The U.S. Department of Labor projects careers for web developers will grow much faster than average through the year 2028 at a rate of 11% or higher in the US.1
As the tech sector continues to grow, career opportunities follow. With an accredited Full Stack Web Development Certificate from Bryan U, career paths may include:2
According to U.S. News’ Best Technology Jobs of 2019, Software Developer ranked #1 and Web Developer ranked #6 of the top 10 jobs.3
From Fortune 500 companies like Amazon and Adobe to nonprofit organizations, the demand for capable software developers continues to grow. To help fill the skills gap, top industries are hiring such as:4
You’ll use industry-relevant tools such as Visual Studio Code, GitHub, Scrimba, and Slack to showcase your skills to employers. Bryan U’s Full Stack Web Development Certificate gives you the skills employers want while you earn college credit towards a degree:
According to a worldwide survey of over 90,000 software development professionals, over 75% had an associate degree or higher.4
Your investment in a Bryan University education also provides these benefits:
As a Bryan U student, you’ll build a professional portfolio using Portfolium to:
Bryan U teamed up with V School, a highly recommended tech school, to give you an innovative, immersive online learning experience. We combine 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.
Learning online at Bryan U doesn’t mean learning alone. When you get stuck, you can use our real-time scheduling system to get help from a tutor, join a study group, or meet with your instructor. This will ensure you make continual progress – all from the comfort of home.
You can enroll in the Certificate in Full Stack Web Development and Associate Degree in Advanced Full Stack Web Development concurrently. This means once you complete your certificate, you can get to work sooner while completing your associate degree.
1Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor. Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2019-20 Edition. On the Internet at https://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/15-1134.00. Site visited on 12/18/2019.
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.
“Our primary goal for graduates is to be job-ready with the knowledge and skills that employers need.”
– Scott Ashcroft, MBA, Fullstack Web Developer
The Full Stack Web Development Certificate introduces students to the various functional areas of web programming, web development, and web communication, including the creation of servers, NoSQL and Relational databases, and the use of state management tools. In addition, the curriculum facilitates the development of server side programming, as well as the use of Document Object Modeling.
The program is designed to meet the increasing industry demand for web development professionals. Bryan University delivers this program through dynamic, adaptive, experiential learning that includes personalized instruction and coaching.