If you start our VR Developer Nanodegree program after September 2018:
The program consists of 2 parts:
(1) VR Foundations, and either:
2a) 360 Mobile, or
2b) High Immersion
You would choose to complete either 2a) 360 Mobile or 2b) High Immersion, depending on which specialization you prefer. These two programs contain the same material except for the specialization they teach. When deciding between these two programs, you are essentially deciding which specialization you prefer: 360 Mobile or High Immersion.
In total, the VR Developer program lasts 6 months (not including any breaks students may take in between). Students are expected to study for 10 hours/week on this pace.
Students need only complete one of two specializations in the second part of the program:
- High Immersion Unity
- Mobile Performance 360
Students will select one of the specializations above and complete the projects for that particular selection in order to graduate. You do not need to complete both 360 Mobile and High Immersion, only one.
If you enrolled in the VR Developer Nanodegree program before September 2018:
Udacity's VR Developer Nanodegree program is structured into 3 2-month terms. Only the last 2 terms are required to graduate, Terms 2 and 3. You must pass all Term 2 and Term 3 projects in order to graduate. Term 1 is optional.