University of New MexicoUniversity of New MexicoAlbuquerque, NM
University of New Mexico Rating
3 work and family studies majors. Bachelor's degrees, master's degrees, and doctoral degrees are offered. Moderately expensive tuition costs. Affordable on-campus housing. About 29,100 students attend this school. Presumably dangerous campus. ROTC programs are available.

New Mexico State UniversityNew Mexico State UniversityLas Cruces, NM
New Mexico State University Rating
4 work and family studies majors. Associate's degrees, bachelor's degrees, master's degrees, and doctoral degrees are available. Moderately expensive tuition fees. Affordable on-campus housing option. Approximately 17,700 students are enrolled. Presumably very dangerous campus. ROTC programs are offered.

Eastern New Mexico UniversityEastern New Mexico UniversityPortales, NM
Eastern New Mexico University Rating
2 work and family studies majors. Associate's degrees, bachelor's degrees, and master's degrees are available. Affordable tuition rates. Affordable on-campus housing. Roughly 5,900 students enrolled. Relatively safe campus.

San Juan CollegeSan Juan CollegeFarmington, NM
San Juan College Rating
Associate's degrees are available. Cheap tuition costs. About 9,500 students enrolled. Generally safe campus.

Central New Mexico Community CollegeCentral New Mexico Community CollegeAlbuquerque, NM
Central New Mexico Community College Rating
3 work and family studies majors. Associate's degrees. Inexpensive tuition fees. Around 28,400 students enrolled. Relatively safe campus. ROTC programs.

Santa Fe Community CollegeSanta Fe Community CollegeSanta Fe, NM
Santa Fe Community College Rating
Associate's degrees are available. Cheap tuition prices. About 5,000 students are enrolled. Safe campus.

Eastern New Mexico University RoswellEastern New Mexico University RoswellRoswell, NM
Eastern New Mexico University Roswell Rating
2 work and family studies majors. Associate's degrees. Inexpensive tuition fees. Affordable on-campus housing. Approximately 4,200 students are enrolled. Presumably very dangerous campus.

Eastern New Mexico University RuidosoEastern New Mexico University RuidosoRuidoso, NM
Eastern New Mexico University Ruidoso Rating
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Detailed information about 17 psychology schools and colleges in Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Gallup, Silver City, Clovis, Roswell, Las Cruces, and 11 other cities. About 900 psychology diplomas and certificates are awarded each year. Average tuition cost for psychology programs in NM is roughly $15,500.

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Arizona
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Colorado
Read about 13 work and family studies schools and colleges in Denver, Greeley, Fort Morgan, Colorado Springs, Rangely, Fort Collins, Pueblo, and 7 other cities. Around 600 work and family studies degrees are granted each academic year. Average tuition charges for work and family studies programs in CO is roughly $20,700.

Texas
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