Website Design

Web Design

The Website Design concentration of study provides a specific skill set enabling the creation of visually rich websites for a wide range of purposes.  

Through practical application of the coursework, you will be able to employ a range of software programs to create and manipulate web appropriate digital imagery and animation; Design, build, test and present websites for a range of communication needs; Plan and budget a website project for presentation to a client; and produce a website portfolio that showcases individual web competencies.

If you are looking for a way to bring additional competencies to your workplace, to enhance your employability, or to seek entrepreneurial opportunities, this certificate is ideal.

Website Design (Certificate of Achievement)

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15 units are required for the certificate. Required core courses (12 units):
MMAC 112 Web Page Design 3 units
MMAC 114 Dynamic Internet Design 3 units
GRAPHI 118 Introduction to Web Graphics 3 units
CS 102 Introduction to Computing with HTML 3 units
     
  Plus a minimum of 3 units selected from the following:  
ART/GRPH 108 Design 1 on the Computer 3 units
ART 107 Computer Fine Art 3 units
GRAPHI 111 Electronic Imagery Lab 1 units
  and  
GRAPHI 112 Basic Electronic Imagery 3 units
PHTO 170 Digital Photography 2 units
  and  
PHTO 171 Digital Photography Lab 1 units

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