Students enrolling in both the Web Design and Web Development certificates need only pay a $35 single application fee.
Candidates entering the program may elect to take Blackboard pre-assessments. By taking and passing appropriate Blackboard assessments, candidates may "test out" of up to two core courses in the program. If a student tests out of a core course they must replace the hours with electives.
For more information about the Website Design or Development Certificates, please call Steve Bange at 404-712-3831 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A college degree is not required to earn your web design or development certificate.
Some college level/course work is recommended.
A working knowledge of computers and the internet ideally achieved through professional experience; access to high speed internet.
You will have 2 opportunities to take each test. If you fail to earn a grade of at least 75% on either of your attempts, you will have to audit the class and you will be allowed to take the test again.
Yes. It is recommended that you meet with an advisor when you enroll in the web program so that you can select your track and plan your classes.
Please call Steve Bange at 404-712-3831 or email to email@example.com.
Yes, any classes that are part of the Web Design or Development Programs, which you have taken in the last year will be counted towards your completion of the certificate if you choose to apply.
You must receive a score of at least 70% in the capstone course in order to receive your certificate. This score is based on your homework assignments in the capstone course, as well as evaluation of your final web design or development project. Evaluation of your final project is based on your use of the skills and techniques you've learned throughout the program.
Grades are not given in the core and elective courses; however online exams are administered for these courses. Your successful completion of either of the Web Certificate Programs is based on the successful completion of the tests as well as an evaluation of your homework and final project in the 10-week capstone course.
Yes you may. However, keep in mind that in order to qualify for the certificate you must complete the application and pay the application fee.
The majority of financial aid programs such as the Pell Grant, Stafford Loan, or the Hope Scholarship are only available to students attending credit courses which lead to a degree or other academic credential. Since Emory Continuing Education does not offer credit courses, we are unable to process these traditional forms of financial aid.
Tuition assistance is available for eligible members of the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines who wish to attend Emory Continuing Education. For further information, please contact Patrick Crenshaw at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Emory Continuing Education does participate in the Veterans Educational Assistance Program (VEAP). Please contact Patrick Crenshaw at email@example.com to find out more about your options.
Yes, loans are available through Sallie Mae Continuing Education Loan Program. If you are considering paying for your program with a Sallie Mae loan, please contact Patrick Crenshaw at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This varies from lender to lender, but Sallie Mae will allow you to borrow up to 60% over the cost of tuition to cover books, supplies, transportation and other costs.
Many lenders will be happy to loan you the money if you have a co-borrower who will sign your loan agreement. Be aware that the interest rate on the loan will vary according to your credit rating.
No, but we will be happy to charge your credit card for the cost of the class and refund the same card when the loan money arrives.
You may be eligible for short-term, skill-specific training for high-demand employment through Workforce Investment Act funding. For WIA information, visit the one-stop workforce center serving your area. Please contact Patrick Crenshaw at email@example.com.
Yes, we will accept your tuition voucher and invoice your employer. The voucher must clearly give the name and address of the employer as well as the amount allowed for the class. Please contact Patrick Crenshaw at firstname.lastname@example.org for details.