Web Development Certificate
College: College of Business, Economics, and Computing
In cooperation with the art department, the computer science department offers a certificate in web development and publishing. The certificate serves traditional students who want to augment their major and improve their employability by adding web design and development skills, as well as professionals interested in the essentials of webpage design. The program offers competency in artistic web design, and client and server web programming.
Undergraduate certificates are not available to students registered in a graduate program.
Program Learning Outcomes
- An ability to analyze a problem, and identify and define the web computing requirements appropriate to its solution.
- An ability to design, implement, and evaluate a web-based client and system to meet desired needs.
Requirements for the Web Development Certificate
|ART 105||Introduction to Graphic Design||3|
|ART 377||Interactive Design I||3|
|CSCI 220||Client Web Programming||3|
|CSCI 130||Introduction to Programming||3-5|
|or CSCI 241||Computer Science I|
|CSCI 322||Server Web Programming||3|
|or ART 477||Interactive Design II|
University Requirements for Undergraduate Certificates
Course work in a certificate must be completed with a minimum 2.00 GPA. Departments or programs may require a higher GPA.
A minimum of 9 credits in a certificate program must be taken at UW-Parkside. Individual departments and programs may require more than 9 credits to be taken at UW-Parkside.