UX/UI Design Bootcamp

1:1 Industry Mentorship
Learn On Your Own Schedule
Unlimited Support Until You Land A Job

Program Details

Next Cohort Starts

Apr 17, 2023
 - 
May 12, 2023.
Flex
Application Deadline 
Apr 10, 2023

Upcoming Dates

22-Q4-UXDB
23-Q1-UXDB-35
23-Q1-UXDB-36
23-Q1-UXDB-37
23-Q2-UXDB-38
23-Q2-UXDB-39
23-Q2-UXDB-40
User experience and user interface design fields are quickly growing, with more opportunity than ever before. This bootcamp equips you with the skillset you need to excel in both fields and think like a UX/UI professional.

There has never been a better time to learn user experience design than right now. For anyone interested in a career as a UX designer, the employment demand for these skills is at an all-time high and is showing no signs of slowing down.

Learn Both UX & UI Design 

The process of creating the outward-facing appearance of a website or application is referred to as user interface (UI) design, while the process of gathering research and using data to inform design decisions is referred to as user experience (UX) design. In this program, you will learn both. 

What does a UX designer do? 

UX designers are responsible for making sure that the design, features, and functionality of a product satisfy its customers by combining design strategy, testing, and research. 

What does a UI designer do? 

UI designers combine visual and digital design skills with systematic thinking to create the interface of a product, such as the design of a website, application, or touchscreen device. 

Top 25
Best Jobs in the US
UX Designer is the #24 best job in America based on earning potential (median salary), job satisfaction, and job opening.
$96,445
U.S. Average Salary
UX Designers make an average of $46 an hour in America. This data is derived from both employer job postings and third party data sources.
60+
Hiring Partners
We partner with growing companies to help our graduates connect with employers that are interested in hiring our students.
91%
Employment Rate
Our bootcamps equip student with skills and credentials they need to succeed. On average, Bootcamp graduates receive gainful employment in 150 days.*
37.5%
Increase in Salary
Software Development Graduates saw an average increase of $15,000 in annual compensation.*
200+
Community Members
By joining a Bootcamp powered by Upright, learners get access to a partnership network of alumni, hiring partners, mentors, and more.
*Based on 2018-2021 Outcomes Report provided by our partner Bootcamp, Upright Education. All outcomes listed on this site are that of Upright Education's. Upright Education and Bergen Community College share the same curriculum, instruction, and employer partners.

Flex Learning Schedule

Learn the skills you need to launch your career without quitting your job. You will meet regularly with your cohort instructor through 1:1 sessions, group projects, and design reviews. This part-time bootcamp is roughly 24 weeks long. Students should expect to work anywhere between 15-20 hours/week.

Curriculum Overview

Pre-Course Work: Prior to the start of your training, you are expected to work through the materials provided by the instructor. This includes assigned videos, readings, lectures, as well as a pre-course assessment.

Unit 1: Design Process Part 1: Design Iterations 

Estimated Time to Completion: 120 Hours 

In this unit, you will learn how to execute everything from rudimentary sketches to high-fidelity wireframes, and take into consideration the basics of visual design throughout the many stages involved in bringing a product to life. 

Unit 2: UX Foundations 

Estimated Time to Completion: 80 Hours 

What does a User Experience Designer actually do? What is Design Thinking? In this unit, you will explore answers to these questions while acquiring a foundational understanding of this field of practice. 

Unit 3: Design Process Part II: Context 

Estimated Time to Completion: 40 Hours 

Before putting pen to paper or pixel to prototype, a designer must demonstrate a thorough understanding of the problem they are solving and the intended beneficiary of that product. Learn strategies for determining stakeholders and identifying existing pain points. 

Unit 4: Design Process Part III: Research 

Estimated Time to Completion: 56 Hours 

Collect qualitative and quantitative data using research methods to inform design decisions. Determine which methods are most effective in a variety of different scenarios. 

Unit 5: Design Process Part IV: Evaluation 

Estimated Time to Completion: 64 Hours  

Use research to draw conclusions and prepare to present your data to stakeholders. Decide how to best translate insights into action by constructing user personas, journey maps, and other industry deliverables that will add depth and meaningful narrative to your portfolio. 

