We advocate the learning, knowledge, and application of web standards set forth by the World Wide Web Consortium (w3C) in terms of HTML and CSS coding concepts and practices. Classroom projects involve best practices when creating a website, including HTML5 and CSS3 technology, user experience, typography, principles of web design, and more.
As a professional technical degree, our program requires a number of credits to be completed using Co-op, internships, and/or assigned projects as work experience. To prepare for this, students attend various sessions of a Web Development Seminar which prepares the student for post-graduation by discussing web development career paths and themes, additional technologies, and business development.
Students will have access to a live web server for website and application publishing, as well as a location for a personal or professional working portfolio.
Contribute to a large collection of web design and development tips, information, and more! The Web Dev Wiki contains information about curriculum and projects. Coming soon!
Computer laboratories in Sam Glenn Complex are available Monday to Friday and are loaded with development and design software necessary to your success.