We cap our classes at 18 students. All of our instructors have years of teaching and development experience.Learn more about our program
Graduate with a diverse portfolio. Along with your own projects, you'll work with companies to gain valuable real-world experience.Learn more about our projects
Don't pay us until you've got a job. With our deferred tuition model, you don't pay us until you're making at least $60,000 as an engineer.How to pay for Rithm
Multiple weeks of our program are devoted to the job search and we have a dedicated Career Services Manager throughout and after the program.Learn about our Job Support
Our program is challenging and we are selective, but we do the hard work in admissions and intend for every student who is admitted to graduate.Learn about our Admissions Process
We understand that burnout is real, and we create an experience that is sustainable for our students and staff. Our program runs from 9:30-5:30pm.See what our Alumni are Saying
Average data is based on 2021 graduates of our Full Stack Engineering Program from Rithm's 21st, 22nd, and 23rd cohorts. Data as of April 2022. 36 out of 38 enrolled students successfully completed the course and graduated. Placements are defined as those hired into full time roles in the field of software engineering with a salary of at least $60K (salary includes only base compensation and excludes bonuses, equity, relocation, and any other non-base compensation), plus a small percentage (8.33%) of graduates who were selected to join the Rithm instructional and engineering teams. Average starting salary and placement times are from the same population of placements.
I almost never had to wait to get an answer to a question.
Rithm has some of the best instructors that you will come across.
I honestly don't believe I could've learned more in any other environment.