At the end of this series of web coding and related courses, successful participants will receive a BCIT Computing Statement of Completion in Web Development Fundamentals which is a sub-set of our Applied Web Development, (AWD) Associate Certificate.
Graduates will be able to write code using multiple web scripting languages to create, deploy and to manage web pages, websites and web applications. Students will have practiced responsive web design, and source control using GIT. They have a choice of electives in either Node.js or React.js, and ideally most students will complete both.
Start with just one course, COMP 1850 – Introduction to Web Development, and pay as you go.
BCIT Computing provides students with career-ready skills
Recommended for success:
- COMP 1002 or equivalent knowledge
- BC high school Grade 12 English and Grade 12 math, or equivalent knowledge
Students in this program are required to have English reading, writing and speaking skills. Specific prerequisites or equivalent knowledge are required for each course.
This statement of completion is aimed at students with other post-secondary education and work experience in IT.
Web Development Fundamentals is not designed for those students just out of high school with no other education or work experience. Those students should consider completing a recognized BCIT diploma or degree in order to be well positioned in the job market.
Formal application to the statement of completion is not required. Upon successful completion of the courses, email the firstname.lastname@example.org with your full name, student number, and mailing address to be issued a statement of completion.
All Computing Flexible Learning programs are course-by-course registration. Course tuition and books for this program are around $1,700.
Students register and pay for available courses online, by clicking on the green block ‘Add to Cart’. Follow the directions to obtain a BCIT student number if you do not already have one.
Please register early to avoid disappointment. Our COMP courses are very popular and fill weeks in advance.
You can “Start with just one course” and in this case COMP 1850.
Web Development Fundamentals provides 9 credits which also count for credit in the AWD Associate Certificate.
Computing Flexible Learning courses are highly applied and delivered by subject matter experts, who are industry practitioners. COMP courses are available weeknights, weekends and with some fast-track day delivery options.
In COMP 1850, students learn the best practices and tools used for the design and hand-coding of web pages and web sites. In the compressed 6-week delivery versions, students may also complete COMP 2132 in the same term after COMP 1850.
As part of this statement of completion, we are including an elective a 12-week evening course for a focus on either Back-End (Node.js) or Front-End (React.js) Web Development. Most students will want to complete both as they all ladder to the Applied Web Development (AWD) Associate Certificate.
Total tuition for these 3 courses is under $1,700, together these 3 courses require a minimum 108 hours of class time. Most students can expect to spend an additional 150+ hours completing reading, homework, assignments and web projects outside of class, for a total time commitment 250-300 hours depending on the student.
Please note: The compressed 6-week courses on Monday and Wednesday afternoons are delivered at the Downtown Campus. They each have 2 lessons per week and twice the amount of homework per week compared to the 12-week sections. These compressed 6-week delivery are aimed at students with prior experience.
Web Development Fundamentals may be completed in as little as 2 terms or 24 weeks with the first 2 compressed 6-week courses. Flexible Learning students who complete 1 course per term may finish this series of 3 courses in 3 terms, or 1 year.
Computer hardware and Internet requirements
Students must provide a current model PC desktop or laptop with a webcam, microphone and have high-speed internet access. COMP courses may use two-way audio and video as well as group work outside of class.
Participants must be computer literate in order to participate and complete each COMP course. Please contact the department via email: email@example.com if you have any questions.
NOTE: The passing grade for all of these COMP courses is 60%, attendance is mandatory and all assignments must be completed in order to pass each course.
BCIT Computing Flexible Learning advance web technologies courses are delivered by subject matter experts who work in the field.
This statement of completion was developed by Kevin Cudihee, Program Head for BCIT Computing Flexible Learning, in conjunction with School of Computing and Academic Studies web subject matter experts Jeff Parker, Michael Whyte, Chris Harris, Lynda Williams, Arron Ferguson, Pat MacGee, Daniel Takeuchi, Kris Kothumbaka, Frederic Guo and Armaan Dhanji.
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