Web Applications for Microsoft.NET (Part-time)
- Program Code:
- Engineering & Information Technology
About the ProgramThis advanced program helps develop the skills necessary to build solutions based on the Microsoft.NET platform. The .NET platform was created with the Internet in mind. As a result, it fundamentally changes the way applications are developed for the Windows Operating System. Through the Microsoft.NET Framework, the student will use the tools and technologies to develop and deploy scalable and reliable web-based applications. Specific topic areas that will be covered include XML Web Services, ASP.NET, ADO.NET, Microsoft Visual Basic.NET and Microsoft C#.NET.
Program InformationAll courses must be completed within 4 years of acceptance into the program.
- Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD), or equivalent, OR 19 years of age or older.
Note re: Admission Requirements
- Students must be able to receive instruction, respond and research in the English language.
- Submit a completed Conestoga College Program Application Form.
- Attach proof of Admission Requirements.
- Final selection is made following an assessment of the admission requirements.
- Credit will be given for qualifying courses that were successfully completed up to two (2) years prior to admission into the program.
How to ApplyStudents may obtain a Conestoga College Program Application Form from any Conestoga College campus, OR by writing directly to the Registrar's Office, OR by using the college website at www.conestogac.on.ca/admissions/forms
Send completed applications to:
299 Doon Valley Dr
Canada N2G 4M4
How to Register for CoursesGo to How to Register for detailed registration information.
Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR)Conestoga recognizes prior learning of skills, knowledge or competencies that have been acquired through employment, formal and informal education, non-formal learning or other life experiences. Prior learning must be measurable at the required academic level and meet Conestoga standards of achievement for current courses. Challenge exams and portfolio development are the primary methods of assessment. Other methods of assessment may be available depending upon the nature of the course objectives. Successful completion of the assessment results in an official course credit that will be recorded on the student's Conestoga transcript. PLAR cannot be used by registered Conestoga students for the clearance of academic deficiencies, to improve grades or to obtain admission into a program.
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Graduate OpportunitiesFor more details on related occupations, job market information and career opportunities, see the Government of Canada website: http://www.workingincanada.gc.ca
Program Related Resources
- Demonstrate basic and some advanced features of HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) as used in the design of Web pages.
- Use the Systems Development Life Cycle with respect to traditional and object oriented methods of analysis and design.
- Apply the Systems Development Life Cycle to develop solutions to analyze and design automated solutions to business problems.
- Create interactive Web pages using a scripting language at the client-side of the application.
- Demonstrate effective use of the Document Object Model and the Windows object through client-side scripting.
- Discuss the Microsoft.NET Framework including the Common Language Runtime, assemblies and base classes.
- Use Microsoft's Visual Studio.NET Interactive Development Environment (IDE) to create desktop and web-based applications.
- Discuss the principles behind server-side scripting.
- Use ASP.NET to create high performance, programmable web host environment to create web pages dynamically.
- Use the ASP.NET object model.
- Create web solutions with ADO.NET to provide access to databases available to the web host.
- Use the ADO.NET object model.
- Discuss the technologies (like XML, SOAP, UDDI and WSDL) used to support XML Web services in today's web solutions.
- Build and demonstrate XML Web service providers.
- Build and demonstrate how to consume an XML Web service.
Click on the course code or title below for a full description of the course. If available for registration, clicking on "Details" in the status column will open a new browser tab or window in the Student Portal.
|Course Code||Course Title||Status|
|INFO1480||Systems Analysis And Design
Description: Recommended: PROG1330 Problem Solving and Programming Concepts or equivalent knowledge.
This course teaches the practical skills you need to analyze business problems and design modern information system solutions. Learn a Systems Development Life Cycle approach that successfully blends traditional methods and current technologies. Emphasis is placed on meeting user needs through the use of realistic case studies.
Description: Recommended: PROG1390 HTML.
|PROG1300||Visual Basic.NET II
Description: Recommended: PROG1290 or equivalent knowledge. This course builds on programming fundamentals. It exposes the student to Visual Studio.NET environment as it develops the skills in Visual Basic.NET. Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to build complete programs, which conform to Windows standards. Topics include: the Microsoft Windows .NET Framework, object-oriented programming, file IO, arrays, advanced windows controls, multiple-document applications, and structured error handling.
Description: Recommended: PROG1300 or PROG1400. Experience with Client-Side Scripting Using VBScript would be an asset. This course extends the knowledge you gained from Visual Basic.NET II or Visual C#.NET II to the world of Web development. ASP.NET is a server-based technology designed to create interactive HTML pages for the Internet or Intranet. Topics include: ASP.NET Server Controls, creating user controls and components, and configuring your ASP.NET applications. In addition, you will be introduced to database access through ADO.NET and Web services using XML.
Description: Recommended: PROG1300, PROG1400, PROG1410 or equivalent programming experience. This course builds on the knowledge gained in previous .NET development courses. Upon completion of the course, students will be able to use the System.Data namespace (ADO.NET) in order to interact with online databases using Active Server Pages (ASP.NET). Topics include: relational databases design, database connections, navigating DataSets, modifying records, structured query language (SQL), XML and ASP.NET.
|PROG1440||XML Web Services
Description: Recommended: PROG1430 or equivalent knowledge. This course builds on the knowledge gained in ADO.NET. Upon completion of the course, students will be able to create and use XML Web Services to communicate and share information stored in a database. Topics include: XML, Web Services, Simple Object Access ProtocPol (SOAP), Web Services Description Language (WSDL), and SML data access using ADO.NET.
|Course Code||Course Title||Spring||Fall||Winter|
|INFO1480||Systems Analysis and Design||X|
|PROG1300||Visual Basic.NET II||X||X||X|
|PROG1440||XML Web Services||X||X||X|
|Course Code||Course Title||Online Code||Online Course Title|
|PROG1410||ASP.NET||PROG1005||Web Application Development with ASP.NET and C#|
All efforts will be made to adhere to this schedule, however the college reserves the right to make adjustments when necessary.
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