Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the California State University, Fullerton campus is closed and the in-person boot camp is postponed until further notice. Luckily, our remote learning program is still available to you. This page was left online so you can read about what the in-person program offers under normal circumstances. We look forward to resuming the program once if and when the global emergency ends.
The full-stack coding boot camp is taught by professional web developers at California State University, Fullerton. It's intensive, fast paced, and gives you all the skills you'll need to build, maintain and customize WordPress web products. It emphasizes problem-solving skills, hands-on project building and working within a team—all skills you'll need to thrive as a web developer in the real world.
Skills you'll learn
The boot camp meets on two weekday nights after typical work hours for three and a half hours plus one six-hour day each weekend. The exact hours and days vary from term to term, but your schedule might look like this: 6–9:30 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays and 10 a.m.–4 p.m. Saturdays.
Our standard tuition is $8,500. That pays for the entire program minus parking fees, which vary from semester to semester. You'll also receive free admission to WordCamp, a conference for WordPress users. To get this price, it must be paid in full one week before class starts. We also have a payment plan which allows you to pay over the course of your program. The total is $9,500. You'll pay $1,583.33 to secure your spot in the upcoming term, then you'll pay five more payments of $1,583.33 every four weeks. We accept checks, credit cards and PayPal. You're also welcome to explore third-party financing, such as personal or educational loans, which many banks offer. We recommend calling your bank and asking to speak with a loan officer about what they offer.
When you finish the program, you'll receive a certificate of completion. The class is pass/fail (you do not receive a final letter grade), and you do not earn units or credits that you can apply toward a degree. The certificate is a nice line on the resumé, but the real benefit is the skills you'll learn and the portfolio you'll build.