Minor in Web Development

The World Wide Web has revolutionized the processes of communication, presentation, social interaction, and commerce. Through the interdisciplinary Web Development minor students explore technical, artistic, and conceptual tools needed to create and maintain media for the Web. This minor provides an opportunity to integrate knowledge of Web programming concepts and skills with aspects of graphic design, use of the Web as a medium for communication and presentation, and/or its significance in a business context. CSC courses provide core knowledge of programming and the foundations of Web-related technology. Cross-disciplinary electives allow students to experience or specialize in its use as a medium and tool in various contexts.

This minor requires completion of 18 hours, as detailed below. Students should note that several of the interdisciplinary electives have prerequisites that are not part of the minor. Students intending to pursue this minor must consult with faculty in departments where electives are offered regarding the schedule of offerings, to ensure their ability to complete the minor on time.

9 or 10 hours of CSC courses

  • CSC 103 Creative Computing (3-0-3)
  • CSC 245 Web Technologies and Programming (2-2-3)
  • An additional 3 or 4 hours chosen from: CSC 120, 235, 345, 420, or 498

9 hours of additional electives chosen from:

  • Any CSC course at the 300-level or above
  • ART 327 Web Design (3-0-3)
  • ART 351 Digital Imaging (2-2-3)
  • BUS 316 Information Systems (3-0-3)
  • COM 305 Multimedia Production (2-2-3)
  • COM 329 Digital Storytelling (3-0-3)
  • ENG 300 Writing for Online Environments (3-0-3)