Technology is revolutionizing education. From educational games for children to conducting workplace training via VR and AR, this $6 trillion dollar market is growing fast, and becoming increasingly mainstream – making it full of opportunities for developers.
The EdTech Mini-Degree covers all the skills needed to create educational and training-based applications with Unity, including developing in 2D and 3D, virtual and augmented reality, data analytics, and machine learning. You’ll learn by building real projects that can be added to your professional portfolio, including a math game, reusable quiz systems, an AR job-training app, a voice-recognition app, and more.
With these courses, you’ll quickly be creating effective learning solutions that are fun, fresh, and feature cutting edge technologies – setting yourself up for success as a developer.
You will master:
- Coding basics with C# and Unity
- Quizzes featuring text, images, audio, and video
- Augmented and virtual reality applications
- Data-driven development with Unity Analytics
- Retrieving data with external APIs
- Voice and language recognition
- Text-recognition and text-to-audio
Unity Certified Experts
This curriculum has been designed by instructors who have been certified by Unity Technologies and CompTIA in recognition of their programming excellence.
As a Unity Authorized Learning Partner, Zenva’s courses satisfy the highest standards in terms of both quality and relevancy.
- C# language basics
- Navigating the Unity editor
- Build your first interactive games
- Math games
- Coding for kids
- Quizzes & language-learning apps
- Storytelling & film
- AR educational apps
- Building to Android & iOS
- Mobile touch inputs & gestures
- VR pointer & interaction systems
- Working with API data
- User insights with Unity Analytics
- Cloud-based machine learning with Azure
- Voice & language recognition
- Computer vision & text recognition
This curriculum gives you all the tools needed to develop educational games and apps with Unity – featuring introductory modules for those who have never coded before, to intermediate courses perfect for more experienced developers looking to branch out into new specializations, this Mini-Degree is designed to help you succeed.
Why Make Educational Games?
Although most developers think of games are purely for recreation, games for education offer a vast range of opportunities – and is an industry that is growing by tens of billions of dollars each year.
More and more companies are investing in technologies such as AI and XR to meet the increasing demand for distance courses and more robust education opportunities.
As the education industry is worth trillions of dollars, developers who have the skills to tap into this area have huge potential for success.