BACKING UP OUR CLAIMS

Neumont is proud of our students and graduates. Our project-based approach to learning and compressed time to degree in the field of computer science give our alumni remarkable career opportunities. Below is an explanation for the claims we make. 

Our sole focus is computer science, and grads are in high demand.
Computing jobs are the number one source of new wages in the US.
The average starting salary for a computer science graduates is $65,000.

JOBS, WAGES, AND SALARY CLAIMS


1. There are 8x more computing jobs than CS grads to fill them.
According to the National Center for Education Statistics, there were 59,581 graduates with bachelor’s degrees in computer and information sciences in 2015. According to Code.org, which used job opening data from The Conference Board, there were 500,000 computing jobs currently available in 2015. Neumont does not guarantee employment or salary for any students past or present.

2. Computing jobs are the number one source of new wages in the US. 
According to Code.org, which used the number of job openings in April 2016 as reported by The Conference Board’s Help Wanted OnLine service. The number of job openings in each category were multiplied by the average salary (from the Bureau of Labor Statistics 2015 OES data). For computing occupations, Code.org used SOC codes 11-3021 (Computer and Information Systems Managers), 15-1100 (Computer Occupations), 17-2061 (Computer Hardware Engineers), and 25-1021 (Computer Science Teachers, Postsecondary). Neumont does not guarantee employment or salary for any students past or present.

3. The average starting salary for a computer science graduate is $65,000 a year. 
According to the 2017 Winter Salary Survey by the National Association of Colleges and Employers, 2017 graduates with bachelor’s degrees in computer science were projected to earn an average salary of $65,540. The projections were based on responses from 212 survey takers. Neumont does not guarantee employment or salary for any students past or present.

A range of salaries in computer information technology careers.

 

*Based on the Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2016-17 Edition, Computer and Information Technology Occupations. Median salaries include entry, mid, and senior-level positions. Neumont does not guarantee employment or salary for any students past or present.

 

 

*Based on the Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2015-16 Edition, 2014-2024 projected job growth.Neumont does not guarantee employment or salary for any students past or present.

Job growth in the tech industry is double of expected job growth across all industries.
In 2016, 93% of freshman received a Neumont grant or scholarship.

 

*Scholarship statistic is calculated using data from the 2016-2017 entering freshman class at Neumont to include all institutional grants and scholarships. Financial aid is available for those who qualify. This stat was accurate as of October 2016. Neumont does not guarantee financial aid to any students past or present.

 

Neumont verifies employment offer, date of employment, and job title by the company and student in writing. This reflects the initial job offer an alumnus accepted before or within six months of graduation. Neumont does not conduct follow-up research on graduates’ employment status. Neumont does not guarantee employment or salary for any students past or present. 

 

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Accreditation

Neumont is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS). Due to a recent decision by the U.S. Department of Education regarding ACICS, Neumont currently has an in-process application with another accreditor and is meeting all the conditions required by the Department of Education. For more information about Neumont's accreditation status, go here.

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