SLCC General Catalog

Web Programming & Development CP

CTE Certificate of Proficiency
16 credits minimum

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Program Description

This emphasis is for professional careers in the Web Programming and Development area of the information systems field. Fundamentals of business as well as technical skills are emphasized, in order to utilize Web Programming and Development effectively in a business environment. The “business to consumer” and “business to business” paradigms are explored. Graduates are trained in the technical aspects of website management, preparation, development and implementation.

Career Opportunities

  • Web Programmer
  • Web Designer
  • Web Developer
  • Web Engineer

NOTE: This Certificate of Proficiency is eligible for financial aid if it is a part of a financial aid eligible program such as an AS or AAS degree. Courses within the certificate may also be eligible if taken as part of a financial aid eligible program. Please check with the Financial Aid Office to determine if the Certificate of Proficiency and classes are eligible.

Required Courses: (12 Credits)

Course

Title

Credits

Semesters

Prerequisite

CSIS 1430

Internet & HTML Fundamentals (ID)

3

F,Sp

Recommended: CIS 1020

CSIS 2440

Web Programming

3

F,Sp

Recommended: CSIS 1430

CSIS 2470

Advanced JavaScript & JSP

3

Sp

Recommended: CSIS 2440

CSIS 1032

Introduction to Linux

3

F,Sp

Recommended: CSIS 1030


Recommended Elective Courses: (4 Credits Minimum)

Course

Title

Credits

Semesters

Prerequisite

CSIS 1340

Introduction to Programming

3

F,Sp

Recommended: CSIS 1030

CSIS 1400

Fundamentals of Programming

4

F,Sp

Recommended: CSIS 1030

CSIS 1350

CSIS 2900

Apps and Applets

Current Topics in CSIS

3

1-4

Sp

Sp

Recommended: CSIS 1030

MGT 1100

Small Business Management

3

F,Sp

FIN 1050

Personal Finance (ID)

3

F,Sp

MKTG 1030

Introduction to Marketing

3

F,Sp

ACCT 1110

Financial Accounting I

3

F,Sp

For elective credit, a student may choose any course in the CSIS Department, or any course from any department in the School of Business or the Visual Art and Design Department.


Sample Schedule

Fall Semester

Credits

Spring Semester

Credits

CSIS 1430

3

CSIS 2440

3

CSIS 1032

3

CSIS 2470

3

ELEC

4

 

 

Total

10

Total

6


Program Student Learning Outcomes

Related College-Wide Student Learning Outcomes

  • From a set of requirements; analyze, design, code, test and document programs to meet requirements.
  • Create and utilize database tables, forms, reports and queries.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of operating systems and its interaction with programs, data, hardware, and users.
  • Understand the mapping between software and hardware solutions.
  • Perform network management tasks.
  • Efficiently use common business software including word processing, spreadsheets, and presentations.

1 – Substantive Knowledge

  • Communication effectively electronically.

2 – Communicate Effectively

  • Use appropriate functions, filters and queries to perform data analyses and make informed decisions.
  • Write code that performs the necessary numerical calculations and operations to solve problems.

3 – Develop Quantitative Literacy

  • Extract relevant data from complex information, process it appropriately, and draw reasonable conclusions.
  • Analyze a set of requirements for software or network solutions.
  • Design a database that will organize complex data.

4 – Think Critically

  • Work cooperatively with fellow students through group work and course assignments.
  • Understand the importance of increasing effective participation in a business organization.

5 – Civic Engagement and/or Working Professionally

Department Contact Info

Computer Sciences and Information Systems Division

Taylorsville Redwood Campus
Business Building (BB) 109
801-957-5150

General Information
801-957-4073

CSIS Academic Advisor
Taylorsville Redwood Campus
Business Building (BB) 130A
801-957-4286

Program Faculty

Professors
Jimmy Chen
Gordon Frisbey
Susumu Kasai
Randy Koziatek
Lorna Wells
Bruce Worthen

Associate Professors
Paul Anstall
Robert Baird
Marilyn Hibbert
Philip Nielson

Assistant Professors
Zahra Atashi
Roderick Buhler
Edward Walsh

Instructors
Dan Pope
Margarethe Posch