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 participants 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|
Homework and projects
3 weekday evenings
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“The boot camp was amazing, support during was great, and I felt very supported by my career director after. Without her help and encouragement, and the confidence instilled by my instructor and TA, I don't think I would have been able to get my job.” Lauren D.
“I have successfully pivoted to an entirely new and extremely satisfying career as a result of completing the University of Oregon Coding Boot Camp!” Christian S.
“The boot camp was definitely a lot of work but it was so worth it and I fell in love with coding and web development. Everyone was so helpful as well, and I'm still in contact with some of the participants from class. I would definitely recommend the boot camp to anyone who is looking to start a new career.” Mia D.
Continuing and Professional Education (CPE) connects the University of Oregon with regional communities to enable learning outside of the traditional university setting. Working in partnership with UO schools and colleges, selected vendors, and national credentialing associations, we serve more than 5,000 participants annually.
Through Continuing and Professional Education, individuals can access professional development, lifelong learning, and community engagement opportunities that will allow them to grow and thrive without being an admitted participant at the UO.
Continuing and Professional Education programs are self-support and fee-based; they do not use state dollars. CPE reports to the Division of Student Services and Enrollment Management.
This non-degree program is offered through the University of Oregon Continuing and Professional Education in partnership with edX.