Who Should Attend University of California, Santa BarbaraContinuing Education’s IT Bootcamps?
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The University of Texas at AustinUniversity of California, Santa BarbaraContinuing Education’s IT Bootcamps* are great options for both beginners and IT professionals. We offer different learning tracks for a flexible and engaging learning experience. With video-based lectures, virtual instructor-led training, hands-on labs, on-demand tutoring and more, your IT education is flexible, affordable, and trusted. * Non-credit
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At Your Own Pace
On-demand bootcamps allow you to easily balance coursework with your academic and professional priorities.
Our job placement services will help you with resume building, mock interviews, and internships and job opportunities.
Industry experts guide you through bootcamp with on-demand sessions.
We work with industry experts, hiring managers, and IT professionals to curate up-to-date curriculum. Your portfolio will be a collection of in-demand skills and proficiencies.
Flexible payment options provide an accessible, affordable, and quality IT education.
Data Science & Analytics
AI & ML
Immersive and standard bootcamps are 16-28 weeks long. Self-paced bootcamps are 6-9 months long.
Immersive bootcamps have 1 mentor session twice a week, standard bootcamps have 1 mentor session once a week, and self-paced bootcamps have five on-demand mentoring sessions.
Capstone projects will demonstrate the skills and knowledge you learned throughout bootcamp.
Job Placement Services
Our job placement services will help you with resume building, mock interviews, and internship/job opportunities.
Hands-on labs sharpen your skills and prepare you for real world scenarios.
Annual course access
With any learning track, students have 12 months’ access to 100+ courses.
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Our online bootcamps are possible through
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with QuickStart Learning, Inc., an Austin-based IT training and career development company. For 35 years, QuickStart has offered award-winning IT training courses with their unique learning methodology, QS Learn, and their AI cognitive-learning platform, CLIPP. QS Learn and CLIPP give you a unique bootcamp experience that best fits your learning needs and career goals. QuickStart is a Microsoft Partner accredited by Cisco, ITIL, CompTIA, and EC-Council.
University of California, Santa Barbara Continuing Education Bootcamp FAQs
The total bootcamp cost depends on which payment option is chosen. Choosing to prepay is the least expensive payment option. Flex bootcamps cost $5,100 to $5,900, and immersive bootcamps are between $6,800 to $7,900.
Yes! We offer scholarships through QuickStart, Inc. Each application will be reviewed independently through our dedicated team at QuickStart. Bootcamp scholarships are not offered through University of California, Santa BarbaraThe University of Texas at AustinContinuing Education.
In order to cancel enrollment and apply for a refund, you must notify a financial counselor and academic advisor in writing through an email. You will only receive a full tuition refund up to 7 days before the course start date. Deposits are non-refundable 6 days or fewer before the course start date. Once the course start date passes, you will be responsible for all tuition fees.
Students are required to have a computer operating system with Windows to access training labs. The current lab environment does not support the Apple M1 chip.
Contact the QuickStart Admissions Team
If you want guidance on which field to choose, talk to our experts today! We help and support students who want to have well-established IT careers by matching their preferences and talents.
The University of California, Santa Barbara is committed to ensuring digital accessibility for people with disabilities. We are continually improving the user experience for everyone, and applying the relevant accessibility standards. If you still have questions or need assistance in determining which program may be the best choice in helping you attain your career goals, you can connect with an admissions advisor today at (805) 203-3490 or Admissions@quickstart.com. Visit here for information on our accessibility standards.