From our years of experience educating thousands of successful graduates, we know what it takes to be a software engineer. Our full-stack coding curriculum gives you the skills and knowledge you need to feel competent and confident on your first day on the new job.
Our programs cover a wide range of programming languages, enabling students to work as full-stack software engineers or front-end/back-end software engineers once they enter the workforce. Having such a versatile skill set opens more doors for our students.
Over 93% of our 2019 graduates from our San Francisco Campus Program and 95% from our NYC Campus Program who were participating in our job search program received job offers within months of graduation.
We’re here not only to help you learn code but to kickstart your new career, too.
Our coding curriculum walks you through various programming languages, providing you with a solid foundation and a better understanding of how and when to use each language. You'll then use these languages to develop full-stack projects that you can add to your portfolio and showcase during the job search process.
Python is a widely used language that’s easy to read and encompasses everything from web scraping to data analytics and artificial intelligence. It’s an open source code that’s written in English.
Ruby on Rails was created in 1995 by Yukihiro Matsumoto as an open-source language focused on simplicity. It is based on Model View Controller (MVC) architecture and is used as a development framework.
This is the official Redux user interface (UI) binding library maintained by the official Redux team. It’s necessary to learn for those wanting to work with React applications.
Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML) is a web-based markup language that tells browsers how to show images and text on websites. It’s how nearly every website on the internet displays information. For building websites, HTML and CSS are inseparable and both fundamental to programming.
Short for Cascading Style Sheets, CSS lets you tailor the appearance of your webpage. You can change and craft layouts, colors, and fonts as well as implement other style options. Along with HTML, CSS is one of the most important front-end languages.
We’re experts at training our students to become competent software engineers, no matter how much experience they had before enrolling at App Academy. Here’s what you can look forward to.
Through one of our online immersive programs, you’ll learn today’s top coding languages and in-demand programming skills, all from the comfort of your own home.
• Programming Fundamentals
• Computer Science
• Web Development Fundamentals
• Back-End Engineering
• Front-End Engineering
• Career Quest
With this program option, you’ll be dedicating 24 weeks to the bootcamp. The schedule runs Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm PST. A typical day might look like this:
• 8 am: Lecture
• 11 am: Lunch
• 12 pm: Projects & Pair Programming
• 4 pm: Group Review
• 5 pm: Homework
As a part-time student, you can expect to spend about 27.5 hours per week on the course. Classes will be in the evenings and on Saturdays. Your typical week might look like this:
• Monday-Thursday: Homework (1 hour), lecture (1 hour), paired programming (2 hours)
• Friday: Homework (3 hours)
• Saturday: Homework (2 hour), lecture (1 hour), paired programming (4 hours), practice assessment (1 hour)
• Sunday: Homework (3 hours)
We offer this full-time, in-person course at two campuses: one in New York City, and one in San Francisco. You’ll have access to all the resources and support you need to succeed.
Here are some of the modules we cover:
• Solve Algorithms Using Fundamental Ruby Methods
• Create & Query Databases Using SQL & ActiveRecord
• Build Full-Stack Apps with Rails
• Manage Front-End Applications using React & Redux
You can expect to spend 40 hours a week for 16 weeks on this course. Your typical day might look like this:
• 9 am: Lecture
• 12:20 pm: Lunch
• 1:30 pm: Projects & Pair Programming
• 5:30 pm: Group Review
For our San Francisco Full-Time Software Engineering Program, students attend class 5 days a week (Mon-Fri), following a hybrid schedule. This means class will take place online, except for the following in-person days:
• Weeks 1-2: No in-person days
• Week 3: Tues and Wed
• Weeks 4-9: Mon and Tues
• Weeks 10-16: Thurs and Fri
For our New York City Full-Time Software Engineering Track, students attend class 5 days a week (Mon-Fri), following an in-person schedule. This means all classes will take place in-person, after the first two weeks, during which class will be held online.
• Weeks 1-2: No in-person days
• Week 3-16: All in-person days
Submit an application for one of our programs today.
The App Academy coding bootcamp curriculum is founded on a mastery-based learning system. We do this to ensure that all students have absorbed the key concepts from the beginning. The material builds on itself, so not understanding a concept can make it difficult to grasp future concepts. The mastery-based learning model ensures every student graduates with a strong depth of knowledge and skills.
Students are tested at regular intervals to gauge their understanding of concepts to date. If necessary, a student can retake a module to ensure they understand the material. This allows students to solidify their mastery of the curriculum without falling behind.
App Academy has the resources and the coding curriculum you need to build your coding career from the ground up.