Microsoft Web Developer Certificate

This certificate program is offered in partnership with ed2go. Gain the Web development skills that will give you a competitive edge. In today’s highly competitive workplace, Microsoft Web Developer Online Certificate Program will show employers that you have the skills they are seeking. You will also have the opportunity to practice with online lab systems.

Who Should Attend

Those interested in becoming a web developer and learn programming fundamentals.

Certificate Completion

When you’ve completed the program, you will have the foundational knowledge you need to take the Microsoft 70-515 exam and earn a certification as a Microsoft Web Developer.

Delivery Format

  • The entire program is offered online
  • Instructor-facilitated online courses
  • Start anytime during the quarter
  • Learn from the convenience of your home and at your pace


Course Information
Course No. GES 314
Units NC
Fee* $1,995

* Fees are subject to change

Outline

Training Time

240 hours, 6 months

 - expand 1.0 Visual Studio 2010
  • 1.1 Installing Visual Studio 2010
  • 1.2 Installing MSDN
  • 1.3 Navigating Visual Studio 2010
  • 1.4 Using the Visual Student 2010 IDE
  • 1.5 Customizing the Visual Studio 2010
  • 1.6 Using the Visual Studio 2010 Debugging Tools
 - expand 3.0 CSS
  • 3.1 Understanding CSS syntax
  • 3.2 Using common CSS design standards
  • 3.3 Working with CSS classes and IDs
  • 3.4 Using inheritance in CSS
  • 3.5 Formatting links and text
  • 3.6 Working with colors and backgrounds
  • 3.7 Using the CSS Box Model
  • 3.8 Using Visual Studio 2010 to incorporate CSS
 - expand 5.0 Introduction to ASP .NET
  • 5.1 Understanding Application and Page Lifecycle Events
  • 5.2 Design and Develop ASP .NET Controls
  • 5.3 Utilize pre-built ASP .NET Controls
  • 5.4 Implement Page validation using ASP .NET Validation controls
  • 5.5 Create Custom Server Controls
  • 5.6 Create User and Composite Controls
  • 5.7 Utilize ADO .NET in an ASP .NET Web application
  • 5.8 Use LINQ to return data
 - expand 7.0 AJAX
  • 7.1 Installing AJAX extensions and the AJAX control toolkit
  • 7.2 Understand the Microsoft AJAX architecture
  • 7.3 Implement the various Microsoft AJAX Controls
  • 7.4 Enhance a web page with AJAX
  • 7.5 Understanding client-side AJAX scripting
 - expand 9.0 Developing ASP .NET non-MVC Web Applications
  • 9.1 Understanding the Web Application state manafement model and caching
  • 9.2 Enhancing web site appearance with master pages, themes, and web parts
  • 9.3 Using LINQ, Dynamic Data, and ADO .NET
  • 9.4 Working with HTTP Modules and Web Services
  • 9.5 Deploying and Debugging Web Applications
  • 9.6 Implementing Security using User Profiles, Authentication, and Authorization
 - expand 2.0 HTML
  • 2.1 HTML syntax and document architecture
  • 2.2 Utilizing common HTML elements and attributes
  • 2.3 Working with images, hyperlinks, and anchor tags
  • 2.4 Using HTML tables to display formatted data
  • 2.5 XML syntax and document architecture
  • 2.6 Incorporating XML into a HTML page
  • 2.7 Using the Visual Studio IDE to create HTML and XML documents
 - expand 4.0 Programming Fundamentals
  • 4.1 Using variables and .NET data types
  • 4.2 Decision Structures
  • 4.3 Understanding the various types of loops
  • 4.4 Understanding Subs, Functions, and Methods in C#
  • 4.5 Knowing when to use Arrays vs Collections
  • 4.6 Utilizing Object Oriented Programming Concepts
  • 4.7 Utilizing Methods, classes, and properties into Application Design
  • 4.8 Working with pre and custom-built classes
 - expand 6.0 JQUERY
  • 6.1 Install jQuery
  • 6.2 Comprehend and implement selectors
  • 6.3 Comprehend and implement filters
  • 6.4 Use jQuery to manipulate content
  • 6.5 Incorporate effects using jQuery
  • 6.6 Understand jQuery extensions and UI
  • 6.7 Understand how to make jQuery AJAX-capable
 - expand 8.0 Structured Query Language and Report Building
  • 8.1 Install SQL Server 2012 Express
  • 8.2 Work with Databases and Database Objects
  • 8.3 Design and Create Tables
  • 8.4 Query a SQL Server Database
 - expand 10.0 Developing ASP .NET MVC Applications
  • 10.1 Using MVC to implement model/view/controller web sites

Skill Sets

  • Use and customize Visual Studio 2010
  • Work with HTML and XML elements and tags
  • Use images, hyperlinks and anchor tags
  • Use Visual Studio IDE to create HTML and XML documents
  • Create cascading style sheets
  • Understand the fundamentals of .NET programming, ASP.NET, JQuery, AJAX, ASP .NET Web Applications and .NET Framework 4.0
  • Troubleshoot and debug Web applications

Requirements

  • Must have access to a computer and Internet (high-speed Internet access is recommended)
  • Adobe Flash
  • Adobe Reader
  • PowerPoint
  • Windows Media Player (Series 11 or later)
  • Java
  • DirectX (version 9 or later)