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Mobile Applications Development

The use of mobile applications to access the Internet has bypassed computer use—so the demand is great for mobile application developers.

With UMass Dartmouth's minor in mobile applications development, you'll develop the skills required to design and implement applications for multiple platforms including Android and iOS.

Working with faculty in the Computer and Information Science Department, you'll study the entire project development cycle, considering user interface design, the user experience, and project simulation. You'll also learn how to use the Objective-C programming language for iOS platforms.

You'll be on your way to application publication, and prepared for a career in this exiting, fast-growing field.

For the minor in mobile applications development, you'll complete 20 credits.

Mobile Applications Development faculty

Adnan El-Nasan
Adnan El-Nasan, PhD
Firas Khatib
Firas Khatib, PhD
Gokhan Kul
Gokhan Kul, PhD
Hua Fang
Hua Fang, PhD
Photograph of Haiping Xu
Haiping Xu, PhD
Photograph of Iren Todorova Valova
Iren Valova, PhD
Ming Shao
Ming Shao, PhD
Ming Shao
Ming Shao, PhD
Clinton Rogers
Clinton Rogers, MS
Yi Liu
Yi Liu, PhD
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