National American U Turns to Private Partner for Coding Bootcamp Curriculum

National American University has partnered with a private company to offer a 10-week coding bootcamp at its Lewisville campus.

Using curriculum from RefactorU, the new bootcamp is designed to provide students the skills and knowledge to become and entry-level web developer. Topics covered include HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, databases, web design and web security.

"Our success and our commitment to students are rooted in the belief that quality educational opportunities should exist for every person who desires them," said Ronald Shape, president and CEO of National American University, in a prepared statement. "National American University is thrilled to offer a program with RefactorU's highly respected curriculum."

"RefactorU is delighted to work with National American University on this effort," said Sean Daken, founder & CEO of RefactorU, in a news release. "National American University's 75-year history of providing top-notch career education to thousands of students is laudable. RefactorU is honored to help National American University accelerate the learning and development of its current and future creatives, makers, and technologists."

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