Summer Programming Bootcamp
The programming Bootcamp was developed to offer incoming students with limited or no programming experience the opportunity to receive introductory training in programming prior to the start of the MSBA program.
The eight-day course will cover introductory topics such as the following:
- R and RStudio
- Reading and visualizing data in R
- Data types
- Functions and if statements
If you are unsure whether participating in the Bootcamp is right for you we have created a series of sample questions for you to review. Please use this as a guide to determine if you would benefit from participating in the Bootcamp.
Is the Bootcamp Right for Me?
Not sure whether the programming bootcamp is for you? Here is a set of sample questions that you should be able to answer with ease after completing the bootcamp. Use it as a tool for you to determine whether the bootcamp is the right opportunity for you.
Summer 2021 Programming Bootcamp
Dates: June 21 – June 30
|Day 1||Day 2||Day 3||Day 4||Day 5|
|9:00 AM – 10:15 AM||Introduction to R and RStudio||Reading data and data Visualization||Data types||Functions; if-else statements||For loops|
|10:30 AM – 12:00 PM||Practice Lab||Practice Lab||Practice Lab||Practice Lab||Practice Lab|
*All bootcamp participants are required to attend the MSBA program orientation from July 1- 2.
*The schedule is subject to change, details will be released in June.
Is it required?
No, participation in the programming bootcamp is entirely optional. As the program has matured we have learned that students can always benefit from additional preparatory instruction in programming.
Is financial aid available?
The Bootcamp is a non-credit bearing course and as a result, financial aid is not available.
Will housing be provided?
Housing will not be provided to students during the bootcamp. We encourage students to explore the many housing options available to them here in Winston-Salem. For your convenience, we have developed a housing guide as a reference.