Information Technology - Web Designer/Developer
Program Number: 31-152-7
School Year: 2014-2015
Technical Diploma (1 year)
Campus: Online, most classes offered at Fond du Lac and West Bend
The Information Technology - Web Designer/Developer program teaches students to use a variety of software, programming and markup languages combined with web design principles to create websites used for marketing and e-commerce.
Graduates may work in positions as webmasters, web designers, web developers and website developer consultants/entrepreneurs. Individuals may be employed in a wide range of companies that are interested in using the Internet to market and/or sell their products or services. Graduates may be employed by a consulting firm that provides web design, development and maintenance as a contracted service to businesses and industries or start their own business.
- $125.85 per credit (resident)
- $188.80 per credit (out-of-state resident)
- *Online students are not charged out-of-state fees.
- Create Web photographics.
- Demonstrate fundamental network environment concepts.
- Develop Web sites.
- Employ Web design principles.
- Employ Web development skills.
- Explore new Web technologies.
- Incorporate e-commerce solutions.
- Maintain a Web site.
- Program Web languages.
- Promote Web site online.
- Use markup languages.
- Develop database-driven Web sites.
- Employ project management tools.
- Online Marketer
- Web Designer
- Web Developer
- Web Site Consultant/Entrepreneur
- Social Media Coordinator
- Submit the college admission application.
- Submit the $30 one-time fee.
- Submit high school and other official college transcripts.
- Take the college assessment test (ACCUPLACER, ACT or other). The ACCUPLACER assessment can be taken at MPTC.
- Meet with Academic Advisor to discuss order of courses and prerequisites (required for this program).
- Check with Admissions if any additional steps are required.
Please visit the Admissions page for general information.
The information below is provided as a federal requirement in an effort to help students make informed educational decisions. Specifically, Gainful Employment aims to provide information related to future potential debt burden in comparison to the expected earnings in a chosen program or field.
|103-159||**Computer Literacy - Microsoft Office||1|
|152-106||Web Site Design||3|
|152-107||Graphics for the Web||2|
|152-119||Web Developer Concepts||2|
|801-136||English Composition 1||3|
|152-115||Web Site Design, Implementation and Maintenance||3|
|152-118||Database-Driven Web Sites||3|
|204-112||Digital Graphic Design||3|
|801-196||Oral and Interpersonal Communication||3|
|152-117||Emerging Web Technologies and Trends||1|
|152-120||Web Developer Internship||3|
|152-124||e-Commerce: Designing and Marketing Web Sites||3|
|152-127||Visual Studio Developer||3|
|Total Program Credits and Institutional Requirements||46|
An Internship is the exit assessment graduation requirement for the program.
** The credits for 103-159 Computer Literacy-Microsoft Office and 890-101 College 101 are Institutional Requirements for graduation. Consequently, they are not part of the program credit requirements.
Additional Program Requirements
Students will need to complete Basic Math Proficiency.
- Information Technology - Web Designer/Developer, 2014-2015
- Information Technology - Web Designer/Developer, 2013-2014
Check out the Credit Transfers page for more information.
Note: Students should be able to keyboard 25 wpm or enroll in the Keyboarding (106-103) course; have experience using the Internet or enroll in the Exploring the Internet With Client Software (103-165) course; and have experience using Microsoft Word, Access and Excel.
This program is completed in 3 terms.