WEB DEVELOPMENT

Skills you can use

Learn the technical skills and strategies of building and maintaining websites. Seattle Central offers both certificate and associate degree programs to prepare you to enter one of the fastest growing fields in the state. You will to build, run and maintain websites that interface with databases and third-party software, and support modern browsers, tablets, and phones. You’ll also master current programming languages, content management systems and web design principles.

Areas of Study

Web Development | Programming Fundamentals | Web Application Programming | Content Management Systems | Client/Server Scripting | Web Design

Careers

Web Developer positions are predicted to grow more than 20 percent by 2024. Your skill set will prepare you for positions such as:
  • Web Manager
  • Web Developer
  • Front-End Developers
  • Web Architects

Your success is our mission

If you need a little help while you’re here, we’ve got you covered with advising, tutoring and career counseling.

An education you can afford

Seattle Central’s programs are an excellent value, with low tuition and fees and plenty of ways to help you pay.

Busy schedule? No problem!

Earning a degree or certificate is possible, with day, evening and online courses that work for both full- and part-time students.

How to Enroll

Prospective students should attend an informational session, tour the school, schedule an appointment with an advisor. Please have any Math and English testing, evaluations of previous coursework and experience if you are returning college student when meeting with the advisor. For more information Meet with an Advisor, call the IT Programs Dept at Call (206) 934-3150.
  • Students must maintain a grade of 2.0 or higher in every class to remain in this program.
  • Entrance requirements are eligibility for ENGL 101 Composition, MATH 098 and SAM Challenge
  • The Program begins FALL and WINTER quarter of each year
  • The Enrollment Steps┬áhave been revised: Students may choose to graduate either under the requirements stated in the college catalog at the time they first enter this program or under the requirements in effect at the time they apply for graduation, unless more than five years have elapsed since the student entered the program, and providing that the courses required for completion are still in effect. Consult with IT Advisor for information on course waivers or substitution.