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Full Stack Web Development Course

  • Continuing Education

  • Full Stack Web Development Courses

    Learn to code! No previous web development experience required.

    Course Registration

    Register Now! Classes start September 28th.
    Those who have lost their jobs text 'SUNYERIE' to (716) 247-4629 to get started on a new career.

    To register by phone or email:
    Contact Mark Hoeber 
    phone: (716) 851-1413
    email: hoeber@ecc.edu
    -or-
    Minesh Patel
    phone: (716) 819-9845  extension 1430
    email: mpatel@wdcinc.org

    To register online, click here.


    Dates & Times

    Course 1: Foundations of Web Development: 9/28 - 11/14/2020
    Course 2 and Course 3:  Front-End Development, Back-End Development: 11/16 - 12/19/2020 (Run Concurrently) 

    Course Descriptions

    Course 1:  Foundations of Web Development
    This course teaches the basics of HTML, Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), Javascript, and server-side programming.  After mastering the basics, students will also see how these technologies are used in more advanced applications.  This course also introduces and develops other important concepts such as integrated development environments, agile programming, source code control, Google Analytics and web hosting.

    Course 2:  Front-End Development
    Front-End development focuses on the client side of website development.  The major topics covered include code analysis, site design and debugging. Understanding these concepts ensures a high-quality user experience.  Front-End developers are responsible for the overall look and feel of a website.

    Course 3:  Back-End Development
    Back-End development focuses on the server side of website development.  Back-end developers are responsible for coding the communications between the server, the application, and a database.  Back-end components manage the data collected and are invisible to the user.  


    Course Paths

    All students begin in Course 1 and then select between Course 2 or Course 3 to complete the curriculum in their chosen concentration.


    Bundle Price and Tuition Assistance

    *$4,000, Includes Course 1 and either Course 2 or Course 3, and the cost of MTA Certification Exam.
    *100% Tuition assistance may be available through Workforce Buffalo for qualified unemployed applicants.


    For more information and assistance, contact:
    Minesh Patel
    phone: (716) 819-9845, extension 1430
    email at nmpate@wdcinc.org
    -or-
    Mark Hoeber
    phone: (716) 851-1413
    email: hoeber@ecc.edu

    Individual Course Pricing

    Course 1: $2,400
    Course 2 and Course 3: $1,600


    Certifications

    Successful graduates are able to sit for the Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Certification Exam and will also earn a SUNY Erie Digital Badge.


    Course Delivery Format

    Lectures and labs will be done in the evenings, online, in real-time using Zoom teleconferencing software. We will also use https://codepen.io so that code can be shared back and forth.

  • Need Help?

    Continuing Education

    City Campus
    Room O140
    121 Ellicott Street
    Buffalo, NY 14203
    P: (716) 851-1800
    F: (716) 851-1808

    Mark Hoeber
    Dean of Continuing Education
    E: hoeber@ecc.edu  

    Nicole Pike
    E: piken@ecc.edu
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  • Course Information

    Instructor: Felix Deleon 
    Dates: Course I: 9/28 - 11/14/2020 
    Course II & III: 11/16 - 12/19/2020
    Time: Lectures: Monday, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5-9 p.m. (12 hours a week)
    Classes will be done live, virtually, with some prerecorded lectures.*
    Labs will be flexible with groups of students setting their schedule the first week of the course (10 hours a week).
    Fee: Course I: $2,400, Course II or III: $1,600

    *This course is delivered fully online. Lectures and labs will be done in the evenings, in real-time, using Zoom teleconferencing software. We will also use https://codepen.io so that code can be shared back and forth.