Web Technologies-Option

Computer Systems Support, Associate in Applied Science

The Web Technologies option serves students who are not interested in transferring to a four-year institution. It is designed to present various aspects of Web page design and give both an academic and professional perspective. Students learn the theoretical principles of Web page and Web site design, providing a conceptual foundation while using the industry-standard tools for their development.

The option also offers individuals already working in the Web publishing industry the opportunity to advance their knowledge. Upon graduation, employment opportunities may include Web page designer, Web developer and Web analyst.

For information, contact the department chair James Taggart at (609)839-0451 or e-mail jtaggart@atlantic.edu.

Courses Credits
Recommended Sequence of Courses
First Semester:
 
CISM125-Introduction to Computers
3
CISM127-The Internet and the World Wide Web
3
ENGL101-Composition I
3
MATH121-Applications of Mathematics
4
General Education Science course
4
 
Second Semester:
CISM163-Web Page Design
3
CISM165-Web Graphics and Animation
3
ENGL102-Composition II
3
OSTM262-Business Presentations Using Multimedia
3
General Education Humanities or Social Science course
3
TCOM125-Technical Communication
3
   
Third Semester:
ARTS116-Graphic Design
3
BUSN120-Principles of Management
3
CISM130-Using PC Operating Systems
4
CISM154-Computer Programming-Java
4
CISM164-Microcomputer Applications Using Relational Databases
3
   
Fourth Semester:  
CISM160-Systems Analysis and Design
3
CISM167-Programming in Oracle SQL
3
CISM174-Computer Programming-Visual Basic
4
CISM280-Capstone Portfolio
1
OSTM263-Publishing for Business
3
TOTAL COURSES REQUIRED FOR DEGREE
66
(WEBT) EFFECTIVE FALL 2011