This degree is intended for the information technology student who wants to develop skills in website design and development. Students will study the issues and challenges of creating and maintaining websites, interface usability, and how to maximize the effects that websites have on public and private companies, government and municipal agencies, and nonprofit organizations. As with all information technology degrees, a wide range of job opportunities are available.
This program is offered online, with support services provided by the NAU locations listed below. Classes are offered as follows:
Online Classes Only – Students may not take any on-ground classes at the following locations:
Indianapolis, Indiana; Garden City, Overland Park, Wichita, and Wichita West, Kansas; Bloomington, Brooklyn Center, Burnsville, Minnetonka, Rochester, and Roseville, Minnesota; Independence, Lee's Summit, and Zona Rosa, Missouri; Bellevue, Nebraska; Albuquerque and Albuquerque West, New Mexico; Tulsa, Oklahoma; and Allen, Texas.
On-Ground Classes Permissible – In addition to online classes, students may take on-ground classes at the following locations:
Centennial, Colorado Springs, and Colorado Springs South, Colorado; Ellsworth AFB, Rapid City, Sioux Falls, and Watertown, South Dakota; Austin, Austin South, Georgetown, Houston, Lewisville, Mesquite, and Richardson, Texas.
- Client-Side Scripting & Open Communication
- Web Design & Programming
- Server-Side Applications with PHP and MySQL
- Designing User Interfaces & Multimedia
- Responsive Web Development
Students in some programs may be required to take online classes and attend classes at different locations.
Computer Support Specialists can seek the Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) certification in the area of Developer.
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