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Web Programming

This certificate program teaches you how to develop a website for the Internet or an intranet. Among the skills you’ll learn are web design, web content development, web server and network security configuration. With this certificate, you’ll be equipped with the skill of creating presentations of context that can be delivered to an end-user through the World Wide Web or other Web-enabled software, such as Microblogging clients and RSS readers.

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Certificate in Web Programming $4000

This program teaches you a range of tools for web development-from developing the simplest static single page of plain text to the most complex web-based internet applications.  Important: students that register for this program must have their own laptop and bring it to each course.

Note for students that registered before Fall 2012: There are 7 required courses to complete the Web Programming Certificate: HTML, Introduction to Cascading Style Sheets, Cascading Style Sheets II, Structured Query Language SQL, Introduction to XML, Introduction to PHP and Javascript

 

Registration and Tuition:
This Certificate consists of 9 required courses. Tuition is $4000 plus a one time $20 registration fee, or you can register for each course individually, with a $20 registration fee per semester. To register for courses please click on the Course Browser/Registration.

Note for those registering online: Please call our office at 212.650.3850 to select classes you are taking per semester.   Please be aware that you are registering for the certificate and that you still need to call/come in to the office to choose the classes. If you wish to do a Payment Plan, please come to our office E1022 ( Mon-Fri 9am-5pm). Learn more about the benefits of registering for the entire certificate program.

For the course curriculum, click on the image below:

Note: Certificate Cannot Be Completed In One Semester.

Spring 2014 SemesterDayTimeDates
HTML, S2 Tuesday 5:30-7:30pm 2/11-4/15
Intermediate Cascading Style Sheets, S1 Tuesday 1:00-3:00pm 4/15-5/20
Intermediate Cascading Style Sheets, S2 Tuesday 7:40-9:40pm
4/15-5/20
Introduction to XML Monday 5:30-7:30pm 4/14-5/19
PHP
Wednesday
7:40-9:40pm 2/12-5/21
Javascript Wednesday 5:30-7:30pm 2/12-5/21
Project Studio Friday 5:30-7:30pm TBA
Summer 2014 Schedule Day Time Dates
WAMP and MAMP Software Installation Workshop, S1 Friday 12:00-4:00pm 6/6
WAMP and MAMP Software Installation Workshop, S2 Friday 5:30-9:30pm 6/6
HTML, S1 Tuesday 1:00-3:30pm 6/3-7/22
HTML, S2 Tuesday 5:30-7:30pm 6/3-8/5
Structured Query Language Saturday 10:00am-12:50pm 6/14-8/2; Skips 7/5
Intermediate Cascading Style Sheets, S1 Wednesday 2:30-4:30pm 6/11-7/16
Intermediate Cascading Style Sheets, S2 Wednesday 5:30-7:30pm 6/11-7/16
Advanced Cascading Style Sheets Tuesday 7:40-9:40pm 6/10-7/15
Project Studio Tuesday 5:30-7:30pm 6/3-8/5

Course Status
If enrollment for a course does not reach a required level, the course will be cancelled. However, when maximum enrollment is reached, the course will be closed immediately and the names of interested registrants will be put on a wait list and notified on a “first come” basis if an opening occurs. Please register early to avoid disappointment.

Grades
Students’ progress is measured through examinations, research and writing assignments, and classroom participation. A grade of A, B, or C is required in each course certification. A passing grade is 73=C.

Attendance Requirements
Students are required to attend all the classes and be on time. If absence occurs, the student is responsible for making up missed assignments. The instructor maintains and submits attendance records for each student.

Retake Policy for Certificate Program
*  A student may drop a class only before the start of the first meeting. A class may not be dropped after the first class meeting has occurred. No refund will be given.
*  If for any reason a student does not complete a class, the class will be treated as a failure. In this case, the Retake Policy will apply.
*  The Retake Policy allows a student to retake the failed class free of charge within a period of one year. This privilege can be exercised only ONCE for the duration of the certificate program.
* If a student believes that his or her circumstances warrant special consideration in the case of a dropped or uncompleted class, please state the reason in writing and send to the Assoc. Dir. of CE, whose decision on the matter will be final.

Completed all required courses? Request your Certificate, Transcript and Completion Letter via the Certificate/Completion Letter Request Form.


Continuing Education’s certification programs are offered for no college credit. A certificate is awarded to students who successfully meet the requirements explained in the CE bulletin.

 

Continuing Education Certificate Programs are part-time non-credited courses and therefore we do not issue student visas.  To apply for a student visa, students must be enrolled in a full-time credited college program or an ESL studies program.  For more information on Continuing Education's ESL program please click here: International English Language Institute
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