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What is UCI x Flatiron School Web Development Online Certificate Program?

Flatiron School

The UCI Division of Continuing Education is partnering with the Flatiron School to offer a web development online certificate program – a life-changing program or series of courses that teach the most relevant coding skills in today's market. Flatiron School created one of the first software engineering bootcamps and continues to evolve as part of the WeWork family training students with in-demand tech skills and helping them find jobs.

For the first time ever, you can experience Flatiron School's Web Development online curriculum in individual classes while earning academic credit. Learn a variety of programming languages in individual 10-week courses, or dive into our 10-month accelerated program. Flatiron School is part of the WeWork family and by enrolling, you'll join a dynamic, global community of startups, entrepreneurs, students, and professionals. Students in our Accelerated Program will have access to Flatiron School's dedicated career coaches, plus a free 10-month WeWork Hot Desk membership.

Career Insight

Occupational summary for software developers, applications.

881,231
Jobs
(2018)
28.3%
Projected Growth
(2018-2028)
$78k-$129k
Annual Salary
(25th-75th Percentile)

Program Benefits

  • Learn in-demand tech skills, the ones employers are hiring for. Learn introductory software engineering in as little as 10 weeks, or become a full-stack web developer in 10 months.
  • Take classes on your schedule. Individual courses have open enrollment and do not require formal admission. Since the material is offered entirely online, you can complete lessons anywhere, anytime. Whether you're a working professional or a business student, our courses can fit into your schedule.
  • Land a job you love. Our dedicated career coaches are committed to helping your find a job. Once you've completed the program, you'll have the skills and support to make big career moves.

Accelerated Program

Want to become a full-stack web developer and launch a career in tech? This format is for you. Experience our 10-month coding course and learn the most popular programming languages utilized by leading technology companies around the world. This accelerated program includes coding languages such as: HTML, CSS, HTML5, CSS3, Ruby, SQL, ORM, Sinatra, Rack, Rail, Javascript, React, Redux, Ajax, API, and JSON. You'll also have access to Flatiron School's dedicated career coaches, who are committed to helping you find a job, plus a 10-month WeWork Hot Desk membership.

Application Procedure for Accelerated Program

This format of the UCI x Flatiron School program requires students to apply for admission through Flatiron School. Students interested in the accelerated format of the Web Development certificate program must apply via the link below. If you want to learn more, call (646) 693-0569 to speak with a Flatiron School admissions representative, who can give you more detailed information.

2019 & 2020 Course Schedule

  • Fall Quarter 2019: October 10 – August 20
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Course Schedule

Prerequisite Courses

TitleWinterSpringSummerFall
I&C SCI X400.2
Essentials Course #1: HTML + CSS Development (2.00 Units)
I&C SCI X400.2
to be scheduled to be scheduled to be scheduled Online
I&C SCI X400.21
Essentials Course #2: Procedural Programming in Ruby (2.00 Units)
I&C SCI X400.21
to be scheduled to be scheduled to be scheduled Online

Required Courses

TitleWinterSpringSummerFall
I&C SCI X400.22
Advanced Course #3: Object-Oriented Programming in Ruby (2.00 Units)
I&C SCI X400.22
to be scheduled to be scheduled to be scheduled Online
I&C SCI X400.23
Advanced Course #4: Web + Database Frameworks (2.00 Units)
I&C SCI X400.23
to be scheduled to be scheduled to be scheduled  
I&C SCI X400.24
Advanced Course #5: Web + Database Frameworks Part 2 with Rails (2.00 Units)
I&C SCI X400.24
to be scheduled to be scheduled to be scheduled  
I&C SCI X400.25
Advanced Course #6: Browser Programming with Javascript (2.00 Units)
I&C SCI X400.25
to be scheduled to be scheduled to be scheduled  
I&C SCI X400.26
Advanced Course #7: Front End Programming with JS & React (2.00 Units)
I&C SCI X400.26
to be scheduled to be scheduled to be scheduled  
I&C SCI X400.27
Advanced Course #8: Web Development Project (3.00 Units)
I&C SCI X400.27
to be scheduled to be scheduled to be scheduled  

Course schedules are subject to change. Individual courses may be taken without enrolling in the full certificate.

Receive Customized Training for your Employees

Courses in this program are offered as a partnership between UCI DCE and Flatiron School. By enrolling in these courses, students should be aware that information including name and email address will be shared between the institutions.

Learn How To Earn Your Certificate

Certificate Eligibility and Requirements

A certificate is awarded upon completion of combined 17 units of required courses totaling a minimum of 170 hours of instruction with a grade of “C” or higher in each course. To become an official candidate in the program, students pursuing the certificate must submit a Declaration of Candidacy with a non-refundable $125 application fee. Students are encouraged to declare candidacy as soon as possible, but no later than after the third course in the program. To receive the certificate after completing all program requirements, students must submit a. Request for Certificate. All requirements must be completed within five (5) years after the student enrolls in his/her first course. Students not pursuing a certificate are welcome to take as many individual courses as they wish.

On-site Training Available

Our Corporate Training specialists can deliver this program or customize one that fits your organization’s specific needs. Visit Corporate Training or call (949) 824-1847 for information.

English Proficiency Requirement
All certificate programs at UCI Division of Continuing Education (classroom and online formats) require professional-level English language proficiency in listening and note-taking, reading comprehension and vocabulary, written expression, and oral presentation.