for real-world jobs.
No lectures, no tests, just real world skills.
Our experiential learning courses are unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. These courses put you in challenging, real-world situations where you’ll produce the same deliverables you would on the job. Experienced professionals in the field help mentor you online, and you’ll come away prepared to do real work in the real world.
Courses & Programs
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The Master in eCommerce Technologies is designed to create professionals capable of planning, designing and managing a company’s ecommerce initiatives, for both products and services.
Aimed at creating job-ready professional software developers, this program will help you become skilled at building, testing and deploying software programs.
Throughout the program, you’ll build a number of mobile applications, resulting in a strong portfolio of projects to present to future employers.
Learn how to take a business online by conducting an eCommerce analysis of an existing business, specifying key eCommerce processes, predicting profit and loss, and making a final business case. Familiarity with...
Programmers! Add Ruby on Rails to your skill set. In this course, students use Ruby on Rails to develop an internal "matchmaker" web application to connect projects with specific technical needs to employees...
Learn how to install and use the open source WEKA machine learning package to understand the relationship between customer demographics and purchasing behavior and then to develop a model for recommending products...
Want to learn effective, practical techniques for reducing a company’s security risks? In this course, you will practice key skills in security and incident management, including: diagnosing and responding to...
Many software developers are looking to move into a leadership role and would like to boost their management skills. This course helps tackle this challenging transition by allowing students to practice key "people...
In this course, students play the role of a financial analyst at a consulting firm that has been asked to help a struggling winery to analyze its past and current financial situation in order to identify issues...
New PartnershipUniversity of Texas at Austin Professional Development Center
This Fall, XTOL (Experiential Teaching Online), in partnership with the Professional Development Center at the University of Texas at Austin, will launch four skills-based technology career programs, beginning October 10, 2014.Read More >
New PartnershipWorld of Money
This summer, XTOL is collaborating with NYC-based not-for-profit, WorldofMoney.org, to offer web-based Introduction to Website Development to tri-state area teens, ages 13-18 years old.Read More >
New UniversityUniversity of British Columbia Continuing Studies
The University of British Columbia (UBC) Continuing Studies is collaborating with XTOL to offer a number of innovative experiential courses online. These non-credit courses employ our unique Story-Centered Curriculum approach and are offered part-time in an accelerated format, focusing on skill development through realistic professional scenarios and projects.Read More >