We refer to these programs as "hybrid online" because the courses are offered both online and on-campus. Neumont's hybrid online programs are designed to be predominantly online courses. However, students are required to meet at our Salt Lake City campus one night each week to listen to a short lecture, complete homework, work in teams, and receive advising from an experienced instructor. Tutoring is also available on campus one day each week.
Neumont has worked carefully with faculty and staff to create compelling online content for students to learn online via a learning management system. Each course is taught by an instructor who is available to answer questions and respond to students' needs through the learning management system, email, and video chat. Students enrolled in hybrid online programs will also be assigned an advocate who will work with them to ensure they stay on track and get the support they need via email and phone.
Furthermore, students enrolled in these programs will be required to attend class one night each week at Neumont's Salt Lake City campus. This weekly class will provide students with the opportunity to receive in-person mentorship and guidance as well as completing project work face-to-face in teams.
Classes are taught by an industry expert and/or a Neumont instructor. Instructors and tutors will be available to help students.
Yes, students enrolled in the hybrid online programs are required to attend class on campus one night each week. In the fall of 2018, these classes will be held on Wednesday evenings.
Yes, tutoring sessions for students enrolled in the hybrid online programs will be available on campus each Saturday morning during the 2018 fall quarter.
The hybrid online programs have been designed as part-time programs for adults to complete courses while attending to other full-time responsibilities. Every student who enrolls in the hybrid online programs will take the following courses in the first quarter:
In addition to these classes, students will continue to learn the required web development core in the second and third quarter of attendance in the hybrid online programs. These courses are listed below.
Web Development Core:
Required and elective general education courses are available to students enrolled in the hybrid online associate program beginning in their fourth quarter.
Course availability may change; not all courses will be offered every quarter. For a full program overview and course listing, see the Course Catalog.
Q1: 6 credits
Q2: 10 credits
Q3: 8 credits
CSC 110 (4 credits, required)
CSC 210 (2 credits, required)
DBT 130 (4 credits, required)
PRO 100 (2 credits, required)
MTM 282 (4 credits, required)
NEU 299 (2 credits, required)
MTM 320 (4 credits, required)
AND ONE OF THE FOLLOWING
PRA 100 (2 credits, elective)
PRO 150 (2 credits, elective)
Students can enroll in our hybrid online programs at the beginning of each quarter. Start dates for the 2018-2019 academic year are listed below.
2018-19 Hybrid Online Start Dates
|Enrollment Due Date:||Start Date:|
|Fall Quarter:||September 25, 2018||October 1, 2018|
|Winter Quarter:||December 29, 2018||January 3, 2019|
|Spring Quarter:||March 26, 2019||April 1, 2019|
|Summer Quarter:||June 19, 2019||June 24, 2019|
|Fall Quarter||September 25, 2019||September 30, 2019|
There is a possibility that students enrolled in these programs will need to buy books. However most classes use free, open internet resources. You'll also have access to Neumont's library, Pluralsight, and CodeSchool courses as a student.
Students in the hybrid online programs are required to purchase a laptop from Neumont that meets the requirements needed to learn to program. The estimated one-time cost for this laptop is $2,000. The cost of the laptop can be added to a student's financial aid plan. Laptops are covered by a warranty and loaner laptops are available from the Office of Information Technology if needed.
Students enrolled in the hybrid online programs will have access to all of the same resources as full-time on-ground students. These resources include ADA, Title IV, mental healthy counseling, library resources, tech support, UTA TRAX pass, student ID, and more.
Neumont's hybrid online programs follow a project-based learning model that requires students to work in small teams to complete projects. At this time, the online programs are designed with the expectation that students will earn an average of 8 credits per quarter. Students enrolled in the hybrid online programs will be considered half-time students meaning they are enrolled in an average of two classes each quarter earning 6-10 credits. Their is not a full-time option of the hybrid online programs available.
Students in our bachelor's degree programs attend courses full-time and year-round to earn a Bachelor of Science in 3 years. You can learn more about bachelor's degrees here.
If you previously attended Neumont and would like to be considered for admission to the hybrid online programs, please complete the Application for Re-entry. The Office of the Registrar will work with you throughout the re-enrollment process to include transfer credits.
No, students wishing to attend any of Neumont's programs must be enrolled as a degree- or certificate-seeking student. Neumont alumnus in good standing may contact the Director of Admissions to discuss their options for returning to Neumont to take a refresher course or certain elective courses.
Neumont is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Career Schools and Colleges. You can learn more about ACCSC here.