Web Development/ Programming

Arts and Communications ICON100Web Development/ Programing I  Course No.  6630/6632

Web Development/ Programing II Course No. 6631/6633itshere200

acecolorhermemail2 years – 6 high school credits and 6 college credits – Advanced Career Education (ACE) Center at Hermitage

State Course Title: Design, Multimedia, and Web Technologies/ Design, Multimedia, and Web Technologies, Advanced.  Click  links for detailed pdf descriptions.

This is a two-year, 3-period program designed to offer the tools and skills students need to succeed in today’s high-technology applytoACEbutton200marketplace. Instruction includes developing proficiency in Web programming specifically HyperText Markup Language (HTML), Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), Javascript, and JAVA; using Adobe Creative Suite products (Dreamweaver, Flash, Photoshop) to develop interactive websites; incorporating principles of layout and design into Web and desktop-published projects; developing real-world business application development skills using current web-enabled application languages; planning, defining and using databases; refining presentation skills and designing electronic portfolios; demonstrating an understanding of business ethics, copyright laws, computer crimes and privacy issues; developing the skills to earn a CIW Web Foundations (year 1); and a Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) certification (year 2).

Our Web Development/ Programming course is a dual enrollment course with Reynolds Community College.

Students have the opportunity to become industry certified in the following areas:

  • CIW: Site Development Associate
  • Workplace Readiness
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For questions please contact the Pre-Engineering and Industrial Careers, Agricultural Education, and JROTC Specialist at their page.

Please see your counselor or instructor if you have questions. Click here for more information on this program.

U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Employment Statistics for web developers click here.

U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Employment Statistics for programmers click here.