Full Stack+

Graduate Certificate

Add valuable software development skills to your repertoire.

Regis’ Graduate Certificate in Full Stack+ gives students the opportunity to gain valuable software development skills to help them stand out in their professional field. Full Stack refers to the entire “stack” of software applications and programming languages used in both front-end and back-end web development.

Our Full Stack+ graduate certificate is designed to give you hands-on experience designing and implementing web apps using HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, AJAX, REST, JSON, jQuery, Angular, Flex Slider, Parallax, Google Maps/Places, Flotr2, Google Charts, D3, Bootstrap, jQuery Mobile, Ionic and Phone Gap/Cordova. Why the “+”? The Full Stack+ graduate certificate teaches the traditional Full Stack technologies, but it also covers Web Data Visualization and Web Mobile Apps.

Classes are designed for the working professional and made to fit around your busy schedule.

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Program Snapshot

Program Format
Online or on-campus courses
8-week terms

Time Commitment
6-12 months

Key Dates
Starts are offered in March, June and October

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Programming languages taught in program
Median salary for software developers*
Estimated job growth for software developers through 2029*

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Program Details

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MSSE 635: Software Architecture & Design

Study of the concepts, representation techniques, development methods and tools for architecture-centric software engineering. Topics include domain-specific software architectures, architectural styles, architecture description languages, software connectors and dynamism in architectures.

MSSE 661: Web Software Development

Introduces webpage development using HTML/HTML5, CSS/CSS3, and JavaScript. Students learn how to design and develop a website, structure/style its content and navigate/update the document object model.

MSSE 663: Web Frameworks

Covers the most popular JavaScript frameworks, including jQuery, AngularJS and Google Maps. Students learn how to use these frameworks to do DOM manipulation, AJAX, single-page applications and the display/manipulation of maps.

MSSE 667: Web Mobile Frameworks

Covers popular mobile frameworks that enable the creation of mobile web page apps using HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Students learn how to build rich, interactive web applications that run on virtually all devices.

To apply to the Full Stack+ graduate certificate program, you will need:

  • Completed online application
  • Official degree-bearing transcripts
  • Three or more years of relevant work experience or a bachelor's degree in a relevant computer science field
  • Resume
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Program tuition: $845 per credit hour

Total program credits: 12

Fees: $75 technology fee per course

Earning your Graduate Certificate in Full Stack+ sets you apart and expands your professional network — think of it as an investment in your future. Between scholarship opportunities and financial aid packages, advancing your education is within reach. Explore our Investing in Your Future graduate financing guide or sign up for one of our upcoming graduate financial aid information sessions.

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The Graduate Certificate in Full Stack+ program is offered by the Information Technologies Department in the Anderson College of Business and Computing.