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Portland, Seattle

Epicodus

Avg Rating:4.8 ( 96 reviews )

Student Outcomes


81%
On-Time Graduation Rate
56%
In-Field Employed
$47,240
Median Salary

180 Day Employment Breakdown:

Full-Time Employee
39%
Full-Time Apprenticeship, internship or Contract Position
17%
Hired by school in-field
0%

Started a new company or venture after graduation
0%
Short-term contract or part-time position
18%
Hired by school out of field
0%
Out of field
4%

Unemployed and still seeking a job
14%
Unemployed and not still seeking a job
7%

Non Reporting
1%

Salary Breakdown:

97% of job obtainers reported salaries.

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  • 76 enrolled students are covered in this report.
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2 Campuses

Portland

6 Courses
400 SW 6th Ave #800, Portland, OR 97204
JavaScript, HTML, Rails, SQL, jQuery, Ruby, CSSIn PersonFull Time

Course Details

Deposit
$100
Financing
Yes, available through Climb Credit and Skills Fund. 

Interview
Yes
Minimum Skill Level
Introduction to Programming (or code sample that demonstrates proficiency)

This course introduces students to the principles and tools of designing good-looking, easy-to-use web sites and apps.

Course Details

Deposit
$100
Financing
Yes, available through Climb Credit and Skills Fund. 
Interview
Yes

This course is for absolute beginners to learn the fundamentals of programming. After completing this course, you'll be able to build basic webpages and understand programming fundamentals. No coding experience is required, but computer proficiency is necessary. Here's some of what we'll cover: HTML and CSS: the presentation and styling languages of the web Git: the tool programmers use to track their code Command line: the tool programmers use to interact with their computers Markdown: a simple language for documents JavaScript: the programming language of the web jQuery: a JavaScript library for making interactive web pages Bootstrap: a framework for easily creating good-looking websites

Course Details

Deposit
$100
Financing
Yes, available through Climb Credit and Skills Fund. 

Scholarship
A large number of spots for the evening intro course will be available for reduced tuition for people making under 150% of the federal poverty line.
Interview
Yes
Minimum Skill Level
Computer Proficiency
Jul 31, '17 -Nov 8, '17
600

In PersonFull Time6Hours/week

Nov 13, '17 -Mar 7, '18
600

In PersonFull Time

Course Details

Deposit
$100
Financing
Yes, available through Climb Credit and Skills Fund. 

Interview
Yes

Course Details

Deposit
$100
Financing
Yes, available through Climb Credit and Skills Fund. 
Interview
Yes
AngularJS, JavaScript, HTML, Git, PHP, SQL, CSS, React.jsIn PersonFull Time40 Hours/week30 Seats

This program contains four five-week courses: Intro to Programming, PHP, JavaScript, and Intermediate JavaScript with React. The first course in the series, Intro to Programming, is for beginners to learn the fundamentals of programming. After completing this course, you'll be able to build basic web pages and understand programming fundamentals. No coding experience is required, but computer proficiency is necessary. Here's some of what we'll cover: HTML and CSS: The presentation and styling languages of the web Git: The tool programmers use to track their code Command line: The tool programmers use to interact with their computers Markdown: A simple language for documents JavaScript: The programming language of the web jQuery: A JavaScript library for making interactive web pages Bootstrap: A framework for easily creating good-looking websites The PHP course builds on the programming fundamentals from our Introduction to Programming course and gives students more difficult problems to solve, a more advanced set of tools to solve them with, and establishes the foundations for learning the real-world technologies used by programmers on the job. Students will have the opportunity to learn PHP programming and build content-focused websites as well as get acquainted with database systems through SQL programming. The outline of topics for this course is as follows: Week 1: Object-Oriented Design Basics Week 2: Test-Driven Development with PHPUnit Week 3: Database Basics with SQL Week 4: Databases Continued Week 5: Group Projects JavaScript then introduces students to the front-end MVC paradigm that powers many real-world web applications. Week 1: Modern JavaScript applications Week 2: Ember JS Week 3: Angular JS Week 4: Angular Extended Week 5: Group projects The Intermediate JavaScript and React course builds upon the JavaScript course by jumping into more complex Angular concepts, and training students in React, and industry-leading technology sites like Facebook and Airbnb are created with Week 1: Advanced Angular Week 2: React Basics Week 3: React Extended Week 4: Advanced JS Concepts Week 5: Group Project

Course Details

Deposit
$100
Financing
Yes, available through Climb Credit and Skills Fund. 

Interview
Yes

Seattle

5 Courses
1201 3rd Ave #1600, Seattle, WA 98101

Course Details

Deposit
$100
Financing
Financing is available through Climb Credit and SkillsFund.
Interview
Yes
AngularJS, JavaScript, HTML, Git, Rails, SQL, Sinatra, jQuery, Ruby, CSSIn PersonFull Time

This course builds on the programming fundamentals from Introduction to Programming and gives students more difficult problems to solve, a more advanced set of tools to solve them with, and establishes the foundations for learning the real-world technologies used by programmers on the job. Week 1: Behavior-driven development with RSpec Week 2: Object-oriented design basics Week 3: Database basics with SQL Week 4: Databases with Active Record Week 5: Group projects Ruby and Rails are typically used by younger companies and startups, especially for building interactive web applications. Portland companies using Ruby and Rails who have hired Epicodus graduates include New Relic, LivingSocial, and SpendWell.

Course Details

Deposit
$100
Financing
Yes, available through Climb Credit and Skills Fund. 

Interview
Yes

This course is for absolute beginners to learn the fundamentals of programming. After completing this course, you'll be able to build basic webpages and understand programming fundamentals. No coding experience is required, but computer proficiency is necessary. Here's some of what we'll cover: HTML and CSS: the presentation and styling languages of the web Git: the tool programmers use to track their code Command line: the tool programmers use to interact with their computers Markdown: a simple language for documents JavaScript: the programming language of the web jQuery: a JavaScript library for making interactive web pages Bootstrap: a framework for easily creating good-looking websites

Course Details

Deposit
$400
Financing
Yes, available through Climb Credit and Skills Fund. 

Minimum Skill Level
None
Jul 31, '17 -Nov 8, '17
600

In PersonFull Time

Nov 13, '17 -Mar 7, '18
600

In PersonFull Time

This course introduces students to the principles and tools of designing good-looking, easy-to-use web sites and apps.

Course Details

Deposit
$100
Financing
Yes, available through Climb Credit and Skills Fund. 
Interview
Yes
JavaScript, .NET, HTML, C#, ASP.NET, jQuery, CSSIn PersonFull Time40 Hours/week

Course Details

Deposit
$100
Financing
Yes, available through Climb Credit and Skills Fund.
Interview
Yes
Minimum Skill Level
C# and JavaScript

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Response From: Michael Kaiser-Nyman of Epicodus
Title: President
Thursday, Jul 21 2016

Thanks for the review! We've made some big improvements to the Ember.js curriculum in 2016 :)

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