Gain coding skills and a deep understanding of startups.
Get to know Wyncode Academy
Wyncode is a South Florida-based web development bootcamp that immerses individuals in a demanding and inspiring learning environment designed to develop successful coders with business acumen. In Lynn’s partnership with Wyncode Academy, you will gain experience in web development.
Take part in Wyncode’s nine-week immersive web development program at one of three South Florida locations and apply your experience toward the 36 credits required for a master’s degree.
Participate in Wyncode courses on Lynn’s campus. As a full-time undergraduate student, you will obtain coding skills that will help you gain skills in this emerging field.
Want to know more?
If you’re a current Lynn student, you can speak with Professor Harika Rao. She can help confirm your eligibility and ensure you have the tools required for success. If you’re interested in applying to Lynn, you can submit an admission application.
What is immersive web development?
Immersive web development is a deep understanding of internet programming that includes the visual aspect of web content, which is seen by the end user, and the back-end coding process.
What will I accomplish in the program?
Where are Wyncode courses held?
If you're a graduate student, you will participate in Wyncode’s nine-week immersive web development in Wynwood, a thriving industrial art neighborhood near downtown Miami. If you’re an undergraduate student, you will take courses taught by Wyncode instructors on Lynn’s campus.
What is the cost?
Graduate students will pay Lynn for Lynn courses (see current pricing) and Wyncode for its program. The nine-week bootcamp is $10,000. Wyncode can help you identify scholarships and opportunities for financial assistance for its program, and Lynn can provide information on aid available for its courses.
Full-time undergraduate students can participate in Wyncode’s on-campus classes at no additional cost.
Are there prerequisites?
You don’t need a specific background, certain courses or prior coding experience to participate, but you will be interviewed and asked to complete a short preparation course to ensure a full understanding of program expectations.