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Neumont College of Computer Science was founded in Salt Lake City, Utah in 2003, to fill the growing national demand for industry-ready technology professionals by offering bachelor’s degree in three years that immerses students in a rigorous, project-based curriculum. This blog serves as a platform to publish and share, news, reviews, and stories from Utah's best kept tech secret. 

All About Technology


Neumont College of Computer Sciences's official blogs shares the stories of our students, alumni, faculty, and staff to illustrate the Neumont experience. 


All About Technology

Neumont University

At Neumont University, we're all about technology, and our highly engineered degree programs prove it. Our curriculum combines classroom and lab work with a collaborative learning process to guide students through hands-on projects from Introduction to Computer Science through Enterprise Projects. 

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BSCS)

Every student at Neumont starts in the computer science program for their first three quarters a.k.a. freshmen year. In this software engineering program, you develop software using integrated environments and modern languages that balances skills with theory. You'll study computational theory, object-oriented programming, and algorithms, while mastering core competencies in Java, .NET, open source, and more. The BSCS program focuses on the complete project life cycle and in-demand technologies. 

If your highly technical and can tackle the logic and advanced math needed to design, architect, and create digital works of beauty, then this is the program for you.

Graduates from the BSCS program will likely work in jobs like those listed below.

  • Software Engineer
  • Software Developer
  • IT Consultant
  • Mobile App Developer
  • Front-end Developer
  • Database Architect

Bachelor of Science in Software and Game Development (BSGD)

In their fourth quarter, students declare their major. Students looking to graduate with a degree in software and game development join the BSGD program. This is where you'll learn all aspects of game development for PCs and handhelds, including programming, AI, and project management. You'll also take courses to give you the skills to work in the software development industry--not just the hyper-competitive game industry. With courses in Java, .NET, C#, and more, you'll be prepared to tackle any software challenge. If you want the option to work in either game or software development, this is the program for you. 

If you are a game enthusiast with the intellectual RAM and creativity to master everything from story boarding to particle engines to building life-like enemies, this program may be right for you. You'll need a creative edge and an aptitude for physics and math to succeed. 

You could work in tech in the following roles.

  • AI Programmer
  • Interactive Devloper
  • Game Developer
  • Simulations Programmer
  • Software Developer
A student presents a game he developed at Neumont University's Capstone Project Invitational.

A student presents a game he developed at Neumont University's Capstone Project Invitational.

Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems (BSIS)

In the BSIS program, you'll learn how to design, build, and maintain complex computing systems and networks at the enterprise level. With an emphasis on network engineering, virtualization technology, server technology, and systems integration and security, this program is focused on the administration of IT systems using a variety of technologies and operating systems. You'll learn about the integration of mobile devices, cloud-based technologies, e-commerce systems, and the importance of meeting budget and performance goals.

This degree is for the geek who's interested in managing and integrating a complex web of networks, devices, and technologies. If you're the go-to tech troubleshooter and you need to know exactly how stuff works, then the BSIS program is right for you. 

An IS degree helps our graduates land careers as

  • Dev Ops Administrator
  • Systems Engineer
  • Security Consultant
  • Network Engineer
  • Server Administrator

Bachelor of Science in Business Technology Operations Management (BSTM)

The BSTM program is an IT management degree designed to hit the sweet spot between information technology and business analysis. You'll develop a thorough grounding in IT and a solid understanding of the priniples of systems analysis, project management, business modeling, and group dynamics,, while taking courses in programming, business systems, and quality assurance. You'll learn how to manage technical projects and bridge the gap between a highly technical team of IT developers and a skilled team of business developers. 

If you want to immerse yourself in tech, but don't want to code 24/7, then the BSTM degree may be right for you. It's for the alpha geek who enjoys the challenges of managing a diverse team to deliver a technical project on time. 

You may find yourself working in the following jobs

  • Business Analyst
  • Quality Assurance Engineer
  • Project manager
  • IT Director
  • CIO
BSTM Program Chair Jerry Pay welcomes Cohort 31 to the degree. 

BSTM Program Chair Jerry Pay welcomes Cohort 31 to the degree. 

Bachelor of Science in Web Design and Development (BSWD)

In the hybrid program of BSWD, you'll learn the science of web development and the art of web design. It's a software development degree that allows you to build the back-end architecture while also design the user interface. Through laps and hands-on projects, you'll learn how to design user experiences and develop the correct web development to make everything run smoothly. You'll also gain a solid knowledge of website architecture and learn to code in many technologies like JavaScript, HTML5, CSS3, SQL, and more. 

The BSWD degree is ideal for the web developer who wants to design and build engaging and interactive experiences. This is a program with substance. You'll design web-based solutions that engage users while exploring the science of interactive structure, full-stack development, and emerging philosophies in this growing and changing medium. 

Careers for graduates with this degree may include

  • Full-stack Developer
  • Web Designer
  • Web Application Architect
  • UX Designer
  • UX Developer
  • Front-end Developer
A BSWD student presents her website at Project Showcase. 

A BSWD student presents her website at Project Showcase. 

Our five Bachelor of Science degrees unite business, technology, and creativity to educate the innovators of tomorrow. Learn more about each of our degree programs, here

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