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Web Developer, Certificate


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This certificate program prepares students for employment as web programmers, systems integrators, software developers and network managers professionals sometimes labeled as web developers.

A web developer designs interactive web pages and applications for the World Wide Web and also integrates existing applications as new architectures come online. The web developer must have a comprehensive understanding of how the web operates; know how to incorporate the latest technologies into effective presentation; be able to manage a project and analyze and design systems; and have the skills needed to integrate graphic design components onto the web page. He or she must have knowledge of Internet protocols, HTML editors, interactive design, hardware platforms and operating systems.

Graduates are able to:

  • use hypertext mark-up language (HTML) to create effective web pages including graphics
  • maintain currency of web pages using updating programs
  • create a web site capable of links, data-gathering, simple transactions, e-mail and database access
  • prepare a formal proposal to an internal or external client who wants to set up a commercial web site or an Internet. Outline the hardware issues, software and development tools, security (hardware and software systems), staffing and costs

Curriculum – Certificate Program


Total Credits 31


1 Choose from the following: Networking Essentials (CISY 219 ), Extensible Markup Language (XML) (CISY 227 ), JavaScript (CISY 244 ), Interactive Multimedia Programming (CISY 291 ), Wireless Internet (CISY- 228), Visual Basic.Net (CISY 224 ), Active Server Pages.Net (CISY 260 ), Microsoft SQL server (CISY 289 ), Database Development and Design (CISY 285 ), Introduction to Oracle: SQL & PL/SQL (CISY 286 ), Computer Science Cooperative Education I (CISY 292 ), Introduction to Video Production (ARTS 267 ), Two Dimensional Design (ARTS 105 ), Introduction to Digital Photography (ARTS 112 ), Graphic Design I (ARTS 246 ), and Fundamentals of Game Design (CISY 106 ).

2 Elementary Algebra (MATH 020 ) is a prerequisite/corequisite for this course. 


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