Front-End Web Development With JavaScript

JavaScript is one of the easiest and most creative programming languages to learn. This course will teach you front-end programming, and how to build interactive website designs in a professional, team driven, programming environment.


Beginner JavaScript Course | 20-weeks | Tuition $9,995

Night Course (6:00-9:15PM) Monday - Wednesday - Friday

Building the Tool belt of a Junior Front-end Developer course objective is to provide students with the introductory skills needed to build the front end (design side) of websites.  Students are not expected to have previous programming experience in JavaScript.  This class simulates a programming workplace environment and teaches the fundamentals of JavaScript to build attractive and intuitive websites using responsive web design. Lesson topics include Modern HTML5 Development, CSS3, JQuery, Web Animation, Backbone, React, and more.  Each student will develop a working portfolio of the various class projects to use in job interviews. Students are expected to spend 20-40 hours outside of class time to study, complete assigned homework, and practice the skills taught in class.

Why you should take this course

  • It's one of the most in-demand programming languages in the industry.

  • JavaScript is more intuitive and engaging because you're able to see the design process unfold as you code.

  • The JavaScript framework translates well when learning other programming languages.  Learn JavaScript and you'll be able to learn other programming languages faster.

  • JavaScript is a part of almost every web based technology.

  • JavaScript pairs well with the Ruby on Rails framework (back end programming).  Master Ruby on Rails and JavaScript to become a full-stack programmer.

  • Our class simulates a workplace environment, this teaches you the necessary communication skills to work on a team of professional developers.



Bishop Zareh | Senior Instructor

With twenty years of experience consulting companies on their digital identity, Bishop takes projects from concept to completion. He has received awards from SIGGRAPH, SXSW, AIGA, Awwwards and industry certifications from Adobe, Apple, Autodesk and Google. 

In 2010, Bishop spoke about the future of user interface design at technical conferences across the country. From 2005 to 2011, he taught motion design at School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

Check out some of his work:

DYK?: In 2013, Bishop organized a panel at South by Southwest Interactive on glitch art.

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