Next Cohort starting on
January 30, 2023 - The information sessions for Winter 2023 are closed
THIS IS A MINISTRY (M.E.E.S.) FUNDED PROGRAM (Ministère de l'Éducation Ministère de l'Enseignement supérieur).
Although this is not a Services-Québec purchased program, you may be eligible for PRATIC funding that allows you to benefit from training while receiving financial assistance through your local Services-Quebec office. If you are eligible to receive this funding, ask your agent to list you under our general entente # 588483-0.
Information Session(s) - Virtual
It is mandatory to attend an information session if you are to be considered a serious candidate for the program.
Required for the information session: Access to a device which will allow you to participate in a video conference.
Full-time Program - Attestation d’Études Collégiales (AEC) LEA.BN
The Full Stack Developer program was previously known as Internet Programming and Development (IPD) A.E.C.
The Full Stack Developer program is a full-time credit program that leads to an Attestation of College Studies (A.E.C.). The objective of the Full-Stack Developer (FSD) program is to provide hands-on, up-to-date training using current industry-standard methodologies and technologies.
A Full Stack Developer is a web developer who works with both the front and back ends of a website or application. They can work on projects that involve databases, building user-facing websites, or even work with clients during the planning phase of projects.
This program is 1,305 hours in length, delivered over the course of five semesters. It includes 16 courses, and an internship. By the end of the program, students will have attained 16 competencies, and be prepared to enter the labour market with a well-rounded set of skills.
New segmented version of the program:
A student who completes the full 1 305-hour program, including an internship in the workplace, will obtain an AFT in Front-end web development, followed by a second AFT in Software development. The student will also receive the Full-Stack Developer Attestation of collegial studies (AEC) upon completion of the program. This initiative is designed to increase graduation rates and ease the labour market shortage in sectors experiencing a lack of skilled workers.
The Full-Stack Developer program falls under National Occupation Code (NOC) 2174 – Computer programmers and interactive media developers. According to provincial level labour market information, the 2019-2023 job outlook in Montreal is excellent.
Source: imt Emploi-Québec3
Emploi-Québec-Information sur le marché de travail, downloaded November 30, 2020.
Courses & Schedule
Monday to Friday
Day - 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. (30 mins for break)
Evening - 4:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. (30 mins for break)
The schedule is subject to change without notice.
1,305 hours (13 months approx.)
Courses will be offered online or blended, with adjustments for onsite classes, pending the public health situation.
Program Course descriptions
|420-WA5-AB||Foundations of Web Development||75 hrs|
|420-JA4-AB||Programming I||60 hrs|
|420-JB4-AB||Programming II||60 hrs|
|420-WB4-AB||Website Design||60 hrs|
|420-WC4-AB||User Interface||60 hrs|
|420-WD4-AB||Web Services||60 hrs|
|420-WE6-AB||Web Development I||90 hrs|
|420-SB3-AB||Cloud Administration and Security||45 hrs|
|420-JC3-AB||Data Structures and Algorithms||45 hrs|
|420-JD5-AB||Programming III||75 hrs|
|420-JE5-AB||Web Development II||75 hrs|
|420-JP3-AB||Integration into the Labour Market||45 hrs|
|420-WF4-AB||Application Development I||60 hrs|
|420-WG4-AB||Application Development II||60 hrs|
|420-WH6-AB||Integration Project||90 hrs|
- Fulfill AEC admission requirements
- Mathematics: Secondary IV, Technical and Scientific option OR Secondary IV, Science option OR Secondary V, Cultural, Social and Technical option, OR equivalent
- Knowledge of computer fundamentals
- Written and spoken English
- Working knowledge of French an asset
- Curriculum Vitae
- Letter of Motivation
- Interview by The Centre for Continuing Education
- Testing required:
– Logic and problem-solving skills
Recommended Computer Configuration
- dual-core 64-bit CPU with 8GB RAM (or more)
- SSD hard drive with at least 50GB of free space available
- at least a microphone + speakers + a camera
- internet connection over DSL/Cable/Fibre rated for least 5Mbit speed;
- dual-screen setup is highly recommended
- also highly recommended that you have a quiet place to learn
Note: a computer is required for the online information session
|Registration fee||$117 per semester|