There are six freeCodeCamp certificates:

  • Responsive Web Design
  • Algorithms and Data Structures
  • Front End Libraries
  • Data Visualization
  • APIs and Microservices
  • Information Security and Quality Assurance

Each certificate curriculum should take approximately 300 hours to complete, and includes 5 required projects, while other challenges are optional.

The Full Stack Development Program Certificate

Upon completion of all six certificates, the freeCodeCamp Full Stack Development Program Certificate will be issued. This final distinction signifies completion of approximately 1,800 hours of coding and completion of 30 projects that expose participants to a wide range of web development tools.

For more information about freeCodeCamp, please visit about.freecodecamp.org.

For more information about the new certification program, see this forum post.

Legacy Certifications

There are also Legacy Certifications which were deleted when they became outdated, but you can still find all the projects on freecodecamp, and the challenges can still be completed. If you were working on the cirriculum before it changed, you can still complete them and earn your legacy certificate.

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