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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)
Credential Earned: Diploma
Certification/Licensure: Not applicable. There is no licensure or certification requirement to work in this field.
Delivery Method: DE-Blended
In this program, students will learn advanced skills in frontend and backend development, mastering frameworks that are in high demand throughout the industry. Students will learn to create, maintain, and improve web applications and websites, some of which are used every day. By following this concentration, students will be well-versed in ReactJS, SASS, responsive design, Accessibility, NodeJS, NoSQL, MySQL advanced, Redis, unit and integration tests, personal data, authentication, and more.
Next Start Date
Apr 29, 2024
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.
Learn how to create programs that accommodate the needs of a client and their end user.
Understand the building blocks that make up the content of a website, learning how to manage, store, and access site data.
Work across the full scope of site development, solving the problems that arise from creating and maintaining web applications.
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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