Learn to design and support an organization’s website.
In three to four months, you can be working for a company creating websites and web-enabled software systems as a front-end web developer. Earn over $30 an hour on average, using a variety of programming languages to create the environment for everything that web users see and touch. If you are detail-oriented and good with a keyboard, you can train for this creative career as a web developer for companies of every size and industry.
How to Enroll
To pursue this certificate, please click on the courses below to see availability. You can register for courses online, and you do not have to apply to the college!
Call 803.732.0432 to talk to us about this program, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Sample Program Plan and Costs
Students must successfully complete these courses within a two-year period. This program can be completed in three months.
Take all of the below courses in the order listed.
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HTML5 and CSS3
Learn to use HTML5 to structure web content and create semantically meaningful page structures. Work with lists and tables, links, and images. Learn to apply local styles, style sheets, and create classes to control the appearance of your websites by separating visual presentation from content. Also learn CSS basics to build effective navigation and page layouts, work with typography, colors, backgrounds, positioning, and list styling. Explore how the major browsers affect CSS.
Learn about ethical organic search engine optimization and how it can increase your website visibility to search engines in order to attract the right kind of traffic. Learn how to implement basic optimization strategies, like conducting keyword research, implementing website coding changes, and the importance of other utilities, such as social media, testimonials, and blogging sites. Learn the fundamentals and history of the main social networking platforms, and how and why each is used. Learn how to incorporate different types of social media outlets into your professional career search or business marketing plan. Navigate through many online research blogs about the importance of social media, trends, and additional software to help maintain social media accounts. This class does not cover creating individual social media accounts.
Make your graphics shine and ready for the web. Incorporate color techniques and filters. Understand and work with selection techniques, resizing and cropping images, and work with layers; including painting layers, adjusting layers, and other tools. Make basic adjustments to images and learn how to repair and retouch image defects. If you are a Mac user, call 803.732.0432 to reserve an iMac for use in class.
Website Production Lab
Not including fees and equipment