Web developers are masters at optimizing website structure and interactivity. Web developers develop database tools and custom applications to enable the site to deliver the highest quality experience to the user.
Web developer duties may include programming, markup, scripting, databases, web security, web business management, and web accessibility.
Web developer work environments include working for large and medium sized corporations, web design and development firms, government agencies, academic organizations, non-profit organizations, and internet companies, or working as independent web developers.
Complete General Education and other requirements listed for the Associate degree and
Major requirements: 33 semester units
A grade of "C" or higher is required for each course applied to the major.
|DGME 102||Media Law and Ethics||3 units|
|DGME 103||Thinking Visually: Fundamentals of Two-Dimensional Design||3 units|
|DGME 167||Web Design I: Fireworks||3 units|
|DGME 168||Web Design II: Dreamweaver||3 units|
|DGME 169||Web Design III: CSS||3 units|
|DGME 165||Digital Animation||3 units|
|DGME 166||Web Authoring: ActionScript||3 units|
|CIS 111||Introduction to Internet Programming||3 units|
|DGME 250||Digital Media Practicum||3 units|
|DGME 255||Portfolio||2 units|