Web developers are in high demand. And the market is growing every year. So, if you're the type of person who wants to hit the ground running and start your career as quickly as possible, this is the program for you.
This program is a great way to:
Build scaled-down versions of big-name web apps like AirBnB and eBay;
Learn how to debug and test web applications;
Acquire the tools and techniques to be an effective part of a web development team;
Improve your ability to learn new tools, languages and development frameworks;
Launch your career in web development.
The best way to learn how to code is to write code. A lot of it. So this program takes a hands-on, project-based approach to learning. Our seasoned industry pros will give you a healthy mix of lectures, practical exercises and pair-programming, using an extreme apprenticeship method that will get you ready for the real world.
Spring - Summer 2019
Tuesdays and Thursdays,
6 to 9:30 p.m.
& Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
March 19 to August 15, 2019
Anyone who wants to start a career as a web developer.
Anyone who wants to upgrade their current skill-set and employability, specifically those working in tech (marketers, designers, project managers, etc.).
Freelancers or anyone who wants to start a freelance career.
Entrepreneurs who want to build a minimal viable product of an application idea.
Business owners who want to make better use of technology (websites & applications) to improve their business operations.
Students who want to improve their skill set by learning web development.
Enrolment is limited
Students can expect to spend 10-20 hours outside of class to practice their coding skills and work on super-awesome projects.
Launching your career
Following completion of the program, you'll meet with our Career Advisors to work on your soft skills, your marketability (résumé, LinkedIn, GitHub, cover letter) and interview preparation. We've helped hundreds of other people like you land jobs in tech and we can help you!
1) The first step is to apply online. The more details you provide us, the better. An incomplete or half attempted application may be rejected.
2) Next, you will receive an email from our admissions team to schedule a video call. No need to prep for this. We just want to learn a bit more about you, and your goals, and ensure that this program is a good fit for you.
If you are accepted to the program, you will receive a Letter of Acceptance and will be required to pay a non-refundable deposit of 20% ($2,199) of the program fees due at the time of registration in order to hold a place in the program.
Two weeks prior to the beginning of the program, 40% ($4,398) of the program fees are due.
A third and final payment of 40% ($4,398) of the program fees is due no later than 90 days into the program.
Note: Tuition Tax receipts (T2202A/Releve 8) will be issued for the program fees paid.
In the event that you have to cancel your attendance in the program, the following cancellation policy applies:
Notice (in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org) received three weeks or more prior to the start of the Program will result in the participant receiving a full refund, less the non-refundable tuition deposit of $2,199.
Notice (in writing to email@example.com) received less than 30 days after the start of the program will result in the participant being penalized 60% of the Program fee.
Students Notice (in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org) received after the first 30 days program has commenced will result in the participant being penalized all program payments due to the University as of the date of cancellation.
In the event that you cannot attend the program but would like to defer attendance to the next term:
Request for a deferral (in writing to email@example.com) must be received at least three weeks prior to the start of classes. This will lead to a one-time deferral only, and all program fees paid will be transferred to the next term.
There can be no deferrals requested after the above mentioned period. Withdrawal from the program will be subject to our cancellation policy.
The Decode team
Jacques Le Normand
Jacques holds a Master’s in Computer Science from McGill University. Since 2010, he has worked as a Software Developer for companies like JaneStreet, Lexifi, and Google. He is extremely passionate about sharing his love for programming and computer science with others.
Jordan holds a Bachelor’s in Computer Science from Concordia and graduated with distinction. He has worked as a Software Developer for various Tech companies, most recently in a high-growth startup called Covera. He also serves as a Lead Instructor for our program.
Natasha is an expert in Human Resources and Marketing, specifically as it related to technology companies and startups. She has worked for GSoft, Breather, DistrictM, and Adviso, and most recently she manages our Career Services in order to help our graduates find careers they love!
Kevin is the CEO of Decode, and ensures his company follows their vision of taking a human-centered approach to education. Ensuring all students have a 5 star experience and reach their goals remains his top priority.