Our courses were created with high schoolers in mind. No prior coding experience required! All courses are online and self-paced, so you can fit them into your schedule.
Upon completion of the course, students receive a certificate of accomplishment from University of Michigan ECE to include in college applications.
Students use Python to learn how coding powers Snapchat, TikTok, Instagram, and Siri…and even learn how to code their own Snapchat lenses!
Prof. Nadakuditi is an award-winning researcher and teacher dedicated to making computational subjects accessible to individuals of all ages and from all disciplines. In addition to receiving the Jon R. and Beverly S. Holt Award for Excellence in Teaching, Prof. Nadakuditi has received the DARPA Directors Award, DARPA Young Faculty Award, IEEE Signal Processing Society Best Young Author Paper Award, Office of Naval Research Young Investigator Award, and the Air Force Research Laboratory Young Faculty Award.
Through our courses, you’ll get support from a team of 15+ University of Michigan Engineering students, who provide 1-on-1 support to get you unstuck. Our student coaches are hired because of their passion for helping high schoolers learn how to code and they can’t wait to meet you. Don’t just take our word for it….listen to what they have to say:
“Prior to college, I didn’t have any experience with coding, which is something I wish I had. Due to this, I was very excited to help expose these students to coding, and especially to see the students’ faces light up when they finished a level of the coding game.”
Business & Computer Science Major
“I grew up taking online coding courses such as this one, and it’s the reason I’m pursuing a career in computer science today.”
Computer Science Major
“I didn’t start coding until I came to college, so I still remember what it is like to be brand new to coding and the things that may be misunderstood at first.”
Computer Science Major
“I’m excited to get to know everyone and maintain a welcoming space! As someone who comes from a family of musicians, I used to feel like I wasn’t capable of studying computer science. It was only after a mentor shared her story about going into computer science in the 90s as a woman which inspired me to continue coding.”
Business Admin & Computer Science Major