NMSU is one of the few universities with an accredited MPH that offers their entire program in an on-line format. This complements our traditional MPH where students take classes at the Las Cruces main campus. The on-line program is intended for working public health practitioners who are unable to attend classes in Las Cruces.
For more information about this format, contact:
Dr. Sue Forster-Cox
Albuquerque 575-646-0344 (toll free from Las Cruces)
Is NMSU authorized to offer distance education in my state? Check HERE.
Before you can enroll in an NMSU distance education program or course, NMSU must be authorized in your state to offer distance education. Please note for distance education programs with internships, clinicals, and practicums additional state restrictions may apply for which NMSU might not be authorized.
To find out the NMSU’s authorization status in your state, review your state’s status information. It’s recommended you check back. Since NMSU is working on getting authorized in more states or a state becomes a SARA state, this information will change.
NMSU Albuquerque Center
The Center supports the Online Master of Public Health (MPH) program by coordinating access to student services and faculty advising opportunities for online students. Located in the PineTree Corporate Center, the Albuquerque Center provides 40,000 square feet of space designed for education and support services. This space includes:
- 17 classrooms: 8 large, 6 medium, 2 small, and 1 tiered mega-classroom
- 4 computer classrooms
- 4 conference spaces
- Offices for academic programs and faculty
The Center is located at:
4501 Indian School Road NE, Suite 100
Albuquerque, NM 87110
Contact: (575) 646-0309 or (505) 830-2856| Fax: (505) 883-3235
or Email: Hilda Candelaria at email@example.com