Web Development

Learn in-demand coding skills from expert developers in our 10-week, part-time course.

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Design and code beautiful websites

Get Ahead With Today’s Essential Skills

Learn to leverage HTML, CSS, and JavaScript through hands-on projects and real-world scenarios. Develop interactive, responsive websites to impress new clients and employers with your coding skills and get ahead on the job.

HTML, CSS, and JavaScript websites

Evolve With the Tech-Driven Economy

Tap into the universal demand for coding skills, and reach new heights in your career. Our dynamic coursework is designed by industry experts and continuously updated to meet today’s employer demands.

Master technical vocabulary

Become Part of a Global Community

Collaborate with expert developers and peers at the local level, and join GA’s growing global network. After graduation, you’ll access exclusive perks, opportunities, and events to continue pursuing a lifetime of learning.

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Our educational excellence is a community effort. When you learn at GA, you can always rely on an in-house team of experts to provide guidance and support, whenever you need it.

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    Learn industry-grade frameworks, tools, vocabulary, and best practices from a teacher whose daily work involves using them expertly.

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Unit 1: The Basics

HTML Basics

  • Apply HTML tags: <head>, <link>, <script>, <style>, <meta> to web pages
  • Apply tags to HTML documents to effectively section content
  • Differentiate between the various image file types
  • Predict image paths and apply relative paths to img src tags
  • Describe how the Internet delivers web pages to the browser

CSS Basics

  • Apply and explain the CSS “cascade” including: importance, specificity and inheritance
  • Differentiate between basic web color principles: RGB, RGBA, hexadecimal color and HSL
  • Experiment with CSS properties and values to change the styling of a page

Advanced CSS

  • Define CSS Box Model, and demonstrate the ability to properly manipulate the "box" around tags
  • Differentiate between classes vs IDs and apply best practices when implementing
  • Select nested elements to apply styling

Page Layout

  • Draw the DOM Tree for web pages containing sections <div>, <section>
  • Apply header, footer, sidebar, and multi-column layouts to develop a web page
  • Experiment and predict effects of floats and clearing CSS positioning
  • Describe the use of Normalize and reset.css files


  • Practice web development by transforming a design comp into an HTML and CSS web page

Introduction To Programming

  • Practice programmatic thinking by writing pseudo code to solve a basic problem
  • Define web site behavior and the practical uses of JavaScript
  • Predict DOM output / changes by reading JS code

JavaScript Basics (Variables, Conditionals)

  • Define variables and identify best cases to use them
  • Differentiate between strings, integers and floats
  • Apply conditionals to change the programs control flow
  • Describe arguments as they relate to functions
  • Apply the JS click function

JavaScript Functions

  • Describe arguments as they relate to functions
  • Predict values returned by a given function
  • Differentiate between named and anonymous functions

Intro To jQuery

  • Utilize jQuery tree traversal techniques to access and manipulate DOM elements
  • Utilize jQuery Docs to apply functions

Arrays and Traversing The DOM

  • Apply JS and jQuery knowledge to program a carousel
  • Define arrays and collections
  • Practice using indexes to access array elements

Unit 2: Building In Concert

Lab Session

  • Apply programming skills to plan and build a full website with HTML/CSS and JS

Review and Refactor

  • Apply switch blocks as a replacement for if/else if/else
  • Describe the concept of "this" as it applies within jQuery anonymous functions
  • Define refactoring and describe why it is important
  • Learn the basics of CSS/JS refactoring and be able to apply these concepts to their own code
  • Differentiate ways to debug code and how to apply the concepts to their own code

Responsive Web Design

  • Articulate that responsive design is more design than code
  • Know the difference between fixed and responsive layouts and understand the difference between fluid and elastic layouts
  • Apply media queries to web sites to achieve a responsive layout
  • Implement media queries to change layout on mobile devices

Web Forms

  • Understand what the form tag is used for and what the method, action, and enctype attributes are used for
  • Be able to differentiate the different types of inputs and why/where we would use each
  • Understand how to group elements by name
  • Be able to perform pseudo-styling of input elements that the browser won't let us directly style

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These days, code literacy is an essential skill. You'll learn how to think like a programmer, how to build your first website and so much more.

Emerson Taymor / Managing Director, Co-Founder Philosophie Inc

Emerson Taymor

Meet your instructors

Learn from skilled instructors with professional experience in the field.

Jack Jeffress


Jack Jeffress

Full-Stack Web Developer and Google Developer Expert,

Mansoor Siddeeq


Mansoor Siddeeq

Tier 3 Support Engineer,

Salesforce Pardot

Saimon Sharif

New York City

Saimon Sharif

Software Engineer,


Leon Noel


Leon Noel

Co-Founder & CEO,


Jennifer Meade


Jennifer Meade


ML Assist

Larissa Muramoto

San Francisco

Larissa Muramoto

Front-end Engineer,

Palantir Technologies

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Apr 13 – Jun 22

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Mon & Wed

7pm - 10pm

$3,950 USD


May 11 – Jul 20

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8pm - 11pm

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May 19 – Jul 23

Tue & Thu

7pm - 10pm

$3,950 USD


Jun 15 – Aug 19

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5pm - 8pm

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Jun 29 – Sep 13

Except: Sep 7

Mon & Wed

8pm - 11pm

$3,950 USD

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  • Why is this course relevant today?

    Building websites using HTML, CSS and JavaScript is an essential 21st-century skill. Virtually every industry, from design to journalism to marketing, now requires professionals to work closely with technical teams. The skills you learn in this class will allow you to make edits and updates to your website and communicate more effectively with technical stakeholders, giving you a competitive advantage.

  • What practical skill sets can I expect to have upon completion of the course?

    This course is designed to teach students how to translate their ideas into functional, stylized websites for personal or business purposes. You’ll learn how to design and build a site that leverages the principles of user-centric design and will master the technical vocabulary required to communicate your ideas to others.

  • Whom will I be sitting next to in this course?

    This is a beginner level course, and therefore a wide range of people sign up. In the past we’ve had:

    • Designers
    • Bloggers
    • Entrepreneurs
    • Project Managers
    • Students
  • Will there be any pre‐work?

    Yes. Very light. Just download a browser and text editor.

  • Should I come equipped with anything?

    Yes. A laptop (Mac preferred but PC is okay).

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