• Admission closes on 17 Jul, 2024
  • Program Duration 6 months
  • Learning Format Online Bootcamp

Why Join this Program

Caltech's Academic Excellence

Earn up to 17 CEU credits and a certificate from Caltech CTME by taking the course online.

Caltech Campus Visit

Upon completion, explore Caltech campus and labs; connect with peers and Caltech leadership

Comprehensive Career Services

1 to 1 resume sessions | Access to 3M+ jobs via our network of 1500+ recruiters (US only)

Hands-on Experience

Seamless access to integrated labs for creating multiple projects


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Coding Bootcamp Overview

This Caltech Coding Bootcamp will help you master both front-end and back-end Java technologies, starting with basics and progressing to the advanced aspects of Full Stack Web Development. In this Coding bootcamp, you will learn Angular, Spring Boot, web services, JSPs, MongoDB, and Generative AI to help you launch your career as a full-stack developer.

Key Features

  • Caltech CTME Bootcamp Completion Certificate
  • Caltech CTME Circle membership
  • Online convocation by Caltech CTME Program Director
  • Build your own portfolio on GitHub
  • Program Transcript for the entire learning path
  • Earn up to 17 CEUs from Caltech CTME
  • Attend Masterclasses from Caltech CTME instructors
  • Live virtual classes led by industry experts, hands-on projects and integrated labs
  • Simplilearn Career Service helps you get noticed by top hiring companies
  • Live sessions on the latest AI trends, such as Generative AI, and prompt engineering

Coding Bootcamp Advantage

During our Caltech Coding Bootcamp, you will hone your skills in an interactive environment with dedicated instructors and exciting projects. Imagine traditional degrees but with more modern tools to compete with top programming jobs in the market!

  • Coding Bootcamp Certificate

    Caltech CTME

    • Caltech Coding Bootcamp Certificate
    • Program Transcript for the entire learning path
    • Receive up to 17 CEUs from Caltech CTME
  • GIT Portfolio

    Build Your Git Portfolio

    • Create your own page on the web to showcase your skills
    • Build a complete profile from scratch
    • Implement and reserve code to a shared repository

Coding Bootcamp Details

Learn how to use Angular to build a well-rounded web application for your business with this unique training coding Bootcamp. It covers the basics of several different frameworks including Spring Boot, Web Services, Servlets and JSPs, MVC, JavaScript, MongoDB, Generative AI and much more.

Learning Path

  • Learn Agile and Scrum methodologies to deliver projects on time, and learn the building blocks of Java data structures and their application in object oriented programming. Develop a comprehensive understanding of Git to manage version control systems and key concepts of SQL.

  • Learn all aspects of back-end technologies by acquiring in-depth skills in Core Java, JDBC, etc. Solidify your learning by implementing your new skills on real-world projects.

  • Learn important concepts such as Spring Boot, Web Services, Microservices, etc. Harden your understanding by implementing your new skills on real-world industry projects.

  • Learn how to create seamless development and production environments using containerization with a widely used tool—Docker— and manage your applications on Amazon S3 servers.

  • You will work on an original problem from scratch and learn how to apply your skills in a full stack bootcamp format. The Capstone project helps create a portfolio that will speak for your skills to a broad audience, including prospective employers.

  • Attend online interactive masterclasses conducted by the instructor from the Caltech CTME and get insights about advancements in the web development domain.

  • Experts will respond to any questions or concerns you may have regarding the course material in this module.

  • The purpose of project hours is to help you clarify any questions or concerns you may have about projects you've completed thus far.

    • Understand the fundamentals of AI and generative AI models
    • Comprehend the significance of explainable AI and its various approaches
    • Utilize prompt engineering to control generative AI
    • Understand the mechanisms, features, and limitations of ChatGPT
    • Discover applications and use cases for ChatGPT
    • Acquire techniques for fine-tuning ChatGPT
    • Identify ethical concerns in generative AI, including ChatGPT
    • Obtain insights into upcoming challenges in generative AI

Skills Covered

  • Agile
  • Java
  • Javascript
  • HTML and CSS
  • Angular
  • MongoDB
  • Maven
  • JSP
  • Spring
  • Generative AI

Tools Covered

Angular FSDDocker FSDCSS3GIT FSDMaven FSDmongodb FSDJenkins FSDAWSCucumberJava.MySQLFSDSQLJunit 5JavaServer PageSpring

Industry Projects

  • Project 1

    Food Delivery Industry

    To build a dynamic and responsive food delivery app to display food items, filter based on user preferences, manage orders, and user details.

  • Project 2

    Entertainment Industry

    To create a dynamic and responsive web application for booking movie tickets online for different genres and languages.

