Bellevue College Continuing Education offers a full suite of C# web development courses that can be taken as standalone units or as part of our C# Web Development Certificate Program. Courses were designed with the input of industry professionals to target the skills that employers value most. Instructors are C# web development experts currently working in the field. Courses are interactive, and lab work and hands-on learning are heavily emphasized.
Learn details about our certificate program in C# web development.
See an overview of required and elective courses in the program and required courses in its introductory certificate program in C# programming.
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This class introduces algorithm techniques and data structures for new .NET developers with development experience but no formal computer sc... More »
Get an introduction to ASP.NET with plenty of hands-on examples to illustrate how ASP.NET 4 works and how to use it to create data driven we... More »
PHP is an open source server side scripting language that is widely used in web development. This course will cover how to gather user data ... More »
Web services extend the World Wide Web infrastructure to provide the means for software to connect to other software applications. Applicati... More »
The final capstone project utilizes all the skills learned throughout the C# Programming Certificate. This project will form a central part ... More »
To meet the growing need for experts who can to lead teams from the development to the delivery of an IT product, Continuing Ed has launched a new certificate program focused on the specifics of IT project management. Read more. . .
Former Microsoft program manager John Pennock chose Bellevue College to get the business and tech training needed to launch two tech startup firms. Read more . . .
Ted Neward's experience as a software developer and teacher helps him provide exceptional instruction in F#, a programming language that offers the best of both worlds. Read more . . .