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Web Development and Website Design

 

Website Designers and Web Developers build and maintain the digital presence of almost every business, nonprofit and government entity in existence. They have responsibility for ecommerce and help to shape an organization’s reputation by the usability and flow of its website. These professionals may work in-house, at an agency or own their own business.

SLCC Workforce & Economic Development introduces accelerated programs for both roles to help you join this career field. Two tracks allow you to customize your education according to your needs and career goals. With overlapping courses, it also is possible to complete both programs in as little as 5-6 months. Internships will be available at the end of each track for hands-on experience to round out your digital portfolio and begin creating your network in Utah’s fast-growth IT industry. 

Courses are available at three locations: the Miller Campus (Sandy), Taylorsville Redwood Campus and the Westpointe Campus (Salt Lake City). Classes will be held once a week. Financial assistance may be available; contact the program manager for details.

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Web Development Certificate Requirements
Web Design Certificate Requirements 

 

Taylorsville Redwood Campus Series | TB 007

WEB DEVELOPMENT

Website Structure with HTML

Course ID: WTIT 0301-001 | $149

This course covers the fundamentals of HTML, the building blocks of creating web pages. An in-depth dive into syntax, best practices for organizing documents, the importance of semantic structure when planning a website, website fundamentals, uploading File Transfer Protocol (FTP) to a web server, and Adobe Dreamweaver are introduced.

css/website responsive design

May 23 - June 6 | TH | 5:30-8:30 p.m. | $149 

Course ID: WTIT 0304-001 

CRN: 31958 or 31959 (STIT) or 31960 (SWI)

Students will learn about the “interior design” of creating web pages. CSS syntax, best practices for web page design following a semantic approach, domain registration and hosting, propagating websites, and designing responsive websites using bootstrap and CSS elements are introduced.

interactive websites w/javascript

June 13 - July 13 | TH | 5:30-8:30 p.m. | $149

Course ID: WTIT 0303-001

CRN: 31950 or 31951 (STIT) or 31952 (SWI)  

Gone are the days when JavaScript had limited use in websites. Today, entire websites are dependent on JavaScript. It has become a vital tool for any front-end developer. This course not only covers JavaScript syntax but data structures and programming basics found in most programming languages.

Php/mysql

July 18 - Aug. 1 | TH | 5:30-8:30 p.m. | $149

Course ID: WTIT 0307-004

CRN: 25769 or 25770 (STIT) or 25772 (SWI)

This course is an introduction to the scripting languages of PHP and database management system MySQL. Students will learn how to integrate PHP and MySQL to create web applications. 
website development capstone

Aug. 8-15 | TH | 5:30-8:30 p.m. | $149 

Course ID: WTIT 0305-004  

This course enables students to utilize the skills gained in other website development courses to finalize their capstone project and add to their portfolio. Students will showcase their website project with classmates and learn resume-building and interview tips specific to the industry.

Web Design/Development Internship

Aug. 20 - Sept. 24 | T & TH

5:30-8:30 p.m. | $349  

This course enables students to apply the skills gained in other website design and development courses by completing a real-world project with a local business partner, developing a personal portfolio, and preparing them for employment in the industry.

 

WEBSITE DESIGN

Introduction to Photoshop

See Miller Campus schedule

Course ID: WTIT 0351-002 

This five-week course will introduce you to the basic tools used in Adobe Photoshop CC including the workspace, creating and editing images, working with layers, modifying colors, adding text, and many other commonly used features. The course blends online learning with project-based classroom instruction

Website structure with html

Course ID: WTIT 0301-001 | $149

This course covers the fundamentals of HTML, the building blocks of creating web pages. An in-depth dive into syntax, best practices for organizing documents, the importance of semantic structure when planning a website, website fundamentals, uploading File Transfer Protocol (FTP) to a web server, and Adobe Dreamweaver are introduced.

css/website responsive design

May 23 - June 6 | TH | 5:30-8:30 p.m. | $149

Course ID: WTIT 0304-001 

CRN: 31958 or 31959 (STIT) or 31960 (SWI)

Students will learn about the “interior design” of creating web pages. CSS syntax, best practices for web page design following a semantic approach, domain registration and hosting, propagating websites, and designing responsive websites using bootstrap and CSS elements are introduced. 

Wordpress

June 25 - July 16 | T | 5:30-8:30 p.m. | $149 

Course ID: WTIT 0306-001 

CRN: 25803 or 25804 (STIT) 

Currently one of the most powerful and popular content management systems (CMS) online and an open source tool capable of creating any style of website or even an online store. This course introduces participants to basic WordPress tools for designing websites.

website design capstone

July 23-30 | T | 5:30-8:30 p.m. | $149

Course ID: WTIT 0305-008 

This course enables students to utilize the skills gained in other website design courses to finalize their capstone project and add to their portfolio. Students will showcase their website project with classmates and learn resume-building and interview tips specific to the industry.

 

Miller Campus Series 

WEB DEVELOPMENT

Website Structure with HTML

May 1-15 | W | 5:30 - 8:30 p.m. | $149

Course ID: WTIT 0301-001

CRN: 26690 or 26691 (STIT)

This course covers the fundamentals of HTML, the building blocks of creating web pages. An in-depth dive into syntax, best practices for organizing documents, the importance of semantic structure when planning a website, website fundamentals, uploading File Transfer Protocol (FTP) to a web server, and Adobe Dreamweaver are introduced.

css/website responsive design

Course ID: WTIT 0304-001 | $149

Students will learn about the “interior design” of creating web pages. CSS syntax, best practices for web page design following a semantic approach, domain registration and hosting, propagating websites, and designing responsive websites using bootstrap and CSS elements are introduced.

interactive websites w/javascript

Course ID: WTIT 0303-001  | $149 

Gone are the days when JavaScript had limited use in websites. Today, entire websites are dependent on JavaScript. It has become a vital tool for any front-end developer. This course not only covers JavaScript syntax but data structures and programming basics found in most programming languages.

