Coding is a Universal Language
In our digital age, everyone could benefit from knowing some basic coding regardless of their career path or profession.
Although we can teach coding as an individual subject, teaching coding in the context of another subject proves to be more effective.
Learn to Code in Mathematica
In all of our programs students learn to code in Mathematica, a powerful symbolic computing language with applications in neural networking, machine learning, image processing, geometry, data science, visualizations, and more.
Students that are not quite ready to explore coding will be exposed to simple tech language and a variety of novel software.
Mathematica access will be provided for each student. Our primary goal is to incorporate as much Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) coding experience as possible.
Each program is specifically designed to deliver practical coding experience with STEM applications.
Although we focus on Mathematica, we teach a wide variety of other languages like: