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MicroMasters Program in Professional Android Developement (Galileo University)

edX MicroMasters Programs
Online Part time 20 weeks January 2017 USA Cambridge

Become a professional Android Developer as you learn, alongside Google Developer Experts, how to create successful Apps. [+]

Best Part time Masters in Wireless Communication 2017. Average Length: 4 weeks per course Effort: 8-10 hours per week, per course Number Of Courses: 5 Courses in Program Subject: Computer Science Institution: Galileo University Institution Offering Credit: Galileo University Language: English Video Transcripts: Spanish, English Price (USD): $200 per course Become a professional Android Developer as you learn, alongside Google Developer Experts, how to create successful Apps. Learn all about Android Application Development and get prepared to take the Google Associate Android Developer Certification Exam. Progress from the basic concepts to the best professional practices in a unique way that will inspire you to be a great Android developer. You will learn, from Google Developer Experts, Java and object oriented programming concepts, including classes, interfaces, inheritance, polymorphism You will also learn advanced skills, such as adding maps & location based services, photo, video and integrating with other applications. You will be given code examples during instruction to help you work towards the final Capstone project, which is to develop your own app. The Capstone project will certify your Android App Development abilities and allow your skills to be recognized by corporations around the globe. This MicroMasters Program will prepare you for the Google Associate Android Developer Certification Exam, and give you the opportunity to earn credit and put you on an accelerated path to an Information Technology Masters. Job Outlook The average base salary for Android Developer is $89,651 per year, ranging from $68,553 to $112,020. (source: The estimated total number of Android devices in the hands of consumers, as of December 2014, according to, lies north of 1.6 billion. This is a staggering amount, and a very large potential market of users. Exciting career opportunities as an Android App Developer, Android Engineer, Quality Assurance (Android), Android UX Engineer, Design. What You'll Learn: Understand how writing, compiling, and running basic Java applications using basic algorithms, developing programs with conditionals and loops and design and implement recursive algorithms. Understand Android architecture and the key principles underlying its design. Identify different techniques to plan, design and prototype your mobile apps before writing any code. Apply material design principles to build compelling, beautiful interfaces for your Android apps, building layouts using XML and using Java code. Create applications using the new version of Firebase. Understand the use of Model-View-Presenter (MVP). Understand how to integrate with third-party API (Twitter, Facebook). Test Android-based mobile applications using Android testing tools. Understand how to monetize Android apps to earn money in the Android market. MicroMasters Program Details How To Earn Your MicroMasters Credential Successfully complete and earn a Verified Certificate in all four courses and the final Capstone Project. Take Your Credential To The Next Level Combine your MicroMasters Credential with the Information Technology Master. With a MicroMasters Credential in hand, students interested in continuing their studies at Galileo University may apply to the full Information Technology master’s program. (Earn 18 University Credits, equivalent to 25% of Master’s courses.) Courses Java Fundamentals for Android Development Gain entry-level skills and knowledge in Java fundamentals and an intro to Android Studio for a strong foundation in Android Apps. Android App Development for Beginners Learn the Android app development process from Google experts. Professional Android App Development Google Developer Experts show you how to become a Professional Android App Developer. Monetize Android Apps with Business Models Create profitable Apps using proven business models and earn money by developing your Android App using AdMob. Android Developer Capstone Project: Building a Successful Android App Demonstrate and implement the knowledge and skills acquired in the Android Developer MicroMasters. What is a MicroMasters Program? Developed to advance a career and born from Master's programs of leading universities, MicroMasters programs are a series of higher-level courses recognized by companies for real job relevancy, and may accelerate a Master's degree. [-]

Master in Wireless Communications

Universitat Pompeu Fabra Barcelona
Campus Part time 1 - 2 years September 2017 Spain Barcelona

Wireless communications have played a key role in the last two decades as the main driver of innovation and economic growth in various spheres of society. [+]

Wireless communications have played a key role in the last two decades as the main driver of innovation and economic growth in various spheres of society. The integration of wireless communications with the Internet has both revolutionized how the former are used and conditioned their development, requiring continuous technological innovation to meet the needs of both users and applications. The Interuniversity Master in Wireless Communications draws on the research experience of both the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC) and Pompeu Fabra University (UPF) to offer a fresh, modern view of both current and future wireless communication technologies, addressing all those theoretical and practical aspects deemed relevant to the training of future researchers in the field. Objectives This master's programme aims to train the professionals who will develop the wireless communication systems of the future. Through a blend of theory and practice, the programme offers the necessary scientific and technological training to enable graduates to go on to pursue a career in research, whether in academia or the private sector. Who is it for? This master's programme is aimed at candidates with an engineering degree in the field of information and communication technologies seeking to hone their research skills in the field of wireless communications. Structure This research-oriented programme offers subjects covering both theory and practice. Students must complete 30 credits' worth of compulsory subjects, 20 credits' worth of optional subjects and a master's degree final project worth 10 credits. The master's programme can be completed in one year, if taken full-time, or two, if taken part-time. Part-time students will also be able to take complementary subjects from undergraduate engineering programmes or additional subjects from the master's programme. The part-time option is recommended for students who do not have a four-year degree in computer science or electrical engineering or an equivalent background. Content The master's programme covers the following aspects: Wireless communication (propagation, modulation, coding, medium access). Communication networks (TCP/IP). Mathematical modelling, simulation and analysis of communication systems. Radio spectrum management. Long-term evolution (LTE) and evolution towards 5G. RFID, WSN and WLAN networks. Internet of Things (IoT) and M2M communications. Network security and cryptography. Mobile app development. Knowledge, skills and competences acquired Ability to plan and carry out research and development plans. Ability to use existing wireless channel models, identifying the main features and parameters thereof, as well as the situations in which they can be used. Ability to analyse the main modulation/demodulation and coding techniques used in wireless communication systems, understanding the trade-offs between bit rate, power and bandwidth. Ability to apply the main techniques for accessing and sharing the radio spectrum available for the design of communication protocols, including radio resource planning techniques, while at the same time justifying the pros and cons of each one in terms of efficiency, flow, delay and fairness. Ability to model, analyse and simulate random systems using tools from discrete and continuous stochastic processes, including aspects of information theory and queuing theory, and to formulate and solve optimization problems. Ability to analyse how network and transport protocols work in mobile networks, with regard to both radio and fixed networks. Ability to evaluate the features of mobile communication systems and networks using analytical, simulation and prototyping techniques. Ability to dimension high-performance networks from the base station sites and access points to the requisite radio spectrum and interconnection networks. Ability to analyse, model and design protocol architectures, mechanisms and features for mobile networks, including the interconnection between heterogeneous networks. Ability to develop services and applications for mobile devices and networks, including security aspects, distributed knowledge management, and multimedia information. Ability to analyse, understand and apply the resulting knowledge to the mobile telecommunications sector as a whole, as well as to its key players, their relationships and their evolution, including aspects related to technological developments and the mobile communications market. Ability to identify and apply the research methods, techniques and resources specific to research in the field of wireless and mobile communications. Ability to abstract, conceptualize and communicate creative and innovative technological solutions, as well as research findings. Career prospects Graduates of this master's programme may enrol on a doctoral programme or join research and/or development teams at companies specialized in wireless communications (mobile applications, network planning, network architecture design, communication protocols and systems, etc.). [-]