Meta Android Developer Professional Certificate

Launch your career as an Android app developer. Build job-ready skills for an in-demand career and earn a credential from Meta. No degree or prior experience is required to get started.


Build job-ready skills by learning from the best

Get started in the in-demand field of mobile app development with a Professional Certificate from Meta. Learn the foundations of Android app development and gain hands-on experience with programming and tools by developing a native Android mobile app for your portfolio.

Common job titles: Android Developer, Mobile Applications Developer, Mobile Developer


Have you ever wanted to build your mobile app? This certificate will teach you the top Android programming languages and frameworks for building apps like Facebook and Instagram and how to create your Android application.

You’ll get access to the Meta Career Programs Job Board upon completion. This job search platform connects you with 200+ employers committed to sourcing talent through Meta’s certificate programs and career support resources to help you with your job search.

In this program, you’ll learn the following:

Essential Android programming concepts and the tools needed to develop applications

How to use the Kotlin Playground

Create user interfaces (UI) for mobile apps using Android Studio

Manage the lifecycle and data collection of mobile applications

Work with web technologies and persistent data on Android applications.

Describe best practices for designing the UI and experience for mobile applications

Create cross-platform applications using React Native

Prepare for technical interviews for Android developer roles.

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