Students gain real world experience completing a web site for a real world client. This full-time intensive program is 14 weeks long at our Markham campus. Lecture hours from 9:00am to noon each day. Faculty are available during the afternoon, until 4:00pm.
Students learn to use the latest technologies to build modern, leading websites. Special focus is placed on modern development practices using HTML5 & CSS3. (more...)
Learn to plan beyond the desktop and build stunning designs that anticipate and respond to a broad assortment of devices and browsers. (more...)
Create and manipulate images in Photoshop, captivate your audience with great graphics, images and text. Learn how to create logos in Illustrator. (more...)
Students learn to accelerate their development using industry established tools and technologies. The course focuses on exposing students to a wide variety of industry accepted text editors. (more...)
This module sets the groundwork for basic PHP development and looks at several popular PHP based Content Management Systems. (more...)
This forward-looking module examines emergent topics and concepts in the web related technologies. Current topics relate to hybrid desktop web apps. (more...)
Students will engage a real-life client in a full website design from start (research and preparation) to completion. (more...)
Understand how to research your client's industry, ways to plan and design a website, how work is to be sequenced, organizing content, cost estimating, conflict resolution and accessibility. (more...)
Due to the programs accelerated learning and development and to guarantee future success, students are asked to schedule an interview to register for this program. A resume is required for the interview.
No prior coding or graphic design experience is required for this course.
The Webmaster program is offered 3 times per year starting January, May and September.
Fees for Canadian Citizens and Landed Immigrants: the full tuition fee for each 14 week course is Cdn $5,500. Fees include books, computer services and equipment, software use and materials, and network services.
We are always looking for new and interesting "real life" projects for our students to work on, and are accepting applications.
Our instructor team is comprised of designers and programmers who provide you with a strong base on which to start your career.
Donna has a background in design with experience as a Graphic Designer, (more...)
Dr. Paolucci is the founder of Learn Canada, and has 32 years (more...)
Sharon has a passion for web technologies and exceptional problem solving (more...)
Eric is a U of T alumni graduating with a degree in SPE Psychology and MA (more...)
Derek is a programmer and author specializing in Internet technologies. (more...)
Tim is currently freelancing as a web designer, print designer and illustrator. (more...)
"I graduated from the Webmaster Site Design program last year and definitely recommend it. It's full time and intensive. The instructors are very knowledgeable and were always available to help when I needed assistance. You will get a very good understanding of website design and a good grounding in the different aspects of constructing a website with this course. Working with a real client at the end of the course was great practice in actually applying the knowledge that was learned."
– Vicky Gale, Graphic Designer
"The Seneca College Webmaster Program has been by far the best schooling experience I have ever had. The instructors are there every step of the way to make sure you succeed and are always willing to go the extra mile to make sure you understand the material. Moreover, all the instructors have a great sense of humor and provide a very enjoyable experience during the duration of the program!"
– Justin Bonfini
(Webmaster Program 2016)
The Webmaster program is not eligible for OSAP loans. Many banks have student loans available to qualified students.
The LLP lets you withdraw from your RRSPs to finance full-time training or education. more information
Second Career is a program funded by the Government of Ontario to help laid-off workers train for jobs. You could receive financial assistance to cover some of the costs associated with this program.
Eligibility for the Second Career program is determined by the Government of Ontario. For more information, please visit the Employment Ontario Website and visit an Employment Ontario Assessment Centre in your area.
Take your career to the next level!
Our Career Services staff provide employment search support -- tips and techniques, counseling, leads and contacts to help in your web design and developer job search.
To arrange your interview, or for more information contact:
Donna Noma firstname.lastname@example.org 416.491.5050 ext. 77281
8 The Seneca Way (Highway 7 and Highway 404) Markham, Ontario L3R 5Y1