Loyola Seeks Software Developers for 10-Week Bootcamp

The Center for Entrepreneurship and Community Development at Loyola University has opened applications for the Loyola Certificate in Software Development and Coding.

“Coding isn’t just for computer science majors, programmers, or people who want to work for an IT company–we’ve had students who majored in creative writing, music, economics, film, psychology, and more,” shared Loyola. “Instead, coding is a creative skill that many companies need for their client teams, product management, marketing, and more.”

The program will feature in-person instruction, run for 10-weeks, and teach participants how to build websites and web-based applications. The first five students to submit a deposit on the program by the priority deadline will receive a $500 discount on the full tuition. The priority deadline is December 22 and the regular deadline is February 9, 2018, and students from all local universities are encouraged to apply.