Aggie Ingeniero, September 2018

08/15/16: New dean of the NMSU College of Engineering Lakshmi N. Reddi (Photo by Victoria Palombit)

I am excited to announce that our proposal for Master of Engineering degrees has been finally approved by the Higher Education Department of New Mexico. We can now move quickly to develop the various educational programs including those online, and move our graduate enrollments to the next level. The timing couldn’t be better: we have completed initial round of discussions on the development of interdepartmental programs, for example, manufacturing, bioprocesses and bioengineering, aerospace engineering, etc. Very soon, we will develop marketing and communication plans for our MEng degree programs and identify the interdepartmental program directors.

These are exciting times indeed, at NMSU Engineering.


Lakshmi N. Reddi
Dean, College of Engineering


Engineering Homecoming Events

 Tuesday, Oct. 2

  • David Martinez, Associate Division Head, MIT Lincoln Laboratory, Lecture
    4-5 pm, Thomas and Brown Hall, Room 104

Thursday, Oct. 4

  • Engineers’ Council Cookout
    Burgers, music, student group tables, games
    Noon-1:30 pm, Maggard Courtyard
  • Klipsch Museum Open House
    1-2 pm, Klipsch Museum, Ed and Harold Foreman Engineering Complex

Friday, Oct. 4

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