Edinboro University’s Continuing Education program – which offers personal enrichment and personal development courses – is now offering three new immersive, accelerated courses in high-demand industries.
Through ed2go, one of Edinboro’s online career training partners, students can enroll in new Bootcamp courses in Artificial Intelligence (AI) & Machine Learning, Web Development and Cybersecurity. The new Bootcamps give professionals fast access to the tech job market, with courses designed to fill high-need technical skills gaps demanded by employers.
Each program offers interactive online training with 1-on-1 coaching sessions available to help professionals break into the next level of their career or a different technical field.
Individuals who work as data scientists, research analysts, quantitative researchers or data science engineers and are interested in advancing their careers can enroll in the Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning Bootcamp, focusing on the next generation of AI.
The 6-month program will lead to a Microsoft Azure AI Engineer certification in a field expected to grow 15% over the next few years – according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The average salary range for someone in this field is $90,000 - $185,000 in the U.S.
This course is designed for individuals working as front-end developers, full-stack web developers, web designers or product managers. The average salary range for someone in this field is $50,000 - $145,000 in the U.S.
Individuals working in the Cybersecurity are dedicated to protecting systems, networks and digital programs from attacks. With a certification in the ed2go Bootcamps, students can kickstart their IT cybersecurity career with certifications in CompTIA A+, Security+, Network+, CySA+, PenTest+, and E-Council CEH.
Those working as cybersecurity specialists, penetration testers, cybersecurity engineers or vulnerability assessment analysts should consider enrolling in the Bootcamp. This field is expected to grow 33% over the next few years – according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
For more information and to browse Edinboro University’s Continuing Education catalogue, visit https://careertraining.ed2go.com/Edinboro.