Information Technology AAS – Web Development and Management Degree

Code: AAS.IT.WEB

This degree program emphasizes web skills. Students delve into all facets of web page preparation. Current topics include Web page design and development, client and server side scripting, programming, multimedia, and database and networking concepts.

Program Learning Outcomes

  • Code web documents that meet web compliance standards, using standard mark‐up and style‐sheet tools.
  • Integrate the use of at least one scripting language to make their web documents interactive.
  • Code static and active web pages that meet current web compliance standards.
  • Use standard web productivity tools in the creation of enterprise‐level websites.
  • Use standard business productivity software to support electronic projects.

Recommended Semester Sequence

First Semester

  Humanities or Social Sciences Elective† 3
INF  Programming Language Fundamentals Elective*  3
BUS-101Introduction to Business

3

INF-101Introduction to Information Technology

3

INF-150Business Programming Logic

3

WRT-101English Composition I

3

Total Credit Hours:18

Second Semester

  Advanced Programming Language Elective** 3
INF-114Microsoft Office [Office 2013]

3

INF-140Introduction to Multimedia

3

INF-146Web Development

3

WRT-201English Composition II

3

-or

WRT-202Technical Writing

3

Total Credit Hours:15

Third Semester

MAT  Mathematics Elective† 3-4
INF-160Networking Technologies and Data Communications

3

INF-208Systems Analysis and Design

3

INF-217Database for Applications [Oracle]

3

INF-253Technical Communications

3

Total Credit Hours:15-16

Fourth Semester

  Restricted Elective*** 3
  Natural Science Elective† 4
  Humanities or Social Sciences Elective† 3
INF-263Advanced Web Development

3

INF-239Applications Development

3

Total Credit Hours:16

General Education Requirements

Communication

WRT-101English Composition I

3

WRT-201English Composition II

3

-or

WRT-202Technical Writing

3

Total Credit Hours:6

Humanities and Social Sciences†

Two general education courses selected from the following fields, with no more than one course in any one field: Arts (Art [ART], Music [MUS], Theatre Arts [THR], Cinema Studies [CIN]); History (HIS); Literature (LIT); Philosophy and Religion (PHR); World Languages and Cultures (LAN); Economics (ECO); Geography (GEO); Political Science (POL); Psychology (PSY); Sociology (SOC) and Anthropology (ANT).

Total Credit Hours:6

Mathematics, Natural Science, and Technology

MAT  Mathematics Elective† 3-4
  Natural Science Elective† 4
Total Credit Hours:7-8

General Education Credits

If a student elects a 3-credit course in Mathematics, then the 3-credit Program Requirement, INF-101 Intro to Information Technology (see below), will count as a general education course in this category in order to meet the requirement of 20-22 credits in general education.

Total Credit Hours:0-3

Total Credit Hours: 20-22

Program Requirements

INF  Programming Language Fundamentals Elective* 3
INF  Advanced Programming Language Elective** 3
INF-101Introduction to Information Technology

3

INF-114Microsoft Office [Office 2013]

3

INF-140Introduction to Multimedia

3

INF-146Web Development

3

INF-150Business Programming Logic

3

INF-160Networking Technologies and Data Communications

3

INF-208Systems Analysis and Design

3

INF-217Database for Applications [Oracle]

3

INF-239Applications Development

3

INF-253Technical Communications

3

INF-263Advanced Web Development

3

BUS-101Introduction to Business

3

Total Credit Hours: 45

Total Credit Hours: 64-65

Specific Program Notes

*Programming Language Fundamentals Elective – INF-145, INF-152, or INF-153.

**Advanced Programming Language Elective – INF-224, INF-246, or INF-268.

***Restricted Elective – GAM-111; INF-130; INF-145; INF-152; INF-153; INF-163; INF-230; INF-267; BUS-271; or WEX-101 and INF-161.

General Education Elective(s). Recommended Mathematics elective: MAT-180, MAT-280, or MAT-223.

Students enrolled in this program ARE REQUIRED to successfully complete a course in basic algebra if indicated by the Basic Skills Placement Test.