• CIS: Web Management Webmaster Curriculum


  • Associate of Applied of Applied Science Degree

    Catalog 2017-2018

    The Web Management option builds on the core CIS degree program to provide training in intermediate Web page creation, website management, entrepreneurship and client communications using current and proven techniques and taking advantage of current Web page software and technology. Students in this program will be exposed to current Web creation software such as Adobe Creative Suite, will create interactive websites using various scripting techniques and produce dynamic sites using server-side programming and database products.

    By using a blend of creative and programmatic techniques, students successfully completing this program should have access to Web creation careers as diverse as independent through intermediate Web programmer positions.

    Program Outcomes
    At the completion of this program, students should be able to:

    • Analyze a client’s website needs and propose appropriate solutions
    • Design and defend a website concept
    • Create from scratch a typical five-page website specific to a client’s particular need
    • Design and implement basic scripting code to add interactive functionality to a web page
    • Design and implement a form to collect data and transmit it to a server or email
    • Design appropriate server-side programming techniques to capture data from a website
    • Create various imagery and graphical effects using current image manipulation software to enhance the presentation of a web page
    • Understand advances in web technology especially in Social Networking and how future trends will affect client needs
    • Design websites to accommodate the requirements and limitations of changing computing platforms
    • Design websites to take advantage of basic search engine optimization techniques
    First Quarter (Fall)
    Course Number
    Course Title
    Credits
    CIS100 Computer Careers Exploration
    1
    ISTM183A Preparation for A+ Essentials
    or CIS120 Computer Concepts I and CIS120L Computer Concepts Lab I
    3-4
    CIS195 Web Development I
    3
    CIS197HTM Web Authoring: HTML5 and CSS3
    3
    CIS197WAG Web Authoring: Graphics
    3
    13-14
    Second Quarter (Winter)
    Course Number
    Course Title
    Credits
    CIS122 Computer Concepts III
    4
    CIS125SS Spreadsheets
    3
    CIS125WP Word Processing
    3
    CIS197WAA Web Authoring: Applications
    3
    WR121 English Composition
    4
    17
    Third Quarter (Spring)
    Course Number
    Course Title
    Credits
    CIS125DB Desktop Database
    3
    CIS151 Introduction to Networks
    4
    CIS197XML Web Authoring: XML
    4
    ISTM140L Linux Fundamentals1
    4
    15
    Fourth Quarter (Fall)
    Course Number
    Course Title
    Credits
    CIS145A Computer Maintenance and Forensics I
    3
    CIS244 Introduction to Systems Analysis
    3
    CIS276 SQL
    4
    MTH065 Beginning Algebra II (or higher)3
    4
    Electives in CIS3
    3-4
    17-18
    Fifth Quarter (Winter)
    Course Number
    Course Title
    Credits
    BA267 Business Project Management
    or BA101 Introduction to Business
    3-4
    CIS145B Computer Maintenance and Forensics II
    3
    CIS197CSP Web Authoring: Client-Side Programming
    3
    HUM202 Age of Technology: Ethics in the Workplace or
    BA285 Leadership and Human Relations
    3
    Health and Physical Education requirement‡
    3
    15-16
    Sixth Quarter (Spring)
    Course Number
    Course Title
    Credits
    CIS295CMS

    Web Development: Content Management Systems

    4
    CIS297 Capstone Project Development
    4
    WE280CA Cooperative Education Internship4
    4
    Electives in CIS3
    3-4
    15-16
    Total Credits 92-96

    1Students leaning towards Web Design may take ART117 instead of ISTM140L
    2Students intending to transfer must take MTH111 Pre-Calculus I: Elementary Functions or above, excluding MTH211. A College Placement Test (CPT) score does not fulfill this requirement. Students must successfully complete the required mathematics course (or higher.)
    3Electives include any CIS, CS or ISTM courses other than those required in the program, BA150 and BA250.
    4Any combination of WE280CAA, WE280CAB, WE280CAC or WE280CAD to total four credits.

    ‡ See Associate of Applied Science degree requirements.

    Students planning to transfer to a four-year school must consult with the institution they will be attending as well as work with a CIS faculty adviser. In all schedule planning, it is important for the student to check the course description for prerequisite information.