Programming Classes in Seattle
Given its reputation as one of the tech and IT hubs of the nation, The Emerald City represents an ideal location for you to learn programming and pursue a career in the technology industry. Our coding classes will provide you with a comprehensive introduction to programming and provide a platform for you to learn more and become a successful programmer.
Epicodus is located on 1601 5th Avenue – right in the heart of downtown Seattle in Westlake Tower, which is conveniently attached to the city’s main portal of transportation. The popular Pike Place Market is among the local attractions that is a short walk away, and the Tower provides picturesque views of Elliot Bay, downtown Seattle, and the Cascade and Olympic mountain ranges.
Check out what a typical week is like for Epicodus students as they learn to code in Seattle!
What We Offer
Epicodus offers a part-time Introduction to Programming course in Seattle, which covers the fundamentals of web design and web development, allowing students to build webpages and master the basics of programming.
The part-time schedule is Monday and Wednesday 6-9pm for 15 weeks. Part-time Introduction to Programming courses start on the same dates as their full-time counterparts. After completing a part-time Introduction to Programming course, you can continue in our full-time program.
Full-Time Programming Courses
The full-time programming track will begin on January 2nd, 2017 and will last till April 12th, covering C# Programming, .NET Programming, and the Introduction to Programming course. In order to help students in their programming job and internship search, Epicodus also provides job and internship training as part of its full-time programming course.
We offer a monthly info session for prospective students to come by, meet with a member of the staff, see the facility, and ask questions. These Q&A sessions are held the first Tuesday of the month from 5:30pm to 6:30pm in our office at 1601 5th Ave, Suite 1100, Seattle, WA 98101.
What to Expect
Programming students at Epicodus take four five-week classroom courses, do two weeks of job and internship prep, and finish their studies with a five-week internship. In total, you'll complete 800 hours of classroom learning, 80 hours of job and internship preparation, and at least 150 hours of internship learning.
As a graduate, you'll be awarded a Certificate in Web and Mobile Development. Most of our graduates go on to work as junior-level web and mobile developers. Some also take on roles in quality assurance, testing, and project management.
Unfortunately, if you decide to pursue further education, most institutions will not accept Epicodus coursework as transfer credits.
2017 Holiday Schedule
Epicodus is closed for these holidays in 2017:
· Martin Luther King Jr Day (Monday, January 16)
· Memorial Day (Monday, May 29)
· Independence Day (Tuesday, July 4)
· Labor Day (Monday, September 4)
· Veterans Day (observed Friday, November 10)
· The entire week of Thanksgiving (Monday-Friday, November 20-24)
· The last week of the year (December 25-29).
January 2, 2017
The following full-time track begins on January 2, 2017. We also have a part-time Intro to Programming class from January 2 - April 12.