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1 Campus

Honolulu

5 Courses
2800 Woodlawn Dr Suite 138, Honolulu, HI 96822

DevLeague Prep is a 4-week deep dive course designed to give beginners with no programming experience an opportunity to learn the basics of coding through an introduction to front-end web development. The coverage of the course includes a hands on and thorough approach to HTML, CSS and JavaScript. All of which are skills necessary as first steps for a career start as a software developer, an industry that is high growth, high-salary and in-demand.

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Tuition is $735

Full-Time 16 week course Start: Dec. 9, 2017 End: Mar. 24, 2018 This 16 week accelerated program is designed for students that want to fast track their career start in software development. Students will: 1) Learn a thorough understanding of the various components, protocols, tools and technologies that make up the current web application landscape. 2) Build extensive experience in front-end development including multiple JavaScript frameworks, as well as a thorough understanding of HTML5/CSS3 capabilities. 3) Have a personal GitHub portfolio of functional working applications to showcase their work and acquired skills and progression over the duration of the course. 4) Be prepared for topics and methods utilized in industry tech interview standard processes. 5) Learn to be comfortable working in a team collaboration environment for both effectively communicating ideas and working with group members towards defined goals using industry practices, procedures and tools. 6) Be well versed in best practices and procedures for writing quality web application software in a number of environments and languages common in current web development environments.

Course Details

Deposit
$1,250
Financing
Financing through Skills Fund, Climb and Oahu WorkLinks
Payment Plan
Payment Plans Available
Scholarship
Low Income Assistance Scholarship & Female Hacker Scholarship
Interview
Yes
Minimum Skill Level
Understanding of technology
Placement Test
Yes
Prep Work
Yes

Part-time 34 Week course Start: Nov 13, 2017 End: July 14, 2018 The Cyber Security Professional course is an immersive and accelerated training program with a focus on creating the next generation of cyber security professionals with core competencies in the following areas: 1) Critical Thinking and Application in the realm of cybersecurity 2) Structured Analytical Techniques in the realm of cybersecurity 3) Network, Operating System, and Application attack vectors and countermeasures Our curriculum has been designed and vetted from professional experience across the highest levels of national security organizations and is compliant with the NICE.

Course Details

Deposit
$1,450
Financing
Financing through Skills Fund and Climb
Payment Plan
Payment Plans Available
Scholarship
Low Income Assistance Scholarship & Female Hacker Scholarship
Interview
Yes
Minimum Skill Level
Understanding of technology
Placement Test
Yes

Part-Time 30 week course Start: Dec. 9, 2017 End: Jun. 23, 2018 This 30 week program is designed for individuals that are looking to make a career switch into software engineering but can't quit their day jobs just yet. Students will: 1) Learn a thorough understanding of the various components, protocols, tools and technologies that make up the current web application landscape. 2) Build extensive experience in front-end development including multiple JavaScript frameworks, as well as a thorough understanding of HTML5/CSS3 capabilities. 3) Have a personal GitHub portfolio of functional working applications to showcase their work and acquired skills and progression over the duration of the course. 4) Be prepared for topics and methods utilized in industry tech interview standard processes. 5) Learn to be comfortable working in a team collaboration environment for both effectively communicating ideas and working with group members towards defined goals using industry practices, procedures and tools. 6) Be well versed in best practices and procedures for writing quality web application software in a number of environments and languages common in current web development environments.

Course Details

Deposit
$1250
Financing
Financing through Skills Fund, Climb and Oahu WorkLinks
Payment Plan
Payment Plans Available
Scholarship
Low Income Assistance Scholarship & Female Hacker Scholarship
Interview
Yes
Minimum Skill Level
Understanding of technology
Placement Test
Yes
Prep Work
Yes

Part-time 40 week course Start: Nov. 7, 2017 End: Aug. 9, 2018 High-performance data analysis requires applying a variety of tools (spreadsheets, programming languages, web technologies, business intelligence tools, databases, research methods) to three key processes: Formulating good QUESTIONS, performing ANALYSIS, and delivering data PRODUCTS. From that functional core – turning raw data into value-creating products – you have everything you need to begin developing advanced proficiencies like interactive data visualization, AI and deep learning, business industry specialization, and high-performance data systems. When you have developed some experience in all of those proficiencies and a deep expertise in one, you can create compound value as that highly sought-after unicorn – the data scientist.

Course Details

Deposit
$1,150
Financing
Financing through Skills Fund and Climb 
Payment Plan
Payment Plans Available
Scholarship
Low Income Assistance Scholarship & Female Hacker Scholarship
Interview
Yes
Minimum Skill Level
Understanding of technology
Placement Test
Yes

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    Which instructors/mentors were especially helpful to you?

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