NPU's bachelor's, master's and doctoral degree programs are designed to prepare students for the practice of engineering, computer science, and business administration at a professional level. In addition to courses teaching the fundamentals, each degree curriculum is designed to be connected to Silicon Valley's major industries in electronics, computer engineering, information technology, enterprise management, and global business development.
As Silicon Valley is a dynamic and quickly changing, high-technology hub where fierce competition among businesses is the norm, employers tend to be more demanding about workers' qualifications. Job seekers in the Silicon Valley are required to be well prepared in their background training as well as continued education.
NPU's curriculum committees in various disciplines hold regular meetings to ensure that the curriculum design and facility support in hardware and software can meet industry standards. Furthermore, faculty members must have had previous or current industry experience and be equipped with up-to-date knowledge and skills in their teaching subjects.
Form of Instruction
NPU offers its courses primarily “on-site” in traditional classroom settings and labs at the NPU campus in Fremont, California. A limited number of business courses are offered online as an alternative form of instruction through the NPU Online platform in parallel with the regular in-class courses. Refer to the section on “Taking Online Courses” in the NPU Catalog for information concerning this instructional delivery mode.
Offering bachelor's, master's, and doctorate degrees in engineering.
Offering bachelor's, master's, and doctorate degrees in business.
Offering undergraduate courses and English preparation for advanced degrees.