The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the nation’s first public university, is a global higher education leader known for innovative teaching, research, and public service. The Coding Boot Camp at UNC-Chapel Hill aims to further the university’s mission to provide opportunity, offered through The William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education.
The Coding Boot Camp at UNC-Chapel Hill prepares students for the field of web development through a hands-on classroom environment. We empower talented instructors to teach the most in-demand skills and a dedicated support team to provide students with extensive support along the way.
We employ skillful instructors with at least five years of professional industry experience. To keep our curriculum competitive and make sure we are meeting market demands, we routinely apply student feedback and market research to our program. Explore the curriculum.
Engaging Classroom Experience
Learning web development is a rigorous and time-intensive pursuit. That’s why we provide a hands-on, in-person classroom environment. With a low student-teacher ratio, we are able to give students the attention and support they need to succeed. Read about the classroom experience.
Students engage in real-world learning activities, and in-class work gives students the opportunity to work together and simulate professional working environments. Throughout the program, you’ll use what you’ve learned on complex projects that will build up your professional portfolio and demonstrate your skills.
From day one, our team puts the students first. With a helpful admissions team, passionate instructors, and dedicated student success and career services teams, you could not be in better hands as you go on this rigorous journey. Explore student support.