- School of Hotel, Restaurant & Tourism Mgt (SHRTM)
- Fish, Wildlife & Conservation Ecology (FWCE)
- Family & Consumer Sciences (FCS)
- Entomology, Plant Pathology & Weed Science (EPPWS)
- Animal & Range Sciences (ANRS)
- Plant & Environmental Science (PES)
- Agricultural & Extension Education (AXED)
- Agricultural Economics & Agricultural Business (AEAB)
Agricultural Economics & Agricultural Business (AEAB)
The mission of the Agricultural Economics and Agricultural Business (AEAB) department is to improve society's ability to sustainably manage resources in the areas of marketing and natural resource economics and policy. We do this through teaching, research and outreach.
Agricultural & Extension Education (AXED)
The Department of Agricultural and Extension Education (AXED) strives to provide students with content knowledge, technical skills, and applied experiences that will establish our students as successful individuals post-graduation from the College of Agriculture and Consumer Environmental Sciences.
Plant & Environmental Science (PES)
The Department of Plant and Environmental Sciences (PES) conducts research on and trains students to become professionals dealing with the agronomic, horticultural, and environmental aspects of agriculture in New Mexico and the arid/semiarid regions of the world.
Animal & Range Sciences (ANRS)
Students can major in Animal Science or Rangeland Resources (ANRS) and are provided with the very best of "hands on" academic instruction by our faculty. Fully equipped labs allow students access to cutting-edge research in: livestock nutrition, genetics, physiology, endocrinology, meat science, wool, toxicology, watershed and rangeland ecology, weed and brush control, plant systematics, grazing management
Entomology, Plant Pathology & Weed Science (EPPWS)
The Entomology, Plant Pathology, and Weed Science (EPPWS) department is a multi-disciplinary group of scientists and teachers whose mission is to provide academic instruction, research and service that focuses on managing pests in semi-arid ecosystems. The strength of the department is the interaction of these disciplines in understanding the biology of pest organisms, their interactions, and how pests impact urban, agricultural and natural resources.
Family & Consumer Sciences (FCS)
The Department of Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) is committed to providing students with excellent educational experiences that will prepare them to enter the workforce, further their education, and/or engage in community service upon graduation.
The department has dynamic, intellectual faculty and student body working toward improving the quality of individual and family life for all New Mexicans.
Fish, Wildlife & Conservation Ecology (FWCE)
The mission of the Fish Wildlife and Conservation Ecology (FWCE) Department is to apply traditional and emerging scientific methods to understand the ecology of fish and wildlife, and use this knowledge for conservation and management. The department strives for excellence in research, teaching and outreach with efforts focused on the diverse ecosystems of the American Southwest and Northern Mexico
School of Hotel, Restaurant & Tourism Mgt (SHRTM)
The School of Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management (SHRTM) prepares students for management positions in the rapidly growing hospitality and tourism industries.
With an academic background tailored to meet industry needs, HRTM students leave campus ready to succeed in the world's greatest industry.