iOS Coding and Design School (iCDS)

Are you interested in coding?

Whether you are an experienced coder or a novice interested in getting started, HCC has just the opportunity for you.

Partnership with Apple

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Partnership with Apple

HCC has launched the iOS Coding and Design School (iCDS) to give students cutting-edge skills and training on developing iOS Apple apps and coding in the iOS Apple platform. HCC

Your success our goal

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Your success our goal

We aspire to be Houston’s community college and provide opportunities for students from all places. Your success will always be our highest goal. HCC

HCC launches coding school for Apple apps

Whether you are an experienced coder or a novice interested in getting started, HCC has the right opportunity for you.

HCC iOS Coding and Design School (iCDS) trains students to develop iOS Apple apps and coding in the iOS Apple platform. With this industry growing rapidly, HCC is training students to become the skilled-workers of tomorrow to meet the demands of this fast-growing industry.

HCC is proud to be one of six colleges in country to collaborate with Apple and offer the iCDS curriculum. With this type of coding widely used across the world, it gives any HCC graduate an edge in the job market.

Call 713.718.CODE for more details or complete the registration form below.

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Credit classes towards a Level II Certificate in Mobile Application Development featuring the Swift programming language:

Swift Programming Fundamentals I:

Introduces the fundamental concepts of programming with Swift.

Topics include software development methodology, functions, and the mechanics of debugging, etc. This course assumes computer literacy.

Credit hours earned: 4 hours

Prerequisites:

  • college reading and writing skill level
  • placed into MATH 1314 College Algebra or higher
  • completed high school computer literacy or equivalent

Swift Programming Fundamentals II:

This advanced course focuses on basic analysis of algorithms, searching and sorting techniques, and an introduction to software engineering processes. Students will apply techniques for testing and debugging software.

Credit hours earned: 4 hours

Prerequisites:

  • completed COSC 1436 or ITSE 1402
  • completed MATH 2412 and ENGL 1301

Alief Hayes Campus

  • COSC 1436 – Swift Programming Fundamentals I – Friday, 6 - 9:50 p.m. – Room B142 (Class #57224)
  • COSC 1437 – Swift Programming Fundamentals II – Tuesday, Thursday, 10 - 11:50 a.m. – Room B142 (Class #57827)

Central Campus, Jew Don Boney Building

  • COSC 1436 – Swift Programming Fundamentals I – Monday, Wednesday, 10 - 11:50 a.m. - Room 212 (Class #57563)
  • COSC 1437 – Swift Programming Fundamentals II – Saturday, 6 - 9:50 p.m. – Room 209 (Class #57941)

Spring Branch Campus

  • COSC 1436 – Swift Programming Fundamentals I – Monday, Wednesday, 10 - 11:50 a.m. - Room 117 (Class #57631)

Stafford Campus, Scarcella Center

  • COSC 1436 – Swift Programming Fundamentals I – Monday, Wednesday, noon - 1:50 p.m. – Room E115 (Class #57740)

West Loop Campus

  • COSC 1436 – Swift Programming Fundamentals I – Thursday, 6 - 9:50 p.m. - Room C125 (Class #57759)

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Non-credit classes featuring the Apple Swift programming language:

 

Introduction to Swift: Basic proficiency in building apps with Swift (90 hours)

Swift for IT Professionals I: Developing Apple applications with Swift language using X-Code as a development tool (90 hours)

Swift for IT Professionals II: Advanced applications using Swift language and X-Code as the development tool (90 hours)

West Loop Campus

  • ITSE 1002 – Introduction to Swift – Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 6 - 9 p.m. (Class #40917)
  • ITSE 1091 – App Development with Swift I – Saturday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. (Class #40923)
  • ITSE 1092 - App Development with Swift II – Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 6 - 9 p.m. (Class #50868)

West Houston Institute

  • ITSE 1002 – Introduction to Swift – Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 6- 9 p.m. (Class #40947)
  • ITSE 1091 – App Development with Swift I – Saturday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. (Class #40948)
  • ITSE 1092 - App Development with Swift II – Saturday, 8 a.m. -5 p.m. (Class #50886)

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iOS Coding and Design School (iCDS)

5601 West Loop South, Houston, TX 77081