The Unity Certification Institute (UCI) is is a Unity boot camp designed by Mastery Coding that gives adult learners with no prior game development or coding experience the tools and knowledge to code their own games and attain the Unity Certified User: Programmer certification. Through this project-based course, students will learn basic to intermediate C# programming and how to use Unity to build full-featured video games.
This course is for adult learners (great for workforce development organizations), students at career and tech centers or community and technical colleges who are interested in teaching C# programming and preparing students to earn Unity certifications. No computer science background is required to succeed.
Unity Certification Institute covers the full game development cycle, from design to asset creation to coding tools and behaviors. Topics include:
Upon completion of the course, students will be prepared to earn the following industry-recognized certifications:
The Unity Certification Institute is an 80-hour boot camp delivered through online, self-paced video lessons with live virtual workshops and instructor support. The entire curriculum is available online via web browser (see below for technical requirements).
Students will need access to the following:
Teacher Support: All Mastery Coding courses come with year-round professional development and comprehensive teacher support. This can be customized to the needs of your district, so teachers with any level of experience can successfully deliver this course.
Project Portfolio: Like many Mastery Coding courses, students will be able to save their projects in an online portfolio they can share with prospective colleges and employers!
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