We offer beginner-friendly classes in web development, mobile development and web design. For beginners looking to change careers, the best option is the Web Development Intensive (PA Only). or Software Engineering Intensive (NY Only). Both are full-time courses, designed to take you from beginner to junior full-stack developer in three months. For those beginners who are unable take a full-time class, we offer part-time evening courses in web development and UI/UX design. Check out the class pages for more information, or contact one of our admissions counselors at 844-322-CODE (2633) to learn more.
Our curriculum may be rigorous, but students at NYCDA learn in a laid back environment with plenty of freedom to work on their own projects in between lectures.
When you enroll here, the school becomes your space too! We welcome all of our students to use our space to study and work on projects. In fact, most of our students come in early or stay late to get extra help or collaborate with one another.
Grab a coffee and join us for an informal code review between classes!
Online courses are great for getting started, but aren’t meant to train developers for the workplace. Our project-based curriculum, focus on group projects and collaboration, and talented instructors immerse students in the developer community. You won’t just learn languages as standalone skills. You’ll grow as a well-rounded programmer.
Our instructors do their best to monitor students’ progress and are available by email. We also offer weekend study groups and office hours for students who need a little extra help.
The New York Code + Design Academy courses are not credit bearing. The New York Code + Design Academy does not accept credit from other institutions. Courses completed are unlikely to count as transfer credit at another institution. NYCDA makes no claim or guarantee that credit earned will transfer to another institution.
Yes, please bring your own laptop to class every day. For all of our web development classes, we encourage students to be running the latest version of Mac OS X or a Linux distribution.
For our web development classes, we recommend our students use Google Chrome, Sublime Text 3 and iTerm2, which are downloadable for free.
Yes, Windows machines can be used. However, Windows students may have a harder time with certain Ruby libraries, which is why we recommend Unix based systems. Students running Windows can expect to look up some commands on their own.
NYCDA can help some students attain a laptop at a discounted price. Please contact us for details.
Interested students are encouraged to apply online. Click here to do so now.
We offer rolling enrollment for all of our classes. To secure your seat, a deposit of $99 deposit for 8-week workshops, and $1000 deposit for part-time and full-time intensives is required. Your deposit can be paid online when you submit your application.
We want to teach as many students as possible, and do our best to offer payment plans and assistance. We can offer students a payment plan in monthly installments, or to qualified students taking full-time and part-time intensive courses, loan assistance through a financial partner or deferred tuition via the Income Share Agreement.
Yes. A student who withdraws for any reason prior to the start of class receives all monies returned, with the exception of any non-refundable deposit submitted.
Refunds after the course begins are based on each state’s respective drop and refund policy.
A student who cancels within 7 days of signing the enrollment agreement but before instruction begins receives all monies returned with the exception of any non-refundable registration fee.
Thereafter, a student will be liable for tuition liability as of the student’s last date of physical attendance. Tuition liability is divided by the number of quarters in the program. Total tuition liability is limited to the quarter during which the student withdrew or was terminated, and any previous quarters completed.
If termination occurs school may keep:
The student refund may be more than that stated before above if the accrediting agency refund policy results in a greater refund.
The termination date for refund computation purposes is the last date of recorded attendance of the resident student or the date the nonresident students requests cancellation.
For a student cancelling after the fifth (5) calendar day following the date of ht enrollment as defined in § 73.132 of the Pennsylvania Code (relating to application or registration fee) but prior to the beginning of classes, monies paid to the school shall be refunded except the nonrefundable amount of the application or registration fee as calculated in § 73.132.
If a student enrolls and withdraws or discontinues after the term, semester or quarter has begin but prior to the completion of the term, semester or quarter, the following minimum refunds apply:
Each student shall have a period of seventy-two (72) hours to rescind and contract and to receive a refund of all tuition unless the student has entered training. The period shall commence from the date of signing, but shall not include or end on any Saturday or Sunday or legal holiday. This shall not apply if a student has begun instruction.
If a student begins instruction and withdraws or is discontinued for any reason after instruction begins prior to completion of sixty percent (60%) of the scheduled program, NYCDA shall refund to the student a sum which is the exact pro rata portion of tuition expended by the student, rounded to the nearest ten percent (10%), less any unpaid non-tuition charges owed by the student for the period of enrollment for which the student has been charged, and less the non-refundable registration fee.
Our Web Development Intensive is the best fit for students who wish to change career tracks after graduation. This full-time course provides the broadest full stack education, plus soft skill training and career workshops.
Our graduates have gone on to work at Buzzfeed, Google, The Huffington Post, AOL, Hearst, and WebMD. We offer a competitive job board, employer meet & greets, and job training resources.
While we cannot guarantee job placement for any student, we do provide students with the tools and networking opportunities they need to get hired.
Our grads work for corporations, small startups, and themselves. Students can expect to enter the tech industry as junior full stack web developers, junior front end developers, junior back end developers or freelance web developers, depending on their chosen track and level of dedication to code.
For more information on career services, check out our Career Services Page.
When we’re not in class, we’re still talking code. The New York Code + Design Academy hosts workshops, lectures, employer meet & greets, and more events through the year. Check out our Events page for more information and to RSVP.
Absolutely! We want to give everyone in the greater community the chance to learn more about the technology industry. Most of our events are open to the general public.
Yes. As students at The New York Code + Design Academy, you get access to office tours, career development workshops, hackathons and more.
NYCDA headquarters are located in the Financial District. Street parking is limited.