Below is just a sample of possible job leads for graduates of the Web Application Design and Development program.
For guidance and more options, please tap to email Kathryn Seminario or call her at 516.796.1000, extension 126.
- Software Engineer (entry-level), Amityville
- Junior Web Developer, Manhattan
- Junior Software Developer, Hempstead
- Front-End Web Developer, Woodbury
- PeopleSoft Elm Developer, Melville
- Software Developer (entry-level), Melville
- Software Engineer, Hauppauge
- Programmer, Freeport
- Web Designer, remote
- Website Coordinator, Holtsville
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The Web Application Design and Development program curriculum culminates with coding assignments using today’s most popular web development technologies, such as Python and PHP, and encompasses e-commerce, content management, service-oriented architecture, and security.
Through a series of hands-on projects, Web Application Design and Development program students not only cultivate an understanding of computer coding and programming concepts, but also learn to work in a team environment, practice software development methodology skills, and prepare a sizable portfolio for their new career.
The Career Services department at Hunter Business School does more than prepare students for employment. Staff members help students jumpstart and then advance in stimulating and gratifying careers.
The entire department helps the prospective employee make the transition to the workplace as quickly and easily as possible. All questions about jobs are answered promptly and professionally, and any and all concerns are seriously addressed.
- Job interviewing skills
- Résumé preparation
- Cover and thank you letter writing
- Job externships
- Career counseling and support