• Cost
  • Programs Pace
    Full-time, Part-time
  • Payment Options
    Upfront, Financing, Scholarship
  • Programs Available
    Full Stack, Cybersecurity

The University of California Los Angeles Extension School offers a coding bootcamp through a partnership with Trilogy Education Services. This program is available in part- and full-time schedules and offers a variety of coding languages and computer skills. The programs offered through UCLA Extension include a full stack web development program and cybersecurity program. UCLA Extension is one of many Trilogy university coding bootcamp partnerships throughout the United States. Students enrolled in the program will graduate with a web development or cybersecurity certificate from the University of California Los Angeles, and the program offers career services and portfolio building opportunities. UCLA Extension is one of two Trilogy coding bootcamps located in Los Angeles. UCLA students and non-students can attend the bootcamps.

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The curriculum at the UCLA Extension bootcamp is designed to prepare students for a job in the tech industry. The full stack web development coding bootcamp covers a wide range of programming languages and tools. Students will learn HTML, JavaScript, computer science, front end development, back end development, CSS, jQuery, MySQL, MongoDB, Java, Heroku, Git, Node.js, Express, and more. Cybersecurity students will learn Linux, networking, systems, cybersecurity tools, ethical hacking, Python, Bash, and more. The cybersecurity program also overviews industry career paths. These programs offer students a chance to complete projects, practice coding, and build a portfolio.

Students at the UCLA Extension coding bootcamp have multiple schedule options. The flagship full stack web development course is available full-time or part-time. The full-time program runs for 12 weeks, and the part-time program runs for 24 weeks. UCLA holds full-time courses from Monday through Friday. Full-time students attend class on these days from 10:00 AM to 2:30 PM for 12 weeks. The part-time bootcamp runs on two weekdays 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM, and on Saturday from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM. Part-time students can attend class on Monday and Wednesday evenings or Tuesday and Thursday evenings. The part-time program is designed for students who need to continue working during the course, as the evening classes permit ample time to work or study in college courses. Remember, both UCLA students and non-students can attend this course, and no education prerequisites are required for admission.

At this time, Trilogy Education Services has decided not to publish comprehensive job placement and student outcome statistics. However, the program does offer career services to all students. Before graduation, students meet with career advisors and prepare their portfolios for the job search. Additionally, all graduates will receive a coding certificate from UCLA in their chosen field of study.

At this time, there are multiple ways to pay for the full stack web development and cybersecurity programs at UCLA Extension. Most Trilogy coding bootcamps offer some sort of payment plan, and UCLA is no exception. Students who qualify can pay tuition in monthly installments, and UCLA Extension offers scholarships for some students. Currently, the upfront tuition cost for this coding bootcamp varies. The part-time programs cost $10,995 upfront, and the full-time program costs $11,995 upfront. Students are required to furnish their own laptop computers. The basic computer requirements for Macs and PCs are 8 GB of RAM and a dual-core (64-bit) processor. Full specifications for computers are available on the UCLA Extension website.

Programs Pace

Full-time, Part-time

Programs Available

Full Stack, Cybersecurity

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Upfront, Financing, Scholarship

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  • Anonymous
    December 6, 2019 at 11:05 pm

    The pros of attending the Coding Bootcamp at UCLA Extension were that it was a good value for the price. Will I make that tuition back in income. Yes. It was a 6-month part-time program that worked along with my Full-time job. There is access to education from across the nation, from other faculty members and students attending bootcamps by Trilogy. The program allowed me time to do homework, build applications, and to solve problems. The teachers along with the career development personnel and the program managers were qualified. I also enjoy the alumni support and the community of graduates.

    The program was a Full Stack Developer program plus more. We learned Responsive Design and multiple databases. We learned Git, Node.js, MySQL, Firebase, MongoDB, HTML, CSS, Javascript, Express.js, React, and some Vue.js, plus more. We also learned how projects as a team on Github.

    I also have benefitted from the amount of materials that I still have to review such as videos, a slack forum full of links, powerpoint presentations, classroom lectures, and coding homework and exercises.

    I was able to finance the cost of my tuition through Sallie Mae and through UCLA Extension, which was something that I preferred to a private lender with higher interest rates.

    I don’t really have any cons. I think that any problems that I had getting hired were personal problems. All of the advice I received was great. They never overpromised anything. I thought they actually underpromised and over-delivered.

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  • Anonymous
    December 30, 2019 at 11:04 pm

    My bootcamp(located in Woodland Hills) just ended today with a big project that was seen by a DEV manager from a start-up company and also from a tech recruiter. All in all I’ve learned a lot in 3 months: front end and back end web development that allowed me to create web apps from scratch. Clark the instructor is very good at teaching: he will explain concepts clearly and gave us many exercises to practice what was being taught at the time. He kept the class moving at a very fast pace since we had a limited time to learn so much material in 3 months: we had three projects to do in the bootcamp, as well as two homework assignments due weekly. The pace was very intense; I would normally stay up nightly til 2am to get my assignments done. We also had two TAs in class, Paige and Josh, who helped us with any questions that we had.

    I am very glad that I took this bootcamp. Even though I felt overwhelmed at times, I also felt that I got a lot of help, support, and encouragement along the way. The post-career support is great too. They will give you feedback on your resume, LinkedIn profile, and Github profile, as well as coach you on in-person interviewing. One person from my class already had an in-person interview for a full stack developer position, and the next day he got offered the position.

    Skills that I learned in this class include: HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, JQuery, Bootstrap, Node.js, Express, Handlebars.js, React.js, MySQL, MongoDB, Github, Heroku, Responsive Design, User Authentication(Passport), RESTful APIs, Slack, Firebase, Local Storage

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