42 hours • 4.2 CEUS •

Certificate Overview:


The JavaScript Certificate program is comprised of two courses. The first is an introduction to the JavaScript programming language and coding practices. The second is a course intended to support portfolio building, professionalism, and working in the software industry.

Course 1: Introduction to JavaScript provides instruction in key concepts, methods, and problem solving techniques that focus on preparing you to utilize JavaScript for app and website development. This course is offered in a hybrid format by learning at your own pace throughout the week combined with regularly scheduled live web conferences with classmates and the instructor.

Course 2: App and Website Development seeks to prepare you for the job market, including creating a portfolio of work to share with prospective employers, learning about the processes and methodologies of Agile software development, and working collaboratively to satisfy client needs. In this course you will team up with other classmates to learn Agile software development practices, working collaboratively to create projects for your portfolio or personal satisfaction.

Key Concepts

  • Develop intermediate level algorithms with JavaScript
  • Understand and apply key terminology
  • Analyze, identify, and troubleshoot code for problem solving
  • Explain how an application functions by interpreting its code
  • Describe and participate in Agile project management, particularly the Scrum methodology and its rituals
  • Identify and explain the roles within a scrum team and purposes of scrum ceremonies
  • Analyze client requests to plan and then create an application that satisfies customer needs

Instructor Insights


Andrew Winstead Andrew Winstead
Scrum Master II | American Specialty Health

Certificate in JavaScript

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