University of New Mexico (UNM)
The main campus of UNM has more than 29,000 students with major schools of engineering, education, business, medicine, and law. More than 130 undergraduate degrees are offered, along with master's degrees in 94 fields and doctoral degrees in 44 areas. UNM is a nationally recognized Class I research institution. UNM's Continued Learning program drives a culture of lifelong education in the area.
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Central New Mexico Community College (CNM)
CNM provides occupational and technical education as well as traditional associate degrees. 30,000 students attend CNM, and the school has some of the country's most innovative programs in advanced manufacturing and microelectronics.
CNM has long been a partner to industry. Albuquerque’s Central NM Community Workforce Training Center specializes in customized training programs to meet company needs. CNM's Workforce Training Center facility provides video conferencing capability, a high-bay area for large manufacturing equipment, computer training rooms, and available instructors for industry to use as a resource for developing and implementing a training curriculum.
CNM also offers a two-year program dedicated to Advanced Manufacturing that provides a steady supply of trained personnel for local manufacturing companies. CNM is on the leading edge of continuing education and industrial training with programs focused in the microelectronics industry for the local semiconductor industry and a new program dedicated to training microsystems technicians.
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