Web Development


About the Web Development Program

This course is a detailed introduction to the world of front-end web development, programming, and computational thinking. The final course outcome is to design and build a website(s) of your choice using HTML/CSS and JavaScript, along with more advanced frameworks such as Bootstrap, Materialize and jQuery.

What You Will Learn

The goal of this course is to present and demonstrate how to use HTML, CSS and Javascript to build modern websites and how to think like a developer.

A successful graduate of this course will be able to:

  • Demonstrate understanding of all HTML/CSS and JavaScript topics covered throughout the course.
  • Apply knowledge gained during this course towards building a website from scratch.
  • Incorporate frameworks and scripts in the design of a website that is compatible with modern browsers and devices.


Students must be 18 years of age or older. Students are expected to have basic computer operational experience such as handling files, copying, pasting, posting, operating a web browser and a basic understanding of how files are organized on a computer. This course covers the basic computer science information that will prepare students to develop websites, software or continue studies to become a professional full stack developer.


Due to the current health crisis, the Web Development & User Experience Design programs, which are usually conducted in a classroom setting, will now be conducted online. Live virtual class sessions will be conducted at the day/time indicated in the program schedule. Attendance at all class sessions is required.

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* Schedule subject to change; consult with instructor for specific date details | Updated 10/28/2020

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Instructor Profiles

Web Development

Darlene Graterol | Lead Web Development Instructor

Darlene Graterol has more than five years of professional teaching experience in computer science and English as a second language working with adults and young students. She double-majored in history, philosophy, politics, and law from Binghamton University. Darlene found her passion in computer science after taking an online Java course. It wasn’t long before she completed her full-stack training in software engineering from Le Wagon in Milan, Italy. When Darlene is not teaching, she is either working as a freelance web developer, reading a novel or dancing salsa.


Jason Rubalcaba | Lead Web Development Instructor

From the time Jason took his first computer science class in C++, he fell in love with the idea that someone can create an elegant algorithm to solve an intricate problem. From there he decided to switch his major from electrical engineering to computational mathematics. For his senior thesis paper, he wrote a MatLab program that mapped real and imaginary solutions using Newton’s Method on the complex plane. Upon graduation, Jason joined KPMG as a data analyst for the globally renown accounting firm. After supporting Fortune 500 companies with data and coding algorithms, he’s excited to share his passion for programming to new students.


User Experience

Tikku Sircar | Lead User Experience Instructor

Tikku is a user experience researcher and designer with an all-consuming passion for efficiency. He applies his research-based solutions and best practices to civic work and affecting social change with his designs. His background in audio production has led him to work with various music tech companies as well. When he’s not designing to save the world (one wireframe at a time), he can be found either at a live music event or cooking/making cocktails in his kitchen. You’ll never find him without his Nintendo Switch on hand, so your Mario Kart skills better be sharp!