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Web Development

A website is the face of a company. Learn how to write the code that turns design into reality

Note: As we continue to monitor and adjust our schedule due to COVID-19 pandemic, we cannot guarantee to adult students immediate placement into a program. There is a waitlist for those who are not immediately placed.

Become an asset in the new economy by learning to code and build websites. Students learn various coding languages in a hands-on environment that encourages them to expand their knowledge base and, as a result, expand their pool of potential employers.

Participation in competitions fosters creativity and provides real-world scenarios for students to work within and experience. Gain the knowledge you need to work within a team, strike out on your own as freelancer, or maybe even start your own independent company. In addition to learning web development skills, you will also have the opportunity to job shadow and present your portfolio to industry professionals. 

The languages you learn here can guide you the rest of the way.


Employment Opportunities

Advertising agencies, corporations with an intranet, developer/designer positions, freelance web design, web development companies, and website design studios.

Success Stories

When a full-time mom wanted to become a working mom, Francis Tuttle Web Development was the perfect solution.

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Daphne Haddad web development

Daphne Haddad

Web Development student

"Ever since I was a kid, I've always enjoyed taking things apart and figuring out what the issue was, rebuilding and reassembling it. In a way, this is the same thing; just with code."

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About this Occupation

Job opportunities for Web Development program graduates are projected to grow by 13 percent by 2028, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, as more companies transition products and information toward online availability. Web Development is a fast-pace environment that requires flexibility and creative problem solving. Communication and adaptability are valuable skills in a constantly changing industry.


Projected growth for Web Developer job opportunities over the next decade, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics