Web Design and Development Degree Specialization Courses
Through targeted coursework you can learn the latest programming languages including HTML5, and key software applications. Additionally you can learn advanced principles of web page layout, web site architecture, database integration, and web standards.
Web Design and Development Course Descriptions
Introduction to Database with Lab
Interactive Web Page Scripting with Lab
Programming Multimedia for the Web with Lab
Dynamic Website Development & Database Integration- Lab
Web Accessibility with Lab
CIS336 Introduction to Database with Lab
This course introduces concepts and methods fundamental to database development and use including data analysis and modeling, as well as structured query language (SQL). Students also explore basic functions and features of a database management system (DBMS), with emphasis on the relational model.
WBG310 Interactive Web Page Scripting with Lab
Students in this course learn to program dynamic, interactive web pages and web-based games. Topics include basic programming fundamentals and object handling techniques. Fundamentals of game design are also introduced. Students use a scripting language to build basic interactive web page components and examples of web-based games.
WBG340 Programming Multimedia for the Web with Lab
Students in this course use multimedia authoring tools and techniques to create web-based games and dynamic web pages. Integrating and controlling multimedia assets such as movie clips, sound effects, images and animations are addressed.
WBG410 Dynamic Website Development and Database Integration with Lab
This course introduces advanced techniques to design and develop dynamic websites through use of cascading style sheets (CSS), integration of databases, server-side scripting and large site management.
WDD420 Web Accessibility with Lab
Building on web design and development skills, students learn to implement accessible websites that meet industry standards and legal requirements for accessibility. Topics include assistive technologies, creating accessible content, and industry standards and regulatory acts.
The courses above are specific to the specialization in Web Design and Development. Please visit the academic catalog for a complete list of degree program coursework, pre-requisites and general education requirements needed to complete this degree program.