Part-Time Full Stack Development Bootcamp
Learn to code at a pace that works with your schedule
Our part-time full stack development course was designed for working women and TGNC individuals, who’d like to learn how to code, but cannot commit to our full-time program. Students meet twice a week and carry out remote work 1-2 Saturdays a month. This course is offered in-person or fully remote.
Full Stack Development Bootcamp
An entry-level program to advanced your technical career
Our Flagship Program
Download Our Course Guide
We put together a 15-page guide that delves into our pedagogy, course logic and structure. It’s a good place to start if you’d like to learn more about us.
Scope and Sequence
Three modules to iterate over your knowledge base.
What: Develop problem-solving abilities; enhance concept retention.
How: Scaffolded lectures and activities; live-coded reviews; weekly assessments.
What: Create user design flows and database schema; develop several full-stack applications.
How: Iterative group work and hands-on learning through projects.
What: Prepare to enter the technical workforce.
How: Whiteboarding; technical improvisations; flash lectures; pitch-coaching; mock technical interviews (both virtual and live).
Daily Course Breakdown
Two evenings a week, with 1 to 2 remote Saturdays a month.
I knew I was signing up for a big challenge when I decided to enroll into a part-time bootcamp while working full time. Even if it can get overwhelming sometimes, having a community of women that supports me really makes a difference. I thought I had only signed up for a bootcamp, but at CodeOp I found a community.
Part-Time CodeOp Student
Featured Student Showcase
Our full stack development bootcamp students go from knowing nothing about code, to learning how to build full stack apps like this.
Interested in meeting our part-time students and instructor?
We regularly have guests, who are interested in learning how to code, audit the course, and we recommend it if you are interested in enrolling.