The Web Application Design and Development program offers hands-on instruction in full-stack web development, giving you the skills needed to become a junior developer or website administrator with no prior coding experience needed.
This 7month program gives you the skills, theory, and hands-on experience necessary to enter the cutting-edge field of website and application development.
Learn how to code and design web and mobile responsive applications professionally in a full-time immersive course.
The Web Application Design and Development training program curriculum culminates with computer coding assignments using today’s most popular web development technologies, such as Python and PHP, encompassing e-commerce, content management, service-oriented architecture, and security.
Through a series of hands-on projects, Web Application Design and Development training program students not only cultivate an understanding of computer coding and programming concepts, but also learn to work in a collaborative team environment, practice software development methodology skills, and prepare a sizable portfolio for their new career.
The assignments focus on solving the common challenges of today’s IT industry, thus preparing computer coding students for a successful career in the field of information technology and computer science.
The following list includes, but is not limited to, many of the most common web coding and programming job titles for which this program prepares Web Application Design and Development training program students and requires the use of the computer coding skills learned as a predominant component of the job.
• Web Designer
• Web production designers
• Web Media designers
• Web Developer
Since admission to the Web Application Design and Development diploma program is competitive, meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admittance to the program. All components of the approval process are considered in making the decision to accept a web programming and computer coding student.
• Complete an interview with an Admissions representative
• Pass a program assessment test
• Offer an essay prior to an interview with a program faculty member, topic to be provided by the Admissions department
• Prove proficiency in navigating the internet and use of Microsoft Office and type a minimum of 25 words per minute
• Own a Windows based laptop computer with the following requirements
• Microsoft Windows 7, 8.x, or 10
• Quad-core processor or equivalent