FULL-TIME | WINNIPEG LOCATIONS FUSTF-DP Full Stack Web Development

Overview

  • Full-time | Part-time
  • One-year (12 month) certificate or two-year (16 month) diploma programs are available to non-international students
  • International students may only enroll in the two-year (16 month) diploma program
  • Blended delivery (on-campus as well as online classes)
  • Includes work-integrated learning (Co-operative Work Experience or Industry Project) in the final term
  • International applicants please visit Academic Program, Dates and Fees for a listing of programs for international students, currently availability and online application instructions 
  • Exchange District Campus, Winnipeg
  • Classes can be scheduled Monday through Friday 8 am - 8 pm 
Description

Prepare for an in-demand career as a full stack web developer. This program provides you with the skills and abilities to manage the development of front-facing (what the user sees) and back-end (server-side) web technologies. 

After graduating from the program, use your skills to design and build web applications covering everything from analysis and design to development implementation and maintenance. Common duties of a full stack developer include discussing requirements with clients, proposing solutions, ensuring a pleasant end user experience, maintaining databases, performing quality assurance and application coding.

Additional skills that will be developed include analytical thinking, customer service, problem solving, incident management, detail orientation, patience, quality control and time management.

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