From healthcare to hospitality, there are many bachelor’s degrees available online from schools in the state of New Mexico. Many of these programs can be completed entirely online and attract students from all over the state and even beyond. For a snapshot of the online degree program picture in New Mexico right now, read on about the following three colleges:

New Mexico State University

  • Number of Online Bachelor’s Degrees: 6
  • Fields Offered: Sociology, Business, Criminal Justice, Information Technology, Education, Nursing
  • Accreditor: North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA)

New Mexico State University offers several bachelor’s degrees through its Distance Education College of Extended Learning. The programs are geared toward students with various educational and professional needs, and students can access their programs at any time. The university uses the Canvas online learning platform for nearly all online courses and connects with iTunes U, a free hosted service where students can access lectures, assignments, videos, and other course content 24/7. The platform also offers i-clicker, an audience response system that gives students the opportunity to instantly answer questions posed by their instructor. Students regularly communicate with professors and classmates via instant message and email.

National American University

  • Number of Online Bachelor’s Degrees: 8
  • Fields Offered: Business, Criminal Justice, Healthcare, Information Technology, Management, Nursing
  • Accreditor: North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA)

In addition to associate degrees and diplomas, National American University offers a full range of online bachelor’s degree programs, with 11 tracks in business administration, five tracks in information technology, an RN to BSN degree, and more. Courses in all programs are designed to be as flexible as possible so students can manage workflow on their own terms. Students are asked to introduce themselves to fellow online classmates at the beginning of each course and participate in regular discussions.

Eastern New Mexico University

  • Number of Online Bachelor’s Degrees: 7
  • Fields Offered: Applied Arts and Sciences, Aviation, Communications, Nursing, Education, Religion, Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Accreditor: North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA)

The online degree programs at Eastern New Mexico University provide flexibility for working adults, entrepreneurs, and busy students looking to fit a bachelor’s education into their current schedules. ENMU offers online degree concentrations in applied arts and sciences, aviation science, communicative disorders, nursing, occupational education, religion, and university studies. Students have access to coursework, materials, and lectures 24/7, they can set their own study and class time hours, and they can communicate with professors and classmates online via chat, email, and discussion boards.

Higher Education in New Mexico

The higher education system in New Mexico consists of 25 colleges and universities. Bachelor’s degrees are offered by eight public institutions and seven private institutions, and many of these schools offer several options for any student interested in earning a bachelor’s degree online in New Mexico. In addition to baccalaureate options, there are many organizations offering distance learning to high school students and professionals. Central New Mexico Community College and the Institute of American Indian Arts are among several institutions offering dual-credit courses to high school students.

Students can choose from coursework as varied as studio arts, creative writing, museum studies, foreign languages, math, natural sciences, and journalism to get both high school and college credit. The New Mexico Primary Care Association is another example of a distance learning initiative in New Mexico and also offers a distance learning program to connect New Mexico’s health care centers with online e-learning options, collaboration opportunities, and communication technology programs.

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