Njit and Woz U

NJIT & Woz-U

 

Technology Training
NJIT & Woz U Programs

New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) and Woz U joined to create a unique public and private partnership to meet the challenges of technology advancement and prepare the workforce for the next era of computing.

Apple Computer co-founder Steve “Woz” Wozniak, now wants to revolutionize how people are educated, trained and prepared for technology careers with Woz U.  NJIT, as one of the nation's leading public technological universities, prepares learners to become and to grow as leaders in the technology-dependent economy of the 21st century.       ​ ​

Aligning with Woz U, NJIT provides companies with an Education as a Service (EAAS) experience to upskill their employees through an environment which meets your and our high standards of instructional quality, integrity and continuous improvement.

These courses are mentored, immersive, project-based and entirely online.  The Cyber Security and Software Developer courses support 480 hours of instruction and student participation. The Data Explained for Mid Managers course suports 160 hours of instruction and student participation.

Cyber Security for Aspiring Masters (120 hours)

​Class Concepts and Main Areas of Study:

Learn basic security concepts, threat actors and attributes, policy and procedure
Acquire best practices and standard protocols
Install and configure network components for organizational security

Data Explained for Mid Managers (160 hours)

​Class Concepts and Main Areas of Study:

Basic Statistics: Probability, Data Types, Common Distributions, Common Descriptive Statistics and Statistical Inference
Databases: Foundational knowledge of database concepts, theory, and overview of various implementations and architectures
Programming Foundations: Programming Foundations in a language heavily used in data science
Statistical Programming: Basic scripting and data manipulation commands, introduction to a vast library of functions to perform various statistical analyses

Coding Basics and Front-End Fundamentals Boot Camp (120 hours)

Class Concepts and Main Areas of Study:

Gain working knowledge of HTML, CSS, JavaScript and Source Control
Learn front-end foundations with advanced concepts in CSS and JavaScript
Programming foundations and concepts​

Cyber Security (480 hours)

PREREQUISITES: Computer Support Specialist graduate, existing CompTIA Network+ certification, or passing readiness test is required to start program.

Topic areas include:

Security Foundations Programming Foundations
Networking Foundations Web Application Security
System Administration Project Management
Network Defense Threats and Vulnerabilities
Cryptography and Access Management Final Project
Logging and Monitoring  

Software Developer (480 hours)

Topic areas include:

Coding From Scratch Database Foundations
Front-End Foundations Mobile Apps & Responsive Design
Programming Foundations Agile Project Management & Career Skills
Front-End Frameworks Deployment & Web Security
Back-End Foundations Project Capstone

Data Modeling (480 hours)

Main Areas of Study:

Basic Statistics: Probability, Data Types, Common Distributions, Common Descriptive Statistics and Statistical Inference
Databases: Foundational knowledge of database concepts, theory, and overview of various implementations and architectures
Programming Foundations: Programming foundations in languages heavily used in data modeling
Statistical Programming: Basic scripting and data manipulation commands, introduction to a vast library of functions to perform various statistical analyses
Data Visualization: Data wrangling and manipulation to meet the rigid requirements for analysis, graphical representation of data
Metrics & Data Processing: Creation of new metrics to directly answer business questions, theory and practice of statistical process control
Intermediate Statistics: Hypothesis testing under multiple scenarios, identification and verification of data requirements for hypothesis testing
Introduction to Big Data: Foundational concepts of Big Data and how to move from Big Data basis to more business-specific needs and requirements
Machine Learning & Modeling: Determine the best methods for a given set of data, use of common software tools to utilize these methods
Group Project: Work as a team in a scrum environment to cover tasks and progress collectively and individually to meet project goals

 

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