At Neumont College of Computer Science, we're all about hands-on, project-based learning where students actually develop meaningful projects using the tech, languages, and tools that are currently in demand in the tech industry. They work in small teams developing projects from idea to implementation.
Part of learning by doing also means giving students opportunities to show off what they've coded. That's why we hold Project Showcase twice a year. This fall, students will demonstrate what they've created on Friday, September 1, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. at our campus in Salt Lake City.
The best way to learn to code is to code.
Even better, you're invited to check out their games, apps, websites, tools, and other creations! Join us to gain an understanding of what exactly we mean when we say project-based learning. You'll meet students, faculty, and staff, and have ample opportunity to test-drive amazing ideas current students have developed into working prototypes.
Friday, September 1, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
143 South Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah
Do you have what it takes to learn in our rigorous, project-based environment? Submit your transcripts, test scores, application fee, and Application for Admission now at www.neumont.edu/apply, and you'll automatically be considered for a merit-based scholarship. No separate application needed.