Computer & Information Science at College of San Mateo - Certificate of Specialization: Internet Programming
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Computer & Information Science
CSInternet Programming

The Certificate of Specialization in Internet Programming provides students with the basic knowledge that is essential for the development of Web applications. Students will study and gain experience with client- and server-side languages that are most commonly used in developing these applications. They will also learn fundamental principles of Web development in order to be prepared to work with current and emerging technologies.

Career opportunities exist in numerous businesses and industries. Typical entry-level positions include front-end developer, back-end developer, programmer and Web developer.


Certificate Requirements
  • 14-17 semester units
  • A grade of "C" or higher is required for each course applied to the certificate
CIS 114 Internet Programming: JavaScript/Ajax 4.0 units
CIS 380 Internet Programming: PHP 3.0 units

Select 3-4 units from the following database courses:

CIS 132 Introduction to Databases 3.0 units
  OR  
CIS 363 Internet Programming: Python 4.0 units
  OR  
CIS 364 Internet Programming: HTML5 and CSS 3.0 units

Plus, select 4-6 units from the following courses:

CIS 113 Internet Programming: Ruby 4.0 units
CIS 117 Internet Programming: Python 4.0 units
CIS 127 Internet Programming: HTML5 and CSS 3.0 units
CIS 128 Mobile Web App Development 4.0 units
CIS 379 Internet Programming: XML 3.0 units