Get the skills, career coaching and networking opportunities needed to make a career change into coding, in as little as three months.


The Software Engineering bootcamp is led by instructors who are expert practitioners in their field, supported by career coaches that work with you since day one and enhanced by a career services team that is constantly in talks with employers about their tech hiring needs.

What you'll accomplish

As a graduate, you’ll have a portfolio of projects that show your knowledge of fundamental programming concepts, as well as experience with languages, frameworks, and libraries that employers demand. Throughout this expert-designed program, you’ll:

  • Create a front-end web application with modern JavaScript frameworks such as Angular or React.
  • Develop and deploy full-stack applications with in-demand technologies such as Ruby on Rails, Python with Django, and Express with Node.js.
  • Build secure full-stack applications by leveraging common design and architectural patterns like model–view–controller (MVC) and Representational State Transfer (REST).
  • Practice version control and collaborative software development with Git and GitHub.
  • Safely model and store data in SQL and NoSQL databases.
  • Consume and integrate third-party application programming interfaces (APIs) in an application.

Who is this for?

This is a beginner-friendly program with no prerequisites. Students can talk to the General Assembly admissions team to explore your background and learning goals to advise if this data analytics bootcamp is a good fit for you.

Career Services

The General Assembly career coaches work with you to individualize your path to a new career by working on your: application quality, personal branding, portfolio presentation, time management, interview skills and networking strategy. Your career coach will be your accountability partner who will help you set goals, make a plan for success, and stay on track with your job search towards a career you love.

The Admissions process

  • A discovery call with a GA admissions specialist to explore the bootcamp’s syllabus, expected outcomes, learning style and how this all matches your goals.
  • Get recommendations for free intro to workshops and info sessions to get real answers from real experts.
  • A one week beginner friendly project that is designed for you to get hands-on exposure on the day to day life of your new career role.
  • An interview with the Admissions team to share your project findings and confirm if this course is a match for your new career path.
  • Get recommendations for applying to scholarships, discounts and financing offers that fit your current needs.
  • Receive the accepted notice from the General Assembly with next steps to enroll and choose a start date.

Payment options

General Assembly offers a variety of different financing options, including: 12 months deferred tuition plan, traditional deferred tuition, installment plans, student loans, income share loans and tuition discounts so you can focus on what counts — your education. Speak with the General Assembly admissions team to learn more and find the best fit for you and your finances.


General Assembly

Since 2011, General Assembly has graduated more than 40,000 students worldwide from the full-time bootcamps & part time short courses. In 2021, of the 5,320 students enrolled in the full-time bootcamps, 4,353 graduated from their respective programs, and 3,148 participated in the Career Services program. Download the report here.

Learn more

You can express interest and get more information on General Assembly's website.