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Become a Professional Full Stack Software Developer

Diploma in Web Application Development

  • Delivered online part-time.
  • Complete the course in 52 weeks.

What are the key modules?

This unit aims to provide learners with the knowledge and skills needed to build a front end web application. It includes understanding the principles of responsive design, documentation and effective layout of content.

This unit aims to develop the knowledge and skills needed to build a dynamic, interactive Frontend web application. It includes understanding user input and control when interacting with a web application. It also includes understanding the principles of manual testing for debugging.

This focuses on understanding and developing the practical skills to build a Back End web application. Topics covered include data storage and data management using relational and non-relational databases.

Learners build on their existing skills and learn how to integrate them effectively to build a Full Stack web application. The unit covers the use of frameworks, APIs, automated testing, persistent storage, user authentication and eCommerce functionality.

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How you'll study

This course is a collaborative effort with the highly regarded Code Institute, which is renowned for providing individuals with the coding skills required to transition to a career in software development within one year.

You will be tutored by University Centre Peterborough's expert computer science tutors, whilst using Code Institute's renown coding platform.

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Web Application Diploma

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When can I start?

  • 12th February 2024
  • 15th April 2024
  • 10th June 2024

Fees and Funding

What are the entry requirements?

  • You must be aged 19 or over
  • Applicants must complete the 5-step coding challenge set by Code Institute
  • Applicants will conduct an interview to determine suitability
  • Applicants should have a working knowledge of the English language, both written and verbal.

Learners will also require access to a computer or laptop and a broadband connection.

Where can this course get you?

The content aims to develop your abilities and proficiency in the most relevant and sought-after coding languages and tools for front-end and back-end development.

You will learn industry-ready skills to take up roles across software/web application developer, full-stack/front-end/back-end developer, QA engineer or Software support engineers.

You do not need prior coding experience.

Flexible, Supported Learning

Student Community

Learning online doesn't mean you are learning alone. We have a vibrant student community where our learners help each other and hang out together.

Career Support

Your career is our mission. We help you find the right job and prepare you for interviews with 1:1 Career Coaching, Mentoring, Masterclasses, and Exclusive Invite to Elevate our hiring conference with access to 1000+ hiring partners.

Hackathons

To enhance what you learn on our programme, we hold frequent, themed hackathons, which are an excellent opportunity to participate in fun activities with the Code Institute community.

Tutoring

1 to 1 support accessed via the LMS. This helps you with any day-to-day issues in your learning.

University Centre Peterborough currently has 700+ students on over 30 different degree level programmes.

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