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. It is taught in an accelerated format and can be completed in just 16 weeks. 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 taught on campus in a 16 week accelerated program.
Campus Based Classes: Classes meet two evenings per week from 6 p.m.-10 p.m. 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
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.