Web Design

Business Management and Computer Sciences | CC - Certificate of Completion | 1 year

Earn your Certificate in Web Design at Clackamas Community College. In as little as a year, learn the skills needed for an in demand career in web design.

The Web Design program should prepare students for technical positions related to web and graphic design. It's a multidisciplinary program that incorporates classes from computer science and art. Course work includes a strong emphasis on computer graphics and design, data communications theory, operating systems, and web design with a focus on current industry standards. Cooperative Work Experience (CWE) is supervised real-world experience that supplements the academic classroom environment.

Web Design

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Web Design Core Requirements

Complete 3 credits of CS-280
  • CS-280
  • Computer Science/CWE
  • 1
 
Complete ART-226 or CS-240L
  • ART-226
  • Computer Graphics II
  • 3
  • CS-240L
  • Linux Administration
  • 4
 
Complete CS-151 or CS-275
  • CS-275
  • Database Design
  • 3
  • CS-151
  • Networking I
  • 4
 
Complete the Computer Graphics Art Requirement: ART-225
  • ART-225
  • Computer Graphics I
  • 3
 
Complete the following Web Design Core Requirements
  • CS-125H
  • HTML & Web Site Design
  • 3
  • CS-133S
  • JavaScript/Server-Side Script
  • 3
  • CS-135I
  • Adv Web Design W/Dreamweaver
  • 3
  • CS-140
  • Intro to Operating Systems
  • 4
  • CS-150
  • Computer Tech Orientation
  • 3
  • CS-195
  • Flash Web Development
  • 3
  • CS-234P
  • PHP/MySQL Web Development
  • 3
  • CS-181
  • CMS Web Development
  • 3
  • CS-234J
  • jQuery Web Development
  • 3
 

Computation Related Instruction

Complete MTH-065
  • MTH-065
  • Algebra II
  • 4
 

Communication Related Instruction

Complete WR-121
  • WR-121
  • English Composition
  • 4
 

Human Relations Related Instruction

Complete 3-4 credits. Please refer to page 82 of the catalog for a list of approved Related Instruction Courses.
 
Total Credits Required: 51-54