Udacity Connect
Udacity Connect

Become a Front-End Web Developer

In-person, part-time.

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Bootcamp-level intensity. Without quitting your day job.

In-person Collaboration
In-person Collaboration

Work on projects and discuss hard concepts with classmates.

Accountability
Accountability

Expert Session Leads keep you on track with help, goal-setting, and weekly check-ins.

Part-time
Part-time

Dedicate 3 hours in class each week, and online at your own pace.

New York City

Saturdays, 2pm — 5pm

  • Weekly in-person sessions with Session Lead

  • Access to Front-End Web Developer program

About Front-End Web Developer

Master the skills required to become a Front-End Web Developer, and start building beautiful, responsive websites optimized for mobile and desktop performance.

Learn the fundamentals of how the web works and gain a working knowledge of the three foundational languages that power each and every website: HTML, CSS and JavaScript.

Download the Program Syllabus to learn more!

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  • Timeline
    6 months
  • Skill Level intermediate: Entering students should know basic programming concepts (variables, conditions, loops), and be able to solve and describe programming problems.
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Session Lead & Online Instructors

Our expert Session Lead has completed the Front-End Web Developer program.

  • Michael Wales
    Michael Wales

    Program Manager

  • Cameron Pittman
    Cameron Pittman

    Senior Content Developer

Prerequisites and Requirements

  • High school degree or GED or equivalent certificate OR
  • Knowledge college-level mathematics courses demonstrated through course completion certificates in Algebra, Geometry, Stats, or Algebra 2 or 1 year of work experience in related field.
  • Beginner exposure to HTML, CSS and/or Javascript is highly recommended, but no programming experience is required to take this program

What do I get?

In-Person
  • Weekly in-person sessions
  • Expert Session Lead facilitated sessions
  • Check-ins and follow-up throughout the week
  • Peer collaboration and support on projects
  • In-person career workshops
  • Special guest speakers from industry
Online
  • Best in class courses taught by expert instructors
  • Job-ready project portfolio
  • Personalized feedback on projects
  • Verified certificate
  • “The fact that I had to report to my Session Lead each Saturday drove me to work faster on my program. The discipline and motivation pushed me to get my work done.”

    — Vivek, Udacity Connect Graduate
  • “I could interact with students who were far ahead of me and get past roadblocks which I could not have done on my own.”

    — Fernando, Udacity Connect Graduate

FAQ

  • When and where will the sessions be held?

    Weekly sessions meet every Saturday from 2 PM to 5 PM (except listed holidays) at 9E 53rd Street, 3rd floor, Room 1, New York, NY 10022.

    Outside of class, you are expected to learn online for 10 additional hours per week on your own schedule.

  • Can I receive a degree from Udacity upon completing the program the New York school?

    Udacity is not an accredited university and does not confer degrees. You will receive a certificate of completion for the applicable program. Udacity Nanodegree (TM) programs are not offered through the New York school.

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