The course is already open and available for free Entrepreneurship and Development of Mobile Applications with App Inventor at redunx.org, a MOOC that, in addition to helping stakeholders design mobile application interfaces and develop them using App Inventor, enable new business models to be discovered, ways to monetize applications and create innovative projects.
This is one of the many courses that the Mercosur Virtual School (evmportal.org), a project in which I have personally participated as a tutor on some occasions and which has considerable prestige in the world of e-learning.
In this case, to participate in the mobile application development course, it is necessary to have a Google account to be able to log into the MIT App Inventor server, as well as configure the tool following this guide.
The course requires between 2 and 4 hours of work per week, for approximately 1 month and a half, and it includes Sergio Martn, a professor at UNED and an entrepreneur in mobile apps; Alfonso Herrero, Collaborating Professor of the UNED; Leo Burd from MIT and Pedro Marauri, UnX facilitator.
As said, the course is already open, so you can start today.