Fundamentals of Development is an 8 week, part-time course for those that want to take the initial dive into the fundamental languages of web development. This is the first of the 5 modules included in the comprehensive part-time program.
Intro to HTML, CSS, and GitHub
CSS Page Layout and Design, Chrome Dev Tools, and HTML 5 New Features
CSS Selectors, Specificity, HTML Forms, Bootstrap, and a Webpage Design project
Intro to jQuery, DOM events, and Guessing Game
Reference Data Types, Dynamic DOM Creation, and Event Delegation
Agile Process, Standups, Mini Projects, and Final Project
Final Project support, General student questions
Plus after hours instructor availability
Plus 32 prototypes, numerous practice
problems, & skill assessments
Plus 8 hrs of homework, 2 hrs of after
class instructor support per week
Students will maximize their learning experience by having direct interaction with highly skilled, seasoned instructors who are there to help them develop the skills needed to build dynamic web sites and applications. The sessions are conducted in-person at our facility but students can participate remotely if needed to accommodate busy schedules.
Students will have 24 hour access to recorded sessions, pre-recorded material, prototypes, practices problems and skills assessment all through the LearningFuze student portal. The materials and curriculum is readily available to accommodate the students changing and varied schedules.
Students of LearningFuze are never truly alone, even when working after hours. The classes each have their own chat room and question queue moderated by an instructor. Students can ask questions, collaborate on projects, and work together throughout the course. Instructors are available for direct student assistance before each class and in the evenings on non-instructional days.
Must be 18 years of age
Must have a laptop
Module start dates coming soon!
This is a required course to complete the Front End, Back End, and Full Stack Development tracks of the Part Time Comprehensive Program. The only exception to this are those students who have tested into a later module.