The NMJC counselors can assist students in selecting courses needed for their particular degree plan. The Counseling Office houses college catalogues, admission applications and transfer guides for many regional 4-year institutions. Counselors are on hand to ensure all students are taking courses with transferability potential. If you intend to transfer to a 4-year college or university upon completion of your associate degree from NMJC, visit with a counselor today!
You may view NMJC degree plans by going to the majors listed under Academic Degrees and Programs. For assistance with degree plans for other colleges and universities, please visit with an NMJC counselor. Also, many plans for other colleges and programs are available immediately below under Transfer Curriculum Guides.
Transfer Curriculum Guides - work in progress
The plans below are guidelines to help you choose classes at NMJC for transferring into your intended major at another college. These plans are based on articulation information provided by the other colleges. However, please be aware that it is in your best interest to check directly with the college in which you are interested to verify degree requirements and transferability of classes.
Eastern New Mexico University Degree Checklists with NMJC Equivalencies
New Mexico State University
Texas Tech University
The University of New Mexico
The University of Texas of the Permian Basin
If you would like to see course-by-course equivalencies between NMJC and five universities (Eastern New Mexico University, New Mexico State University, Texas Tech University, the University of New Mexico, and West Texas A&M University), you may view the Transfer Equivalency Table (PDF Format). However, please keep in mind that although many courses transfer, the key issue is whether a transferable course will apply to a particular degree.
Academic Planning Links
New Mexico Higher Education Department. Lists colleges, universities, licensed career and special schools in New Mexico. Also contains information about financial aid.
Some of the four-year colleges/universities to which our students transfer:
Information and applications for admission to all Texas public universities plus some private and two-year colleges
Provides a search tool to locate colleges & universities using a variety of criteria, e.g., major, size, location, type of college.
www.act.org / www.collegeboard.org
Provides a research tool to locate colleges, scholarships, and information about the ACT/SAT test.
College Navigator--a direct link to 7,000 universities and colleges in the United States
Search for colleges and universities that offer courses, certificates, and degrees via e-learning.
NMJC maintains a number of specific agreements with universities related to how credits transfer into particular programs. These agreements are called articulation agreements. Copies of those specific agreements are posted here as additional information for students who may wish to transfer to these particular institutions. Any students who have questions about these agreements or how transfer credits are determined are encouraged to contact academic advisors at their destination university to obtain the most up-to-date, relevant information.
NMJC has articulation agreements with: