Case Western Coding Bootcamp Review
All of CWRU’s bootcamp classes used to be held on campus in Cleveland, but due to the pandemic, all classes were moved online to a virtual classroom. And while CWRU is a University, you don’t need to be a CWRU student to apply.
CWRU coding bootcamp price
The tuition cost of all three programs is $11,495. The courses are 24 weeks long (6 months), and classes take place three times a week. There are two different class schedules you can choose from:
Option A which takes place Mondays and Wednesdays, 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM, and Saturdays from 10 AM to 2 PM
Option B which takes place Tuesday and Thursdays 6:30 – 9:30 PM, and Saturdays from 10 AM to 2 PM
G.I. Bill – If you’re a veteran, you can pay for the bootcamp classes with your G.I. Bill benefits
Scholarships – There’s a $500 scholarship available to help with expenses. The scholarship is also available to CWRU student alumni
EQUIP – This federal program is open to low-income students to help pay tuition
Personal loan – You can take a personal loan to finance your tuition
There’s no income share agreement of any kind at CWRU.
For each of the three courses, you’ll need a laptop or computer, with no need for books or offline class materials. Each curriculum can be broken down into three main groups.
- Discussions led by the instructor
- Lab work where you’ll complete online exercises and projects
- Projects where you’ll get your hands dirty with assignments which focus on applications you can use in your portfolio as well
Full-stack web development
Completing this challenging curriculum will grant you the skills needed to work with and analyze big data to turn it into clear, actionable insights. The course is centered around hands-on learning, and you’ll collaborate with your cohort and work individually on comprehensive projects to showcase your skills.
Help companies secure their data and online assets by learning how to attack and defend network systems, databases, conduct vulnerability assessments, and identify suspicious behavior while using Bash scripts to automate your tasks.
CWRU has a career services team who will assist you in your job search after completing the course. You’ll receive profile coaching and a career director to help you find your next job.
The application process requires you to fill out a form and complete a phone interview to check that you’re dedicated enough to complete the program. There’s no entry test to complete, but each track has its own set of preparation work.