The College of Education and Technology is involved in a variety of special programs. Several of these are done in partnership with other entities. They all are designed to expand the learning opportunities of students, at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Graduate Level Endorsement Areas
The College of Education and Technology offers two 12-hour graduate-level programs leading to endorsement in a field of study. If you have a bachelor's degree, you can take these courses as a stand-alone endorsement, or they can be folded into a master's degree. Find out more about program options:
ENMU Educators Hall of Honor
NMLEAD Tomorrow's Leaders Today
ENMU and the National Institute for School Leadership are working together on the NMLEAD Tomorrow's Leaders Today (TLT) project. This opportunity, funded by the New Mexico Public Education Department, serves to develop a leadership pipeline of future administrators throughout eastern and southern New Mexico. You may participate in many ways: as a superintendent, a principal, a teacher seeking an education administration licensure who already holds a master's degree, or as a teacher seeking a master's and an education administration license.
Child Development Center
The Child Development Center (CDC) has served as a laboratory school for ENMU since 1949, not only for the childcare needs of the campus and community but also to provide college students with a research facility for those who study child development. The facility offers ENMU students the opportunity for observation and experience to learn in an environment responsive to children's individual needs and interests as well as their physical, emotional, social and cognitive development stages.
Lifelong Wellness Workshops
ENMU has developed a program that supports individual efforts to enhance well-being and quality of life. The first step is a for-credit course offered for faculty, staff and community members. Our Lifelong Wellness Workshops are designed to help you start a physical activity program, increase the effectiveness of your current program or develop your skills to expand physical activity into new areas.