Web 1200 - Programming Logic
This course introduces you to the concepts underlying programming for web and digital media. Students will learn about the logic structures within the computer, programming logic flow and basic computer programming constructs with a focus on web delivery.
GWD 1700 - Fundamentals of Web Design & Development
This course will focus on designing and developing a web site using HTML5 (Hypertext Markup Language) and CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) the languages used to create documents on the World Wide Web.
Web 2100 - Web Programming
This course will provide an introduction to the theory and practice of problem solving and software development as it applies to web development. There will be an emphasis on object oriented concepts, but the course will also include structured design and the major programming constructs found in all programming languages (conditionals, loops, procedures, data structures).
Web 2200 - Social Media
This course helps students understand the technical concepts underlying current and future emerging developments in social networking. Students will have an experiential and abstract knowledge of applications/tools/phenomena that represent social networking as well as in-depth knowledge working with specific tools/applications that illustrate social networking.
Web 2350 - Content Management Systems
This course will help students understand the different types of existing CMS and their uses. It will also help students install and use some of the most popular CMS on the market and will also show how to create e-commerce sites with minimum knowledge of coding or technology. The course will also discuss open source software concepts and provide an overview of proprietary industry software used to manage digital content.
GWD 3900 - Information Architecture
This course focuses on the basic principles of information architecture. Students in this course study the art and science of structuring and organizing information environments on the web, or within an online search or application.
Web 2700 - Intermediate Web design and Development
This course teaches you to design and develop web sites including implementing interactive concepts and tools. It includes HTML 5 features and CSS3. It also introduces a number of server-side technologies, including SSI, mySQL and PHP as we work with databases.
GWD 3910: Interface Design
This course introduces the concept of facilitating interaction between a system and a user, examining the conceptual, visual, and structural components of website interfaces. Concepts covered include pre-design research, applying insights gained from research to develo p interface concepts, and presenting and demonstrating the interface. Teaching methodology includes in-class and individual and/or group projects.
This course will focus on the practical application of Search Engine Optimization, Accessibility and the use of Analytics in student created web sites.
Web 3700 - Advanced Web Design and Development
students will focus on creating dynamic web sites using PHP and MySQL technology to ready themselves for the world of business-to-business (B2B) web site development
GWD 3920 - Experience Design
This course introduces students to the concept of facilitating interaction between a system and a user, examining the conceptual, visual, and structural components of interfaces. Concepts covered will include pre-design research, applying insights gained from research to develop interface concepts, and presenting and demonstrating the interface.
WEB4497 & WEB4498 - Portfolio I & II
This course will focus on preparing students for life after college. Students will begin working on planning, conceptualizing, prototyping, usability analysis, creating workflow timelines for their Senior Digital Portfolios.
Given to students who are graduating and need additional & advanced courses such as advanced CMS and Emerging Technologies..