Remote Course Brings Devmountain to You

With our nicely priced remote courses, you can stay right where you are and access a Devmountain bootcamp from your living room.

Which Devmountain Remote Course Is Right for You?





Have questions? Talk with our friendly Admissions Team to get more details.

Who Should Enroll in Our Remote Courses?

At Devmountain we believe the best way to learn code quickly is to immerse yourself (mentally and physically) into a world where you eat, sleep, and breathe code, and we first and foremost recommend our in-person courses. However, we also realize for some people at some times, in-person simply isn’t an option.

  • Ideal for students who cannot come to campus because of family or health reasons.
  • A great option for people who have the discipline to log in each day and take accountability for their own learning.
  • A good option for those who will be proactive about reaching out to instructors or mentors if they are struggling or if they have feedback. 
  • Will work well for people who have access to a strong internet connection and a computer with a webcam. (Feel free to reach out to [email protected] if you don’t.) 
  • An alternative for those who might prefer an in-person option, but who do not want to put their lives on hold until quarantine or social distancing recommendations are lifted. 

Devmountain Remote Courses: What You Need to Know

Just because these bootcamps are remote doesn’t mean they aren’t challenging. This isn’t watching a bunch of videos while you check social media on your phone. In our remote classes, you will still cover all of the content taught in our immersive, in-person courses, and it will still take a lot of work to change your life by learning a new skill. (But the work is worth it. Trust us.)

Once you submit your application, you'll work with admissions to see if this Remote course is the right fit for you and your goals.



Important: You'll go to your virtual classroom each morning for attendance, and you will be expected to be available during class time.



Lectures will be delivered live, in real-time 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Mon-Fri for 13 weeks (full-time) or 6 p.m. - 9 p.m. Tue & Thur, and 9 p.m. - 2 p.m. Sat, for sixteen weeks (part-time). MDST time zone.



You will have real-time access to instructors and mentors via chat or teleconference, and you will be expected to participate remotely.



Our career counselors will help you prepare to find a job in the tech industry as a junior web developer, and they will talk with you remotely.



Devmountain housing is not included with our remote programs and access to our Career Services office is not included with the Part-time UX Design course. 




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