Unit 6: Design Process Part V: Testing 

Estimated Time to Completion: 32 Hours 

Testing is a crucial step in designing a product. It provides the designer the opportunity to discover ways to improve the design and learn more about the users. In this unit, you will learn how to facilitate usability tests and how to apply the results of testing to improve your designs. 

Unit 7: Succeeding as a Designer 

Estimated Time to Completion: 48 Hours 

Discover techniques to professionally display and deliver your work to employers. You will finish building your portfolio and stacking your online profiles with the projects that you have created throughout the course. 

Capstone Presentation: 

Estimated Time to Completion: 40 Hours 

Throughout the course, you'll work with your peers to build and design applications with real clients in an iterative, agile process. In the final days of your training, you'll put the finishing touches on your capstone product, which you'll then present to friends, family, and potential employers. 

Download Course Syllabus

Find specific information on course content here.
User experience and user interface design fields are quickly growing, with more opportunity than ever before. This bootcamp equips you with the skillset you need to excel in both fields and think like a UX/UI professional.

Details

Program Times

Upcoming Dates

22-Q4-UXDB
23-Q1-UXDB-35
23-Q1-UXDB-36
23-Q1-UXDB-37
23-Q2-UXDB-38
23-Q2-UXDB-39
23-Q2-UXDB-40
students at a wooden desk with notebooks and pen

There has never been a better time to learn user experience design than right now. For anyone interested in a career as a UX designer, the employment demand for these skills is at an all-time high and is showing no signs of slowing down.

Learn Both UX & UI Design 

The process of creating the outward-facing appearance of a website or application is referred to as user interface (UI) design, while the process of gathering research and using data to inform design decisions is referred to as user experience (UX) design. In this program, you will learn both. 

What does a UX designer do? 

UX designers are responsible for making sure that the design, features, and functionality of a product satisfy its customers by combining design strategy, testing, and research. 

What does a UI designer do? 

UI designers combine visual and digital design skills with systematic thinking to create the interface of a product, such as the design of a website, application, or touchscreen device. 

96%
Graduation Rate
Our robust programs are designed to support students from all backgrounds to succeed in today's tech industry.*
91%
Placement Rate
We equip student with skills and credentials they need to succeed. On average, bootcamp graduates receive gainful employment in 150 days.*
37.5%
Salary Increase
Software Development Graduates saw an average increase of $15,000 in annual compensation.*
61
Hiring Partners
We partner with growing companies to help our graduates connect with employers that are interested in hiring our students.*
*2018-2021 Outcomes Report is provided by our partner Bootcamp, Upright Education. All outcomes listed on this site are that of Upright Education's. Upright Education and Rutgers Camden's courses share the same curriculum, instruction, and employer partners.
60+
Hiring Partners
We partner with growing companies to help our graduates connect with employers that are interested in hiring our students.
$65,524
Average Starting Salary
The average total compensation for an entry-level UX Designer with less than 1 year experience, according to PayScale, is $65,524 (based on 313 salaries).
200+
Community Members
By joining a Bootcamp powered by Upright, learners get access to a partnership network of alumni, hiring partners, mentors, and more.
Project-Based Learning
Individual and team-based projects prepare you to work in a real career environment. Create work to build your portfolio.
Cutting-Edge Curriculum
We teach the most relevant skills and tools while combining user experience design with user interface design.
Expert Instructors
Our expert instructors guide your learning, providing you the opportunity to ask questions, collaborate with others and have a personalized learning experience.
Learn
We measure learning outcomes and track student job placement. Our most recent 2020 Outcomes Report details a 91% employment rate for job-seeking graduates.
Build
Individual and team-based projects prepare you to work in a real development environment. Create work to build your portfolio and impress your future boss.
Grow
We teach JavaScript, the most widely used programming language in the world. Our curriculum teaches only the most in-demand and innovative technologies.

