The Coding Boot Camp at UNC Charlotte

Become a Web Developer
in 24 Weeks

Class starts November 28, 2017

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HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, jQuery, Bootstrap, React.js, Node.js, C#, .Net, Database Theory, Bookshelf.js, MongoDB, MySQL, Command Line, Git, and more.

Benefit from a wide range of career services to position you for success through graduation and beyond.

Study part-time while maintaining your work schedule.

Build a portfolio of web applications to showcase your knowledge.

Web Development is one of the fastest growing careers in today’s economy with a projected 20% growth rate by 2022.* The Coding Boot Camp at UNC Charlotte was designed to help students to develop the skills and network needed to capitalize on this high-demand career track.

* Bureau of Labor Statistics.

What You Will Learn

  • Students will learn a full stack, including the skills needed to become proficient front-end and back-end developers.
  • Students receive career-planning assistance, including:
    • Portfolio reviews, resume and social media profile support, workshops, mock interviews, sample coding tests, and one-on-one career coaching.
    • Access to a network of Coding Boot Camp employer partners.
    • Opportunities for internships.
  • Students will also have the opportunity to participate in hands-on learning activities with employers — experiences that often lead to full-time employment.

What Graduates Receive

  • Access to our curated network of employers looking to engage with Coding Boot Camp graduates.
  • A Certificate of Completion from UNC Charlotte showcasing your accomplishments to future employers.
  • A robust portfolio of projects to demonstrate your working knowledge of web development.

About UNC Charlotte

The University of North Carolina at Charlotte is North Carolina’s urban research university. It leverages its location in the state’s largest city to offer internationally competitive programs of research and creative activity; exemplary undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs; and a focused set of community engagement initiatives. A doctoral/research intensive institution, UNC Charlotte is the fourth largest of the 16 constituent members of the University of North Carolina and the largest institution of higher education in the Charlotte region. The 1,000-acre campus holds more than 60 buildings, including residence halls, academic and student support buildings, and the J. Murrey Atkins Library, which contains more than one million volumes, state-of-the-art computer labs, and various special collections.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the dates of The Coding Boot Camp at UNC Charlotte?
Classes begin November 28, 2017.
Can I keep working while studying at The Coding Boot Camp at UNC Charlotte?
Yes. The program is designed for working professionals who are actively seeking career change.
How long is the course?
Students can complete the program in six months.
Do you provide career placement support?
Yes. We offer all of our students career support and coaching and provide pursuing a career change or advancement. In addition, we offer students experiential learning opportunities to strengthen their portfolio.
Do I need to have previous experience in programming before enrolling?
No. While having some background can help, our pre-course tutorials will get you up to speed and ready to start learning on Day 1.
What sets your boot camp apart from others I can join in Charlotte or elsewhere?
  • We offer a part-time program that allows working professionals to study web development without leaving work.
  • We provide access to a robust network of corporate partners.
  • Our curriculum is built based on the most in-demand technologies specific to the Charlotte market.
  • We offer career planning support to help students find a job post graduation.
Where are the classes held?
Classes are conveniently located at the UNC Charlotte Center City Campus.

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