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Programmer Analyst LEA.CK: Profile Full Stack Web Developer

Full Stack Web Developer (ITL)
International students need to apply four months before the start date

Overview

As a web developer, you are not only expected to formulate, design and wireframe web solutions but to know how to code and maintain them as well. You are counted on to stay one step ahead of web and digital trends.

The expansion of e-commerce is expected to be the main driver of web developer job growth over the next decade. Take advantage of being a full-stack web developer and learn how to create complex server-side web applications that use powerful relational databases to continually store data. As a skilled web developer, you shape the face of your company on digital channels by designing, implementing and maintaining key aspects of your company’s web presence: you fulfill the role of both designer and programmer, making you an invaluable part of your company’s digital marketing team.

New to coding? This profile path covers everything from the basics to complex solutions. Montreal College’s Web Development profile path has been designed to enable you to build compelling websites by making use of cutting-edge programming languages and web frameworks.

SKILLS ACQUIRED

Full Stack Web Developer (ITL)
Rosana N

Java Developer

Full Stack Web Developer (ITL)
Cecilia G

Java Developer

Full Stack Web Developer (ITL)
Cristal C

Developer

Full Stack Web Developer (ITL)
Dinith karunanayake

Developer

ELIGIBILITY AND REQUIREMENTS

This is an entry-level course/program, but it assumes that students have the following: General IT knowledge
A programming background is considered an asset.

COURSE OUTLINE

A.E.C. – Specialization - Programmer Analyst (LEA.CK) (Full Stack Web Developer)
-(900 hrs)-

You learn fundamental programming structures including data types, operators, branching and looping structures, user-defined methods and basic data structures. You also learn how to use OOP features like encapsulation, inheritance, interfaces, overloading, overriding and polymorphism.

The frontend, generally called the User Interface (UI) includes colours, animation, layouts, and all the other elements that add to app or website experience. You are given an overview of client-side web UI frameworks, including Bootstrap. You learn about responsive design, HTML, CSS, UX concepts and JavaScript components.

Backend allows you to interact with the app or service. It is the internal working of the application or website that includes the server, frameworks and databases. You will learn the PHP language and how to apply the Laravel PHP framework.

In this module you are introduced to database basics and how to interact with them. You also learn to integrate databases into your website using SQL and server-side data access objects.

A CMS is a software application that facilitates creating, editing, organizing and publishing content. WordPress is a content management system (CMS) that allows you to create and publish content on the web. It has over twelve thousand plugins available on its website, most of which are available for free.

After learning how to design web pages and interact with the database, you discover how to build dynamic front-end web apps using Angular, a full featured framework whose core goal is simplification. It excels at building dynamic, single-page web apps (SPAs) and supports the model-view-controller (MVC) programming structure.

At the end of the program, students complete a real-time, industrially-simulated web development project.

INSTRUCTOR SPOTLIGHT

COMMUNITY TESTIMONIAL

After only one year at MCIT, I learned everything I wanted to, which helped grow my Java career. Shortly after finishing my courses, MCIT helped me integrate into the workforce quickly.

Alexander Haig — Java Student
  • Full Stack Web Developer (ITL)
  • Full Stack Web Developer (ITL)
  • Full Stack Web Developer (ITL)
  • Full Stack Web Developer (ITL)
  • Full Stack Web Developer (ITL)

CALENDAR

— F.A.Q —

Yes. We conduct prerequisite classes that will help you to start the program on a high note.
Yes, we will. Please consult our Career center section for additional information.
Not at this time, but please consult our Financial Aid section for information on grants and loans.
Yes, of course you can visit our campus and enquire about our program. You can register for the next upcoming information session through our website. You can also book an appointment to meet our program advisor.
Each student is provided with a PC in the classroom. However, students can bring their own laptops.