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2022-2023 Academic Catalog 
2022-2023 Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Computer Information Systems Certificate: Web Development (EK12)

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Campus contact for this program:
Professor Farshad Ravanshad,


This certificate program is designed to provide the technical computer skills required to design business web sites. The program has as its learning outcomes the demonstrated proficiency in the skills listed below:

  • Demonstrate a basic understanding of the information technology field, demonstrate problem-solving and creative-thinking skills 
  • Apply programming concepts and techniques and utilize a programming language to design, code, compile, execute and debug programs 
  • Apply relational database concepts to query and manipulate data in relational databases 
  • Demonstrate a basic understating of the Linux operating system, its GUI and command-line environments, and its tools 
  • Demonstrate the ability to create web sites by programming in HTML, the industry standard language for Internet presentation. Students will demonstrate this skill by using HTML programming to create functional web sites that employ all of the fundamental aspects of HTML, including HTML syntax, links, tables, images, frames, forms, and cascading style sheets 
  • Demonstrate the ability to create web sites that incorporate the graphical elements required of business web sites. Students will demonstrate this skill by creating web sites that employ all of the major industry standard graphical file formats and graphical compression techniques 
  • Demonstrate the ability to produce dynamic web sites that interact with the user. Students will demonstrate this skill by creating web sites that employ the fundamental client-side interactive Internet technologies, such as JavaScript and Dynamic HTML 
  • Demonstrate the ability to produce web sites that serve as user interfaces to computer programs and databases. Students will demonstrate this ability by designing web sites that pass data to and from databases that reside on a web server