23 July 2021
Data Driven Web-Based Applicationsonline course
This module covers the basic technical aspects of dynamic website construction concerning the front end (client) and the back end (server). It aims to develop a springboard for web-related technologies that require data collection, organisation and maintenance of accessible websites, through semantic layouts and with an introduction to object orientated coding practices. It focuses on developing skills in using HTML, CSS, jQuery, with PHP and SQL and covers aspects of data flow and web data management.
This is a level one module (equivalent to first year undergraduate). In addition to the standard entry requirements, students should have experience with a coding language, and use of a laptop with MS Office and Notepad++ . If it is not possible to bring a laptop to London, please contact the UCL Summer School Office.
Upon successful completion of this module, students will:
be able to layout a maintainable web site
have a foundational understanding of database design for the internet
have a foundational grasp of client vs. server-side coding tools and principles
have strong direction for further study in this field
be able to make informed career enhancement choices
7.5 ECTS, 4 US, 15 UCL
GBP 2165: Students studying for 6 weeks (2 modules0 benefit from a built-in tuition fee discount.