Frequently Asked Questions

What Degrees Does Neumont College of Computer Science Offer?

Students earning Neumont's on-campus bachelor's degrees share the same course load in the first academic year. At the end of the third quarter, students declare their major or program of interest. Students begin program specific course work in the sixth quarter. The Bachelor of Science programs include computer science, software and game development, information systems, technology management, and web design and development. To learn more about each program and Neumont’s academic model, please go here

DOES NEUMONT OFFER GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES?
Neumont students leave with a full Bachelor of Science degree, which requires completing 54 hours of general education coursework similar to the requirements of traditional universities. These courses are taken each quarter for 12 quarters. View our Course Catalog for more information on specific courses and requirements for graduation.
 
DOES NEUMONT OFFER ANY ONLINE OR PART-TIME COURSES?

Neumont's programs follow a project-based learning model that requires students to work in small teams to complete projects. At this time, our bachelor's degree programs are only offered during the day and on campus. Students may take a few classes online as part of their regular course load for the bachelor's degree. Students in our undergraduate programs are required to attend courses full-time. 

DOES NEUMONT OFFER ANY COURSE NOT FOR CREDIT?

No, students wishing to attend any of Neumont's programs must be enrolled as degree-seeking students. Neumont alumnus in good standing may contact the Director of Academics to discuss their options for returning to Neumont to take a refresher course or certain elective courses.

IS NEUMONT ACCREDITED?

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

HOW DO I ARRANGE FOR MY STUDENTS TO LEARN MORE ABOUT NEUMONT?

We would love the opportunity to speak with your students. Contact the Director of Admissions at 801-302-2879 to make arrangements.

HOW DO I CONTACT NEUMONT’S FACULTY AND STAFF?

Neumont faculty and staff are passionate believers in the work they do to improve students’ lives through education and technology. They will be more than happy to answer any questions you may have, please call 801-302-2800 to be connected to the right person for your question. 

HOW DO I APPLY TO WORK AT NEUMONT?

Join a focused group of individuals working in a fast-paced, intense, and fun environment with the goal of educating, mentoring, and bettering the lives of our students. Check out the Careers page for benefits and click here for current openings.

DOES NEUMONT OFFER FACILITIES FOR PUBLIC USE?

Yes, Neumont allows limited access to our facility to technology-minded groups under the following conditions:

  • Neumont faculty, staff, and students are invited to attend.
  • All events are free to the public and informational.  
  • Meetings do not require extensive rearrangement of furniture or cleanup.
  • Projectors and wireless login is available in an “as is” condition. No IT support will be provided. 
  • The event begins after 4:30 p.m. and ends by 8:30 p.m. when classes are in session. 
  • To request a room for a specific date and time, please call 801-302-2800.

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