You can earn a Bachelor of Arts in Applied Sciences (B.A.A.S.) or Bachelor of Occupational Education (B.O.E.) degree online. All required classes are available via the Internet—no need to drive anywhere, just work from home! These degrees are in the area of vocational education, and are designed for students who already hold an associate's degree or have completed their first two years of college. For information, follow the links below.
- Bachelor of Arts in Applied Sciences (B.A.A.S.)
- Bachelor of Occupational Education (B.O.E.)
- Bachelor of Science in Communicative Disorders
An additional online bachelor's degree, the Bachelor or University Studies (B.U.S.), is available through the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
The Master of Business Administration or M.B.A. degree is also available online. Please contact the College of Business for details.
For additional online course choices, check out the New Mexico Virtual College at www.nmvirtualcollege.org. You'll find information and links to online course and program providers all over the state.
Distance Education Sites
ENMU has distance education sites for polycom classes at the following locations:
- Cannon Air Force Base
- Clovis Community College
- New Mexico Junior College in Hobbs
Students may complete the last two years of select bachelor's degree programs, including the following:
Students may earn the following graduate degrees through coursework delivered via polycom:
- Business Administration (M.B.A.)
- Communicative Disorders (M.S.)
Please note: None of the graduate practicum (CDIS 523) or internship work (CDIS 589) required for this degree can be taken through distance education. All practicum/internship work must be done at department-approved clinical sites, and a portion of it must be completed at the Speech and Hearing Clinic on campus.
- English (M.A.)
Through a combination of distance education and on-site courses, it is possible for students in the Roswell area to complete the last two years of certain bachelor's degrees or a master's degree in education.
Students taking classes via distance education may contact their instructors via e-mail or telephone. See the directory for instructor phone numbers and e-mail addresses. For other assistance, please contact the ENMU Distance Education and Outreach office at 575.562.2165.