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Certificate in Web Programming

WAMP & MAMP Software Installation Workshop (WAMAMP)

Note: A regular computer with minimum of 8 GB of RAM, but 16GB ideal. 
Text editors like Sublime Text or Notepad++. Photoshop for images optional.
Requirements: Must have a computer, if classes are in person must bring a laptop to each class.

Class Description
This workshop is for the installation of the Apache web server (A), MySQL (M) and PHP (P) on a laptop or home PC. The two come bundled together, referred to as either the WAMP or MAMP according to whether they are installed on Windows (W) or a Mac (M).


HTML (WPHTML)

Note: A regular computer with minimum of 8 GB of RAM, but 16GB ideal. 
Text editors like Sublime Text or Notepad++. Photoshop for images optional.
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Class Description
Hypertext Markup Language is the core of most websites. In order to grasp the concept and syntax of other languages (like CSS, Javascript, XML, and PHP), knowledge of HTML is required. In this course, learn the structure upon which nearly every other language rests. CSS and HTML 5 will also be taught.


Intermediate CSS (WPCSSI)

Note: A regular computer with minimum of 8 GB of RAM, but 16GB ideal. 
Text editors like Sublime Text or Notepad++. Photoshop for images optional.
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Class Description
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a coding language flush with elegance and grace. Used in tandem with HTML, it is the spice of a website. Through 12 hours of learning intermediate CSS techniques, students strengthen knowledge of prior CSS techniques while gaining advanced coding techniques.


Advanced CSS (WPCSSA)

Note: A regular computer with minimum of 8 GB of RAM, but 16GB ideal. 
Text editors like Sublime Text or Notepad++. Photoshop for images optional.
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Class Description
Students learn advanced CSS techniques and tools to be on the cutting edge of styling with CSS.



Introduction to Python and Data Science (INPYTHON)

Note: A regular computer with minimum of 8 GB of RAM, but 16GB ideal. 
Text editors like Sublime Text or Notepad++. Photoshop for images optional.
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Class Description
Learn the basics with hands-on practice of the python programming environment, including how to download and install python and fundamental python programming techniques. An introduction to data manipulation will make it easier to read and analyze data to predict trends or how stocks might perform in the near future. Learn to clean data using Python from sources like Excel or databases, manipulate it, and run basic statistical analyses.


Structured Query Language (STRQUE)

Note: A regular computer with minimum of 8 GB of RAM, but 16GB ideal. 
Text editors like Sublime Text or Notepad++. Photoshop for images optional.
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Class Description
Intended for database application programmers, this class offers an introduction to SQL, the standard programming language for creating relational databases and manipulating their data. Students learn the relational model and commands for creating, updating, and deleting tables, views, indexes and rows as well as for finding information in the database. The class includes a brief introduction to transactions and commands to manage system privileges. Throughout the course, programming exercises using the MySQL database management system allow students to gain experience with SQL.


Programming with Java (PRJAVA)

Note: A regular computer with minimum of 8 GB of RAM, but 16GB ideal. 
Text editors like Sublime Text or Notepad++. Photoshop for images optional.
Prerequisites: Knowledge of HTML, Intermediate and Advanced CSS.

Class Description
This introductory course teaches students how to build Java programs to access and manipulate data. Students will become familiar with the concepts of objects and classes, inheritance, polymorphism and encapsulation. Learn the skills required to write code, build applications and use GUI components.  


PHP (PHP)

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Class Description
This course introduces students to the PHP language and shows how it is interfaced with Apache server and MySQL and Postgres databases.


JavaScript (WPJASCR)

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Prerequisites: HTML and CSS. If you didn’t take the prerequisite classes at Hunter, you will need to take a test. Please contact us to schedule an appointment.

Class Description
This course teaches students about the client-based scripting language that powers many websites into motion. Students learn the syntax that makes it tick and the features that augment websites with dynamism.


WordPress (WDWPRES)

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Prerequisites: Knowledge of basic HTML and CSS is recommended.

Class Description
This course teaches the fundamentals, customizing a Wordpress site using a drag-and-drop page builder to add text and images to multimedia. Learn to modify themes and appearance, create links, handle media uploads, publish, move, maintain and backup your WordPress sites.


Project Studio (PROJSTU)

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Class Description
This course is designed to help students bring to fruition an ambitious, Web-based project requiring user interaction, database storage, session validation and secure browsing. The course helps you develop the back end of a site that either already has a strong front end or one is being developed concurrently with the back end during the term. Comprised of lectures, discussions and group criticisms on individual presentations, of which each student will present throughout the term, Project Studio is a seminar course analogous to the required thesis bound to many master’s degree programs.


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