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Gain the knowledge and skills to plan, program, and test dynamic web applications. You’ll learn programming languages that are standard in the industry. From the start, you'll develop your skills building basic websites and progressing to dynamic database-driven web applications.
Computer Lab: Practice your coding and programming skills with the latest in industry software.
This program is offered in the evening with classes starting at 6:00pm, allowing you to work and go to school at the same time. You will also take online classes to complete your degree.
An articulation agreement allows you to transfer your Web Programming and Development coursework to the Technology Management program at the University of Northern Iowa.
If you plan to transfer, work closely with a program advisor to ensure courses transfer and you meet program requirements.
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Graduates find employment in all types of businesses including:
Source: 2016 Iowa Wage Report, Iowa Workforce Development
The following is a partial list of employers who have hired graduates from this program:
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Complete Hawkeye's online admissions application to apply and be considered for the Web Programming and Development program.
Request to have your transcripts sent to the Admissions office.
In order to be eligible for the Web Programming and Development program, all students must meet minimum score requirements and/or successfully complete the required college success courses in English, reading, and math with a "C" grade or higher at Hawkeye Community College or comparable courses at another accredited college. For appropriate college success course placement, work with your program advisor.
Applicants meeting the Basic Skill Competencies Requirements criteria are eligible for acceptance.
Applicants not meeting the Basic Skill Competencies Requirements criteria will be accepted to a Pre-Program. As a pre-program student, you will begin with general education and prerequisite classes. An advisor will help you create an academic plan to meet your program admission requirements. Once you have completed your pre-program coursework contact Admissions.
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