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Absolutely! A lot of students want to get their feet wet first before deciding whether this path is for them. Check out one of our intro courses and then figure out what's next. Here are some of the jobs that our students get with they graduate: QA Engineer, Full Stack Developer, Entry Level Web Developer, JavaScript Developer, Project Manager, Technical Project Manager
Tuition for each 10-week course is $2,990. If you take the full track of Intro, Intermediate and Advanced, the total tuition is $8,970. Outside of this tuition there are no other books, software, etc. that you need to pay for, however you must bring your own computer. We keep our tuition costs low and pass the saving on to you. Our goal is to provide the most affordable effective tech curriculum in Texas. We work with co-working spaces to keep classroom space costs down and developers who want to give back to keep instruction costs down. This allows us to provide the most powerful coding education in Texas at the lowest price out there.
No. We don't offer financing in house but we recommend that students who are in need of financing options reach out to a local bank or credit union about a personal loan.
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Absolutely! A lot of students want to get their feet wet first before deciding whether this path is for them. Check out one of our intro courses and then figure out what's next.
Two things: At the end of each course, students who completed the curriculum will receive a certificate showing they passed the course and detailing that level of proficiency; additionally, we have an exit consultation with each and every student to help them figure out the next step, whether that is moving forward on a track with us, continuing their education on their own, launching a project, or finding employment. We're here to help!
Students with a pre-qualified level of proficiency can test into the intermediate and advanced courses.
Students can take classes at their own pace, however we do encourage taking classes consecutively one after the other, as the continuity in education and practice is paramount; as with learning a spoken language, if you don't use it you lose it.
Each course (Intro, Intermediate, Advanced) is 10 weeks long and meets twice a week in the evenings, from 6:30-9:00 pm. Depending on the class you're taking you would meet either Monday and Wednesday or Tuesday and Thursday. We run on a quarter system and have four sessions each year.
Just about any Mac or Windows laptop built within the last five or six years will do. If you have a choice, we recommend a Mac, but there's no need to buy a mac if you have a functional Windows machine. We do discourage Chromebooks and Tablets.