Intro to Web Development Part Two: JavaScript & jQuery

February 27 - April 5 (Mondays & Wednesdays)

At Grand Circus Detroit

So you’ve already mastered HTML & CSS and you want your website to be more interactive? Then this is the class for you!

Our twelve-session, six-week course Intro to Web Development Part 2 workshop is built for individuals who already have a strong understanding of HTML & CSS; lookin’ at you, Intro to Development Part One: HTML + CSS grads! If you’ve taken a GDI Intermediate HTML & CSS workshop, this course is calling your name as well. You’ll learn the basics of JavaScript and jQuery to make your website interactive and exciting.

This is a great first step towards a career in Front-End web development!

Tuition: $395 (Limited Time - Orig. $795!)


What will I learn?

  • JavaScript basics
  • jQuery basics
  • How to dynamically manipulate the DOM
  • How to use jQuery plugins
  • Standards of compliant web design and best practices

Significant coursework will take place outside of the classroom, and the ability to commit to project and study time outside of the classroom is required. You will need to bring your own laptop. The graphic to the left shows the daily flow of class; lots of hands-on learning!

Featured Instructor: Landall Proctor

Landall is an alumni of the Grand Circus Front-end Bootcamp in 2015 and is currently working as a developer at LevelEleven in Downtown Detroit

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Dates & Time:

February 27, March 1, 6, 8, 13, 15, 20, 22, 27, 29, April 3 and 5, 6:00 – 8:00pm


  • $395 (Limited Time – Orig. $795!) PROMO CODE “PARTTWOROCKS” for $400 off.
  • Tuition is due no later than the Monday before class starts. Payment is required to reserve your spot in the class.

Refund for Cancellation:

An applicant requesting cancellation within three (3) business days after making an initial payment, but prior to seminar or workshop start date, is entitled to a refund of all tuition and fees paid with the exception of the non-refundable deposit (if applicable).


You’ll need to have a solid understanding of HTML and CSS – or have completed Intro to Development Part One: HTML + CSS to take this course.

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