This program option provides students the knowledge to develop vibrant websites. Students will focus on Web page design and development, 2D and 3D graphics and animation for the Web, database and dynamic scripting (programming) languages, apps development, content management systems and social media marketing.
Web designers design Web pages, graphic content and animation, using HTML and Web editors to determine determine the look and feel of an entire website. Specialized coursework in Internet and website technology is very helpful. Courses should include Internet software languages, website design using graphics and audio-visual techniques, website setup and maintenance and information security. Courses in marketing and advertising will strengthen your credentials. When seeking an entry-level position in this field, it is important to have a portfolio containing samples of your best work.
Employment of multimedia and Web professionals is projected to grow 20 percent through 2022, faster than the average for all occupations. Demand will be driven by the growing popularity of mobile devices and e-commerce.
Local/regional placement and outlook have been higher than average compared to the national outlook.
SCC graduates are employed in a broad range of careers, including, but not limited to: multimedia developer, webmaster, Web programmer, game developer and creative director.
Nationally, established Web and multimedia professionals generally earn between $33,130 and $58,140 per year. Exceptional performers can earn in excess of $76,450.
Opportunities for advancement and promotion after entry-level employment are typically higher with an A.A.S. degree compared to certificates.
|Degree Name:||Web Design C.A.|
|Degree or Program:||Computer Science|
|Degree Type:||Certificate of Achievement|
For more information, call the program coordinator Jane O'Donnell at 636-922-8594.
Courses by Semester
*Core requirements include CPM 190, 230, 240, 250, 260, 280, 295 CPT 160.
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The Certificate of Achievement is awarded to students completing the requirements of one of the career programs with a minimum of 30 semester hours.