What program languages and skills are taught? Is it full stack development?
I am employed. Can I work and still participate in the program?
The purpose of our program is to provide students the technical skills, tools, career prep and the Culture of Work knowledge to be employed as a software developer. Students are expected to participate full time, roughly 50 - 60+ hours per week.
What is the remote classroom learning experience like?
It is live, in-person, and interactive. We have whole-class lectures and small group work that is supervised by instructors. Students have the opportunity to ask questions and workshop their code throughout.
Will students earn a Morehouse College certificate?
Yes. After successfully completing the program, students will receive a certificate issued by Morehouse.
What are the admissions requirements?
Admission requires that you be at least 18 years of age, and have a High School Diploma or equivalent (General Education Diploma – GED). We believe that anyone with the passion and dedication can benefit from our program.
Do you only offer a Full Time Immersive?
Yes, at this time we offer a Full Time Immersive Coding experience only.
If I am a full time student, do I qualify for an Income Share Agreement?
The ISA Leif allows students to defer paying tuition until they secure a well-paying job. The Career Services part of our program will guide people through the process with the understanding that they will start their job search immediately after (if not before) completing the program.
What is the average starting salary for full immersive code school graduates?
The average first year starting salary for an immersive coding graduate is $65,000. According to Course Report, bootcamp graduates in their 2nd and 3rd year, on average, earn $77,000 and $90,000, respectively.