Front-End Web Development Certificate

The Front-End Web Development Certificate series is comprised of three courses covering beginning to advanced front-end web development using HTML, CSS and JavaScript. All courses are delivered via the CodeRunner IDE and require only that you be online and able to use a browser.

Upon Completion of this certificate program, you will be able to:

  • Create fundamental HTML elements and attributes including links, images, tables, forms, spans and divs, as well as some of the new HTML elements like section and article.
  • Utilize Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to control the look and placement of elements.
  • Utilize JavaScript and the Document Object Model (DOM) to add and remove elements, create functions and events to respond to user input and validate forms.
  • Use JSON to serialize data for storage in the browser or on the server.
  • Store and retrieve data using AJAX and LocalStorage.
  • Optimize your DOM manipulation code with document fragments.
  • Use Strings and Dates more effectively in your code.
  • Catch errors with exceptions.
  • Add location and maps to your applications with geolocation and Google Maps.
  • Modularize your code with Modernizr.

This series will give you the skills and experience needed to create rich user experiences on the Web, from beginning HTML to web services.  Upon completion, not only will you have a Certificate of Professional Development, but you will also have built an attractive, robust website that can be displayed as part of your professional portfolio.

Prerequisites: No prerequisite skills or programming experience is required.

Required Courses Clock-hours Tuition*
Introduction to HTML and CSS 90 $448.00
JavaScript: An Introduction 90 $448.00
JavaScript: AJAX and JSON 90 $448.00
Totals: 270 $1,344.00 (plus fees)

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*An additional registration fee is charged in the amount of 20% of tuition, up to no more than $200 per transaction. For a list of all mandatory and optional fees, please see Tuition and Fees.

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