NMSU: About the NMSU College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences
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About the College"Bring Science to Your Life"

The NMSU College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences "Brings Science to Your Life" through academics, research, and New Mexico's Cooperative Extension Service.

Mission Statement

Academics

You can pursue academic programs targeting a wide array of careers in industries as diverse as tourism, fashion, environment, resource management, education, and consumer sciences. Of our 22 bachelor degree programs, 14 are offered nowhere else in New Mexico. We also offer three doctoral programs and nine master degree programs.

Research

Researchers with the Agricultural Experiment Station are located on campus and at 13 research centers across the state. In addition to improving New Mexico's agricultural industry, researchers strive to sustain our natural resources and improve the quality of our lives.

Extension & Outreach

The Cooperative Extension Service provides practical, research based knowledge throughout New Mexico and beyond. Extension staff, located in all 33 counties and tribal offices, deliver 4-H programs, conduct trainings, and share research-based information about livestock, nutrition, horticulture, and many other topics.


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The College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences is located on the west end of NMSU's campus in Las Cruces. We bring science to your life with strong academics, research and Extension education.

Students learn about agriculture, wildlife, environment, family, human nutrition, tourism management and more. Learn more...

Agricultural Experiment Station scientists, located on campus and throughout the state, study ways to enhance New Mexico's agricultural industry, sustain our natural resources and improve the quality of our lives. Learn more...

Cooperative Extension Service faculty, located in all 33 counties and tribal offices, deliver 4-H programs and provide New Mexicans with practical, research-based knowledge about animal resources, home economics, community development and plant sciences. Learn more...