University

University of New Mexico Bernalillo Site

UNM-Los Alamos at Bernalillo
237 S. Camino del Pueblo
Bernalillo, NM 87004-5973
(505) 771-4071
(505) 771-4558 (FAX)
(505) 867-5066 (SBDC Office)

Welcome to the University of New Mexico-Los Alamos. UNM-Los Alamos is a branch of The University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, the largest four-year university in New Mexico. The UNM-LA branch campus is located in Los Alamos, a community that is home to the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL).

UNM-Los Alamos offers a number of outstanding programs and services to meet a variety of student needs and interests. We offer 14 certificate programs and 18 associate degree programs; community education and customized training courses; small business development seminars through our Small Business Development Centers (Los Alamos and Sandoval Counties); Adult Basic Education programs including General Education Development (GED) and English Language Learners (ESL); and bachelor and graduate degree programs through UNM's Distance Education Program.

UNM-Los Alamos has strong ties to the Albuquerque campus and many students come here to complete the first two years of a four year degree. UNM-LA's course offerings enable students to complete general education requirements, specifically, those that satisfy the UNM Core Curriculum. UNM-Los Alamos also hosts a large population of students who take an evening class in a subject of their interest, or attend one of the many community education classes to brush up on a skill or learn a new one. UNM-Los Alamos has partnership programs with LANL, including Computer Training, and a program through which students may work at LANL while completing a certificate or associate degree at UNM-LA.

UNM-Los Alamos is known for its small classes and dedicated instructors and staff. With an average class size of 10 students, UNM-LA offers the type of hands-on learning usually available only at a private liberal arts college for a bargain community college price.

 

General Information
Community Education provides a broad range of non-credit and short-term informational and recreational courses, as well as workshops for youth and adults. Courses are practical, time-sensitive, and user-friendly, and include language programs, computer training, health education, and others. CEU's are available for many courses.

Most courses are open to high school age students and adults. (Younger participants are accepted in some classes with the instructor's permission.) Registration is ongoing throughout the semester. Please register early, because courses must meet enrollment minimums in order to run. If enrollment is lower than the minimum, Community Education will cancel the course by 1 pm two working days before its start date.

Computer Training

A 21st century career requires 21st century technology skills. We know you have choices when it comes to technology training. Why then, should you choose UNM-LA Computer Applications Training? We offer instructor-led classroom training in the latest software technologies. We provide the latest computers and software in our classroom. Our instructors are professional trainers with industry certifications. Our quality course material is included for student use during and after the course.

At UNM-LA we value your career development. It's for this reason that we offer a number of different instructor-led training courses:

Computer Applications Training (CAT) IT Training (coming Fall 2011 Microsoft IT Academy)
Word Digital Literacy
Excel Database Administrator
Access Web/Windows Developer
PowerPoint Computer Technician Training
Outlook

Visit the main Computer Applications website to see course descriptions, a calendar of scheduled upcoming classes, and more information, as well as to register.

Training Coordinator Eileen Gallegos
Building 2, Room 103
Office Hours: Monday through Friday,
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Contact us at (505) 662-0346 or (505) 697-8037
Or egalleg1@unm.edu

UNM Los Alamos Bachelor & Graduate Programs

Achieve great things

A growing selection of bachelor's and master's degree completion programs is available from UNM to meet your educational goals. Upper division and graduate classes are offered in a variety of ways, making it easier to earn your degree. Classes are offered live or via Interactive Television (ITV) in Los Alamos, online, or by correspondence.

Complete your degree close to home in Los Alamos!

Contact list for Program Advisors

Click linked program titles for description of program.

Master's Degrees

  • Dental Hygiene
  • Educational Leadership
    • Administrative Licensure
    • Instructional Leadership
  • Language, Literacy and
    Sociocultural Studies
    • Literacy / Language Arts
  • Organizational Learning and
    Instructional Technology (OLIT)
    • General Concentration
    • eLearning Concentration
  • Engineering
    • Chemical Engineering
    • Computer Engineering
    • Computer Science
    • Electrical Engineering
    • Mechanical Engineering
    • Nuclear Engineering
  • Nursing
  • Public Administration
  • Doctoral Degrees
    • Nursing
  • Bachelor's Degrees
    • Business Administration
    • Computer Science
    • Dental Hygiene
    • Medical Laboratory Sciences
    • Nursing - RN to BSN Completion
    • Communication
      • Organizational Communications
    • Radiologic Sciences
    • Technology and Training (OLIT)
    • University Studies
    • Certificate Programs
      • Educational Leadership
        • Administrative Licensure
        • Instructional Leadership
      • Organizational Learning and
        Instructional Technology (OLIT)
        • iLearning Concentration
        • eLearning Concentration
        • Leadership for Innovation
          in the New Economy

      • Bachelor's Degrees

        • Nursing - RN to BSN Completion
          • Nursing Advisement Office
            College of Nursing
            UNM School of Medicine
            RN to BSN Students
            Jeri Belsher
            Albuquerque: 505-272-4223
            Toll free: 800-690-0934
            jbelsher@salud.unm.edu
        • Bachelor of Arts in Communication
          Concentration - Organizational Comm
        • Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Sciences
          • Radiologic Sciences Program
            UNM School of Medicine
            Elizabeth J. Greer, M.Ed., R.T. (R)
            Director and Academic Advisor
            Albuquerque: 505-272-5254
            Department website
        • Technology and Training (OLIT)
        • University Studies
        • Bachelor of Business Administration
          • Anderson School of Management
            Advisement and Placement Center
            Albuquerque: 505-277-3888
            Department website
        • Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene
        • Early Childhood & Multicultural Education
        • offered in Gallup & Taos only
        • Bachelor of Science in Education,
          Majoring in Elementary Education
          offered in Farmington, Gallup & Taos only
        • Bachelor of Science in
          Medical Laboratory Sciences
          • Medical Laboratory Sciences Program
            UNM School of Medicine
            Leslie Danielson, PhD, MLS(ASCP)
            Program Director
            Albuquerque: 505-272-5434

          Master's Degrees

          • Organizational Learning and
            Instructional Technology (OLIT)
          • Engineering
            • Computer Engineering
            • Electrical Engineering
            • ECE Graduate Coordinator
              Albuquerque: 505-277-2600
              apply@ece.unm.edu
              Wei Wennie Shu
              Director, Graduate Programs
              shu@ece.unm.edu
          • Nursing
            • Nursing Advisement Office
              College of Nursing
              UNM School of Medicine
              Albuquerque: 505-272-4223
          • Public Administration
            • School of Public Administration
              Mara K. Pierce
              Academic Advisor
              Albuquerque: 505-277-9196
              artgrad1@unm.edu
          • Dental Hygiene
          • Elementary Education
            • offered in Gallup & Farmington only
              Gallup: Ken Van Brott
              Operations Manager
              505-863-7767
              kenvanb@unm.edu
              Farmington: Denise Corcoran
              Operations Manager
              505-566-3051
              dcorcor@unm.edu
          • Secondary Education
            • offered in Gallup only
              Gallup: Ken Van Brott
              Operations Manager
              505-863-7767
              kenvanb@unm.edu
          • Educational Leadership
            • Administrative Licensure
            • Instructional Leadership
            • Linda Wood
              Albuquerque: 505-277-8427
              woodl@unm.edu
          • Language, Literacy and
            Sociocultural Studies,
            Concentration -Literacy/Lang Arts

          Certificate Programs

          • Organizational Learning and Instructional Technology (OLIT)