The Web Development degree will prepare students in a wide range of career opportunities in business and industry including applications developer, IT consultant, information systems manager, systems analyst, systems developer, database administrator, network engineer, systems support and others. Web Development is an academic discipline that teaches graduates to, develop, modify and maintain general software applications or specialized software for use on computers, handheld and mobile devices based on analysis of user needs, design specifications, development, testing, deployment, management and maintenance.
The curriculum for this degree has been designed to allow students who complete the 60 credits of coursework to seek immediate employment in the field or to use the degree towards completion of the baccalaureate degree in Computer Information Systems.
Location(s): Madison Main Campus and Online
Plan of Study for Web Development 22-23