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Advance or change your career, from anywhere.
Build front-end websites, create full stack single page applications, and more through hands-on projects as you gain real-world development experience and build your portfolio.
Get support when you need it. Our virtual classroom allows you to ask questions live, get help from instructors and Teaching Assistants, and collaborate with classmates. Outside of class, you’ll have access to TAs and a network of tutors to keep you progressing.
Study part-time and work on projects through a combination of guided, skills-based activities, text-based readings, and engaging videos. Practice material on your own schedule each week.
Gain in-demand full stack skills through a blend of engaging online content and live, instructor-led virtual classes designed to work with your unique schedule.
Get ready for your next career move by using our various career services like technical interview training, virtual tech panels, portfolio reviews, resume support, 1:1 career coaching, and more.
*The material covered in this program is subject to change due to market demand.
*Bureau of Labor Statistics
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 partners with universities to prepare participants for high-growth careers in the Digital Economy. Over thirty-five of the world’s leading institutions collaborate with Trilogy to bridge the gap between employers’ needs and participants’ skills.
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