Software Development Part-Time

Software Development Immersive Part-Time – 24 weeks

Learn to code Microsoft .NET— the backbone of everything running online and on your computer.

Throughout our 24-week Immersive 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.

Course Schedule (On Campus Hours):

Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday evenings: 5:30 pm – 9 pm
Saturdays: 9 am- 3:30 pm

Learn to code Microsoft .NET through an immersive training 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 coding 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 support team will help you make connections in our employer network. We work with you one-on-one to assist in building your resume and LinkedIn profile.
Eleven Fifty Academy joins forces with local technology partners to vet our curriculum, ensuring we maintain a high level of integrity that meets current industry needs.

Course Goals

During the Software Development program, you will be learning HTML5, CSS, C#, .Net Framework, Typescript, Agile Methodologies and more! Through progression in the track, our goal is to assist you to grow your technical knowledge and skills as well as professionalism and team work. Upon graduation of the program you should have the skills needed to be considered a Junior Developer.


24 weeks

At a Glance

  • Build both soft and hard development skills for the professional environment
  • Build static Web pages using standard Web languages
  • Learn how to Pair-Program with other developers in your cohort
  • Learn how to work alongside other developers using Agile methods
  • Create robust Web applications using .Net Entity Framework
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Gold Badge

Gold Badge

Weeks 1-6:

Building the Foundation

During the first six weeks of your immersive Software Development program, you’ll focus on the basics of your language. Getting this foundation will prepare you to move into more advanced courses and technologies. We’ll also help you develop a portfolio and learn about life as a coder.

Areas of Focus

  • Web Basics
  • Language Fundamentals
  • Portfolio Building
Blue Badge

Blue Badge

Weeks 7-15:

Gaining the Knowledge

In weeks 7-15, you’ll move beyond the basics of coding and dive deeper into your language. Lab courses are designed to give you even more .NET coding experience as you design web applications. In weeks 7-15, we also encourage peer/pair programming, so students can work with each other to build out their solutions.

Areas of Focus

  • Web Applications
  • Applied Language Skills
  • User Experience
  • Career Prep
Red Badge

Red Badge

Weeks 16-24:

Polishing Your Skills

In the last phase of the your immersive program, you’ll spend your time working within teams to complete your projects. We’ll also cover some crucial information you need to know about as a professional .NET developer and help you finalize your portfolio.

Areas of Focus

  • Language Projects
  • Team Coding Work
  • Final Presentation


Our Expert-Designed Curriculum Spans:

  • Learning to code web pages using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.
  • Programming fundamentals and software engineering best practices.
  • Version control and collaborative software development with Git and GitHub.
  • Developing full-stack applications with in-demand technologies.
  • Building secure full-stack applications by leveraging common design and architectural patterns like model–view–controller (MVC) and Representational State Transfer (REST).
  • Safely modeling and storing data in SQL databases.
  • Consuming and integrating third-party application programming interfaces (APIs) in an application.
  • Front-end web application development with modern JavaScript framework Angular.
  • Deploying applications to the web via cloud-based hosting.

Tuition & Financing

  • Scholarships

    Different scholarship opportunities are often available for students who qualify. Check with our admissions team for scholarship availability. SCHEDULE A MEETING

  • GI Bill Funding

    We accept the GI Bill for members of all military branches. For qualifying veterans, benefits include full tuition and a stipend for housing and books. LEARN MORE

  • Student Loans

    Eleven Fifty has partnered with top student loan providers who specialize in helping close the skills gap and offer fixed-rate loans options. LEARN MORE

  • Payment Plans

    We offer customized installment plans on a student-by-student basis. These installment plans are generally interest-free and flexible. For students who pay tuition in full upfront, a discount is provided. LEARN MORE

  • Full Tuition

    Students who attend our part-time Software Development bootcamp have lunch provided on Saturdays. APPLY TODAY


Martin Flaherty

Software Development Learning Assistant
Nick Perry

Nick Perry

Software Development Instructor

Frequently Asked Questions

Curriculum/Equipment Questions

Does Eleven Fifty Academy offer night or part-time classes?

Yes! We offer part-time programs. The program is held Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday evenings from 6 to 9 p.m. and on Saturdays from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Our part-time programs last a total of 24 weeks.

How is the curriculum determined for my class?

On a quarterly basis, we review our curriculum with our employer partners and advisory board. Our curriculum is crafted to align with the exact talent needed in the local tech community.

What equipment will I need for my class?

For our immersive programs, preparing your laptop is one of the best ways to prepare for class. In order to arm you for success, below are our minimum requirement for your laptop. Given that you will need your laptop for class work and in the evenings for homework, you will need a laptop rather than a desktop. It is also recommended by our previous students that a mouse and mouse pad are valuable (though not required) as well.

If you have a Windows laptop, here is what you will need to be successful:

  • At least 4 gigs of RAM
  • At least 250 gig of hard drive space
  • Intel i5 or greater/ AMD a10-7800 or greater
  • Windows Version 10 or newer
  • Latest Firefox or Chrome web browser
  • You will also want to clean-off unneeded files and defragment your hard drives before class to maximize your laptop performance during class.

If you have a Mac computer, here is what you will need to be successful:

  • 2011 MacBooks or newer
  • At least 80 gig hard drive of space
  • Latest MacOSx
  • Latest Firefox or Chrome web browser (no Safari)
  • You will also want to clean-off unneeded files before class to maximize your laptop performance during class.

If you have a question or concern about your laptop, feel free to reach out to and one of our instructional staff members will help out!

How do I know if I am progressing as needed when in the program?

During the program, there are “gates” to help calibrate your success in the program: Gold, Blue, and Red Badges. To earn a badge, there is an assessment and grading rubric that is used to determine if the student has met the expectations. Each grading rubric measures whiteboard coding (problem-solving logic thinking), mini-projects (application skills), written assessment (knowledge), and project work presentation. The complexity of each rubric and assessment increases as you progress through the program.

Why do you offer Python, Web Development, and Software Development programs?

Based on feedback from our employer partners, these are the languages that are most in demand for entry-level coding positions. We work hard to make sure you are getting relevant skills that lead to employment. We frequently gauge the needs of the industry and adjust our courses and curriculum accordingly.

What material should I study to best prepare for the class?

We, at Eleven Fifty Academy, are focused on maximizing your learning experience while you are with us. This means there might be times where you need to do a bit of preparation. And, other times, being well-rested is the best preparation possible. For each specific class or workshop, check the course description for any prerequisites for your class.

Joining us for a 12 or 24-week immersive program? You will receive preparation work when you enroll. This preparation work is due at Orientation, which is approximately 1 week prior to the start of a class.

In the meanwhile, here are some of our favorite online coding resources to check out:

How much homework can I expect?

With the acceleration of the program, spending time in the evening revisiting, reviewing, and writing code is expected. While this time can vary per student and skill level, the consensus from former students is, on average, 2 hours a night and 5-10 hours on the weekend.