Geoscience at University of New Mexico
Overview and Context
The University of New Mexico is a Hispanic Serving Institution with 38% of it's 29,000 student body being Hispanic. It is located in Albuquerque, New Mexico and was founded in 1899. The school draws students mainly from New Mexico, but has students from most states in the U.S. The school offers 87 undergraduate degrees and also offers a wide variety of master's and doctoral degrees. UNM is the only Hispanic-Serving Institution in the U.S. that is also classified a Carnegie Research University with Very High Activity.
Bachelor of Arts
- B.A. in Earth and Planetary Science
Bachelor of Sciences
- B.S. in Earth and Planetary Science
- B.S. in Environmental Science
Support for Diverse Students
The University of New Mexico is designated as a Hispanic Serving Institution. More information is provided about how minority students are supported on the Supporting Minority Students at the University of New Mexico web page.