Jump Start Your Software Engineering Career

Become a Software Engineer in as little as 15 weeks.

You can become a Software Engineer.

Whether you have zero coding knowledge, are self-taught, or are somewhere in between, this course is for you. Our course takes you from foundational skills to advanced, practical knowledge in as little as 15 weeks.

This course will jumpstart your path into a new career.

Our Software Engineering curriculum is tailored to the skills employers look for

No matter what level you’re currently at, Flatiron School’s Software Engineering course will turn you into an industry-ready Software Engineer.

Prep Work

No matter where you’re starting from, Prework is meant to build your foundational knowledge and prepare you for success in the course.

Front-end part I

Everyone starts out with JavaScript. You’ll learn how it works and get hands-on experience writing and debugging code.

Front-end part II

Next, you’ll be introduced to ReactJS, a popular front-end library. You’ll learn some fundamentals and write code to add more complexities to the React ecosystem. At this point, you’re officially a Front End Developer. 

Back-end part I

Backend development begins with Ruby. You’ll learn to use Ruby to interact with a SQL database, use an Object-Relational Mapper to perform CRUD (Create Read Update Delete), and design an API to handle CRUD actions.

Back-end part II

Next, you’ll create a Web API server using Ruby on Rails (aka Rails). You’ll get hands-on experience building RESTful APIs to serve JSON data in Rails with full control over back-end request and response logic. After this, you’re now a Back-End Developer.

Capstone project

The course finishes out with a capstone project. You’ll use everything you’ve learned to create an application from scratch that will be presented online or in a Campus Showcase. 

  • Front End Developer

  • Back End Developer

  • Full Stack Developer

  • Software Engineer

Front End Developer

Average Salaries in 2022: $96,637 *

Front End Developer (can also be called Front End Engineer) is responsible for developing new user-facing features while building reusable codes and optimizing page load times within web/mobile applications.

What is the difference between the on-campus and online experience?

On-campus programs are held full-time and you are expected to be on campus for each day of class. The online program uses the same curriculum, but gives you the added flexibility of studying from home.

No matter which program you sign up for, you can still visit campus to connect with fellow students and alumni, and attend networking and workshop events.

Are coding bootcamps worth it?

Coding bootcamps offer a lot of things. They offer an opportunity to learn the skills you need to launch a career at a relatively affordable and fast pace.

What’s required of you is to find the right bootcamp. Find a place that teaches in a way that fits your learning style, meets your price point and schedule, and focuses on the languages and skills that align with your career ambitions. If you do your research and find the right place for you, then attending the right bootcamp is definitely the right choice.

In sum, if your goal is to learn software engineering skills and to start a coding career, then the answer is an unequivocal ‘yes’ — good bootcamps are worth it.

Do online coding bootcamps work?

In many ways, coding bootcamps definitely do work, and there’s a lot of proof behind that statement.

But it’s better to first ask yourself, “What do I want to get out of attending a coding bootcamp?” Asking yourself what your goals and ambitions are is how you’ll know if a bootcamp would work for you.

Some people want to just become acquainted with code, which is great, but a full-time bootcamp might not be the best route if you’re looking for a basic understanding of coding.

If your goal is to learn to become a software engineer, then yes, coding bootcamps do work.

What is an online coding bootcamp?

While they vary with each course and each school, online coding bootcamps are short-term and often rigorous training programs to help students learn the programming languages and development skills they need to become professional software engineers.

What programming languages are taught in this software engineering program?

Our software engineering program offers a full-stack web development experience. This means that you’ll learn to think and build like a software engineer by engaging with both front-end and back-end programming languages. The core languages taught in the software engineering program are HTML, CSS, JavaScript, React, Ruby, and Rails.

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