Full-Stack Development Program Tulsa

Learn how to build dynamic and responsive web applications including everything from creating and managing the database to predicting and enabling user interactions.

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What is Full-Stack Web Development?

Full-Stack web development refers to the entire scope of building and maintaining websites and mobile applications. Full Stack includes everything from front-end user interface design (what people see and interact with when they go to a website) to back-end data management (storage and access for information on the site, like inventory for a store, for example)

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20 Months
Full-Stack Development

Computer Science & Full-Stack Web Development

Credential Earned: Diploma

Semester Credits: 70

program length in weeks: 75*

Clock Hours: 1725

Anticipated outside hours: Students can expect to spend approximately two (2) hours of outside work for every one (1) hour of the course contact hours.

Method of delivery: Blended

Eligibility for licensure: This institution is not accredited by an accrediting agency recognized by the United States Department of Education. This program does not lead to occupations that require licensure in Oklahoma or other states.

*Weeks may be extended depending on holiday and break schedules.

The Full-Stack Development diploma program provides an industry- aligned education that focuses on full-stack development. Foundational concepts of writing code are used to build the front end of websites and program the back end of websites. This program focuses on the use of developer tools such as Git to collaborate with developers as well as modern web technologies to create responsive and accessible websites.

Upon successful completion of the Full-Stack Development program, graduates will have the skills necessary for an entry-level position in the technology sector. Example job titles of graduates from this
program are Web Developer, Software Developer, Software Engineer, and Application Developer.

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Next Start Date

Sep 3, 2024

Applications of Full-Stack Web Development

Because so many industries rely on the internet, there is a continually growing need for web developers. Full-stack web development can encompass the overall production of a site. It also may refer to more specialized front-end or back-end roles.

User Interface & User Experience

Learn how to create programs that accommodate the needs of a client and their end user.

Back-end Skills

Understand the building blocks that make up the content of a website, learning how to manage, store, and access site data.

Web Development

Work across the full scope of site development, solving the problems that arise from creating and maintaining web applications.

Career Opportunities

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Atlas School does not guarantee employment. Graduates in this program can reasonably expect to find job opportunities as a:

Entry Level Web Developer

Junior Software Engineer

Junior Programmer Analyst

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Hear from our alumni

“Atlas is a place that will welcome you with open arms regardless of your background or circumstance, and fosters the breadth of foundational skills, both technical and interpersonal, that you'll need to be successful as a programmer!”

Colson Scott

Full-Stack Software Engineer

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“The people are kind and passionate, the culture is driven and creative, and the students are from all different kinds of backgrounds and interests. Atlas School focused on important soft and hard skills that set me apart from typical university students and gave me a significant advantage in the application and hiring processes.”

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Machine Learning Engineer

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Included in all Atlas School Programs:

Technical Writing

Technical writing is an invaluable skill and an excellent way to articulate and share knowledge.


Collaboration is key to a successful business. Students learn project management, interpersonal communication, and team collaboration skills.

Mock Interviews

It’s not enough to know the answers to the questions – students must be able to clearly communicate their thought processes and understanding to potential employers.

The Framework

The Framework provides the structure, order, and balance necessary to maintain a productive peer learning environment and helps students succeed throughout their careers.


Whiteboarding is an essential skill in the tech industry, both for effective planning and for excelling in tech interviews.

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