• Cost
    For pricing, call 612-424-8605
  • Format
    Fully online
  • Time to Complete
    Part-time, 24 weeks | Full-time, 12 weeks
  • Funding Resources

Technology has transformed virtually every area of human activity—and you can be part of the digital revolution as a web development professional. The University of Minnesota Coding Boot Camp is a Full Stack Flex curriculum that will equip you with the fundamental skills needed to become a full-stack web developer. You’ll stretch your knowledge to new limits, building dynamic end-to-end web applications, whether you choose the full-time (12 weeks) or part-time (24 weeks) program.

Web development is one of the fastest growing careers in today’s economy with a projected 27% growth by 2024.
— Bureau of Labor Statistics

The cutting-edge curriculum not only covers the basics of coding, algorithms, and data structure, it takes you through intensive training in JavaScript, Node.js, HTML, CSS, jQuery, Java, and more. In addition to engaging classroom instruction, students spend 20 hours a week on outside projects and experiential learning activities. These collaborative coding projects help students build a comprehensive professional portfolio to showcase their abilities and hone their competitive edge in the job market.

In addition, the career services team provides students with the training and guidance needed for the job search. Through resume and social media profile support, industry speakers, portfolio reviews, career coaching, technical interview training, and more, you will be empowered to find the job that’s right for you.

By the time you complete the UMN coding boot camp, you should have the skills to:

  • understand the process of serving a webpage and how the browser renders code.
  • build front-end websites from scratch, as well as with ready-made frameworks.
  • create full-stack, single-page web applications with RESTful routes and AJAX methods.
  • generate dynamic content and implement user authentication schemes by incorporating different types of databases—MySQL, MongoDB, and Firebase.
  • develop apps while applying the accepted and standard basics of social coding—source control, issue tracking, functional feedback, etc.
  • run through the entire development cycle of complex projects in both independent and collaborative settings.

Ready to shift gears in your career—or accelerate it? Visit the U of M Coding Boot Camp website or call 612-424-8605 to learn more.