HTML, CSS and other web technologies and libraries to work on small to large websites
and applications, depending on the size of the company (or the company's clients). You
will work mostly in collaboration with experienced frontend or fullstack developers.
Choose this Career Path If Any of the Following Applies to You
- You want to ease into modern web development and
- You don't know yet which web programming area you want to
specialize in, but you want
to learn the important beginning to advanced pure web development concepts
Responsive Design, etc.).
- You want to learn the important web
concepts and you are not sure yet whether you want to become a UI/UX developer
(Path 2), a frontend developer (Path 3), a backend developer (Path 4), or a
fullstack developer (Path 5).
- You want to learn to code properly,
real-world apps (not trivial projects), to become technologically adept, to
boost your critical thinking, or to contribute meaningfully to your company’s IT
- You want to work as a proficient
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What You Will Learn
problem-solving, in-depth UI
development, skillful written communication, and how to use nearly every facet of
the web development technology ecosystem (mastering a professional IDE and other
tools, HTML, CSS, Sass, Accessibility, Git, the command line, important internet
You will also learn essential math for web programming that
will help to improve your
problem-solving skills, and much more. See
the list of courses below for more.
Course 1: Command Line for Web Developers
Course 2: Git and GitHub, Part 1
Course 3: Communicating Powerfully and Effectively for Success in the Digital Age
Course 5: Intro to UI Web Development
Course 6A: Mastering the IDE: WebStorm
Mastering the Programming Editor: Sublime Text
Course 7: Math for Web Developers, Part 1
Course 9: Mastering UI Web Development
Course 11: Math for Web Developers, Part 2
Course 2000: Intangibles for a Successful Career
Projects You Will Build
In addition to completing more than a dozen complex projects
(many of which will be used in the
real world), you will also develop at least one sophisticated
real-world web application that could define your entire career.
What You Will Be Able to Do After You Graduate
You will know how to develop sophisticated UIs without the
need for frameworks like
Bootstrap (you will develop your own UI framework similar to Bootstrap), and how to
jQuery, HTML, CSS, and other frontend technologies.
applications swiftly and
confidently, without the need for frameworks like React.js or Angular; and your
and use any frontend technologies, including popular and common
jQuery Developer, UI Developer
Firms in big cities such as San Francisco, New
York, Los Angeles,
and London pay considerably more than firms in smaller cities and villages, hence
the wide salary range.
Salary Sources: Glassdoor.com
Total Time to Graduate
4 to 6 months (recommended study time: 3–4 hours a day)
- Standard Payment
- Monthly Payment
- Student Loan
Apply for a Student Loan with our Partner, Pave
Bov Academy has partnered with Pave, a company that specializes in
offering loans to students of programming academies like Bov
- How Much You Can Borrow? You can borrow $3,000 to
- What Can You Use the Funds For? You can use the
funds to pay your career path fee and to cover
any related expenses, including purchase of a computer and living
expenses, to name two.
- What Are the Payment Terms? You may repay your loan
in 2 or 3 years. The interest rate is
fixed, at 6% to 17%, depending on your qualifications.
- What Are the Eligibility Requirements?
- You must be enrolled in Bov Academy.
- You must be a U.S. Citizen.
- You must be at least 18 years of age.
- You must have a U.S. bank account.
- You must have a credit score of 660 or higher.
for the student loan.
Pay-After-Secure-Job (requires a 30% down payment and
application) This option is available only for Career Paths 3, 4, and 5.
- Fully Paid Scholarship (requires financial aid
When Does this Career Path Begin?
Next Session (2nd Cohort) Begins