University of New Hampshire bootcamps teach both UX/UI Design and Machine Learning in a self-paced, online classroom. Typically, students spend 10 hours per week on coursework and complete the bootcamp in 36 weeks. Bootcamp students may finish earlier... Read More
At the UNH UX/UI Design Bootcamp, students will learn to identify a customer problem to solve, conduct competitive research, sketch, design, build a prototype, and perform usability testing and identify improvements. Bootcamp students will complete 4 portfolio projects, including a design sprint that requires students to move through the entire design process in one week. Bootcamp students also have the option to be matched with a real-world company to complete a 40-hour industry design project.
At the UNH Machine Learning Bootcamp, students learn to build, scale, and deploy machine learning applications. The curriculum covers Python data science tools including pandas, scikit-learn, Keras, TensorFlow, machine learning engineering tools including Spark/PySpark, TensorFlow, Luigi, Docker, Hadoop, AWS, and Fast.ai, and software engineering tools like continuous integration, version control with Git, logging, testing, and debugging.
University of New Hampshire Online Bootcamp students will receive unlimited 1:1 personal mentor support throughout the bootcamp. Bootcamp students will receive a certificate of completion upon bootcamp graduation.