Certificate Code: 5746
This certificate is offered at the Quad-Cities Campus.
Students starting this program and wishing to continue their education can do so with the Computer Specialist – Web Programming Track AAS.
Graduates of the program will find entry-level employment in the field of Web page development and maintenance.
Course of Study Outline – Suggested Courses (Credit Hours)
CIP 170 — Web Page Development or (4)
CIP 170A — Web Page Development I – HTML/CSS and (2)
CIP 170B — Dreamweaver (2)
ART 215 — Digital Imagery or (3)
ART 290 – Applications in Computer Art or
CIP 186 — Web Design
CIP 104 — Into to Computer Programing (3)
CIP 101 — Computer Logic and Design (4)
CIP 211A — Intro to Flash (2)
CIP 185 — XML (eXtensible Markup Lang.) (1)
CIP 204 — Visual Basic Programing (4)
CIP 211B — Flash Programing (2)
* Technical Electives (3)
Minimum total hours required for certificate (31)
* Suggested Technical Electives: Choose any – does not need to be same emphasis. Some courses require a prerequisite – check course descriptions in catalog.
Design Emphasis (Credit Hours)
ART 215 — Digital Imagery or
ART 290 — Applications in Computers Arts or
CIP 186 — Web Design - select course not taken 1st semester (3)
ART 231 — Photography (3)
BE 248B — Desktop Publishing II (1)
Database Programing Emphasis (Credit Hours)
CIP 227 — Database Management II (3)
CIP 228 — Web Database Programing (3)
CIP 183 — Intro to ASP.NET (3)
Web 2.0 Emphasis (Credit Hours)
CIP 206 — AJAX and Web Services (3)
Networking Emphasis (Credit Hours)
NETW 250 — Web Server Administration (3)
Miscellaneous (Credit Hours)
CIP 190 — Microsoft Sharepoint (3)
Gainful employment is one important measure that students and parents should pay attention to as they examine colleges and programs. All non-degree programs must be designed to lead to gainful employment in a recognized occupation in order to be deemed eligible for federal student aid. These programs are generally less than 2 years in length and result in a certificate.