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  • Cost
    $0-$1,620
  • Programs Pace
    Part-time
  • Payment Options
    Upfront, Financing
  • Programs Available
    Frontend, Full Stack, UX Design
Description

NuCamp offers underrepresented technical communities a chance to gain a quality education where other opportunities may not be available. NuCamp undersands the technical revolution that is currently taking place in the Detroit area, that’s why they are ready to help aspiring programmers change the industry one line of code at a time! NuCamp’s mission is to offer the lowest cost of education possible. If you’re living in the Detroit area, and looking for a bootcamp that won’t leave your pockets empty, NuCamp may be the best option for you!

Additional Info

There are three course options at NuCamp Detroit. The 4 week Intro to Web Development Course is perfect for coding newbies as there are no previous skills required. Over these 4 weeks students will learn coding basics including command line, JavaScript, and HTML/CSS. The 17 week Front End Web Development Course is a more advanced option and should only be taken by students with previous experience. This course include info on Web Development with Bootstrap, Web and Mobile Development with React, Visual Studio Code, Packaging and Compiling, and much more! The 22 week advanced course focuses on both front end and backend development to offer students a complete full stack learning experience. Throughout the course, students focus on a variety of front end ideas plus backend concepts, web architecture, dealing with databases, and much more.

As referenced before, bootcamps at NuCamp Detroit last for 4 weeks, 18 weeks, and 22 weeks, at a time. NuCamp has instilled a hybrid curriculum model. This means that students work 4 hours a day 5 days a week online. They then spend 4 hours on Saturdays at the in person learning center at NuCamp Detroit.

NuCamp does not believe in sharing job placement data. They choose not to do this as they feel time could better be spent working with students on an individual level. This way, students may feel less like “a number” and more like a motivated individual. Upon completion of the program, students are invited to join a 6 week job placement program with utilizes a variety of NuCamp resources to ensure students are career ready and in a position to succeed. 

Detroit NuCamp bootcamps pride themselves on offering affordable rates for all aspiring coders. A beginner 4 week class with NuCamp costs $320, an advanced 17 week coding bootcamp costs $1,260, and an advanced 22 week bootcamp costs $1,620. If students decide to sign up for a course at least 2 weeks before the deadline, they will receive a 15 percent tuition credit as an “Early Bird Special”. Monthly payment plans may also be available depending on your desired program.

Programs Pace

Part-time

Programs Available

Frontend, Full Stack, UX Design

Financing Options

Upfront, Financing

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  • Anonymous
    November 23, 2019 at 10:54 pm

    I chose Nucamp because firstly it was affordable and was a flexible option to do homework and assignments while I work full-time. I enjoyed the weekly workshops with my instructor. She was very knowledgeable and patient with each student. I encourage anyone who has been wanting to learn how to code to enroll in Nucamp because of the flexibility it offers.

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  • Anonymous
    November 26, 2019 at 10:54 pm

    I looked at various bootcamp options before giving Nucamp a shot. Most other offerings are far more expensive and are significant investments in time and money. I was pleased with the Nucamp Web Fundamentals course which lasted 4 weeks and will likely move forward with the Full Stack Developer course (22 week commitment) after this experience. The course is arranged so that you can work a regular 9-5 job, using off time to study/code to prepare for the Saturday 5 hour meet-up hosted by the instructor. The format worked well for me despite the distractions thrown at me by life. I enjoyed having a more structured approach to the material than I would have had access to if I had chosen to “go it alone, teach myself” by buying a book or just googling it. Having the instructor and classmates to bounce questions off of resolved issues and expanded knowledge faster than the singular approach.

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  • Anonymous
    November 28, 2019 at 10:55 pm

    Nucamp’s pace of learning had the mix of online and in person training and accountability that best fit my situation. I would highly recommend Nucamp for any person wanting to explore a web development career.

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  • Anonymous
    December 15, 2019 at 10:31 pm

    I chose Nucamp coding bootcamp because I wanted to see if coding is something I could enjoy. I work full time and overtime, so other schooling is not right for me; 2-3 hours online during the week and one weekend day in person is workable. The price is well worth the experiment. In my case, I enjoyed the beginner bootcamp so much that I’ve signed up for the more extensive bootcamp. A few people quit halfway through. I can’t help but think they found it worthwhile, though; I would have, even if it wasn’t for me. Knowing is better than the opposite.

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  • Anonymous
    December 16, 2019 at 10:31 pm

    I chose NuCamp because it was inexpensive, and it seemed like a great jumping off point. I couldn’t be more pleased with the results. The program guided me towards learning the essentials, and the instructor was always helpful, whether online or in-person. I just finished the Web Development Course, and I’m already signed up for the Full Stack Course in October.

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  • Anonymous
    December 20, 2019 at 10:53 pm

    In an effort to teach myself to code, I tried few online courses on udemy (for the past 3 months). Though I had a decent start in each of them, I often found myself stuck and needed guidance. I knew a part-time bootcamp would bridge the gap. Being a beginner, I started with Web Fundamentals – our instructor was very knowledgeable. The in-person workshops kept me accountable and motivated me to keep moving forward. I am looking forward to joining the Front End course offered by Nucamp. I would have liked the Web Fundamentals course to be perhaps a week or 2 longer and focus on 1 or 2 more projects which would help further reinforce the concepts learned.

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