Computer Studies - Web Developer I

Certificate of Achievement (Level I) NMC Code 039

This series of web developer certificates provides an introduction to both website design and website development. Visual communication courses enable students to create visually effective sites using graphic design principles and tools. Information Technology courses provide the technical ability to develop interactive, data-driven sites and applications. Students interested in this profession are usually those who love attention to detail, are self-directed and results oriented, and enjoy working with both people and technology. The certificates can be completed as stand-alone certificates taken in order, or they can be applied to the electives or major area requirements for an Associate in General Studies or an Associate in Applied Science.

Effective: Fall 2014

Level I Certificate Requirements Credits: 21

ART 131 2-D Design

3

CIT 110 Programming Logic and Design

3

CIT 180 HTML and CSS Programming

3

CIT 190 JavaScript Programming

3

VCA 127 Digital Imaging

3

VCA 147 Web Design I

3

VCA 150 Digital Graphic Design I

3

Computer Studies - Web Developer II

Certificate of Achievement (Level II) NMC Code 040

Prerequisites: Completion of all courses listed in the Web Developer Certificate Level I (21 credits)

Effective: Fall 2014

Level II Certificate Requirements: 39

BUS 155 Interpersonal Communications OR
BUS 231 Professional Communications

3

CIT 170 Microsoft Office - Access

3

CIT 195 .NET Application Programming

3

CIT 208 Mobile Apps-Responsive Design

3

VCA 125 Typography I

3

VCA 146 Interactive Animation

3

Computer Studies - Web Developer III

Certificate of Achievement (Level III) NMC Code 041

Prerequisites: Completion of all courses listed in the Web Developer Certificate Level I (21 credits) and Web Developer Certificate II (18 credits)

Effective: Fall 2014

Level III Certificate Requirements: 54

CIT 218 Web App Programming ASP .NET

3

CIT 248 SQL Server Databases

3

CIT 255 .NET Object-Oriented Programming

3

CIT 291* Web Internship

3

VCA 246 Interactive Animation II OR
VCA 247 Web Design II

3

* Two competencies are required for the Internship course: a 3.0 GPA in CIT classes (with 20 CIT credits and an overall GPA of 2.5 and department approval) and a keyboarding competency. While a 3.0 GPA in CIT classes is required for this internship, an alternative, campus-based internship opportunity is available for those students who do not meet this requirement.

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