Learn to Code in
New York City

90 John Street, Suite 404, New York, NY
Our New York City campus is located in the heart of the Financial District, and is also The New York Code + Design Academy headquarters. The space is equipped with high speed WIFI, comfy couches, and plenty of coworking space to work on your projects.
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You don't pay until you're being paid.

When you apply for our Software Engineering Intensive course in New York City, you'll have the opportunity to finance through our Income Share Agreement.

It's not a loan, so there's no interest. There won't be endless payments, and you only pay when you're earning $40,000 or more.

No income? No payments.

Payments don't start until you're earning money, and only if it's $40k yearly or more.

Always Affordable

You'll pay 8% of your monthly earned income, so payments won't break the bank.

4 years or less

There's a maximum of 48 monthly payments, even less if you hit the payment cap sooner.

The Application Process

After filling out your application, an Admissions Officer will reach out to you about setting up your interview and assessment. Within 24 hours, you'll be informed of your admissions decision and your ISA qualification.

Programs + Courses

Software Engineering Intensive Full Time Intensives

We call it intense for a reason. Over 14 weeks, you'll touch on the basics of HTML and CSS before immersing yourself in the world of software engineering with tools like JavaScript and Ruby on Rails. Along the way, you'll learn UX design fundamentals that will take your portfolio to the next level, and project management skills that keep you and your team on track. Designed to jumpstart your career, this program meets 5 days per week and requires 15-20 hours of self-guided project work outside of the classroom each week. We recommend that you clear your calendar and prepare yourself to be immersed in this transformational experience.

Details
  • Tuition: $15,000
  • Length: 14 weeks
  • Days per week: 5

New York City Instructors

Our instructors are industry professionals, bringing the tools and technologies they work with into the classroom. Get to know them.

Kevin Sheldon

Instructor

Kevin Sheldon is a User Experience and Product Design expert with over 12 years of experience driving brand, audience, and e-commerce growth. He has led the design and development of projects ranging from StarTrek.com and the Colbert Report, to NYC's marriage license system and those annoying screens in the back of taxis. Most recently, he grew the startup PledgeMusic from a small crowdfunding site to the largest direc...

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Orlando Caraballo

Subject Matter Expert Web Development Intensive

Bronx raised, Dominican Republic born, self proclaimed hippie, consciousness hacker, software developer, problem solver and instructor are all adjectives to describe Orlando but he prefers to refer to himself as a human being with way too much time on his hands to pursue his interests. Always looking for the next challenge, Orlando has dedicated his life to seeking out truth, integrity and clarity. When not pondering o...

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Michael Law

Instructor

Michael Law is a full-stack developer with an affinity for back end systems. He got his start by driving 600 miles to his first internship in Kansas City and hasn't looked back since. As a former gymnastics coach, he discovered his passion for teaching years ago as he learned how to break problems down for people spanning a wide variety of age groups and backgrounds. After freelancing and working for several clients an...

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Jimmy Chandler

Instructor + Curriculum Developer User Experience / User Interface Intensive

Jimmy Chandler, an independent UX Architect, works with enterprises, startups, and non-profits to create better digital experiences and rethink their UX processes. He is a frequent organizer, presenter, volunteer, and mentor at UX-related events. You can learn more about Jimmy by following him on Twitter @uxprinciples.

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Will Shaw

Instructor Part-Time Web Development Intensive

I am a native New Yorker with a passion for sports, technology and teaching. I am a die hard Mets, Rangers and Jets fan. I currently work at Bamtech Media which oversees popular streaming sites such as WWE Network, Eurosport, Riot Sports and many more!

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David Patlut

Instructor Web Development Intensive

Brooklyn Born and Raised. Bootcamp graduate, problem solver, overall nerd who has a passion for web development ( CSS mostly ) and teaching. Also do photography on the side , involved in the E-sports scene , and laugh at my own jokes even though nobody else does! Follow me on instagram @dpinfinity_

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Bridget Sheerin

Instructor UIUX Design 101

Bridget is passionate about design and software for social good. She employs tools from human-centered design, scalar thinking, and change management in her work. She is currently an Experience Designer and Product Visioner at ThoughtWorks, a global Software consulting company. She received her MFA in Transdisciplinary Design from Parsons in 2013. She has been known to draw on any whiteboard surface (and non-whiteboard...

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Eric Foster

Instructor

Eric is a digital consultant, educator, entrepreneur and DJ who is passionate about empowering people with digital skills. With nearly a decade of experience working in digital publishing under his belt, Eric has become a domain expert in project management, front-end development, and content management systems. His work at Fast Company, Inc. , Bonnier, and Brownstoner.com has taken him to San Francisco, CA, Stockholm,...

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Noreen Whysel

Instructor UIUX Design 101

Noreen is a NYC-based digital innovator and community organizer. She is the COO of Decision Fish, a financial wellness app. She specializes in user research for trusted identity, wellbeing and resilience. She has over 25 years of research, community development and design experience. She produces and speaks regularly at events in UX design, behavioral economics and GIS and can be found practicing for a startup pitch ...

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Sarah Dahnke

Instructor

Sarah is a media and technology educator and artist. She teaches web development and video to students of all ages and prides herself on an ability to break down complicated concepts to the most beginning learners. In addition to teaching at NYCDA, Sarah is an adjunct professor at New York University, where she also received her masters degree from ITP in Tisch School of the Arts. Sarah is a former professional dancer ...

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Questions?

We offer beginner-friendly classes in web development, mobile development and web design. Check out the class pages for more info, or contact one of our admissions counselors.

Call us at 844-322-CODE (2633)