Have you wanted to explore the nuts and bolts of making apps for the iOS operating system? College of Western Idaho (CWI) is excited to announce the first in a series of Everyone Can Code classes focused on the Swift programming language for iOS this Spring 2021 semester.
Students will learn programming skills using the Swift coding language and practice designing and building iOS applications for mobile devices.This class is a great way to develop skills employers are looking for as you gain valuable experience coding.
The Everyone Can Code classes are part of the Onramp program, a partnership with Boise State University, Idaho Digital Learning Academy, and Apple. Starting this spring, the classes will be offered for credit.
Sarah Strickley, who runs the Onramp projects at CWI, has been involved with the program for more than a year, and she has enjoyed watching students excel as they learn about the opportunities open to them with the training.
“I’m very pleased that CWI is opening new career pathways to diverse learners,” said Strickley.
The first in this four-part series of classes is a special topics class under the Computer Science area, CPSC 199 Computer Science Special Topics.