Admission to the Certificate in Web Development
To qualify for admission, all applicants must complete the following:
1. Complete and submit Application:
- Basic demographic info
- Admissions Written Statement. We ask that applicant write a brief response (100 word Max) to each of the following prompts:
- Please describe any previous experience or training you have with coding, web development, and/or any other related skills.
- What are your goals after you complete the certificate? Please include if you are interested in applying these units towards an undergraduate degree at some point.
- How did you hear about the program?
2. After Applicant submits Application: Applicants are required to complete part one of this free online module https://www.codecademy.com/learn/web (approximately 5-10 hours), after completion applicants must email AULA Admissions with the email address they used to complete the course two weeks prior to start of classes.
3. In-person meeting: Once application is completed, an in-person meeting is required to be admitted to the program.
Important Notice: For students interested in receiving federal and state financial aid, please note that high school graduation or an equivalency such as a GED is required. Students can also fulfill this requirement by completing six credit hours or equivalent course work toward a degree or certificate, or by receiving a passing score on an exam demonstrating an ability-to-benefit from higher education. Also, please note that students seeking governmental financial assistance may be asked to provide proof of high school completion or equivalency, as well as transcripts from previous college-level work.
If you receive federal financial aid, per federal government guidelines under Gainful Employment you will be required to provide the following information after completing the program: type of employment acquired, salary earned, monthly federal student loan payment.