Nothing says “behind the times” more than a static, one-dimensional web page, and as a result, demand for custom-designed, fully interactive websites is higher than ever. Multi-stack web developers use a variety of front-end and back-end web technologies to build high-performing and visually engaging websites. Next-level web development takes creative vision and technical expertise—master the art of both at Sullivan University.
Our dynamic web development degree program provides you hands-on experience in PHP, Java, CMS, HTML5, SEO, .NET, C#, Visual Basic, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Edge, Macromedia Dreamweaver, Flash, Python, Ruby and Project Management. You will gain practical skills in both website design as well as website development that can prepare you with a solid foundation for a successful career path in Website Design, Website Development, IT Project Management and e-commerce.
Job prospects for web developers are better than ever— according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment in the field of web development is projected to grow 20% by 2022, faster than the average for all occupations. With our DWD degree, you will stand out in the job market!
Practical application of both the technical and design sides of web development is at the heart of Sullivan’s dynamic web development program. You’ll learn to use web languages to write programs; apply appropriate design principles to create an aesthetically pleasing yet functional sites; explore multimedia design tools to create the newest generation of interactive design; connect to databases and retrieve content efficiently; and much more.
A.A.S. Dynamic Web Development
Sullivan University’s degree program provides students with the following:
- Personal Attention | This program offers small classes, with a comprehensive hands-on learning approach.
- Accelerated Program | With Sullivan’s quarter-based term schedule, we help you get your degree in less time.
- Financial Planning | We’ll assist you in accessing any and all financial aid available to you.
- Career Assistance | We’ll help you prepare for the career you want! Check out our Career Services for more information!
|Course||Class Title||Credit Hours|
|CGD 115||Introduction to Digital Imaging||3|
|CGD 131||Color Theory||3|
|CGD 234||Multi-Media I||3|
|CGD 243||Web I||3|
|CGD 256||Multi-Media II||3|
|CGD 263||Web II||3|
|COM 204||Interpersonal Communication and Conflict Management||4|
|CSC 118||Computer Applications I||4|
|DWD 145||Programming Logic||3|
|DWD 150||Introduction to Programming||3|
|DWD 255||Intermediate Programming -NDT||3|
|DWD 257||Client Side Programming||3|
|DWD 265||Web III||3|
|DWD 266||Multi-Media III||3|
|DWD 268||Portfolio – NDT||3|
|DWD 269||Externship – NDT||3|
|DWD 271||Dynamic Web Language I – NDT||3|
|DWD 272||Dynamic Web Language II – NDT||3|
|DWD 273||Dynamic Web Language III – NDT||3|
|DWD 275||Web IV||3|
|DWD 276||Mobile Application Development – NDT||3|
|DWD 277||Dynamic Web Language IV – NDT||3|
|DWD 278||Dynamic Web Language V – NDT||3|
|ENG 101||Composition I||4|
|FYE 101||Information Literacy||4|
|MTH 113||Mathematical Concepts||4|
|MTH 123||Advanced Mathematics||4|
|MTH 243||Applied Algebra||4|
|General Studies Elective (4 Additional Credit Hours) Students must choose one additional General Education class from the Social/Behavioral Science category. This class is in addition to the required General Education classes listed in the program. See the Table of Contents to find the complete list of General Education classes and minimum requirements.|
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