Learn the most commonly used client- and server-side programming languages to build interactive, database-driven websites. Gain intermediate to advanced level knowledge of the languages, but learn how to use more than one programming language to create website functionality.
Note: Some courses in this certificate program may have prerequisites. Please click on the course name for a description and prerequisite information. If prerequisites are listed that are not currently part of the certificate program please call a CPS Counselor at 888-545-3459 for more information.
|CMIT 135||Introduction to Computer Theory||3|
|CMIT 200||Relational Database||3|
|WEBD 310||Server Side Scripting||3|
|WEBD 330||Client Side Scripting||3|
|WEBD 225||Web Development II||3|
|PLUS 1 of the following electives:|
|WEBD 430||Advanced Client Scripting||3|
|WEBD 325||Advanced PHP Programming||3|
|WEBD 420||Server Side Alternatives||3|
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|Cost of Program:|
Books & Supplies Estimate
|*Based on 2013-14 tuition of $595.00 per credit hour; this rate is subject to change as tuition increases.
|Length of Program:|
|Intended Time to Completion:**||50 weeks|
|** Calculated by assuming student takes one, 3-credit course each 7- or 15-week session. One of the courses required for this program is offered only in a 15-week semester format.|
|Jobs related to this program as determined by the US Department of Labor/Employment and Training Administration. SOC description included.
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