Hello and thanks for taking a look at our course offerings at Central New Mexico Community College!
As a community college serving the state’s most densely populated region, we are strongly committed to providing our very diverse community members with as many pathways as possible to educational and career success. We are here to help you achieve your individual goals, whatever they might be.
Some of you might be looking to take freshman and sophomore level classes at CNM in preparation for transferring to a university. Some of you might be looking to earn a certificate or an associate’s degree in one of our many career-technical programs that will lead to new job opportunities. Some of you might need instruction from our caring faculty members to pass a GED test, which will open a new world of opportunities. Some of you high school-aged students might be seeking out our dual-credit offerings, which are more plentiful than any other higher education institution in the state. Or maybe you’re just looking to learn more about general interest topics like your digital camera or how to spice up your cooking skills. Our Community Education program offers all kinds of quick and fun learning opportunities that will enhance your life.
In this course catalog, which contains more courses and more program offerings than any community college in New Mexico, we think you’ll find the courses and the certificate or degree programs that will improve the quality of your life.
Since it opened in 1965, our college has always been known for its welcoming atmosphere; its caring and highly qualified instructors; its highly regarded programs that lead to good jobs in the local economy; and our unwavering commitment to the success of our students.
If you want to empower your life through education, our faculty and staff are here to help you make it happen.
Please take your time and browse this course catalog. I’m confident that you can find your course – not just in this catalog, but in life – by letting CNM be a part of your personal journey.