Full-stack developer

Become a full-stack developer to write different kinds of code that handle frontend and backend tasks.
9 projets professionnalisants
Mentor
individuel
Durée flexible
12 mois
Diplôme niveau Bac+3/4*
Emploi garanti
sous 6 mois
300 $US par mois Sans engagement Je commence maintenant

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Why a degree in web development?

One million computer programming jobs are estimated to be created in the U.S. by 2020 - as well as 700,000 in Europe - thanks to unprecedented growth in the tech sector.

Here at OpenClassrooms, we pinpoint the key skills needed for the most in-demand jobs and develop courses and degrees to train our students in those areas. That’s why we've developed a one year bachelor’s degree in web development, which you can complete entirely online with the help of a dedicated mentor. 

What will I do as a full-stack developer?

The full-stack developer can handle both backend and frontend tasks, although they may not necessarily be an expert in either. If you're torn between learning multiple technologies, this might be the path for you! Full-stack developers may:

  • Build a site backend in programming languages such as Ruby
  • Use front-end libraries or frameworks
  • Manage application deployment and put projects on servers
  • Perform sysadmin tasks
  • Run SQL queries on databases

Want to deep dive into web development? You can read about it here

How much will I earn?

Web development can be a lucrative career with many prospects opening up as you continue to rack up valuable experience. Here is what you might expect to earn in your career as a full-stack web developer:

United States

Beginner: $50,000 - $80,000

2-5 years: $70,000 - $90,000

5+ years: $100,000 +

United Kingdom

Beginner: £30,000 - £40,000 

2-5 years: £40,000 - £60,000

5+ years: £60,000 + 

What are my job prospects?

 This degree program can prepare you for the following jobs:

  • Full-stack developer
  • Junior front-end developer
  • Junior back-end developer

Who is eligible to enroll?

 This degree program is accessible to all, but here are some recommendations:

  • A high school degree
  • A good level of English
  • Access to a computer (PC or Mac), headphones, a webcam
  • Internet access

What will I learn?

In this path, you'll learn how to:

  • Create web projects with JavaScript
  • Use React, a popular JavaScript library
  • Write backend Ruby code
  • Create Ruby on Rails applications
  • Integrate React with Ruby on Rails
  • Query a database that uses and stores information
  • Deploy a website online
  • Implement unit and integration tests
  • Write project documentation
  • Optimize performance
  • Analyze a project and choose a technical solution
  • Design technical architecture using UML diagrams

How will I learn at OpenClasssrooms?

Our learning method is unique and revolves around two elements: professional projects and dedicated mentoring sessions.

Projects
At OpenClassrooms, learning is project-driven because that’s the fastest way to become proficient. Projects offer hands-on experience so you can hit the ground running when you start your new job.  

Want to see an example of a project? Read our blog post here.

Mentorship
During your path, you will be allocated a mentor who will offer one-to-one support via weekly video conference sessions. This mentor will offer guidance on your projects, help define objectives and guide you until you reach them. Our mentors are dedicated professionals who are experts in their field and have experience in sharing their know-how with our students.

 

Votre diplôme

OpenClassrooms est un établissement privé d'enseignement à distance déclaré au rectorat de l'Académie de Paris, délivrant ses propres diplômes ainsi que ceux d'autres partenaires académiques prestigieux.

À l'issue de votre formation et de la validation de vos compétences par le jury du diplôme, vous pourrez obtenir le diplôme "Web developer (Développeur(euse) d’application)" enregistré au Répertoire National des Certifications Professionnelles.

Ce diplôme est de niveau Bac+3/4, c'est-à-dire de niveau 6 sur le Cadre Européen des Certifications (European Qualifications Framework) et de niveau 2 sur le cadre français. Grâce au processus de Bologne signé par 50 pays, ce diplôme est d'un niveau reconnu internationalement par tous les pays participants et notamment en Europe.

Si vous avez des questions à propos de son équivalence pour poursuivre vos études, contactez votre université ou école dans laquelle vous voulez continuer après le diplôme.

Si vous avez déjà au moins 1 an d'expérience professionnelle dans ce métier, vous pouvez obtenir plus rapidement ce diplôme grâce à une Validation des Acquis de l'Expérience (VAE). En savoir plus

Votre emploi garanti

L'engagement d'OpenClassrooms, c'est un emploi fait pour vous. Garanti.

Avec le parcours "Full-stack developer", formez-vous à un nouveau métier passionnant avec des perspectives d'évolution intéressantes.

Vous trouvez un emploi sous 6 mois suivant votre diplôme ou nous vous remboursons votre parcours !

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Diplôme
Full-stack developer