Study online from home and participate in convenient live weekend lectures
Change Your Career
Any Bachelor’s Degree Accepted
Get guidance and your questions answered with live access to your professors.
We take you from a beginner to a job-ready Software Developer with real-world projects and cutting-edge web application development technologies.
Entry Level Software Developers earn $84,000 per year
Begin a well-paid career track. According to the national job site Glassdoor entry-level developers earn $84,000 per year
Learn the Skills to be a Job-Ready Software Developer
Career Support to Help you Land a Job Upon Graduation
We work with you and guide you throughout your job search after graduation, including interview preparation and helping you evaluate your offers.
Federal Student Loans Support your Ambition
Most students qualify for Federal Financial Aid to fund their studies and can start the program with $0 upfront.
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Practical, Hands-On Instruction
Any Bachelor’s Degree Accepted
Cutting-Edge Technologies Like TypeScript
Individual and Live Support From Instructors
Build a Real-World Portfolio of Projects
In-depth Focus on Modern Web Applications
Holistic Incorporation of Personal Development
Most Other CS Programs
Computer Science Bachelor’s or prerequisites required
Limited or no live support
Focus on theory, not practice
Broad, shallow coverage of many topics
Neglects personal development
How long is the program?
The online program lasts for 3 semesters plus 1 summer term and was created to allow you to continue working while studying.
What is the cost of the program?
See details on the cost here. Most students qualify for federal student loans to cover tuition and housing, meals, and other education-related expenses.
When is the next entry?
The next entry is February 2024.
Do I need a computer science degree to apply?
Any US equivalent bachelor’s degree (with 120 or more credits) is eligible to apply. We accept all degrees and our successful graduates include those with non-technical degrees in the Arts and Sciences.
How many hours a week should I allow for study?
We recommend allowing 15-20 hours a week, which covers pre-recorded video lessons, assignments, and live sessions on the weekend.
Is there an entrance exam?
There is an entrance test to qualify for acceptance to the course. We offer a pre-enrollment video course to help you prepare for this test.
Does this program qualify for federal student loans?
Yes! Once you apply to the program and submit your FAFSA, our financial aid office will determine if you qualify for federal student loans. Most of our applicants qualify for federal student loans.
How is the course delivered?
The program is a combination of prerecorded video lessons which can be completed on your own time when it best fits your schedule, and up to two live sessions on Saturday and Sunday with the professors. In addition, there will be regular homework assignments, group discussion channels, quizzes, and tests. Near the end of the program, you will complete 4 major projects that can be added to your professional software development portfolio.
Our professors are focused on your success. They are available by phone, email, Zoom, etc. to answer all your questions and guide you through the course.
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