We don’t just teach computer science. Our full-time faculty also teach general education courses, such as Calculus and Introduction to Physics – foundation courses required for software engineering – as well as writing, leadership, communication, and project management.
Our Office of University Relations and Career Services works closely with our Enterprise Partners to ensure our students are learning the best in industry practices. They also serve as faculty and mentors for Enterprise Projects and teach career preparation courses.
Neumont takes the best elements from traditional colleges, technical schools, and industry best practice to build a distinctive education that prepares graduates for success in software engineering and related disciplines. Students take a range of core technology courses, general education course, project courses, and professional development seminars – all designed by our Curriculum Committee.
Every student is assigned a Student Advocate, who is a member of the Office of Student Affairs. Think of your Advocate as your go-to resource on campus to help you with any issues you might encounter that can affect your success at Neumont. These can range from roommate issues to choosing the right degree to selecting your courses to getting help with a presentation.