AUC hosts several summer bootcamps with professional and academic learning goals.
What is a bootcamp?
A bootcamp is an intensive, focused, short-term learning program that aims to equip learners with specific skills that have immediate relevance to career or academic goals. Teaching or training methods are experiential, hands-on and dynamic, with real-world relevance, problem-based learning, teamwork, and individual development.
Bootcamps include little theory and more practice that is clearly transferable and immediately applicable to professional or other contexts.
Boot amps are offered as non-credit summer courses with various needs and purposes. The duration can extend from one week or three weeks.
Bootcamps are not awarded any credit toward programs at AUC.