  • Project 3

    Healthcare Industry

    To create a dynamic and responsive Java e-healthcare web application for ordering medicines of different categories.

  • Project 4

    Travel Industry

    To create a dynamic and responsive Java travel website for booking travel tickets for all types of transport mediums.

Disclaimer - The projects have been built leveraging real publicly available data-sets of the mentioned organizations.


Program Advisors

  • Dave Todaro

    Dave Todaro

    Professor, Caltech CTME

    Dave Todaro is a software visionary, entrepreneur, and agile project management expert. Dave has taught agile software development techniques to thousands of people worldwide and regularly advises companies on a wide range of product strategy and software engineering topics.

  • Rick Hefner

    Rick Hefner

    Caltech CTME, Executive Director

    Dr. Rick Hefner serves as the Executive Director for Caltech’s CTME, where he develops customized training programs for technology-driven organizations. He has over 40 years of experience in systems development and has served in academic, industrial, and research positions. 


Career Support

Simplilearn Career Assistance

Simplilearn’s Career Assist program, offered in partnership with Talent Inc, is a service to help you to be career ready for the workforce and land your dream job in U.S. markets.
One-on-one Interview Service by TopInterview

One-on-one Interview Service by TopInterview

Get a Resume Makeover from TopResume

Get a Resume Makeover from TopResume

Reach numerous employers with ResumeRabbit

Reach numerous employers with ResumeRabbit

Complete Candidate Confidentiality Assured

Complete Candidate Confidentiality Assured

Web Development Industry Trends

Web development is a rapidly growing field and according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, web development jobs are projected to grow eight percent from 2019 to 2029, which is double the average growth rate for all occupations for the same time period.

Job Icon17% CAGR

between 2021 and 2025

Source: Business Wire
Job Icon$500 billion

market growth by 2023

Source: Market Research
Job Icon$110K

Average Annual Salary

Source: Glassdoor

Batch Profile

This program caters to working professionals from a variety of industries and backgrounds; the diversity of our students adds richness to class discussions and interactions.

  • The class consists of learners from excellent organizations and diverse industries
    Industry Breakdown
    Software Product - 32%Information Technology - 26%BFSI - 18%Telecommunication - 12%Others - 12%
    Hiring Companies
    Cudd Energy

Learner Reviews

Admission Details

Application Process

The application process consists of three simple steps. An offer of admission will be made to the selected candidates and accepted by the candidates by paying the admission fee.


Submit Application

Tell us a bit about yourself and why you want to do this program


Application Review

An admission panel will shortlist candidates based on their application



Selected candidates can begin the program within 1-2 weeks

Eligibility Criteria

For admission to this Caltech Coding Bootcamp, candidates:

Are not required to have prior work experience
At least 18 years and have a High School Diploma or equivalent
May have a non-programming background

Admission Fee & Financing

The admission fee for this program is $ 8,000

Financing Options

We are dedicated to making our programs accessible. We are committed to helping you find a way to budget for this program and offer a variety of financing options to make it more economical.

Pay in Installments

You can pay monthly installments for Post Graduate Programs using Splitit, ClimbCredit or Klarna payment option with low APR and no hidden fees.


Other Payment Options

We provide the following options for one-time payment

  • Credit Card
  • Paypal

$ 8,000

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Program Benefits

  • Complete this Coding Bootcamp while you work
  • Rigorous curriculum designed by industry experts
  • Caltech CTME Circle membership
  • Receive up to 17 CEUs from Caltech CTME
  • Active recruiters include:Amazon, Google, Microsoft and more

Program Cohorts

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Coding Bootcamp FAQs

  • What is covered under the 24/7 Support guarantee?

    We offer 24/7 support through email, chat, and calls through our dedicated team, and provide on-demand assistance through our community forum. What’s more, you will have lifetime access to the community forum, even after completing your Coding bootcamp.

  • What Is a Coding Bootcamp?

    A coding bootcamp is generally a short-term rigorous training program designed to help learners become ready for a software developer role. It focuses on the crucial aspects of coding and allows learners to apply them to solve real-life problems immediately.

  • Are Coding Bootcamps Suitable for Beginners?

    Indeed, our Caltech Online Coding Bootcamp is beginner-friendly and starts everything from scratch. First, the program covers the basics of web development and gradually the instructors cover the advanced concepts so that beginners have a clear understanding of each topic.

  • How to prepare for a Coding Bootcamp?

    A coding Bootcamp is worth your time only if you are interested in starting a career as a web developer. Though you may not require prior coding experience, a knack for programming is required to build your interest in following a coding Boot camp.

  • How do you choose a Coding Bootcamp?

