Virtual Classroom Experience

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What’s it like inside the classrooms of The Coding Boot Camp, The Data Analytics Boot Camp, and The Cybersecurity Boot Camp? Our programs are intensive and immersive—combining compelling lectures with solo and collaborative team exercises. Students get the chance to work alone outside of class and work in groups in the classroom.

Strategic homework assignments give students hands-on practice on the lessons learned in class, allowing them to fine-tune their skills. We believe that applying your skills on projects is pivotal to mastering new material. In class, students not only receive a dynamic learning experience, but they also gain insight into a “day in the life” of a full stack developer, data analyst, or cybersecurity professional.

To provide extensive support, classes are held in an intimate setting with a low instructor to student ratio and dedicated TAs.

Class sessions will all be audio- and/or video-recorded for the purposes of student-participant reference and access by other students enrolled in the same course (including students enrolled in different class sections or break-out groups). Student consent to being recorded during class is a condition of class participation. If you do not consent to being recorded during class, you will need to deactivate your video camera, keep your mute button activated, and participate only via the chat feature, but please note that such actions may have a negative impact on any portion of your grade that is based on class participation.

Students are not permitted to make their own recordings of class sessions or to share or distribute University recordings of class sessions. NOTE: Students with specific electronic recording accommodations authorized by the Office of Disability Services may record classes; however, the instructor must be notified of any such accommodation prior to recording. Any distribution of such recordings is prohibited. If you have additional information please refer to the UNC Charlotte Office of Legal Affairs’ Classroom Recordings & FERPA: FAQS

Depending on your background, this may be one of the harder educational ventures in your life. However, in my opinion, it is absolutely worth it. If you put in the time and effort, you will definitely come out of this program with the skills necessary to succeed in the marketplace.

Matt, 2017 Grad

It’s the digital age—so everything you need for our programs can be done via laptop. This eliminates the need for extra expenses on books, and you’ll know that you are gaining applied knowledge by working directly in the systems you are learning. You’ll also simulate a professional work environment by solving real-world problems with your peers. Our programs are structured into three main groups:

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Instructors lead class discussions and cover the history, background, and use of a new concept or technology.

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Lab Work

You’ll put the curriculum into action, working individually and in teams to complete timed, in-class exercises and projects.

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Hands-On Projects

Class assignments focus on projects and applications that showcase your abilities across a wide range of technologies.

Learn more about UNC Charlotte Boot Camps by filling out the form below.

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