UCF Coding Boot Camp

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Coding classes begin quarterly

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Online Web Development Program

Learn to Code in 12 or 24 Weeks

Web development is a fast-growing career track, and UCF Coding Boot Camp teaches you the specialized skills to tap into this rewarding industry. Through a fast-paced, immersive curriculum, you’ll learn the skills needed to become proficient in front-end and back-end programming.

  • Simulate a professional work environment by teaming up with your peers on real-world projects and build complex applications that will bolster your professional portfolio.
  • Gain access to continuation courses that cover additional in-demand technologies, including, Java, C#, and Amazon Web Services.
  • Receive a Certificate of Completion from UCF Division of Continuing Education, demonstrating your achievements.
  • Benefit from a wide set of career services: resume and social media support, technical interview preparation, portfolio reviews, soft skills training, coaching, job matching, and more to help you launch or advance your career.

“The boot camp has forever changed my life. I’ve wanted to do web development since my freshman [year] of high school. I knew I had the skill to do it, but didn’t know which direction to go. The boot camp offers a clear path that helped me flourish my skills and make me ready to get into web development field.”

– Christian Huffman, UCF Coding Boot Camp alumni

Industry-Driven Full-Stack Curriculum

We work closely with employers and industry professionals looking for boot camp graduates to optimize our full-stack curriculum and ensure we are continually teaching the most in-demand technologies, including*:

A high-level, interpreted scripting language found on most of today’s web pages, this is the programming language that brings your site to life.

Defines the structure and layout of a webpage. This language is critical as it dictates a site’s organization.

Defines the style of a webpage and how it is presented to the user. This language is important because it determines fonts, colors, and positions of webpage elements.

A JavaScript runtime built on Chrome’s V8 JavaScript engine. Essential to any developer looking to build scalable network applications.

A database management system used to store and retrieve data. This system is critical for developers as most applications today require a SQL database to preserve information.

A document-oriented NoSQL database. This database is critical for security and it is trusted to power business-critical applications in over 50 percent of the Fortune 100 companies.

A web application framework for Node.js. This framework play a crucial role in the flow of data between server and routes in server-side applications.

The most widely used JavaScript library today. This library is essential for creating web apps in an agile manner.

*The material covered is subject to change. Our academic team adjusts to the market demand.

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In-Demand Programming Topics

HTML and CSS coding books

Front End Fundamentals
Students gain a rigorous exposure to HTML, CSS, JavaScript, APIs, and more. By this point, students can create visually compelling and data rich applications.

Express and Node.js Book Covers

Server-Side and Database Architectures
Students dive into SQL and MongoDB databases and the construction of Node/Express servers. By this point, students can build full-stack applications.

React and Java Book Covers

Advanced Front-End Frameworks
Students gain exposure to cutting edge front-end frameworks like React. They also deepen their skillsets by learning regionally relevant technologies.

Programming Book Covers

Data Structures and Algorithms
Students will ground all they’ve learned in the core computer science concepts behind modern programming—maximizing their career readiness.

Comprehensive Support

When learning to code, it’s important to have help available when you need it. Our industry professional instructional staff have the talent and drive to help our students, like you, succeed. They are available during live class instruction and office hours each week. Our online coding boot camp offers you multiple layers of support from a team of people who have your back, including:

Get support from instructors and teaching assistants. Our industry professional instructional staff is there to help you gain the skills you need on your coding journey.

Qualified students will have access to free tutoring upon request and receive up to an hour a week of 1:1 time with a skilled tutor to discuss class material, code reviews, or career related questions.

Students receive support from a dedicated team throughout their boot camp journey. Whether you need a coach, some inspiration, or someone to talk to about catching up on homework, you’ll always have someone there to help.

You will have access to a dedicated career director and profile coach that will help frame your past experience in a compelling way and help you prepare to land your dream job after completing the boot camp.

Students will have a classroom full of fellow aspiring coders to collaborate with, ask questions or motivate each other through difficult material. The class environment allows students to bolster their professional network, extending beyond graduation. Once you complete the program, you will become a member of our boot camp alumni community, which brings a wealth of networking opportunities.

Career Services and Industry Partnerships Support

Achieve your career goals with the help of a career coach and career material advisor, plus a variety of opportunities such as:

  • Unlimited feedback on professional materials: The career services team offers unlimited feedback on your professional materials, like your resume and portfolio, to help you become employer-competitive.
  • Interview prep and 1:1 career coaching: Discuss your career journey and receive quality coaching strategies and additional resources to help you become employer competitive. You will also have the opportunity to complete in-depth interview practice sessions, where you will be guided through real-world coding challenges and behavioral questions.
  • Career and industry events: We offer ongoing behavioral and technical workshops, as well as events such as Demo Days with industry professionals, to help you build a network and stand out in the job market.
  • Industry partner connections: Our career services team has an employer partner network of over 250 companies, hiring from across all of our boot camps. Events like the Career Connections career fair help us connect learners to employment opportunities with our partners. 
  • Job referrals: Work with your dedicated career coach to become employer-ready and eligible for referrals to our employer partners.

