Kennesaw State’s College of Continuing and Professional Education is adding new courses to its web design and development certificate program over the span of the next year to provide students with more in-depth certificate options.

College of Continuing and Professional Education Technology Program Manager Rebecca Mattox said they will be adding three new courses to the program — a graphic web design course, a front-end web development course and a back-end development course.

According to Mattox, the college previously offered a web design and development certificate program that spanned around nine months. She said that the program will now cover topics in two separate courses — graphic web design and front-end web development — allowing instructors to expand on these topics and providing a more hands-on experience.

Mattox said that the courses are intended to serve as three separate certificate programs, such as the full-stack web developer certificate, earned by taking both

Article source: http://ksusentinel.com/2018/07/09/ksu-adds-new-courses-to-web-design-development-program/

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