Web Development : Emily Griffith Technical College

Web Development

We have full-time and part-time start dates throughout the year! Give us a call at 720-423-4700 to find out when our next available start date is.

Love working with computers and solving problems? Interested in an exciting career in the tech industry? Our Web Development program will give you the skills you need to get started. 

At Emily Griffith, you’ll learn the basics necessary to get started in web development. You’ll learn object-oriented programming, multi-platform development, and how to build web applications. 

You’ll gain experience designing, creating, and modifying websites and integrated applications, plus the project management skills necessary to excel in the industry. 

Convenient classes: Take classes two nights a week and complete career-relevant projects at home.

High-demand career: The tech industry in Denver is booming. Plus web development skills allow you to work anywhere! 

Want more information? Get the Web Development Program Flyer and the Web Development Program Checklist.

What Can I Do with an Emily Griffith Web Development Certificate?

Graduates from Emily Griffith’s Web Development  program use their certificate to up their business knowledge at their current jobs or to work in jobs such as the following:

  • Web Application Developer
  • Web Designer
  • Solutions Architect
  • Front End Developer
  • Net Developer
Information Technology & Computer Science
$4,906
Approximate cost. Additional material and book fees may apply
Part Time Program


No upcoming starts available.

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Course Information

Required Courses

Course Code Course Title Credits
CIS 115 Intro to Computer Info. Sys 3
CIS 240 Database Design and Development 3
CIS 243 Introduction to SQL 3
CSC 240 Java Programming 3
CWB 110 Intro to Web Authoring 3
CWB 205 Client-side Scripting 3
CWB 206 Server-side Scripting 3
MGD 141 Web Design I 3
CIS 115 Intro to Computer Info. Sys

Provides an overview of computer information systems and their role in society. This course emphasizes terminology and the identification of computer components and systems used in personal and business environments. This course discusses the evaluation of systems and measures that can be applied to protect them.

Start Date: No upcoming starts available.
CIS 240 Database Design and Development

Introduces the basic concepts of relational databases, data storage, and retrieval. Covers database design, data modeling, transaction processing, and introduces the Structured Query Language for databases.

Start Date: No upcoming starts available.
CIS 240 Database Design and Development

Introduces the basic concepts of relational databases, data storage, and retrieval. Covers database design, data modeling, transaction processing, and introduces the Structured Query Language for databases.

Start Date: No upcoming starts available.
CIS 243 Introduction to SQL

Introduces students to Structured Query Language (SQL). Students learn to create database structures and store, retrieve and manipulate data in a relational database. Students create tables and views, use indexes, secure data, and develop stored procedures and triggers.

Start Date: No upcoming starts available.
CSC 240 Java Programming

Introduces the Java Platform, Standard Edition (Java SE), to develop Graphical User Interface (GUI) applications. Language constructs will include loops, conditionals, methods, and arrays. The code will incorporate event and exception handling, File I/O, and Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) concepts.

Start Date: No upcoming starts available.
CWB 110 Intro to Web Authoring

Explores the complete set of web authoring skills using HTML and/or other languages. The course covers links, backgrounds, controlling text and graphic placement, tables, image maps and forms.

Start Date: No upcoming starts available.
CWB 205 Client-side Scripting

Explores the client-side programming skills necessary to create dynamic Web content using a markup embeddable and procedural scripting language executing on the client Web browser.

Start Date: No upcoming starts available.
CWB 206 Server-side Scripting

Explores the creation of dynamic web pages and applications using server-side scripting with database interactivity, server-based scripting languages, and database manipulation languages.

Start Date: No upcoming starts available.
MGD 141 Web Design I

Introduces web site planning, design and creation utilizing HTML through industry-standard development tools. Emphasis is placed on applying stylistic decisions using cascading style sheets. Web-based considerations regarding color, typography, aesthetics, user interface design, and process integration with visual-based design tools will be explored.

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EMILY’S STORIES


“I don’t know where else I could sit in a room with 30 languages, all religions represented, and build a community.”

Katie Pham says she has the best job ever. She’s an English teacher for Emily Griffith teaching at Project Worthmore. “I don’t know where else I could sit in a room with 30 languages, all religions represented, and build a community,” she says. 

Before she started teaching English, she constantly bounced around with different jobs. She started working at Project Worthmore in communications, but when they needed help teaching, she started helping out. First she was just teaching one literacy class a week, but she really enjoyed it. So she took TOESL classes and got certified so that she could start teaching full time. 

She’s been teaching English now for 4 years. “And I haven’t gotten sick of it yet!” she says. 

“A lot of people see the immigrant community and think they need to help–need to be the hero,” says Katie. “But the community here [at Project Worthmore] is helping me as much as I am helping them. I’m learning new things from them all the time. They teach me about their food, their community and they make me laugh!” 

She doesn’t have plans to stop teaching any time soon. “I’ve seen this community flourish in so many ways,” says Katie. And she loves being a part of it. “We need to break down these walls and build these up these communities; we are all just people at the end of the day.” 

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