The Full Stack+ graduate certificate is designed for learners and working professionals to gain expertise and experience in the design, development and implementation of web applications. This four-course certificate focuses on web interface design; web application development; and mobile-web integration. Students learn how to design and develop robust, responsive and novel web and mobile applications which effectively integrate the interface layer with the application and database layers.
Become a Full Stack Developer
Full Stack development is an industry term for the various technologies and skills employed in web development. In particular, it implies the use of front-end, back-end, and database components in the implementation of enterprise web applications. A Full Stack developer is one who’s experienced with the design and development of each of these components.
Why Should I Study Full Stack Development at Regis?
So why the “+”? The Full Stack+ graduate certificate teaches the traditional Full Stack technologies, but it also covers Web Data Visualization and Web Mobile Apps, as described below.
- Web Data Visualization focuses on the presentation of data in meaningful, graphical forms by using various chart types; e.g., Bar, Line, Scatter, and Sparkline. The following frameworks are taught: Flotr2, Google Charts, and D3. Students learn how to design and build interactive dashboards that depict the current state and historical trends of key performance indicators.
Class Formats: Classes are offered both online and on campus at our Denver Tech campus.
Campus Based Classes: Classes meet two evenings per week from 6pm-10pm MST at our Denver Tech campus. Each class is approximately four weeks in length and starts one time per year (August only) in a cohort format.
- Fall (August) – Campus and Online
- Spring (January) – Online only
- Summer (May) – Online only
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