Mar 25, 2019  
Catalog 2018-2019 
    
Catalog 2018-2019

Information Services Technology: Web Developer, AAS


No. of Credits: 60
Contact: Bernice Brezina, Chair, Business and Technology Division;
Renee Jenkins, Program Coordinator
 

Through course work in HTML/CSS and JavaScript, Web Design and Visual Communications, Web Graphics and Multimedia, Web Applications and Web Programming, students will master the knowledge and skills necessary to assume responsibility in the workplace for the construction and maintenance of Internet and intranet web sites. Graduates will be prepared to enter the emerging field of web site development. This program may be completed online.

The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other institutions to this program is 45.

 

Career Opportunities:

webmaster, web designer, web programmer, and web developer

Transfer Options:

This program of study is part of an articulated partnership with University of Maryland University College (UMUC). Students successfully meeting the requirements of this associate’s program can transfer the necessary credits to UMUC and complete their Bachelor of Science in Digital Media and Web Technologies through courses offered in Southern Maryland and online.

Student Learning Outcomes:

Students will…

  1. Demonstrate understanding of social, professional, security, and ethical issues related to computing
  2. Design, develop, and maintain Internet and intranet web sites
  3. Perform technical web development activities involving web programming and basic web design.
  4. Train computer users in a working environment
  5. Troubleshoot technical problems involving hardware and/or software in an IT environment
  6. Translate computer based problems/solutions into non-technical language for non-technical users
  7. Perform routine software and hardware maintenance

Required Courses and Recommended Sequence:


The following is a recommended sequence of courses for completing this program.  College Prep and prerequisite course requirements, credit load, and/or course availability may affect a student’s individual progress. Course availability within the program sequences is specifically intended for full-time students who begin their course work with the fall semester. Students should always consult their online program evaluation or an academic advisor to better understand typical course availability and individual program planning.

Notes:


* Courses requiring a prerequisite or co-requisite   

****Pending MHEC approval