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Degree MOOC-Based Online Bachelor’s Degrees in IT with OpenClassrooms

Web Development, Android, iOS and Ruby development and Product Management

  • Overview
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    OpenClassrooms is a European online education platform based in Paris, France currently offering 5 MOOC-based online Bachelor’s Degree Paths in Front-End and Full-Stack Web Development, Android, iOS and Ruby development and Product Management.

    OpenClassrooms is registered with the Board of Education in France and grants its own Bachelor’s Degrees at level 6 on the EQF (European Qualifications Framework). The degrees are recognised by all participating countries of the Bologna Process, notably in Europe.

    Graduates benefit from a Job Guarantee which promises a job within 6 months after earning your diploma, or you get your money back.

    How will you learn?
    The learning method is unique and revolves around two elements: professional projects and dedicated mentoring sessions.

    Projects
    At OpenClassrooms, learning is project-driven because that’s the fastest way to become proficient. Projects offer hands-on experience so you can hit the ground running when you start your new job.

    Mentorship
    During your path, you will be allocated a mentor who will offer one-to-one support via weekly video conference sessions. This mentor will offer guidance on your projects, help define objectives and guide you until you reach them. Our mentors are dedicated professionals who are experts in their field and have experience in sharing their know-how with our students.

    How it works
    The path can be completed in as little as 12 months and is available to OpenClassrooms Premium Plus members only at £300 a month, meaning that students can get their digital qualifications for £3,600 if they complete the program in 12 months.
    The program has no restrictions to enrol other than a good level of English and access to a computer, webcam and broadband connection, and students are free to start at any time and learn at their own pace


    See details of the OpenClassrooms Online Bachelor's Degree Programs below:

    Product Manager

    What will you learn?
    In this path, you'll study product management. Product Managers are the people in the company who decide what should get built, which problems the team are solving, what the vision of the product is, and what business model applies. They are responsible for the return on investment (ROI) of their product. In particular, product managers:

    • Develop a product vision
    • Work with the tech team to make this vision a reality
    • Validate all aspects of the business model
    • Are the voice of the customer
    • Prioritize all feature requests and say no to those which do not add the most value
    • Create roadmaps for showing the direction the team will take to fulfil the product vision
    • Integrate agile workflows (or other workflows) in teams
    • And more!
    Find out more ...


    Android developer

    What will you learn?
    Android is a mobile operating system created by Google. You may also have heard of its main competitor: iOS, which is made by Apple. Android is similar in terms of functionality but looks different and runs on different types of phones.
    An Android developer:

    • Builds mobile applications on the Android operating system
    • Writes clean, well-structured code
    • Writes unit and integration tests for their code
    • Takes project briefs from clients and builds apps based on those needs
    • And more!
    Find out more ...


    iOS developer

    What will you learn?
    In this degree proram, you'll study iOS development. iOS developers build mobile applications on Apple's widely-used mobile system. This can include applications on iPhones and iPads.
    An iOS developer:

    • Builds mobile applications on the iOS operating system
    • Writes clean, well-structured code
    • Writes unit and integration tests for their code
    • Takes project briefs from clients and builds apps based on those needs
    • Builds great looking apps, from games to productivity hacks
    • And more!
    Find out more ...


    Ruby developer

    What will you learn?
    Ruby developers write backend code in, of course, the programming language Ruby! This versatile and accessible language is a great choice for people starting out in development or for experienced developers looking to make a switch. Thanks to the Ruby on Rails framework, it's easy to build full websites from A to Z by using a few simple commands.
    Ruby developers could be in charge of:

    • Creating Ruby programs from scratch
    • Using the Ruby on Rails framework to create websites
    • Deploying Rails applications
    • Scaling Rails applications
    • Bringing mock-ups to life in a beautiful and consistent manner
    • Optimizing page loading time
    • Communicating with front-end developers for information exchange across the application
    • Using best practices to structure Ruby code
    • Writing tests to ensure the site’s back-end accounts for all possible uses
    • Ensuring the maintenance and growth of a site’s back-end
    Find out more ...


    Front-end developer

    What will you learn?
    The front-end developer is a fundamental part of any web team, working closely with back-end developers. Whereas the back-end developer focuses on the internal functioning of the application - the “plumbing” - the front-end developer builds the interface that users see. They are often in charge of:

    • Bringing mock-ups to life in a beautiful and consistent manner
    • Optimizing page loading time
    • Communicating with back-end developers for information exchange across the application
    • Using best practices to structure HTML, CSS, and JavaScript code as components
    • Writing tests to ensure the site’s front-end accounts for all possible uses
    • Ensuring the maintenance and growth of a site’s front-end
    Find out more ...

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