The Web Designer Certificate program is designed to train those individuals interested in (or further train those already employed in) Web page creation for business and industry. Students will develop skills in a hands-on working environment. Current technologies (hardware and software) will be utilized as part of each class. Instruction will include lecture/demonstration, skill development and practical application. This program is designed to provide students the commonly used technology in Web page creation. Students will have the opportunity to develop a portfolio of work through comprehensive class projects. This portfolio will build with components from each class.
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No students completed this program last year.
Median Loan Debt: Unavailable
Total Program Costs: Unavailable
Full Time Employed: 0%
Possible Occupations: Graphic Designers, Multi-Media Artists & Animators, Computer Programmers.
Admission to the Program:
Students entering this program must demonstrate proficiency in Windows by completing CMGEN 110 or passing the proficiency test.
You may also wish to take GRART 245, Images and Web Pages.
RECOMMENDED COURSE SEQUENCE:
Fall Semester 1:
CMWEB 110 CMWEB 150
Spring Semester 1:
CMWEB 120; CMWEB 130; CMWEB 160
Fall Semester 2:
Required Program Courses
CMWEB 110XHTML and Advanced Internet3 hrs
CMWEB 120Building Web Pages with XHTML and CSS3 hrs
CMWEB 130Web Technology and Business3 hrs
CMWEB 150Web Accessibility, Usability, and Flash Basics3 hrs
CMWEB 160Scripting for Web Designers3 hrs
CMWEB 220Web Site Development with CSS3 hrs