Tuition, Grants & Scholarships

$9,500
After $500 Deposit
We don't want financing to get in the way of your new career. Let us know if you need tuition assistance and we will find a solution that works for you!
Up to $7,000
In Grants & Scholarships
Nearly 55% of learners receive grants & scholarships to cover the cost of their tuition.

Financing Your Share of the Tuition

$330/month
Bootcamp Loans
Available for qualifying participants. You can apply for a loan through our partner, Ascent. Use the Budgeting Calculator to design a plan that works best for you.
$0 Down
Pay When You’re Hired
Pay back your tuition in manageable monthly installments only once you’ve landed a job making $35,000 per year or more. See how you can access the Income Share Agreement program.
$750/month
Pay In Installments
0% interest with 12 month payment plan using EdAid. Payments due at the beginning of each month.
$9,000
After $500 Deposit
We don't want financing to get in the way of your new career. Let us know if you need tuition assistance and we will find a solution that works for you!
Up to $7,000
In Grants & Scholarships
Nearly 55% of learners receive grants & scholarships to cover the cost of their tuition.

Financing Your Share of the Tuition

$330/month
Bootcamp loans
Available for qualifying participants. You can apply for a loan through our partner, Ascent. Use the Budgeting Calculator to design a plan that works best for you.
$0 Down
Pay When You’re Hired
Pay back your tuition in manageable monthly installments only once you’ve landed a job making $35,000 per year or more. See how you can access the Income Share Agreement program.
$750/month
Pay In Installments
0% interest with 12 month payment plan using EdAid. Payments due at the beginning of each month.
$4,000
Full Tuition
We don't want financing to get in the way of your new career. Let us know if you need tuition assistance and we will find a solution that works for you!
$4,000
Pathways Scholarship
Graduates who successfully complete a Career Ignition program are eligible for a $4,000 scholarship that can be applied toward a Career Bootcamp.
$300/month
Ignition Loans
Available for qualifying participants. You can apply for a loan through our partner, Ascent. Use the Budgeting Calculator to design a plan that works best for you.
$2,700
After $500 Deposit
We don't want financing to get in the way of your new career. Let us know if you need tuition assistance and we will find a solution that works for you!
Up to $2,000
In Grants & Scholarships
Nearly 55% of learners receive grants & scholarships to cover the cost of their tuition.

Tuition, Grants & Scholarships

$99/month
Bootcamp Loans
Available for qualifying participants. You can apply for a loan through our partner, Ascent. Use the Budgeting Calculator to design a plan that works best for you.
$0 Down
Pay After Your'e Hired
Pay back your tuition in manageable monthly installments only once you’ve landed a job making $35,000 per year or more. See how you can access the Income Share Agreement program.
$250/month
Pay In Installments
0% interest with 12 month payment plan using EdAid. Payments due at the beginning of each month.

What Bergen’s Bootcamps offer

Our program approaches development by including study of the most up-to-date and widely-used languages and frameworks that are being used by institutions and companies right now.

Professional Teachers

Our course professors have the experience necessary to keep you inspired and engaged in the topics at hand during this live online course.

Hands-On Experience

You'll spend the bootcamp working alongside your peers to build real technology; we prefer to teach through projects and exercises rather than walking our students through textbooks.

Job-Ready Curriculum

The focus of our bootcamp is readying our students for the job market, so you'll finish the course able to apply what you've learned in a professional setting.

Career Services & Networking

Our career coaching and networking services are prepared to give students 1-on-1 guidance to equip you with application best practices.

Program Overview

Design for today's digital world

Learn design skills for today's digital world and launch your technology career with Concordia University. This Bootcamp is recognized by employers and educators as a career-ready program.

Expert 1:1 Mentoring

Our expert instructors guide your learning, providing you the opportunity to ask questions, collaborate with others and have a personalized learning experience.

Hands-On Experience

Your capstone project will be sponsored by a real client from a company or organization that has a design problem. You'll spend the bootcamp working alongside your peers to build real technology; we prefer to teach through projects and exercises rather than walking our students through textbooks.

Projects & Portfolio

The focus of our bootcamp is readying our students for the job market, so you'll finish the course able to apply what you've learned in a professional setting.

