Fast Track: iOS App Development
Design and Build iOS Apps this Spring
With over 1 billion active Apple devices in the world today, knowing how to create iOS apps has the potential to connect you with hundreds of millions of users worldwide. More and more, students are realizing how vital and valued it is to have iOS development skills and experience, especially if you want to make a difference within the tech industry.
Already have programming experience and want to learn the ins and outs of iOS development at blistering speed? This iOS for university program features twelve weeks of intense, project-focused iOS training inspired by CodePath professional bootcamps, built for our professional engineers and facilitated by CodePath-trained Teaching Assistants. Six intense projects give you the skills you need to build your own custom app and wow your peers, faculty, and industry professionals.
(Some Pre-Work Required! Register today and we will send the pre-program project your way.)
About the Program
Sessions meet on campus twice a week for two-hour lab and coding sessions. During the first half of the program, students build their skills through labs and projects using the APIs of popular apps like Tumblr, Yelp, and Twitter. Students then apply what they’ve learned during the second six weeks, working together in small teams to build a completely original app from the ground, up. The culmination of the program is a Demo Day event at which students present their finished products to an audience of peers, faculty, and industry professionals.
- Program Duration: 12 Weeks
- Pre-Work: One mini-project to ascertain coding level and orient participants.
- Activities and Assignments: Weekly app projects and labs + an original group app.
- Time Commitment: 5-10+ hours of work per week in addition to in-session time.
- Attendance: Students are expected to attend all in-person, twice-weekly sessions and labs.
- Required Materials: Because of the program subject, students must ensure they have access to a Mac device in order to complete their work.
- Coding Language: Swift.
- Cost: $299
Registration, PRE-WORK, and Payment
FIRST, you register with CodePath. Soon after, they'll email you the pre-work project to complete before the program begins. Upon completion of the project and acceptance by CodePath, THEN register on Handshake and pay the $299 fee.
WHO CAN APPLY FOR THIS PROGRAM?
Fast Track: iOS App Development is open to currently enrolled CS students and CS students who have graduated within the past year. Non-CS students with intermediate-advanced programming experience are also eligible.
IS THIS PROGRAM COMPLETELY ONLINE?
NO. Mandatory sessions meet in-person for 2 hours, twice per week.
IS THERE ANY EXPERT SUPPORT DURING THE PROGRAM IF I NEED IT?
Yes! Don’t understand a concept? The CodePath-trained facilitators will be there to answer your questions and check your work. CodePath itself also has an extensive knowledge base and community online that can help with questions or quandaries throughout the semester.
CodePath is the brainchild of two tech enthusiasts with a passion for teaching, Timothy Lee and Nathan Esquenazi.
CodePath has spent years training senior engineers and designers inside of companies like Facebook, Dropbox, and Google on the latest technologies in mobile and web development. They believe that bringing the same programs to universities and introducing modern technologies like iOS, Android, and Node.js in the context of building practical apps will complement the traditional computer science curriculum.
As students near graduation, this can also help expose and prepare them for the thousands of opportunities in tech companies in Silicon Valley as well as other tech hubs. However, this program is not just for existing computer science students. CodePath believes that introducing technology through building web and mobile apps will attract a diverse popu
CodePath is known for its extremely rigorous approach to learning that requires a monumental level of commitment and grit from students. CodePath University students are meant to be held to the same high standards as professional engineers, so that their learning can open the door to excellent professional opportunities.