Web Design and Programming Minor
College of Arts and Sciences
Department of Computer Science
272 Math and Science Building
College of Communication and Information
School of Visual Communication Design
231 Art Building
The Web Design and Programming minor is interdisciplinary and focuses on the web and the Internet, two technologies driving many innovations and other aspects of contemporary life. The web today is ubiquitous, in news and information, in government, in education, in business and commerce, in health and in entertainment. Many people depend on the web so completely that they cannot tolerate loss of access for even a brief period.
MATH 11010 Algebra for Calculus (3)
WEB DESIGN AND PROGRAMMING MINOR REQUIREMENTS (22 credits)
Course Title Credits
Choose one of the following groups: 9
CS 47105** Web Design and Programming I (3)
47106** Web Design and Programming II (3)
47107** Web Design and Programming III (3)
VCD 46000 Web Design and Programming I (3)
46001 Web Design and Programming II (3)
46053 Web Design and Programming Studio (3)
Choose from the following groups: 7
CS 10051 Introduction to Computer Science (4)***
10061 Introduction to Programming (3)
23021** CS I: Programming and Problem Solving (4)
23022 CS II: Data Structures and Abstraction (3)
Choose from the following: 6
VCD 13001 Introduction to Visual Communication Design II (3)
20003 Intermediate Computer Graphic Design and Illustration—Various Software Programs (3)
37000** Visual Design for Media/Advanced (3)
46003** Digital Topography (3)
*Or SAT 540 (ACT 23) or better and COMPASS Algebra score of 55 or above; or two years of high school algebra.
** Students in the College of Arts and Sciences must take these courses to fulfill the requirements for their major.
***Must receive a C (2.00) or better to enroll in CS 23021.
Minimum 2.25 GPA in the minor required for graduation.