Fullstack Academy is commited to coding education at all levels.
From your first line of code to your first salary negotiation,
Fullstack can facilitate your journey
Most students are interested in Fullstack Academy because they want to transition careers into software development. However, advanced coding schools — like Fullstack — have selective admissions processes that usually involve solving intermediate level coding challenges. Many students who have passed the assessment studied on their own for weeks or months, but others prefer an organized setting to boost their skills.
The Grace Hopper Program teaches the exact same curriculum as the Software Engineering Immersive. This all-women program offers a “deferred tuition” model where graduates only pay tuition once they receive a job as a developer. You can read more about that program here.
The Flex Immersive program is designed to offer the same career-altering results as the full-time program, but on a part-time schedule that allows students to continue working while learning web development. This 28-week program meets in-person two weeknights each week, plus one entire weekend each month. There is remote work to be completed on off-nights, but this option mitigates the “opportunity cost” of quitting one's job to attend a bootcamp. You can learn more about the Flex Immersive program here.