Whether you’re just starting out or are a seasoned professional, we are dedicated to helping you succeed. As you prepare to start, switch, or upgrade your career, we will support your learning journey with unparalleled services and resources, and we will continue to support you in your professional life. No previous programming skills are required to apply.
Web development is one of the fastest-growing careers in today’s economy, with jobs in the field projected to grow by 13% through 2030.1
Most graduates of coding boot camps find full-time employment in industries where they can use their new skills; they also report an average salary boost of 56% or $25,000.2
Our Career Engagement Network will help you apply the tools and knowledge you learn in your program to advance your career by assisting you in developing a strong portfolio, a polished resume, and sharp interview skills. You’ll also have access to free career resources throughout your professional life.
|Time to complete||24 weeks|
|Live classes||10 hrs/week|
|Homework & projects||20+ hrs/week|
|Class time||3 weekday evenings from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.|
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“I signed up for the… boot camp and learned to work data end to end. I was able to find a job in the city I live in with a significant salary increase compared to my former job. Getting into the industry was very difficult and I was unsuccessful prior to the program.”
– Alex S.
“I attended the boot camp because I wanted to change careers and it really helped me gain new experience with new technologies but also a stepping stone to get into this bootcamp I am currently attending. I believe it was the right decision on my part to try to get into a new field that I always wanted to get into and really gave me resources to do so.” – Brian G.
“I wanted to learn a new skill set that my job denied me. This new skill set has allowed me to advance my career that was stagnant.”
– Ivor W.
“I was struggling to find a job during covid and was recommended to take a coding course to learn something new as I continued to look for work. In learning to code I rediscovered my love for learning, solving puzzles and being creative." – Eamon M.
UConn School of Engineering is a powerhouse for research and engineering education in the state of Connecticut and beyond. We are the number 1 public engineering school in New England, and we provide 51 percent of the state’s engineering graduates. We work with local and national industry to address pressing technological challenges and to strengthen our manufacturing base. We value entrepreneurship and innovation, and our students and faculty actively develop startups and new technologies in support of economic development. Equally important, initiatives in engineering for human rights, brownfields, and cybersecurity demonstrate our enduring commitment to addressing major challenges facing our society.
edX, part of 2U Inc., works with respected universities and organizations to deliver innovative, skills-based training to a community of over 45 million learners around the world to support them at every stage of their lives and careers. edX delivers boot camps through an immersive learning experience with expert services and valuable resources. As of 2021, graduates have been hired by 6,700+ companies, including more than 62% of the Fortune 100.