Web Design - Course Planning
As a student in the Web Design program at Seattle Central College, you will share many core classes with students in other Information Technology (IT) programs in order to gain a more complete understanding of what it's like to work as part of a web team on large-scale projects.
Web Design students have the option of earning a certificate or going on to complete an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree.
Students must meet eligibility to enroll in ENGL&101 Composition I and MATH 098 Intermediate Algebra. These course do not have to be taken to complete the certificate.Prior to enrolling in the Web Design program, you should complete the following courses with a minimum grade of a 2.0 GPA.
ITC 102: Information Systems Concepts
Intro to computers and information systems, including hardware, software, data organization, data communications, systems development and the evolving role of computers in society. Waiver for prior experience or test out is possible.
BTM 111: Business Applications Support I
Intro to Word Processing, Spreadsheets, and Personal Information Management and Presentation software. Creating letters, business correspondence, spreadsheets and presentations commonly used in business settings. Waiver for prior experience or test out is possible. Previously known as MIC 101.
Web Design Program Courses
BTM 260 Project Management
WEB 110 Web Authoring I
WEB 112 Typography for the Web
WEB 114 Photoshop for the Web
WEB 120 Web Authoring II
WEB 130 Web Authoring III
WEB 160 Writing for the Web
WEB 170 Content Management Systems
WEB 200 Theory of Web Design
WEB 202 User Centered Web Design
WEB 204 User Research Methods
WEB 205 Web Career Strategies
WEB 210 Advanced Web Design
ITC 240 Web Applications I
ITC 220 Database Development
ITC 197 Work Experience
Total Certificate credits = 72 (Not Including Prerequisites)
AAST-Degree - Web Design Certificate plus
- BUS 240 Internet Law - 5 Credits
- ENGL&101 Composition I - 5 Credits
- HUM 105 Intercultural Communications - 5 Credits
- MATH& 146 Statistics - 5 Credits
- Natural World Science Course OR ICS Social Science Course - 5 Credits
- ITC 285 Capstone Project - 5 Credits
Total Credits = 30
Total for AAS–T Degree credits = 102 (after prereqs)