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16%

Projected Growth Rate for Web Application and Design Employment

*This Decade According to U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Web Application Design and Development

900 Hours
(7½ months)
Diploma Program
Day Classes

This program is comprised of 720 hours of online classes and 120 hours of externship.

The Web Application Design and Development course at Hunter Business School provides comprehensive, hands-on education in full-stack web development. These web development courses are uniquely designed to equip you with the necessary skills to step into roles such as a Web Designer or Web Developer, with no pre-requisite coding experience required.

This intensive 7½ month course combines theoretical instruction with practical application, to give you a deep, rounded understanding of both web design and web development. These courses cover every aspect of these fields you will need to become a professional in the dynamic world of web page design and web application creation.

In this class, you’ll be introduced to the principles of web design, including layout and composition, typography, color theory, and user interface (UI) and user experience (UX) design. You’ll learn how to create visually appealing and user-friendly websites that not only look good but function seamlessly as well.

The web development aspect of the training dives into the technical side, exposing you to different programming languages such as HTML, CSS, JavaScript, among others. You’ll learn how to bring your designs to life, creating interactive, responsive websites and applications that meet the current industry standards.

At Hunter Business School, we believe in a hands-on approach to learning. This means you’ll be building projects from scratch, learning to troubleshoot and solve problems along the way, and gaining a real-world understanding of what it means to work in web design and development.

In summary, this course provides a detailed, practice-oriented understanding of web design and web development, setting you on the path to a rewarding career in these exciting fields. Whether you’re completely new to coding or looking to refine and expand your skills, the Web Application Design and Development program at Hunter Business School is the ideal place to start.

Common Post-Grad Web Coding And Programming Job Titles

The Web Application Design and Development course at Hunter Business School is engineered to transform novices in computer coding into proficient entry-level full-stack web developers. This program offers a deep-dive into coding and designing professional-grade website and mobile responsive web applications through a full-time, immersive learning experience.

We cover an array of both front-end design and back-end web development classes, starting with website creation and design focusing on languages such as HTML and CSS. Client-side programming is introduced with JavaScript and various front-end libraries and frameworks. The program then gradually advances to object-oriented programming with Python, PHP and Java. Additionally, web development related subjects such as SEO, UI/UX, content management and digital marketing are integrated throughout the program curriculum.

The website training courses at Hunter Business School reach a climax with hands-on coding assignments using prominent web development technologies of today like Python and PHP. This includes a comprehensive exploration of areas such as e-commerce, content management, service-oriented architecture, and security, to give you a firm grasp of the web development landscape.

As part of the web development training, students engage in a series of practical projects that facilitate not just an understanding of computer coding and programming concepts, but also foster the ability to work collaboratively within a team setting. This process also involves honing software development methodology skills and assembling a comprehensive portfolio that will prove invaluable in your future career.

The assignments within this program are strategically designed to equip you to solve the real-world challenges faced by the IT industry today. It also prepares students for a rewarding career in the field of information technology and computer science. After successfully navigating through courses OWA100 to OWA230, students then advance to a 180-hour school externship (WA240), marking a key step towards graduating from the Web Application Design and Development diploma program.

Our web development courses offer a meticulously designed, immersive experience into web application design and development, arming you with the vital tools, skills, and real-world experience necessary to excel in this dynamic and ever-evolving field.

A Few of Our Many Web Application Design and Development Externship Sites

Externship consists of 180 hours of supervised training at an actual business that comes at the end of the Hybrid Web Application Design and Development program. These are just a few of the companies that take our students to get real-world experience.

Hozio, Inc.
Cybernet LLC
Studio Psyclone, Inc.
Efferent Media, Inc.
The Ergonomic Group
Elite Feats Inc.
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