Throughout our 24-week Part-Time Software Development course you’ll find modern, relevant curriculum designed to teach the coding skills and knowledge needed to become a successful Microsoft .NET software developer.
Tuesday and Thursday evenings: 5:30 pm – 9:30 pm
One Saturday a month: 9 am- 5 pm
Students will need to devote an extra 10-18 hours a week to this course in addition to face-to-face time. Students are welcome to come to campus to have a quiet place to learn outside of class time. Many students also form study groups with their peers.
Learn to code Microsoft .NET through an immersive program and walk away with employable hard skills and the soft skills to back it up. From day one, you'll be in the code.
Our courses are designed to get you the experience you need for a career in software development. You'll create a personal portfolio to showcase your new skills to employers.
Our career services team will help you make connections, develop soft skills, and assist in building your resume and LinkedIn profile so that you are 100% job ready after graduation.
We join forces with local tech companies who vet our curriculum, hire our grads, and provide weekly workshops to deep dive on individual subjects.
During the first 6 weeks, you’ll focus on the basics of your language. This foundation will prepare you for more advanced projects throughout the course. We'll also help you develop a portfolio and learn about life as a coder.
During weeks 7-15, you will dive deeper into your language. Projects and labs are designed to give you even more coding experience as you design web applications. During this phase, we also encourage peer/pair programming, so students can work with each other to build out their solutions.
In the final phase, weeks 16-24, you'll spend time working in teams to complete your projects, and we'll cover some crucial information you need to become a professional software developer. During this phase we will also help you finalize your portfolio.
Creating and Deploying Web Pages
Using Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).
Developing Full-Stack Applications
Using in-demand Microsoft .NET technologies as well as architectural patterns like model-view-controller (MVC) and Representational State Transfer (REST).
Learning Modern Frameworks and Libraries
As well as consuming and integrating third-party application programming interfaces (APIs) in an application.