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Web Developer Certificate Online Full Stack Bootcamp-Style Program

Get Your Certificate in Full Stack Web Development

  • Complete in 9 months
  • Tuition: $17,000
  • Financial options available, including Federal Student Aid
  • Credits may apply to an SNHU degree (if eligible)
  • Learn frontend/backend development, JavaScript and related technologies
  • Flexible scheduling

Program Overview

If you’re drawn to the world of coding, you may be interested in frontend and backend development.

Frontend refers to the design and user interface of a website, and backend refers to how a web application or website functions behind the scenes. Developers may work on the frontend or backend — but full stack web developers are skilled on both ends, which means these versatile engineers are major assets for companies.

Kenzie Academy offers a Full Stack Web Development certificate program for those who want to work on the client-side (frontend) and server-side (backend) of programming. You will learn MERN stack technologies (MongoDB, Express, React and Node) and develop JavaScript skills.

JavaScript is the programming language with the most versatility. It’s one of the most popular languages to learn because it’s used on the frontend and backend, and it ultimately powers the interactive features of web pages.

This full stack bootcamp-style program also emphasizes JavaScript because it can integrate with other languages and frameworks, providing foundational programming concepts that are easily transferable to other languages. By learning MERN and how to build JavaScript programs, you may be able to pursue MERN stack developer and full stack JavaScript developer opportunities.

Career Outlook

As the tech industry continues to rapidly grow and transform, the need for coders and web developers is in high demand – and tech job opportunities are skyrocketing.

Upon completing the JavaScript certificate in full stack web development program, you will have the broad job-ready skills employers are looking for. Competition for qualified tech talent is fierce, which means the career outlook and earning potential for a full stack web developer or full stack JavaScript developer is high.

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment for web developers is expected to grow by 13% with an employment change of 25,500 by 2030.1

As experience increases, you can explore jobs as a frontend developer, web designer, entry-level software developer, web analyst, technical consultant and UX/UI developer.

Courses & Curriculum

Kenzie Academy’s Full Stack Web Developer Program prepares learners to become well-rounded frontend and backend technologists who have:

  • Research, design and development skills for web-based applications
  • Knowledge of the Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC)
  • The ability to implement basic logic, store and process data, and create web-based applications designed to request and process user input
  • Proficiency in laying out visual representations for the user, utilizing third-party functionalities, and building solutions with library and framework integrations
  • Skills in technologies React.js, Node.js and MongoDB, in addition to JavaScript

Once you complete three introduction to web development online courses, you'll move into full stack web development certificate courses. Here's a sample of what you can do upon completing the full stack sequence:

  • Implement web application components and understand design principles
  • Run a MERN application by creating navigation links within an application and calling backend endpoints to display results in the UI
  • Populate nested object reference fields, receive/store a backend file and implement a third-party library
  • Perform research, problem-solving processes and solutions optimization
  • Present a capstone project that features a full stack MERN application

Kenzie Academy’s courses and curriculum are developed by industry experts and provide learners with project-based, real-world learning. Learners work collaboratively as part of an Agile team and develop industry-relevant, straight-to-workforce skills.

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