Atlas School's programs are designed to prepare students to enter the workforce and fulfill the entry-level needs of the dynamic technology sector. Each program emphasizes a different specialization within software engineering, providing a general foundation in computer science literacy before developing the skills and technical knowledge necessary for success in their field of study.
Full-Stack Web Development refers to the entire scope of building and maintaining websites and mobile applications. It includes everything from front-end user interface design to back-end data management.
Machine Learning refers to software applications that find solutions and predict outcomes without being explicitly programmed to do so. It is the process of programming computers to identify patterns in data and solve problems with minimal or no human interference.
Next Start Date
Apr 29, 2024
Technical writing is an invaluable skill and an excellent way to articulate and share knowledge.
Collaboration is key to a successful business. Students learn project management, interpersonal communication, and team collaboration skills.
It’s not enough to know the answers to the questions – students must be able to clearly communicate their thought processes and understanding to potential employers.
The Framework provides the structure, order, and balance necessary to maintain a productive peer learning environment and helps students succeed throughout their careers.
Whiteboarding is an essential skill in the tech industry, both for effective planning and for excelling in tech interviews.
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Emphasizes comprehension and the ability to learn in a collaborative environment.
This approach also gives students the opportunity to explore problems and challenges that have real-world applications, increasing their long-term retention of ever-evolving skills and concepts and the ability to apply them once on the job.
Closely resembles what happens in a software engineer’s work environment.
Results in a greater depth of concept understanding, a broader knowledge base, critical thinking skills, and increased creativity.
Opportunity to explore challenges with real-world applications and an approach to skill-building that prepares them to adapt to the ever-evolving tech industry.
Remain progressive in the development of our educational offerings by staying abreast of changes and trends which appear in the software engineering professions.
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Utilize innovative approaches and methodologies in a non-traditional educational environment emphasizing a multiplicity of skills.
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Teach students to develop critical thinking, problem-solving skills, project management, time management, researching information, goal setting, and prioritization skill sets.
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Provide a comprehensive, concentrated, qualitative educational program, which will guide the student through the development of the capabilities needed to meet the employment requirements in an ever-changing technological environment.
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Provide learners with the academic, cognitive, and professional skills necessary for career advancement.
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