    People consider several factors when selecting the best online coding bootcamp. Generally, a reliable online coding bootcamp covers practical learning apart from theoretical classes, and industry experts' sessions with a cutting-edge curriculum and applied learning approach are preferably designed in partnership with an established educational institute. The Caltech coding online bootcamp fulfills all these requirements and is worth your time and effort.

  • Are Coding Online Bootcamps Worth It?

    Technology is advancing at a fast pace and a traditional four-year college degree usually fails to prepare students for these emerging trends. Companies are now seeking seasoned developers with more advanced skill sets, giving rise to a new approach to education, i.e., a coding Bootcamp. So, if you want to become job-ready, then an Online coding Bootcamp is definitely worth it.

  • Should I do Coding Bootcamp?

    Yes, a coding Online Boot camp is recommended if you want to gain job-ready skills related to web development.

  • What is the most respected coding Bootcamp?

    The most respected coding Boot camp is the one that attracts a large number of students and receives numerous testimonials. It should help students build a strong foundation in coding and make them ready for solving real-world problems in their job. You can enroll in our Caltech Online Coding Bootcamp as it is also recognized among companies.

  • Is coding Bootcamp hard?

    No, our Caltech coding Boot camp is easy to follow, even for beginners. Our instructors explain all the topics in simple language and ensure that you can apply them when working on projects.

  • How to get a job after Coding Bootcamp?

    A certificate obtained on completing an Online coding Bootcamp demonstrates that you have gained all the necessary skills and are capable of tackling industry challenges on the job. This way, employers will give more preference to your candidature than your peers. Moreover, our Caltech coding Boot camp covers Git portfolio creation as an integral part of the program. Learners will include their projects as part of the coding training in their portfolio and get a chance to impress prospective employers.

  • Will financial aid be provided for this Coding Bootcamp?

    To ensure money is not a limiting factor in learning, we offer various financing options to help make this program financially manageable. For more details, please refer to our "Admissions Fee and Financing" section.

  • If I want to cancel my enrolment in this Coding boot camp, can I get a refund?

    Yes, you can cancel your enrollment if necessary. We will refund the program price after deducting an administration fee. To learn more, please read our Refund Policy.

  • What are the prerequisites to access the Coding Bootcamp?

    To access this Coding Bootcamp, you need to have at least 18 years of age and have a high school diploma or equivalent degree. This bootcamp is for you if you love learning, are motivated and willing to code, and want to become a full-stack developer fully capable of handling any issues and building complex applications on the job.

  • What is Global Teaching Assistance?

    Our teaching assistants are a dedicated team of subject matter experts to help you get certified on your first attempt. They proactively engage with you to ensure adherence to the course path and enrich your learning experience, from class onboarding to project mentoring and job assistance.

  • What is the admissions process for this Coding Bootcamp?

    The admissions process for this Coding Bootcamp consists of three easy steps:

    • Interested candidates will need to apply by submitting the application form online
    • Candidates will be shortlisted by an admission panel based on the application submitted
    • Selected candidates will be awarded an offer of admission that they can accept by paying the program fee

  • I am not able to access the online Coding Boot camp. Who can help me?

    Contact us using the form on the right side of any page on the Simplilearn website. Select the Live Chat link or contact Help & Support.

  • What jobs can you get after Coding Bootcamp?

    A coding bootcamp is helpful for a number of job roles like that of a web developer, front-end developer, back-end developer, full-stack developer, or even UX designer.

  • Can I get a sealed transcript for World Education Services (WES) at the end of the program?

    Postgraduate programs are certification programs and do not include transcripts for WES; this is reserved only for degree programs. We do not offer sealed transcripts, and hence, the Simplilearn PG programs are not applicable for WES or similar services.

  • Is Coding Bootcamp suitable for programming?

    Coding bootcamps can be an excellent way to learn to program quickly, as they typically offer intensive, hands-on training in a specific technology or stack. However, the quality and effectiveness of coding bootcamps can vary greatly. Hence, it's essential to research and choose a reputable program with a good track record of helping graduates find jobs.

  • Does Google hire bootcamp grads?

    Yes, Google does hire Bootcamp graduates. However, it is essential to note that the hiring process at Google is highly competitive. Google looks for candidates with a potent combination of education, work experience, and skills and typically prioritizes candidates with a computer science or related degree from a four-year university. This is again just a default qualification criteria. Your selection will depend on many other factors including your performance in the discussions.

  • Can a non-IT person learn coding?

    Yes, a non-IT person can learn to code. Coding is a skill that anyone willing to invest the time and effort to learn can understand. Many resources, such as online tutorials, coding bootcamps, and college courses, can help non-IT people learn to code.

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