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Intro to Programming with JavaScript

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Course Code
CEWD 432
Duration
40 hours
Front-end? Full-stack? Let’s go! This course is where you’ll learn the fundamentals of designing and creating static webpages with an emphasis on good styling and responsive design. You’ll also get some vital exposure to web servers and hosting. Once you’ve completed this course, you’ll be able to create static responsive web pages with styling while hosting their work on private and public servers. Just follow the script and you’ll be well on your way to a great career!

Upcoming date(s)

Term
Section
mode
Fees

April 3 – June 5, 2024
We 18:00 – 22:00
Spring
1
Online
$1,150.00
Term
Spring
Section
1
mode
Online
Fees
$1,150.00

September 17 – November 19, 2024
Tu 18:00 – 22:00
Fall
1
Online
$1,150.00
Term
Fall
Section
1
mode
Online
Fees
$1,150.00

January 15 – March 19, 2025
We 18:00 – 22:00
Winter
1
Online
$1,150.00
Term
Winter
Section
1
mode
Online
Fees
$1,150.00

Your takeaways

This course is a great way to help you:
• Create JavaScript code and algorithms;
• Use JavaScript with HTML5 forms for validation and processing;
• Use asynchronous JavaScript calls to update data on your web pages in the background;
• Use JavaScript to control CSS.

Our approach

This course features lectures and hands-on programming practice led by seasoned industry professionals who’ll guide you every step of the way as you learn industry standards and best practices. To succeed, you will be required to do 5-10 hours of work per week outside of class time. If you have little or no prior knowledge, you’ll need more time to gain familiarity with the concepts. Note that this is an online, synchronous course.

Who benefits the most?

• Students working to complete their diploma program in JavaScript development.
• Anyone who wants to take the first step towards a career as a front-end or full-stack developer.
• Anyone who wants to develop or broaden their programming skills.
• Business owners and managers in technical domains who want to better understand and evaluate JavaScript programming code.
• Programmers who want to learn a new language to open new career horizons.
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