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How Our Classes Work

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Student Leaders

We train students leaders
over the summer and fall

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In-Depth Courses

Semester-long courses
in-person classes

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Project-Based

Learn by building real-
world projects

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Remote Access

Industry experts provide
remote technical support

Hear From Our Alumni

Drew Ronk

CodePath's unique emphasis on technical and soft skills is something I found very rewarding. The experiential learning involved with taking their Android Mobile Development course has altered my perception of the apps I use daily, and has led me to consider a career in Mobile.

Drew Ronk

Penn State University, Mobile App Design Spring 2020

Ayesha Parvez

The Android App Development course has helped me in more ways than I had imagined. In addition to creating some wonderful apps, I learnt to collaborate with my team on GitHub to create a group project. The availability of online tech support enabled me to work in my own time and my tech-fellows made the weekly lab assignments interesting and fun. In fact, the skills that I acquired in this course have helped me land a summer internship.

Ayesha Parvez

University of California, Irvine, Android Spring 2020

Albert Felix

After two years of going through the recruiting cycle and leaving with nothing but rejections, the Summer Interview Prep Course equipped me with the necessary skillset to land offers from five different companies. Thanks to CodePath, I will be interning at Twitter next summer!

Albert Felix

City College of New York, Intermediate Software Engineering Summer 2019

Angela Mei Li

I’ve always been fascinated with the hackers' world. It was lucky of me, against many other applicants, to be accepted into this course. Although it could be a bit challenging without prior basic knowledge, the lectures are quite informative. Every week we get to explore new topics and hacking concepts with practice. I believe some problems are close simulations of real-world scenarios. To anyone pursuing a career path in Cybersecurity, this course truly aligns with your passion.

Angela Mei Li

CUNY Baruch College, Cybersecurity Spring 2020

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Hackers Guide to

Cybersecurity

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

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  • Semester-long, Spring 2021
  • Cost: Free
  • 1-2 sessions a week; varies by campus or remote set-up
  • Project-based requires 5-10 hours/week
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For CS Majors

Professional iOS

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

DETAILS

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  • Semester-long, Spring 2021
  • Cost: Free
  • 1-2 sessions/week; varies by campus or remote set-up
  • Project-based requires 5-10 hours/week
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For CS Majors

Professional Android

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

DETAILS

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  • Semester-long, Spring 2021
  • Cost: Free
  • 1-2 sessions/week; varies by campus or remote set-up
  • Project-based requires 5-10 hours/week
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Virtual course for

Technical Interview Prep

Finish the summer in a virtual career fair with dozens of great companies!

This is a summer virtual course taught by professional engineers to help you ace technical interviewing and give you a preview of real-world software topics in industry. This course prepares you for solving challenging algorithm problems in real whiteboard and coding interviews at top companies. Includes lectures, labs, mock interview practice, and info sessions from industry experts.

DETAILS

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  • 12-weeks, virtual via Zoom, Summer 2021
  • Cost: Free
  • 2 sessions a week
  • Requires 10+ hours/week

Available at a Campus Near You

CodePath offers courses on over 25 campuses worldwide. If we don't have
a campus location that's convenient for you, please contact us about your campus!

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Frequently Asked Questions

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 support@codepath.org.

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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