Get started with Robotics at Western New Mexico University

Western New Mexico University is a public university in Silver City, New Mexico. It was founded in 1893. Founded in the Territory of New Mexico on February 11, 1893 as the New Mexico Normal School, the school began to offer classes on September 3, 1894, in a rented Presbyterian church. On June 2, 1893, the nascent board of regents accepted 20 acres (81,000 m2) of Town of Silver City land situated on a hillside overlooking the town donated by Regent, and Mayor Town of Silver City, Colonel John W. Fleming. In November 1896, the school's first permanent building, Old Main, was dedicated, and within twenty years enrollment had reached nearly 500 students. WNMU offers more than 70 areas of study. Twelve master's degree, 41 bachelor's degrees, and 20 associate degrees and certificate programs are available. Fields of study include accounting, business, chemistry, criminal justice, education, environmental sustainability, forest/wildlife, graphic design, history, nursing, occupational therapy, psychology, social work, sociology, and zoology.

Contact Information

Address
1000 W College Ave, Silver City, New Mexico 88062
Email
joseph.shepard@wnmu.edu
Phone
(575) 538-6238

Robotics Training Programs from Western New Mexico University

Western New Mexico University offers technical courses in computer science and electrical technology. Students receive hands-on training and develop skills such as problem solving, critical thinking, interpersonal skills, leadership skills and many more. Graduates of these programs will be able to solve issues in a creative and technical way, demonstrate computer literacy, and are knowledgeable in all aspects of the electrical trade.

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