UNM Nuclear Engineering Transfer Pathway (BS)

Graduate with your associate degree at CNM and transfer to UNM to complete your bachelor's degree in Nuclear Engineering.

Complete Your Program at CNM

Earn your Associate of Science in Engineering at CNM and apply those credits and courses toward the Bachelor of Science in Nuclear Engineering at the University of New Mexico (UNM). With your associate degree you will have completed your New Mexico General Education Core and have met specific major requirements for your UNM bachelor's degree.

Pathway to Your Bachelor's Degree

Associate of Science at CNM

Bachelor of Science at UNM

Credits earned at CNM

Transfer credits earned at CNM + credits earned at UNM

Plan Your Transfer to UNM

Transfer Notes

Take the following transfer course options as part of your associate degree.

  • CSCI 1153 - Programming in Matlab

Reverse Transfer

The following UNM courses are prerequisites for Junior level coursework in the BS in Nuclear Engineering. These courses are taken at UNM and can be transferred back to CNM to fulfill the AS in Engineering program approved elective requirements. Consult with CNM Advisement for more information.  

  • NE 213 Laboratory Electronics for Nuclear Engineers
  • NE 230 Principles of Radiation Protection
  • NE 231 Principles of Nuclear Engineering
  • NE 314 Thermodynamics and Nuclear Systems
  • NE 371 Nuclear Materials Engineering