Introducing Hack Reactor’s Remote Part-Time Course: Learn the industry’s best-in-class curriculum, from wherever you are, in this live, online coding bootcamp. The evenings- and weekends-scheduled course, taught over nine months, brings you the top instructional expertise and career outcomes Hack Reactor is known for, but is delivered across a schedule and timeline that may be more conducive to your current daily work and family responsibilities. And, like the Remote Immersive course, classes are predominantly conducted using cloud-based, real-time web conferencing software. So you will be learning, collaborating, and networking alongside a community of remote students from across the country.
The Remote Part-Time course is also great for front-end developers, product managers, QA engineers, marketers, and designers looking to expand their technical experience.
The Hack Reactor Online Coding Bootcamp Experience
Master the Fundamentals while Exploring new Tech
Build production-grade web applications
Many programs teach in-demand technologies. At Hack Reactor we go further, weaving together bleeding-edge tech and Computer Science fundamentals, so that you can pick up new languages, libraries and frameworks at will. Because next year’s most important tech trends might not exist today.
Our course is results-focused. Students learn technologies and fundamentals, then immediately put them into action with carefully designed assignments and personal projects that students conceive of and build from the ground up.
Think Like a Software Engineer
Top Career Support
Professional software engineers have defined goals, but no roadmap of how to get there. Our students don’t just follow directions, they learn how to chart the course.
Prep for a competitive job market with our resume assistance and career coaching. By representing your skills well on paper and in interviews, you’ll be ready for everything from startups to major tech firms.
Hack Reactor Remote Part-Time is Right For You If...
You are looking for a more rigorous, community-focused learning experience than self-paced or solo options.
You want to deepen your technical knowledge through a program while keeping your current job.
You want to experience and benefit from pair-programming, a hallmark of Hack Reactor.
Speak with Our Admissions Team
Frequently Asked Questions
When are the next cohorts and what is the class schedule?
Jan 18, 2018 Thu 6:00p-9:00p & Sat 8:30a-5:30p Graduation: Sep 22, 2018
Mar 6, 2018 Tue 6:00p-9:00p & Sat 9:00a-6:00p Graduation: Nov 10, 2018
Apr 25, 2018 Wed 6:00p-9:00p & Sat 9:00a-6:00p Breaks: Week of Nov 18 and Dec 23 Graduation: Jan 12, 2019
All times are in Pacific Time.
Where does class take place?
The class is run 100% live online.
Is the program self-paced?
No, students are expected to commit 18-20 hours per week, inclusive of class sessions. There are opportunities to dive deeper into advanced content, but not to skip ahead in the curriculum. In general, expect between 2-4 hours of time outside of class per week.
How much does the program cost?
$17,980 (same as the immersive)
Are there financing options?
Yes, in addition to our normal financing options, we are willing to make special accommodations for motivated students who would otherwise not be able to afford the full tuition up front. Preference is given to early applicants.
Is the Hack Reactor Scholarship available to part-time students?
Yes. Please visit our Scholarships page for more info.
What if I can't afford the tuition? Are payment plans available?
Please fill out the interest form. If the only thing holding you back is financial constraints, let's talk about ways to make this work!
Can I start with the part-time program and switch to the full-time immersive?
For a variety of reasons, this is not a viable pathway. Once students have chosen a given program, they should fully commit.
What if I have a scheduling conflict?
There is a process for managing planned absences; however, students are expected to prioritize program attendance. Absences are managed on a case-by-case basis, and may impact student standing.
When should I apply?
ASAP! There is a non-trivial amount of work to be done after admission and before the first day of class, so sooner is better.
How do I prepare for admission?
First, fill out the interest form.
Additionally, check out Hack Reactor Prep to prepare for your interview. We offer a free, self-paced product in addition to a (paid) mentor-supported experience.