The Virtual Classroom Experience

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UCF Boot Camps blend informative lectures with individual and collaborative group exercises. Students simulate a professional environment by working independently and in teams, in class, and at home. By diving into complex homework assignments and projects, students get hands-on practice using their newly acquired skills. Through a dynamic learning experience and robust portfolio projects, you’ll get real insight into a “day in the life” of a full-stack web developer, data analyst, digital marketer, or UX/UI designer.

To give students a truly immersive learning experience, we provide an intimate class setting with a low instructor to student ratio. In addition to our talented instructional team, students have dedicated TAs in classroom to provide wide-ranging support.

Going through a coding boot camp was one of the most rewarding experiences I have ever been through. It was definitely also the hardest, but I would do it again! I got to meet amazing people with different backgrounds and cultures with the same mission of being full-stack developers. I can confidently say that we will all be successful with our new skills.

-Kelvin, 2017 Coding Boot Camp Grad

Students do all of their coursework via laptop, eliminating the need for books or additional class materials. Our course structure is broken up into three main groups.

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Instructor-led discussions cover the history, usage, and background of a new technology or concept.

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Lab Work

You’ll put the material covered in class into action by working on timed in-class exercises and projects.

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Portfolio Projects

Class assignments focus on projects and applications that showcase your abilities across front-end and back-end technologies.

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Contact an admissions advisor by filling out the form below if you’re ready to learn more about UCF Boot Camps.

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