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Web Development AAS
Detroit Lakes, eCampus

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Detroit Lakes, eCampus

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Credits breakdown

Developmental courses — A student may be required to enroll in developmental courses in reading, writing and math. A student's scores on the Accuplacer assessment will determine enrollment in developmental courses. The purpose of developmental courses is to prepare students for the demands of a college-level curriculum. Credits may vary.

Course # Course Title Credits
Required
INTD1000 Foundations of Web Development 3
INTD1108 HTML 3
INTD1111 Hands-On Programming 3
INTD1113 Dreamweaver 3
INTD1117 Photoshop 3
INTD1124 Cascading Style Sheets 3
INTD1140 JavaScript 3
INTD2210 Interface Design 3
INTD2213 Flash 3
INTD2226 Web Programming 3
INTD2228 Web Projects 3
INTD2236 Advanced Web Programming 3
INTD2238 Web Portfolio 3
INTD2246 PHP 3
MNTC Courses
COMM1120 Introduction to Public Speaking
Goal: 1 *
3
- OR -
COMM1130 Small Group Communication
Goal: 1, 2 *
3
- OR -
COMM1140 Interpersonal Communication
Goal: 1, 2 *
3
ENGL1101 College Writing
Goal: 1 *
3

MNTC Electives ...

9

Elective Credits ...

6

Total Credits: 63

* To complete an AAS degree, courses must be taken from at least 3 of the 10 MNTC Goal Areas.

 

About this program

The Web Development AAS provides students with the opportunity to use both creative and technical skills. Using current best practices, students will be prepared to create and manage customer-friendly interactive websites for individuals, small businesses and large corporations.
 

Program outcomes

1. Use problem-solving strategies to think critically and to develop effective Web solutions.
2. Create Web applications (both programming and interface) utilizing appropriate design tools.
3. Identify and close gaps between ones knowledge and skills and those required by the situation.
4. Communicate effectively using a variety of methods.
5. Understand and participate in structured development life cycle tasks of an information system.
 

Employment information

The internet is having a profound influence on our society and the global economy. The tremendous expansion of the internet has created a high demand for individuals with working knowledge of web-related technologies and languages. Graduates of this occupational major have employment opportunities with a growing variety of industries developing and managing web sites and working with individuals, small businesses and corporations. Program graduates will be equipped with skills in marketing, design, hardware, general software, and communications. They will be able to offer employers creative, technical, and customer service skills needed to maintain accessible and reliable Web sites that project a preferred image.
 

Program accreditation

The College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, (800) 621-7440, 30 North LaSalle Street, Suite 2400, Chicago, IL 60602-2504.