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The New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology

NMT/NMIMT Summer Programs

New Mexico Tech Summer Mini-Course

infohost.nmt.edu/mainpage/admission/mini.html
A Mini Course is:

A one-week college course

for high school students

for which you get college credit

while you learn about a subject you might study in college

while living on a college campus

learning to live like a college student! 

You'll take one course full time (morning and afternoon) for a week, learn the latest up-to-date information in that field, and get a taste of what college work will be like.  You'll also get valuable career information, and you may earn 1 hour of college credit, which will look great on your future college application! 

You'll get to live on campus in one of our residence halls, just as college students do.  You'll eat in our dining hall, have access to our swimming pool and gym, and experience college life in many other ways. 

The list of classes for Summer 2004 is not yet set, but we anticipate that mini courses will be offered in biology, business management, chemical engineering, computer science, electrical engineering, environmental engineering, information technology, materials engineering, mechanical engineering, mineral engineering, petroleum engineering, physics, psychology, and technical communication.  Cost is $399 for one week or $875 for both weeks.  This cost includes room, board and tuition for the duration.

To get on our mailing list, call us at 1-800-428-TECH (8324). 


Program Cost:

Contact: mengland@admin.nmt.edu
Phone:

Deadline: 02/04/07

Mini Courses

infohost.nmt.edu/mainpage/admission/mini.html
Mini Courses are one-week courses for one college credit for outstanding high school students interested in science, technology, engineering, business, and mathematics.  For details, call 1-800-428-TECH. 
Program Cost:

Contact: Mike Kloeppel
Phone:

Deadline:

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