Eastern New Mexico has established 2 plus 2 programs (2+2) to allow students to continue their educations by transferring college credits to Eastern New Mexico University-Portales. This is a bachelor's degree program that ideally requires 2 years at Central New Mexico Community College and 2 years at Eastern New Mexico University-Portales, to complete. These are specific degree plans drawn up between ENMU Portales and CNM for variety of academic programs. There are a clear set of courses to take at each school in order to satisfy the overall program requirements and obtain your degree. In addition, some classes for the ENMU degree are taught at CNM, which assists CNM students in an efficient path to their bachelor's degree.

Please note that if documentation is posted on these pages, it may not provide the most current information. Both Central New Mexico Community College and Eastern New Mexico University-Portales are always working to upgrade programs, so the posted materials should be considered a guide only. Contact the specific department you are interested in for the most current information.

ENMU's partnership with CNM includes the following 2+2 programs and BAAS programs.

2+2 Programs

  • AA in Anthropology to a BS in Anthropology
  • AA in Behavioral Science to a BS in Psychology
  • AA in Business to a BBA in Business Administration
  • AA in Communication to a BS in Communication, Journalism Emphasis
  • AA in Communication to a BS in Communication, Public Relations Emphasis
  • AA in Criminology to a BS in Criminal Justice
  • AA in English to a BA in English
  • AA in Fine Art to a BFA in Art
  • AA in History to a BS in History
  • AA in Political Science to a BS in Political Science
  • AA in Sociology to a BS in Sociology
  • AA in Spanish to a BA in Spanish
  • AA in Theatre to a BS in Theatre

Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences in Applied Arts and Science Concentrations

  • Animal Science
  • Aviation Science
  • Business
  • Career and Technical Education
  • Criminal Justice/Sociology
  • Culinary Arts
  • Diverse Populations and Age Groups
  • Electronics Engineering Technology
  • Electronics Engineering Technology (Analog)
  • Electronics Engineering Technology (Digital)
  • Emergency Management
  • Family and Consumer Science
  • Family and Consumer Science Foods and Nutrition
  • Fire and Emergency Services
  • Human and Social Sciences
  • Information Systems and Programming Design
  • Liberal Arts
  • Personal Financial Planning
  • Pre-Professional Education
  • Religion
  • Science

For More Information

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Office Location: Student Academic Services (SAS), Room 107
Phone: 575.562.2182