The Web Development Bundle
The web development bundle is designed to provide a solid foundation in the essential skills expected from today’s web development professional. The bundle does not aim to prepare a narrow specialist knowledgeable in one aspect of web development. Instead, the bundle aims to prepare a full-stack professional – a term used in the industry to describe a person with expertise covering some of the most important segments of the web development process. Students who take the bundle will obtain knowledge of client-side and server-side programming, basic database design and operation, HTML markup and CSS styling, principles of web design, and the more general principles of visual communication and digital visualization, as well as principles of developing web strategy through the lens of digital marketing that include personal development, journey mapping and wireframing.
The Web Development bundle includes the following five courses (all 3 credits):
COMM 3557 ADVANCED DIGITAL VISUALIZATION (Topic) (Fall)
CS 1100 WEB DEVELOPMENT: CLIENT-SIDE CODING (Fall, no prerequisites)
CS 2100 WEB DEVELOPMENT: SERVER-SIDE CODING (Spring, Prerequisite CS 1100)
CS 3120/5120 USER INTERFACE DESIGN (Fall; Junior Standing)
MKTG 3148 DIGITAL CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE (Fall)
The Web Development bundle is offered through Computer Science Department, with input from the Communication and Marketing programs.
Web Development Contact
Eugene Wallingford: firstname.lastname@example.org