Building iPhone applications is being worked into courses, curricula

07/20/2009 | USA Today

Students majoring in technology fields are being offered courses in creating iPhone applications at some colleges and universities. An instructor said the course is a way for students to unravel real-life problems. "It's incredibly empowering and gives students a sense of urgency that they don't normally have," he says. "You start to see a maturity in these students as they start to solve these problems."

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