In this course, we are using following materials: (1) Video based tutorials (2) Teacher's own step-by-step guide (3) Laurea Library materials The student will learn two most important aspects of Mobile Applications Development: 1) Mobile Applications Design: The structured approach and science of designing a mobile application. 2) Mobile Applications Development: Step-by-step demonstration and learning a simple and basic cross-platform mobile applications development with Ionic framework.
The feature of the course:
o This study unit is FULLY ONLINE learning with the possibilities of volunteer tutoring meetings with the teachers.
o The tutoring meetings are not compulsory. Any student can participate in tutoring meeting if they need any help from teachers.
o The student can learn from anywhere on own time with weekly learning target (weekly modules) and deadlines.
o Video-based training. In addition, presentation slides provided, reading material and other resources are also provided. The step-by-step process of building mobile applications
o Finally, there are many courses on mobile application development, this course is one of very few that offers designing and development of mobile application development.
The student can collect points with online learning, online assignments and 1 online test and 1 classroom test. Following are evaluation components (more details in next tabs):
o Online Labwork and Assignments (40%) - Weekly or biweekly
o Online Hands-on practical test-1(30%): Student designing a mobile app
o Online Hands-on practical test-2(30%): Student developing a mobile app
o Final retake/retest also offered at Laurea premise (classroom hands-on test at the end of a semester)
26.08.2019 - 15.12.2019
13.05.2019 - 26.05.2019
0 - 30
Prerequisite of the course (VERY IMPORTANT):
o We don’t recommend this course if someone lacking the know-how on programming principles, HTML and CSS.
o We have 30 seats available, we give priority to those students with the prerequisites.
NOTE: The student MUST finish their Fundamentals of programming and Web Development Foundation (or) Having equivalent knowledge to benefit from this study unit. In the past, there is not a single student passed this course without Prerequisite. The student cannot learn much if previous know-how is missing.
CCN2 Complementary competence (bachelor's studies in English), Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)
There is a possibility of taking final hands-on practical test and project work to demonstrate learning outcomes. Contact teacher for more details.
Laurea announces certain possibilities along the study unit offering based on demand from our partner companies.
Students can collect points with weekly or biweekly learning activities, assignments and 2 tests.
Teachers and students group are international (Finnish and English degree programme students). We are also partnering with ICT companies for projects.
Kindly notice following carefully before registering for the study unit. This is a technical and professional training study unit and it requires regular weekly learning effort.
5 credits | Total 137.5 hours of student learning time | 8-10 hours per week
o Study unit starts on week 36
o Study unit ends on week 48
# Detailed schedule is released at the beginning of the study unit
NOTE: There can be minor scheduling changes.
o Fully online studies: Not dependent on place or time (virtual studies).
o Starting from Week-36 and ends on Week-48 (Complete weekly schedule will be provided to eligible and accepted students).
40-50 points: 1 51-60 points: 2
61-70 points: 3 71-80 points: 4
81-100 points: 5