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Diverse Issues in Higher Education recognizes NMSU graduate programs

  • By Emily C. Kelley
  • 575-646-1957
  • ekelley@nmsu.edu
  • Jul 26, 2013
NMSU Spring Blooms on Campus.

New Mexico State University remains a Top 100 institution for conferring master's degrees to Hispanic students and American Indian students according to a recently published report by Diverse Issues in Higher Education.

NMSU ranks 23rd on the list of Top 100 Degree Producers for master's degrees awarded to Hispanic students and 28th for master's degrees conferred to American Indian students.

NMSU has been successful in a variety of rankings this summer. The university has been recognized as a "Best Buy" for online engineering master's program by GetEducated.com, a Top 100 Degree Producer of both Hispanic and American Indian bachelor's degrees by Diverse Issues in Higher Education, and acknowledged as offering one of the Most Affordable Online College Degree Programs by Affordable Colleges Online.

To read stories about these rankings and other New Mexico State University news, visit newscenter.nmsu.edu.