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Find the Best UT Dallas Tech Bootcamp For You

Launch Your Career in Tech with Our Immersive, Live Online Bootcamps

Choose from five specialized programs in Coding, Cybersecurity, Data Analytics, DevOps, or Product Management—all developed and taught by industry experts, so you'll gain the skills and hands‑on experience you need to be job‑ready.

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Why UT Dallas Tech Bootcamps?

149

Million
NEW TECHNICAL JOBS BY 2025

4.9

STUDENT RATING - FULLSTACK ACADEMY COURSE REPORT

5,500+

SUCCESSFUL FULLSTACK ACADEMY ALUMNI AND COUNTING

840+

TOP COMPANIES NATIONWIDE ARE EAGER TO HIRE OUR GRADUATES

Our Programs are in High-Growth Tech Fields

CODING

12-26 Weeks
Design web applications to solve user needs as a professional developer.

CYBERSECURITY

12-26 Weeks
Prevent cybercrime from impacting individuals and businesses.

DATA ANALYTICS

10-26 Weeks
Become a Data Analyst with AWS, Python, and data visualization skills.

DEVOPS

26 Weeks
Gain the skills needed to land a job in one of the world’s fastest growing industries.

PRODUCT MANAGEMENT

25 Weeks
Create, launch, and market new products as a professional Product Manager.

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University of Texas at Dallas and Fullstack Academy Partnership

The University of Texas at Dallas is a top public university located in one of the nation’s fastest-growing metropolitan regions. Its eight schools offer more than 140 undergraduate and graduate programs, plus professional certificates and fast-track programs. The university’s rapid growth in size and stature is fueled by bright students, innovative programs, renowned faculty, dedicated staff, engaged alumni and research that matters.

As a result, the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science at UT Dallas has chosen Fullstack Academy to power new tech bootcamps with working professionals in mind. Fullstack Academy is one of the longest-running and most successful tech bootcamps in the nation. Its graduates are equipped to succeed in the professional world through Fullstack Academy’s foundational teaching method, which allows students to thrive in their first job and every job after. Bootcamp grads also gain the assistance of Fullstack Academy’s dedicated career services team and leave as members of a supportive alumni network that can help open doors to future career opportunities.

Who Hires Our Grads?

The University of Texas at Dallas Tech Bootcamps are powered by Fullstack Academy. The companies listed above have hired Fullstack Academy NYC graduates.

FAQs

  • No, you do not need to be a current student or alumni in order to apply.

  • If you’re interested in UTD Tech Bootcamps and not sure which program is right for you, we recommend that you request more information using the form above and a student advisor will call you to discuss your options. They can provide you with more information about the curriculum and the roles you’ll be prepared for in each bootcamp, such as Data Analyst (Data Analytics), Software Developer (Coding), Cybersecurity Analyst (Cyber), or Product Manager (Product Management).

    From there, apply to your program of choice (no prep required!). Next, our Admissions team can help you advance in the process and even help you switch programs if you change your mind (e.g., Data to Cybersecurity).

  • All students must have their own laptop (or desktop for 100% online classes). We recommend having 16 GB RAM and ~50-100 GB storage. Netbooks, thin clients, and tablets are not permitted. Students can use Mac or Windows.

    Please note that the Apple M1 processor is supported for the Coding bootcamps only at this time.

  • We have a long-standing history of delivering high-quality tech education in a live online format. You'll learn in a fast-paced environment with hands-on 1:1 instruction, working closely with both your instructor and peers.

  • To be eligible for the program, you must be at least 18 years old and a high school grad/GED holder by the start date of your intended cohort.