Aug 18, 2018  
2017-18 RACC Student Catalog 
    
2017-18 RACC Student Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Web Site Development, CC


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Business Division

The Web Site Development concentration is designed to prepare graduates as website developers. Students will gain experience in website design, creation and implementation. They will also be able to maintain a web server. The program is also designed for individuals working in advertising and marketing, as well as for students who currently have a bachelor’s degree and desire a change of careers. Students may receive credit for certain courses if they can demonstrate or document proficiency.

Program Competencies

Upon successful completion of this program, the student should be able to:

  • Create programs that solve common business problems using structured programming and modular design.
  • Describe the hardware and software needs in a modern business environment using appropriate computer terminology.
  • Plan and design websites using fundamental web design principles.
  • Create multimedia websites using web authoring tools.
  • Employ the skills necessary to be an Internet site developer, designer or webmaster.
  • Create e-commerce websites.
  • Discuss the issues of professional standards and ethics for Information Technology workers.
  • Utilize a personal computer to prepare documents using word processing, spreadsheet and and database software and to perform basic navigation of the Internet.

Proficiency Certificates are certificates which are designed to prepare students for specific occupations and allow the student to enter the world of work with a targeted set of skills valuable in the designated occupational area.

Gainful Employment Information

Gainful employment information is intended to provide students with better information about the effectiveness of college programs in preparing students for careers. Information provided includes estimated program costs and time needed to complete the program, financing options and related careers.

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Required Program of Study


Spring Semester 1 (12 Credit Hours)


Fall Semester 2 (6 Credit Hours)


Spring Semester 2 (6 Credit Hours)


Total Credits=36


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