A first-of-its-kind partnership
As part of the EQUIP program, students of Marylhurst University can now launch their programming careers through a new partnership with Epicodus.
EQUIP - Educational Quality Through Innovative Partnerships - is an experimental program approved by the U.S. Department of Education that allows students to take Epicodus's courses through Marylhurst University and have access federal financial aid.
Students enrolled in the EQUIP program will receive 40 credit hours that is transferrable to Marylhurst for their successful completion of the Epicodus Certificate in Web and Mobile Development.
March 12, 2018
April 16, 2018
May 21, 2018
How it works
1. Choose your track and start date
2. Fill out an application via Marylhurst
3. Schedule and complete Epicodus admissions interview
4. Apply for Financial Aid
5. Receive acceptance letter
6. Attend classes for 27-weeks at Epicodus in Portland
7. Graduate with a Certificate in Web and Mobile Development and 40 hours of credit at the Marylhurst School of Business
Epicodus's mission is to help people learn the skills they need to get great jobs.
For us, “great jobs” means jobs in growing industries that pay well and provide rewarding work. Beyond the particular skills needed to get these jobs, we aim to help our students become confident self-teachers who can adapt to changing job markets, and great communicators who will work well in teams. We focus on serving people who, by birth or circumstance, don't have easy access to learning the skills they need to get these great jobs.
About Marylhurst University
Marylhurst University has a long legacy of inspiring change both locally and globally since 1930.
Our faculty and staff are committed to academic excellence rooted in the Catholic intellectual tradition, providing exceptional graduate programs and degree completion programs to men and women of all faiths and backgrounds. Our students are savvy and self-motivated; they have the courage to go back to school, the faith in themselves to succeed, and the vision to move their careers forward and inspire change in their communities and beyond.