Bethel Tech Review

Bethel Tech offers online coding bootcamps in topics like data science, UX/UI design, and web development. Bethel Tech's biblical foundations set it apart from many other bootcamp providers. Regardless of which technical discipline you choose to study, you'll also complete the Bethel Kingdom Core Foundations curriculum at the end of your bootcamp experience, which explores Christian teachings and scripture.

Graduates of Bethel Tech bootcamps may be able to transfer up to 27 credits toward their college education at select Christian universities, including Oral Roberts University, Simpson University, and William Jessup University. Most of these schools only grant credits for the full-stack web development bootcamp. However, William Jessup grants credits for all three Bethel Tech bootcamps.

Like many of the best coding bootcamps, Bethel Tech provides career services after graduation to help its students search for employment. A representative from the career services team will request a meeting with a student at least once every 30 days to make sure they are on track.

Bethel Tech expects its graduates to work to create a strong presence on social media, write a strong resume, attend networking events, and apply for jobs that match their qualifications.

This Bethel Tech review provides an overview of all three bootcamps offered by the company and attempts to answer questions you might have about attending a Bethel Tech bootcamp.

Bethel Tech Overview

Locations: Remote

Technical Disciplines: Data Science, UX/UI Design, Web Development

Payment Options: Installments, Loans, Upfront

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Bethel Tech Courses

Bethel Tech offers bootcamps in full-stack web development, UX/UI design, and data science. All three bootcamps provide over 1,000 hours of skills training in their respective areas, as well as the Kingdom Core Foundations module.

Data Science

  • Cost: $15,900
  • Learning Format: Online
  • Time Commitment: Part Time
  • Length: 33 Weeks

The data science bootcamp starts by covering basic statistics, including data types, probability, and statistical inference. Students learn about databases, data visualization, and data processing. The curriculum also covers intermediate statistics, big data, and machine learning. Students complete a group project near the end of the bootcamp.

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Full-Stack Web Development

  • Cost: $15,900
  • Learning Format: Online
  • Time Commitment: Part Time
  • Length: 33 Weeks

In this Bethel Tech coding bootcamp, students start by learning HTML and CSS before moving on to more advanced concepts. They also cover the fundamentals of programming using Java, JavaScript, or C#. Students explore front-end web frameworks, back-end foundations, and how to work with databases. One module focuses on mobile apps and responsive design, while another covers agile project management.

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UI/UX Design

  • Cost: $12,900
  • Learning Format: Online
  • Time Commitment: Part Time
  • Length: 33 Weeks

The UI/UX design bootcamp starts by delving into basic design principles, research methods, ideation, and strategy. Students explore languages and tools used in front-end web development, such as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. The bootcamp also teaches learners how to make wireframes, conduct rapid prototyping, and develop a personal portfolio.

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Bethel Tech Admissions Process

To qualify for admission to Bethel Tech, candidates must have a high school diploma or the equivalent and participate in an interview with a representative from the admissions department. Students under 18 years of age must have a parent's permission to enroll.

Non-native English speakers must take the TOEFL exam and receive an intermediate level score or higher in each area to qualify for admission.

Bethel Tech Payment Options

Bethel Tech coding bootcamp prices range from $12,900-$15,900. Bootcamp payment options include upfront, installments, and loans.


Instead of paying everything upfront, students may pay half of their tuition before the program starts and then half at their 17th week of attendance — halfway through the program.


For those who cannot pay upfront or in installments, Bethel Tech partners with several lenders who offer bootcamp loans with a variety of payment terms and interest rates. Students can also use their own third-party lenders.

Bethel Tech Student Outcomes

Bethel Tech reports that 85% of its graduates receive offers of employment within 120 days after graduation. It also reports an 80% student retention rate.

In general, student outcomes such as graduation rate, employment rate, and starting salary can be helpful in assessing bootcamp quality and comparing bootcamps. However, since bootcamps may use different methodologies and definitions when reporting their outcomes and there are no legally required universal reporting standards, prospective students should research any outcomes claimed by a bootcamp carefully and reach out to the bootcamp if they have questions.

Bethel Tech Student Outcomes

  • Outcomes From: Unspecified
  • Reporting Period: Unspecified

Graduation Rate

Employment Rate
for Graduates After 120 Days


Median Starting Salary
(for junior developers)

Frequently Asked Questions About Bethel Tech Coding Bootcamps

What is Bethel Tech?

Bethel Tech is a faith-based bootcamp provider that offers bootcamps in data science, UX/UI design, and full-stack web development. All bootcamps include a learning module which focuses on studying Christian scripture.

Is it hard to get into Bethel Tech?

Bethel Tech has an admissions process and does not accept every candidate. Prospective students must go through an interview process to gain admission to the bootcamp program. However, applicants do not need to have prior experience in coding.

Is Bethel Tech worth it?

The Bethel Tech coding bootcamp price is relatively close to the average bootcamp cost of $13,579. The full-stack and data science bootcamps cost $15,900 and the UX/UI bootcamp costs $12,900. Prospective students should consider cost, student outcomes, and their individual career goals when determining whether a bootcamp is worth it.

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