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 intermediate coders.
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 and remotely.
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.
Get hired with the support of professional career coaching designed to optimize your interpersonal skills and build the ideal tech 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 designed by working tech professionals and industry experts.
Real-World Coding Tools
You will use popular developer tools like Git, Github, Bash, 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.
How It Works
The Part-Time Software Engineering Immersive is intended for intermediate coders.
All Fullstack Academy Coding Bootcamps are divided into 3 phases.
The self-paced, online Foundations course is intended for intermediate coders with some experience to independently prepare for the core curriculum. You’ll learn through videos, workshops, and digital exercises for 15-30 hours per week over 4 weeks—with access to a discussion forum and mentor guidance throughout.
Part-Time Software Engineering Curriculum
HTML and CSS
Web development environment and industry-standard tools
Immersive digital tools
Self-paced learning through video instruction and virtual coding sessions
Real-time support via our LMS help desk and student forum
Hands-on projects and activities
Core Curriculum: Junior Phase
Throughout this rigorous second phase, you’ll be studying to master technical skills and professional coding communication.
Junior Phase Software Engineering Curriculum
Front-end development. User expectations of Web and Mobile Applications have significantly increased in the last 10 years, and the sophistication of front-end development has increased to match it. You will study HTML5 and advanced CSS, and go beyond with modern technologies like React.
Databases. You will then master data organization and storage by working with popular SQL relational databases like Postgres, and learn how to integrate them into your applications.
Junior Phase Features
Pair Programming. Working with a fellow student, you’ll each use your newfound knowledge to write and optimize front-end and back-end code. This helps you build real-world experience and prepare for industry standard, technical coding interviews.
Interview Prep. You’ll learn the basics of standard interviewing Q&A and start to integrate these best practices into pair programming communications.
Core Curriculum: Senior Phase
At this point, you’ll have a solid understanding of the technologies taught in the immersive program. The Senior phase is your time to put that knowledge to use by building fully functional web applications from scratch. You will continue to study full-time during this phase–deepening your knowledge by solving real-world problems and applying best practices to your work.
Senior Phase Software Engineering Curriculum
Guided team project. You’ll join a group of 3-4 students to collectively create a functional e-commerce site–building all the components of a web application including the front-end, back-end, and database.
Personal project. After formulating your own idea for a web or mobile application, you’ll start to build it from scratch. You will take design considerations into account, like user experience and information architecture in addition to full stack development. You will learn new technologies or libraries in order to complete this project, which will help you learn how to learn advanced coding concepts throughout your career.
Capstone project. You will work with a team of students to come up with an ambitious idea for an app, and build it out over 2 weeks. This will be the most impressive project in your portfolio and will demonstrate your full understanding of software development and industry best practices.
Senior Phase Features
- Career Coaching. Fullstack Academy’s Career Coaches are your one-stop professional development resource. They’ll work with you on core aspects of the job search–from technical interview preparation to resume optimization–throughout the Senior phase of your coding journey and beyond.
Students will need to make an initial deposit at enrollment with the remaining balance due one week prior to the first day of the cohort.
Fullstack Academy is committed to making tech education more accessible, so we’re reducing the enrollment deposit to $99* (normally $2,000) for a limited time. Get started on your journey before the deposit increases!
You can pay your tuition upfront through self-pay, employer pay or government assistance.
Enrollment Deposit -
Tuition During Program - $19,811
Total Tuition - $19,910
Keep in mind that Fullstack Academy does not endorse, recommend, or promote any particular lender. The payment choice is at the discretion of you, the student. If you decide to use a personal loan, make sure to choose the option that works best for you.
Personal loans may also be available through your personal financial institution.
VET TEC and VRRAP funding can be used to pay for some Fullstack programs. Check with your local VA office to see if you are eligible.
*Offer eligibility: Upon admittance into the program, pay the $99 deposit in full prior to the enrollment date.
Learn more about each of these ways to finance your bootcamp education.
Build a Portfolio of Apps
By the time you graduate from the Part-Time Flex Software Engineering Bootcamp, you’ll have 3 projects in your software engineer portfolio: a group e-commerce website, a personal hackathon project, and your final team capstone project. All 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.
You’ll get a full bootcamp experience through our efficient and engaging combination of live online instruction, pair programming, hands-on projects, and career coaching.
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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 will create an amazing portfolio that showcases your skills and experience.
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 elegant 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 by Industry Leaders
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, intermediate-level students who are passionate about tech–but don’t want to quit their job or other full-time, daily commitments.
Our part-time coding bootcamp is designed to engage and challenge students throughout their coding journey in standard, accelerated Fullstack Academy fashion. That’s why we’ve developed a thoughtful, comprehensive 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 willing to demonstrate your intermediate-level coding prowess and are determined to become a developer.
We look for students who are considerate, collaborative, and driven.
No matter where your interests take you, you’re always continuing to learn and grow along the way.
Fullstack Academy grads make up a network of 5,500+ tech professionals around the country.
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 7,000 students graduate job-ready and with a robust portfolio to build lasting, thriving careers in tech.
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 bootcamps are built around ensuring students have everything they need to build a thriving career–all within an accelerated, supportive, and career-focused environment for learning.
We love Ruby on Rails and Python/Django. However, the web industry waits for no developer or technology.
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? Why are other schools teaching Rails?
When we first discovered Rails in 2005, developers were coming from an age where PHP back-end sites were getting increasingly complex and were becoming difficult to manage and scale. Rails excelled in this world, where the goal was still to develop HTML/CSS-centric web interfaces with heavy back-ends. Rails consolidated many best practices in back-end web development and made it easier for developers to build large sites in an organized way.
We recommend applying at least two weeks prior to your desired cohort start date - the earlier the better. This will allow you time to take the no-risk admissions assessment, receive your admissions decision, and complete your enrollment materials.
Our organization is based in one of the greatest cities on Earth - New York City! However, all bootcamps offered by Fullstack Academy and the Grace Hopper Program are held in a live online format.
As part of our commitment to delivering a high-quality student experience as well as considerations resulting from Covid-19, we aim to meet the moment with a bootcamp format that’s more practical, versatile, and accessible to students nationwide.
Learn more about our live online student experience.
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 for intermediate coders 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.
Most importantly, you’ll need to bring an open, well-rested, and hungry mind ready for learning. For tech specifications and requirements, click here.
Fullstack Academy is not currently able to accept tuition assistance payments from the new GI Bill (though we’re working hard on changing this!). However, veterans do automatically qualify for our $1,000 scholarship, and additional tuition assistance may be acquired through VET TEC or VRRAP.
Contact your local VA office for details, then visit our friends at Operation Code to learn more about veteran tech training efforts and how you can support the cause.
We're happy to answer any other questions you might have about Fullstack Academy. Email us at email@example.com and we’ll get back to you with the details you need.