A student who completes this certificate should be able to maintain, update, design and build a commercially oriented website application with a focus on the client side present ion. More advanced functionality would be available within Wordpress applications.
For more information about the Web Developer certificate, please visit our website at https://www.dmacc.edu/it/Pages/webdev.aspx.
Students may start any semester
To earn a Web Developer certificate, a student must complete all required coursework as prescribed and maintain a 2.0 grade point average.
Option 1 - Select 1 Course
Tuition……………………………………………………………………………………..$174.00 per credit
The costs for each program are estimates and subject to change.
|Software (optional, one-time purchase of the Adobe Academic Creative Suite)
Approximate total for the program: $4,754**
**Program entry requirements are not included in the total approximate cost.
What Kind of Work Will You Do?
- Updates and modifications to existing website applications.
- Debugging and fixing of website applications.
- Creating new pages and content for existing applications.
- Implementing new technologies in older website applications.
- Meet with customers and clients to determine needs, expectations and deadlines.
- Creation of new website applications.
- Manipulation of images and other content for presentation on a web page.
- Use a variety of skills and technologies to define, design and build applications that meet customer and client business expectations.
What Skills and Abilities Will You Need?
- Interest and curiosity about new and developing technologies related to the Internet.
- Good communication skills, especially written and personal skills.
- Self-motivation and excellent time management skills. Excellent general computer skills and a high comfort level using new software.
What Else Should I Consider about this Certificate?
- Classes require daily use of a computer with current software and operating system.
- Program uses both Mac and PC skills.
- The material, software and technologies within this program change very rapidly.
- Many employment opportunities are part-time, contract and self-employed work that require experience or work examples.
- Very compatible and valuable to the following areas of study: Graphic Design, Photography, Marketing, Sales, Computer Programming, Entrepreneurship, Journalism and Business.
- Communicate verbally and in writing.
- Work as a team member using web development technologies and concepts.
- Design client website applications using current software and techniques.
- Build database driven server side applications using PHP.
- Build website applications using Drupal.
- Implement current and emerging software, techniques and technologies.
- Publish website applications to commercial hosting accounts.
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DMACC offers career and technical programs in the following areas of study:
Agriculture, Natural and Environmental Science
Architecture, Engineering, and Construction
Arts, Design, and Visual Communication
Business, Management, and Marketing
Education, Public, and Human Services
Hospitality and Culinary
Transportation & Logistics
Entrance requirements for specific programs can be found at https://www.dmacc.edu/admissions/Pages/checklist.aspx. (2021)