WebLEAP WebMaster Course Sequence
To prepare for careers in web site development and web/database applications and e-commerce, WebLEAP Webmaster Track students take the following courses in the first and second semesters. The courses are subject to change and course conflicts.
Note - Making Accessible Web Sites, CMS, PDFs, and Videos - Updated Fall 2011! ( Federal Section 508 and W3C Guidelines)
This is a daytime Course - available Fall 2011 - November 9 and 10, 9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Semester 1 -
First Term - Introductory and Common Courses
- Programming Fundamentals
- Introduction to Web Design Principles
- Access Database Introduction
- Building Portfolio Projects
Web Track - First Semester
- HTML Basic
- Advanced HTML
- Photoshop Level I
- Photoshop Advanced and Web Applications
- Dreamweaver/Fireworks Level I
- Digital Communications Management and Social Media Marketing (10/5-6/2011 - daytime course).
- Flash Introduction
- Cascading Style Sheets
- Making Accessible Web Sites, CMS, PDFs, and Videos - Updated Fall 2011! ( Federal Section 508 and W3C Guidelines)
- Daytime Course - available Fall 2011 - November 9 and 10, 9:00-3:30 p.m.
- Designing Web and CMS Sites for Mobile Devices - New Fall 2011!
- Create or Convert Your Web Site to WordPress: Content Management System (CMS)
Web Track, Second Semester (Subject to Scheduling)
- Microsoft Certified Information Technology Professional (Windows Operating System 7 - Desktop)
- Promoting Your Business via the Web (Optimization, Usability, Advertising)
- PHP I - Spring Semester
- PHP/MySQL Level II (PHP plus designing MySQL databases using PHP). Spring Semester
- AJAX Level I Spring Semester
Social Networking for Business Series
- Digital Communications Management and Social Media Marketing (daytime course).
- Facebook: Create & Effectively Manage a Facebook Site
- LinkedIn: Create & Effectively Manage a LinkedIn Site
- Google Applications
or, ASP.NET Programming Track
- C++ I
- C++ II
- C# Foundation Skills
- C# Advanced Skills
- ASP.NET I
- ASP.NET II
- Shopping Cart with ASP.NET and C#
Second and third semester sequences depend on available course sequences and scheduling. See Continuing Education Course Objectives for a full list of courses.
Customized WebLEAP. "Customized" class options are available to TechLEAP/WebLEAP students who enroll in the full TechLEAP/WebLEAP program but may have taken one or more of the courses previously. For details on arranging an approved "Customized TechLEAP" program, see the Project Manager, Prof. Raymond J. Kimball.