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    May 27, 2020  
2020-2021 | Academic Catalog 
    
2020-2021 | Academic Catalog

Web Design Short-Term Technical Certificate



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The Web Design Short-Term Technical Certificate provides students with the skills to enter a new job field or advance in their current one. Students will learn to develop, test and maintain websites from the front-end (client-side) and back-end (server-side) to ensure that they understand all aspects of the web development process while using the latest standards of HTML, CSS and JavaScript. This certificate prepares students to obtain the Web Design Specialist certification from CIW. Short-Term Technical Certificates consist of three to seven courses that can be completed in a year or less. To receive a Certificate of Completion, students must complete the required courses with a "C" or better and submit an application for certificate.
NOTE  Federal Financial Aid is not available for Short-Term Technical Certificate programs, but scholarship assistance may be available.
NOTE  Students pursuing a Short-Term Technical Certificate may need to satisfy course prerequisites which may include placement testing.  

Courses


  IMD 101S Introduction to Interactive Media     1 C    
  IMD 111S Principles of Interactive Design    2 C  
  IMD 121S Fundamentals of Web Development   2 C  
  IMD 131S Fundamentals of Graphic Design   2 C  
  IMD 221S Front-End Web Development    3 C  
  IMD 222S Back-End Web Development   3 C  
  MKT 231S Digital Marketing   3 C  
  Credit Hours 16    
  ♦ Students who cannot demonstrate basic computer skills must take Introduction to Computers before entering this program. 
♦ Students enrolled in this program are permitted and encouraged to develop an electronic portfolio by taking IMD 292S  during their final term.