Web Information Systems Technology
Delaware Technical & Community College
This degree program is designed to provide students with a background in the computer and business applications needed to assist a company wanting to conduct business using the Internet and the World Wide Web. Students will acquire knowledge of basic programming, Web construction, interactive Web sites and Internet Scripts. What You’ll learn...
Microcomputer programming languages Fundamentals of E-Commerce Web page construction Principles of marketing Development of interactive Web sites Database design and programming Analysis and design of computer systems
For more info contact: Bonnie Atkins
What You’ll earn...
Employment opportunities in Web development-related fields Competitive starting salary ranging from $30,000 – $35,000 Skills to excel in information technology fields Application programming skills that are in demand in local businesses Credentials required for promotion
Jack F. Owens Campus
What You Can Do...
Internet Specialist Web Developer
Webmaster Web Programmer
Web Information Systems Technology
reQuIreD teChnICal CourSe
CIS 120 CIS 160 CIS 170 CIS 194 CIS 201 CIS 207 CIS 238 CIS 240 CIS 260 CIS 282 Introduction to Programming Internet/Web Construction Internet/Web Multimedia Networking Technologies Microdatabase Programming Visual Programming Database Design & Programming Systems Analysis and Design Internet/Web Commerce Topics in Programming Languages
The Web Development associate degree program provides students with a program of instruction in the development, implementation and management of online electronic business operations. The program’s focus is on the manner in which the Internet is transforming business. The students will be prepared to create safe and secure networks for businesses having an online presence, to become Web masters capable of building Web sites, and to become technology specialists able to maximize visits to client’s sites. The curriculum consists of core computer and business courses which emphasize the Internet and its role in business today.
reQuIreD Support CourSeS
BUS 101 CIS 107 EBZ 220 ECO 111 ENG 121 ENG 122 MAT 153 MKT 212 OAT 152 Introduction to Business Introduction to Computer/Applications Fundamentals of E-Commerce Macroeconomics Composition Technical Writing & Communication College Math & Statistics Principles of Marketing Excel Level I Microeconomics Political Science Human Relations General Psychology Sociology
Listed as one of the fastest-growing professions
Exciting career opportunities and well-paying positions available Work experience credit available Hands-on, up-to-date training by qualified instructors Cost-effective way to gain training in the information technology field
*ECO 122 *POL 111 *PSY 100 *PSY 121 * SOC 111
The program is committed to providing quality instruction that leads to successful entry into the profession. Program effectiveness is continually measured through established outcomes assessment methods. Results from these measurements are used for continuous program improvement.
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Delaware Technical & Community College Jack F. Owens Campus P.O. Box 610 Georgetown, DE 19947 (302) 856-5400 www.dtcc.edu
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time, non-refundable application fee. Make check or money order payable to Delaware Technical & Community College. Applications may be requested by phone (302-856-5400, ext. 6010) or mail, via the Web, or from a high school counselor. applications may be printed from the Web at www.dtcc.edu/all/forms. Develop a financial plan to identify resources (financial aid/SEED/other scholarships) to help pay for college. Request that your official high school, GED and/or college transcript be sent immediately to the Admissions Office. Participate in the college testing and placement program, if required. Official SAT/ACT tests taken within the last five years may be submitted to satisfy this requirement. Arrange an appointment for an acceptance interview with a counselor after taking the placement test. Meet for advisement to discuss the curriculum and select courses for registration.
January 5, 2009