A project-based curriculum at Neumont College of Computer Science, means you'll receive a well-rounded education wtih an edge. You'll learn relevant technologies along with the skills you need to succeed in the workplace throughout your time here.
From your first class to your last, courses are designed with input from employees at tech companies large and small. That's why you'll take math and social sciences along with computer science and technology courses. Through our hands-on approach, you'll learn far more than programming: You'll learn how to work in a team, how to communicate effectively, and how to present yourself and your projects as a professional.
You can see that combination of theory, skills, and experience in the brief list of courses you're likely to take in your first quarter listed below.
Classes may be taught in a traditional, blended, or online format. This is not a complete course schedule and your personal schedule may differ depending on certain criteria. For more details, check out the 2018-2019 Course Catalog.
NEU100: College Success Strategies
Learn effective time management, communication, and research skills to help you succeed.
CSC105: Using Modern Operating Systems
Learn the most productive ways to use modern operating systems like Windows and Linux.
CSC110: Introduction to Computer Science
While building applications, learn fundamental computer science concepts.
MAT110: Sets, Probability, & Number Systems
An introductory course to set theory, practical applications in probability, binary, floating point representation, and more.
SSC250: Human Relations & Personality Development
Examine yourself, evaluate future expectations, and learn practical skills to develop a strategy for success.
We mean when we say the best way to learn to code is to code. You'll pick up your new Lenovo P1 laptop and course schedule at Orientation Kickoff on Saturday, September 22. From day one, you'll start learning to code by coding. We can't wait to show you how.