Computer and Information System (Web Publishing Option)

This program option provides students foundational knowledge and skills to effectively design and develop professional web sites and web applications. Students are provided a thorough understanding of web design principles, client-side and server-side programming, database design, e-commerce, Content Management Systems, and responsive web design techniques. Students will learn all phases of web development, including planning, creating, testing and deploying web sites and applications. The degree program prepares students for entry-level employment as web designers and developers.

Throughout the degree program, students will develop a portfolio showcasing the web sites and web applications created throughout their studies.

Students will have the opportunity to complete an internship in which they apply the skills learned throughout the program.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Upon successful completion of all program requirements, graduates will be able to:

  1. Identify and perform all stages of the Systems Development Lifecycle (SDLC) model to develop web sites and web applications
  2. Successfully code, debug and test programs in various programming languages
  3. Demonstrate an understanding of data modeling, database design and SQL
  4. Identify and respond to ethical issues surrounding the misuse of information technology
  5. Create attractive web graphics to enhance the appearance of web pages
  6. Apply effective web site design principles to design and develop web pages using HTML and CSS
  7. Apply responsive web design techniques to create web sites optimized for mobile devices
  8. Demonstrate understanding of popular Content Management Systems (CMS)
  9. Apply search engine optimization (SEO) strategies to improve web page rankings in popular search engines
  10. Apply the principles of user-centered design to create easy to use and intuitive web sites and applications
  11. Demonstrate an understanding of version control tools and utilize version control tools to collaborate with a team in developing web sites and applications
  12. Create and utilize client-side scripts to manipulate the DOM, animate web page elements and validate user input
  13. Create and utilize server-side scripts to create dynamic, database-driven web applications
  14. Incorporate e-commerce shopping carts and online payment processors into web sites
FIRST SEMESTER (15 Credits)
CREDITS
CSC* 105 Programming Logic  3
CST* 201 Introduction to MIS  3
ENG* 101 Composition  3
MAT* 137 Intermediate Algebra OR Equivalent  3
CST* 150 Web Design and Development I  3
SECOND SEMESTER (15 Credits)
CREDITS
COM* 173
BBG* 210
Public Speaking OR
Business Communication
 3
CST* 200 Scripting Language with JavaScript  3
ENG* 102 Composition and Literature  3
CSA* 220 Web Graphics  3
  ___ ___ Business, CSA*, CSC* or CST* Elective  3
THIRD SEMESTER (15-16 Credits)
CREDITS
BBG* 202
BMK* 201
Principles of Management OR
Principles of Marketing
 3
CSC* 231 Database Design I  3
  ___ ___ Social Science Elective **  3
  ___ ___ Science Elective  3-4
CST* 258 Fundamentals of Internet Programming  4
FOURTH SEMESTER (15-16 Credits)
CREDITS
CST* 250 Web Design and Development II  3
ACC* 115
BBG* 294
Principles of Financial Accounting OR
Business Internship
 3-4
  ___ ___ Fine Arts Elective  3
  ___ ___ Humanities Elective  3
  ___ ___ Social Science Elective  3
TOTAL CREDITS
 61-63
The symbol (†) indicates a prerequisite needs to be met
 ** COM 101 or COM 105 recommended

CONTACT

freeman_seth-0895

Seth Freeman
Program Coordinator
Computer and Information Systems
Room 607
sfreeman@capitalcc.edu
(860) 906-5249

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