Type: 3-Semester Postgraduate Certificate
Start Date: September
Location: North Campus
Students will finish the program working on websites that meet business and development requirements. At the end of the program, students will have a portfolio website showcasing their work.
Project management and presentation skills are key components of the program. Working individually and on team projects, students will create commercial applications that apply theories of user-centred design, usability, information architecture, and quality assurance testing.
|Career Skills||Career Connections||
|Project Management||Project Management||Web Information Architecture||Web Project|
||Usability & Accessibility|
||Trends in Web Development|
The internship (minimum 245 hours) can be paid or unpaid, and takes place in the last seven weeks of the third and final semester. All placements are approved by the program coordinator. Students must successfully complete their internship in order to graduate.
implements new web applications in existing websites as well as fixing and maintain the current websites.
interned with the Toronto International Film Festival and has helped TIFF to make the most of their Web site.
went on to work for InVivo Communications as their first in-house HTML5 developer.
decided to take his 12 years of experience as a graphic artist to the Web.
finished the Web Development program and went straight to work for us here at Humber.
As the program coordinator for the Web Development program, Bernie is involved in a variety of cutting edge projects.
Canadians have registered almost two million dot-ca (.ca) domain names, an impressive achievement that reflects Canada’s position as one of the world’s most wired nations. The Web Development postgraduate program effectively addresses this trend by developing professionals able to create websites that respond to market and technology trends and support organizations’ corporate objectives.
Graduates find full-time and freelance employment as web developers in corporate, small- and medium-sized businesses, government, entertainment, education, health-care and the not-for-profit sectors.
Graduates work as web developers creating websites and providing web services, and as advisors on web policies and strategic objectives. Some of our graduates will also establish their own freelance businesses.