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An invaluable guide through the Cybersecurity world! I also appreciate the wonderful people I met both in my class and throughout the CodePath network.
City College of San Francisco, Spring 2017
Helped me advance my skills in ways I never imagined. CodePath not only empowered me to build amazing apps but also taught me how to work more efficiently in teams of engineers.
Howard University, Spring 2017
The focus on hands-on activities and real-life scenarios made for an awesome learning experience. I appreciated how the course was structured in a way that reflected the nature of Cybersecurity.
Howard University, Spring 2017
I met one of my co-founders during the iOS group project. CodePath gave us the tools necessary to turn our dream into a reality and as a result, we co-founded KindMind, a mental health tech start-up.
Fordham University, Spring 2016
Learn the secrets of hacking in the Facebook Cybersecurity course
The Cybersecurity Course is an on-campus program that will focus on teaching college students the mindset of a security professional along with the fundamentals of Cybersecurity, common application vulnerabilities, and hands-on practice focused on developing defensive applications. The curriculum was developed in partnership with Facebook and covers standard security fundamentals.
Spring 2020 campuses: Berea College, CUNY Baruch College, College of Staten Island, New York City College of Technology, San Jose State University, University of California - Irvine, University of Central Florida, University of Maryland - College Park
Learn how to design and build apps for your iPhone
Already have programming experience and want to learn the ins and outs of iOS development at blistering speed? This course features the same rigorous curriculum built for our professional engineers. Six intense projects give you the skills you need to build your own custom app and wow the crowd at demo day.
Spring 2020 campuses: CSU San Francisco State, CUNY Queens College, Michigan State University, San Jose State University, Texas A&M University - San Antonio, University of California - Irvine, University of California - San Diego, University of Florida
Learn how to design and build apps for any Android device
Already have programming experience and want to learn the ins and outs of Android development at blistering speed? This semester-long course is an intense, project-focused Android training inspired by our professional bootcamps & facilitated by CodePath-trained Teaching Assistants.
Spring 2020 campuses: Berea College, CUNY Queens College, California State University, Monterey Bay, Tougaloo College, University of North Texas
A first look at building apps for iPhone or Android
This free, hands-on workshop series will introduce you to iOS or Android app design and development and will be integrated with industry mentors from companies in Silicon Valley. Students will meet online on Saturdays to complete either a coding lab or participate in group activities such as product brainstorming, wireframing, and more.
Requirements: Must currently be attending a US college as a Freshman or Sophomore student. Must have familiarity with at least one programming language.
The class is free for students. We work closely with a number of partners who help us cover the costs of the program.
We are working with colleges and universities to provide our courses for credit as they are currently at Purdue University. We need a CS professor to sponsor the class in order to offer our programs for credit. If you can help, reach out to us at email@example.com.
The CodePath team will carefully select and mentor a group of student leaders (TAs) who will help facilitate a class of students. We have created and tested extensive learning materials including pre-recorded video lectures and online documentation to help with the homework. In addition, professional experts will be available to answer student questions online about lecture materials as well as the homework.
You should set aside 5-10 hours per week for this class. This includes 1 session per week (2 hours) and homework (4-8 hours). The class will last 12 weeks. For colleges on the quarter system, the course will overlap between Winter and Spring quarters. No mandatory sessions will be held over Spring Break.
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