WEB DEV

CERTIFICATE IN WEB DEVELOPMENT

BECOME A WEB DEVELOPER IN 9 MONTHS

You can learn the skills you need to become a web developer in less than a year by taking convenient online courses part-time and collaborating in person one night a week.

CLASSES START MONDAY, OCTOBER 1

Complete your Application for Admission, including application fee, transcript, and personal essays, right away to find out if you have what it takes to succeed in our hybrid online programs.

WHO IS THE WEB DEV CERTIFICATE FOR?

If you're ready to start a career in technology while keeping up with your busy life, this predominantly online, flexible program may be a good fit. You can earn a certificate aimed at helping you land a job as a junior web programmer.

 

ENTRY-LEVEL CAREERS:

You'll learn the tools, technologies, and techniques to design, implement, and maintain modern interactive and dynamic websites.  When you complete the certificate, you'll have the skills and knowledge you need to help you land a job:

  • Junior Web Programmer
  • Web Application Developer
  • Front-end Developer
  • JavaScript Engineer

WEB DEV PROJECTS

Throughout your 3 quarters at Neumont, you'll work in and lead teams on pertinent, real-world projects:

You will learn the basics of web development as you explore HTML/CSS and JavaScript. In your first quarter, you'll begin learning how to design websites. The following quarter, you'll work on project teams developing sites and apps from front-end to back-end giving you a basic understanding of databases using tools like MongoDB and SQL. In your final quarter, you'll combine everything you know to create a project for your portfolio. This web-based project can be developed on your own or in partnership with a company.

Learn more about project-based learning

TAKE COURSES LIKE
  • Introduction to Computer Science
  • Introduction to Web Development
  • Interactive Web Development
 
TECHNICAL SKILLS
  • Model best practices and processes involved in developing software. 
  • UI/UX design and development.
  • Develop dynamic web-based systems using modern languages and integrated development environments.
PROFESSIONAL SKILLS
  • Develop professional written and verbal communication skills.
  • Experience teamwork and group dynamics first-hand.
  • Practice effective problem-solving and decision-making skills.

CLASS SCHEDULE

In Neumont's hybrid online programs, you'll attend classes during a 10-week quarter with a two to three-week break between each quarter. Each quarter is divided into two five-week blocks called "sprints." Courses may be a quarter long or a sprint long. Each quarter, you'll take two to three classes at a time. New classes will begin each quarter in these programs 

Online Classes:

  • Lectures and resources are available online for you to access at any time.
  • Classes include a mix of lecture, discussion, and hands-on work.
  • Courses are available online.
  • Courses include strict deadlines to help students take on track.

On-campus Classes:

  • One evening each week, students meet on campus with an instructor.
  • These sessions include lecture, discussion, and hands-on work. 
  • This is an opportunity to ask questions, complete project work, and get one-on-one assistance. 
 

WEB DEV CERTIFICATE

SOFTWARE DEV ASSOCIATE

CREDITS:

-Quarter System
-3 quarters
-24 transferable credits
-Average 8 credits per quarter

-Quarter System
-12 quarters
-90 transferable credits
-Average 8 credits per quarter

ACADEMIC SCHEDULE:

-Each quarter has 10 weeks
-Three quarters make up one academic year
-Each quarter is divided in two, five-week sprints
-Quarter breaks are typically two to three weeks long

-Each quarter has 10 weeks
-Three quarters make up one academic year
-Each quarter is divided in two, five-week sprints
-Quarter breaks are typically two to three weeks long

CLASS TIME:

-Classes are available online
-Students meet once a week on-campus
-Expect 6-10 hours of lecture a week
-Average 8-12 hours a week on homework

-Classes are available online
-Students meet once a week on-campus
-Expect 6-10 hours of lecture a week
-Average 8-12 hours a week on homework

COURSE LOAD:

-Average one to two classes per sprint
-Classes cover related content
-Courses are delivered in a clearly defined sequence

-Average one to two classes per sprint
-Classes cover related content
-Courses are delivered in a clearly defined sequence

TIME TO COMPLETE:

-3 quarters, 1 academic year, or 9 months

-12 quarters, 4 academic years, or 3 calendar years

More About Our Courses

Additional information about our courses, credits, and program requirements are available in the Course Catalog. Program requirements are subject to change.

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