CONTACT FOR THIS PROGRAM:
Phone: (619) 660-4039
Associate in Science degrees with an emphasis in Web Development are awarded when students have completed:
• 12 units of Department CIS Core Requirements.
• A minimum of 18 units of CIS/GD Department Electives.
Total: 30-36 units for the CIS Department plus the general education requirements.
This Associate in Science degree program equips students with the essential coding, programming, and design skills needed to build websites and applications for desktop and mobile platforms. Students gain practical experience using state of the art web development technology to prepare for entry-level positions as web developers. The curriculum is continually updated to respond to rapidly changing industry trends.
This program was updated July 2014. Students who began prior to fall 2014 can choose to follow the old program or the new one using this Program Changes document as a guide.
Upon completion of this program, students will be able to:
|CIS 211||Web Development 1||3|
|GD 105||Fundamentals of Digital Media||3|
|CIS 213||Web Development 2||3|
|CIS 219||PHP/MySQL Dynamic Web-based Applications||3|
|CIS 225||Web Development Capstone||3|
|CIS 190||Directed Work Experience In CIS||1-4|
|CIS 191||Linux Operating System||3|
|CS 119, 119L||Program Design And Development||4|
|CS 182||Introduction to Java Programming||3|
|GD 126||Photoshop Digital Imaging||3|
|GD 130||Professional Business Practces||3|
|GD 217||Web Graphics||3|
|GD 222||Web Animation||3|
Students who complete the courses required for this major qualify for a Certificate of Achievement in Web Development.
For a Certificate of Specialization in Web Design or Web Programming see CIS Certificates.
Chart of Equivalent Classes at Grossmont and Cuyamaca Colleges for the Computer Information Sciences Departments.
To earn your AA or AS degree, or to move on to higher education, you must also complete the General Education Requirements. Because there are occasional updates, check with a counselor for the most current information.
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