New Mexico State University
- Graduate School
- Las Cruces, NM
New Mexico State University Reviews
Rating 4.26 out of 5 39 reviews
The affordability, location, academic standing, and most importantly the interaction with faculty and professors. They truly make an effort to help the student succeed and make themselves available to help overcome any obstacles "we" the students face or are currently facing. I've never had a University with approximately 1100 students care so much.
Grading system is fair and academic challenges faced are proper. As mentioned before, professors always encourage students to ask questions, ask for help, and to take advantage of utilizing the professor's brain. It's in the student's best interest to take advantage of opportunities from the professors to help grasp a better understanding of material.
Coursework is engaging but not as challenging as I would like it to be. Quantitative courses within the department were weak, and I supplemented them with courses from other NMSU graduate departments
I like the diversity in faculty and classmates. The faculty provides viewpoints unique from textbooks on public health and health education, because of their personal backgrounds.
The academics at NMSU are Unmatched compared to that of bigger universities. Classes are typically smaller meaning that having that interface with your professor and ability to ask questions is more accessible.
Coursework was engaging and included real life examples. Online courses were easy to Navigate and instructors were knowledgeable and helpful!
Coursework was manageable, informative and included real life examples. Online courses were easy to follow and instructors were knowledge and helpful with Coursework and material. Practicum experience was very beneficial.
Professors within the college of education are passionate about what they teach. They make themselves available to students.
NMSU is a great smaller university that provides a more personal experience. There is support for students of diverse backgrounds. The professors care about the topics they teach and about their students. The campus is beautiful and easy to navigate.
The coursework is purposeful and engaging. Many of the classes allow for practice and application of the content.
Academics were difficult for me. I was in my 40s going back for a Master of Arts in Teaching: Dance (MATD). But, it was doable. I welcomed the challenge.
The faculty and staff are engaging and happy to help. My professors in the dance program encourage me. As an older, non-traditional, student they understood the gravity of coming back to school. They identified resources to help me.
Overall, NMSU was great for both my undergraduate and graduate degrees. They have some resources available and I was amazed in their ability to change during the pandemic.
Rigorous, accredited, high standards, fun, diverse, relevant and interesting. A+ professors and teaching staff. Passionate & committed.
Professors know their stuff. They are helpful & encourage students but push students to do better. It's not easy but they work with you so you can accomplish goals successfully. Work with students in unique situations to accommodate them so they can earn their degree, or more than one.
The academics are good that when others decide to get a tour they see that their academics are good in most careers like law enforcement, criminal justice, and engineering.
I like it when I went to give a tour, to see the different careers they have and decide which one I was interested in. I would like to see a change in that more students decide to go to that school to make their career education.