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Information Technology, Web Programming, Certificate of Competency
Effective: Spring, 2017
The Web Programming Certificate is intended to prepare students to be an entry-level web developer or for further study in computer programming or web development. A junior-level web developer works within a team to create the vision for a client's website often utilizing design skills, HTML, CSS, and jQuery. It is the job of the junior-level programmer to develop, troubleshoot and debug software programs. The Web Programming certificate emphasizes the more popular object-oriented programming languages as well as web development tools and techniques used in business today.
- Apply analytical skills to assess how to solve problems.
- Apply the process of software development including design, implementation, documentation and testing.
- Develop web applications using industry standard development tools, techniques, scripting, and mark-up languages.
- Demonstrate a working knowledge of standard HTML, CSS and responsive web design.
First Semester (3 credits)
|DPR 101 - Introduction to Computer Science||3|
Second Semester (6 credits)
|DPR 104 - Introduction to Java Programming||3|
|IMM 120 - Web Page Design and Development||3|
Third Semester (9 credits)
|DPR 204 - Intermediate Java Programming||3|
|DPR 241 - Mobile Web Development||3|
Total Credits: 18
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