Can you imagine a world without the Web? Can you make it through a day without accessing an online service like Google, Facebook, or Wikipedia? Would you like to be part of the industry that invents and advances the tools that make the online world possible?
SAIT's 23-week Web Developer program will provide you with the skills required to enter this exciting field. Whether you want to create corporate websites, develop your own consulting business, or create the next hot Web service, this program will help you develop the creative and technical skills to design and construct user-friendly websites. Social media, multimedia, and e-commerce integration, web analytics, design tools and techniques, and career/consulting essentials will also be included. After 15 weeks in class, enhance your training and start your career with an 8-week industry practicum.
Graduates may find employment as a web developer, web designer, webmaster, Intranet developer, and web analyst.
- Graduates of the Web Developer program have a 83% employment rate.
Students with higher grades usually experience more success in SAIT programs. This is an intensive program requiring a commitment of both time and energy; students who experience success are those who make their education a priority throughout the program.
The ideal candidate for the Web Developer program will be both creative and technical in nature. You are collaborative and work well in teams. You are capable of learning independently and enjoy selfdirected study. Most importantly, you possess some previous knowledge of web development programming languages.
After successfully completing this program, graduates will receive a SAIT certificate as a Web Developer.
Once completed, this SAIT credential may be eligible for transfer credit at another post-secondary institution. Visit Transfer Options to learn more about the transfer agreements currently available to SAIT graduates and incoming students.
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Admission and Selection
- Applications are accepted until the program start date.
- Winter 2018 start: applications open May 3, 2017.
- Fall 2018 start: applications open Oct. 18, 2017.
- At least 60% in English Language Arts 30-1 or English Language Arts 30-2 or equivalent, OR,
- A minimum of two years post-secondary education from a recognized university, institute or college.
- All applicants must demonstrate English Language Proficiency prior to admission, including students educated in Canada.
Due to the tight integration of the courses in the Web Developer (WBDV) program, credit for Prior Learning is not available.
Competitive Entry: Seven Step Process
Step 1: Read the program information to see the qualities needed for student success.
Step 2: Ensure you meet all of the admission requirements.
Step 3: Review the selection information to understand the process and deadlines
Applications and proof of the admission requirements (transcripts and/or anticipated final grades) along with all supporting documents must be submitted.
Selection is done on a continuous basis and is based on the following criteria:
- Current resumé outlining previous education and experience.
- ICT Fast-Track Career & Program Investigation form. This form will be emailed to you once you have applied. It will be scored to determine suitability for the program; please be detailed and thorough.
- A photocopy of your educational transcripts and any other supporting documents.
- Proof of previous computer programming and/or relational database experience. Transcripts, substantial industry experience or certifications will be considered. An introductory computer programming course such as CMPP-205 Introduction to Programming in C may be required.
- Attend a mandatory selection appointment once the above documents have been submitted and scored by the department. Telephone appointments can be scheduled for out-of-town applicants.
- The final decision for acceptance into the program will be determined by the Academic Chair.
Step 5: Log in to mySAIT.ca to check your admission status. If eligible, your status will indicate that you're "In Selection."
Step 6: Submit your resumé, Career & Program Investigation form and transcripts.
- Send your documentation to the School of ICT Fast-Track office by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 403.210.4523.
Failure to meet anticipated final grades will result in offers being rescinded.
Communication During Selection
Email is the primary source of communication during the selection process. Ensure your personal email account is managed appropriately to receive our emails, files and communications.
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The ideal candidate for the Web Developer program will be both creative and technical in nature. You are collaborative and work well in teams. You are capable of learning independently and enjoy self-directed study. Most importantly, you possess some previous knowledge of web development or design.
- To find the course description for a course shown below please go to our Course Finder.
- The curriculum in SAIT's fast-track programs is constantly changing to reflect the needs of the market and ensure the classes offered are up-to-date. For a current course list, please contact the school.
|Course Code||Course Name||Credit|
|CPNT-200||Content Management Systems||1.5|
|CPNT-201||Web Design Tools and Techniques||3.0|
|CPNT-260||Web Page Construction Fundamentals||1.5|
|CPNT-262||Web Client & Server Programming||1.5|
|CPNT-264||Career & Consulting Essentials||1.5|
|CPNT-265||The Business of the Web||1.5|
|DSGN-270||Web Design Theory & Social Media Concepts||1.5|
|PRAC-276||Web Developer Practicum||3.0|
Students must have a program grade point average and/or cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or better in each semester and pass the necessary prerequisite courses to progress through the program. To qualify for graduation, students must pass all courses, attain a CGPA of 2.0 or better and complete course requirements within the prescribed timelines.
Domestic Tuition and Fees*
|Year||Tuition fees||SAIT fees||SAITSA fees||2017/18 total|
International Tuition and Fees*
|Year||Tuition fees||SAIT fees||SAITSA fees||2017/18 total|
Campus Athletic and Recreation Fee: $80
Universal Transit Pass (UPass): $140 (If you meet the eligibility requirements, the UPass fee will be assessed with your tuition)
SAIT Students' Association Fees
Health Plan: $110
Dental Plan: $125
SAIT Students' Association (SAITSA): $288
Books and Supplies*
- Tuition includes all course materials, student fees and access to appropriate technology.
Find out about tuition and financial aid.
* Tuition, fees, books and supply costs are subject to change.