Web Development & Coding Training
Build or expand your expertise in the areas of web development and coding with Drexel University's website design training . Through our hands-on course, you are prepared to start or advance your future career in the highly rewarding and in-demand field of web design services. By the end of your training, you create a professional portfolio of your work that you can use to advance or start your career in web design and front-end development. You also learn from esteemed professionals whose networks can help you excel in your web design career path.
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Web Design Concepts & Development
By the end of your web programming classes, you will have the foundational knowledge required to get a career in web design started:
- A strong familiarity with HTML and CSS
- Knowledge of general data handling in the form of JSON and APIs
Web design basics course requirements:
- Provide your own laptop
- Turn in a final project in order to complete course
Learn Web Design with Goodwin College at Drexel University
- Learn from our team of coding professionals
- Our web courses are offered part-time and in the evening
- Duration: 10-weeks long
- Where: Taught on-site at Drexel's University City campus
Request more information about our Web Design & Development Classes now!
Request more information or contact Kena Sears-Brown, Director at 215.571.3936 or firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about a web design and development class near you.
Why do you feel people can benefit from learning to code?
Gone are the days when programming was reserved for large corporations or universities, only to be studied by engineers. The necessity to code has quickly crept into every industry. Whether working for a marketing team, a medical facility, or a mom-and-pop shop, automation and web development is the future, whether one likes it or not. It's best to be ahead of the curve before the technology passes you by.
By learning to code, people open up a lot of opportunities in a field that is still one of the most in demand. They are also better able to take control of their online presence, both personally and for their company. Once someone learns to code, they can imagine what they want to happen on the screen and they will have the skills to make it happen.