Web Development at UC Berkeley (Hybrid)

From Design, Development, and Debugging to APIs and Alorgrithms

In Partnership with iXperience

Program Highlights

The basics of coding: Learn in the essential markup and coding languages of the web: HTML, CSS, and Javascript.
Mobile-first, responsive design: This is the default of the modern web. Learn coding frameworks and techniques that ensure that your web sites work well on all screen sizes.
Software tools: Learn which software tools are most popular in the world of today’s editors including Figma and Adobe XD.
Databases: Learn the basics and how to store/work with data to drive your website.
APIs: Understand how to use APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) so you can communicate with other websites all over the web.
Effective debugging: Learn with tools like Chrome Developer Tools that might help you make sure your code works perfectly on every browser.
Git and Github: This is the industry standard for collaborating on, sharing and hosting software on the internet.

Residential Hybrid Tuition:


Session 2:
July 2, 2023 July 14, 2023 Session Full


University of California at Berkeley
Berkeley, CA


  • I came to iX with no prior coding experience, but after having taken the web development course, I’ve managed to become fluent In three different programming languages.

    Raul Rodriguez - Dartmouth University. Now working at Tesla

Course Overview


  • Students in our Hybrid program receive a truly unique, immersive experience coupling our in-person and online programs. Students will stay at our quintessential dormitories at UC Berkeley, while taking classes online from top notch staff recruited from across the globe. We will have spaces set up for students to go and attend their online class and join their
    classmates from around the world.

Excursions at UC Berkeley – Students may get the opportunity to visit technology companies such as Thunkable and Google Geo Education. In the past, thunkable staff members described their scholastic and career journeys and the different responsibilities that they have with the team. Students also got a behind the scenes tour of Google, where they heard an insightful talk from the Google Earth Education Team.

Topics you'll explore

Hands-On Learning

This innovative college-level course in partnership with iXperience is perfectly designed to help high schoolers  gain real world knowledge and experience before committing to a Web Development path in college.  You will  get the opportunity to apply your newly gained skills to a hands-on project for a positive cause. While specific briefs vary from course to course, all of the projects are selected to perfectly complement the skills covered in class and enable students to make a real-world impact.

Courses take place from 9am - 12pm Pacific Time
2-4 hours of homework every week day.
Week 1: Focus on picking up new industry-relevant skills at a rapid pace.
Week 2: Collaborate on a social impact project that you can add to your resume and discuss in job interviews.

Hands-on learning for computer science students

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