This ain’t your momma’s online college course. We focus on your personal results and success instead of catering to cohorts.
Full-time. Part-time. Somewhere in between? You choose. We’ll be here for you, because what works for one doesn’t work for everyone.
You’ll learn the same tools and techniques that are used in software jobs today. Not used-to-use tech from 20 years ago.
From lab reviews to 1:1 sessions, our Catalyst student-to-instructor relationship is unmatched. Enroll in a course, find a lifelong coach.
This is exactly what you’ll learn in this course. Expand these details to see a breakdown of the curriculum and what you'll build in each module.
You’ll have several activities and labs to complete in order to prove your mastery of this material. It’s challenging but fun – get ready to work!
Modern web development changes daily. No one can keep up with everything, but we can build up your foundational knowledge base so you’re prepared for anything.
We curate our curriculum with beginners in mind. Everything builds on top of previous topics, so you can go from module one to done.
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Yes, after successfully passing your final assessment, we issue your “Antidegree" Certificate of Completion. It means basically nothing, like most degrees, but we issue it anyway because recruiters, employers, institutions, and governing bodies often require it so that they can verify you actually completed our program. Your skills post-graduation are far more important than this certificate.
Hell no, and this is why – and why you should be wary of any guarantee. You’re the only one that can “guarantee” your success. We can help prepare you to the best of our ability – and we have a great track record at doing that – but we can’t guarantee it, nor will we ever try to sell you that smokescreen.
If you ask, we'll probably tell you if we know it. However, most people only care about time-to-job and starting pay. Since 2015, our alumni start earning around $60k/year after graduation, and it takes most of them around 3 to 4 months to land their first job after graduation (and that’s predominantly in the southeast United States). Obviously, each student has a unique experience; your mileage may vary, but we'll do our best to well-equip you for that journey.
It’s up to you – it’s the same curriculum, service, payment options, and certificate. The only real difference is how much time you’re willing to commit to your education. For full-timers, we expect 40 hours/week at a minimum. That puts you on pace to finish within 3 or 4 months. If you work at half that pace, it should take you twice as long, so if you have other stuff going on (job, family, etc.), part-time may be a better choice.
A stable internet connection, a decent computer, a great attitude, a sunny disposition, and an unwavering work ethic.