|Intakes||Semester 1, Semester 2|
|Study options||Full-time, Part-time |
Part-time study will take 3 years
|All of our full-time programmes qualify for student loans and allowances through StudyLink. Many part-time programmes also qualify. Apply online at www.studylink.govt.nz or phone 0800 88 99 00. Apply early to help avoid enrolment and payment delays.|
Information for international students
|Intakes||February, July, November|
|Minimum IELTS||6.0 with no band less than 5.5|
|Duration (length of study)||1 year|
|Application Checklist and Requirements||View the information page to see what documents you must supply with your application.|
|International Student Apply now International Student Enquiry|
This is a one‐year full‐time programme, designed to prepare you for employment as a professional web developer. This programme may also be studied on a part‐time basis for three years.
Gain an understanding of advanced web design and development methodologies and techniques.
- Systems Analysis and Design
- Web Services and Design Methodologies
- Data Management
- Human Computer Interaction
- Client Server Web Development
- Advanced Content Management System
Knowledge and skills you will gain
Upon successful completion graduates will be able to:
- Research, evaluate and apply advanced web design and development methodologies and techniques in relation to current technologies.
- Apply technical and conceptual thinking to research, design and develop a range of real-world web design and development problems.
- Apply communication, information design, personal, and interpersonal skills, clearly and professionally to enhance working effectiveness, efficiency, and quality outcomes within their professional practice.
- Demonstrate an enquiring, flexible, creative and critical attitude towards contemporary issues and underlying theoretical concepts as emerging professional web developers.
- Demonstrate an awareness of social and ethical issues and have the ability to function positively in a culturally diverse professional environment.
- an undergraduate degree; or a 2‐year level 7 or above diploma in a related discipline or equivalent; or a minimum 3 years’ equivalent relevant experience.
- evidence of English language competency where English is not a first language.
- evidence of ability to meet academic and any other requirements must be provided.
Page last updated: 27 Sep 2017