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WP Code Camp

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WP Code Camp

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WP Code Camp is a 24-week, full stack WordPress-based coding bootcamp offered through remote learning or in-person at California State University’s Fullerton campus. In-person learning is intended to fit around work or school obligations with two evening classes per week and one full day of class on weekends. WP Code Camp blends instructor-led discussions with lab work and real-world portfolio projects. WP Code Camp curriculum incorporates elements of Computer Science, Digital Arts, Marketing/Communications, and Cyber Security. This curriculum is designed to equip students to build, maintain, and customize WordPress web products. 

Bootcamp students will learn programming languages, such as HTML, CSS, Javascript/jQuery, Firebase, Git, PHP, and MySQL. WP Code Camp students will also learn UX/UI and responsive web design as well as SEO and e-commerce. Finally, bootcamp students will learn user authentication and hacking methods. Bootcamp students will work as a group to design, plan, and build a custom WordPress theme and custom plug-ins. Students learn to apply “social coding” accepted and best practices. 

WP Code Camp’s admission process is independent of California State University. Applicants are not required to be CSFU students. Anyone is welcome to apply. Bootcamp students receive Career Services support, including career coaching, tech interview training, private company tours, and job placement. Students also have access to potential internships and may collaborate with local employers on real-world projects. Upon completion of the program, WP Code Camp students will receive a certificate of completion. The bootcamp is pass/fail and there is no final letter grade awarded. Students may not earn units or credits to apply towards a degree.

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      This is a 24-week, full stack WordPress-based coding bootcamp offered in-person at California State University’s Fullerton campus. Applicants are not required to be CSFU students. In-person learning is intended to fit around work or school obligations with two evening classes per week and one full day of class on weekends. WP Code Camp blends instructor-led discussions with lab work and real-world portfolio projects. WP Code Camp curriculum incorporates elements of Computer Science, Digital Arts, Marketing/Communications, and Cyber Security. This curriculum is designed to equip students to build, maintain, and customize WordPress web products. Bootcamp students will learn programming languages, such as HTML, CSS, Javascript/jQuery, Firebase, Git, PHP, and MySQL. WP Code Camp students will also learn UX/UI and responsive web design as well as SEO and e-commerce. Finally, bootcamp students will learn user authentication and hacking methods. Bootcamp students will work as a group to design, plan, and build a custom WordPress theme and custom plug-ins. Students learn to apply “social coding” accepted and best practices.
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      Minimum Skill LevelAnyone is welcome to apply. Applicants are not required to be CSFU students.
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    • WordPress Full Stack Web Development Bootcamp (Remote)

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      Start Date None scheduled
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      This is a 24-week, full stack WordPress-based coding bootcamp offered online. Applicants are not required to be CSFU students. WP Code Camp blends instructor-led discussions with lab work and real-world portfolio projects. WP Code Camp curriculum incorporates elements of Computer Science, Digital Arts, Marketing/Communications, and Cyber Security. This curriculum is designed to equip students to build, maintain, and customize WordPress web products. Bootcamp students will learn programming languages, such as HTML, CSS, Javascript/jQuery, Firebase, Git, PHP, and MySQL. WP Code Camp students will also learn UX/UI and responsive web design as well as SEO and e-commerce. Finally, bootcamp students will learn user authentication and hacking methods. Bootcamp students will work as a group to design, plan, and build a custom WordPress theme and custom plug-ins. Students learn to apply “social coding” accepted and best practices.
      Financing
      DepositN/A
      Getting in
      Minimum Skill LevelAnyone is welcome to apply. Applicants are not required to be CSFU students.
      Placement TestNo
      InterviewNo
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