Associate of Applied Science
As a Web Developer, you are responsible for developing and maintaining Web sites for public and private organizations.
In this program, you will:
- Develop the knowledge and skills essential for developing and maintaining Web pages.
- Study the fundamentals of closely related disciplines, including marketing and computer information systems.
- 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.