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MCC Code School

Omaha

MCC Code School

Avg Rating:5.0 ( 1 reviews )

MCC Code School is a 9-month part-time coding bootcamp focusing Agile methodology at the Metropolitan Community College in Fort Omaha, Nebraska. The curriculum includes HTML, CSS, JavaScript, SQL, MVP, Angular, Java Spring, RESTful Web Services, and more. The curriculum at MCC Code School is based on topics identified by local employers. The program is divided into four “increments” which cover different topics. Students will learn how to work with a team, manage projects, and learn important career skills such as networking. The average class size is 16 students, which facilitates group work and professor interactions. The program is very hands on and prepares students to successfully become entry-level full-stack web application developers.

The code school is open to anyone aged 18 or older that has a foundation in programming. Some computer coding experience is needed but MCC Code School is willing to work with students of varying experience levels. The nine-month program costs $13,950. Since it is a non-credit program, students are not eligible for federal financial aid.  

MCC Code school works with many local employers to help place students in jobs upon program completion. MCC’S Workforce Innovation Division will work with students to help them find careers in coding.

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    • Code School

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      AngularJS, HTML, JavaScript, SQL, CSS, Agile
      In PersonPart Time40 Weeks
      Start Date
      January 23, 2020
      Cost
      $13,950
      Class size
      N/A
      Location
      Omaha
      The Code School is a nine-month part-time coding bootcamp focusing Agile methodology. The curriculum includes HTML, CSS, JavaScript, SQL, MVP, Angular, Java Spring, RESTful Web Services, and more. The curriculum at MCC Code School is based on topics identified by local employers. The program is divided into four “increments” which cover different topics. Students will learn how to work with a team, manage projects, and learn important career skills such as networking.
      Financing
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      Minimum Skill Level
      The code school is open to anyone aged 18 or older that has a foundation in programming. Some computer coding experience is needed but MCC Code School is willing to work with students of varying experience levels.
      Placement Test
      Yes
      Interview
      No
      More Start Dates
      January 23, 2020 - OmahaApply by December 18, 2019

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    • MCC Code School
      - 10/9/2019
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      MCC Code School is helping me get up-to-speed in my career as a developer. It is providing me with the full scope of a developer's tasks in the real world. It does not only teach me how to program, but also how to use repositories to share and publish code, and to develop some soft skills, making me a well-rounded full-stack developer. We pair-program, commit and merge the code so that the instructors can review it. In my experience, traditional programming classes only teach you how to develop files. However, the Code School teaches you how to develop projects using the front and back-end technologies that are used in the workplace. It is more representative of what is done in the developers' "real world". If you are struggling to apply your programming knowledge in the real world, or need a boost in programming, MCC Code School is the solution!!!

    Thanks!