Web Development

Program Start Date

March 25, 2024

Duration

43 Weeks

20 Hours Per Week

Campus

Mississauga

Technology is advancing quickly, and the internet is growing fast. Because of this, many traditional businesses are moving their operations online, creating e-businesses. Nowadays, having an online presence is crucial for businesses to make profits. When businesses have a website and are online, it is like they have a virtual shop that can reach customers from all over the world. This increases their brand visibility and revenue.

Our program will teach you the skills and knowledge to work in the e-business world. You will learn how to make informed decisions about which areas to specialize in, giving you an edge in the competitive market. We use the latest trends and technologies in the e-business field to prepare you for a successful career.

Our program will set the foundations so our students can complete numerous certifications after graduation. For example:

  • Oracle Certified Associate
  • Java SE 5/SE 6
  • Java SE 7 Programmer
  • Java SE 8 Programmer I
  • Adobe Flash CS5
  • Adobe Photoshop CS6
  • Zend PHP Certification
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3 Year Employment Forecast *
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Median ($/hour) *
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* Based on Labour Market Information (Web Developer) from www.jobbank.gc.ca

 
    • Job Preparation
    • Building Teamwork Skills
    • Project Management
    • Introduction to Computers
    • Introduction to Windows
    • Internet Fundamentals
    • Web Authoring Tools
    • HTML
    • Cascade Style Sheets
    • Java 2
    • E-commerce & XML
 
  • Flash
  • ASP
  • Web Servers
  • Object Oriented Design
  • JavaScript
  • Photoshop
  • JSP
  • PHP
  • Online Marketing
  • Meeting Work Objectives
  • Workplace Interaction

After successful completion of our Web Development program, you will be eligible for job opportunities below:

    • Web Designer
    • Front End Developer
    • Web Developer
    • Back End Developer
Academic Requirements
  • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) OR
  • Equivalent: Foreign credentials must be translated into English and assessed for Grade 12 equivalency by a recognized organization (refer to Section I-4.4) OR
  • Mature Student with a score of 11 or more on the Wonderlic SLE (or other MCU-approved tests – Note: CAT and CAST can no longer be used)
English as a Second Language (International Students)
      • IELTS – International English Language Testing Services – Minimum average score of 6.0 with no subject test score lower than 5.5. OR
      • TOEFL – Test of English as a Foreign Language Internet-based test (IBT) – over 80, with a minimum of 20 in each component.

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