Our unique academic approach unites business,
technology, and creativity to educate tomorrow’s tech
elite. With a focus on project-based learning, students
are immersed in a tech environment from day one to
earn a degree or certificate in technology that can help
launch their career.


We offer academic programs focused on technology. Each degree and certificate explores projects and challenges to better prepare you to launch your exciting tech career.

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We now offer a part-time hybrid online Certificate in Web Development so you can start a career in tech while keeping your day job. 

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Our programs are distraction-free, compressed, cutting-edge, and built for speed. Neumont offers bachelor's degrees that can be completed in only 3 years. That's 12 intense quarters where you'll earn 180 credits in general education and core tech courses. Compared to traditional colleges, this is tech heaven.

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Earn your bachelor's degree in 3 years.
Our project-based curriculum gives you the experience, skills, and theory needed to succeed.


At Neumont, our academic model is simple: learn to master technology in a project-based environment. In the tech industry, nearly all software is developed in a team, so you'll learn how to fill different roles, meet deadlines, manage requirements, and resolve conflicts.

Our curriculum sequentially weaves increasingly complex projects and faculty mentoring into every aspect of your education. In your final quarters, you'll participate in Enterprise Projects and develop real-world solutions for real companies.

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Enterprise Partners: IBM, eBay, Nike, Bosch, CA Technologies, Oracle, Overstock, Mura Interactive
Real world projects, clients, and experience.
Neumont has run 520 projects with 112 different companies all across the country.


Neumont faculty walk the walk. Our instructors have worked at companies like Google, Harvard University, Disney, and other impressive places doing the same things they're going to teach you how to do. Abstract theory is great, but the practical application and real-world experience you'll get from our faculty is truly first-class.

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Our faculty have real-world experience.
Our results speak for themselves.


Our curriculum combines theory, skills, and experience ensuring you'll have a portfolio of real work experience. Throughout your education, you'll work with our Career Services team to define your career objectives, practice interview techniques, craft a winning resume, and build a network of industry relationships. This combination of relevant experience and professional coaching is the secret behind Neumont's success. 

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There are 8x more computer science jobs available than CS grads to fill them.
CS graduates earn an average starting salary of $65,000 per year.

Employers that have hired our grads: Google, Microsoft, eBay, Amazon, Blizzard Entertainment, and Dell EMC to name a few.

Students participate in Enterprise Projects through their senior year.


At Neumont, we believe the best way to learn to code is to code. That's why our hands-on, project-based curriculum is designed to give our students the skills they need to carry on learning even after graduation, so you can stay sharp throughout your tech career.

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At Neumont, you'll attend classes on a quarter system all year long.This means you'll take a greater number of courses per year and more closely mimic a full-time work schedule. By attending school at this pace, you can earn your bachelor's degree in just 3 years. 

The Class Schedule:

  • Attend classes five days a week.
  • Quarters are 10 weeks long with two to three-week breaks between each quarter.
  • Classes include a mix of lecture, discussion, and hands-on work.
  • Courses may be offered on campus, online, or in a blended format.

Sprint System:

  • Each quarter is divided into two, five-week blocks called, "sprints."
  • During each sprint, you'll take anywhere from two to four classes.
  • Sprint schedules reduce the distraction of competing classes and homework.
  • Sprints allow you to focus on mastering one competency at a time to build a solid technical foundation. 




-Quarter System
-12 quarters
-180 quarter credits for a bachelor's degree
-Equivalent to a 120 hour semester 
-Average 15 credits per quarter

-Eight Semesters
-120 semester credits for a bachelor's degree
-Equivalent to a 180 quarter hour program
-15 credit average per semester


-Each quarter has 10 weeks
-Three quarters make up one academic year
-Each quarter is divided in two, five-week sprints
-Quarter breaks are typically two to three weeks long

-A semester averages 16 weeks
-Two semesters make up one academic year
-Breaks are three months long in the summer
and one month long in the winter


-Classes meet three to five times a week
-Attend two to four classes a day
-Average 25 hours a week in class
-Average 2,500 hours of class time by the end of the quarter

-Classes meet two to three days per week
-Attend one to three classes a day
-Average 12 hours a week in class
-Average 1,536 hours in class by the end of the semester


-Average three to four classes per sprint
-Classes cover related content
-Students take general education and academic major courses throughout education
-Courses are delivered in a clearly defined sequence

-Average four to five classes per semester
-Classes often cover unrelated content
-Students take general education courses
for the first two academic years then take courses for their academic major in the last two years
-Courses are not delivered in a clearly defined sequence


-12 quarters, 4 academic years, or 3 calendar years
-Average time to graduation is 3 years

-Eight semesters, 4 academic years, or 4 calendar years
-Average time to graduation is 5 years

More About Our Courses

Additional information about our courses, credis, and program requirements are available in the Course Catalog. Program requirements are subject to change.