|Open to||:||High School or College Level|
|Prerequisites||: ||Qualifying math or verbal score and completion of Intro to Web Design & Development or equivalent|
|Course Format||:||Individually Paced|
|Prerequisites||:||Typically 3 months|
|Course Code||:||WEB - 101,102|
The Web Design & Development (WEB 101,102) curriculum is the advanced level of web design, creation, and maintenance of web pages and websites. Students learn how to critically evaluate website quality, learn how to create and maintain quality web pages, learn about web design standards and why they’re important, and learn to create and manipulate images. The course progresses from introductory work on web design to a culminating project in which students design and develop websites for local community organizations.
DETAILED COURSE INFORMATION
- The present curriculum teaches standards-compliant web designing or development and is itself grounded in national industry skills standards and national education standards.
- Introduction Web Pages( dynamic and static )
- Web Planning & Design
- The Structure of a Web Page
- Tool used in web development
- Languages used in web development
- Configuration of APACHE and PHP
- SQL Yog + PHP Myadmin ( Database tools)
- Advanced Development Techniques
During the tutorials or seminars, the student will work on case studies and discuss various strategies and techniques.
This course requires a properly maintained computer with high-speed internet access and an up-to-date web browser (such as Chrome or Firefox). The student must be able to communicate with the instructor via email.
This course uses an asynchronous mode and students are provided with tiered video and self-guided learning modules. Live online interaction with the instructor can be arranged. The “on-site” classroom works on standard computers and instructor-led exercises.
Most course lectures may be viewed on mobile devices, but in some cases, assignments and quizzes must be completed on a desktop or laptop computer.
END OF COURSE REQUIREMENTS
In fulfillment of the course, students are required to take the final examination, as well as an end-of-course project or research paper.