You may have noticed universties around the country beginning to offer bootcamps of their own. It's not our way to speak ill of competitors, but we do want to provide some much needed transparency to prospective students evaluating these programs. The "university" bootcamps are (almost) all taught by the same 3rd party for-profit company. The employees you interact with (admissions team, instructors, teaching assistants, career services team) do not work for the university, but rather for the 3rd party company. The university simply lends its brand, color scheme, and then shares in the profit. Also, because the university receives as much as 50% of the profit, they have to pack far more students in the classroom to make it finacially viable for both parties.
Remember that it's not the color scheme on the certificate that gets you an interview, it's your portfolio and demonstrable skillset as a quality engineer. If you do evaluate a "university" bootcamp, make sure to find out who the instructors are, research the reviews of the company actually in charge of the program, and ask for verifiable student outcome reports. Here are ours: Atlanta | Houston