Coding Curriculum

Becoming a successful web developer requires a strong foundation in computer science fundamentals, so the full-stack curriculum at The Coding Boot Camp at UNC Charlotte takes you deep into the basics of coding and data structure. The best way to master new topics is through hands-on experience, so real-life coding projects are at the heart of our program.

We know that employers care about what you can do, not just what you say you can do. That’s why students focus on the practical application of their knowledge, graduating with a comprehensive portfolio of projects that demonstrate their skills.

Coding Part-Time

Module 1: Mastering The Browser Weeks 1-5


Description:

When most people think of the “Internet,” their mind immediately conjures up their web browser. We dive into detail about how the browser works and what exactly the source code comprising a web page does.

What You Will Learn:

  • Creating a webpage from scratch
  • Mastering terminal commands
  • JavaScript and it’s most beloved child, jQuery

Module 2: API and JSON Weeks 6-9


Description:

The advent of the API has rapidly propelled the pace of innovation in technology. Being able to communicate with other systems enables you to do even more with yours.

What You Will Learn:

  • Consuming RESTful API’s
  • Parsing JSON to extract meaningful data
  • Using AJAX to update data on a website without having to hit that “refresh” button in the browser

Module 3: Server Side Weeks 10-19


Description:

Have you ever wondered how websites originate? They typically come from computer programs called “servers,” but did you know that servers do so much more? Interacting with databases and even...other servers! Learn how to write server-side JavaScript code with Node.js.

What You Will Learn:

  • Writing Node.js server code to serve static web pages
  • Querying large amounts of data and answering questions from a MySQL Database
  • Understanding and using Joins, Wheres, and Counts strategically

Module 4: C#/ASP.NET Weeks 20-21


Description:

ASP.NET is a flexible C# web framework, designed to maximize programmer productivity. ASP.NET allows developers to build safe, scalable, and robust applications, quickly.

What You Will Learn:

  • Create web apps and APIs
  • Take a deep dive into C# and ASP.NET
  • Build safe applications for large numbers of users

Module 5: Computer Science Fundamentals Weeks 22-23


Description:

Computer science fundamentals are essential to web development so our curriculum includes a deep dive into the basics of coding and algorithms.

What You Will Learn:

  • Computer Science applied to JavaScript
  • Design Patterns
  • Algorithms

Module 6: Final Project Weeks 22-24


Description:

Throughout the course, you’ve developed an impressive portfolio of projects to show future employers. This final project is all yours. Use all of the technologies you’ve learned and make something distinctly your own.

What You Will Learn:

  • Dreaming up something fantastic and understanding the bounds of reasonable and achievable

Coding Full-Time

Module 1: Mastering The Browser Weeks 1-2


Description:

When most people think of the “Internet,” their mind immediately conjures up their web browser. We dive into detail about how the browser works and what exactly the source code comprising a web page does.

What You Will Learn:

  • Creating a webpage from scratch
  • Mastering terminal commands
  • JavaScript and it’s most beloved child, jQuery

Module 2: API and JSON Weeks 3-4


Description:

The advent of the API has rapidly propelled the pace of innovation in technology. Being able to communicate with other systems enables you to do even more with yours.

What You Will Learn:

  • Consuming RESTful API’s
  • Parsing JSON to extract meaningful data
  • Using AJAX to update data on a website without having to hit that “refresh” button in the browser

Module 3: Server Side Weeks 5-7


Description:

Have you ever wondered how websites originate? They typically come from computer programs called “servers,” but did you know that servers do so much more? Interacting with databases and even...other servers! Learn how to write server-side JavaScript code with Node.js.

What You Will Learn:

  • Writing Node.js server code to serve static web pages
  • Querying large amounts of data and answering questions from MySQL and MongoDB Databases
  • Incorporating the Express framework to combine these server-side technologies with client-facing web pages—the full stack begins here

Module 4: MERN Weeks 8-9


Description:

After studying the front and back ends, you’ll be ready to tackle different approaches for building full stack applications. In this module, we’ll teach you how to create complex web applications.

What You Will Learn:

  • Grasping the intricacies of building data-bound user interfaces with the ReactJS library
  • Applying this knowledge with your experience with Node, MongoDB and Express to create MERN applications

Module 5: C#/ASP.NET Week 10


Description:

ASP.NET is a flexible C# web framework, designed to maximize programmer productivity. ASP.NET allows developers to build safe, scalable, and robust applications, quickly.

What You Will Learn:

  • Create web apps and APIs
  • Take a deep dive into C# and ASP.NET
  • Build safe applications for large numbers of users

Module 6: Computer Science Fundamentals Week 11


Description:

Computer science fundamentals are essential to web development so our curriculum includes a deep dive into the basics of coding and algorithms.

What You Will Learn:

  • Applying computer science to JavaScript
  • Studying which design patterns to use for specific problems
  • Understanding which searching and sorting algorithms are most efficient for particular use cases

Module 7: Final Project Week 12


Description:

Throughout the course, you’ve developed an impressive portfolio of projects to show future employers. This final project is all yours. Use all of the technologies you’ve learned and make something distinctly your own.

What You Will Learn:

  • Dreaming up something fantastic and understanding the bounds of reasonable and achievable

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