FULL-STACK WEB DEVELOPMENT CERTIFICATE PROGRAM
This program is intended for individuals who seek programming skills in order to supplement or add to their education and training. It is also intended for individuals who are new to programming and desire to make a career transition into this field. Students will earn college credits for the program from the University of Saint Katherine’s San Diego Code School. Participants will be enrolled as non-degree seeking students at University of Saint Katherine. Students are required to complete three courses for this program: CS100, CS101, and CS102. Students will earn 12 units of credit upon completion of the program.
Flexible classroom environment
Our open classroom environment is available for students to work during the week completing projects and studying. Students can complete their assignments on campus or from home using our Online Learning Management system.
Students are required to attend class on Saturday and Sunday as well as complete all required projects, assessments and a final project.
Internship and Industry Experience
Students will participate in an internship with a local San Diego company and complete a project that adds business value to the organization.
CS100 INTRODUCTION TO WEB DEVELOPMENT
- Working with Command Line Tools
- Time Management
- Learning How to Learn
- Introduction to React
CS101 INTERMEDIATE WEB DEVELOPMENT
- React State Management
- React Routing
- Git Workflow
- Continous Delivery
- “Googling Skill” increases
CS102 AGILE PROJECTS
- Build a Full-stack “Real World” app for a local business
- Go from Memorize to Synthesis
- Focus on problem-solving skills and teamwork
- Interview and Job Search Prep
- Job search coaching
- Mock Interviews
- Career Fair
- Weekly 1:1 until you get a job
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Information technology continues to develop and increasingly plays a major role in science and engineering, as well as daily life. Software engineering is defined as the study of how software systems are constructed, including topics such as project management, quality assurance, and software testing; moreover, software engineering utilizes hands-on approaches to construct, maintain, and manage the overall life cycle of software.