Fundamental skills such as: technical communications, business solutions, and personal and career development round out the program. This diversity provides opportunities for the student to acquire the skills, professionalism and adaptability required to succeed in the dynamic and challenging field of Web Development.
Two major web site project courses will enable the student to demonstrate the application of knowledge and skills developed throughout the program by performing an in-depth analysis of a client's needs; designing a website that meets the client's needs; creating web pages, graphics and coding to support the design; implementing software to support the website; documenting the solution; and presenting the solution to team members and the client.
The student will create and maintain a career plan and learning portfolio throughout the program to provide the opportunity to continually assess skill development and create/adapt career plans that set personal expectations and professional goals. Students will graduate with a personal portfolio, including websites and multimedia they have designed.
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