New Mexico Graduate Schools

2023 New Mexico Graduate Schools Statistics

In New Mexico State, there are 42 colleges and universities - 27 public and 15 private schools. Among them, 13 schools are offering graduate programs.
12 New Mexico Graduate Schools offer the distance learning Opportunities (online degree/certificate programs) in New Mexico. Total 13,116 students are attending New Mexico Graduate Schools and the average students to faculty ratio is 17 to 1.
The 2023 average graduate school tuition & fees at New Mexico Graduate Schools is $6,961 for New Mexico residents and $16,952 for out-of-state students. The next table shows the 2022-2023 statistics for New Mexico Graduate Schools.
New Mexico Graduate Schools Statistics
academic year 2022-2023
Number of Schools42 schools
By Types27 public, 15 private
By Levels40 undergraduate schools
13 graduate schools
By Categories
(where graduate program offered)
2 National Universities
1 Liberal Arts Colleges
1 Law Schools
1 Medical Schools
Tuition & fees
Undergraduate$3,766 New Mexico residents
$14,701 out-of-state
Graduate$6,961 New Mexico residents
$16,952 out-of-state
Student Population110,539
Undergraduate97,423
Graduate13,116
Students to Faculty Ratio16.53 to 1

New Mexico Graduate Schools Comparison By Rank, Tuition, and Admission

The next table lists New Mexico Graduate Schools ordered by rank. The number in rank column refers to the rank in the New Mexico college ranking. You can sort the schools by clicking column name that you want to sort.
2022-2023 New Mexico Graduate Schools Comparison
Rank*NameGraduate Tuition & FeesGraduate StudentsOffered Degree/ProgramsNumber of Graduate ProgramsStudents to Faculty Ratio
1 New Mexico Institute of Mining and TechnologyPublic, 4 yearsSocorro, NM $27,852
($9,378 Residents)
471 Post-BS, Master's, Doctorate 61 programs 9 to 1
2 St. John's CollegePrivate, 4 yearsSanta Fe, NM $25,892 75 Post-BS, Master's 3 programs 8 to 1
3 University of New Mexico-Main CampusPublic, 4 yearsAlbuquerque, NM $21,518
($7,363 Residents)
5,578 Master's, Post-MS, Doctorate 251 programs 17 to 1
4 New Mexico State University-Main CampusPublic, 4 yearsLas Cruces, NM $19,031
($6,192 Residents)
2,677 Post-BS, Master's, Post-MS, Doctorate 212 programs 16 to 1
5 Eastern New Mexico University-Main CampusPublic, 4 yearsPortales, NM $7,226
($5,454 Residents)
1,273 Post-BS, Master's 83 programs 16 to 1
6 University of the SouthwestPrivate, 4 yearsHobbs, NM $22,500 697 Master's, Doctorate 74 programs 19 to 1
7 New Mexico Highlands UniversityPublic, 4 yearsLas Vegas, NM $9,373
($5,845 Residents)
1,052 Post-BS, Master's 60 programs 10 to 1
8 Western New Mexico UniversityPublic, 4 yearsSilver City, NM $10,895
($6,008 Residents)
1,001 Post-BS, Master's 87 programs 11 to 1
- Burrell College of Osteopathic MedicinePrivate, 4 yearsLas Cruces, NM - 662 - 1 programs -
- Northern New Mexico CollegePublic, 4 yearsEspanola, NM $10,746
($3,798 Residents)
- Post-BS 66 programs 12 to 1
- Navajo Technical UniversityPublic, 4 yearsCrownpoint, NM $5,870 24 Master's 82 programs 8 to 1
- Southwest Acupuncture College-Santa FePrivate, 4 yearsSanta Fe, NM $27,732 7 Master's 1 programs -
- Southwestern CollegePrivate, 4 yearsSanta Fe, NM $19,000 193 Master's 3 programs -
- Institute of American Indian and Alaska Native Culture and Arts DevelopmentPublic, 4 yearsSanta Fe, NM $12,745 68 Master's 19 programs 9 to 1
- University of Phoenix-New MexicoPrivate, 4 yearsAlbuquerque, NM $16,752 7 - - 5 to 1
Average$6,961 Residents
$16,952 Out-of-State
13,116 - 55 programs 16.53 to 1
*New Mexico college ranking
**Ranking data provided by CollegeEvaluator.

Graduate Programs at New Mexico Best Colleges

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2. St. John's CollegePrivate, 4 yearsSanta Fe, NM
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