Neumont University is dedicated to one thing and one thing only: technology. We live it, we breathe it, we teach it, we love it. And we're looking for students who share our passion.
Make no mistake - we aren't here to teach you TV/VCR repair. At Neumont, you'll earn your Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Software and Game Development, Information Systems, Web Design and Development, or Technology Management at an accelerated pace that will prepare you to make your mark on the tech industry. In fact, our curriculum is developed in partnership with industry leaders such as IBM, Microsoft and eBay, so everything we teach is current and relevant. Plus, you'll get your B.S. degree in just 2.5 years - and not by taking fewer courses, but by compressing more learning in less time.
We try to keep lectures to a minimum. You'll spend most of your time working hands-on in project teams to develop real, working solutions. When you graduate, you'll have the experience and confidence you need to follow your passion for technology into a sweet job with a killer paycheck. In fact, over 97% of our graduates have a job within six months of graduating and they're raking in an average of $62,600 per year.
We're different than traditional four-year universities. And we're OK with that. Instead of wasting time learning French literature in Latin, you'll be focused on what you love: technology. All this in stunningly beautiful Utah, in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City, home to tech giants such as Adobe, Novell, Oracle, eBay, Electronic Arts, and more.
Interested? Love technology as much as we do? Hit us up for more information.
1. Employment statistic is calculated using verified data for the 96% of 2010-2012 B.S. in Computer Science graduates who opted into Neumont's Career Services Program. Salary statistic is calculated using data for the 98% of 2011-2012 B.S. in Computer Science graduates with verified employment and first-year compensation. Neumont University verifies employment and first-year compensation by employers in writing. Neumont University does not guarantee employment or first-year compensation for future graduates.
There has not been one day where I have not been invited to participate in an activity or there's an event that one of the Orders or clubs are hosting. There is always something to do and it is a very tight, close community who all are willing to help each other when/if someone asks.» Read More
The people at the school are great. Everyone has the same interests as you do and mostly everyone is easy to get along with. There are a lot of things to do around the apartments and everywhere is easy to get. We have a mall down the street and a Wal-Mart and Sam's club around the corner.» Read More