Hands-on web development training
Through five web development courses, you’ll gain skills to start or advance a career as a web developer. You’ll learn to build dynamic websites that deliver content in a variety of formats for computers, smartphones, tablets, and the next “it” device. Beginning with the fundamentals of website development, you’ll build a foundation through advanced study on topics like XML, Ajax, and database applications.
Web development courses—available online
Take five web development courses from the following list for graduate credit.
Getting started on the web technologies certificate
Choose the course you’d like to take first and register for graduate credit. No application is required. Most students take one or two courses a term. Download a certificate course tracker form to keep a record of completed courses.
To earn the web development certificate:
- Take all five courses for graduate credit.
- Earn at least a B in all five courses.
- Complete all courses within three years.
Contact us with questions
We are happy to answer general questions about the web development certificate. E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Considering a master’s degree?
You can count courses from this certificate toward the Information Technology Graduate Program. To do so:
- First meet the degree admission requirements and apply to the degree program.
- Then begin the web development certificate courses after you’re admitted to the program.
This will ensure you’re meeting degree completion deadlines and academic standing policies.
Requesting your certificate
During the semester that you are completing your final course, complete a certificate request form and send it to Wayne Ishikawa, (617) 495-2478, email@example.com. He will review your course record and grades to determine eligibility.
After you complete your final course, you will receive your certificate in the mail, and the credential will be noted on your transcript. Certificate requests forms must be received no later than two weeks of the award of the final grade.