Students who successfully complete the App Development with Swift Associate exam demonstrate knowledge of the impact of computing and apps on society, economies, and cultures while exploring iOS app development.
This certification is aligned with Develop in Swift Explorations course made available for free from the Apple Book Store.
The coursework and certification cover:
- Planning, design, and theory
- How to navigate an app project
- How to build an app within iOS
- Swift language usage
- Debugging and troubleshooting
For a full outline of the credential, see the certification overview provided by Certiport.
Who should complete this credential?
This credential is designed for individuals who dream of making the world a better place through technology.
Whether you’d like to be part of a large team of app developers, product owners, and user experience (UX) designers, or you see yourself as the next start-up leader, the first step in your journey should be App Development with the Swift Associate certification.
High school or lifelong learners who successfully complete the App Development with Swift Associate exam demonstrate knowledge of the impact of computing and apps on society, economies, and cultures while exploring iOS app development.
Individuals who pass this certification exam will earn a digital badge they can share in a resume, portfolio, email, or in online professional networks to convey their preparedness for iOS app development.
Step-by-Step Guide to Begin Credential
To prepare for this certification, review/complete the Develop in Swift Exploration course materials. These are free and available in the Apple Book Store.
Once prepared for the course, you’ll follow these steps to begin the certification:
- Review the certification outline
- Navigate to the Certiport site, review the course description and overview
- Locate a testing center to confirm availability near you
- Create a Certiport account as a “New User” on the Certiport site
Contact our NCBCE staff to see if you qualify for a free course.