Web Development – Certificate
Certificate in Web Development
The Web Development Program prepares students with skills and knowledge required to start a career as a Full Stack Web Application Developer. Student will learn how coding skills and agile web development business practices can be applied to solve real-world problems and support organizations to meet the demands of the ever-changing digital landscape.
Over a series of ten courses students will present, implement and maintain emerging web-based technologies – learning by doing to solve problems individually and collaboratively. Methodical, concise and communicative development practices are encouraged throughout the program.
Upon successful completion students will be able to:
- utilize current web development best practices and accepted methodologies.
- determine project requirements that fulfill real business needs.
- incorporate agile practices in project development.
- create and launch a full-stack web application.
- demonstrate effective use of validation and debugging tools.
- utilize accepted industry documentation methodologies during project cycle.
Program Admission Requirements
In addition to meeting the general admission requirements to Selkirk College, the applicant must meet the following Web Development Program requirements to be considered fully-qualified.
- English Studies 12 with a 60% or higher or equivalent.
- Computer Information Systems 11 and/or Computer Programming 11 is recommended.
Applicants must complete a questionnaire that surveys their interest, experience and current skill set in using web-based technology. The questionnaire is used as a guide for the School Chair and Instructors to respond to the unique learning needs of each student and cohort.
Please note that a Selkirk College application should be put in for this program BEFORE submitting an applicant questionnaire.
Computer and Software Knowledge is highly recommended.
Demonstrated competency in computer hardware and software technology, keyboarding, including Internet skills and word processing skills is required prior to entering the program. Basic computer, keyboarding and Internet skills are not taught as part of the Web Development curriculum. Applicants who do not possess these skills must consult with the School Chair before making a formal application to the program. Upgrading may be required.
Graduation and Promotion
In order to receive your credential in your program you must maintain a minimum GPA of 2.00.
|WEB101||Agile Project Management||
|WEB102||HTML and CSS||
|WEB107||Back-end Development Fundamentals||
|WEB109||Web Application Development Infrastructure and Operations||
|WEB110||Full-stack Web Application Development||