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New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology

Socorro, New Mexico, United States
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About New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology

Established in 1889, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology is a coeducational public university. It is located in Socorro, New Mexico.

Associate's, bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees in science and engineering are offered in New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology.  This institution serves the diverse population of New Mexico by integrating education, research, public service, and economic development through emphasis on science, technology, engineering, mathematics, natural resources, communication, and cultural awareness.

The values it emphasizes are: Creativity, excellence, integrity, collegiality and citizenship, service, leadership, and commitment to economic prosperity and technological development.

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New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology recognizes the importance of research projects to prepare all students for their career. It has more than a dozen research divisions that work with private industry, government agencies and other universities.

In addition, nearly all professors in every academic department maintain active research projects that involve undergraduate students. Meanwhile, there are more than 400 graduate students conduct research along with their academic advisors and committees to finish their master’s and doctorate degrees.

New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology is located in Sunny Socorro, New Mexico.  It is easy to access to rock-climbing, mountain biking, hiking, camping, star-gazing, and so on.


Courses available 10

Applied, Pure Sciences 9 Health and Medicine 1


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