Web Development

An area of emphasis leading to entry-level positions creating websites, web programmers using the .NET framework or web server administrators. The curriculum provides the student with practical experience using state of the art software and hardware typically found in the field of professional web development.

Note: All courses must be completed with a letter grade "C" or higher.

Subject & Number

Title

Units

CSIS 110 Principles of Information Systems 4
CSIS 132 Web Development Fundamentals 3
CSIS 1331 Introduction to Dreamweaver 4
CSIS 1352 JavaScript Programming 2
CSIS 136 Dynamic Web Applications 4
CSIS 1372 Introduction to Flash 3
CSIS 138 Web Development Project 3
CSIS 151 A-B-C-D Introduction to Computer Graphics 3
CSIS 280 Job Search Assistance and Retention 2
CSIS 2812 Directed Work Experience 2
or
CSIS 282 Directed Work Experience (3)
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Total 29-30

Select THREE (3) of the following courses:
CSIS 112 Windows Operating Systems 3
CSIS 113 Introduction to UNIX 3
CSIS 116 A-B-C-D Digital Peripherals 3
CSIS 147 Internet Marketing 3
CSIS 190 / Multimedia 1902 Digital Multimedia 4
CSIS 195 A-B-C-D Video Editing on the PC 3.5
CSIS 276 Introduction to SQL 3
CSIS 288 Introduction to Visual Basic Programming 4
CSIS 2901 Introduction to C# Programming 4
CSIS 293 Introduction to Java Programming 4
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Total 9-12
Total Required 38-42
Plus General Education and Elective Requirements

1. Offered in the Spring semester only.
2. Offered in the Fall semester only.

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