The primary goal of an Associate of Applied Science is to prepare students for immediate employment after graduation. Students who choose this academic option gain marketable skills for job opportunities in a specific occupation or field.
A web design program can be an excellent way to learn about how to design, format, develop, and improve websites. Students may learn about graphic design, coding, marketing, SEO, communications, and a wide variety of other related topics.
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This is a comprehensive, rigorous program for students interested in a career in the web development industry. Coursework prepares students for employment as Web Develope
This program is available on campus
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Web Design Track
Core Program Courses: Interaction Design Interface Design Introduction to Interface Design Web Development Web User Experience...
The Web Development specialization is designed for students interested in pursuing a career as a web professional. Completion of this program option will provide students
The Web Development specialization is designed for students interested in pursuing a career as a web professional. Completion of this program option will provide students with the skills needed for entry-level positions as web designers/developers.
Concepts covered include information design, network administration, database management, interface design, and programming.
Students learn to create websites using current industry standard software and technologies. In addition, students learn how to incorporate media technologies such as sound, video and animation into websites.
Upon successful completion of this program, students should be able to:
Develop a professional website including graphics design, structural analysis, and data gathering;
Design and create intuitive, usable interfaces for desktop and mobile devices;
Create websites using current HTML and CSS standards;
Create responsive web applications that display appropriately on a variety of mobile, tablet, laptop, and desktop screens;
Upload files to a web server and update and maintain websites;
Incorporate scripting languages into web documents to add control and interactive elements;
Support current Unix systems.