Gain expertise and experience in the design, development and implementation of web applications.

Regis University educates men and women of all ages to make a positive impact in a changing society. The vision of CC&IS is to be world-renowned as a forward-thinking college that prepares computing professionals to be competent and influential within their discipline and to become active contributors to the improvement and transformation of a global society. In keeping with the mission, the Full Stack program is designed to improve access to education for the undeserved. The Full Stack program is tailored to serve learners who want to pursue a career in the web development. The addition of the software engineering research and development course is also necessary for financial aid considerations, as students are eligible for financial aid for 16 credit certificate programs.
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Regis University educates men and women of all ages to make a positive impact in a changing society. The vision of CC&IS is to be world-renowned as a forward-thinking college that prepares computing professionals to be competent and influential within their discipline and to become active contributors to the improvement and transformation of a global society. In keeping with the mission, the Full Stack program is designed to improve access to education for the undeserved. The Full Stack program is tailored to serve learners who want to pursue a career in the web development. The addition of the software engineering research and development course is also necessary for financial aid considerations, as students are eligible for financial aid for 16 credit certificate programs.

Learn more about graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed this program and other important information regarding gainful employment for the current academic year.

Program Requirements

CIT 480: Web Software Development - 3 credit hours

Introduces web site development using the current trends of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Students learn how to architect and design websites, structure and style content, and incorporate client-side and server-side behavior using JavaScript and PHP.

CIT 481: Web Frameworks - 3 credit hours

Covers popular web frameworks that facilitate common tasks involving DOM manipulation, single page applications, user interface components, AJAX handling, and geo-location map services. Students learn to employ various frameworks to enhance the overall user experience.

CIT 482: Web Visualization Frameworks - 3 credit hours

Covers popular visualization frameworks that facilitate the presentation of pertinent information to the end user. Students learn various techniques that transform raw data into information that's relevant to end users.

CIT 483: Web Mobile Frameworks - 3 credit hours

Covers popular mobile frameworks that enable the creation of mobile web apps using HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Students learn how to build rich, interactive web applications that run on virtually all mobile devices (e.g., Android, iOS, Windows).

CIT: Software Engineering Research and Development - 3 credit hours

This course provides students the opportunity to design and deliver a significant software application which serves as the focus of an empirical case study in software research and development. Students complete the course with a presentation of their research at the annual URSC conference or equivalent.

How to Apply

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A candidate for one of the academic certificate programs must possess the prerequisite skills for entry into one of the College of Computer & Information Sciences (CC&IS) programs and the specific prerequisite skills/knowledge identified in each certificate program. Three or more years of relevant work experience OR a bachelor’s degree within the past two years in a relevant computer information sciences field is required. Applicants must possess a baccalaureate degree either from a U.S. regionally accredited institution or a recognized institution in another nation equivalent to a U.S. regionally accredited bachelor’s degree.

Regis University’s graduate academic certificates are designed for students who seek new career opportunities, are looking to enhance their work-related knowledge and skills and to advance themselves educationally. The graduate academic certificate represents a selection of courses from the Master of Science programs. These courses could eventually be included in a CC&IS graduate student's program of study or stand alone as courses beyond the degree requirements.

Materials Needed for Application and Admission

  • Complete the online certificate application
  • Application fee: $50.00 non-refundable application fee (waived for Regis University graduates)
  • Submit official degree-bearing transcripts either from a U.S.regionally accredited institution or recognized institution in another nation. Official transcripts must be sent directly from your previously attended schools to the Office of Admissions. You can download a transcript request form here.
    • Submit mailed transcripts to:
      Regis University
      Office of Admissions
      3333 Regis Boulevard
      Mail Code: P-28
      Denver, CO 80221-1099

    Electronic transcripts may be sent to sendtranscripttoRU@regis.edu

  • Admissions essay (Career Goal Statement).  Instructions to upload your completed statement are included in the online application.
  • Submit two recommendation forms. Select professional or academic references only; personal references are not accepted. An electronic recommendation form is included in the online application. Please input the names and email addresses of your references.  Alternatively, references can also be submitted via email to RUadmissions@regis.edu using the form found here
  • Current Resume
  • Additional admission requirements apply to international students who are non-U.S. citizens
  • Please remember: Applications that are incomplete and/or missing information will NOT be processed.
  • Admissions Eligibility

    All completed applications for admissions will be reviewed. A minimum undergraduate cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale is recommended. Applicants with a GPA below 3.0 and/or those applicant who do not meet the work experience requirement will be considered on an individual basis and will be required to take one 500-level foundational course (3 credits) prior to beginning their 600-level graduate program coursework. A grade of “B” or better must be achieved in the 500-level foundational course to continue progressing through the 600-level graduate program coursework.

    It is recommended that applications are submitted one month in advance of desired start date to ensure adequate processing time and optimize class availability options. Completed applications will be considered up to two weeks prior to the start date. Visit the academic calendar to view start dates.

    Your application file, including all required documents, must be completed to be considered for admission.  Keep in mind that classes can reach capacity, so you are encouraged to apply now for admission consideration.

    International Applicants

    All completed application materials should be submitted at least six to eight weeks in advance of your intended start date.  It takes longer to process international applications.  Visit the academic calendar here.

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