Nursing Transfer Options

Complete your Nursing degree at CNM and transfer to a university to earn your bachelor's degree.

Don't See Your School?

You still have transfer options even if the school you're interested in attending isn't listed.

Meet with an academic coach to learn more about your transfer options.

New Mexico State University & University of New Mexico


Meaning those students who have not earned an entry-level nursing degree or successfully passed the NCLEX-RN licensure exam.

With the financial support of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation through the Academic Progression in Nursing (APIN) grant, the New Mexico Nursing Education Consortium (NMNEC) is a collaboration of nursing education programs, organizations, and individuals throughout the state. They have a commitment to implementing a common statewide curriculum that fosters a seamless transfer. Further, NMNEC is designed to increase the number of BSN graduates by offering a true dual enrollment program where students can earn an associate degree in nursing (ADN) and a bachelor’s degree (BSN) at the same time without having to leave their home communities.

All students seeking admission to an NMNEC program must meet requirements for admission to the home institution (community college or university) to which they are applying. Community college students seeking the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree track option must meet university admission requirements and BSN prerequisites of the partnering university.

For more questions contact a CNM academic advisor.

Post Licensure

For those students who have an active and unrestricted Registered Nursing License and are seeking an RN-BSN bridge program. You may pursue your Bachelor of Science in Nursing at either New Mexico State University or University of New Mexico.