Web Site Developer

Certificate Program
ISE1

Program Description
The curriculum in the web site developer certificate program prepares the student to create and maintain professional, high-quality web sites. Program graduates will be competent in the technical areas of web design, including web graphic design, XHTML, scripting, web application server-side languages, database driven content, web project management, internet security, and mobile applications. Various software tools will be used throughout the curriculum including Microsoft Visual Studio, Adobe Web Suite and/or open source products, Program graduates earn a computer information systems technology/web site developer certificate and will have the skills necessary for employment in the web design field or to work as a free lance web designer. The purpose of this certificate is to provide training opportunities for persons already either already employed in the computer industry or have already been trained in a related computer area and wish to upgrade their skill with advanced courses and skills (Program Length: 3 Semesters Minimum)

Students applying for this program must be accepted into the web site design/developer degree or diploma program unless they have completed the required prerequisite courses for this certificate.

Employment Opportunities
Basic Web Site Designer

Gainful Employment


COURSE TITLE NUMBER CREDITS

Essential Technical Courses

 

35

Program Design and Development

CIST 1305

3

Structured Query Language (SQL)

CIST 1220

4

Web Development I

CIST 1510

3

Scripting Technologies

CIST 1520

3

Web Graphics I

CIST 1530

3

Web Development II

CIST 2550

3

Information Security Fundamentals

CIST 1601

3

Web Technologies

CIST 2510

3

Web Graphics II

CIST 2531

3

PHP Programming I

CIST 2351

4

Elective(s)

CIST xxxx

3

 

Total Hours

35

Elective(s): CIST1540, CIST2371, CIST2381

**Suggested First Semester classes: CIST 1305 and CIST 1510

Note: Some courses may have additional prerequisites not listed in the curriculum. Please refer to individual course descriptions for further information.