WEB PROGRAMMING CERTIFICATE
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.
- Identify and apply HTML/XML/XSL/CSS tags and attributes for web page design.
- Apply database connectivity programming techniques to build secure ecommerce applications. These are the techniques necessary to prepare students to build server-side enterprise web applications.
- Design websites using appropriate security principles, focusing specifically upon the vulnerabilities inherent in common web and other server and client implementations.
- Apply object-oriented programming techniques and make use of frameworks and libraries of ready-made components that can be customized for a variety of applications.
NOTE: Federal financial aid is only available for associate, bachelor's, and master's degree programs. Standalone certificate programs are ineligible for financial aid.
|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|
*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 an admissions representative at 888-545-3459 for more information.