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Future Catalog for Fall 2022 
    
Future Catalog for Fall 2022

Web Development, BA


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This major is administered by the Department of Computing and New Media Technologies .

The Web Development major creates meaningful, useful, and engaging digital experiences across a variety of platforms.

Upon completion of this major you will be able to design and develop interactive products from websites and desktop applications to mobile apps and beyond. You will master the skills, methods, and technologies that help you fashion and craft digital products that meet carefully defined needs, are creative, accessible, and ethical. You will also have solid understanding of the fundamental concepts that underlie your discipline - human behavior, thinking, and emotions; interactive computing technologies; and how people interact with technology and with one another through technology.

Program Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the Web Development major, you will be able to: 

  1. Demonstrate mastery of core knowledge in computing. 
  2. Apply problem-solving and computing skills to solve real problems. 
  3. Explain how computing influences society, including social, legal, ethical, and cultural concerns. 
  4. Write about and orally communicate technical information about computing. 


Consists of a minimum of 63 credits.

Note: Required courses marked ** below have Math prerequisites. Depending on your placement score, additional courses may be required.

Electives


Complete any combination of 6 credits in CIS, CNMT, or WD courses numbered 345 and above, with the exceptions of CIS 370  or CIS 570 , CIS 373  or CIS 573 , CIS 499 , CNMT 410 , CNMT 479 , CNMT 480 , and WD 499 .

World Language Courses, 0-8 credits


Complete a two-semester sequence of university entry-level world language courses (101, 102). The requirement may be fulfilled through equivalent coursework or other language acquisition as demonstrated through a test-out policy (including Native American languages and American Sign Language). If your native language is not English and you can document formal high school or university study of your native language, you may use ENGL 101  and ENGL 202 , or ENGL 150  as a means of fulfilling this world language requirement. Please see the Department of World Languages and Literatures  for details.

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