Web and Multimedia Design Certificate (WEBC)

Description

The Web and Multimedia Design Certificate assists individuals currently working in a business, marketing, or IT-related field who want to upgrade their skills in design and development of interactive content for websites and other multimedia products.

Program Code

WEBC.CT

Benefits

Employment Options

Graduates Are Prepared To

  • Contribute to web and multimedia design and development teams in corporations, small businesses, public agencies, and many other work settings
  • Plan, design, implement, test, and maintain effective interactive sites and animations
  • Use industry-standard languages including HTML, CSS, and JavaScript
  • Use industry-standard tools including Adobe Animate, Dreamweaver, Photoshop, and Illustrator

Representative Job Titles For Graduates

  • Interactive Multimedia Designer
  • Web Designer
  • Web/Multimedia Graphics Designer

Graduate Starting Salary Projections

$28,000 - $70,000 annual salary

Employment Outlook

Excellent. Employment of web designers/developers is projected to grow 20 percent through 2022, faster than the average for all professions. Demand will be driven by the growing popularity of mobile devices and ecommerce.

Education Options

Strong Transfer History

  • (for students with an associate's degree)
  • Northern Kentucky University
  • University of Cincinnati
  • Wilmington College

Curriculum

Effective 2017-2018 academic year

Web and Multimedia Design Certificate (WEBC)

 
Semester 1 Lec Lab Credits
MKT 115 Marketing Research for Multimedia Professionals 3 0 3
WEB 111 Web Development 1 2 3 3
MID 110 Digital Media Concepts 2 2 3
XXX XXX Technical Elective   2 2 3
Semester 2      
WEB 130 Web Programming: JavaScript 2 3 3
GRD 110 Beginning 2D Graphics 2 3 3
WEB 112 Web Development 2 2 3 3
WEB 220 Animated and Interactive Web Content 2 3 3
Total Credits:   17 19 24

Electives

Technical Elective  
Any AVP, GIT, GRD, MID, TC, WEB (not including courses that are certificate requirements)  

The letters G, B, and T (displayed after course titles or elective descriptions) identify types of courses required by the Ohio Department of Higher Education as part of an associate’s degree curriculum.
G = General Education course in this curriculum
B = Basic Skills course in this curriculum
T = Technical course in this curriculum

Contacts

Program Chair
David Hoctor, BA
(513) 569-4961