• Mobile App Design

    Learn multimedia design, web development for internet technology and programming for mobile platforms and devices. Learn the process of designing, coding and deploying mobile applications for use in e-commerce, productivity, enterprise and web purposes. The class focuses on academic, technical skills, and employability practices. Students will develop personal and professional skills in the classroom that will transfer to the workplace:

    • Human computer interfaces
    • Programming and scripting languages for web applications
    • Advanced web application development
    • iPad/iPhone application development
    • Emerging web and mobile technologies
    • Web accessibility, security, dynamic web technologies, copyright and web history
    • Project management skills
    • Importance of intellectual property
    • Understanding ethics and privacy laws
    • Process to submit apps to the App Store

    Exciting Update: Starting from the school year 2024-2025, this course will be changed to "Mobile Apps & Web Development." Students currently enrolled in the 2023-2024 academic year will still be credited with the UC "g" credit.

    NEW COURSE DESCRIPTION: Step into the world of Mobile Apps and Web Development, where we explore multimedia design, internet technology-driven web development, and mobile platform programming. This course is a comprehensive journey through the art of conceptualizing, coding, and launching mobile applications tailored to enhance e-commerce, boost productivity, solve enterprise needs, and deliver web-based solutions. Our curriculum is built on the pillars of academic learning, technical proficiency, and real-world application, nurturing skills essential for success in the ever-evolving tech landscape. Students actively engage in hands-on projects, honing their skills in creating mobile apps and web solutions. This immersive classroom experience fosters a seamless transition of skills and knowledge into professional settings, aligning with the demands of modern workplaces.

    Class Benefits

    • 30 high school credits earned per year
    • Developing skills for an entry-level programmer
    • Developing skills leading to a highly-paid, high-demand job
    • Developing good communication skills needed to deal with computer users, employers, and other programmers
    • UC “g” approved course (Only applies to students currently enrolled in the 2023-2024 academic year)

    Certifications Earned Within the Class

    • Class completion certificate

    Job Opportunities Upon Completion

    • Entry-level web designer or web developer
    • Freelance web designer or web developer
    • Freelance app Developer


    About the Instructor

    Jesus Correa has many years of experience teaching Computer Science courses. His education career began at De Anza Community College before he transferred to San Francisco State University, where he obtained his bachelor's degree in Computer Science. Throughout his time at San Francisco State, Correa was a student mentor for those transitioning into the Computer Science program. The school received positive feedback about his mentoring skills, and he was offered to teach courses for San Francisco State. Correa enjoys competing in video games, golfing, and spending time with those who are closest to him. 


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