Build web applications
Build back-end applications using modern scripting and programming languages and frameworks
Install, configure, run, and manage web servers and resources through command-line interfaces
Build, administer, and use modern database management systems, and incorporate the data within web applications
Develop software in accordance with best practices for design, implementation, testing and deployment
Apply modern, best-practice front-end UI, and design techniques
Build prototypes and full-stack full web applications in teams, including front-end and back- end development based on user requirements and needs
Communicate effectively in written and oral English and use presentation tools effectively in a business, sales, or technical setting
Create web applications that follow legal, ethical, and security best practices
Prepare to market and sell web applications according to best current practice
Applicants must be graduated from grade 12 OR
Must be at least 19 years of age prior to starting the study period, and
Provide proof of meeting English language competency requirements in any one of the following;
Grade 12 English/Communication or University or College level English Course (non‐ESL) where English is the principal language of the country and the language of instruction as well: minimum C is acceptable.
Proof of a four‐year undergraduate degree from a recognized institution where English is the principal language of the country and the language of instruction.
Gateway College English Language Placement Test with a minimum score of 5.5/5.5/5.0/5.0 in Listening/Speaking/ Reading/Writing
Standardized English Language Test Report of one of the following:
TOEFL: 56 iBT (with no individual score less than 13)
IELTS Academic Overall 5.5 with no band test score less than 5.0
CAEL Overall 50 with no individual score less than 40
CELPIP 6/6/5/5 in Listening/Speaking/Reading/Writing • CLBPT 6/6/5/5 in Listening/Speaking/Reading/Writing”
4. Students must have their own device (laptop or computer)
Full-Time Students are required to complete 20 courses with 2,400 hours over 4 semesters (120 weeks, 20 hours per week). Each course in the program will be of 60 hours in length.
Indicate how the course is delivered: In-class instruction/ Distance education /Combined delivery (both in-class and distance)