Seize the Opportunity
The U.S. Department of Labor projects careers for web developers will grow much faster than average through the year 2026 at a rate of 15% or higher in the US.1
Job Opportunities Abound
As the tech sector continues to grow, career opportunities follow. With an accredited diploma from Bryan U, career paths include:2
- Full Stack Developer
- Front End Developer
- Back End Developer
- Quality Assurance Developer
According to U.S. News’ Best Technology Jobs of 2019 report, Software Developer ranked #1 and Web Developer ranked #6 in the top 10 jobs list.3
Employers are Hiring
From Fortune 500 companies to nonprofits, the demand for competent software developers continues to grow. To help fill the skills gap, top industries are hiring such as:4
What You'll Learn
Bryan University offers two programs: an accredited undergraduate Certificate in Full Stack Web Development that’s included in the Associate Degree in Advanced Full Stack Web Development. You’ll earn the skills employers want while earning college credit – all from the comfort of your home.
Certificate in Full Stack Web Development
- Mongo DB
- MySQL & PostgreSQL
- HTTP, AJAX, & APIs
Associate Degree in Advanced Full Stack Web Development
- NGINX, Apache & Docker
- Data structures
- Testing, QA, & version control
- Written communication
- Speaking and presenting
- Critical thinking & problem solving
- Capstone portfolio project
A Better Way to Learn
Bryan U teamed up with V School, a highly recommended tech school, to give you an innovative, immersive online learning experience.
The result of our collaboration – the Advanced Full Stack Web Development online program – combines the power of V School’s proven learning methods, skills progression, and industry experts with Bryan U’s evidence-based, tech-infused learning environment to give you an educational experience like no other.
In Partnership With
Track Your Progress & Showcase Your Skills
As a Bryan U student, you’ll use Portfolium, a tech that awards badges as you progress through the program, tracking your progress and rewarding you as you skill-up.
You’ll use industry-relevant tools such as Visual Studio Code, GitHub, Scrimba, and Slack. You’ll also complete a capstone portfolio project to showcase your skills to future employers.
Support You Need, When You Need It
Learning online at Bryan U doesn’t mean learning alone. When you get stuck, you’ll receive live, personalized support from your instructors, mentors, peers, and tutors to ensure you make continual progress.
You’ll interact with them 1 on 1 using our Slack channels or face to face using Zoom.
Your investment in a Bryan U education also provides the following benefits:
- Declining tuition rates the longer you stay in school
- Financial aid available, if you qualify
- Cost for all books, technology, and courseware are included in the program tuition
- Accelerated program so you can start and finish fast – saving you time and money and helping you get to work sooner
- Job search assistance & preparation from our Career Services team
- Financing programs available to help you purchase a computer and external monitor, if needed
School of Distinction
Military Friendly & State Approved
Bryan U’s programs are approved in all 50 states in the U.S. for veterans and active duty military personnel with G.I. Bill benefits.
Financial Aid Available for Those Who Qualify
The Bryan U Difference
1Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor. Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2018 Edition. On the Internet at https://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/15-1134.00. Site visited on 5/22/2019.
2The Bryan U programs prepare you for entry-level positions. Also, each employer has unique hiring practices and job requirements, which may include years of experience and higher education credentials. Bryan U will assist you in preparing for and conducting your job search, but we cannot guarantee employment.
3See rankings on the internet at https://money.usnews.com/careers/best-jobs/rankings/best-technology-jobs, site visited on 5/22/2019.
4Stack Overflow (2019). Developer Survey Results 2019. On the internet at https://insights.stackoverflow.com/survey/2019. Site visited 5/22/2019.