Earlier this month, in collaboration with University of California, Irvine we launched the UCI x Flatiron School Online Web Development Program. This for credit certificate program leverages our existing Online Software Engineering curriculum to help people elevate their careers and enter the technology industry as software engineers.
Interested students can choose from two different formats:
UCI Division of Continuing Education and Flatiron School will offer people the ability to learn in-demand programming skills either through a new accelerated web development online program or by enrolling in individual 10-week classes.
The Web Development Accelerated Program teaches the programming skills needed to become a Web Developer in just 10 months. Students who enroll in this program will receive a 12-month WeWork hot desk membership, which provides online students access to a global campus of learners and tech professionals. Graduates of this program will also be eligible to receive a certificate from the UCI Division of Continuing Education consisting of 17 units of credit.
The Individual 10-week classes are available to students who are unable to commit to the full 10-month program. This option offers students the ability to pick and choose classes that fit their personal interests and goals; allowing them to test out if a career in coding is the right fit for them and whether or not they'd want to go deeper into learning specific programming languages. Delivered over 10 weeks, each online, these credit-bearing classes will offer live virtual office hours and technical support at predetermined times.
We’re kicking off in-person events and webinars this week where people can learn more about this new program. Classes start soon on October 7, so now is the perfect time to sign up for one of these events, learn more, and enroll!
Info Session UCI x Flatiron School Web Development Program 09/24 @ 12 p.m. PST
Join us for a 30 minute webinar to learn about the UCI x Flatiron School Online Web Development Program where we will go over the details of each course, learn how you can enroll, and even meet your instructor.
Flatiron School Alumni Success Story 09/24 @ 6 p.m. PST
Come visit the UCI campus at the Division of Continuing Education Building to listen firsthand to the career journey of Flatiron School graduate, Jenn Hansen. Jenn was a former physics major at Vanderbilt University, who made the transition to tech after graduating from Flatiron School’s Online Software Engineering program in 2017. Jenn’s story is an inspiring one, showcasing how an individual can change their life through code and successfully enter the tech workforce. Admission is free and food and beverages will be served.
Why You Should Learn to Code Before Starting a Tech Company 09/25 @ 6 p.m. PST
Come visit WeWork 400 Spectrum Center and listen to Max Ringelheim, Flatiron School's Product Marketing Lead, Strategic Initiatives, as he shares some fascinating entrepreneurial stories about the value of knowing how to code when launching a startup technology company. In 2011, Max was a non-technical co-founder of a video conferencing company called Vonvo, and later in 2015, was responsible for launching a viral Hoverboard brand called PhunkeeDuck. At both companies, if Max had coding expertise, the companies might have experienced greater success. Join us and learn about why coding is an indispensable skill to have when starting a tech company. Admission is free and food and beverages will be served.Info Session UCI x Flatiron School Web Development Program 09/26 @ 12 p.m. PST
Join us for a 30 minute webinar to learn about the UCI x Flatiron School Online Web Development Program where we will go over the details of each course, learn how you can enroll, and even meet your instructor!
Flatiron School Alumni Success Story 09/26 @ 6 p.m. PST
Come visit WeWork The Boardwalk to listen first hand to the career story of Flatiron School graduate Katrina Brinson. Katrina got her bachelor’s degree in Computer Science at Indiana University; a few years later she decided to attend Flatiron School and develop her coding skills. Katrina’s story showcases the power of attending a coding bootcamp even for those who graduated with a Computer Science degree. Admission is free and food and beverages will be served.