Information Technology (IT)Web Programming Concentration

Start Date:
September
Duration:
2 Years
Credential:
Diploma
Delivery:
Full-time (In-class)
Locations:
+Locations & Availability
September 2016 Burridge Campus • Yarmouth New applications may be waitlisted until {0} 20{1}. Institute of Technology Campus • Halifax New applications may be waitlisted until {0} 20{1}. Marconi Campus • Sydney New applications may be waitlisted until {0} 20{1}. Truro Campus • Truro New applications may be waitlisted until {0} 20{1}.

Concentration Overview

The Web Programming concentration is a second year option of the Information Technology diploma program. You start this concentration in the second term of your first year, and continue throughout the second year of the program.

Organizations of all sizes need experts who can create, develop, and maintain websites and web applications which support business services and operations. In addition, with the growing use of cloud computing, more and more business applications are finding a home on the web.

Web programming encompasses various non-design aspects of developing websites and web-based applications, and ranges from developing a simple static page to complex data-driven applications, e-commerce, and social network applications.

This concentration focuses on building your programming skills to form a solid foundation in current and emerging web-based technologies. You develop skills and knowledge in web application development, user-interface design and usability, web server administration and security, and mobile application development. Plus, you learn to combine these skills to create effective solutions.

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i Student Highlights are comments provided by students about their experiences. Students also share information that they think will help future students learn more about the program. Highlights reflect individual experiences (which can vary by student).

Student Highlights

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    Highlight"Designing and implementing a new website for a company during the first Capstone project."
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    Why Take It"Amazing job prospects and you get to gain programming skills, which is an asset to any workplace environment."
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    Wish I Knew"You need to be good in math for coding."

Admission Requirements

  • Successful completion of Information Technology - Year 1 or Advanced Standing.
  • Advanced Standing – To be considered, you must apply to and meet the Admission Requirements for the Information Technology program. Advanced Standing is based on academic credits (certificate/diploma/degree) and/or work experience that meets the Academic Requirements of the first year of the program. Advanced Standing is subject to seat availability.

Employment Opportunities

  • When you graduate, you are ready to start your career as a Web Application Developer, Mobile Application Developer, or Web Server Administrator.

Courses May Include

Course descriptions
Code Course
INET 2005   Web Application Development I
INFT 2000   Professional Development
INFT 2100   Project Management
INFT 3000   Capstone
INFT 4100   Work Experience
OSYS 2040   Web Server Fundamentals
WEBD 2000   Rich Internet Applications
WEBD 3000   Web Application Development II
WEBD 3100   Web Design Fundamentals
    Learners will also complete one (1) unit (60 hours) with the subject code MOBI and three (3) units (180 hours) from the current course list of NSCC IT Electives with subject codes: DBAS, ICOM, INFT, IMOG, MOBI, NETW, OSYS, PROG & WEBD.

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