The Internet Development program provides students with the courses they need to seek employment as Internet professionals. The program has two areas of focus: Design/Development and Technical Support.
The Design/Development focus prepares students for positions where they will:
■ Use creative components to develop pages and sites
■ Administer and maintain the content of text and graphics within sites
■ Apply creative design principles to develop efficient, marketable Web sites
The Technical Support focus prepares students for jobs on the server side of the Web such as:
■ Structure and system administration
■ Database connectivity
■ Security and privacy design
Students with this degree may also transfer into four-year programs in the same field or related fields; for example, computer information systems, computer science, business, or applications development. At the completion of this program, students will qualify for memberships or certifications by organizations such as the Association of Internet Professionals, World Organization of Webmasters, or the Certified Webmaster Professional Program.
For more information on either the Web Design certificate or degree please click on one of the links - Web Design/Development or Web Technical Support - at the left.