Associate of Applied Science
We limit our class size. Every student that gets into a technical program in a technical class will have their own computer; they will not share with anyone else.– Morris Fulcher Campus Associate Dean, Computer Information Systems
The Internet explosion has led to the creation of a new career path: the Web Developer. Web Developers are the people responsible for developing and maintaining Web sites for public and private organizations. This program includes courses in marketing and computer information systems, as well as the skills needed to develop and maintain Web pages.
In this program you will learn the fundamentals of Web design, development, and programming, including:
- Visual BASIC.
- SQL Database Development and Management.
- The average annual wage for Web Developers ranges from an average of $47,000 to $71,000, depending on the size of the company and expertise in the field.
- For Web Developers, employment is expected to increase about 15 percent by 2016,
- Work environments may be less structured than a typical office with arrangements like flexible work hours and “e-commuting” becoming more common.
- Specialists with significant experience and expertise in one subject or application may earn more as independent consultants or by starting their own firm.