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Enrollment for the University of New Mexico-Los Alamos engineering program is up, with 40 incoming freshmen declaring engineering as their chosen program.
Program Coordinator Oksana Gerlits and Cindy Leyba of the UNM-LA site of the Bachelor and Graduate Program through Extended University have worked closely with the Engineering Department at UNM Albuquerque to make sure course offerings are available for students who want to do bachelor’s-level work in engineering on the UNM-LA campus.
“We had a very favorable meeting with Dr. Heileman, director of the Undergraduate Electrical and Computer Engineering Program and Dr. Shen, the interim chair of the Mechanical Engineering Dept.,” Leyba said. “They are willing to support us in offering both live and online classes. We plan to offer our first 300 level ECE course in Fall 2011. The School of Engineering has committed to putting 20 upper division and graduate courses on-line over the next few years,” she said.
Engineering students will use state-of-the-art software worth $150,000, thanks to National Instruments, headquartered in Austin, Texas.
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