Neumont University - Master's Degree

Neumont University is different by design. To address short-comings in traditional higher education, Neumont's founders met with educators and leading employers from around the country to design an innovative computer science curriculum that better prepares students to meet the needs of the rapidly evolving technology industry. The result is a computer science education that merges academic rigor, exposure to cutting-edge technologies, and relevant professional knowledge through a real-world project-based curriculum.

  • Average Tuition USD 35,576

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Neumont University offers bachelor's degrees in computer science, software and game development, technology management, information systems, and web design and development, in a compressed format at our Salt Lake City campus.

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    Established in 2003

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    97% of graduates are employed within 6 months of graduation, earning an average starting salary of $63000 per year. Employers include Google, Microsoft, eBay, Nike and HP.

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        143 Main Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84111, United States

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          • Testimony
            -2008, Bachelor of Science, Computer Science

            "While it seemed expensive, I realized what I was being taught and who I was going to meet was so much better than anything I could get anywhere else."- Paul Rohde, Neumont Alumnus, Software Developer, Google

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            2007, Bachelor of Science, Computer Science; Valedictorian Master of Science, Computer Science

            "During my senior year in high school I actually wanted to get into an Ivy League school to indulge my then passion for microbiology and biotechnology, but along came Neumont, a school which challenged the traditional four-year university by focusing on a specific field and offering a bachelor's degree in half the time that other schools would.""With my programming experience limited to dabbling in TI-BASIC on graphing calculators and a bit of HTML and CSS, I wasn't sure it was the right fit for me, especially because the school had no graduates at that point. Eventually, I did accept the offer for two reasons: the enthusiasm and commitment to the Neumont mission that the administration and faculty showed during my conversations with them and the public backing of the university by corporate giants like IBM.""I have never looked back."- David De Winter, Neumont Alumnus, Software Design Engineer, Microsoft

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            2013, Bachelor of Science, Computer Science; Co-Valedictorian

            "The Neumont instructors are excellent."- Michael Rodaitis, Neumont Alumnus, Software Development Engineer, Amazon