Learn Web Development Part-Time and Become a Software Engineer
Fullstack Academy’s flagship part-time coding bootcamp is a 28-week career accelerator for aspiring software engineers.
Through an advanced curriculum and project-based structure, bootcamp students learn today’s in-demand skills plus the practical experience and job search support to launch a thriving career in software engineering. You’ll study part-time online and graduate job-ready for a range of coding roles across the US.
The Fullstack Academy Experience
Top-Rated Part-Time Coding Bootcamp
Fullstack Academy is a highly-rated coding school in the US, and our student reviews reflect that.
Dedicated Career Coaching
Get hired with the support of professional career coaching designed to optimize your interpersonal skills and build the ideal software engineering career for you.
Learn from passionate programmers with tech industry experience. From large open-source libraries to quantum computer simulators, they’ve programmed it all.
Graduate job-ready with a rigorous curriculum built by working tech practitioners and industry-experienced professionals.
Real-World Coding Tools
Use popular developer tools like Git, GitHub, VS Code, and Chrome Dev Tools.
Culture of Collaboration
Work with others to improve your code and learn how to present it at the same time.
What You'll Learn
Weekly live online classes are held on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 6:30pm-9:30pm ET over 28 weeks.
Foundational Software Engineering Curriculum
HTML and CSS
Web development environment and industry-standard tools
Foundations On-Ramp Features
Supports learners of all skill levels
Student-centered, inquiry-based learning in teams
Instructor-facilitated, live online classroom format
Immersive digital learning tools
At the end of this unit, you will complete a project to apply your skills
Git and GitHub
- Web Interface and Design - You’ll learn how content and imagery are best displayed on a website.
- Front-End Framework - You’ll start to understand pre-written modules and their primary use cases in web development.
- Pair Programming - Working with a fellow student, you’ll each use your newfound knowledge to write and optimize front-end code. This helps you build real-world experience and prepare for technical coding interviews.
React, React Router, and React Hooks
- Prototyping - Throughout bootcamp, you’ll begin each project by scoping, researching, and beginning to build full stack web applications—touching on every stage of a typical, real-world prototype development process.
You’ll master data organization and storage by working with SQL relational databases and learn how to integrate them into your applications. Then, it’s time to start building your own full stack application!
- Full Stack Capstone Project - You will work with a team of students to come up with an ambitious idea for an app, and start building it out. This will be the most impressive project in your portfolio and will demonstrate your full understanding of software development and industry best practices.
- Full Stack Project Pitching - After formulating your own idea for a web or mobile application, you’ll pitch it to the class. Taking market, design, and utility considerations into account, you’ll understand through your pitch process how development projects come to fruition in real-world scenarios.
- Portfolio Development - As you complete your full stack web development projects, all your code will be housed in GitHub to demonstrate your technical prowess and creativity to potential employers.
- Career Coaching - Fullstack Academy Career Coaches are your one-stop professional development resource. They’ll work with you on core aspects of the job search–from interview preparation to resume optimization–throughout the final stages of your bootcamp experience and beyond.
Fullstack Academy Coding Bootcamps are held in an immersive, live online format. Learn more.
Why Choose the Part-Time Software Engineering Bootcamp?
Comprehensive learning outcomes. Unlike other part-time offerings, Fullstack Academy part-time coding bootcamps are designed with the same curriculum concepts, web development projects, career support, and outcomes as our full-time programs. That means you don’t have to sacrifice valuable instruction in favor of a part-time schedule—you can have both!
Weekday evening classes. Part-time coding bootcamp classes are held on weekday evenings only (Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 6:30pm - 9:30pm ET), so you can maintain your job and other responsibilities during business hours throughout your career training journey.
Steady instructional pace. While still rigorous and fast-paced, our part-time coding curriculum structure aims to provide a consistent workload week over week.
Bootcamp-work-life balance. Our set weekly schedule, online help desk, and sophisticated Learning Management System combine to help you manage the part-time coding bootcamp on top of your existing, day-to-day work schedule and other life commitments.
Tuition and Dates
Fullstack Academy is committed to making tech education more accessible, which is why we offer several payment options to help you invest in your bootcamp education.
A refundable deposit of $99, applied to your total tuition, is due at the time of enrollment. The deposit is refundable up until the end of the first week of classes.
Learn more about each of these ways to pay for your bootcamp education.
Pay for your bootcamp tuition in affordable, predictable monthly installments.
Scholarships are available for women, military vets, and other communities. Plus, we offer seasonal scholarships for certain cohorts.
Build a Portfolio of Apps
By the time you graduate from the Software Engineering Bootcamp, you’ll have a culminating full stack capstone project in your software engineering portfolio. All of your code will be housed on GitHub and built out with real-world libraries and methodologies—demonstrating your technical, practical, and creative skills to future employers.
Check out some of our past coding student capstone projects.
