Whether you’re just starting out or are a seasoned professional, we are dedicated to helping you succeed. As you prepare to start, switch, or upgrade your career, we will support your learning journey with unparalleled services and resources and we will continue to support you in your professional life. No previous programming skills are required to apply.
Web development is one of the fastest-growing careers in today’s economy, with jobs in the field projected to grow by 13% through 2030.1
Most graduates of coding boot camps find full-time employment in industries where they can use their new skills; they also report an average salary boost of 56% or $25,000.2
Our Career Engagement Network will help you apply the tools and knowledge you learn in your program to advance your career by assisting you in developing a strong portfolio, a polished resume and sharp interview skills. You’ll also have access to free career resources throughout your professional life.
|Time to complete||24 weeks|
|Live classes||9 hrs/week|
|Homework & projects||20+ hrs/week|
3 weekday evenings (3 hrs/class)
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The Technology & Leadership Center is dedicated to providing the training your company needs to meet corporate and individual objectives. We personalize courses for your unique goals, from cybersecurity to leadership development.
The mission of the McKelvey School of Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis is to promote independent inquiry in engineering research and education with an emphasis on scientific excellence, innovation and collaboration without boundaries.
This program is offered through the Washington University in St. Louis McKelvey School of Engineering in partnership with edX.