Learn the skills to change your career.

Online Courses in Coding & UX Design.

Outcomes-Focused Coding & UX Bootcamps

93%

Employment Rate

Among job-seeking Software Development Bootcamp students in the most recent 2018 Outcome Report*.

$78k

Starting Salary

For 69% of job-seeking Software Development Bootcamp students that landed full-time salaried positions according to the 2018 Outcome Report*.

30+

Hiring Partners

We partner with growing companies to help our graduates connect with employers that are interested in hiring our students.

What Our Students Say

COURSE REPORT

4.9/5

4.9 out of 5 stars

SWITCHUP

4.9/5

4.9 out of 5 stars

Online Courses in Coding & UX/UI Design

Software Development

We are committed to teaching students not only how to code, but how to think like a programmer, emphasizing the social aspects of coding and how to work on a team.

12 Weeks // Full-Time

Software Development Bootcamp

Monday - Friday, 9:00am - 5:00pm

10 Weeks // Part-Time

JavaScript After Hours

Twice Per Week, 6:00pm - 9:00pm

UX/UI Design

Bring your learning experience beyond the classroom and into the real world. Network with employers, work with real clients during your capstone projects, and meet experts in the field.

12 Weeks // Full-Time

UX Design Bootcamp

Monday - Friday, 9:00am - 5:00pm

10 Weeks // Part-Time

UX Design After Hours

Twice Per Week, 6:00pm - 9:00pm

Our Graduates Have Been Hired By

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The BCA Difference

When you step into the Burlington Code Academy classroom, you see what the future of education looks like: students working together to solve complex problems in an environment that mirrors the modern workplace.

The BCA Blog

Free UX Design Classes

Top 5 Free (And Best) UX Classes

Interested in UX design? Trust us, there’s a class for that.  As educators here at Burlington Code Academy, we’re all about championing your drive to learn something new. Learning doesn’t

Top 5 UX Trends for 2021

It can be hard to make predictions that are 100% accurate all of the time—no one could have predicted everything that happened in a year like 2020, that’s for sure.