Our 9-Months curriculum is designed to get you hired. Classes are interactive and have a rigorous structure. Real Software Products are taken as a project with a team of 3-5 students. At New Horizons, students learn by building. While the linear progression of our curriculum is focused on building technical skills, our aim is to teach students how to become software engineers—which is distinct from simply knowing how to code. Students engage in a number of activities that will improve their communication and collaboration skills and immerse themselves in the technical community, helping build the foundation needed to grow as software engineers in the future.
Dive into the software development environment and the basics of computing, networks, and data structures. Discover the skills to build applications that meet user needs, model data, develop wireframes, and work collaboratively through version control.
At the conclusion of each program module, students build advanced Portfolio Projects to demonstrate both the technical skills they’ve gained in the module and their creativity which become MVPs for startups, and will be presented to different Tech-Startups Investors.
Our Students will push every line of code they write to GitHub giving them an extensive profile to show employers and fellow engineers. Also we expose our students to OEM’s like IBM, Microsoft, Google, technical Meetups and conferences.