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.
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.
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.
Neumont College of Computer Science is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC). ACCSC is a recognized accrediting agency by the U.S. Department of Education.
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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.
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Yes, Neumont allows limited access to our facility to technology-minded groups under the following conditions:
If you love Neumont as much as we do, you may have noticed some negative reviews online about our institution.
Unfortunately, this is something nearly all our alums, current students, and future students encounter. The truth is not everyone who comes to Neumont succeeds here. We do our best to assist everyone and help them find their place, but sometimes that support isn't enough and very occasionally an individual leaves on poor terms and uses the internet to express their frustration.
The good news is that the faculty, staff, and graduates are proud of our industry-strength degree programs that have a track record of being valuable and worthwhile for many of our alums who often go on to have great careers.
We encourage you to read reviews on Google and Facebook. We've also compiled reviews from students and alums at www.neumont.edu/reviews. And you're always welcome to call or visit to see what it's like for yourself.