This certificate trains students to create and manage well-designed and well-organized Web sites.
Area of Interest
- ART 131: Fundamental of Design I - 4 credits
- ART 180: Introduction To Computer Graphics - 3 credits
- ITD 110: Web Page Design I - 3 credits
- ITD 210: Web Page Design II - 3 credits
- ITD 132: Structured Query Language - 3 credits
In addition to admission to the College, there are specific admission requirements for this program. The student needs to have taken ITE 119, ITE 120, ITE 127 or passed one of the corresponding credit-by-exams. Advanced students who have completed college-level computing courses and/or have work experience in a computer-related field may have beginning-level computer courses waived, if approved by the dean of the Division of Business, Mathematics and Technologies. The approval process may include a passing score on a credit-by-exam.
This career studies certificate provides the student with the aesthetic, technical and management knowledge required for the creation and management of well-designed and well-organized Web sites. This career studies certificate also prepares the student for the CIW Associate Certification and the CIW Associate Design Specialist Certification.
Occupational Objectives: Students will gain skills in Web site creation, web page design and other skills that will allow them to utilize these skills for fun or profit.