NMSU has recently moved to centralized advising but we continue to recommend talking to ETSE faculty advisors/mentors.
ETSE provides students with advising for degree completion, career choices, and life choices. Together, you and your mentor can develop your degree plan consistent with your major and areas of interest, including minors and concentrations and fulfilling NMSU and State of New Mexico General Education requirements. Working with your mentor will help you to make timely and satisfactory progress toward your degree. Your advisor acts as a guide, helping you plot the course of your degree.
Your responsibilities as a Student are to:
- check your NMSU email account regularly to stay up to date with current information, (the NMSU email is your official communication method)
- create a proposed schedule for this semester and following semesters,
- pay close attention to co- and prerequisites for each course; also if they are fall, spring, or summer only offered courses
- consider your career goals when choosing electives, concentrations, or Minors,
- contact and schedule appointments with your advisor/mentor if you have questions,
- track your individual progress by logging into the STAR Audit System,
- be aware of important dates and deadlines i.e., drop/add, scholarships etc. – see the link: NMSU Advising
- seek your faculty mentor if you have any questions or concerns regarding your progress.
The responsibilities of a Mentor are to:
- provide you with accurate academic information including general education requirements and NMSU policies
- help you design a realistic degree plan that is consistent with your area of interest as well as your career and personal goals,
- refer you to the appropriate service or department based on need,
- help with career and life choices
Need a little help:
- Engineering Learning Center: tutoring, industry speakers, workshops, faculty mentoring, peer mentoring…
This should be your first choice for help, tutoring, advice, and a place to talk with knowledgable people about school.
- Hardman and Jacobs Undergraduate Learning Center – Open M-F 8:00am to 5:00pm Hardman-Jacobs room 128, This is an excellent resource – take advantage of it!! Students can walk in or make appointments to meet one-on-one with a learning skills facilitator for assistance with learning/study strategies.
- Campus Tutoring Service Corbett Center Student Union, Room 206 M-Thr 1:00-8:00 pm and Sunday 1-4:00pm. No appointment necessary 646-6050
- Math Success Center open for tutoring: http://www.math.nmsu.edu/msc/ The Math Success Center (MSC) is open to provide tutoring for lower-level math and statistic classes.The MSC, located in Walden Hall, Room 101, is open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday.
- Student Support Services: http://trio.nmsu.edu
- Student Success Center: http://ssc.nmsu.edu/zuhl/tutoring/index.html
- All Engineering Tutoring: https://engr.nmsu.edu/tutor/
- NMSU Writing Center: https://towc.nmsu.edu/
- Summary of Tutoring options: tutoring
- If you want to talk with a engineering student mentor who knows the ropes from a student point-of-view, please contact Elizabeth Howard (firstname.lastname@example.org) or come by 1st Floor of Goddard Hall.
Academic Degree Plans
|Engineering Technology Programs:||Digital Electronic Applications||Construction Technology|
|CET Degree Plan||Digital Forensics||Renewable Engineering Technology (RET)|
|ECET Degree Plan||Manufacturing||Transportation Technology|
|IET Degree Plan||Renewable Energy Technology (RET)||Water & Wastewater Technology|
|MET Degree Plan||Information Security Technology|
|Other Programs:||Surveying Engineering|
|Geomatics/Surveying Degree Plan|
|ICT Degree Plan|