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Harvard Offers First Coding Boot Camp

December 7, 2018

Harvard University's Extension School will offer its first coding boot camp in March 2019.

The boot camp will be delivered by Trilogy Education Services -- a company that works with the professional and continuing education divisions of high-profile universities such as the Georgia Institute of Technology. Trilogy is rapidly expanding its partnerships with universities.

Harvard Extension's 24-week program in web development will be geared toward working adults and offered on a part-time basis. Classes will be held in Harvard Square, and participants who successfully complete the program will be awarded a noncredit certificate of completion. The cost of Trilogy boot camps at other university locations is around $10,000.

Huntington Lambert, dean of Harvard’s division of continuing education, said in a press release that the boot camp will help to meet the high demand for employees with coding skills in the local area.

“Harvard Extension School offers dozens of for-credit classes, graduate certificates and degrees in computer science and information systems areas, but not the type of skill development that Trilogy Education can add,” said Lambert.


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