Internet and Web Development
TThe Internet and Web Development program concentrates on teaching the design and management of third generation web sites using the latest software and multimedia tools to position individuals at the leading edge of Internet and E-commerce technologies. By preparing a qualified workforce in the technical industries within the Northeast State region, employers can rely on available resources and skills for maintaining Web-based systems that have become the key markets for online information and electronic commerce.
After completing program requirements, students; will be academically prepared to take the following:
- Certified Internet Webmaster (CIW) certification examinations in Site Designer, E-Commerce Designer
- leading to the Master Designer (MCIWD) certification.
However, successful completion of the program does not guarantee a passing score on the certification exam.
General Education Requirements
Note: All courses must be from the Approved Courses for General Education courses for each category listed in the General Education section of this catalog.
- CPET 1500 - Introduction to Computer Networking Credit Hours: 3
- INFS 1010 - Computer Applications Credit Hours: 3
- ENGL 1010 - Composition I Credit Hours: 3
- MATH 1530 - Probability and Statistics (Non-Calculus Based) Credit Hours: 3
- CISP 1120 - Multimedia Design Technologies Credit Hours: 3
- CISP 1150 - Essentials of Web Development Credit Hours: 3
- CISP 1550 - Network Systems and Infrastructures Credit Hours: 3
- CISP 1610 - Visual Basic Credit Hours: 4
- CISP 2030 - SQL Fundamentals Credit Hours: 3
- Elective - Social/Behavioral Science (an approved elective from the general education core) Credits: 3
- CISP 1720 - Web Programming Credit Hours: 4
- CISP 1350 - Client-Side Programming Credit Hours: 3
- PHYS 1030 - ♦Introduction to Physics Credit Hours: 4 or
- PSCI 1010 - ♦Physical Science I (Physics and Chemistry) Credit Hours: 4
- SPCH 2300 - ♦Public Speaking Credit Hours: 3
- Elective - Humanities (an approved elective from the general education core) Credits: 3
- CISP 1290 - Microcomputer Operating Systems Credit Hours: 3
- CISP 1340 - Web Site Design Methodologies Credit Hours: 3
- CISP 2250 - E-Commerce Implementation Strategies Credit Hours: 3
- CISP 2980 - Computer Science Capstone Credit Hours: 3
Additional courses may be required to overcome deficiencies in English, mathematics, and reading.
Total Credit Hours: 60
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