Online degrees are supported by the Office of Distance Education and Outreach, and available to all accepted students. Technology enables new programs, creates partnerships, sparks connections to the community, and provides a global student body access to ENMU's top-notch educators. With over 30 available online degree options, you can learn from the best in everything from business and education to nursing and information systems. Our programs are designed to prepare you with the skills and experience you need to succeed in your chosen professional environment. All the degrees on this page can be obtained 100% online unless otherwise noted.
Our programs are offered online in the following areas:
Online Undergraduate Program Options
|Subject Area||Degree Options|
|Applied Economics and Finance|
|Career and Technical Education|
|Diverse Populations and Age Groups|
|Electronics Engineering Technology||
|Fire and Emergency Services Administration (FESA)|
|Foods and Nutrition|
|Personal Financial Planning|
|Sports and Recreation Management|
Online Graduate Program Options
|Subject Area||Degree Options|
|Pedagogy and Learning|
|Professional Technical Education|
|Alternative Licensure in Elementary Education|
|Alternative Licensure in Special Education|
|Special Education Pedagogy|
How Does Online Learning at ENMU Work?
As an ENMU student, you can complete a 100% online degree program, or complete your degree program with the convenience of online courses mixed into your schedule of on-campus courses. ENMU faculty use a variety of online tools including Blackboard and Mediasite, to provide an enhanced learning experience. As an online student, you still have the benefit of our qualified faculty who are dedicated to your success. Online courses are available 24 hours per day, seven days per week, though there are some courses which require you to be online at a specific time.
What Do I Need?
Once you are an admitted student, when you register for an online course, you will need regular access to a computer with an Internet connection. For an optimal learning experience, you should have high-speed broadband access (LAN, cable or DSL). Most courses require Microsoft Word, PowerPoint or Adobe Reader. Some courses have more advanced system requirements; any advanced requirements are noted in the course syllabus. You can either provide your own computer or use one of our many on-campus computer labs.
Resources for Online Students
As an online student, you will still have access to the same faculty and campus resources as a traditional student. We offer tutoring, counseling, technology help and a variety of other services at your fingertips.
The State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (SARA) is an agreement among member states, districts and territories that establish comparable national standards for interstate offering of postsecondary distance education courses and programs. It is intended to make it easier for students to take online courses offered by postsecondary institutions based in another state.
What does this mean for you? This means that even if you don't live in New Mexico, you may be able to enroll in a completely online program with us.
Distance Education and Outreach
ENMU Station 25
1500 S Ave K
Portales, NM 88130