Program Curriculum

For updated curriculum, please contact the IT Programs office for the current brochure:
206.934.3150
scccitprograms@seattlecolleges.edu

PrerequisitesCr
Eligibility for ENGL&101 and MATH 098
ITC 102 ORINFORMATION SYSTEMS CONCEPTS 3
Intro to computers and information systems, including hardware, software, data organization, data communications, systems development and the evolving role of computers in society.
Pass Final Exam
MIC 101 ORINTRODUCTION TO MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 4
Intro to microcomputer applications for Windows. Includes an overview of Windows, the Microsoft Office System featuring Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Internet Browsers, email, along with emerging software application topics and concepts.
SAM Challenge
1'st QuarterCr
WEB 105 WORKING ON A WEB PROJECT 3
Overview of different web-related careers including web team job descriptions, functions, workflow, processes, and overall project management.
WEB 110 WEB AUTHORING I 4
Covers the mechanics of web page production starting with absolute basics. Covers document structure, text elements, list elements, links, tables and working with images and creating framesets. Focuses on creating HTML/XHTML files ?by hand? with emphasis on browser compatibility issues and HTML/XHTML validation.
WEB 112 TYPOGRAPHY 3
Intro to the elements of typography as applied to the Web.
WEB 114 ORPHOTOSHOP FOR THE WEB 3
Gain insight and skill with Adobe Photoshop. Covers the basic concepts of pixel-based image editing and making graphics for the web.
DES 114 MEDIA PUBLISHING I - DIGITAL ASSETS 3
2'nd QuarterCr
ITC 220 DATABASE DEVELOPMENT 5
Overview of database theory and systems. Work with relational databases, simple ADO, SQL and XML.
WEB 120 WEB AUTHORING II 4
Covers more advanced elements of web page development and production. Includes style sheets, designing and coding ?oof? forms, XHTML and an intro to XML. Code elements by hand and create content compatible with all major browsers.
WEB 150 INTRODUCTION TO JAVASCRIPT 4
Studies programming concepts and techniques affecting web page design. Examines theoretical concepts that make the world of JavaScript programming unique. Uses a hands-on approach when examining programming styles. Examines different coding, the advancement of programming and problem-solving strategies.
WEB 200 THEORY OF WEB DESIGN 4
Covers principles and practices of professional web site design, including site structure, page layout, navigation, color theory, typography and best coding practices.
3'rd QuarterCr
ITC 240 WEB APPLICATION PROGRAMMING 1 5
Covers the fundamentals of programming using a server side scripting language such as PHP. Learn basic programming skills such as Variables, Control Structures, and Arrays, how to elegantly incorporate their scripts into their websites and gather data from HTML forms.
WEB 130 WEB AUTHORING III 3
Covers basic to advanced features of Dreamweaver. Plan, build, upload and maintain a professional website using Adobe Dreamweaver.
WEB 170 CONTENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS 4
Learn and practice digital web application of 2-D animation to increase skills as a web designer.
WEB 202 USER CENTERED WEB DESIGN 4
Overview and detailed look at how the user experience dictates the design, functionality, features and content of a website, and how to successfully achieve the client?s business goals.
4'th QuarterCr
ITC 136 UNIX OPERATING SYSTEM 5
Intro to the Linux/Unix client operating system, including the fundamental Linux/Unix commands in both the command line interface and graphics user interface. Not a Server Administration class.
ITC 197 WORK EXPERIENCE COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 5
Earn work experience credit in the computer field.
WEB 160 WRITING FOR THE WEB 2
Covers techniques for writing successful copy for a website.
WEB 205 WEB CAREER STRATEGIES 2
Presents various tools and skills needed to transition into the web industry. Learn about web careers, presenting skills, finding appropriate positions and creating a portfolio.
WEB 210 ADVANCED WEB DESIGN 5
Design and produce an effective web site for a live client with advanced web design techniques while practicing a team workflow process.
Total Credits = 72

Total Credits = 91

Note:This curriculum is being developed and revised. Please check with Information Technology Programs, 206.934.3150, for current information.

Students must maintain a grade of 2.0 or higher in every class to remain in this program.

Students who intend to complete the Web Design AAS –T degree should meet with the Information Technology advisor to plan their courses beyond those listed above. AAS –T degree students must complete the following additional requirements: English 101, MAT 107, Mathematics a Practical Art; Humanities 105, Intercultural Communications; Science or Social Science elective (5 credits); ITC 285, Capstone Project; BUS 240, Internet Law.

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