Study at the top ranked coding bootcamp in the U.S. Our students get hired by companies like: IBM, Boeing, Mastercard, WellsFargo, Fedex, Bayer
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Full Stack Java or C#/.NET Software Developer - Full Time
Have you ever wanted to build useful applications that people around the world use daily? Do you enjoy working with computers, but lack the industry experience necessary to get a job as a developer? Do you want to learn what it takes to be a programmer, but don't have the time or money to spend on a computer science degree?
"Without Claim Academy, I don't think I would have had the push I needed to jump into programming. It was an important experience for me, because it provided me with an environment where I had time to focus on learning these skills, and where I was being actively encouraged to learn."
Learn Useful Languages
Learn the programming languages that businesses need. We offer courses in Java and .NET.
Our classes take you from novice to entry-level professional in 12 weeks. Expect to spend 60 hours per week getting through our intense courses. We also have 9-week Accelerated Programs and will soon be offering Online Programs as well. It's not easy, but it IS effective.
Our classes focus on the kind of collaboration that you'll need to master in your future job as a developer. Learn to work as a part of a team led by our world-class instructors and mentors.
Learn More for Less
Computer Science degrees take up to 4 years and tens of thousands of dollars to complete. Even then, you lack the real-world experience as a programmer that companies are looking for. Claim Academy will teach you the skills you need to know in 12 weeks for $13,995/course.
"Claim is one of the most unique places, allowing one-on-one with instructors as well as collaboration with peers."