Career Services & Networking

A wide range of resources will help you launch your next career, including unlimited 1-on-1 career coaching, live workshops, and detailed online resources!

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Curriculum Overview

Pre-Course Work: Prior to the start of your training, you are expected to work through the materials provided by the instructor. This includes assigned videos, readings, lectures, as well as a pre-course assessment.

1

Unit 1: Design Process Part 1: Design Iterations 

Estimated Time to Completion: 120 Hours 

In this unit, you will learn how to execute everything from rudimentary sketches to high-fidelity wireframes, and take into consideration the basics of visual design throughout the many stages involved in bringing a product to life. 

2

Unit 2: UX Foundations 

Estimated Time to Completion: 80 Hours 

What does a User Experience Designer actually do? What is Design Thinking? In this unit, you will explore answers to these questions while acquiring a foundational understanding of this field of practice. 

3

Unit 3: Design Process Part II: Context 

Estimated Time to Completion: 40 Hours 

Before putting pen to paper or pixel to prototype, a designer must demonstrate a thorough understanding of the problem they are solving and the intended beneficiary of that product. Learn strategies for determining stakeholders and identifying existing pain points. 

4

Unit 4: Design Process Part III: Research 

Estimated Time to Completion: 56 Hours 

Collect qualitative and quantitative data using research methods to inform design decisions. Determine which methods are most effective in a variety of different scenarios. 

5

Unit 5: Design Process Part IV: Evaluation 

Estimated Time to Completion: 64 Hours  

Use research to draw conclusions and prepare to present your data to stakeholders. Decide how to best translate insights into action by constructing user personas, journey maps, and other industry deliverables that will add depth and meaningful narrative to your portfolio. 

Download Course Syllabus

Find specific information on course content here.

two people huddled around a computer working through something on the screen

Unlimited Career Support

Until You Land a Job
We know that the ultimate goal for Bootcamp graduates is a new career that is more fulfilling and higher paying! That is why we’ve designed a practical career strategy that is designed specifically for technology roles.
1:1 Career Coaching
Learn best-practices for developing your resume, LinkedIn profile, interview strategy, negotiation skills, and professional communication.
Work Portfolio
Beyond comprehending the technical curriculum, you will create an individual portfolio that showcases your projects, artifacts, and new skills.
Job Search Strategy
Work with a career coach for individual guidance on how to develop your professional background and apply to jobs that you actually like.
Professional Networking
Attend networking events and discover new communities for people in your industry. Meet hiring partners, mentors, and industry experts.

Unlimited Career Support

Until You Land a Job
We know that the ultimate goal for Bootcamp graduates is a new career that is more fulfilling and higher paying! That is why we’ve designed a practical career strategy that is designed specifically for technology roles.
1:1 Career Coaching
Learn best-practices for developing your resume, LinkedIn profile, interview strategy, negotiation skills, and professional communication.
Industry Certifications
Beyond comprehending the technical curriculum, you will receive over 5 certifications to verify your skills.
Job Search Strategy
Work with a career coach for guidance on how to develop your professional background and apply to jobs that you actually like.
Professional Networking
Attend networking events and discover new communities for people in your industry. Meet hiring partners, mentors, and industry experts.

Unlimited Career Support

Until You Land a Job
We know that the ultimate goal for Bootcamp graduates is a new career that is more fulfilling and higher paying! That is why we’ve designed a practical career strategy that is designed specifically for technology roles.
Interview Prep & Coaching
Getting an interview is the first step to getting hired. Learn how to navigate these tricky conversations and prepare for technical interviews.
Portfolio Building
Discover techniques to professionally display your work to employers. Start by building your portfolio and stacking your online profiles with the projects that you create throughout the course.
Resume & Cover Letter
Your professional image matters. How you represent yourself on your resume, through a cover letter, and online is crucial to giving potential employers an accurate and enticing first impression of your skills and capabilities.
Compensation Negotiation
Negotiating your salary can be an uncomfortable situation. Professional coaching helps you learn the best strategies to negotiate fair compensation when discussing an offer.