Throughout bootcamp, you’ll program alongside a partner. Together, you’ll assume defined roles to solve programming challenges and double-check each other’s work.
Some things are better when they are shared
Employers love to see ample pair programming experience on your resume because it demonstrates practical knowledge as well as creative problem-solving skills. Plus, pair programming helps you get a feel for real-world remote work environments while building lasting, meaningful professional relationships.
Prepare for a Career in Coding
Upon graduation and for a full year beyond, you’ll opt into Career Success to receive the guidance and tools you’ll need to power your job search and land the ideal web developer role for you.
Portfolio of Apps
The projects and prototypes you build throughout bootcamp come together to form a comprehensive coding portfolio.
We’ll help you write and optimize a profile to jumpstart the networking process and demo your web applications for employer visibility.
Tech employers across the board want to see a strong GitHub profile—and that is exactly what you will have by the end of the program.
You’ll work with our Career Success Team to craft an effective resume that shows off your skills as a full stack software engineer.
Our career coaches will also help you prepare for standard and technical interviews with group sessions, events, presentations, and more!
Fullstack Academy Graduates Get Hired
Companies of all industries are hiring for remote and in-person software engineering positions across the US. Particularly within tech hubs like New York and California, lucrative coding career opportunities continue to be prominent throughout the professional landscape.
With an in-depth curriculum spanning computer science fundamentals to front-end and back-end web development, the part-time Software Engineering Bootcamp is best for motivated students who are passionate about tech—but don’t want to quit their job or other daily commitments.
The Fullstack Academy part-time coding bootcamp is designed to engage and challenge students throughout their bootcamp experience on an accelerated timeline. That’s why we’ve developed a thoughtful application process to ensure prospective students are a good fit for the program—and vice-versa!
Here’s what we look for in prospective students.
You’re committed to learning advanced material at an accelerated, rigorous bootcamp pace.
You’re considerate, dedicated, creative, and team-oriented.
No matter where your interests take you, you’re always continuing to learn and grow along the way.
A word of advice to older prospective students like myself. You may be frustrated where you are right now but afraid to make the leap, to quit your job, to spend your savings on a bootcamp, to take three months to learn, to work 80 hours a week. I promise it’s worth it.
Front-End Engineer, Amazon
Fullstack Academy is, by all measures, the best investment I have made to date, and I would wholeheartedly recommend it to anybody considering it, especially those with little to no prior programming knowledge. I will note, however, that hard, consistent, and dedicated individual work is a must if you want to make the most out of the Fullstack Academy investment.
Software Engineer, Google
The instructors are always available for one-on-one help and will take the time to guide you through questions and problems. Their level of engagement in each student's learning process is what sets Fullstack apart.
Software Engineer, RUN
Within 4 weeks, I received 2 job offers at companies I was really excited about. During my interviews, both companies were pleasantly surprised by how knowledgeable and capable a bootcamp grad could be. Truly, I owe it all to Fullstack Academy's education and preparation.
Full-Stack Developer, PreparedHealth
No matter where you are in your coding journey, you can hone the skills, knowledge, and practical experience of a professional web developer with Fullstack Academy. As a trusted trailblazer in tech education, we’ve helped over 10,000+ students graduate job-ready with the skills, drive, and portfolio to build lasting, thriving careers in tech.
The future of web development has moved toward sophisticated, responsive, and dynamic single-page applications running in the browser. Apps like Gmail, Asana, Trello, Facebook, and Google Maps have redefined what users expect from web applications and what developers need to deliver.
What about Ruby on Rails, Python, or other engineering languages? Why are other schools teaching these—or a combination of these—instead?
Ruby on Rails has been instrumental in consolidating many best practices in back-end web development—making it easier for developers to build large sites in an organized way. Meanwhile, Python has completely revolutionized the way sites record and use data—and we do teach Python foundational skills in our Data Analytics bootcamps.
All our coding bootcamps are thorough, comprehensive, immersive, and rigorous. We’re backed by multi-year experience in online tech training to deliver consistent, in-demand coding curricula and digital learning tools in a remote environment.
Specifically, the Part-Time Software Engineering Bootcamp is designed to support you in leveling up your coding skills, building a robust portfolio, and launching a career in tech. Learn more about online learning with Fullstack Academy.
There are a great number of online resources available and we encourage you to try them. Particularly for beginners, tools like Codecademy, Code School, and Team Treehouse can help you learn and practice in-demand coding concepts.
At Fullstack Academy, learning and practicing coding concepts are only part of the equation. Our Software Engineering Immersive centers on ensuring students have everything they need to build a thriving career—all within an accelerated, guided, supportive, and career-focused environment for learning.
Additionally, the Software Engineering Immersive centers on active learning and competency-based evaluation metrics, so prospective students can effectively build practical coding skills with real-world application to become well-rounded software engineers.
If you apply to the Software Engineering Immersive and you don't get in, you are welcome to reapply in six months and work on improving your skills in the meantime.