Web Programming students acquire skills for entry level website designers and developers to create and publish industry standard compliant web content with strong hands-on knowledge of browser-side and server-side technology.
Many of CNM’s CIS courses are transferrable to four-year degree programs, and CNM currently has Transfer Agreements with many colleges and universities.
The employment prospects for the web industry are good. Almost every organization maintains a web presence. There is a constant need to update web content and develop new features.
The Web Programming AAS concentration prepares the student to: Develop web content; create and maintain websites; promote or market web sites. Job titles associated with this degree include: Web Architect; Web Content Manager; Web Content Editor; Web Designer; Web Programmer; Web Administrator; Web Promoter; Web Marketer.