Web Designer

Technology Careers

About the Career

Websites have become essential information and communication tools as well as a means of doing business for many companies. They are increasingly being used for education and training. Opportunities for people with web design and maintenance skills are found within organizations and companies across every business sector as well as with technology companies and firms that specialize in web design and e-commerce. Some web professionals even go into business for themselves and work on a contractual basis.

Using HTML, web editing, graphics, animation, audio and multimedia software, web designers create the interface for site visitors to gather information or transact business. Web developers use programming skills and languages such as Java and Visual Basic. Web designers and developers also keep the content of websites updated.

Academic Programs

Computer Technology

Database administrators determine ways to organize, store, and protect data. The curriculum stresses critical thinking skills and the concepts, principles and techniques of information processing, while providing a background in general education and business.

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Web Design and Maintenance

The Web Design and Maintenance Certificate provides the student a knowledge base for supporting a website.

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Training Programs

Front-End Web Developer

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