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UCLA Extension Coding Boot Camp

Become a Web Developer
in 12 or 24 Weeks

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call (310) 955-4093

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Learn in-demand skills through a market-driven curriculum: HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, jQuery, Express.js, React.js, Node.js, progressive web apps, agile methodology, computer science, database theory, MongoDB, MySQL, Git, and more.*
Build a portfolio of web applications to showcase your knowledge and benefit from a wide range of career services to position you for success.
Flexible: Study full-time for 12 weeks or part-time for 24 weeks while maintaining your work schedule.
Gain access to continuation courses that cover additional technologies, including Python, Java, C#, and Amazon Web Services.
*The material covered in this course is subject to change due to market demand.
The Coding Boot Camp at UCLA Extension was designed to help students develop the skills and professional network needed to capitalize on a high demand career track.
About The University Of California Los Angeles Extension
The Coding Boot Camp at UCLA Extension is offered by UCLA Extension, one of the nation’s oldest, largest, and most comprehensive providers of continuing higher education. In US News & World Report’s ranking of the nation’s best colleges, UCLA places #2 among public colleges and in the top 25 universities nationwide. UCLA Extension offers convenient evening and weekend courses tailored to the needs and schedules of working adults and students, as well as the excellence that comes with a UCLA-approved curriculum.
This program is offered through UCLA Extension, in partnership with Trilogy Education Services, a 2U, Inc. brand.

About Trilogy Education Services
Trilogy Education is a workforce accelerator that empowers the world’s leading universities to prepare professionals for high-growth careers in the digital economy. Thousands of people around the globe have completed Trilogy-powered programs, and more than 2,000 companies—including 50% of the Fortune 100—employ them.

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