Android Developer Course Starts January 23, 2014 -->
NJIT Continuing Professional Education is offering a valuable, in-demand training course in
This innovative online android OS app development course is structured so that it offers solid support and guidance from an NJIT expert instructor, who is online throughout the learning process. In the beginning, students are given enough time to prepare the development environment and to weed out any problems prior to the real programming. A weekly assignment is required, motivating the student to follow the materials in the main reference textbooks for timely submission. The assignments also help the instructor to gauge the students’ comprehension of materials. As the weekly assignments become more complicated, ample support is given to the students through scheduled live chats with the course instructor, IRC chat rooms and forum discussions. Students also can expect to receive emails from the online instructor as another way to receive assistance with specific questions and issues. The training course’s capstone is the design by students of a final new project application. This not only affirms that new learning has occurred, but also is a trial run of the students’ ability to develop Android OS apps as an entrepreneur or for their employer.
General Course Information:
Watch an iOS and Android Design and Development Information Session to learn more highlights of the Android Developer and the iOS Design courses at NJIT.
Course Length: 30 hours over 8 weeks
Format: Online with instruction
Upcoming Start Date:
Completion of this (non-credit) course earns each student 3 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) from
Two Required Text books: Professional Android 4 Application Development and Java 2: The Complete Reference
Additionally, the NJIT online iOS (iPhone & iPad) Application Development course starts on
NJIT, New Jersey's science and technology university, enrolls more than 9,558 students pursuing bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees in 120 programs. The university consists of six colleges:
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