Front-EndWeb Developer

The Web is everywhere! Web development is intricate, creative and interesting work that can lead to an exciting career in an in-demand, fast-growing field. In this Professional Certificate program, designed by the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium), creator of the Web standards, you will learn all of the necessary skills needed to build interactive and responsive user experiences on the Web. This program will deepen your knowledge of the 3 foundational languages that power the Web: HTML5, CSS and JavaScript. You will be guided, step-by-step, on how to use all client-side Web development techniques to create and innovate on the web! Each course will also includes interactive examples to help you practice and code the correct way.

Job Outlook
Web application development is one of the most exciting fields to be in!
Whether you are just starting your professional life or embarking on a new chapter, career prospects are endless and include: Front End Developer, Web App Developer, Web Designer, Web Integrator, Web Content Strategist, and many more.

The average salary for front-end web developers in the US is $104,745.

What You'll Learn:

Develop web sites using the latest web standards
How to code with modern HTML5 tags, draw and animate fun Web graphics and play audio and video elements
CSS best practices for web page design
Fundamentals of JavaScript to help you develop interactive web apps
Understand why accessibility and internationalization are important

Data science

Excel in Data Science, one of the hottest fields in tech today. Learn how to gain new insights from big data by asking the right questions, manipulating data sets and visualizing your findings in compelling ways. In this MicroMasters program, you will develop a well-rounded understanding of the mathematical and computational tools that form the basis of data science and how to use those tools to make data-driven business recommendations. This MicroMasters program encompasses two sides of data science learning: the mathematical and the applied. Mathematical courses cover probability, statistics, and machine learning. The applied courses cover the use of specific toolkit and languages such as Python, Numpy, Matplotlib, pandas and Scipy, the Jupyter notebook environment and Apache Spark to delve into real world data. You will learn how to collect, clean and analyse big data using popular open source software will allow you to perform large-scale data analysis and present your findings in a convincing, visual way. When combined with expertise in a particular type of business, it will make you a highly desirable employee.

What You'll Learn:
How to load and clean real-world data
How to make reliable statistical inferences from noisy data
How to use machine learning to learn models for data
How to visualize complex data
How to use Apache Spark to analyze data that does not fit within the memory of a single computer

Cloud Computing

The exciting field of Cloud Computing has experienced explosive growth. This transformative technology has not only altered the way business operate, but it has also shaken up the traditional structure of the IT department and placed new demands on staff members who are faced with reinventing their own careers. With organizations rapidly moving their infrastructures and services to the cloud, jobs are growing at a breakneck pace, with many positions are left unfilled. Gain an understanding of cloud technologies such as AWS, Azure, Google Cloud, OpenStack, and vSphere and how to leverage them to increase business productivity and effectiveness. In this Cloud Computing MicroMasters program, you will learn about Infrastructure As A Service (IaaS), Platform As A Service (PaaS), Software As A Service (SaaS), and other "X as a service" platforms. You will receive key foundational knowledge about legal and compliance issues, security and risk mitigation and how to follow industry standards and best practices. You will also gain hands-on experience in implementing, configuring and managing cloud technologies. This applied, graduate-level program is designed for learners who want to enter or advance their careers in this exciting and well-paying field. IT professionals not already working with cloud technologies will gain a solid foundation while those with some cloud experience will gain a more in-depth understanding of other cloud technologies and other knowledge such as security, policy, and legal and compliance issues.

What You'll Learn:

Cloud computing foundations and models
Types of cloud computing technologies (ie: AWS, Azure, IBM)
Methods for managing a cloud computing adoption/migration project
How to design a cloud computing infrastructure or service
Deployment and configuration of cloud computing systems
Insuring cloud security and mitigating risk
SaaS, PaaS and IaaS and other service platforms

HTML5 and CSS Fundamentals

This course was developed in partnership between W3C and Intel®. Learn the basics of Web design and style to give your Web sites a professional look and feel. The Intel® XDK team and experts from the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) will guide you step-by-step in how to use the latest Web standards to create a site to be proud of. During the course, you will learn the basic building blocks of Web design and style – HTML5 and CSS – to give your site a professional look and feel. By the end of the course, you should understand all the fundamental elements – from headers and links to images and sidebars – and leave having built a basic framework for your own Web site.

What you'll learn

Basic concepts of a markup language
Basic building blocks of Web design and style
Basics of HTML5 and CSS
How to write a Web page

Academic and Business Writing

College Writing 2.2x continues the introduction to academic and business writing for English Language Learners. In this part of the course, students focus on understanding the demands of different styles of writing, and continue to improve grammatical correctness, vocabulary development, and revision and editing skills. The five-week course includes material on vocabulary, tone, diction, and editing, all in the areas of academic and business writing. Students will have the opportunity to write on a number of different topics and ideas, always centered on areas of interest to them. The course materials will be offered via readings and videos. Assignments include short writing assignments, quizzes, journal entries, and longer pieces. In partnership with the U.S. Department of State UC Berkeley is partnering with the U.S. Department of State to extend the reach of College Writing 2X. Participating U.S. Embassies will host in-person, facilitated discussions sessions around the course content in order to maximize the learning experience. The State Department-supported EducationUSA network will also offer facilitated discussions in some locations for students interested in pursuing higher education in the United States. This partnership is part of the English Education Alliance (E2A), a global effort of the U.S. Department of State to address the global demand for 21st century English language skills.

What you'll learn

Refine persuasive writing techniques and essay development
Gain skills for proofreading, self-editing, revision, tone, and vocabulary
Develop strong English-language writing and communication skills

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