ACES "Brings Science to Your Life" through academics, research, and New Mexico's Cooperative Extension Service. You can pursue academic programs targeting a wide array of careers in industries as diverse as tourism, fashion, environment, resource management, education, and consumer sciences. Of our 22 bachelor degree programs, 14 are offered nowhere else in New Mexico.
The College of Arts and Sciences provides the core liberal arts education that prepares students to be knowledgeable and responsible citizens of the world by conducting and promoting research, scholarship, creative endeavors and outreach to fulfill the land grant mission of the university. This core of a liberal arts education includes all 23 departments in the Fine Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences, and the Sciences.
The College of Business offers majors in accounting, economics, finance, general business, information systems, international business, management, and marketing, including a PGA Golf Management program that is fully accredited and endorsed by the Professional Golfers Association of America.
The College of Education is a national leader in educational leadership and teacher education with specializations in bilingual, multicultural, early childhood, STEM, and special education. The college offers nationally accredited graduate training programs in speech-language pathology, and mental health, and excellent undergraduate programs in Kinesiology, Dance, Physical Education, and Athletic Training.
Throughout 6 departments,undergraduate engineering students have access to creative faculty members and graduate students who research and teach modern engineering problems and techniques in diverse areas, including nanotechnology, aerospace technology, information and security technology, bridge and energy innovations, water quality and waste management, computer engineering and laser technology.
Dedicated to providing academic programs that address issues affecting the quality of life in a rapidly changing society, the College of Health and Social Services prepares our graduates with the knowledge they need to make an impact in our communities. Available programs focus on improving the lives of individuals, families and communities with majors in nursing, public health/community health education and social work.
The NMSU Honors College was the first of its kind in the state, and has provided highly talented students with challenging courses, a dedicated faculty, and enriching research experiences. With more than 3,500 Crimson Scholars on the main campus, the Honors College serves a student body drawn from every department on campus and creates a vibrant and diverse community that encourages the exchange of ideas.
The Graduate School promotes a high quality-learning environment that embraces diversity. New Mexico State University is one of the few research extensive universities that reflect Hispanic, Native American, and other New Mexican cultures. Our international students from Latin American, Asian, African, and European countries add to the richness of our diversity.
The NMSU Library offers access to rich content and research level collections in two library facilities. Zuhl and Branson libraries house more than 1.8 million items and provide electronic access to scholarly journals and databases for both general academic and discipline-specific research. There are a variety of study areas available, including quiet and group spaces, some of which can be reserved.