Below are some of our standardised courses related to this study pathway. We can create custom courses together as well. Just let us know your needs.
Within the Software Engineering major, we create internships for organisations in need of software developers. The core of this course is built on top of the highly awarded Codaisseur® Code Academy. We start with a solid foundation of SCRUM and building web apps. A core goal in our courses is that candidates are ready to write clean, readable code that performs well. We practice code reviews, test-driven development (TDD), integration testing, and pair-programming exercises to become professional developers.
The candidates build modern front-ends with React or Vue. Back-end REST APIs are built with Python with Flask and SQLAlchemy on PostgreSQL databases for persistence. After the first five weeks, the interns build projects alone and together test their own, and each other's, applications and present their solutions in front of a crowd. This concludes the first phase of the program.
After that, we continue in phase two of the course, where the candidates go through a series of custom-made topics based on your organisation's needs. These topics may include other programming languages, like C# or Java, or technologies and design patterns, like GraphQL, MVC, NoSQL databases, etc.
After the initial internships, candidates may start careers such as front-end or back-end web developers, technical support engineers, or mobile app developers.
SCRUM, Codaisseur, and more are available on request.
Throughout the course, modules are end with assessments and sometimes exams (e.g. for the certifications). As an employer, you receive insights into your candidates' progress on a high level, although teachers may redact some personal information to protect your candidate's privacy.
On the job, candidates can continue to grow in our up-skill programs and become certified cloud engineers or application developers, dive into AI and machine learning, algorithms, and much more. Together with our partner, Kyna, we develop these materials as needed to make sure we can count on continued maintenance and improvements to the courses.
All courses are taught in hybrid form, meaning that candidates can come on-site to our classroom or study online. Some projects or collaborations may require students to come on-site. As an employer, you may prefer your candidates to learn online or on-site, too, so please let us know your wishes.