At Neumont, there are five different bachelor's degrees to choose from. All have one thing in common--technology.
Over the last month, faculty have been interviewed on Facebook Live about each of the degree programs and have offered their advice for success at Neumont and in the tech industry.
Kellie Thompson, Computer Science
As Faculty Chair of the Bachelor of Science in Computer Science degree, Kellie suggests students get comfortable with typing quickly and accurately to take better notes and code along with instructors. She also encourages students to get comfortable with asking for help now as well as learning some of the basics for living on your own at college.
Ben Fletcher, Information Systems
The Faculty Chair of the Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems degree Ben Fletcher shares his insights into what it means to earn a degree in the tech field. He also includes hint on how to start creating cool things now. His advice? "Break things."
Matt Warner, Technology Management
Matt Warner is the faculty chair of the Bachelor of Science in Business Technology Operations Management. He encourages students to start thinking logically and creatively now. He also offers advise for brushing up on communication skills to ensure a smooth transition to college.
Tom Beatty, Web Dev
As the chair of the Bachelor of Science in Web Design and Development degree, Tom Beatty wants students to know that the degree is a combination of art and science. Students in the program learn full-stack web development, meaning they're comfortable with both the front-end and back-end technologies required for any modern site or app. He advises students to start teaching themselves code now.
Josh Krebs, Game Dev
Instructor Josh Krebs has taught computer science courses, web dev courses, and game development courses in his time at Neumont. As Interim Faculty Chair of the Bachelor of Science in Software and Game Development degree, he worked with the academic team to update the curriculum. He encourages students to commit to learning new skills now to succeed in the industry. He says with enough grit and plenty of hard work plus a willingness to ask for help any student can succeed at Neumont and in tech.