“My career services mentor was wonderful. We met bi-weekly when possible after I completed the program to discuss job searching, applying, and interviewing. She helped me so much to land my new job…I was able to more than double my salary and get a job in my goal industry.”

– Sarah Crank, UCF Coding Boot Camp alumni

Why Join Our Coding Boot Camp?

Our Online Coding Boot Camp was built for a wide range of individuals, whether they are full-time working professionals, students, or people looking to take their first professional job. All professions are welcome and if any of the following applies to you, this could be the opportunity you’re for:


You’re looking to advance your current career and learn coding skills to open up new opportunities


You’re interested in switching careers and want to become a professional web developer


You want to enhance your coding skills or learn web development to advance in your role

Hear From Our Students

Benjamin Griffith was a social studies teacher who found himself drawn to technology and coding. After taking a front end boot camp, he found he wasn’t able to land the employment he desired, so he decided to pursue full stack development and enrolled in UCF Coding Boot Camp. The career services support he received helped him market his new full stack skills, and he is now a solutions developer.

Read Benjamin’s story here.

Edna Wolf was working as a realtor/property manager, but she found she wanted to spend more time playing with HTML than actually showing properties. She followed her passion for coding to UCF Coding Boot Camp and, with the support of Career Services, is now a MERN stack developer.

Read Edna’s story here.

After working in various first-responder roles, Lee Warrick came back to coding through UCF Coding Boot Camp. Through his efforts in networking and portfolio-building, as well as with help from the boot camp’s career services team, Lee was able to land a job as a software engineer.

Read Lee’s story here.

Coding Boot Camp Application

  1. Submit Form. Fill out the contact form and select the program you’re interested in to request more information.
  2. Interview and Application. An advisor will connect with you to discuss program details and answer any questions you may have. Then, you will fill out a short application.
  3. Assessment. Complete a basic multiple-choice critical thinking and problem-solving assessment. No prior industry knowledge is required.
  4. Enrollment. Once you are accepted into the program, you will determine which financial option is right for you. Secure your seat by signing your enrollment agreement and paying your deposit.

Coding Boot Camp Schedule Options

Part-Time Coding Boot Camp

  • 24-week online program
  • Study part-time while maintaining your existing professional, educational or personal obligations
  • Learn through instructor-led online classes three days per week and engaging projects
  • Dedicate 9 hours of scheduled in-class time per week and a minimum of 20+ hours outside of class on self-paced learning and hands-on projects

Full-Time Coding Boot Camp

  • 12-week program with fully live online sessions in a virtual classroom environment
  • Launch your career sooner by studying full-time and completing the program at an accelerated pace
  • Attend live, instructor-led classes online Monday – Friday, 10 a.m – 2:30 p.m.
  • Dedicate 20 hours of scheduled in-class time per week and a minimum of 25+ hours outside of class on projects and homework assignments

Currently Enrolling:

» Coding Boot Camp:

Full-Time 9/16/24
Part-Time 7/8/24

» Data Boot Camp:

Part-Time 7/15/24

» Digital Marketing Boot Camp:

Part-Time 7/1/24

» UX/UI Boot Camp:

Part-Time 7/1/24

About the Boot Camp

This boot camp, offered in partnership with edX, is made available through a unique consortium delivery model to provide skills-based learning to participants across Florida and beyond. Participants will be taught by a university-approved instructor, while learning alongside students from other consortium-participating universities and institutions. Upon meeting the completion requirements, participants will be issued a non-credit Certificate of Completion by UCF Division of Continuing Education.

Frequently Asked Questions

Our coding boot camps in Sanford/Lake Mary, and in Orlando on the Valencia West campus and at the UCF Innovative Center, are being held online. Call us at (407) 454-9823 for more information on how to apply, or visit our Online Experience page.

While some background in coding is helpful, no experience is needed as long as you are dedicated and eager to learn. Our pre-course tutorials will help you prepare for our program.

No, applicants do not need to be UCF students. UCF Coding Boot Camp is offered through UCF Division of Continuing Education.

Our curricula cover front-end and back-end programming technologies*, and you will graduate with the coding skills needed to become a full-stack web developer:

  • Computer Science Fundamentals
  • Databases (SQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB)
  • Server Side Development (MERN Stack, Template Engines)
  • Browser Based Technologies (HTML, CSS, JavaScript)
  • Deployment and Delivery (Render, Git, GitHub Pages, Shell Scripting, Unit Testing, Component Testing, Integration Testing, CI/CD Pipelines)
  • APIs (Client-Server Model, Browser APIs, RESTful APIs, JSON)
  • Supplemental Self-Study Topics (Java, C#, Amazon Web Services)

*The material covered is subject to change. Our academic team adjusts to the market demand.

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