Don’t quit your day job.
Montana Code School’s part-time course meets nightly and will sharpen your current development skills or provide the fundamentals you need to land a job as a full-stack Jr. Web Developer.
The course meets Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6pm – 9pm, including 1 immersive weekend a month, Saturday – Sunday 8am – 6pm for 6 months.
It is a serious commitment. Students are expected to pour their heart and soul into living and breathing code during the program duration. If you want to code as a career, or are simply looking to bring a firm understanding of the development stack to your workplace, this is the place to do it.
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Montana Code School works hard to provide its students with financing options that make sense. We are excited to partner with Missoula Federal Credit Union for students who need help financing their tuition. These Montana Code School specific loans vary in rates dependent on individual credit score, history and how much you borrow. The plans are affordable and convenient.
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“Montana Code School was an amazing experience. I would highly recommend MTCS because of how immersed the course was along with the great instructors and job preparation. Seeing my skill level increase week by week was unbelievably satisfying.
Be prepared to eat, sleep and breath programming for 12 weeks!”Mike Hohne
What you will learn at Montana Code School
The only programming language that works both on the server and in the browser. The Montana Code School will build your understanding of the language.
HTML & CSS
You’ll learn responsive techniques, crucial for modern websites & apps, while also gaining an understanding of web design. Create beautiful sites and learn key design principles and practices.
We explore and build foundational understanding for a variety of data storage tools used in today’s web industry.
Agile & Lean Methodologies
Learn the latest workplace methodologies, both Agile and Lean. Foster greater team compatibilities and learn how to meet project deadlines in the most efficient ways.
Upskill yourself, become comfortable with code, learn the tech language, get promoted, get the job.
We require that once a student is accepted into a program, they complete our pre-work courses. The pre-work helps to build an initial understanding of coding.
You are not required to be on-site during this period, but we highly suggest you are. During this time you will have access to mentors while you are completing the pre-work – which will come in handy as we fly through the topics in week one quickly.
Montana Code School requires that attendees find housing off-campus. We are unable to provide on-campus housing at this time. We are work with local property managers to provide discounts and month-to-month options for admitted students. If you are interested in learning more about these options or simply need assistance finding a place to reside during the course duration, please indicate so on your application.
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Team Lift Off
During stage one, you’ll get to know the team of students joining you at MCS, what your days will look like, and a birds-eye perspective on how incremental programming works.
When you’re done with Week One, you’ll have a solid understanding of programming from its highest levels and be able to make real changes to code (it’s ok to use your cheat sheet!).
This will be your programming foundation.
Things start to heat up during stage four. You and a partner will program a project from scratch using what you have learned.
You and your partner will be given a real problem Montana businesses face that software can solve – carrying responsibility for both delivering the product and communicating with the client.
Nobody will ever give you exact specs for their software – so you’ll learn how to ask the right questions, which will enable you to build the right product.
Stage five has, as a capstone assignment, you will be placed into teams tasked with creating your own web apps. It’s up to you and your team to brainstorm what this app will do, how will it function, and who will it help – then build it.
This is where you will become truly valuable to an employer. You will learn how to put it all together as a team-oriented, full stack developer capable of seeing issues globally and diving deep to fix any bugs.