New Mexico. The state's flagship research institution, the University of New Mexico offers certificate, associate, bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degree programs. The school has the highest number of Native American and Hispanic faculty members in the country and offers 215 degree programs. The school has an enrollment of 22,688 students and features programs in architecture, biology, communication, and more.
- University of Phoenix – Albuquerque. One of the nation's largest for-profit universities, the University of Phoenix's Albuquerque campus has an in-person enrollment of 4,760 students, but thousands more students take classes online. The Albuquerque campus offers several bachelor's and master's degree programs in accounting, business, information technology, education, health care, and more.
Las Cruces. The second-most-populous city in the state, Las Cruces is home to 97,618 residents, as well as New Mexico State University. The city's most significant source of employment comes from the nearby White Sands Test Facility and White Sands Missile Range.
- New Mexico State University – Dona Ana. The Dona Ana campus is a separate, two-year community college campus for the New Mexico State University system that offers students certificate and associate degrees. The school offers programs, both online and in-person, in architectural technology, communication, construction trades, and more.
- New Mexico State University. The state's only land grant university, New Mexico State University was founded in 1888 as an institution of higher learning. An agricultural college was added the following year. Today, the campus has an enrollment of 18,600 students and offers associate, bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees. Prospective students can choose from programs and majors in women's studies, business, education, and many more.
Santa Fe. Santa Fe is the fourth-most-populous city in the state and the state capital. The city can trace its roots all the way back to 11th century, when it was originally occupied by the Pueblo Indians. Today, it is home to more than 75,700 residents.
- Institute of American Indian and Alaskan Native Culture. Founded in 1962, the Institute of American Indian and Alaskan Native Culture was to created to provide academic excellence through the concept of art to both Native and non-Native populations. The school offers associate and bachelor's degrees in creative writing, fine arts, museum studies, and more. The school has an enrollment of 325 students.
- Santa Fe Community College. Part of New Mexico's state community college network, Santa Fe Community College offers certificate and associate degrees to its 4,864 students. The school has a host of programs in construction trades, education, legal studies, and more.
- Santa Fe University of Art and Design. A four-year, for-profit institution, Santa Fe University of Art and Design provides bachelor's and master's degree programs in a variety of fields. The school even offers a number of programs that extend beyond art-related fields. Prospective students can choose from programs including business, computer science, and visual and performing arts.