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The University of Michigan Nexus Coding Bootcamp, powered by Fullstack Academy, delivers comprehensive tech education in a live online format.

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What to Expect: Live Online Learning

Powered by Fullstack Academy and backed by nearly a decade of successful live online instruction, the University of Michigan Nexus Coding Bootcamp prepares students for fulfilling tech careers. This comprehensive program is designed to help you develop and utilize in-demand skills for a fulfilling tech career.

With support at every step from exploring the basics to building your portfolio, you’ll learn key concepts and tools.

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Our online programs offer the same support, rigor, and career preparation as in-person courses in tech.

Live lectures are easily accessed from our video classrooms
The online learning platform provides daily curriculum challenges
Get real-time instruction from industry-experienced professionals
Solution videos throughout the course help you visualize your progress

Technology Requirements

The University of Michigan Nexus Coding Bootcamp features a curriculum with the latest tools and technologies. The online experience in bootcamp reflects real-world scenarios while providing an environment for students to learn and collaborate seamlessly. Review the technology requirements for the University of Michigan Nexus Coding Bootcamp below:

Fullstack Academy is one of the longest-running and most reputable tech bootcamps in the nation—offering outstanding student reviews, years of experience in education, and impressive, consistent outcomes for our graduates.

Now, Fullstack Academy is offering a hands-on learning approach for the University of Michigan Nexus Coding Bootcamp to develop professionals who can make an impact in tech.


  • While not confined by the physical classroom, online learning has allowed us to shake up traditional practices and reorganize our academic structure to be efficient and effective. Students may find themselves in virtual lecture halls with most of their peers in the morning, spend a lunchtime review with a group of their classmates, and pair programming throughout much of their coursework. We strive to keep bootcamp cohorts at a size of 25-30 students, so there is a balance of community with personalized support.

  • Students spend time working in small groups and partnerships on various projects throughout the program in addition to meetups and alumni events both during and after their bootcamp.

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