About our Web Development Degree
A degree in business with a concentration in web development prepares students for a career in Internet related industries. This also includes the intranet sector that many corporations employ for use in internal communications and business-to-client or business-to-business services.
With this training students learn the foundation of running and administering a business and learn information technology concepts related to web development and the processes needed to maintain a website on the Internet or intranet. Students then move on to web development, design and related courses.
In addition to the business, IT and web development classes, students will be given fifteen credit hours in general education in the areas of quantitative analysis, written communication, and social science.
With this degree, graduates can work any place a presences on the Internet is required or where an intranet is used. Graduates will have a basic understanding of the business and administrative side of running an office that provides Internet or intranet services.
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|Course Name||Course Type||Credit Hours|
|Principles of Management||Business||3.0|
|Principles of Marketing||Business||3.0|
|Business Plan Development||Business||3.0|
|Computer Concepts||Information Technology||3.0|
|Computer Applications||Information Technology||3.0|
|Digital Media I||Information Technology||3.0|
|Visual Basic||Information Technology||3.0|
|Computer Networking||Information Technology||3.0|
|Web Basics||Web Development||3.0|
|Site Design||Web Development||3.0|
|Web Page Development||Web Development||3.0|
|Digital Media II||Web Development||3.0|
|Success in College and the Workplace||Career Development||3.0|
Students will take 15 credit hours from the following General Education Courses, assuring at least one course is taken in each of these areas: quantitative analysis, written and oral communication, and social sciences. Not all electives are available at all campuses.
|Critical Cognition||General Education||3.0|
|English Composition||General Education||3.0|
|Communication Studies||General Education||3.0|
|Human Factors in Behavior Performance||General Education||3.0|
|Comparative Literature||General Education||3.0|