Web Design & Development
Web Development Diploma provides essential training and background for students looking to enter the field of web design and web development. This program trains students for a highly in-demand job in the growing online environment and technology and gives them the foundation to start an exciting career in the web design and development industry. This program helps students to enter the field of digital technology with practical skills to succeed in the workforce. Through this program, students will learn how to build functional, interactive websites; write and test web scripts and code in a variety of industry-standard programming languages; optimize content for websites; design interactive graphics; be well versed in social media marketing, and more. By the completion of this Diploma program, students will have developed a comprehensive portfolio of their work and will be able to promote their skills to potential employers and clients.
|Career opportunities |
The graduates of the Web Development Diploma program could seek career opportunities in a variety of companies and organizations that want to provide products, and services and connect with their clients and stakeholders through online and digital platforms. Some of these opportunities may include:
Upon the completion of this program, students will be able to demonstrate reliable knowledge and skills such as:
To enter the Web Design and Development program, applicants must provide:
High school graduation
One of the following English proficiency requirements:
|Intake||Intermittent intake every 4 months (3 intakes per year)|
|Students||Maximum of 80 students|
|Duration of the|
|640 Hours, 7 hours/day|
|Method of Delivery||In-class or Blended|
|Method of Instruction|
Combination of Instructor-led lectures, supervised labs, guest speakers, case studies, presentations, online reading, and quiz participation.
Online delivery will utilize Canvas (Learning Management System) to host lectures, assign homework, start the discussion, and monitor attendance with the built-in “Attendance” function. The institution will host a 1-hour training session for the instructors. As well as a separate training session for students. For additional support, instructors and students can contact our IT staff for technical support.
Number of Courses
4 per course
12 credits for Capstone Course
For domestic students: $7,000
Program specific equipment
General educational equipment and facilities such as classrooms, whiteboard, projector or audio and visual devices, computers, and internet.
No special materials are needed for this program
Students evaluation & assessment method
Formative assessments are used throughout each course. Class Assessment and Participation vary by course and will be determined by the instructor of each course. Assessment methods may include a combination of home assignments, quizzes, presentations, case studies, individual (or group) projects, mid-term exams, final exams, etc. A meaningful written progress report will be available to the student by the 30% point of their program.
Students are expected to attend at least 85% of the class time
No special uniforms or outfits are required for this program
Students must successfully pass each course as stated in the course outlines.
Refer to the course outlines for detailed descriptions and learning objectives for each course
|Course #||Name of Course / Subject||Credits||Hours|
|WDW 201||Introduction Web Development||4||80|
|WDW 205||UI/UX for Web design||4||80|
|WDW 207||Computer Graphics||4||80|
|WDW 300||Search Engine Optimization||4||80|
|WDW 304||Content Management Systems||4||80|
|WDW 403||Front-End Development with React||4||80|
|WDW 405||Work Experience Preparedness||8||160|
- Front-End Developer
- User Interface (UI) Designer
- Web Designer
- Dynamic Content Creator
- Back-End Developer
- Web Developer Creator
- Digital Asset Creator
- Web Information Architect
* Lecture time may be subject to change.