Office of Professional & Career Development
College of Engineering

Short Courses and Workshops
Many of our courses and workshops provide professional development hours for licensed professional engineers and surveyors. Specific PDHs are determined based on course duration and curricular contact hours.

On-Farm Water Conservation-Irrigation Efficiency Workshop
Feb. 2, 2019
This is a workshop for farmers, civil engineers, and others involved with the use and management of irrigation resources.

Workshop Topics: pipe solutions for a range of applications; ditch improvement basics and measurement of flow; irrigation efficiency basics and technology; irrigation requirements and timing basics; funding opportunities for irrigation improvements; irrigation scheduling tools, technology, and the future; ordering water from EBID, tools, and options; pump and well efficiency basics; aquifer condition — Rincon and Mesilla Valley; surface water season supply forecast and forecasting basics.



Six Sigma Green Belt Course
Begins March 25, 2019
The Six Sigma Green Belt course will provide working professionals with the tools and techniques to make meaningful improvements to processes within their companies and prepare them with the knowledge to pursue certification through the Council for Six Sigma Certification. This preparation course is designed for professionals who have two or more years of work experience and who have demonstrated leadership skills, an analytical mind, and a passion for improvement. Classroom instruction is March 25-29 and May 13-17 on the Las Cruces campus of New Mexico State University. Click on the button below for the full course description. Meet the instructor, Wencil A. McClenahan, P.E.

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 56th Annual Samuel P. Maggard
Quality Concrete School
Jan. 10-11, 2020
This is a workshop for concrete professionals, contractors, professional engineers, and others involved in the construction industry. The classes cover technologies and information used in concrete applications and are designed for a range of competency levels.

Registration opens November 2019