Webmasters generally manage all aspects of web operations. This career major prepares students for careers in designing, developing, marketing, and/or maintaining a website. Students gain fundamental and enhanced web authoring, design, and animation skills to become accomplished web designers. In addition, they develop and perform relational database queries using SQL concepts, build digital portfolios, and develop electronic marketing strategies to promote their work. Students in this major learn the technical skills required for WOW Apprentice Web Designer, Adobe Certified Expert, Adobe Certified Associate, Adobe Web Specialist, Oracle Database Administrator Certified Associate, and/or Certified Internet Webmaster industry certificate.
Direct-Teacher Led Class
SOC Code: 15-1134.00
Curriculum / Hours
|Fundamentals of Technology||120|
|Fundamentals of Web Design||120|
|Multimedia and Image Management Techniques||120|
|Design Tools and Electronic Marketing Strategies||120|
|Advanced Design Techniques||120|
|Web Scripting Foundations||120|
|Database Design and Programming||120|
|Career Major Capstone||120|
|Tuition - In District||$2,592|
|Tuition - Out of District||$2,880|
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