Summer 2013 Classes are Open for Registration
UNM Continuing Education Summer 2013
The UNM Continuing Education Summer Semester classes are now open for registration! We are featuring a variety of new and exciting classes for all areas of interest. Whether you are looking to expand your creative potential, get in shape or advance your career, there are classes for you!
Free Information Session
Join us for a free information session on our Digital Arts programs. Get information on certificate programs, courses and employment information for Graphic Design, Web Design and Development, Digital Photography, Digital Filmmaking, Multimedia, Instructional Media, Music Production, Apple Certifed Professional, Apple computer maintenance and more.
Advance your career or start a new career with our classes and certifications in our Professional Development Program. If you are interested in a career in technology, check out our Digital Arts Program or our Information Technology Program. If you are in the medical field, or would like to be, learn more about our Health and Community Action Development Careers.
Growth & Enrichment
Improve your life with classes from our Growth & Enrichment Program.
Just for Kids
Kids love our classes and camps, check out our Youth Summer Camps.
Osher Lifelong Learning
Learners 50 and up can enjoy classes designed specifically for them in Osher Lifelong Learning.
Story of New Mexico
Join us for lectures, trips and tours of beautiful New Mexico with The Story of New Mexico.
Get Your UNMCE Catalog
- Pick Up a Catalog
- Download Catalog PDF
- Receive a Catalog in the Mail
- View the Catalog Online
Use Your Tuition Remission with Us
Use UNM’s tuition remission for ALL UNM Continuing Education noncredit classes. This includes Business & Technology, Growth & Enrichment, Online Courses, Story of New Mexico courses and Osher classes. Summer tuition remission benefit for all eligible employees is the equivalent of 8 credit hours. A separate allotment of one credit hour ($252) per academic year may be applied to approved personal enrichment courses and an additional two credit hours ($504) may be applied to approved health & fitness courses.