The Horizons School of Technology is the first code school designed for college students. We offer full-time summer and semester programs for both undergrads and graduate students.
Our thesis is a simple one: learn essential tech skills during your most formative years - college. During the Horizons program, you will meet other highly motivated students and collaborate with them.
|Description||Learn how to build end to end web applications Collaborate with the other software engineers in your class Gain an understanding of how to work on larger engineering teams Augment your critical thinking skills Develop a strong fundamental understanding of computer science and engineering best practices Have the necessary cornerstone knowledge to quickly learn new programming languages and continue building your arsenal as an engineer Develop healthy new productivity habits You are most importantly building the foundational pieces that will allow you to understand how web applications work, quickly learn new languages, pick up iOS development or dive deeper into other, more complex, software problems.|
|Location||Boston, Philadelphia, San Francisco|
|Start Date||January 15, 2017|
|Class Size||35 students|
|Commitment||60 hours in class/wk|
I went to Horizons with the sole purpose of getting a job. Within a month, I not only had a job, I had offers from a few companies.
Horizons taught me how to code, but it also helped me with soft skills and interview prep, which I desperately needed.
The teaching staff were all very supportive and have even kept in touch with me since the course ended.
From the rigorous and expertly crafted curriculum, to the incredible people that you're constantly surrounded by, Horizons leaves no stone unturned. Their summer immersive didn't just teach me full stack web and mobile development - it also gave me a priceless network of peers and mentors, and it revolutionized my views on learning, entrepreneurship, and the world. I can't think of many experiences that have yielded so much for me.
|Locations (3)||Philadelphia, San Francisco, Boston|