The graduate certificate in Internet and Web is a four‐course (12 credit‐hours) program. It is designed to provide broad training in web technologies at both the client and server sides, including various stack architectures and frameworks, recent technologies such as REST and trends such as microservices. All students must take three required courses and one elective, subject to the graduate school regulations.

A minimum of three courses must be taken from UMSL. A maximum of two courses can be used from the 4000‐level. Courses may be substituted with the permission of the certificate coordinator.

Applicants must have the following courses, take them as prerequisites, have related background or experience, or have graduate standing in Computer Science or Cybersecurity. Additional areas/courses may be needed depending on specific chosen electives.

Computer Science: Java programming, familiarity with data structures, and basic web  programming with some JS, such as Cmp Sci 2250, 2261, 3010

Certificate Coordinator: Cezary Janikow

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