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2016-2017______________________________________________________________ EASTERN IDAHO TECHNICAL COLLEGE
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WEB DEVELOPMENT TECHNOLOGIES
Program Options
Associate of Applied Science Degree
Advanced Technical Certificate
Intermediate Technical Certificate
The Web Development Technologies program offers three
options for students interested in becoming a part of this exciting
and growing career field: the Associates of Applied Science
Degree (AAS) two-year program, Intermediate Technical
Certificate one-year program, and the Advanced Technical
Certificate which is a shorter four-semester program. All web
development programs are designed to prepare students for
employment by providing hands-on “job ready” competencies
through courses that teach skills to build cutting edge web sites
and web applications from the ground up. Students will have
the opportunity to build an impressive portfolio of completed
web sites. The current industry certifications awarded through
this program will enable students to distinguish themselves by
demonstrating in-depth knowledge and expertise in a variety of
web development areas.
Entrance Requirements
This program assumes an intermediate level of computer
knowledge at the beginning of the program. Students may
demonstrate this level of knowledge with a current IC3
certification, successfully passing CIS 101 with a grade of “B”
or better, passing the EITC Computer Literacy Exam with an
80% or better, and/or gaining instructor permission. It is
recommended that all prospective students visit with an
instructor to review their particular qualifications and receive an
overview of the program prior to enrollment.
All three programs focus on an in-depth coverage of web
development that covers current markup language, style sheets
and scripting languages, web development tools, current web
design, database skills, and query languages. Students will also
practice soft skills needed to work successfully with clients,
administration, and co-workers
In addition to the skills listed above, the Associates of Applied
Science (AAS) degree students will also have the opportunity to
complete an internship to demonstrate industry work
experience. AAS students will go in-depth with client and server-
side programming to create web projects with dynamic content.
AAS students will also learn how to successfully market the Web
sites they create and will have the opportunity to obtain industry
certifications, learn about mobile application development, and
the very latest in emerging technologies of the internet.
Intended Learning Outcomes
• Demonstrate knowledge, skills, and proficiency in a variety of
current web development tools and techniques including
graphics, web authoring, style sheets, markup languages,
scripting languages, and database management
• Create, deploy, and maintain effective, usable, appealing,
and engaging websites and web applications by applying
current industry standards including current design, layout, and
development principles and using proper coding practice
• Demonstrate work readiness through industry work experience
and in-class, independent, and team projects using web
development, communication, time-management, organization,
prioritization, and customer/client service skills
• Demonstrate a knowledge of the business environment in
regards to web development including e-commerce, web
marketing, necessary security measures, ethical standards,
copyright standards, and working seamlessly with all areas of the
business hierarchy
Program Costs
In addition to the semester registration fees, a Web Development
Technologies student can expect to spend approximately $800
on books and $200 for software and web hosting services per
semester. Students find having a personal laptop computer
while attending the Web Development program is beneficial for
academic use. Specification guidelines can be obtained through
the Web Development program manager or Student Services.
Industry Testing for Certification
Upon completion of the appropriate industry certification
courses, students demonstrate proficiency by participating in the
industry certification exam process. A testing fee is assessed to
the course that directly relates to the EITC required certification
exam.
Web Development Specialist
Associate of Applied Science Degree
60 Credits
Financial Aid Eligible
Semester 1
BOT 151
Leadership I
1
CIS 110
Basics of Web Development
3
CIS 110L
Basics of Web Development Lab
1
CIS 130
Fundamental Web Design
3
COM 101
Fundamentals of Speech
3
MKT 112
Introduction to Marketing
3
OFP 227
Database Management
3
Semester 2
BOT 150
Employment Strategies
1
CIS 235
Advanced Web Site Design
3
CIS 236
Web Development Tools
3
CIS 239
Advanced Data Management
3
MAT 123
Mathematics in Modern Society
3
Semester 3
CIS 237
Web Development Tools II
3
CIS 238
Database Driven Websites
3
ENG 101
English Composition
3
MKT 120
Marketing on the Internet
3
PSY 101
Introduction to Psychology
3 OR
SOC 101
Introduction to Sociology
3
Semester 4
BOT 152
Leadership II
1
BOT 216
Supervised Work Experience
3
CIS 220
Development of Modern Devices
4
CIS 250
Emerging Trends in Web Development
4
PSY 101
Introduction to Psychology
3 OR
SOC 101
Introduction to Sociology
3
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