Nanodegree Program

Android Foundation - I Nanodegree

Learn the basics for Android with a Course Created By Udacity and Google
Learn to create user interfaces, to make your apps interactive and work with multi-screen apps.

7 days refund, no questions asked

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  • Google

Why Take This Nanodegree Program?

With 2 billion monthly active devices, knowing how to build an android app has become an indispensable skill! The curriculum has been designed to help you learn the basics of the Java programming language which you’ll use to build your own portfolio of Android apps, have them published on Google Play Store, and Nanodegree credential to strongly demonstrate your achievements.


Why Take This Nanodegree Program?

2 billion monthly active Android devices

Effective & Engaging Content
Effective & Engaging Content

Effective & Engaging Content

Get started with programming through interactive content like quizzes, videos, and hands-on projects. Our learn-by-doing approach is the most effective way to learn to code.

Beneficial and Supportive Project Review

Beneficial and Supportive Project Review

Advance quickly and successfully through the curriculum with the support of expert reviewers whose detailed feedback will ensure you master all the right skills.

An Outstanding Community
An Outstanding Community

An Outstanding Community

Draw inspiration and knowledge from forums, stay on track with the support of mentors, and enjoy 1:1 video calls when you need guidance on specific challenges or projects.

Get Ahead on a Career-Track Program

Get Ahead on a Career-Track Program

Learn the skills needed to enroll in a career-track Nanodegree program, then try them out on a real project from one of those programs—you’ll get credit for it when you enroll!

Learn with the best

Shanea King-Roberson
Shanea King-Roberson

Program Manager

Shanea King-Roberson is a Program Manager at Google managing the Tech Entrepreneurship Nanodegree, a program aimed at teaching students how to build sustainable, revenue-generating businesses. Shanea is passionate about entrepreneurship: she started her own company through which she gained first-hand experience in small business ownership. In her spare time, she salsa dances and runs half marathons with her dog Tommy.

Katherine Kuan
Katherine Kuan

Curriculum Director

Katherine Kuan is a Developer Advocate at Google. Before that, she was a software engineer on the Android Apps team for Google Keep, Google Play, and the People app (formerly Contacts). She is enthusiastic about helping others build apps to improve their communities.

Chris Lei
Chris Lei

Curriculum Director

Curriculum Lead for the Android and Android Basics Nanodegree programs at Udacity, Chris is inspired and humbled by all who embrace computing as a medium to realize their dreams. He holds an M.S in Embedded Systems and a B.S in Computer Engineering.

Jessica Lin
Jessica Lin

Instructor

Jessica's background is in Biomedical Engineering and previously worked at Epic, a medical software company, where she wrangled technical projects for large hospitals. One of her favorite parts of working at Udacity is getting to know her students and then helping them learn the skills to make their ideas a reality!

Jeremy Silver
Jeremy Silver

Instructor

Jeremy Silver learned to teach in the rough-and-tumble worlds of nuclear reactor operation and musical theatre. He worked on sound compression at Apple, invented a coding scheme using fractals, and wrote a physics simulation to find the most efficient way to lift heavy things over his head. Jeremy is a Course Developer at Udacity, and previously worked on the Udacity Student Support team as a Coach!

Jay Harman
Jay Harman

Project Manager

Jay Harman discovered his passion for teaching by training fire spinners in college. He graduated with a degree in Mathematics and made his living performing and tutoring before focusing on computer science. He joined Udacity as a member of the Student Support team, where he worked directly with students on data science, machine learning, and Android development. Now, as a Course Developer, Jay works to create stellar Android classes with Google.

Joe Lewis
Joe Lewis

Instructor

Joe Lewis has been working with Google Analytics since 2014, and before that worked for Sandia National Laboratories. He is an author of several books on web development, including Foundation Website Creation and AdvancED CSS. Joe is also a professionally-trained classical bassist with a masters degree from New England Conservatory, and is an avid mountain biker.

Lyla Fujiwara
Lyla Fujiwara

Instructor

Lyla Fujiwara is a Course Developer at Udacity who has taught math and computer science on three continents. Prior to joining Udacity, she served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Rwanda, where she worked and hacked alongside the incredibly talented young women at Gashora Girls Academy. When she's not teaching or tinkering, she enjoys social dancing, puzzling, drawing, tabletop RPGs and biking around the peninsula.

What you will learn

Foundation I

User Interfaces on Android

You’ll learn how to create beautiful and interactive user interfaces on Android devices and adapt them to different screen sizes (you can only imagine the number of device types that run on Android!). You’ll also learn the complexities associated with creating multi-screen apps.

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1 month to complete

“We are building this curriculum with Udacity because we believe it reflects what developers everywhere should know.”

— Peter Lubbers, Senior Program Manager for Developer Training at Google

Payment Options

We support multiple payment options for your convenience. Choose an option that suits you the most

Credit/Debit

Credit/Debit Card

Accepting payments through Credit/Debit cards from all major banks.

Emi

EMI on Credit Card

Split the payment of the course fee across 3 or more months. Option is available for all plans. Instalment information available on the payment page.

Internet Banking

Internet Banking

Seamless payment though Internet banking accepting payments from over 59 banks.

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Deposit
₹1500*

Deposit to secure your Seat at an early bird price

Pay remaining amount of ₹5,800* by 26th Oct to enroll
Last Day to avail early bird: 22nd Oct
Total Seats: 150
Time to Complete: 1 month
Early-bird Fee: ₹7300*
Full Fee: ₹8300*
Prerequisite: Basic programming experience

Queue

Enter your details to be in the enrollment queue. You can enroll at full fee of ₹8300* from 23rd October if seats are available

You still have the choice of securing your seat at the early bird price of ₹7,300* by depositing ₹1,500* by 22nd October
Admission Closes: Oct 30
Total Seats: Subject to Availability
Time to Complete: 1 month
Full Fee: ₹8300*
Prerequisite: Basic programming experience



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    India is expected to have 4 million Android developers by 2018, making us the largest developer base in the world. And for you to be a part of that, the learning starts here, even with no programming skills. The skills you learn in this Beginners Nanodegree program will accelerate your journey to becoming a working Android Developer. You’ll learn the intricacies of Java language to start building amazing new apps for those billion (and counting!) Android devices! Along the way you’ll learn to create your own, from Quiz apps to a Tour Guide app and a News app. By the end of the Nanodegree program, you’ll have a portfolio of 9 Android apps to showcase.

Android Foundation - I Nanodegree