Web Database Programming Professional (CVWDPP)

Advanced Certificate

This advanced certificate program focuses on the development of web databases and e-commerce applications. The coursework emphasizes server-side programming and is intended for students with strong programming background. Students will be exposed to a professional team programming exercise. If a student needs exposure to front-end web development, a certificate in the Web Design and Development discipline should be considered.

This is a high skill and high wage program as defined by the Michigan Community College Network.

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2021-2022 Academic Requirements

This program focuses on the development of web databases and e-commerce applications. The coursework emphasizes server-side programming and is intended for students with strong programming background. Students will be exposed to a professional team programming exercise. If a student needs exposure to front-end web development, a certificate in the Web Design and Development discipline should be considered.

Completion of CPS 161 or CPS 171 with a minimum grade of "B-" or instructor consent.

Academic Math Level 4 is required to enroll in CPS 161.

Division
Business/Computer Technologies
Department
Computer Instruction Dept
Advisors
Khaled Mansour
Major/Area Requirements
Class Title Minimum Credits
CPS 276   Web Programming Using PHP and MySQL 4
CPS 278   Java Server Programming 4
CPS 298   Professional Team Programming 4
CIS 282 or   Database Principles and Application*
WEB 230   Advanced JavaScript 3-4
  Elective(s) Any 100-level or above course to bring the total credits to a minimum of 16.* 1
Total 16

Total Credits Required
16

Footnotes

*Students who select CIS 282 must take one (1) additional credit to reach 16 credits.