Discover Five New Professional Certificate Programs from Meta

Meta is expanding its partnership with Coursera by offering five new Professional Certificates in the field of Software Engineering. When you earn your Professional Certificate, you’ll be ideally positioned to take advantage of high salaries and the growing demand for skilled talent. In the United States alone, software engineering is projected to grow 22% by 2030.

With these Professional Certificate programs from Meta, you can prepare for an in-demand career as a front-end, back-end, Android, or iOS developer or as a database engineer. 

Designed by experts at Meta, these programs are particularly ideal if you want to build a career in this fast-growing field but don’t yet have relevant experience or background in software engineering. Professionals already working in this field can benefit as well, as you’ll be able to stay current with the latest in-demand skills. All programs are completely online and self-paced, at the cost of only $49 per month.

In these programs, you’ll learn industry-standard skills such as HTML, CSS, Java Programming, Python, MySQL, and more, and get hands-on experience by building a portfolio you can use to showcase your new skills to recruiters, hiring managers, and employers.

As soon as you earn your Professional Certificate, you’ll get exclusive access to the Meta Career Programs Job Board—a job search platform where you can connect with 200+ employers who are committed to sourcing talent through Meta’s certificate programs. You’ll also get access to career support resources to help you with your job search.

Below, you can learn more about the different types of roles you can prepare for:

These new Professional Certificate programs from Meta are the latest additions to an already robust catalog of Meta offerings. Explore these new programs today, and earn the Professional Certificate that aligns with your unique career goals.

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