Front End Engineering

Our front-end program provides the necessary skills to build a career in front-end development. From UX/UI principles to strong foundations in HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, our curriculum provides the tools to build desktop, mobile and web apps. The FE curriculum also includes a unique series of sessions we call Gear Up: an intentional and continuously integrated part of the Turing curriculum designed to instill the purpose of our mission and aid the student body in building a diverse and inclusive community.


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Cameron Buscher

Software Developer

Labeling it a front-end program is almost selling it short. More than just learning to write JavaScript, I learned how to learn efficiently. The skills Turing gives students allow us to fit into any team and work in any codebase. After graduating, I felt confident in myself and prepared for anything.

Daniela Carey

Software Developer

Turing empowered me to change careers by giving me the skills I needed to be successful in my new software engineering career. Through the support of Turing staff, alumni, and fellow students, I gained both soft skills and technical experience that I now use every day on the job.

Stephanie Ospina

Software Developer

Ten months ago, I had a job with no benefits and no long term career path. Now, I'm a tech consultant for HP who travels across the country helping clients build applications. Some of our clients use Angular, some use React, and some even use Internet Explorer. Turing armed me with the fundamental problem solving skills to adapt to any tool and solve any problem.


Admissions for Turing School are always open, with a new cohort beginning every 7-8 weeks. We pride ourselves on opening the technology industry to a diverse array of backgrounds and talents, and evaluate all applicants for aptitude, growth mindset, passion, empathy, and grit. Are you ready to change your life?

Round 1


Apply here and fill out an application, including questions about yourself, submission of your resume and a logical quiz. The application typically takes 1-2 hours.

Just Your Basics

Questions include personal contact information and your desired program and start date.

Your Work History

There are no checkboxes or requirements, we accept either a resume or answers to a few short questions to learn more about you. It can only help you.

Logic Games

Writing code is about problem solving and puzzles. In this series of small exercises, you can demonstrate your aptitude for programming.

Round 2


If you're selected to move forward, we'll then setup a one-hour interview either in person or over a Google Hangout to assess your fit for the program. The interview is comprised of two parts and within a week following the interview, you'll be notified of the final decision.

Pairing Exercise

An aptitude exercise to gauge your likelihood of success in a highly collaborative programming environment.

Community Fit

Conversation to gauge your passion for computer programming and ability to contribute positively to our community.

Round 3

Cohort Selection

Cohorts for both programs begin approximately every 7 weeks. We suggest applying sooner rather than later to ensure you get a spot in the cohort of your choice. Space is limited to our classroom size and some cohorts fill up before the enrollment deadline!

Enrollment Deadline:
Cohort Start Date:

December 17, 2019

January 27, 2020

February 17, 2020

March 16, 2020

April 6, 2020

May 4, 2020

May 22, 2020

June 29, 2020

July 20, 2020

August 17, 2020

September 4, 2020

October 5, 2020

November 2, 2020

November 30, 2020

Tuition & Financing

Turing’s seven month, immersive program costs $20,000. You can secure your spot to jumpstart your career as a software engineer with us for as little as $1,200 up front and finance the rest if needed. We understand the very real barriers to financing continued education, and therefore are dedicated to working with you to develop a financial plan that works best. We partner with four lending providers that include cost-of-living expenses, offer diversity scholarships and inform potential students of various grants to apply for. Contact us to learn more about these options and customize a plan.

Sallie Mae

Loan Amount
Up to $34,000 (Up to $14,000 available for Living Expenses)
Monthly Payment
3 Options:
  1. 1) Choose to pay only $25.00 while in school.
  2. 2) Choose to make Interest Only payments while in school.
  3. 3) Make full payments
Loan Terms
60-180 Month Terms Available
From 6.24% - 13.35% APR. Apply for the Career Training Smart Option Student Loan.
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Loan Amount
Up to $27,000 (Up to $7000 available for Living Expenses)
Monthly Payment
3 Options:
  1. 1) Make no payments until 3 months after graduation.
  2. 2) Make interest only payments until 3 months after graduation.
  3. 3) Make full payments
Loan Terms
36-60 Month Terms Available
Use your transcript to enhance your credit and improve your loan term.
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Loan Amount
From $2,000 to $33,000 (up to $14,000 available for living expenses).
Monthly Payment
Range from $66 to $746.
Loan Terms
36 or 60 Month Terms Available
Same interest rates for all students: 8.99% & 10.99%.
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Loan Amount
Up to $22,500 ($19,000 for tuition, $3,500 for living expenses)
Monthly Payment
Ranging from $376 - $691.
Loan Terms
36-60 Month Terms Available
5% - 17% APR.
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Diversity Scholarship

Turing’s mission is to ensure more diversity in the technology field. We offer two scholarships of $4,000 per cohort for individuals underrepresented in the field. You must be enrolled to apply.


GI Bill

Turing is eligible to accept GI Bill® benefits, and many veterans have completed our program. Members of the military and their dependents can visit to learn more about the benefits we are able to accept. (Turing can offer an in-house financing plan if you are not approved for a loan.)



To learn more about programs, tuition, or the application process contact Erin Williams at [email protected].