The University of Edinboro will offer three new accelerated continuing education programs

The University of Edinboro’s Continuing Education Program – which offers personal enrichment and personal development courses – now offers three new immersive and accelerated courses in high-demand sectors.

Through ed2go, one of Edinboro’s online professional training partners, students can enroll in new Bootcamp courses on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning, Web Development and Cyber ​​Security. The new Bootcamps give professionals quick access to the tech job market, with courses designed to fill the technical skills gaps most in demand by employers.

Each program offers interactive online training with one-on-one coaching sessions available to help professionals move to the next level in their career or to a different technical area.

People who work as data scientists, research analysts, quantitative researchers or data science engineers and want to advance their careers can register for the Artificial intelligence and machine learning Bootcamp, focused on the next generation of AI.

The 6-month program will lead to a Microsoft Azure AI Engineer certification in a field that is expected to grow 15% over the next few years, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The average salary range for someone in this field is $90,000 to $185,000 in the United States.

the Web development Bootcamp is an accelerated training program focused on building full-stack web developers. This is a 6-month program where students will learn databases for web applications and several front-end to back-end programming and scripting languages ​​such as Python, JavaScript, HTML, etc.

This course is designed for people working as front-end developers, full-stack web developers, web designers, or product managers. The average salary range for someone in this field is $50,000 to $145,000 in the United States.

People working in the cyber security are dedicated to protecting digital systems, networks and programs from attack. With a certification in the ed2go Bootcamps, students can start their cybersecurity career with certifications in CompTIA A+, Security+, Network+, CySA+, PenTest+ and E-Council CEH.

Those who work as cybersecurity specialists, penetration testers, cybersecurity engineers, or vulnerability assessment analysts should consider enrolling in Bootcamp. This field is expected to grow 33% over the next few years – according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

For more information and to browse the University of Edinboro Continuing Education Catalog, visit https://careertraining.ed2go.com/Edinboro.

Sam D. Gomez