New Mexico Junior College - Engineering Ranking 2015

New Mexico Junior CollegeRanked
1,141
in the USA
New Mexico Junior College is a very small public college with some focus on engineering majors and located in Hobbs, New Mexico. This school was founded in 1965 and is presently offering certificates and associate's degrees in 4 engineering programs.

New Mexico Junior College is very cheap (see more affordable colleges in NM); tuition is about $3,000 a year. According to recent data analysis, New Mexico Junior College area is relatively safe: the college is reported to have a rather good rating for campus security.

New Mexico Junior College engineering program ranks #1,141 (out of 1871; top 65%) in the United States and #10 in New Mexico. Major competitors for this school are Texas Tech University in Lubbock and The University of Texas in El Paso. See the details about all twelve competing engineering schools and list of offered engineering majors below.

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Overall school rankings 2015:

Ranked #10 Engineering School in New Mexico
Ranked #222 Engineering School in The West
Ranked #1,141 Engineering School in USA

Programs rankings 2015:

State of New Mexico Ranking

The Third Best Engineering Physics School
Ranked #4 Mechanical Engineering School
Ranked #5 Drafting & Design School
Ranked #5 Engineering Technology School
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The West Regional Ranking

Ranked #27 Engineering Physics School
Ranked #95 Mechanical Engineering School
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USA National Ranking

Ranked #136 Engineering Physics School
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You could be interested in other ways to get accepted at New Mexico Junior College:
Mechanics Programs - ranked top 60% in USA
Also, check how New Mexico Junior College is ranked among affordable colleges in New Mexico.

Contact information:

New Mexico Junior College
5317 Lovington Hwy
Hobbs, NM 88240
Phone: (505) 392-4510

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New Mexico Junior College Location Map

Engineering majors offered:

One but less than two years certificate

Design and Drafting Technology
General Drafting and Design Technology
Nuclear Engineering Technology

Associate's degree

Automotive Engineering Technology
Design and Drafting Technology
Nuclear Engineering Technology

Local competitors:

Texas Tech University - Engineering School Ranking
Texas Tech University

Lubbock, TX, 30 engineering programs

The University of Texas at El Paso - Engineering School Ranking
The University of Texas

El Paso, TX, 20 engineering programs

New Mexico State University - Engineering School Ranking
New Mexico State University

Las Cruces, NM, 20 engineering programs

West Texas A & M University - Engineering School Ranking
West Texas A & M University

Canyon, TX, 3 engineering programs

Midland College - Engineering School Ranking
Midland College

Midland, TX, 7 engineering programs

Abilene Christian University - Engineering School Ranking
Abilene Christian University

Abilene, TX, 2 engineering programs

Western Technical College El Paso Diana - Engineering School Ranking
Western Technical College El Paso Diana

El Paso, TX, 2 engineering programs

The University of Texas of The Permian Basin - Engineering School Ranking
The University of Texas of the Permian Basin

Odessa, TX, 2 engineering programs

Eastern New Mexico University - Engineering School Ranking
Eastern New Mexico University

Portales, NM, 2 engineering programs

Lubbock Christian University - Engineering School Ranking
Lubbock Christian University

Lubbock, TX, 1 engineering program

Amarillo College - Engineering School Ranking
Amarillo College

Amarillo, TX, 12 engineering programs

El Paso Community College - Engineering School Ranking
El Paso Community College

El Paso, TX, 8 engineering programs

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