Get started with Robotics at Neumont College of Computer Science

Neumont College of Computer Science (formerly Neumont University) is a for-profit career college in Salt Lake City, Utah. It was founded in 2003 by Graham Doxey, Scott McKinley, and Marlow Einelund. The school focuses on applied computer science and is currently accredited by the ACCSC. Neumont's degree programs focus on the computer sciences offering three-year degrees in Computer Science, Technology Management, Software and Game Development, Web Design and Development, Information Systems, and Software Engineering. The college is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC) to award associate's and bachelor's degrees in the computer sciences.

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143 S Main St, Salt Lake City, Utah 84111
(888) 638-6668

What Neumont College of Computer Science can offer you.

Our unique academic approach unites business, technology, and creativity to educate tomorrow’s technical workforce. With a focus on project-based learning, students are immersed in a tech environment from day one. Neumont's unique curriculum combines classroom and lab work with collaborative learning through Introductory, Foundational, Developmental, and Enterprise Projects for national and local companies. This creates a powerful learning experience that gives you an edge when it's time to launch your fast-paced tech career.

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