Udacity instructors prime you on computational skills, methods, and thought processes integral to programming. When you learn to code, countless doors are opened to you, allowing you to take full advantage of the growing digital economy. Product manager, app developer, technical writer, and user experience designer are just a few professions where programming and how to improve or create products are important. By the end of this Nanodegree, you will be able to easily create strings of code and have a solid handle on the ever-changing programming landscape.
Study 8 hrs/week and complete in 6-8 mo.
Based on US job data
We built this program with expert analysts and leading technology companies to ensure you master the skills needed to meet the requirements of industry.
Our experienced mentor network will return your project within 24 hours, with line-by-line comments and tips to ensure you are mastering the material.
Take advantage of free resume and online profile reviews. You’ll also receive access to our network of hiring partners, and prepare for hiring questions with mock interviews.
Work at your own pace, on your own schedule. You can even pause your subscription for when life gets busy or you need a short break.
Build a portfolio of industry-relevant projects. Upon graduation, you’ll have an array of example work to impress any employer.
Whether you're stuck on a project or confused by a concept in class, our mentors can answer any question in personal 1-on-1 sessions.
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