Php/mysql

Apr. 16 - May 6 | 5:30-8:30 p.m. | $149

Course ID: WTIT 0307-004

CRN: 25769 or 25770 (STIT) or 25772 (SWI)

This course is an introduction to the scripting languages of PHP and database management system MySQL. Students will learn how to integrate PHP and MySQL to create web applications. 
website development capstone

May 7 - 14 | 5:30-8:30 p.m. | $149 

Course ID: WTIT 0305-004  

CRN: 26016 or 26019 (STIT) 

This course enables students to utilize the skills gained in other website development courses to finalize their capstone project and add to their portfolio. Students will showcase their website project with classmates and learn resume-building and interview tips specific to the industry.

Web Design/Development Internship

May 21 - June 265:30-8:30 p.m. | $349

CRN: 31932 or 31933 (STIT) or 31934 (SWI)  

This course enables students to apply the skills gained in other website design and development courses by completing a real-world project with a local business partner, developing a personal portfolio, and preparing them for employment in the industry.

 

WEBSITE DESIGN

Introduction to Photoshop

May 29 - June 26 | TH | 5:30-8:30 p.m. | $179

Course ID: WTIT 0351

CRN: 32144 or 32145 (STIT)

 

This five-week course will introduce you to the basic tools used in Adobe Photoshop CC including the workspace, creating and editing images, working with layers, modifying colors, adding text, and many other commonly used features. The course blends online learning with project-based classroom instruction

Website structure with html

May 1-15 | W | 5:30 - 8:30 p.m. | $149

Course ID: WTIT 0301-001

CRN: 26690 or 26691 (STIT)

This course covers the fundamentals of HTML, the building blocks of creating web pages. An in-depth dive into syntax, best practices for organizing documents, the importance of semantic structure when planning a website, website fundamentals, uploading File Transfer Protocol (FTP) to a web server, and Adobe Dreamweaver are introduced.

css/website responsive design

5:30-8:30 p.m. | $149

Course ID: WTIT 0304-001 

Students will learn about the “interior design” of creating web pages. CSS syntax, best practices for web page design following a semantic approach, domain registration and hosting, propagating websites, and designing responsive websites using bootstrap and CSS elements are introduced. 

Wordpress

 5:30-8:30 p.m. | $149 

Course ID: WTIT 0306-001 

Currently one of the most powerful and popular content management systems (CMS) online and an open source tool capable of creating any style of website or even an online store. This course introduces participants to basic WordPress tools for designing websites.

website design capstone

May 14 - 21 | 5:30-8:30 p.m. | $149

Course ID: WTIT 0305-008 

CRN: 26331 or 26332 (STIT)

This course enables students to utilize the skills gained in other website design courses to finalize their capstone project and add to their portfolio. Students will showcase their website project with classmates and learn resume-building and interview tips specific to the industry.

 

Westpointe Campus Series 

WEB DEVELOPMENT

Website Structure with HTML

Course ID: WTIT 0301-001 | $149

This course covers the fundamentals of HTML, the building blocks of creating web pages. An in-depth dive into syntax, best practices for organizing documents, the importance of semantic structure when planning a website, website fundamentals, uploading File Transfer Protocol (FTP) to a web server, and Adobe Dreamweaver are introduced.

css/website responsive design

Course ID: WTIT 0304-001 | $149

Students will learn about the “interior design” of creating web pages. CSS syntax, best practices for web page design following a semantic approach, domain registration and hosting, propagating websites, and designing responsive websites using bootstrap and CSS elements are introduced.

interactive websites w/javascript

Course ID: WTIT 0303-001 | $149 

Gone are the days when JavaScript had limited use in websites. Today, entire websites are dependent on JavaScript. It has become a vital tool for any front-end developer. This course not only covers JavaScript syntax but data structures and programming basics found in most programming languages.

Php/mysql

Course ID: WTIT 0307-004 | $149

This course is an introduction to the scripting languages of PHP and database management system MySQL. Students will learn how to integrate PHP and MySQL to create web applications. 
website development capstone

Course ID: WTIT 0305-004 | $149 

This course enables students to utilize the skills gained in other website development courses to finalize their capstone project and add to their portfolio. Students will showcase their website project with classmates and learn resume-building and interview tips specific to the industry.

Web Design/Development Internship

$349 

This course enables students to apply the skills gained in other website design and development courses by completing a real-world project with a local business partner, developing a personal portfolio, and preparing them for employment in the industry.

 

 

FAQs

Simply call 801-957-5367 to enroll in any class, M-F, 8:00-4:30 pm. Payment is due at the time of registration.

No, if you are enrolling in non-credit classes, you do not need to be a current student. Simply call our registration office at 801-957-5200 to enroll.

Classes are held at three campus locations. Check the schedule to confirm the location.

In order to receive a tuition refund, the course must be dropped 24 hours before the course start date.  No refund will be issued after the start date.
 Contact the Program Manager regarding availability and information.