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Computer Information Systems

Advanced Web Site Development Certificate
43 Semester Credit Hours; Curriculum: 0461

Courses for a Certificate:

Credit Hours

CSC 155 C++ Computer Science I or CSC 156 Java Computer Science I

3

CAB 140 Database Applications Using Access

3

CIS 111 Fundamentals of the Internet

2

CIS 131 Building a Web Page

3

CIS 132 Cascading Style Sheets

3

CIS 152 Web Development Tools

3

CIS 171 Advanced Web Page Development

3

CIS 180 Introduction to Visual Basic .NET Programming or CIS 211 Java Programming

4

CIS 188 Active Server Pages

4

CIS 214 Web Site Maintenance and Management

4

CIS 232 Web Scripting

4

CIS 248 Web Database Management

4

Additional web-related courses in CIS, ART, CAB, CNS, EGL, and MKT*

3


Total Semester Credit Hours for Certificate:


43



 

*Contact Advising and Counseling for a list of acceptable courses.

Note: Prior to pursuing this certificate, it is strongly recommended that students have taken a computer literacy course (e.g., CIS 103) or a software applications course (e.g., CAB 130, CAB 135) or possess equivalent knowledge. Credits earned in these courses may not be applicable to this certificate. Consult the coordinator for further information.

 

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