Internet and Web Graduate Certificate
The graduate certificate in Internet and Web is a four‐course (12 credit‐hour) program. It is designed to provide broad training in web technologies on both the client and server sides, including various stack architectures and frameworks, recent technologies such as REST, and trends such as microservices. All students must take three required courses and one elective, subject to the Graduate School regulations.
A minimum of three courses must be taken from UMSL. A maximum of two courses can be used from the 4000‐level. Courses may be substituted with the permission of the certificate coordinator.
|Required Core Courses
|CMP SCI 4010
|Web Development with Java
|CMP SCI 4011
|CMP SCI 5012
|Enterprise Microservice Development
|Choose one of the following:
|Android Apps: Android Fundamentals
|Mobile Computing, Networking, and Security