Start Learning to Code in Code 101

Learn to Code

Are you an aspiring software developer?

Your first step is to learn the foundations of programming.

Our program is structured to get you from where you are to where you want to be, whether you're starting from scratch or need to put the finishing touches on your technical skill set.

The courses below are designed to get you adept in the technical skills required of all developers, from creating and launching an interactive website to working on multiple projects with a team. Each course runs in a Daytime track for students who are ready to commit full time, and a Nights & Weekends track for students who are still working 9-5 jobs.

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Code 101: Intro to Software Development & Careers in Tech

1 Day

Cost: $99

Is this career path really for you? Spend a Saturday with us to build your first web page and test your new skills to see if you enjoy the prospects and process of software development.

Result: Find out if a career in tech and our Code 201 course are right for you.

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Code 201: Foundations of Software Development

Daytime Track: Monday – Friday, 4 weeks

Nights & Weekends Track: 2 evenings per week plus on weekend day, 8 weeks

Cost: $3,500

Get used to writing syntax and pushing code as you learn the basics of web development through HTML, CSS, Javascript, and the tools and best practices used by software developers around the world.

Result: Get training that will prepare you for an internship at a tech company or continuing on into Code 301.

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Code 301: Intermediate Software Development

Daytime Track: Monday – Friday, 4 weeks

Nights & Weekends Track: 2 evenings per week plus on weekend day, 8 weeks

Cost: $4,500

What’s the technology behind launching a web app and working with a software development team? In this course, you will go beyond HTML, CSS, and JavaScript syntax and learn how to launch a web app, collaborate on projects, use advanced frameworks and libraries, and work with basic algorithms and data structures.

Result: Become a web producer, product manager, or entry-level website builder, or continue on into a Code 401 course.

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Ready for the next level?

Code 401 trains you in a specific programming language and helps you land a high-paying job in the industry. Learn more about Code 401 »