January 22, 2018 6:00 PM to April 25, 2018 9:30 PM
Brain Exchange, 1902 Howard Street, Omaha, NE

Love that ultimate control? In this course, you’ll learn the programming language that’s relied upon by corporations of all shapes and sizes.


This course provides you with all the information and training you need to start a career as a Java developer by providing practical knowledge and experience for real-world situations.  You’ll work with the front-end, to the server by creating web pages, to working with databases, and everything in between.  You’ll walk away from this course versatile enough to not only write code but effectively debug too as a promising junior team member and full-stack developer.


By the end of the course you’ll design and implement a fully functional web application using Eclipse as your Integrated Development Environment (IDE) and implement web pages using HTML5 and CSS3.  You’ll code interactive, dynamic web pages using JavaScript and jQuery. Finally, you’ll learn how to connect the client to the server by using AJAX to retrieve data.


This class meets 2 nights per week for 14 weeks at the AIM Brain Exchange at 1902 Howard Street in Omaha, NE.


We know how hard it can be to enter a new field after training, and the NCRC is an excellent (and free!) certification to help you stand out in the job search process. For those interested in getting job placement assistance through AIM Interface School, this certification must be obtained before placement services begin.

Students interested in taking this course should obtain a Gold level on the National Career Readiness Certificate. The National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC) is a portable credential that indicates that you have the foundational workplace skills needed to succeed in this career path. The free, 3-hour assessment consists of three core tests: Applied Mathematics, Locating Information, and Reading for Information.

You can find testing locations and upcoming dates as well as sign up for the free assessment here. Please have your scores for each section ready when you begin your application if possible.

This exam is required for potential students of any Interface School course unless:

  • You already work in the technology field, OR
  • You have 1 or more years of experience working in the technology field, OR
  • You will not be seeking placement support from Interface School.

You can inquire about whether or not you need to take this by emailing us here.


The tuition for this course includes your choice of either a Windows laptop or MacBook Air, which will be provided to you at least one week before the course begins and is yours to keep. If you already have a laptop you’d like to use, you’ll receive a discount of $1,000 from your tuition.


Jen Jost

After spending 14 years working in higher education, Jen Jost was ready for a change. She needed much more control over her own schedule.

Jen loved the technical aspects of her previous career, so she began exploring several code school options in Omaha and Lincoln. Ultimately, she felt unable to devote three months of her life to a full-time code school, so she chose Interface Web School for her education. Jen said, “It was intense, but not all-consuming. I can’t take off three months from life to be completely immersed in code school.” She took the Java Specialization Course with Kent Smotherman and now enjoys a successful freelancing career.