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The CodePath iOS course was structured in a way that facilitates learning while providing the support needed. Concepts covered in the course are mostly fundamental to iOS development and were frequently employed in iOS apps. Overall, it is a valuable learning experience in which you can learn through hand-on activities.
CUNY Hunter College, iOS Spring 2020
My experience at CodePath was by far the most significant experience I’ve had in college. Before CodePath I had no idea what I wanted to do with tech I just knew I wanted to be in it. The future was still very hazy and I was getting anxiety because I was worried I wasn’t going to succeed despite being at a great university. After CodePath, I continued working on my final project for that class and applied to be part of The Basement at UCSD’s summer incubator program where I evolved my project into a startup. I have never been more confident in what I want to do now and it’s all thanks to CodePath.
University of California, San Diego, iOS Spring 2019
My experience with CodePath at UCI was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. When I joined and saw that my instructors were just other students I knew this would be an environment where I would be able to learn without the stresses of school. Throughout the course, I was able to learn valuable skills about app development and industry skills that are not usually part of the school curriculum. During the end of the course, I got the opportunity to build my own app and potentially showcase it to companies. Apart from the classes, CodePath hosted a networking event where I got the opportunity to speak with industry professionals for the first time without the crowds of events like job fairs and improve my networking skills.
University of California, Irvine, Android Spring 2020
I still remember the traumatizing experience I had when I had the first technical interview two years ago. Now with offers from major tech companies in hand, I really thank CodePath for preparing me not only as a better candidate, but also as a better communicator and a problem solver. The structure of the course and the quality contents are very rare to find, and it is unbelievable how I grew so much during the summer with nothing having to be paid out of my pocket.
Bryn Mawr College, Intermediate Software Engineering Summer 2019
Learn the secrets of hacking in the CodePath 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 2021 campuses: Arizona State University, Benedict College, California State University - Los Angeles, California State University - Northridge, Columbia University, CUNY - Hunter College, CUNY - Queens College, Dartmouth College, Emporia State University, Indiana University - Bloomington, Merritt College, North Carolina A&T State University, Oakland University, San Diego State University, San Jose State University, Southern University and A&M College, SUNY - Plattsburgh, Texas A&M University - San Antonio, University of California - Berkeley, University of Florida - Gainesville, University of Maryland - College Park, University of Pennsylvania, University of Texas - Dallas
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 2021 campuses: Alabama A&M University, California State University - Monterey Bay, City College of New York, College of Southern Nevada, CUNY - College of Staten Island, CUNY - Hunter College, Earlham College, Howard University, Illinois Institute of Technology, Michigan State University, Pennsylvania State University, Purdue University, Rice University, San Jose State University, Stony Brook University, University of California - Berkeley, University of California - Irvine, University of California - Merced, University of California - Santa Barbara, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, University of San Francisco
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 2021 campuses: Alabama State University, Bloomfield College, Bryn Mawr College, California State Polytechnic University - Pomona, California State University - East Bay, California State University - Monterey Bay, City College of New York, CUNY - Hunter College, CUNY - Queens College, Delaware State University, Faulkner University, Fisk University, Florida A&M University, Florida International University, Florida State University, Irvine Valley College, Morehouse College, Morgan State University, New Jersey Institute of Technology, New York Institute of Technology, Pennsylvania State University, Philander Smith College, SUNY - Plattsburgh, University of California - Irvine, University of California - Riverside, University of Texas - Arlington, University of the District of Columbia, Virginia Tech, Winston Salem State University
Learn the basics of how to build software products
Part entrepreneurship, part design, and part coding, this course will provide students an introduction to the different aspects of software engineering and mobile app development. Learn the fundamentals of building new mobile apps including product planning, defining user stories and designing screen flows, taught by engineers from Silicon Valley. Students will also participate in industry panels featuring guest speakers from companies such as Slack, Pinterest, Facebook and others. Many of our students who complete course will proceed onward to take our more advanced iOS and Android mobile development courses, or apply the knowledge they gain in this course to other concentrations.
Requirements: Freshmen and Sophomores interested in majoring or minoring in Computer Science or other forms of Computing or STEM subjects. Students who have already taken an Intro to CS course or know the basics of a programming language (e.g. for loops, if statements).
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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