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The interactive Coding program prepares students for a career as a software developer. It teaches students how to design and develop software, build apps for phones, tablets, websites, and write and test computer code.

During the program, accommodations and modifications are provided to high school students based on the IEP/504. In addition, Dual enrollment is available for eligible high school students. They can earn college credit through the Coding course and transfer these credits to a community college or university, towards a specific degree.

After completion of the two-year program, successful candidates will be prepared to seek one or more certifications like the Certified Internet Web (CIW) JavaScript Specialist. Moreover, West-MEC offers industry credential tests at no additional cost. Through the Coding program and certification, students are provided a pathway to economic independence.


Careers that a student could pursue after receiving their certification(s) are: Software developer, computer programmer, web developer, mobile application designer, product manager*, quality assurance engineer*, software development engineer*

In addition to working on websites and mobile apps, students can work with IoT applications as well. A significant number of job position have a remote working option.

Coding entry-level salary range: $27.86 – $47.00 per hour**

*with additional education in this pathway | **Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Employment & Wages


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