Program Overview:

Internet and Web Development

The Internet and Web Development post-baccalaureate certificate program gives students the skills to develop internet applications using HTML and other software tools. Besides topics like web site design and Flash training, students research the use of modern networking technologies and the technical underpinnings of today's networks and the Internet. The program utilizes the use of technology to meet strategic business objectives, specifically focusing on web-based interfaces and security issues, effective computer interface design and multimedia applications. Students develop competencies  in communication technologies, most often through small workshop-based courses. 

Effective January 1, 2015, the Internet and Web Development program will no longer admit new students. The program is replaced by the Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Web Development. Students currently enrolled in Internet and Web Development may continue in it until completion of the program, or they may transfer to the new program.

Program Goals

Internet and Web Development post-baccalaureate certificate students will:

  • Learn how to use Web design and functionality as a critical communication tool
  • Apply the fundamentals of Web design, programming, and development to create professional quality web pages, internet applications and online presences
  • Develop a portfolio of Internet and Web development projects to pursue employment or freelance work as an entry-level developer or apply for more advanced study

Required Courses

Required courses

  • CIS 313 Telecomm and Computer Networks

Elective courses (choose 3)

  • CIS 130 Tools of the World Wide Web
  • CIS 330 Human-Computer Interaction
  • CIS 385 Technology and Human Interaction
  • CIS 395 Special Topics in Computer Science
  • RTVF 375 Designing for the Internet
  • RTVF 393 Computer Animation

Additional Information

Students should have general knowledge of computers before enrolling.