Web Development

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Downtown Campus

Ingrid Smith
Instructor
253.680.7332

Jason Carroll
Career Advisor
253.680.7008

Location Downtown Campus

Hours Mon- Fri, 7:45 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Web Development

Instruction in this program combines a unique blend of design and development technologies using a hands-on approach. Students learn to use industry software and development tools to create, implement and maintain static and dynamic web sites. A web developer is responsible for the site design and functionality that make surfing the Internet fun and easy. Employment opportunities include positions as web designers, specialists,technicians, and developers.


Program Length:
Six to seven quarters (approximate)

Associate of Technology Degree: 110 Credits

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS CREDITS

100+ Level Human Relations 
100+ Level Communications 
100+ Level Mathematics 

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REQUIRED COURSEWORK CREDIT

DATA 101 Data Modeling\Relational Database Design
DATA 102 SQL
SOFT 101 Computer Concepts
SOFT 102 Programming Fundamentals
WEB 101 Microsoft Office Applications
WEB 102 HTML, XHTML, and CSS
WEB 103 Operating Systems
WEB 201 Internet Technologies
WEB 202 Web Authoring Editor
WEB 203 Photoshop for the Web
WEB 205 Web Site Design
WEB 206 Technology Topic
CS& 141 Computer Science I-JAVA
SOFT 121 C-Sharp I
SOFT 122 C-Sharp II
SOFT 207 Dynamic Web Pages

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Students must choose one of the following options: Option A or Option B.

Option A

WEB 290 Capstone Project

Credits
5
Option B
WEB 296 Work-based Learning Experience and
WEB 297 Work-based Learning Seminar
or
WEB 298 Work-based Learning - No Seminar

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Students must choose one of the following options: Option C or Option D.

Option C                                                                                       
SOFT 204 Open Source Programming
CREDITS
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Option D
WEB 204 Web Site Animation using Flash

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Associate of Applied Science-T Degree: 120 Credits

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS CREDITS

MATH 104 Statistical Analysis or equivalent
MATH 105 College Algebra or equivalent
ENGL&101 College Composition
100+ Level Social Sciences (Sociology or Psych)
100+ Level Humanities (Am. Sign Language, Art, or History)

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REQUIRED COURSEWORK CREDITS

DATA 101 Data Modeling\Relational Database Design
DATA 102 SQL
SOFT 101 Computer Concepts
SOFT 102 Programming Fundamentals
CS& 141 Computer Science I-JAVA
SOFT 142 Programming in JAVA II
WEB 101 Microsoft Office Applications
WEB 102 HTML, XHTML, and CSS
WEB 103 Operating Systems
WEB 201 Internet Technologies
WEB 202 Web Authoring Editor
WEB 203 Photoshop for the Web
WEB 205 Web Site Design
WEB 206 Technology Topic
SOFT 121 C-Sharp I
SOFT 122 C-Sharp II
SOFT 207 Dynamic Web Pages

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Students must choose one of the following options: Option A or Option B.

Option A
WEB 290 Capstone Project
CREDITS
5
Option B
WEB 296 Work-based Learning Experience and
WEB 297 Work-based Learning Seminar
or
WEB 298 Work-based Learning - No Seminar

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Students must choose one of the following options: Option C, Option D, or Option E.

Option C
SOFT 204 Open Source Programming

CREDITS
5

Option D
WEB 204 Web Site Animation using Flash

 
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Option E
SOFT 210 Mobile Device Programming

 
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Certificate of Competency: 90 Credits
Web Technician

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS CREDITS

90+ Level Human Relations 5
90+ Level Communications 5
90+ Level Mathematics 5

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5
5
REQUIRED COURSEWORK CREDITS

DATA 101 Data Modeling\Relational Database Design
ATA 102 SQL
SOFT 101 Computer Concepts
SOFT 102 Programming Fundamentals
WEB 101 Microsoft Office Applications
WEB 102 HTML, XHTML, and CSS
WEB 103 Operating Systems
CS& 141 Computer Science I-JAVA
WEB 201 Internet Technologies
WEB 202 Web Authoring Editor
WEB 203 Photoshop for the Web
WEB 205 Web Site Design
WEB 206 Technology Topic

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Students must choose one of the following options: Option A or Option B.

Option A
WEB 290 Capstone Project

CREDITS
5

Option B
WEB 296 Work-based Learning Experience and
WEB 297 Work-based Learning Seminar
or
WEB 298 Work-based Learning - No Seminar


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Students must choose one of the following options: Option C or Option D.

Option C
SOFT Open Source Programming

CREDITS
5
Option D

WEB 204 Web Site Animation using Flash


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